8 Anne of Green Gables Illustrated Wall Art

Step into the enchanting world of Anne of Green Gables with our curated collection of 8 Anne of Green Gables Illustrated Wall Art prints. These captivating art prints beautifully capture the essence of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s beloved character as well as the picturesque landscapes of Prince Edward Island. Whether you’re a devoted Anne Shirley fan or a lover of literature-inspired decor, these unique gifts will transport you to a world of imagination, kindred spirits, and red-haired wonders.

Anne of Green Gables displayed illustrations, black and white, in a floating frame.

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These 8 charming black-and-white illustrations highlight Anne’s fiery spirit, her cherished friendships, as well as the idyllic charm of Prince Edward Island.

I have loved Anne of Green Gables ever since I was a child. I remember watching all 4 VHS tapes one after another. There was never any rush to get through the entire story, but instead, you were invested in the fate of Anne Shirley.

This is one of those literary masterpieces that leave you enthralled in the world that Lucy depicts, the character formations, and also the humor! Not unlike another favorite author Jane Austen. So, if you’re a fan of one you’re likely to be a fan of both.

Perfect Gifts for Anne of Green Gables Fans

Immerse yourself in the magical world of Anne and Gilbert Blythe as you adorn your walls with these exceptional illustrations. Perfect book lovers gifts, these Anne of Green Gables art prints make for extraordinary gifts that celebrate the beauty of literature as well as the enduring bond of bosom friends.

Anne of Green Gables displayed illustrations, black and white, in a floating frame.

If you’re an Anne of green gables fan this collection of 8 illustrations would be a perfect wall art print for a gallery wall in any room of your home.

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Anne of Green Gables

This printable is for personal use only. However, feel free to share this post with friends and family so they can have these amazing timeless illustrations, too! The download will come with all 8 charming illustrations. Print out on regular 8 1/2″ x 11 ” paper.

Other Fun Ways to Use These Free Printable Anne of Green Gables Illustrations

Though they make beautiful timeless wall art there are definitely other ways to use these free printables.

Anne of Green Gables displayed illustrations, black and white, in a floating frame. And hanging on a string.

Not Just for Wall Art

  1. Framed illustrations make a perfect gift for a bosom friend.
  2. Print them on Watercolor Paper and add a bit of color as a fun art project.
  3. Make a beautiful gallery wall and showcase your love of the girl with red hair.
  4. Print them as 5x7s and string them up as a part of an Anne of Green Gables party-themed garland!

Short Bio of L. M. Montgomery: Canadian Author

Lucy Maud Montgomery

Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942) was a Canadian author renowned for her captivating stories, with her most famous work the beloved series “Anne of Green Gables.”

  1. Anne of Green Gables (1908)
  2. Anne of Avonlea (1909)
  3. Anne of the Island (1915)
  4. Anne of Windy Poplars (1936)
  5. Anne’s House of Dreams (1917)
  6. Anne of Ingleside (1939)
  7. Rainbow Valley (1919)
  8. Rilla of Ingleside (1921)

Born in Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Montgomery’s early years were marked by solitude and a love for literature. Despite facing personal challenges, she found solace in writing and immersed herself in a world of imagination.

Montgomery’s breakthrough came in 1908 with the publication of “Anne of Green Gables”. A novel that introduced readers to the endearing and spirited character of Anne Shirley. Because of the book’s immense success, Montgomery was propelled into literary stardom.

However, she went on to write several sequels, including “Anne of Avonlea,” “Anne of the Island,” and “Anne’s House of Dreams,” among others. Montgomery’s engaging storytelling as well as vivid descriptions of Prince Edward Island’s landscapes captured the hearts of readers worldwide.

Anne of Green Gables displayed illustrations, black and white, in a floating frame.
Anne of Green Gables displayed illustrations, black and white, in a floating frame.

Beyond the Anne series, Montgomery wrote numerous novels, short stories, as well as poetry collections that showcased her versatile writing talent. Her works often explored themes of love, nature, and the trials and triumphs of youth. Montgomery infused her writing with her own experiences and emotions. Ultimately this allowed readers to connect with her characters on a deeply personal level.

Throughout her career, Montgomery’s contributions to literature were widely recognized and celebrated. Therefore she remains an iconic figure in Canadian literary history, and her books continue to enchant generations of readers. Montgomery’s enduring legacy is a testament to her ability to capture the essence of human emotions as well as the timeless beauty of storytelling.

A Brief Synopsis of Anne of Green Gables

“Anne of Green Gables” is a heartwarming coming-of-age novel written by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Set in the late 19th century, the story follows Anne Shirley, an imaginative and spirited young orphan. She is mistakenly sent to live with Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, elderly siblings who had intended to adopt a boy to help them on their farm.

Anne of Green Gables black and white illustration with Matthew Cuthbert bringing Anne home with Marilla there.

Anne’s arrival in the charming town of Avonlea on Prince Edward Island brings a wave of excitement and a fresh perspective to the Cuthberts’ lives. Despite facing initial skepticism from Marilla, Anne’s infectious enthusiasm, vivid imagination, and relentless spirit gradually win over the hearts of everyone around her.

As Anne navigates her new life, she encounters various adventures, befriends kindred spirits like Diana Barry, and develops a complex yet endearing relationship with Gilbert Blythe, a fellow student.

Anne of Green Gables black and white illustration with Diana and Anne Shirley dressed up.
Anne of Green Gables black and white illustration with Anne holding onto a bridge pier while Gilbert saves her from drowning.

From her misadventures at school to her dreams of becoming a writer, Anne’s journey is a tale of self-discovery, resilience, and the transformative power of love and friendship.

Anne of Green Gables black and white illustration with Anne walking the ridge of the roof.

Throughout the novel, Montgomery beautifully portrays the enchanting landscapes of Prince Edward Island, immersing readers in the idyllic setting that becomes an integral part of Anne’s story.

With its blend of humor, poignant moments, and timeless themes, “Anne of Green Gables” has captured the hearts of readers worldwide, making Anne Shirley an iconic and beloved literary character.

In Conclusion

These unique and enchanting pieces beautifully capture the spirit of Anne Shirley. Both her unforgettable adventures on Prince Edward Island and the enduring bond of kindred spirits.

Celebrate the magic of literature and gift yourself or a fellow Anne of Green Gables fan with these extraordinary creations that bring joy, inspiration, and a touch of red-haired wonder to any space.

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  1. I was a huge Anne fan growing up, too. I never forgot the way that the handsome, young Gilbert treated Anne (the awkward girl). I learned to love and be myself and Mr. Wonderful would one day find me. And I did and he did! Married for 18 years and counting. I love the wall decor!

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