It can be hard to find high-resolution images of St. Thérèse of Lisieux. For those looking for them, here are the highest resolution images of the Little Flower that also happen to be in the public domain. Feel free to use them however you see fit!
St. Thérèse of Lisieux at 15 years old. (4096 pixels by 2896 pixels). St. Thérèse of Lisieux at 8 years old in 1881. (3180 pixels by 4090 pixels). (4096 pixels by 2742 pixels). (3674 pixels by 4094 pixels). (3384 pixels by 4086 pixels). (4096 pixels by 3075 pixels). (2532 pixels by 4096 pixels). (3214 pixels by 4096 pixels). (1522 pixels by 1108 pixels). (1200 pixels by 1600 pixels). (2959 pixels by 4096 pixels). (2793 pixels by 4093 pixels). (2935 pixels by 4090 pixels). Taken by her sister Céline on the 30 th of August, 1897, exactly 1 month before Thérèse’s death. Thérèse is lying down near the infirmary, found to the right, behind the pillars. This is the last-known photo of Thérèse before her death. (4096 pixels by 2878 pixels). The first-known photograph of Thérèse, taken by an unknown photographer in Alençon during the first two weeks of July 1876. Writing on July 16 th, 1876 about this photo, Thérèse’s mother, Zélie, says: “The poor little one was afraid of the photographer. She who is always smiling made a long lip like when tears were ready to fall; we had to reassure her.” (3308 pixels by 4092 pixels). A high-resolution zoomed-in version of the photograph of Thérèse taken in July 1876. (2684 pixels by 4092 pixels). Therese at 8 years old being photographed in 1881 by Lisieux-resident, Madame Besnier. As is customary of the time, Therese is holding one of her toys—a jump rope.