The teleportation of entangled optical images is for the first time considered. The scheme offered is based on process of four-partite state generation in coupled parametric interactions realizing in an aperiodic nonlinear photonic crystal. The coupled nonlinear optical process consists of one parametric down-conversion process which is followed by two up-conversion ones. We study nonclassical properties of the generated fields by analyzing the EPR correlations for different pairs of modes and carry out the comparison of the EPR correlations of the input and images output images and also calculate fidelity of the teleportation exploiting the covariance matrices of the images. We take into account the difference of spatial frequency bandwidths of the entangled images and fields generated in the coupled process. It has been established that under certain parameters of the scheme one can be obtain rather high fidelity of the teleportation and good preservation of the quantum correlations of the input images for all details of the images.© (2010) COPYRIGHT SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering. Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.