7 Antique Baroque Frame Clipart
Today we have a fabulous collection of Antique Baroque Frame Clipart! Below you will find early Frame Label Engravings from a rare Circa 1876 Ornamental Design book. This book has the most phenomenal ornamental images that I have ever seen, and I am super excited to be able to share them with you guys!! There are some lovely Fancy Rectangular Scroll Ornament drawings and a few Splendid Round and Square examples as well. The intricate detail is amazing. I thought these would be great to use in so many Digital, Graphic, or Web Design projects. They are good for buttons, labels, or logos. All of these Antique Baroque Frame illustrations are perfect for your Wedding Stationery.
Antique Baroque Frame Clipart
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is a another lovely Circa 1876 frame. This one has an almost diamond shaped space in the center of it. And lots of scrolly edges. Quite a striking image!
Featured above is the first in a set of Splendid Ornament Frame Graphics! The detail is really nice on this early Engraving. The drawing is an unusual Circular ornamental frame! I love the wide scrollwork on this one. It has a weight, and feels like a substantial piece with the beautiful line work shading.
The above Ornament Frame Graphic is so eye catching! I am drawn to the square body with the circular center opening. The scrolls on each side roll inward and over the edge of the frame. Most attractive are the same scrolls, smaller this time, that wrap outward from the inside circle frame. Just stunning!
Vintage Baroque Frame Clip Art
This is an elegant Victorian Frame Clip Art Image! The marvelous Engraved Graphic Frame Image above has loads of delicate looking lacy scrollwork. It has the look and feel of a meandering vine. The center is open just waiting for your greeting.
I hope you enjoyed this curated collection of Baroque Frames! You might also like the 150+ Images in our Frame Clipart Archives HERE or the over 85 Images in our Wedding Archives HERE!
Yvette Denise Shynkaruk says
Hi Can you tell me what type of paper i should use for the beautiful downloads
Karen Watson says
Hi Yvette, we have some great tips for that here https://thegraphicsfairy.com/tips-get-great-quality-print-images/ I hope that helps!
Marylou Crawford says
I look forward to the beautiful images you make available to us, and the interesting background information you share on where their origins are found. But I confess that I am unable to put these images into a printable usable format. I seem to be missing a link to print . I confess additionally that I am technically challenged and working from a tablet,but have been able to print other images in different formats. What is this non-techy missing? Gratefully yours
Hi Marylou, the images need to be downloaded to your device to be able to print 🙂 I’m not sure what type of tablet you are using but you can Google how to download images to a tablet and it will walk you through it. Here is a link to one I pulled up for an Android tablet, https://www.google.com/search?q=how+do+you+download+an+image+to+a+tablet&oq=how+do+you+download+an+image+to+a+tablet&aqs=chrome..69i57j33i22i29i30l6.12166j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
I hope it helps 🙂