32 Tree Clipart – Tree Images Free
Today I’m offering a marvelously useful collection of Free Tree Clipart Images! These are all vintage Clip Art Illustrations, that were scanned from Antique Books or Prints in my collection. These are a bit different from other Clipart pictures that you might find around online, as they are quite old and so therefore the printing is somewhat distressed, giving them a great vintage, or Retro, style look. These Tree Cliparts are perfect to use in Web Design, Crafts, School Reports, as Teacher Clip Art to use in Classrooms or Sunday Schools, for Power Points Presentations and they would make great Photoshop Brushes too, for all sorts of Graphics Design Projects. I hope you can find some uses for these Tree Images in your projects. I’m offering each images of the Trees in a couple of different colors, like Black and White and also Green of course. And there are a number of different designs as well, including Silhouette Trees, Spooky versions, Realistic and Stylized versions. These additional options lend themselves well to Holiday Designs, Birthdays, Scrapbooking, Nature themed projects and more. Just click on the Images to enlarge and then click with the button on the right side of your mouse to save the images, to your computer.
Full Color Tree Clip Art
These beautiful Full Color Tree Clipart images were scanned from an old print that came from an 1875 Encyclopedia. I believe the book was published in Germany. Some of the species I could pick out, other’s I’m not so sure about. Above you can see a classic Shade Tree next to a brook, and Oak, a Pine and a lovely Weeping Willow.
In this next set, the 3 on right side were scanned from that same book, as the row above. One of them may be a Fir tree and one may be a Maple. The one on the far left is from an 1870 French Print and is a Yellow Quinine.
Trees Clipart -Silhouettes
Our first set of Trees, include a stately looking Elm Tree, a nice bushy Fir Tree, a classic Maple Tree and strong looking Oak. These are all silhouette images that were scanned from a 1920’s Children’s magazine. I think the Fir would work very nicely in Christmas projects. The Maple or Oak would be lovely to use in Spring or Fall Designs.
Here in our next set of Tree images, we have 4 more Varieties. Including a lovely wispy Willow Tree, a beautiful Sycamore, and what I think is a charming Birch tree on the end, judging by the bark. The book did not list the species of the Birch image (that was my guess) or the mystery tree in the center. Perhaps you know what type of tree number 2, in the row is? Any of these would look great in Nature themed projects or designs.
Green Tree Images
Now, I’ve gone ahead and taken those same Tree images from the top of the page, and have created some green versions for you. Hopefully these will additional options will be useful to you, and give you some versatility for your projects.
And I’ve given you more green options here with the second set as well.
Spooky Clipart Trees
Next we have this marvelous collection of 4 Spooky looking Trees! These are Winter Tree Images with bare branches, in fact there isn’t a single leaf left on these guys. They would be great to use in a bleak Winter scene or in front of a Haunted House for a Halloween Design or project. You could even use them for a Family Tree project and write the names of your family members next to the branches.
Stylized Clip Art Trees
This next set of trees are much more stylized. Both appear to be Fruit Trees of some kind and they are more decorative rather than realistic looking. The image on the left would be great to use as brackets, or a sort of frame, for invitations, Scrapbooking, Cards etc. I think both would make a great Photoshop Brush. They would be fun to color in, with colored pencils or markers!
These next to images are so cute and funky looking! The one on the left is some sort of shade tree and the one on the right is a Christmas tree or Pine. They have a modern contemporary look. Although both this pair and the pair above were scanned from an Antique printers book.
I hope you enjoyed this Clip Art collection, there are currently about 30 Tree Images here to play with and I will be sure to add more as I find others in the future. Hopefully you can find ways to use these in your projects, presentations, printables or reports. If you use Adobe Photoshop, or a similar image editing program, you can change the color of these, or alter them however you like to fit in with your designs. Let me know if you would like to see more of these types of collections in the future, I’m always curious about what you guys find useful, so feel free to leave a comment below and let me know.