24 Fish Clipart!
Today we have an impressive collection of Fish Clipart Images! These wonderful Antique Illustrations are mainly Natural History artwork with amazing detail and colors. All of the different types of Fish pictures below are beautiful some are done in full color and there are black and white Fish Images as well. I’m no expert, but I believe we have a combination of both Fresh Water and Ocean Water species. These free images are all nice Fish pictures to use in your nautical themed Craft Projects and would be perfect in a collage or a card for the fisherman in your life. I can see a set of framed prints on a wall in a Lake House or Beach House! Great to use as classroom clipart too.
Wide Bodied Fish Clip Art
I’m not sure what type this guy is. He is a lovely orange color, and he has stripes on his body, in addition to a dot near his tail that resembles an eye. He may be related to the next one below. They would coordinate together nicely I think!
Here we have a Beautiful Public Domain Fish Graphic! Pictured above is a brown Fish with White Stripes. Such lovely detail on this free download too!
Narrow Bodied Fish Clip Art
Pictured above is an Old Blue and Gold Mackerel Fish Picture! In this image, dark royal blue fades into yellow with black wavy stripes on the top section of the fish. The belly has sky blue scales and the fins are a warm tan.
Shown above is a Free Fish Clipart Image. The illustration is of a beautiful looking Tan colored Fish with Yellow Eyes! I just love the intricate detail seen here! This one was scanned from an 1880’s German Natural History Book.
Featured above is an elegant Natural History Fish Drawing! This is an illustration of a beautiful looking Green Fish! The detail of the scales on this one is so nice.
Fresh Water Fish Clipart
Here we have an illustration of a Wonderful Vintage Golden Fish graphic with Yellow Eyes! According to the book this is a Cyprinus Orfus. I really appreciate the bright colors!
I love this Vintage Colorful Speckled Trout Fish Drawing! The image is a drawing of a slender, fast swimming trout with bands of multi-colored speckles across the top of its body and a pink belly. His yellow face with wide eyes, and open mouth showing sharp, pointed teeth looks fierce.
This is the newest addition to this collection. Here we have a lovely Koi I believe. Such beautiful colors!
Vintage Black & White Fish Images
This handsome fellow is a Herring. His upper fin reminds me of that of a shark. His scales are uniform is shape and coloration. They actually have silvery iridescent sides. It is a Vintage Fish Engraving from an early Natural History book.
Above we have a fish called a Pilchard. I had never heard of this fish. It seems that it is a sardine and part of the herring family. These are rather small fish, so it is amazing the detail that was captured by the artist. It is also a Vintage Fish Engraving from the early Natural History book.
Above are two Early Fish Graphics from an 1880’s Science book. The one at the top is a Mud Sunfish and the bottom one is a Mud Minnow. They are freshwater fish. The Mud Sunfish has a ray-fin and his tail resembles a flower. The Mud Minnow has a large rounded top and bottom fin with spotted markings. I guess both of these fellows live in muddy waters!
Antique Fish Skeleton Printable
Black and White Fish Clipart
Here we have a Fish graphic from an Early Natural History book! This is a wonderfully detailed black and white engraving of a fellow with an oval shape. I am not sure what kind of fish this is, but resembles a Bream. He has beautiful vertical stripes and seems to have an over bite.
Above is a Fish engraving from the Early Natural History book! This guy is large, and has an almost round body shape with several pointed fins on top, which look like sharks teeth to me. He has lovely striped markings and lots of fins. Perhaps he is a Sunfish of some sort. I bet he is a fast swimmer.
Above is a magnificent Fish illustration. The black and white engraving looks like an Angelfish to me. It has a tall, triangular shape with quite large dark fins and a lighter body. I love the marking on the fins.
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection! You might also like our Best Free Ocean Images HERE!