10 Crow Clipart
Today we have a beautiful collection of Crow Clipart Images! Featured in this set are some gorgeous very detailed Antique illustrations, many of them were scanned from Natural History books. These high resolution pictures would work very well in your DIY Halloween Decor projects or Crafts.
Full Color Crow Pictures
This Vintage Crow image is stunning. This one was scanned from an Antique Print that had both Crows and Ravens on it. They weren’t marked, so I’m not exactly sure which one this guy is! Either way he is a lovely Hand Colored Engraved Illustration.Here is another nice one!! This beauty is from an Antique Children’s Encyclopedia. I thought it was a Crow but have been told he is a Grackle or a Blackbird.This is a fabulous Halloween Crow Picture or perhaps a Raven! Anyhow, I think he’s very nicely done regardless! He has jet black Feathers and a brown eye. Most likely hand colored, this is an engraved image with lovely detail, and the print dates to 1859.
Above is a marvelous Vintage Bird Illustration! This guy was also scanned from the Circa 1859 Antique Bird Print from my collection. I love how he has one foot curled up and tucked under his belly! He also has an interesting looking blue stripe on his back.
Featured above is a wonderful Natural History Image of a large black Crow. Be sure and enlarge him to see all the lovely detail on this Engraving! This one was scanned from a Circa 1878 German Encyclopedia Bird Book for Children.
Here is the latest addition to this collection. This guys is pure black, you can barely see his wings, but they are there. He has a cute bright yellow eye that is really set off by his jet feathers.
Crow Clipart Head
Here we have a Vintage Halloween Crow Head Graphic!! Shown above is a wonderful Antique Natural History Image of a Crow’s Head. Such a pretty light brown colored eye!
Gray and Black Crow Images
Here is another Old Blackbird Image! This one is a little different with his black and gray combination coloring, plus there’s also a bit of blue along his wing and tail. He has the incredible details that the other ones have, making this a lovely hand colored Engraving.
Featured above is a wonderful Halloween Crow Image! Shown is a Natural History Engraving of what I believe is a Hooded Crow. Scanned from the Circa 1878 German Encyclopedia Bird Book for Children, this is another splendid illustration.
Creepy Crow Clipart Foot
Isn’t this a Creepy Halloween Crow’s Foot Image?! Shown above is a wonderful Antique Natural History Black and White Image of a Bird Foot. I love the detail, and those claws sure look sharp!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Crow Clipart! You might also like our Best Bird Images HERE or our Halloween Clip Art HERE!
I don’t know why I can’t leave a comment or comments on some of the graphics – there is nothing that comes up at the end for me to thank you for the graphics. I found this area so I am going to thank you for the fabulous collection of the Bohemian ladies – I had some but added more to my folder. I think I have figured out that the Bohemian ladies are my favourite collection. Some of them looked pretty haunting in their own way but Wow!!! I loved them all! It seems that whatever they put together to wear is just spot-on beautiful! I really admire that they could do that and still look gorgeous! Thanks so much for bringing these to us again. I hope that you find more!
Have a great day and thanks again for all that you share with us!
Karen Watson says
Thank you Irene! I love those ladies too. I’m hoping to add more to that set soon, I always love finding those cards and adding them to my collection. Have a great week! 😊
Looks like you have more black birds than crow or raven but still very lovely images.
Thank you Liz 🙂
Angela Hoynes says
Thank you, I can’t download the one with his leg tucked though.
Thanks for letting us know Angela, we are fixing it as we speak so if you give it another try it should be fine.
Angela Hoynes says
This one is the Raven. Thanks for all the wonderful images!
Just gorgeous! What a find. Thanks for sharing!
Natalie Doyle-Hennin says
Love that little bit of fuzz at the top of his beak and along his chin! He’s a looker!
Thanks for all of these gorgeous images, Karen.
Pat C. says
Yet another beauty, Karen! I’m sure he will be proud to perch alongside his buddies! Thank you.: ) xoxo