8 Harp Clipart
Today we have a wonderfully festive collection of Harp Clipart for St. Patrick’s Day and other occasions! I think there is something really special about shamrocks and that Irish green color, even if you aren’t Irish. Those of us of Irish heritage are surely proud of it and we may even celebrate St. Patrick’s day with some mugs of green beer. This splendid collection includes sweet and poignant messages on postcards about people missing either their Irish childhood or their native country of Ireland. Written on one card is an plea for a lost love that stirs the emotions. All of the graphics have shamrocks of course, with one displaying loads of them! All of the Irish images seen below are nice for your St. Patrick’s craft, collage, or scrapbooking projects!
Here are the latest additions to this collection. These beautiful Harp images were scanned from an early printers book. The original is the black and white version, it has lovely clovers twisted around it! I’ve also created a green version to give you additional options for your projects.
This is a lovely Vintage Harp Clipart Lady Silhouette! This lovely Silhouette shows a young woman playing the Harp. It’s not really a St Pat’s image, this one could be used for any occasion. This was scanned from a recent addition to my collection, a rare Circa 1941/1942 Printer’s Catalog.
Harp Clipart St Patrick’s Day
Featured on this postcard is a woman all dressed in green. She is playing a large polished black Harp. The greeting says “God Save Old Ireland”.
Shown above is a lovely gold Harp that is decorated with an Angel with large wings. And 4 cheery looking Shamrocks in the corners!
Here we have an especially pretty vintage St Patrick’s Day postcard. This one shows a beautiful Golden Harp and lots of tiny Shamrocks! A banner wrapped around the harp reads, “Come Back to Erin.” Another one reads, “From Erin’s Golden Harp resounds the silvery strain, Come back to Erin and my heart’s once home again.” Such a heartfelt plea to be home in Ireland once again.
Pictured above is a fun little something for you for Saint Patrick’s Day! Look at all those shamrocks! This piece features Ireland’s symbols, including the beautiful large gold harp in the center. So many different interesting things to see in this picture! There is a combination of buildings and monuments. A woman is proudly holding an Irish flag of some sort next to a dog sitting behind her. An Irish Wolfhound perhaps? A pretty river flows in the background as well. This one is not from my personal collection, but from an archives and it is in the public domain.
This is a cute vintage St. Patrick’s Day postcard that has a nicely illustrated harp and shamrocks on a lovely green background. It reads, “Tune up the harp and play a tune One with an Irish strain That memories recall My childhood days again.” One of the shamrocks is a creamy off white color and has “Dear Irish Memories” written on the petals. P Are they actually petals? Perhaps the person who wrote these sweet words moved to America or some other country and deeply misses their native Ireland. Or I suppose they might just miss their Irish childhood.
Above is a lovely vintage St. Patrick’s Day postcard displaying a pretty lady playing an ornate silver harp. I love the carved figure at the front of the harp. Three cream colored shamrock leaves say “Dear Irish Memories” and a banner reads, “A bit o’Blarney and lakes o’Killarney will stir each Irish heart. For they bring memories that no earthly power can part.” Love it!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Harp Clipart for St Patrick’s Day and more! You might also like the 50+ Images in our St. Patrick’s Day Archives HERE!