6 Gate Clipart
Today we have a splendid collection of Gate Clipart! Gathered below are some fantastic examples of metal and wooden gates. I could spend hours browsing through illustrations of Handmade Wrought Iron Gates and Fences! If you are anything like me, you will just adore these fine drawings of stylish entryways. Along with the beautiful wrought iron specimens, we have some Wooden Gates in a French Toile and Chinoiserie style. All are nice Vintage Gate Clip Art pictures to use in your Garden Style Projects! They would be fun for your Collage or Card Making projects as well!
Vintage Ornate Gate Clipart
Pictured above is a fanciful Victorian specimen that comes from an 1890’s Wire Catalog. I love how ornate it is, with the scrolls coming together into heart shapes in the center! The one was made of iron, and at the time of the catalog printing the cost was $100 including the posts! WOW! That was a great deal of money for the times, but I would guess that today’s price might likely be in the thousands of dollars!
This is an amazing Public Domain Iron Gate Image! It was scanned from the Circa 1890′s Wireware and Hardware Catalog displaying a marvelous ornate iron gate with such an usual design to it! The round section in the center top of the gate looks like some type of hypnotic wheel, and the very center has lighting bolt appearance. I think it has a Harry Potter type of feel to it! On top of that it is flanked by two large stone walls. This entry was obviously made to last!
What an impressive entryway. Pictured above is another beautiful, intricately designed ornate Iron Beauty! I love all the fancy scroll work on this!! Just superb! It looks very grand flanked by two tall brick columns topped with large urns. One can only dream of what lies behind this one! Fun!
Wooden Gate Clip Art
Aren’t these lovely?! This one comes from a Circa 1859 French Garden Book. Shown above are two versions of a picturesque looking Wooden Log Fence Image. The fence has a wonderful arched gate in the center. This pattern just screams Toile and Chinoiserie to me. Intrigued by the mysterious Asian culture, Chinoiserie began in Europe in the 17th century. This is when Europe began trading with China and other East Asian countries. It is an ‘interpretation’ of Asian decorative art and designs. Wouldn’t you love to have something like this in your yard?!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection! You might also like the 150+ Images in our Garden Clip Art and Graphics Archives HERE or the over 90 Images in our Architecture Archives HERE!