14 Canary Images
Today we have a beautiful collection of Canary Bird Images – Free Clipart for your Crafts. This curated set of vintage yellow Canary images is charming and captivating. Included are a sweet antique print, birds in cages, and vintage postcards. Also included are four lovely pieces of Victorian scrap ephemera. The vintage yellow canary pictures are perfect for a Mixed Media Collage or craft projects. Enjoy these antique graphics and have fun creating with them.
Natural History Canary Images
This is a super sweet yellow Canary from an old Children’s Encyclopedia. Make sure you click to enlarge him to see all of the amazing detail on this gorgeous illustration. Our bright yellow fellow is perched on a little branch. I just love how cheerful this image is!
Here we have a very bright yellow Canary Image. This fabulous yellow fellow has a black tail and black tipped wings. He’s quite a striking looking bird!
Canary Images in Cages
For those of you who love vintage bird images, this one has it all! I love that it is a colorful vintage image! This one shows two charming yellow Canaries in a Cage. There’s even a nest with four tiny Eggs in it! You could even write something on the little white feeder that kind of looks like a label!
This image is very similar to the one above! I don’t think I realized that when I bought them. The one above is a diecut and this one is on a card. Maybe you will have different uses for them both.
Next we see a beautiful print titled “Evening Song.“ I think the little girl is just precious and the yellow canary in the cage couldn’t be more charming! This piece is dated 1880. This is a beautiful antique print that I have had for nearly 20 years. I purchased this in Pennsylvania from a dear elderly lady named Millie. Millie was a retired school teacher/antique dealer when I met her. She lived on a farm and had several barns crammed full of boxes of antiques and vintage goodness. She had purchased most at auction during the three decades that she had been in the antique business. (Picture an episode of “Hoarders,” only with lots of good old stuff!) I used to spend nearly all of my weekends rooting through her barns looking for treasures to buy from her. I was one of a very few people who she allowed to do this. She taught me so much about the antique business. I will always remember those days fondly. So I offer this one in Millie’s memory.
Bird Bath Picture
This is the newest addition to this collection. These sweet yellow feathered friends are gathered around a decorative bird bath. A couple seem to be bathing, or drinking, and the other two look like they are just having a chat. So cute!
Canary Images Postcards
Above we have two darling yellow Canaries on a fluffy white nest! A pink ribbon reads, “I love thee.” I just love the lacey frame on this card too. I am completely charmed by this one!
This is a charming vintage graphic showing two lovely Yellow Canary Birds in a Cage! This card has a beautiful blue background. I really like the combination of the yellow and blue together. Such a cheerful little card!
I was lucky enough to snap this card up! This cute bird is shown in his cage with his little metal feeding dish. If you look closely you can see the writing at the top saying that this card was for “Annie” and it was” from her friends and teacher…” So dear! I’ve included a second version without the writing in case you prefer it that way for your art.
Shown here are two lovely Yellow Canary Birds on a sweet Antique Card! One of them is sitting in a little make shift nest. So cute!
Victorian Canary Pictures
This is another one of those sweet antique scrap bird cages! This one is a pretty Canary cage, with 3 bright yellow Canaries inside.
And here is a pretty little Dome top Bird Cage with 2 bright Yellow Canaries. A sweet little Canary Picture!
Trade Card Images
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is an Antique Cigarette card featuring our lovely Yellow friend. If you look off to the side, you can see a disturbing scene of a Cat trying to get into the cage. Yikes!