Here are a lot of Victorian Silhouette clipart of all kind, all free for you to use.
Many of these silhouettes are of full figure people, dressed in Victorian clothing and clearly with the hairstyle of the Victorian Era.
Men with top hats and sticks, children playing with
hobbyhorses and whips, with dolls or offering flowers to their
Also there are loads of clipart of face silhouette and profile silhouette, one even clearly showing a man not wearing a wig - with the face profile covered with little hair drawings.
These black silhouettes of women and their chores in the daily life in the Victorian Era are so beautiful!
The first one with the daughter bringing her mother flowers in a basket.
|Silhouette of a mother receiving flowers from her daughter|
Here is a silhouette of woman playing the harp, while her
daughter is singing.
Most women at least in the upper classes learned to play at least one instrument and to sing.
|Woman playing the harp, young girl singing|
A silhouette of a woman writing with a pen of goose feather, with a bouquet of flowers on the table.
If you have ever seen the room where Jane Austen wrote most of her novels, you will agree that it could as well have been that table and that place, because it is so typical for that period.
|Victorian black silhouette of woman writing at her desk|
A cook with her pot and her spoon, and next a very fine lady silhouette.
|Silhouette of woman with a pot and a spoon||Victorian lady silhouette|
A silhouette profile of a woman with a paper.
And one with a a young Victorian woman with flowers, sitting on a chair.
|Victorian woman silhouette with paper||Beautiful silhouette with woman and flowers|
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Now it's time for the silhouette man clipart.
First a man sitting in a chair with a book and glasses.
|Victorian man with glasses and a book, sitting in a chair|
Again a man in a chair, reading. The white, high collar is typical for the Victorian Era.
|Silhouette of a man in a chair, reading|
Two Victorian gentlemen.
A rather stout silhouette profile of a man, and a silhouette of men meeting and talking.
|Profile of Victorian man||Two Victorian men talking together|
A profile silhouette of an old man with white hair and a stick.
Next a silhouette of - well, a man :-)
Two silhouettes of men, elderly.
A gentleman profile silhouette, and a silhouette of a teacher.
|Victorian gentleman silhouette||Silhouette of Victorian teacher|
|Face silhouette of woman PNG||Victorian silhouette older woman PNG|
|Silhouette profile Victorian woman PNG||Silhouette portrait older woman PNG|
|Profile silhouettes of women PNG||Profile silhouette woman PNG|
|Victorian face silhouette PNG||Silhouette elderly woman Victorian Era|
|Profile silhouette Victorian woman||Silhouette profile of young woman|
Below I have placed a couple of silhouette profiles in simple frames, but you can also take a look at the pages here with Victorian frames and find either frames or ornaments to combine with the profiles here.
If you have a drawing program like Photoshop or the free Gimp
it will be very easy to combine corners, borders and
silhouettes of different kinds, and maybe you can even do it
Most of the silhouettes here on this page are saved in PNG, which means they come with a transparent background and they can easily be places on any kind of background.
The other silhouette here are placed in a frame made out of Victorian corners from the page with Victorian ornaments.
|Victorian gentleman profile||Portrait silhouette elderly man|
|19th Century profile gentleman||Silhouette profile|
|Silhouette with hair||Victorian man silhouette|
|Silhouette portrait of man||Silhouette profile of young man|
|Face silhouette man||Face silhouette 19th Century|
|Man silhouette with hair whip||Gentleman silhouette|
Silhouette of two little girls playing with their dolls.
Silhouette of three little girls collecting flowers.
|Three little girl making a flower bouquet|
A silhouette drawing of a girl with a flower, and one with a boy playing with a hobbyhorse and a whip.
|Victorian era silhouette of girl||Boy playing with his hobbyhorse and whip|
A Victorian boy with his hoop, and a little girl with a parasol.
|Boy with his hoop||Girl with parasol|
Two very sporty young boys from the 19th century playing some
kind of tennis.
|Victorian gentleman on a horse|
A silhouette of three people.
It could be a silhouette of a mother and a daughter entertaining a male friend, or maybe a suitor?
|Victorian Ornaments: Beautiful swirled ornaments to use for decorations, making cards and together with Victorian silhouettes.||Victorian Clipart: Clip art of old vehicles, ships, clip art of Victorian animals, men, women. Old drawings of hands, eyes etc.|
|Antique Clipart: The main page for all the pages here with old clip art, from Victorian to old Greek and Medieval clip art.||Victorian Frames and Borders: Borders and frames for invitations, templates for cards etc.|
|Victorian Coloring Pages: Coloring pages with flowers and children playing with their old fashioned toys.||Victorian Ladies' Dress Hats: Take a look at these charming old hats with feathers and flowers.|
|Silhouette Clipart: Main page with an overview of all the great pages here with different kinds of silhouettes.|
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