The Fruit ClipArt gallery offers 369 illustrations of sweet-tasting plant products, following the culinary (rather than botanical) definition of the word fruit. Examples include: apples, berries, cherries, currants, dates, figs, grapes, guavas, lemons, mangos, melons, oranges, papaws, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums, pomegranates, quinces, and strawberries.

All illustrations in the ClipArt ETC collection are line drawings. If you are looking for color photographs of fruit, please visit the ClipPix ETC website.

A type of fruit.

Achene

A type of fruit.

Acid lime is the common name of citrus aurantifolia. The lime is found in most tropical areas including India, Mexico, and the warmer parts of Florida.

Acid Lime

Acid lime is the common name of citrus aurantifolia. The lime is found in most tropical areas including…

<i>Aegle marvelous</i> is the bael fruit of India. The fruit is round and greenish yellow. The hard shell is filled with pale orange, aromatic pulp.

Aegle Marmelos

Aegle marvelous is the bael fruit of India. The fruit is round and greenish yellow. The hard shell is…

"&hellip;a fleshy fruit containing several large jet-black seeds partly embedded in a white spongy aril.."-Whitney, 1902

Akee fruit

"…a fleshy fruit containing several large jet-black seeds partly embedded in a white spongy aril.."-Whitney,…

The common names of <I>Annona diversifolia</i> are ilama and ilamatzapotl. The pulp of the fruit is cream colored or rose tinted and edible.

Annona Diversifolia

The common names of Annona diversifolia are ilama and ilamatzapotl. The pulp of the fruit is cream colored…

The common names of <I>Annona muricata</i> are soursop, guanabana, corosol, coracao de rainha, graviola, suirsaak, and zuursaak. The tree is a small evergreen and is the size of a peach tree. The fruit is very large and fleshy, sometimes weighing up to five pounds. The fruit is oval or heart shaped. The pulp is white and juicy with a slight mango like flavor.

Annona Muricata

The common names of Annona muricata are soursop, guanabana, corosol, coracao de rainha, graviola, suirsaak,…

<I>Annona purpurea</I> has several common names including cabeza de negro, soncoya, sencuya, and toreta. The pulp is fleshy, fibrous, and fragrant. The flavor resembles mango.

Annona Purpurea

Annona purpurea has several common names including cabeza de negro, soncoya, sencuya, and toreta. The…

Some of the common names of <I>Annona reticulata</i> are common custard apple, bullock's heart, corazon, and corossol. The fruit is smooth and three to five inches in diameter. The pulp is sweetish but usually granular.

Annona Reticulata

Some of the common names of Annona reticulata are common custard apple, bullock's heart, corazon, and…

Some of the common names of <I>Annona squamosa</i> are sugar apple, sweet sop, anon, and atta. The fruit is about the size of an orange. The pulp is yellowish white, creamy or custard like, very sweet and pleasantly flavored.

Annona Squamosa

Some of the common names of Annona squamosa are sugar apple, sweet sop, anon, and atta. The fruit is…

A a type of fruit.

Apocarpous

A a type of fruit.

An apple, split in half.

Apple

An apple, split in half.

An apple, split in quarters.

Apple

An apple, split in quarters.

Apple

Apple

Apple

Half an apple, showing the inside.

Apple

Half an apple, showing the inside.

An apple.

Apple

An apple.

"Perpendicular section of the fruit of Pyrus malus." -Lindley, 1853

Apple

"Perpendicular section of the fruit of Pyrus malus." -Lindley, 1853

An illustration of an apple.

Apple

An illustration of an apple.

A illustration of an apple.

Apple

A illustration of an apple.

An illustration of an apple.

Apple

An illustration of an apple.

Pictured are apple remains from the Swiss lake dwellings. Charred remains of the fruit were found in the prehistoric lake dwellings of Switzerland.

Apple Remains

Pictured are apple remains from the Swiss lake dwellings. Charred remains of the fruit were found in…

"Large specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin Apple

"Large specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

"Small specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin Apple

"Small specimen of self-pollinated Baldwin apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a baldwin apple.

Baldwin Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a baldwin apple.

"Baldwin apple cross pollinated with pollen of the Bellflower apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Baldwin/Bellflower Apple

"Baldwin apple cross pollinated with pollen of the Bellflower apple." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Pictured are the top and bottom view of a Ben Davis apple.

Ben Davis Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom view of a Ben Davis apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a black gilliflower apple.

Black Gilliflower Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a black gilliflower apple.

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a blue pearmain apple.

Blue Pearmain Apple

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a blue pearmain apple.

The Calville Blanche Apple is best used for desserts. This apple is one of the larger varieties. This apple can be found October through December.

Calville Blanche Apple

The Calville Blanche Apple is best used for desserts. This apple is one of the larger varieties. This…

Pictured are the conical (left) and ovoid (right) forms of the apple. These are the typical forms of the American apple.

Conical and Ovoid Forms of Apple

Pictured are the conical (left) and ovoid (right) forms of the apple. These are the typical forms of…

The Court Pendu Plat apple is used is desserts and other cooking purposes. This apple can be found November through April.

Court Pendu Plat Apple

The Court Pendu Plat apple is used is desserts and other cooking purposes. This apple can be found November…

An illustration of an early York apple.

An Early York Apple

An illustration of an early York apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of an esopus apple. It also known as the spitzenberg apple.

Esopus Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of an esopus apple. It also known as the spitzenberg apple.

Pictured are the oblate (left) and spherical (right) forms of apple.

Forms of Apple

Pictured are the oblate (left) and spherical (right) forms of apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a gano apple.

Gano Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a gano apple.

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a grimes apple.

Grimes Apple

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a grimes apple.

A description of how an apple grows from a flower.

Growing Apple

A description of how an apple grows from a flower.

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Hubbardston apple.

Hubbardston Apple

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Hubbardston apple.

Pictured are two examples of lady apples. They are a small dessert apple.

Lady Apple

Pictured are two examples of lady apples. They are a small dessert apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a northern spy apple.

Northern Spy Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a northern spy apple.

Illustration of a red Canadian apple.

Red Canada apple

Illustration of a red Canadian apple.

Illustration of a cross section of a red Canadian apple.

Red Canada apple

Illustration of a cross section of a red Canadian apple.

The Reinette Du Canada apple is used as a dessert apple. The skin is a greenish-yellow and brown color. The flavor is brisk and juicy. This apple can be found November through May.

Reinette Du Canada Apple

The Reinette Du Canada apple is used as a dessert apple. The skin is a greenish-yellow and brown color.…

The Reinette Grise apple is a dessert apple. The apple has a sugary flavor. It can be found November through April.

Reinette Grise Apple

The Reinette Grise apple is a dessert apple. The apple has a sugary flavor. It can be found November…

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Rhode Island greening apple.

Rhode Island Greening Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Rhode Island greening apple.

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Rome beauty apple.

Rome Beauty Apple

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a Rome beauty apple.

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a stayman apple. It is also known as the winesap apple.

Stayman Apple

Pictured are the bottom and top views of a stayman apple. It is also known as the winesap apple.

Pictured is a Tompkins King apple. It is the flat or oblate American apple.

Tompkins King Apple

Pictured is a Tompkins King apple. It is the flat or oblate American apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a wealthy apple.

Wealthy Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a wealthy apple.

Illustration of a cross section of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Illustration of a cross section of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Illustration of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Illustration of a westfield seek-no-further apple.

The worm of the codling moth eating and burrowing through an apple.

Worm in Apple

The worm of the codling moth eating and burrowing through an apple.

"Section of wormy apple; a, codling moth; b, cocoon." — Goff, 1904

Wormy Apple

"Section of wormy apple; a, codling moth; b, cocoon." — Goff, 1904

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Yellow Newtown apple.

Yellow Newtown Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a Yellow Newtown apple.

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a York Imperial apple.

York Imperial Apple

Pictured are the top and bottom views of a York Imperial apple.

Two apples. One is whole and the other is split in half.

Apples

Two apples. One is whole and the other is split in half.

Two apples. One is cut in half on the plate, beside the knife. The other is still whole.

Apples

Two apples. One is cut in half on the plate, beside the knife. The other is still whole.

Two Jonathan apples

Jonathan Apples

Two Jonathan apples

Two Pewaukee apples

Pewaukee Apples

Two Pewaukee apples

Illustrated are good exhibition plates of apples.

Plates of Apples

Illustrated are good exhibition plates of apples.

A bunch of Seckel apples

Seckel Apples

A bunch of Seckel apples