The Housing ClipArt gallery offers 201 illustrations of houses in many styles, as well as parts of houses, and homes and birthplaces of several famous historical figures. Additional illustrations of houses may be found under specific country galleries of the ClipArt Places collection.
A 19th century home located in New England.
The house in which Napoleon I was born, located in Ajaccio, France.
A home from the Apache tribe.
An illustration of an eight story apartment building.
An illustration of a proposed elevation for first-class apartment house.
An illustration of a proposed apartment house in New York City. "As a people we set a high value on…
The Battle of Fair Oaks, also known as the Battle of Seven Pines or Fair Oaks Station was fought on…
The Beekman Mansion was built over the course of two years, from 1802 to 1804, for the family of William…
Berkshire Apartment House at New York
In 1797, Harman Blennerhassett and his wife moved to Marietta, Ohio, where they purchased 174 acres…
A building wired for double-pole switches.
"A modern square cottage, or 'bungalow', well proportioned. A good design for a village house." —Kinne,…
An old cabin
An illustration of a small cabin surrounded by palm trees.
An illustration of a cabin set atop a mountain.
Log Cabin in early American Development.
An illustration of a castle.
An illustration of a castle.
The house of William Caxton, who introduced printing to England in 1422.
"An outside cellar, fitted to keep fruit or vegetables." — Baily, 1898
The Royal Château de Blois (French: "Château Royal de Blois") is located in the Loir-et-Cher département…
The Chateau of Chenonceaux is a castle in the small village of Chenonceaux in the Loire Valley, France.…
Benjamin Chew (November 19, 1722 – January 20, 1810) was a fifth-generation American, a Quaker-born…
The residence of William Coddington, the first governor of Rhode Island from 1640-1647.
This sketch depicts the famous New Cold Harbor where the Battle of Cold Harbor took place. This was…
Conduit runs supported on the outside of a building.
"The cottage in which Shakespeare was born." —Carpenter, 1902
A cottage with a lovely garden and white picket fence. Sunflowers bloom and grape vines grow wild.
A cottage at a lake.
The interior view of the Fisherman's Cottage in Somersetshire. The interior of the cottage have a window…
An outside view of a fisherman's cottage in Somersetshire illustrating common architectural features…
"American Type of Country-House Architecture." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910
Andrew Craigie's house in Cambridge. He was the apothecary-general to the Continental Army.
The house of Lydia Darrah (1728-1789). Lydia was a midwife and Philadelphia's first female undertaker.…
The home of Jefferson Davis in Richmond, Virginia.
The birthplace of Admiral George Dewey in Montpelier, Vermont.
An illustration of Duncan Lodge.
The remains of John Murray, the 4th Earl of Dunmore's palace.
The house of Albercht Dürer, a German painter, theorist, printmaker, engraver, and mathematician from…
A Dutch house from Colonial America
During this early period Virginia's population grew with the introduction of settlers and servants into…
English farm house
The Battle of Seven Pines, also known as the Battle of Fair Oaks or Fair Oaks Station, took place on…
A farmhouse of Hougoumont located in Waterloo Belgium.
The birthplace of Robert Fulton, inventor and engineer, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
The home of Charles Dickens in Gadshill, England.
The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.
Greenway Court was an estate of Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron in Clarke County, Virginia,…
An early German and Gallic house.
An early form of German and Gallic houses.
Hampden House is a country house in the village of Great Hampden, between Great Missenden and Princes…
The house of John Hancock in Boston, Massachusetts.
The house of Cornelius Harnett in North Carolina.
The birthplace of famous writer, Nathaniel Hawthorne in Salem, Massachusetts.
The place where Andrew Jackson was buried in Nashville, Tennessee.
A two-storied home with a chimney and long path.
Large homes fringed by palm trees on a Florida shoreline.
Farm housing in early america.
The Marshall Homestead surrounded by people.