The Spain Miscellaneous ClipArt gallery offers 40 illustrations of everyday life in Spain, historic costume, places, documents, and other illustrations related to Spain.

"Capital and Springing of Arch, from the Hall of Abencerrages, Alhambra." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Abencerrages

"Capital and Springing of Arch, from the Hall of Abencerrages, Alhambra." — Encyclopedia Britanica,…

"Arabesque is a style of ornamentation in which are represented men, animals (the latter consisting of mythic as well as actual forms); plants, with leaves, flowers and fruit; mathematical figures, etc.; the whole put together in a whimsical way, so that, for instance, the animals not merely rest upon the plants, but grow out of them like blossoms."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Arabesque Archway

"Arabesque is a style of ornamentation in which are represented men, animals (the latter consisting…

Also known as a harquebus, the first form of handgun which could fairly be compared with the modern musket.

Arquebus

Also known as a harquebus, the first form of handgun which could fairly be compared with the modern…

This image depicts a ball game during the summer in San Sebastian, Spain.

Ball Game

This image depicts a ball game during the summer in San Sebastian, Spain.

A Spanish brazier of the 17th century.

Brazier

A Spanish brazier of the 17th century.

A sport that involves, most of the time, professional performers who execute various formal moves with the goal of appearing graceful and confident, while masterful over the bull itself.

Bull Fighter

A sport that involves, most of the time, professional performers who execute various formal moves with…

This image depicts a man leading two oxen pulling a cart in Spain.

Cart

This image depicts a man leading two oxen pulling a cart in Spain.

View of the town of Cartagena during the time of Columbus.

Cartagena

View of the town of Cartagena during the time of Columbus.

This image depicts a woman catching live sardines in San Sebastian, Spain.

Woman Catching Live Sardines

This image depicts a woman catching live sardines in San Sebastian, Spain.

A military leader followed by his cavalry.

Cavalry

A military leader followed by his cavalry.

Spanish Coat of Arms

Spanish Coat of Arms

Spanish Coat of Arms

Coat-of-Arms of Columbus, the explorer.

Coat-of-Arms

Coat-of-Arms of Columbus, the explorer.

"Pendentive, from the Court of the Lions, Alhambra." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Court of the Lions

"Pendentive, from the Court of the Lions, Alhambra." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

"A donkey carrying two little boys." —Carpenter, 1902

Donkey and boys

"A donkey carrying two little boys." —Carpenter, 1902

Double-barreled 'Dragonneau,' cast in 1503 in Madrid.

Dragonneau

Double-barreled 'Dragonneau,' cast in 1503 in Madrid.

The Spanish Standard Flag on a flag pole

Spanish Standard Flag

The Spanish Standard Flag on a flag pole

Gibraltar, located at the tip of Spain, during the 17th Century.

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, located at the tip of Spain, during the 17th Century.

This image depicts Spanish gypsies walking in a field with a horse and a bear.

Gypsies

This image depicts Spanish gypsies walking in a field with a horse and a bear.

The leader of a band of Spanish gypsies.

Gypsy Chief

The leader of a band of Spanish gypsies.

An effigy of Queen Isabella of Spain.

Recumbent Effigy of Queen Isabella

An effigy of Queen Isabella of Spain.

Spanish seaport.

Malaga Harbor

Spanish seaport.

A man dressed in plate armor riding a horse.

Man on Horseback

A man dressed in plate armor riding a horse.

This image depicts citizens along a narrow road in Spain. A woman rests in chair while donkeys walk on the other side of the road.

Narrow Street in Spain

This image depicts citizens along a narrow road in Spain. A woman rests in chair while donkeys walk…

An illustration of a Spanish nobleman.

Spanish Nobleman

An illustration of a Spanish nobleman.

Title of Oviedo from 1526

Oviedo Title

Title of Oviedo from 1526

Arms of Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, a Spanish historian.

Arms of Oviedo

Arms of Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, a Spanish historian.

An illustration of a Spanish priest.

Spanish Priest

An illustration of a Spanish priest.

La Rabida, Spain

La Rabida

La Rabida, Spain

A spanish helmet.

Sallet

A spanish helmet.

An illustration of the sarcophagus of Ferdinand and Isabella.

Sarcophagus of Ferdinand & Isabella

An illustration of the sarcophagus of Ferdinand and Isabella.

Coat of Arms, Spain

The Great Seal of Spain

Coat of Arms, Spain

This image depicts a man playing guitar.

Serenade

This image depicts a man playing guitar.

Spanish soldier

Spanish Soldier

Spanish soldier

"The Spanish soldiers of Pizarro seize the Inca."—Gordy, 1912

Spanish Soldiers

"The Spanish soldiers of Pizarro seize the Inca."—Gordy, 1912

A man and woman wearing traditional Spanish dress.

People of Spain

A man and woman wearing traditional Spanish dress.

Armor worn by Spaniards in their conquests of the New World.

Spanish Armor

Armor worn by Spaniards in their conquests of the New World.

The Coat of Arms of Spain.

Spanish Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Spain.

This image depicts a stone staircase in Segovia, Spain.

Stone Stairs

This image depicts a stone staircase in Segovia, Spain.

This image depicts the town crier playing a drum on a street in Spain. The town crier is employed by the town council to make public announcements in the street.

Town Crier

This image depicts the town crier playing a drum on a street in Spain. The town crier is employed by…

A Spanish water carrier, which usually consisted of a donkey and pottery attached to it.

Water Carrier

A Spanish water carrier, which usually consisted of a donkey and pottery attached to it.