The Body Gestures ClipArt gallery offers 42 illustrations of men and women making gestures with their face and actions of their bodies. Additional illustrations of gestures used as signals can be found in the Military Drills ClipArt gallery.
An illustration of an angry man with a turned over chair.
An image of Augustus making a speech to his army under the tutelage of Julius Caesar.
Man in tuxedo boasting.
Man expressing joy with hands clasped.
Man expressing malice with fists clenched.
A man looking directly forward and pointing.
An awkward speaker.
A gesture of gladness.
A gesture of meditation.
A gesture of repulsion.
A gesture of remorse.
A gesture of exaltation.
A gesture of defiance.
A gesture of dispersion.
A gesture of indecision.
A graceful speaker.
A medal of Bostra, with the head of Trajanus Decius on one side and a female figure with her head wrapped…
Image of men bowing outside the palace of Sennacherib, located in ancient Assyria.
A man preaching to a crowd in medieval times in front of a large cross.
An extemporaneous speaker on the left and a speaker confined to a manuscript on the right.
A man running towards a place of refuge.
Arm rings worn by warriors.
First row of hieroglyphics worshiping Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
Row of hieroglyphics honoring Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
A row of hieroglyphics showing men working. These are to honor Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
Hieroglyphics of men carrying food in honor of Shalmaneser, king of Assyria.
A close-toed sandal.
Figures from the palace of Sennacherib, located in Kouyunjik, Nineveh (ancient Assyria).
This is a picture of a woman talking and gesturing with her hands.
A gesture of presentation or receiving.
A gesture of announcing.
A gesture of declaring.
A gesture of wonderment.
A gesture of designating.
A gesture of silence.
A gesture of anguish.
A gesture of protecting or soothing.
A gesture of denying or rejecting.
A gesture of discerning.
A gesture of awe or appeal.
A young person adopts an attitude of thoughtful consideration when listening to Christ preaching. Detail…