This ClipArt gallery offers 93 illustrations of people performing general farming activities such as planting, fruit picking, plowing, and harvesting.
Plowing is the initial cultivation of soil in preparation for sowing seed or planting. Pictured is a…
An hieroglyph-style drawing of a plow and plowman. A plow was a device used to make furrows in the earth…
A drawing of plowing and sowing in the Pyramid Age of Egypt. The hieroglyphs tell the story of the picture.
A scene from the Middle Ages, in which two people are plowing their land. One drives the oxen with a…
From a Bas-Relief of the Oldest Dynasty, Memphis. Depicts two men plowing with two oxen.
Raking hay and loading it onto a wagon.
A man reaping grain with a sickle.
Cattle at a watering hole.
African slaves unloading rice barges at a South Carolinian rice plantation.
The rice fields are confined to low, flat, marshy tracts, near the coast or river bottoms.
Sheared sheep runs away from shepherd.
Three shepherds with a flock of sheep.
Two men cutting sod
A man walking over a field and sowing seeds.
A man spreading seeds.
"Egyptian Sowing. The people were mainly agricultural, but employed rude methods of cultivation. In…
The Birth of St. George is a drawing that was created by artist C.M. Gere. It seems to depict a farmer…
A field of sugar-cane.
"The plant tillers like wheat, but not to the same degree. The cane ground is kept clean by hand-hoeing,…
An illustration of a supply train powered by oxen.
A scene where farmers are harvesting tobacco to be dried.
Transplanting a plant by a dibber.
The tree ready to lift to be moved.
The tree ready to be moved
Moving a large tree.
Setting trees to a line
Illustrated are the roots of a tree bound up and the tree being loaded.
Harvesting wheat in the west.
"In Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, and elsewhere the manufacture of wine from grapes is an important…
An illustration of a rice winnower.
An illustration of an elderly woman with a cane feeding a goose.
An illustration of a woman feeding the pigs.
Sheep being sheared for wool.