Based on popular motifs of ancient Greece and Rome, Neo-Classical design dominated European architecture and decorative styles from the late 1700s onward. This collection of elegant clip art features scenes from mythological, historical, and biblical sources as well as vines and leaves, floral elemen... read more
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Based on popular motifs of ancient Greece and Rome, Neo-Classical design dominated European architecture and decorative styles from the late 1700s onward. This collection of elegant clip art features scenes from mythological, historical, and biblical sources as well as vines and leaves, floral elements, real and legendary beasts, and geometric patterns. 823 images.
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