JAMES R. EADS

EADS Moon river- 'Two drifters off to see the world, there's such a lot of world to see'

Decorative wall tiling from Qasr Radwan, Cairo, produced in 16th the century

Vintage Driftwood: Decorative wall tiling from Qasr Radwan, Cairo, produced in the century

Portion of a print of a Kashmir shawl by Victorian textile designer George Haite from the book 'Designs for Shawls' by Hilary Young.

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Julie Filipenko. The girl and the shell both look so fragile as they are drawn in a soft way by enhancing the darker areas. I love the outline on the drawing and I think it shows that the character works good on its own, without any background. Greta M.

The girl and the shell both look so fragile as they are drawn in a soft way by enhancing the darker areas. I love the outline on the drawing and I think it shows that the character works good on its own, without any background.

Ernst Haeckel Radiolaria

Original antique lithograph print - Haeckel 4 - Diatom Algae - edition - folio - Art Forms in Nature (Kunstformen der Natur)

Beautiful - would love to create an embroidery using this.  Lovely colouring & great scope for textures.

Nature's Artwork colourful sea urchin shells with beautiful texture and surface pattern inspiration

Decorative wall tiling from Qasr Radwan, Cairo, produced in the 16th century

Wall tiling decoration of Qasr Radwan, Cairo, C. From The Influence of Islamic Decoration on the Victorians

ammonite:  Per Wikipedia the ammonites went extinct with Dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Ammonites survived until the end of the Cretaceous period in a sea that covered what is now Alberta. Canada and Montana, USA. These ammonites were transformed into the rare gem known as Ammolite.

Ammonites went extinct with Dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Ammonites survived until the end of the Cretaceous period in a sea that covered what is now Alberta. Canada and Montana, USA. These ammonites were transformed into the rare gem known as Ammolite.

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