Bird Feather Art Print - Natural History Antique Illustration - Woodland Forest Art - Scientific Illustration Vintage Print

Bird Feather Art - Natural History Print - Woodland Antique Print - Scientific Illustration Vintage Print

Birds’ Eggs taken from ‘Catalogue of the Collection of Birds’ Eggs in the British Museum’ by British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. W. Ogilvie-Grant. December 1901. Natural History...

heaveninawildflower: “ Birds’ Eggs taken from ‘Catalogue of the Collection of Birds’ Eggs in the British Museum’ by British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology.

Natural history of insects print

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art that fits into virserum frames from ikea - paper source - Cavallini Natural History Insects Wrapping Paper

John Jonston (1603-1675) was a Polish scholar born to a family of Scottish origin. He spent most of his life in Poland, working as an academician and private tutor. Though he traveled widely throughout Europe, Jonston repeatedly turned down offers of professorships at major universities. Instead, he chose to live a private life on his country estate in southwest Poland.    One of Jonston’s works, Historia Naturalis (Natural History), was translated into many languages. The engraving shown…

John Jonston was a Polish scholar born to a family of Scottish origin. One of Jonston’s works, Historia Naturalis (Natural History), was translated into many languages.

Librarian Tells All: Black, White, and Botanical All Over: Wild About Vintage Natural History Prints

Librarian Tells All: Black, White, and Botanical All Over: Wild About Vintage Natural History Prints Bees♥♥♥♥♡♡

Creatures of the infraorder Cetacea vintage inspired by kelzuki

Creatures of the infraorder Cetacea- vintage inspired science poster by Kelsey Oseid

"Creatures of the infraorder Cetacea," Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 30 amazing whales, dolphins, and porpoises from the taxonomic infraorder Cetacea. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80

Seed fern (Neuropteris heterophylla)  Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Seed fern (Neuropteris heterophylla) Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Darwin was an avid collector of beetles while at Cambridge. Some of his specimens survive at the Cambridge Zoology Museum.    Photographs: John van Wyhe

Entomology (insects)- Coleopterology (beetles) I realised that I don't have an insect section in my museum shop. A lot of "insect recreations" risk becoming crafty such as butterflies, so I decided to stick with beetles.

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