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.

Creatures of the order Strigiformes, 2016. Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 31 amazing owls from the taxonomic order Strigiformes.   Print measures 12x18 inches. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80# Mohawk Superfine cover.  Packaged rolled with kraft tissue in a protective tube.

Creatures of the order Strigiformes, Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 31 amazing owls from the taxonomic order Strigiformes. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free Mohawk Superfine

These natural history art prints by Minneapolis-based illustrator Kelsey Oseid are high on my wish list. I’d love the beetles below in our den and wouldn’t they all be sweet in a nurser…

Artist Spotlight: Natural History Illustrations 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

Albertus Seba (1665-1736), a Dutch apothecary, had one of the most extensive collections of natural curiosities in the world. He commissioned artists to draw all his specimens, then had them engraved and published as a set of folios. This poster was created from those folios. It’s a great tribute to the beginning of today’s natural history museums. All of this and more is presented in an informative inset at the bottom of the poster

Curiosity Cabinet poster, created from images commissioned from various artists by Albertus Seba Dutch apothecary and collector of natural curiosities

Hell Pig | Natural History Museum Signage | Courtesy of artist Beth Zaiken (linked)  Pin brought to you by: https://CoolScienceArt.com

Meet the monsters that once roamed North America, including the hell pig, the terror bird, and the short-faced bear. These infographics were created by Beth Zaiken as signages for the Natural History Museum.

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 bee

John Jonston (1603-1675), Historia Naturalis, included mythical images #dragons #seaserpents #unicorns

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.

Natural history art prints by Kelsey Oseid #illustration #nursery #animals…

Artist Spotlight: Natural History Illustrations by Kelsey Oseid

Coral art print Vintage prints old prints by VictorianWallArt, $10.00

Coral art print Vintage prints old prints Ocean Decor ocean life Natural History sea life art antique nature print art print

Natural History Museum Signage by Beth Zaiken

Design and Illustration for Pleistocene (Ice Age) specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.

Natural History used to have all this stuff in my classroom ,Love it!

Amy & David Butler's Creative Textile Lab of a Home

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Valuable Secrets Of Native Americans: The Long Forgotten Medical Cures Of Ancient Tribes!

Everything you could ever need to know about Natures Real Cures, Natural Cures, Home Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Homeopathic Cures & Alternative Medici

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