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Stock Photo #4409-68573, Sheep Dogs: smooth coated sheep dog "Yarrow" and rough-coated sheep dog "Hornpipe" Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Book of Dogs" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Sheep Dogs: smooth coated sheep dog "Yarrow" and rough-coated sheep dog "Hornpipe" Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Book...
Sheep Dogs: smooth coated sheep dog "Yarrow" and rough-coated sheep dog "Hornpipe" Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Book of Dogs" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-66291, Mesohippus, extinct genus of early horse that lived from the Eocene to Oligocene epoch. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Mesohippus, extinct genus of early horse that lived from the Eocene to Oligocene epoch. Colour printed (chromolithograph) ill...
Mesohippus, extinct genus of early horse that lived from the Eocene to Oligocene epoch. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-66346, Eurasian siskin, Carduelis spinus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Eurasian siskin, Carduelis spinus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Histor...
Eurasian siskin, Carduelis spinus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1072816, Close-up of three young people sitting on grass and studying
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Stock Photo #4409-71917, Little egret, Egretta garzetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Little egret, Egretta garzetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History o...
Little egret, Egretta garzetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1775R-17183, Boy and girl writing in sand on beach
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Stock Photo #1839R-1385, Senior Man Doing Calligraphy
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Stock Photo #4409-69774, Skye Terriers "Sam" and "Perkie." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Skye Terriers "Sam" and "Perkie." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kembal...
Skye Terriers "Sam" and "Perkie." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-27680, American Novelist Louisa May Alcott, who wrote "Little Women" in 1868.
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American Novelist Louisa May Alcott, who wrote "Little Women" in 1868.
Stock Photo #1491R-1062977, teenage boy (16 - 18) lying on the grass writing
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Stock Photo #1491R-1074663, Close-up of written homework with gold star and pencil
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Stock Photo #4409-85024, Great skua, Stercorarius skua. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Great skua, Stercorarius skua. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of...
Great skua, Stercorarius skua. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-66593, Pied avocet, Recurvirostra avocetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Pied avocet, Recurvirostra avocetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Pied avocet, Recurvirostra avocetta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-84604, Bar-tailed godwit (female), Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Bar-tailed godwit (female), Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Nat...
Bar-tailed godwit (female), Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1070134, Four business executives having conference call in a boardroom
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Stock Photo #1491R-1072069, Close-up of teacher writing mathematics on chalkboard
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Stock Photo #1849-519, Businesswoman looking in mirror
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Stock Photo #1775R-17278, Scientists working in laboratory
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Stock Photo #4409-40915, Alfonso X of Castile, the wise (1221-1284). King of Castile and Leon (1252-1284). Chronicle of very enlightened prince and King Don Alfonso who was emperor and wrote the book of the Siete Partidas. Cover page. Written by Miguel de Herrera and printed in Valladolid in 1554. Episcopal Library. Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain.
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Alfonso X of Castile, the wise (1221-1284). King of Castile and Leon (1252-1284). Chronicle of very enlightened prince and Ki...
Alfonso X of Castile, the wise (1221-1284). King of Castile and Leon (1252-1284). Chronicle of very enlightened prince and King Don Alfonso who was emperor and wrote the book of the Siete Partidas. Cover page. Written by Miguel de Herrera and printed in Valladolid in 1554. Episcopal Library. Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain.
Stock Photo #4282-13264, Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Buchan as a tribute to James Thomson, the Ednam poet, who wrote 'The Four Seasons"" and the words for 'Rule Britannia'. A new statue by Siobhan O'Hehir is now in the pavilion.
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Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Bu...
Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Buchan as a tribute to James Thomson, the Ednam poet, who wrote 'The Four Seasons"" and the words for 'Rule Britannia'. A new statue by Siobhan O'Hehir is now in the pavilion.
Stock Photo #1839R-4965, Elderly Man Practicing Calligraphy
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Stock Photo #1566-1310021, Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
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Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks,...
Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
Stock Photo #1491R-1070038, Businessman giving presentation to three business executives
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Stock Photo #4409-85238, Hazel tree with male catkins, female buds and nuts, Corylus avellana. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Hazel tree with male catkins, female buds and nuts, Corylus avellana. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature b...
Hazel tree with male catkins, female buds and nuts, Corylus avellana. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #1566-1020720, europe, greece, dodecanese, patmos island, entrance of the grotto of the apocalypse, where saint John wrote the apocalypse
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Stock Photo #1566-1310020, Goth posing for photographers in cemetery at Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
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Goth posing for photographers in cemetery at Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biann...
Goth posing for photographers in cemetery at Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
Stock Photo #1746-4642, (Henry) Rider Haggard (1856-1925) English author born in Suffolk. He wrote numerous adventure novels, the best-remembered of which are King Solomon's Mines (1885) and its sequel Allan Quartermain (1887), and She (1887) and its sequel Ayesha (1905). Cartoon by 'Spy' (Leslie Ward, 1851-1922) from Vanity Fair (London, 21 May 1887).
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(Henry) Rider Haggard (1856-1925) English author born in Suffolk. He wrote numerous adventure novels, the best-remembered of ...
(Henry) Rider Haggard (1856-1925) English author born in Suffolk. He wrote numerous adventure novels, the best-remembered of which are King Solomon's Mines (1885) and its sequel Allan Quartermain (1887), and She (1887) and its sequel Ayesha (1905). Cartoon by 'Spy' (Leslie Ward, 1851-1922) from Vanity Fair (London, 21 May 1887).
Stock Photo #4421-47725, Remote farmhouse, former home of George Orwell where he wrote 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' novel, Barnhill, Isle of Jura, Inner Hebrides, Scotland
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Remote farmhouse, former home of George Orwell where he wrote 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' novel, Barnhill, Isle of Jura, Inner Heb...
Remote farmhouse, former home of George Orwell where he wrote 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' novel, Barnhill, Isle of Jura, Inner Hebrides, Scotland
Stock Photo #4048-6170, Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
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Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a tr...
Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
Stock Photo #1775R-16792, Nurse tending patient in intensive care
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Stock Photo #1890-55460, The study and desk where Sir Walter Scott wrote his novels, in the house built to his plan and where the writer lived from 1812 until his death 20 years later, Abbotsford House, near Melrose, Scottish Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe
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The study and desk where Sir Walter Scott wrote his novels, in the house built to his plan and where the writer lived from 18...
The study and desk where Sir Walter Scott wrote his novels, in the house built to his plan and where the writer lived from 1812 until his death 20 years later, Abbotsford House, near Melrose, Scottish Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe
Stock Photo #4409-84187, Beech tree, Fagus sylvatica. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Beech tree, Fagus sylvatica. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit o...
Beech tree, Fagus sylvatica. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #1839R-2585, Small Boy Learning To Write
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Stock Photo #1491R-1072079, Side view of girl doing homework (10-11)
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Stock Photo #4187-37189, New York City Investor Leon Black. Investor and author Leon Black at the Essex Hotel. He wrote a book linking IBM to the Nazis.
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New York City Investor Leon Black. Investor and author Leon Black at the Essex Hotel. He wrote a book linking IBM to the Nazi...
New York City Investor Leon Black. Investor and author Leon Black at the Essex Hotel. He wrote a book linking IBM to the Nazis.
Stock Photo #4409-67028, Twite, Carduelis flavirostris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Twite, Carduelis flavirostris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of...
Twite, Carduelis flavirostris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-67321, Kestrel, Falco tinnunculus, female. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Kestrel, Falco tinnunculus, female. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Histo...
Kestrel, Falco tinnunculus, female. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-0419, close up of businessmen and businesswomen in boardroom having a video conference
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Stock Photo #4409-91590, Original Film Title: MURDER SHE WROTE-TV. English Title: MURDER SHE WROTE-TV. Year: 1984. Stars: ANGELA LANSBURY.
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Original Film Title: MURDER SHE WROTE-TV. English Title: MURDER SHE WROTE-TV. Year: 1984. Stars: ANGELA LANSBURY.
Stock Photo #1839R-2675, Dentist Filling Out Paperwork
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Stock Photo #1851-392, Bust of Multatuli. A famous Dutch author who wrote books about the Coffee trade with East India.
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Bust of Multatuli. A famous Dutch author who wrote books about the Coffee trade with East India.
Stock Photo #4409-67188, Northern pintail duck, Anas acuta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819). Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Northern pintail duck, Anas acuta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Histor...
Northern pintail duck, Anas acuta. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819). Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-70512, Deerhound "Spey" depicted in an interior setting. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Deerhound "Spey" depicted in an interior setting. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Au...
Deerhound "Spey" depicted in an interior setting. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-70069, Lesser whitethroat, Sylvia communis, with nest and egg. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Lesser whitethroat, Sylvia communis, with nest and egg. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from hi...
Lesser whitethroat, Sylvia communis, with nest and egg. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-3968, Student Looking At A Blackboard In A Classroom
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Stock Photo #4409-66098, Orphean warbler, Sylvia hortensis, or greater pettychaps. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Orphean warbler, Sylvia hortensis, or greater pettychaps. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from ...
Orphean warbler, Sylvia hortensis, or greater pettychaps. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-69332, Great tit, Parus major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Great tit, Parus major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of Britis...
Great tit, Parus major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-70698, Water rail, Rallus aquaticus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Water rail, Rallus aquaticus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of ...
Water rail, Rallus aquaticus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4282-26467, Engalnd, Cumbria, Grasmere. Early morning reflections and mist on Grasmere. Grasmere is probably the Cumbria's most popular village, thanks to William Wordsworth (1770-1850) who lived here and wrote about the beautiful countryside.
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Engalnd, Cumbria, Grasmere. Early morning reflections and mist on Grasmere. Grasmere is probably the Cumbria's most popular v...
Engalnd, Cumbria, Grasmere. Early morning reflections and mist on Grasmere. Grasmere is probably the Cumbria's most popular village, thanks to William Wordsworth (1770-1850) who lived here and wrote about the beautiful countryside.
Stock Photo #4409-66028, Middle spotted woodpecker, Dendrocopos medius. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Middle spotted woodpecker, Dendrocopos medius. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Na...
Middle spotted woodpecker, Dendrocopos medius. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-68747, Long-tailed duck, Clangula hyemalis. Vulnerable. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Long-tailed duck, Clangula hyemalis. Vulnerable. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-84949, Turbit pigeon, Columba livia domestica var. turbita. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Turbit pigeon, Columba livia domestica var. turbita. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his o...
Turbit pigeon, Columba livia domestica var. turbita. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Stock Photo #1839R-7359, Chinese calligraphy ink stone
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Stock Photo #4409-69191, Lesser bird-of-paradise, Paradisaea minor, and red-necked tanager, Tangara cyanocephala. Chromolithograph by unknown artist/engraver from Mary and Elizabeth Kirby's "Beautiful Birds in Far-Off Lands," T. Nelson, London, 1872. Mary Kirby (1817-1893) and Elizabeth Kirby (1823-1873) were two Victorian sisters who wrote many natural history books for children.
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Lesser bird-of-paradise, Paradisaea minor, and red-necked tanager, Tangara cyanocephala. Chromolithograph by unknown artist/e...
Lesser bird-of-paradise, Paradisaea minor, and red-necked tanager, Tangara cyanocephala. Chromolithograph by unknown artist/engraver from Mary and Elizabeth Kirby's "Beautiful Birds in Far-Off Lands," T. Nelson, London, 1872. Mary Kirby (1817-1893) and Elizabeth Kirby (1823-1873) were two Victorian sisters who wrote many natural history books for children.
Stock Photo #1839R-8069, The blueprints
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Stock Photo #1491R-1070851, Portrait of a female doctor writing a prescription for a man
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Stock Photo #1775R-11598, Businessman working in conference room
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Stock Photo #4409-67590, Osprey, Pandion haliaetus, standing on a caught fish. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Osprey, Pandion haliaetus, standing on a caught fish. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his ...
Osprey, Pandion haliaetus, standing on a caught fish. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-3668, Portrait Of Businessman
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Stock Photo #1491R-1073599, Businesswoman writing in a personal organizer
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Stock Photo #4409-67151, Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx lithographica flies in the background.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1920, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descr
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Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx li...
Panochthus tuberculatus, an extinct type of glyptodont, native to Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. An Archaeopteryx lithographica flies in the background.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1920, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descr
Stock Photo #4409-65995, Bar-tailed godwit, Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Bar-tailed godwit, Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Bar-tailed godwit, Limosa lapponica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-71060, Eurasian wryneck, Jynx torquilla. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Eurasian wryneck, Jynx torquilla. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History...
Eurasian wryneck, Jynx torquilla. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-70460, Hyaenodon, extinct genus of carnivorous creodonts. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Hyaenodon, extinct genus of carnivorous creodonts. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Ti...
Hyaenodon, extinct genus of carnivorous creodonts. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-69376, Crested titmouse or crested tit. "The specimen from which our figure is copied was shot in Scotland in company with several others in 1792.". . Lophophanes cristatus cristatus (Parus cristatus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperpla
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Crested titmouse or crested tit. "The specimen from which our figure is copied was shot in Scotland in company with several o...
Crested titmouse or crested tit. "The specimen from which our figure is copied was shot in Scotland in company with several others in 1792.". . Lophophanes cristatus cristatus (Parus cristatus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperpla
Stock Photo #1491R-1071027, Close-up of college students sitting in library
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Stock Photo #4409-66276, Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) or Spiny Anteater foraging for food on the ground.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) or Spiny Anteater foraging for food on the ground.. . Colour printed illustrati...
Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) or Spiny Anteater foraging for food on the ground.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1598R-216908, Ball point pen over cheque
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Stock Photo #4409-68196, Hyracotherium or Eohippus, the dawn horse, extinct genus of perissodactyl ungulates that lived during the Tertiary to Eocene Epoch. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Hyracotherium or Eohippus, the dawn horse, extinct genus of perissodactyl ungulates that lived during the Tertiary to Eocene ...
Hyracotherium or Eohippus, the dawn horse, extinct genus of perissodactyl ungulates that lived during the Tertiary to Eocene Epoch. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-68210, Palaeotherium, extinct genus of primitive horse-like perissodactyl ungulate. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Palaeotherium, extinct genus of primitive horse-like perissodactyl ungulate. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration b...
Palaeotherium, extinct genus of primitive horse-like perissodactyl ungulate. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1491R-1069216, Mother helping her daughter (9-10) with her homework
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Stock Photo #4409-71582, Black grouse, Tetrao tetrix. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Black grouse, Tetrao tetrix. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of B...
Black grouse, Tetrao tetrix. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1067457, Close up view of a diary open
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Stock Photo #4409-68094, The platypus or duck-billed platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi-aquatic monotreme mammal native to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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The platypus or duck-billed platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi-aquatic monotreme mammal native to eastern Australi...
The platypus or duck-billed platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi-aquatic monotreme mammal native to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-71542, Ruddy turnstone, Arenaria interpres. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Ruddy turnstone, Arenaria interpres. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Ruddy turnstone, Arenaria interpres. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-3964, Teacher Writing On Blackboard
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Stock Photo #4409-66201, Hyracodon, an extinct genus of fast-running, pony-like mammal. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Hyracodon, an extinct genus of fast-running, pony-like mammal. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Har...
Hyracodon, an extinct genus of fast-running, pony-like mammal. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1491R-1065114, Portrait of a doctor and two nurses
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Stock Photo #1886-55515, GREEK writing on Obelisk at XANTHOS (LYCIA'S ancient capital dating back to the 5th Cent. BC) - TURKEY
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Stock Photo #1491R-1064448, Close-up of doctor writing on clipboard
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Stock Photo #4409-84982, Red grouse, Lagopus lagopus scotica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Red grouse, Lagopus lagopus scotica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Red grouse, Lagopus lagopus scotica. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1071946, Elevated view of girl writing mathematics on chalkboard (8-9)
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Stock Photo #4409-67300, Dotterel pictured walking on a riverbank. "Proverbially stupid birds, and easily taken in a net or shot.". . Eudromias morinellus (Charadrius morinellus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The
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Dotterel pictured walking on a riverbank. "Proverbially stupid birds, and easily taken in a net or shot.". . Eudromias morine...
Dotterel pictured walking on a riverbank. "Proverbially stupid birds, and easily taken in a net or shot.". . Eudromias morinellus (Charadrius morinellus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The
Stock Photo #4409-67955, Harlequin hummingbird, Trochilus multicolor. In 1833, William Jardine wrote that "this curious and singularly marked species was figured and described by Dr. Latham from a specimen in the British Museum." The same specimen was depicted by Nodder, and was copied by Vieillot, Lesson and Jardine, but Jardine says "it has been hinted that the specimen in the British Museum was made up from the feathers of different birds." Illustration signed N (Frederick Nodder).. Handcolored copperplate engraving
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Harlequin hummingbird, Trochilus multicolor. In 1833, William Jardine wrote that "this curious and singularly marked species ...
Harlequin hummingbird, Trochilus multicolor. In 1833, William Jardine wrote that "this curious and singularly marked species was figured and described by Dr. Latham from a specimen in the British Museum." The same specimen was depicted by Nodder, and was copied by Vieillot, Lesson and Jardine, but Jardine says "it has been hinted that the specimen in the British Museum was made up from the feathers of different birds." Illustration signed N (Frederick Nodder).. Handcolored copperplate engraving
Stock Photo #4409-84902, Cinnamon rose, Rosa cinnamomea, with flowers, buds, and rosehip. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustration by John Lindley from his own "Rosarum Monographia, or a Botanical History of Roses," London, Ridgeway, 1820. Lindley (1799-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in roses and orchids. Lindley wrote and illustrated this monograph when just 22 years old. He went on to edit the "Botanical Register" from 1829 to 1847.
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Cinnamon rose, Rosa cinnamomea, with flowers, buds, and rosehip. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustrat...
Cinnamon rose, Rosa cinnamomea, with flowers, buds, and rosehip. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustration by John Lindley from his own "Rosarum Monographia, or a Botanical History of Roses," London, Ridgeway, 1820. Lindley (1799-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in roses and orchids. Lindley wrote and illustrated this monograph when just 22 years old. He went on to edit the "Botanical Register" from 1829 to 1847.
Stock Photo #1839R-8048, The drawing board
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Stock Photo #4435-8824, Spain (1892). Bases de Manresa, catalanist asesembly gathered togheter at the City Hall of Manresa, which wrote the Basis for the Catalan Regional Constitution. Drawing by Jaume Pahissa. Drawing.
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Spain (1892). Bases de Manresa, catalanist asesembly gathered togheter at the City Hall of Manresa, which wrote the Basis for...
Spain (1892). Bases de Manresa, catalanist asesembly gathered togheter at the City Hall of Manresa, which wrote the Basis for the Catalan Regional Constitution. Drawing by Jaume Pahissa. Drawing.
Stock Photo #1491R-1075533, Close-up of note paper and a pen
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Stock Photo #4409-69265, Tawny bunting (snow bunting) with white, black and tawny plumage.. . Plectrophenax nivalis (Emberiza nivalis). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819
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Tawny bunting (snow bunting) with white, black and tawny plumage.. . Plectrophenax nivalis (Emberiza nivalis). . Edward Donov...
Tawny bunting (snow bunting) with white, black and tawny plumage.. . Plectrophenax nivalis (Emberiza nivalis). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819
Stock Photo #4409-66995, Blackcap, Sylvia atricapilla. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Blackcap, Sylvia atricapilla. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-70881, Violet, Viola odorata. Handcolored engraving from John Stevens Henslow's "Bouquet of Souvenirs" 1840. Henslow (1796-1861) was Chair of Mineralogy and later Chair of Botany at Cambridge University, and wrote and contributed botanical illustrations to several books.
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Violet, Viola odorata. Handcolored engraving from John Stevens Henslow's "Bouquet of Souvenirs" 1840. Henslow (1796-1861) was...
Violet, Viola odorata. Handcolored engraving from John Stevens Henslow's "Bouquet of Souvenirs" 1840. Henslow (1796-1861) was Chair of Mineralogy and later Chair of Botany at Cambridge University, and wrote and contributed botanical illustrations to several books.
Stock Photo #1886-6592, Wrought iron window grate and wooden door create the Mexican style of this hotel in SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE - MEXICO
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Stock Photo #4409-84306, Heath or heather varieties, Erica species. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn and engraved by William Clark from Rebecca Hey's "Moral of Flowers," London, Longman, Rees, 1833. Mrs. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Spirit of the Woods" 1837 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. William Clark was former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society and illustrated many botanical books in the 1820s and 1830s.
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Heath or heather varieties, Erica species. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn and engraved by William Clark from Rebecca Hey's "Moral of Flowers," London, Longman, Rees, 1833. Mrs. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Spirit of the Woods" 1837 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. William Clark was former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society and illustrated many botanical books in the 1820s and 1830s.
Stock Photo #4409-68809, Ring-necked duck, Aythya collaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Ring-necked duck, Aythya collaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Histor...
Ring-necked duck, Aythya collaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-0985, front view portrait of businessman holding a personal digital assistant sitting in first class airplane
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Stock Photo #4409-68959, Dachshunds: smooth, red and black-and-tan. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Dachshunds: smooth, red and black-and-tan. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Ve...
Dachshunds: smooth, red and black-and-tan. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-69915, Little grebe, Tachybaptus ruficollis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Little grebe, Tachybaptus ruficollis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural His...
Little grebe, Tachybaptus ruficollis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-3963, Teacher Holding Book And Writing On A Blackboard
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Stock Photo #1839R-6840, A businessman uses the hotel business center
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Stock Photo #4409-68870, Common pochard or red-headed wigeon, Aythra ferina (male). Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Common pochard or red-headed wigeon, Aythra ferina (male). Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from...
Common pochard or red-headed wigeon, Aythra ferina (male). Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-84332, Greylag goose, Anser anser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Greylag goose, Anser anser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of Br...
Greylag goose, Anser anser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1775R-16947, Business people working in modern office
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Stock Photo #4409-71990, Great auks standing on the edge of a cliff. The Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) was a large, flightless alcid bird that became extinct in the mid-19th century.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descript
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Great auks standing on the edge of a cliff. The Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) was a large, flightless alcid bird that became...
Great auks standing on the edge of a cliff. The Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) was a large, flightless alcid bird that became extinct in the mid-19th century.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descript
Stock Photo #1775R-16998, Professor writing on whiteboard in classroom
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Stock Photo #1775R-16992, College students taking test in classroom
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Stock Photo #4409-71752, The Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) is a marine chelicerate arthropod. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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The Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) is a marine chelicerate arthropod. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-66477, Crested peacock, Indian or blue peafowl, Pavo cristatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Crested peacock, Indian or blue peafowl, Pavo cristatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from h...
Crested peacock, Indian or blue peafowl, Pavo cristatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1065141, Portrait of a nurse and a paramedic
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Stock Photo #4409-67496, Ruff, with distinctive neck ruff of brown and black spots. Female (reeve) has no ruff.. . Philomachus pugnax (Tringa pugnax). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Bi
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Ruff, with distinctive neck ruff of brown and black spots. Female (reeve) has no ruff.. . Philomachus pugnax (Tringa pugnax). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Bi
Stock Photo #4409-84375, Wild or sour cherry tree with blossoms and fruit, Prunus cerasus. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Wild or sour cherry tree with blossoms and fruit, Prunus cerasus. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mr...
Wild or sour cherry tree with blossoms and fruit, Prunus cerasus. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #4409-71694, Common shelduck, Tadorna tadorna. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Common shelduck, Tadorna tadorna. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History...
Common shelduck, Tadorna tadorna. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-67962, Goosander, Mergus merganser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Goosander, Mergus merganser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of B...
Goosander, Mergus merganser. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1566-1314783, Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
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Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks,...
Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The biannual event attracts thousands of Goths, Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers and Metallers to the coastal town where Bram Stoker wrote the novel, Dracula.
Stock Photo #4409-68312, Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History o...
Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1775R-16969, Smiling college student sitting at desk in classroom
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Stock Photo #4409-70729, Ring ouzel, Turdus torquatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Ring ouzel, Turdus torquatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of ...
Ring ouzel, Turdus torquatus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-66049, Snowy white smew drake with black spots and streaks in the distinctive "cracked ice" pattern. . . "Latham says that he once discovered a few shrimps in the belly of one of those birds, and supposes them to be its chief food.". . Mergus albellus. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard
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Snowy white smew drake with black spots and streaks in the distinctive "cracked ice" pattern. . . "Latham says that he once d...
Snowy white smew drake with black spots and streaks in the distinctive "cracked ice" pattern. . . "Latham says that he once discovered a few shrimps in the belly of one of those birds, and supposes them to be its chief food.". . Mergus albellus. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard
Stock Photo #1775R-16790, Nurse tending patient in intensive care
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Stock Photo #4409-68201, Velvet scoter, Melanitta fusca. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Velvet scoter, Melanitta fusca. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History o...
Velvet scoter, Melanitta fusca. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1071947, Elevated view of boy writing mathematics on chalkboard (11-12)
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Stock Photo #1491R-1072085, Elevated view of mother helping daughter with homework (10-11)
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Stock Photo #1849-1425, Man shooting at large pencil
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Stock Photo #4409-69977, Northern wheatear, Oenanthe oenanthe. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Northern wheatear, Oenanthe oenanthe. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural His...
Northern wheatear, Oenanthe oenanthe. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-4963, Elderly Man Practicing Calligraphy
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Stock Photo #1839R-8067, The blueprints
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Stock Photo #4409-70277, Pied flycatcher with striking black and white plumage perched on a tree branch.. . Ficedula hypoleuca (Muscicapa atricapilla). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British B
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Pied flycatcher with striking black and white plumage perched on a tree branch.. . Ficedula hypoleuca (Muscicapa atricapilla). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British B
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Stock Photo #1491R-1071990, Elevated view of teacher assisting student with lesson (10-11)
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Stock Photo #4409-66222, Black guillemot or tystie, Cepphus grylle, with fish in its beak. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Black guillemot or tystie, Cepphus grylle, with fish in its beak. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donov...
Black guillemot or tystie, Cepphus grylle, with fish in its beak. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-71008, European shag, Phalacrocorax aristotelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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European shag, Phalacrocorax aristotelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural...
European shag, Phalacrocorax aristotelis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-67542, Common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4220-3580, CHRISTOPHER ROBIN MILNE, bear- loving son of A A Milne who wrote a succession of books about him, delighting millions but nauseating others. Date: 1920S
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CHRISTOPHER ROBIN MILNE, bear- loving son of A A Milne who wrote a succession of books about him, delighting millions but nauseating others. Date: 1920S
Stock Photo #4409-84348, Stone pine, Pinus pinea. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Stone pine, Pinus pinea. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #4409-70319, Spotted dove or pancou, Spilopelia chinensis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Spotted dove or pancou, Spilopelia chinensis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Nat...
Spotted dove or pancou, Spilopelia chinensis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-68787, Eurasian oystercatcher, Haematopus ostralegus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Eurasian oystercatcher, Haematopus ostralegus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Na...
Eurasian oystercatcher, Haematopus ostralegus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1839R-2212, Businessman Writing In A Book
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Stock Photo #4409-66107, Dartford warbler with dusky brownish head and back, rust-colored breast. . . Sylvia undata (Sylvia dartfordiensis). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794
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Dartford warbler with dusky brownish head and back, rust-colored breast. . . Sylvia undata (Sylvia dartfordiensis). . Edward ...
Dartford warbler with dusky brownish head and back, rust-colored breast. . . Sylvia undata (Sylvia dartfordiensis). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794
Stock Photo #4409-68575, Brown creeper, Certhia familiaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Brown creeper, Certhia familiaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Histor...
Brown creeper, Certhia familiaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1072490, Portrait of two golfers with a golf cart
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Stock Photo #4069-6943, Ben HECHT, 1894-1964, American novelist, screenwriter and playwright, wrote 1928 play The Front Page, which had several film versions
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Stock Photo #4409-69264, Hypohippus, extinct genus of three-toed horse, Dreihufige Ur-Pferde. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Hypohippus, extinct genus of three-toed horse, Dreihufige Ur-Pferde. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-68865, Frederic Cuvier (1773~1838) was a celebrated natural historian and scientist, like his famous younger brother Baron Georges Cuvier. Frederic was a member of the Academy of Sciences, and director of the zoo at the Museum of Natural History in Paris from 1804 to 1838. He edited the contributions of many distinguished scientists to the massive 60-volume Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles (1804~1830), and also wrote l'Histoire naturelle des Mammifères (1819~1828) with Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire.. . Po
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Frederic Cuvier (1773~1838) was a celebrated natural historian and scientist, like his famous younger brother Baron Georges Cuvier. Frederic was a member of the Academy of Sciences, and director of the zoo at the Museum of Natural History in Paris from 1804 to 1838. He edited the contributions of many distinguished scientists to the massive 60-volume Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles (1804~1830), and also wrote l'Histoire naturelle des Mammifères (1819~1828) with Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire.. . Po
Stock Photo #4409-65803, Irish Setter "Grouse II." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Irish Setter "Grouse II." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (...
Irish Setter "Grouse II." Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-67495, Robin redbreast, Erithacus rubecula. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Robin redbreast, Erithacus rubecula. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Robin redbreast, Erithacus rubecula. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-69236, Rough-coated St. Bernards. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Rough-coated St. Bernards. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw ...
Rough-coated St. Bernards. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #1775R-12405, Businesswoman writing in office
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Stock Photo #4409-71094, Peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, chained to a branch. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, chained to a branch. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from h...
Peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, chained to a branch. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-84436, Gadwall (female), Anas strepera. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Gadwall (female), Anas strepera. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1942-1064, DESCARTES RENE LA HAYE TURENA FRANCE 1596- ESTOCOLMO 1650 French philosopher scientific and mathematician He wrote the scientific texts La Dioptria La Geometra and El discurso del mtodo
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DESCARTES RENE LA HAYE TURENA FRANCE 1596- ESTOCOLMO 1650 French philosopher scientific and mathematician He wrote the scientific texts La Dioptria La Geometra and El discurso del mtodo
Stock Photo #4409-68307, Mistle thrush, Turdus viscivorus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Mistle thrush, Turdus viscivorus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-85560, Bay laurel tree, Laurus nobilis. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Bay laurel tree, Laurus nobilis. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #1839R-4964, Elderly Man Practicing Calligraphy
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Stock Photo #4409-27918, Housein Heiligenstandt, Vienna, Austria, in the Pfarrplatz, where Beethoven wrote the Symphony #3 "Eroica".
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Stock Photo #4409-71845, Rhamphorhynchus (Greek for "beak snout") is a genus of extinct long-tailed pterosaurs of the Jurassic period. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Rhamphorhynchus (Greek for "beak snout") is a genus of extinct long-tailed pterosaurs of the Jurassic period. . . Colour prin...
Rhamphorhynchus (Greek for "beak snout") is a genus of extinct long-tailed pterosaurs of the Jurassic period. . . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-71256, Marsh tit, Poecile palustris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Marsh tit, Poecile palustris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1491R-1071898, Low angle view of a young couple filling a golf scorecard
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Stock Photo #4409-65804, Yorkshire terrier, Italian greyhound and pug shown with tennis racquet and balls. Original painting by Charles Burton Barber (1845 – 1894), an English Victorian painter who specialized in paintings of children and their pets. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
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Yorkshire terrier, Italian greyhound and pug shown with tennis racquet and balls. Original painting by Charles Burton Barber (1845 – 1894), an English Victorian painter who specialized in paintings of children and their pets. Fine chromolithograph from Cassell's "Illustrated Book of the Dog" 1881. Author Vero Kemball Shaw (1854-1905) wrote many books about dogs and horses, and encyclopedic guides to kennels, stables and poultry yards.
Stock Photo #4409-69989, Grey or gray wagtail shown running along the water side.. . Motacilla cinerea (Motacilla boarula). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
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Grey or gray wagtail shown running along the water side.. . Motacilla cinerea (Motacilla boarula). . Edward Donovan (1768-183...
Grey or gray wagtail shown running along the water side.. . Motacilla cinerea (Motacilla boarula). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
Stock Photo #1775R-12487, Businesswoman writing at office desk
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Stock Photo #4409-67638, Common moorhen, Gallinula chloropus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Common moorhen, Gallinula chloropus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Common moorhen, Gallinula chloropus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-66524, European honey buzzard shown perched on tree stump.. . Pernis apivorus (Falco apivorus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
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European honey buzzard shown perched on tree stump.. . Pernis apivorus (Falco apivorus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an ...
European honey buzzard shown perched on tree stump.. . Pernis apivorus (Falco apivorus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
Stock Photo #1775R-16989, Professor walking by college students taking test in classroom
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Stock Photo #4409-66481, Eared grebe (horned grebe) with orange tufts of feathers behind the eye. "The nest is composed of twigs, roots and stalks of water plants, and usually found floating among the reeds and flags, nearly filled with water. The female lays four or five small white eggs which are hatched in the water.". . Podiceps auritus (Colymbus auritus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shell
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Eared grebe (horned grebe) with orange tufts of feathers behind the eye. "The nest is composed of twigs, roots and stalks of water plants, and usually found floating among the reeds and flags, nearly filled with water. The female lays four or five small white eggs which are hatched in the water.". . Podiceps auritus (Colymbus auritus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shell
Stock Photo #4409-85327, Barnacle goose, Branta leucopsis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Barnacle goose, Branta leucopsis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History...
Barnacle goose, Branta leucopsis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-66552, White wagtail perched on stump, with nest and two spotted eggs on the ground below.. . Motacilla alba. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
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White wagtail perched on stump, with nest and two spotted eggs on the ground below.. . Motacilla alba. . Edward Donovan (1768...
White wagtail perched on stump, with nest and two spotted eggs on the ground below.. . Motacilla alba. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
Stock Photo #4069-5521, Heiligenstadt, near Vienna, Austria, early 19th century engraving by Tobia (where Beethoven wrote the Heiligenstadt Testament)
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Heiligenstadt, near Vienna, Austria, early 19th century engraving by Tobia (where Beethoven wrote the Heiligenstadt Testament...
Heiligenstadt, near Vienna, Austria, early 19th century engraving by Tobia (where Beethoven wrote the Heiligenstadt Testament)
Stock Photo #4409-71399, Northern three-toed woodpecker, Picoides tridactylus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Northern three-toed woodpecker, Picoides tridactylus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his ...
Northern three-toed woodpecker, Picoides tridactylus. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-85531, Rosa caucasea with pink flower, bud and rosehips. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustration by John Lindley from his own "Rosarum Monographia, or a Botanical History of Roses," London, Ridgeway, 1820. Lindley (1799-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in roses and orchids. Lindley wrote and illustrated this monograph when just 22 years old. He went on to edit the "Botanical Register" from 1829 to 1847.
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Rosa caucasea with pink flower, bud and rosehips. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustration by John Lin...
Rosa caucasea with pink flower, bud and rosehips. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Watts from an illustration by John Lindley from his own "Rosarum Monographia, or a Botanical History of Roses," London, Ridgeway, 1820. Lindley (1799-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in roses and orchids. Lindley wrote and illustrated this monograph when just 22 years old. He went on to edit the "Botanical Register" from 1829 to 1847.
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Stock Photo #1491R-1072057, Elevated view of girl writing on chalkboard (10-11)
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Stock Photo #4282-7868, England, Kent, Margate. The Nayland Rock Shelter, a grade ll listed shelter on the seafront at Margate where T S Eliot wrote part lll of The Waste Land in 1921.
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England, Kent, Margate. The Nayland Rock Shelter, a grade ll listed shelter on the seafront at Margate where T S Eliot wrote ...
England, Kent, Margate. The Nayland Rock Shelter, a grade ll listed shelter on the seafront at Margate where T S Eliot wrote part lll of The Waste Land in 1921.
Stock Photo #1491R-1072080, Side view of girl doing homework (10-11)
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Stock Photo #4048-6718, William 'Bill' Tilghman (1854-1924), fought with Wyatt Earp during the Dodge City War (dates), went on the become a deputy US Marshal, in Oklahoma Territory. With fellow Marshalls, Heck Thomas and Chris Madsen, known as the Three Guardsmen they made 300 arrests. In 1915, he co-wrote, directed, and starred in the movie THE PASSING OF THE OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS. He died on November 1, 1924, after being shot by Wiley Lynn, a corrupt Prohibition Agent.
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William 'Bill' Tilghman (1854-1924), fought with Wyatt Earp during the Dodge City War (dates), went on the become a deputy US...
William 'Bill' Tilghman (1854-1924), fought with Wyatt Earp during the Dodge City War (dates), went on the become a deputy US Marshal, in Oklahoma Territory. With fellow Marshalls, Heck Thomas and Chris Madsen, known as the Three Guardsmen they made 300 arrests. In 1915, he co-wrote, directed, and starred in the movie THE PASSING OF THE OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS. He died on November 1, 1924, after being shot by Wiley Lynn, a corrupt Prohibition Agent.
Stock Photo #4409-70260, Dinocerata ("terrible horned") are extinct herbivorous, rhinoceros-like hoofed creatures with paired horns and tusks.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Dinocerata ("terrible horned") are extinct herbivorous, rhinoceros-like hoofed creatures with paired horns and tusks.. . Colo...
Dinocerata ("terrible horned") are extinct herbivorous, rhinoceros-like hoofed creatures with paired horns and tusks.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1839R-3962, Teacher Writing On Blackboard
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Stock Photo #4409-66611, Ancient coral reefs or Korallenbank als Bildstatte geologischer Schichten.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Ancient coral reefs or Korallenbank als Bildstatte geologischer Schichten.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder ...
Ancient coral reefs or Korallenbank als Bildstatte geologischer Schichten.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #1491R-1066583, Close up of a chalkboard with back to school written on it
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Stock Photo #4409-70615, Dunlin, Calidris alpina. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Dunlin, Calidris alpina. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of Briti...
Dunlin, Calidris alpina. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4435-10704, STOWE, Harriet Elizabeth Beecher (1811-1896). North American writter. US writer. She wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', a work written in. Engraving.
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STOWE, Harriet Elizabeth Beecher (1811-1896). North American writter. US writer. She wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', a work writte...
STOWE, Harriet Elizabeth Beecher (1811-1896). North American writter. US writer. She wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', a work written in. Engraving.
Stock Photo #1886-53490, Wrought iron window grates wooden doorways and a covered walkway create the Mexican style of this hotel in SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE - MEXICO
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Wrought iron window grates wooden doorways and a covered walkway create the Mexican style of this hotel in SAN MIGUEL DE ALLE...
Wrought iron window grates wooden doorways and a covered walkway create the Mexican style of this hotel in SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE - MEXICO
Stock Photo #4409-67916, Purple sandpiper, Calidris maritima. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Purple sandpiper, Calidris maritima. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural Hist...
Purple sandpiper, Calidris maritima. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4069-5743, Modling, near Vienna, Austria, where Ludwig van Beethoven stayed in 1821 and wrote 9th Symphony, 19th century engraving
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Stock Photo #4187-35547, Writer and Pilot Milt Jines,As an airline pilot Milt Jines flew DC-10 and Boeing 767 airliners. He wrote a book on the sights he has seen as a pilot.
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Writer and Pilot Milt Jines,As an airline pilot Milt Jines flew DC-10 and Boeing 767 airliners. He wrote a book on the sights...
Writer and Pilot Milt Jines,As an airline pilot Milt Jines flew DC-10 and Boeing 767 airliners. He wrote a book on the sights he has seen as a pilot.
Stock Photo #4409-84854, Alder tree with male and female inflorescences, Alnus glutinosa. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
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Alder tree with male and female inflorescences, Alnus glutinosa. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs...
Alder tree with male and female inflorescences, Alnus glutinosa. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn from nature by Mrs. Rebecca Hey from her own "Spirit of the Woods," London, Longman, Rees, 1837. Rebecca Hey was a Victorian writer, poet and artist who wrote "Moral of Flowers" 1833 and "Recollections of the Lakes" 1841. The plates were probably engraved by William Clark, former draughtsman to the London Horticultural Society, and engraver on Hey's previous book.
Stock Photo #4409-67128, Common seagull or mew gull shown swimming in a green sea.. . Larus canus. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
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Common seagull or mew gull shown swimming in a green sea.. . Larus canus. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish ama...
Common seagull or mew gull shown swimming in a green sea.. . Larus canus. . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819).
Stock Photo #4409-67465, Ichthyosaurus (from Greek ichthys 'fish' and sauros 'lizard') is an extinct genus of ichthyosaur from the Early Jurassic period.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Ichthyosaurus (from Greek ichthys 'fish' and sauros 'lizard') is an extinct genus of ichthyosaur from the Early Jurassic peri...
Ichthyosaurus (from Greek ichthys 'fish' and sauros 'lizard') is an extinct genus of ichthyosaur from the Early Jurassic period.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-66500, Ox-eye, purre, stint or sandpiper shown walking along the water edge.. . Calidris minutilla (Tringa cinclus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819)
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Ox-eye, purre, stint or sandpiper shown walking along the water edge.. . Calidris minutilla (Tringa cinclus). . Edward Donova...
Ox-eye, purre, stint or sandpiper shown walking along the water edge.. . Calidris minutilla (Tringa cinclus). . Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.. . Handcolored copperplate engraving from Edward Donovan's "The Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819)
Stock Photo #1491R-1071173, Close-up of young woman sitting on stool in library
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Stock Photo #1839R-4936, Mother And Daughter Learning And Coloring
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Stock Photo #4409-70473, Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
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Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour...
Elasmotherium was an extinct genus of giant rhinoceros native to Asia during the Pliocene through Pleistocene eras.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natural historian Wilhelm Bolsche wrote the descriptive text.
Stock Photo #4409-66185, Grey heron, Ardea cinerea. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Grey heron, Ardea cinerea. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of Bri...
Grey heron, Ardea cinerea. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-68494, Spotted crake, Porzana porzana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Spotted crake, Porzana porzana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History o...
Spotted crake, Porzana porzana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #1566-1021585, europe, greece, dodecanese, patmos island, grotto of the apocalypse, where saint John wrote the apocalypse, beliver praying
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Stock Photo #4409-67735, Great cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819). Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Great cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural His...
Great cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds" (1794-1819). Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
Stock Photo #4409-70535, Great northern loon or diver, Gavia immer. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.
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Great northern loon or diver, Gavia immer. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natura...
Great northern loon or diver, Gavia immer. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his own "Natural History of British Birds," London, 1794-1819. Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was an Anglo-Irish amateur zoologist, writer, artist and engraver. He wrote and illustrated a series of volumes on birds, fish, shells and insects, opened his own museum of natural history in London, but later he fell on hard times and died penniless.

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