Otto Eerelman [Dutch, 1839-1926] - Blue-fronted Amazon (Amazona aestiva), oil on canvas, 35,5x26,5 cm
Cocos, Francisco Oller, 1893. Fuente.
Travel in South America (Brazil, Eastern Republic of Uruguay, Argentina, Patagonia, the Republic of Chile, the Republic of Bolivia, the Republic of Peru), performed during the years 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832 and 1833 on Flickr.
By Orbigny, Alcide Dessalines d ‘, 1802-1857
Publication info Paris: Pitois-Levrault 0.1835 to 47.
Book of the Week Collection
Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University
A moleskine sketchbook was given to me a few years ago and I thought it was the best present ever, but no matter how hard I tried and tried, I can’t manage to comfortably ink on it. I always see in the Internet a lot of amazing ink drawings made on these sketchbooks.
I guess I’m supposed to draw on it only with the micron, without making a prior sketch. But that isn’t handy for me, I prefer my dip pen (is cheaper and faster) :(
Apparently I can’t have a nice binding and a paper appropriate to my means at the same time.
illustration from Picture Atlas of popular scientific natural history of vertebrates by Leopold Joseph Fitzinger, 1867
Whitley’s Hybrid Passion-flower. Plate from ‘Flora Conspicua’ by Richard Morris. Drawn and engraved from living specimens by William Clark.
Published 1826 by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green in London
Pomegranate, Worm, and Peach.
Illuminator: Joris Hoefnagel, 1591 - 1596.
scribe: Georg Bocskay, 1561 - 1562.
Watercolors, gold and silver paint, and ink on parchment.
Leaf: 16.6 x 12.4 cm
Source: The J. Paul Getty Museum.
From The Vessels of Hermes- an Alchemical Album (ca. 1700). More info and links here.
Lion Dancer, Flutist, and Boy
Artist/maker unknown, Japanese
Made in Japan, Edo Period (1615-1868)
Late 18th - early 19th century
Ink and color on paper
Philadelphia Museum of Art