Animals in Art: Leftovers

A hodgepodge of animal art I hope you will enjoy.

Eastern quoll from the book The Mammals of Australia: Illustrated by Miss Harriett Scott, and Mrs. Helena Forde, by Gerard Krefft, 1871
Illustration by WS Berridge from The Book of the Animal Kingdom by William Percival Westell, 1910
“A Scene in South America with Rheas and Patagonian Cavies” from the book The Royal Natural History, Volume 3 by Richard Lydekker, 1893
Three plates from Anatomical and Zoological Researches: Comprising an Account of the Zoological Results of the Two Expeditions to Western Yunnan in 1868 and 1875; and a Monograph of the Two Cetacean Genera Platanista and Orcella by John Anderson, 1878
Two illustrations by Cuthbert E. Swan from the book The Wild Beasts of the World by Frank Finn, 1909
Bird now known as the emerald tanager
Illustrations from Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1869
Two dingo illustrations by J. Gould and H.C. Richter from The Mammals of Australia, Volume III by John Gould, 1869
Illustration of Sphenophalos by Margaret Colbert on the cover of a guide leaflet produced by the American Museum of Natural History, 1942 – 1948
Female nyala by Benson Moore, appearing in the book Wild Animals in and out of the Zoo by William M. Mann, 1930
Bush dog by Benson Moore, appearing in the book Wild Animals in and out of the Zoo by William M. Mann, 1930
Andean condor by Benson Moore, appearing in the book Wild Animals in and out of the Zoo by William M. Mann, 1930
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