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Choose from 62 pictures in our Seed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Creator: Vincent van Gogh Featured Print

The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Creator: Vincent van Gogh

The Sower, October 1888, (1947). Man broadcasting seed in a field against a sun low on the horizon. Painting in the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. From "Vincent Van Gogh", by Ludwig Goldscheider and Wilhelm Uhde. [Phaidon Press Ltd, Oxford and London, 1947]

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A carved and decorated nut, worn as a pendant on a necklace Featured Print

A carved and decorated nut, worn as a pendant on a necklace

A carved and decorated nut, worn as a pendant on a necklace. The object is split to represent the mouth. If the lower part of it is flipped with the thumb nail a sound results which is similar to a frog croaking. The beads were worn by young men as a necklace and used to atract girls during courtship Country of Origin: New Guinea. Culture: Oceanic. Date/Period: Late 19th C. Place of Origin: Sepik River region. Material Size: Nut with beads and feather. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Private collection . Location: 01

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Durva Agrostis Linearis of Dr Koenig, 1799 Featured Print

Durva Agrostis Linearis of Dr Koenig, 1799

Durva Agrostis Linearis of Dr Koenig, 1799. Johann Gerhard Koenig (1728-1785) was a German botanist and physician who worked as naturalist for the Nawab of Arcot in India. He described numerous plants used in Indian medicine. A print from Asiatic Researches or Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal, for Inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences and Literature of Asia, Vol IV, by J Sewell, Vernor and Hood, J Cuthell, J Walker, R Lea, Lackington, Allen and Co, Otridge and Son, R Faulder and J Scatchered, 1799

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