Animals everything

By Marc, Franz - Cow and wild boar

By Marc, Franz – Cow and wild boar

By Seymour, J. - Rabbit

By Seymour, J. – Rabbit

By Dürer - Seated ape

By Dürer – Seated ape

By Raphael - Mounted on an elephant

By Raphael – Mounted on an elephant

By Hoefnagel, J. - Study of a dodo bird profile

By Hoefnagel, J. – Study of a dodo bird profile

By Brun, Charles - studies of a brown bear, front view and profile

By Brun, Charles – studies of a brown bear, front view and profile

By Pisanello's School - Leopard

By Pisanello’s School – Leopard

By Bruegel, Pieter - Buffalo

By Bruegel, Pieter – Buffalo

By Bonaparte, Charles L. - Owl

By Bonaparte, Charles L. – Owl

By Barye, A. L. - Sketches of leopards

By Barye, A. L. – Sketches of leopards

By Delacroix - Lion lying

By Delacroix – Lion lying

By Pisanello - Standing fox

By Pisanello – Standing fox

By Oudry, J. B.- A study of bird flying

By Oudry, J. B.- A study of bird flying

By Ward, James - Seated husky

By Ward, James – Seated husky

By Burne-Jones, E. C. - Study of a little bird looking skyward

By Burne-Jones, E. C. – Study of a little bird looking skyward

By Picasso - Toros

By Picasso – Toros

By Gaudier-Brzeska - Unknown title

By Gaudier-Brzeska – Unknown title

By Delacroix - Sketches of roaring felines

By Delacroix – Sketches of roaring felines

By Dürer - Stag beetle

By Dürer – Stag beetle

By anoymous artist of The Stone Age in Lascaux Caves - Dun horse

By anoymous artist of The Stone Age in Lascaux Caves – Dun horse

By Marc, Franz - Gazelle

By Marc, Franz – Gazelle

By myself - A goat in profile

By myself – A goat in profile

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  1. Love the different interpretations of life! The best one for me is the dodo – spontaneous I feel close to him… He has the same problem – he can´t fly… Merry Christmas, Nessy from the happinessygirls

    • Hi Nessy, this as you like, would be the main key of everything: the different interpretations, like the infinite colours in our lives. The belgian Joris loved the science as you and his drawings were accurate as we can see on the feathers of this extinct creature. This artist was an Humanist as Da Vinci and he have a lot of skills in different subjects. Oh darling, thanks so much for your wise comment. Have a nice day 🙂

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