Showing 715 results

Archival description
Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790
Print preview View:

713 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Bittern

Drawing of a Great Bittern from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Asia, and Africa.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Bittern

Drawing of a Great Bittern from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Asia, and Africa.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Great Bittern

Drawing of a Great Bittern from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Asia, and Africa].

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Scarlet Ibis

Drawing of a Scarlet Ibis from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: South America and the Caribbean.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Common Kingfisher

Drawing of a pair of Common Kingfishers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Green Kingfisher

Drawing of a Green Kingfisher from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Central America and South America.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Green Tody

Drawing of a pair of Jamaican Todies from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Jamaica.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Bee-eater

Drawing of a pair of European Bee Eaters from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, and Central Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Common Indian Bee-eater

Drawing of a trio of Green Bee-eaters from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: West Africa, East Africa, the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

European Woodcok

Drawing of a pair of Eurasian Woodcocks from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe and Asia].

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Results 61 to 70 of 715