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1881 portrait of Charles Robert Darwin (12 February 1809 - 19 April 1882) English Naturalist and author of the Origin of Species. 1922 Hand coloured portrait aquatint of Darwin by G. Sidney Hunt after...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / 1881 portrait of Charles Robert Darwin (12 February 1809 - 19 April 1882) English Naturalist and author of the Origin of Species. 1922 Hand coloured portrait aquatint of Darwin by G. Sidney Hunt after...
An adult Coot (Fulica atra) running across the surface of a lake, Derbyshire, England, UK, March 2010. Did you know? It is a current theory that dinosaurs such as Archaeopteryx developed wings to help...  -  Andrew Parkinson / 2020VISION
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Andrew Parkinson / 2020VISION / An adult Coot (Fulica atra) running across the surface of a lake, Derbyshire, England, UK, March 2010. Did you know? It is a current theory that dinosaurs such as Archaeopteryx developed wings to help...
The history of life, proposed by  Swiss-American naturalist Louis Agassiz. Agassiz would disagree strongly with Darwin's theory of evolution. This diagram from 1855 shows how he understood biological...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / The history of life, proposed by Swiss-American naturalist Louis Agassiz. Agassiz would disagree strongly with Darwin's theory of evolution. This diagram from 1855 shows how he understood biological...
Frontispiece to Alexander Winchell's 'Preadamites or a demonstration of the existence of men before Adam', 1880. Winchell was a theistic evolutionist who believed that Adam in the bible was not relate...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Frontispiece to Alexander Winchell's 'Preadamites or a demonstration of the existence of men before Adam', 1880. Winchell was a theistic evolutionist who believed that Adam in the bible was not relate...
Comparison of the femur of a modern Three toed sloth and extinct giant sloth Scleidotherium spp. Scelidotherium (including the femur) found by Darwin. The discovery of these giant extinct relatives of...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Comparison of the femur of a modern Three toed sloth and extinct giant sloth Scleidotherium spp. Scelidotherium (including the femur) found by Darwin. The discovery of these giant extinct relatives of...
Skull of an Asian elephant (without its tusks) showing how the high nasal orifice for the trunk gives the impression of a single large eye socket. There is evidence that fossil elephant skulls (prehis...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Skull of an Asian elephant (without its tusks) showing how the high nasal orifice for the trunk gives the impression of a single large eye socket. There is evidence that fossil elephant skulls (prehis...
Photograph of Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz (1807-1873) shown teaching at a blackboard. Agassiz was a Swiss- American palaeontologist, geologist and glaciologist, and the main opponent to Darwin's Theor...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Photograph of Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz (1807-1873) shown teaching at a blackboard. Agassiz was a Swiss- American palaeontologist, geologist and glaciologist, and the main opponent to Darwin's Theor...
Man giving theory lesson as part of a dive course, Honduras.  -  Roberto Rinaldi
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Roberto Rinaldi / Man giving theory lesson as part of a dive course, Honduras.
1881 portrait of Charles Robert Darwin ( 12 February 1809 - 19 April 1882), English Naturalist and author of the Origin of Species. 1922 Hand coloured portrait aquatint of Darwin by G. Sidney Hunt aft...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / 1881 portrait of Charles Robert Darwin ( 12 February 1809 - 19 April 1882), English Naturalist and author of the Origin of Species. 1922 Hand coloured portrait aquatint of Darwin by G. Sidney Hunt aft...
Two of Darwin's staunchest supporters in the field during a trip to the Rockies in 1877. Left (seated) British botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker, the director of Kew and one of Charles Darwin's close frie...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Two of Darwin's staunchest supporters in the field during a trip to the Rockies in 1877. Left (seated) British botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker, the director of Kew and one of Charles Darwin's close frie...
Two of Darwin's staunchest supporters in the field during a trip to the Rockies in 1877. Centre (seated) British botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker, the director of Kew and one of Charles Darwin's close fr...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Two of Darwin's staunchest supporters in the field during a trip to the Rockies in 1877. Centre (seated) British botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker, the director of Kew and one of Charles Darwin's close fr...
Illustration of 'Prof. Darwin' coloured lithograph by Faustin Betbeder, with original Shakespeare quotes in text below. Front page of the 'Figaro' paper N. 475, London Wednesday February 18th 1874. It...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration of 'Prof. Darwin' coloured lithograph by Faustin Betbeder, with original Shakespeare quotes in text below. Front page of the 'Figaro' paper N. 475, London Wednesday February 18th 1874. It...
Tinted lithograph (colour enhanced version) by W.R. Woods appearing as the frontis to Isabella Duncan's 'Pre-Adamite Man'. The layers of the drawing are appropriately stacked like the strata of the ro...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Tinted lithograph (colour enhanced version) by W.R. Woods appearing as the frontis to Isabella Duncan's 'Pre-Adamite Man'. The layers of the drawing are appropriately stacked like the strata of the ro...
Portrait of Reverend Thomas Malthus, author of 'An Essay on the Principle of Population'. Mezzotint with later hand colouring painted and engraved by John Linnell, published 1834 by Dominic Colnaghi....  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Reverend Thomas Malthus, author of 'An Essay on the Principle of Population'. Mezzotint with later hand colouring painted and engraved by John Linnell, published 1834 by Dominic Colnaghi....
First edition of Erasmus Darwin's 'Zoonomia', Part 1 'The Laws of Organic Life' with section revealing his remarkably prescient 'world without end' text on evolution. Erasmus Darwin was Charles Darwin...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / First edition of Erasmus Darwin's 'Zoonomia', Part 1 'The Laws of Organic Life' with section revealing his remarkably prescient 'world without end' text on evolution. Erasmus Darwin was Charles Darwin...
Portrait of Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802) from a picture by Wright of Derby, reproduced with later hand colouring by his grandson, Charles Darwin in 'Life of Erasmus Darwin' 1879 (Ernst Krause co-author)...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Portrait of Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802) from a picture by Wright of Derby, reproduced with later hand colouring by his grandson, Charles Darwin in 'Life of Erasmus Darwin' 1879 (Ernst Krause co-author)...
Illustration frontispiece from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684, the most popular geological work of the 17th century. Christ stands aside the full cycle of creation with the epit...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration frontispiece from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684, the most popular geological work of the 17th century. Christ stands aside the full cycle of creation with the epit...
Illustration with later hand colouring from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684. In it he postulates how the 'perfect' featureless earth of the creation is transformed by waters unle...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration with later hand colouring from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684. In it he postulates how the 'perfect' featureless earth of the creation is transformed by waters unle...
Illustration with later hand colouring from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684. In it he postulates how the 'perfect' featureless earth of the creation is transformed by waters unle...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Illustration with later hand colouring from Thomas Burnet's 'The Sacred Theory of the Earth' 1684. In it he postulates how the 'perfect' featureless earth of the creation is transformed by waters unle...