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Seashell Art

There is something deeply appealing about seashells to most people. Picking up shells is irresistible when walking on a beach. Perhaps its because seashells often have such perfect shapes? Perhaps it's because they have long been associated with magical powers? For example, seashells were associated with the powers of sea gods and goddesses in many cultures - in ancient Greece, Aphrodite, the goddess of love, was usually shown held aloft on a giant shell. Seashells used to be used as money in some pacific islands.

We have a fantastic range of seashell art prints. Shell collecting was popular eighteenth- and nineteenth-century pastimes, as it was an era of exploration. Shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought to fill the curiosity cabinets considered indispensable in the well-appointed home.

We make our prints with superb pigmented inks and heavyweight 300gsm German fine art paper made from 100% cotton and spring water.

Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Olive seashells.Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the genteel..
US$20.00
Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Olive seashells (II)Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the gen..
US$20.00
Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Olive seashells (III)Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the ge..
US$20.00
Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Olive seashells.(IV)Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the gen..
US$20.00
Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Olive seashells.(VI)Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the gen..
US$20.00
Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Oyster and other seashells.Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and ..
US$20.00
Fine art print inspired by zoological illustrations from the early 1800s by George Shaw.Features Pearl Oyster with pearls (Mytilus margaritiferus)...
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Fine art print inspired by zoological illustrations from the early 1800s by George Shaw.Features Pearly Nautilus (Nautilus pompilus)...
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Fine art print inspired by zoological illustrations from the early 1800s by George Shaw.Features Pearly Nautilus (Nautilus pompilus)...
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Fine art print inspired by zoological illustrations from the early 1800s by George Shaw.Features Pearly Nautilus (With animal in it expanding its sail)...
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Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Razor and Jack Knife Clam seashells.Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collec..
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Fine art print inspired by a lithograph from the late 1800s by Emil Hanselmann.Features scallop and oyster shells...
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Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of Spotted Volute seashells.Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and th..
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Fine art print inspired by a lithograph from the late 1800s by Emil Hanselmann.Features tropical cone and murex shells...
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Fine art print of seashells inspired by an engraving from the early 1800s by George Sowerby.Featuresa collection of tropical cone seashells.Shell collecting was a popular 18th and 19th century pastime. During this era of exploration, shells from exotic lands were eagerly sought by collectors and the..
US$20.00
Fine art print inspired by a lithograph from the late 1800s by Emil Hanselmann.Features tropical cone shells...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Abalone shells. The highly iridescent inner layer of the shell of abalone has traditionally been used as a decorative item, in jewellry, buttons, and as inlay in furniture and in musical instrument..
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Conch shells. Pearls from the Queen Conch are rare and have been collectors' items since Victorian times...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Cowrie shells.The shells of cowries were used for centuries as a currency all over the world...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Helix shells...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Limpet shells...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Murex shells. The word murex was used by Aristotle in reference to these kinds of snails, thus making it one of the oldest classical seashell names still in use by the scientific community...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Mussel and Clam shells. Humans have used mussels and clams as food for thousands of years and continue to do so...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Nautilus shells (Argonauta and Nautilus). Fossil records indicate that nautiloids have not evolved much during the last 500 million years!..
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Pinna or Pen shells. The Noble Pen Shell or Fan Mussel, is a species of large saltwater clam endemic to the Mediterranean Sea...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Razor or Solen shells...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Scallop shells. Many scallops are highly prized as a food source as well as valued by shell collectors and have been used since ancient times as motifs in art and design...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Thorny Oyster shells. Archaeological evidence shows that people in Neolithic Europe were trading the shells to make bangles and other ornaments as long as 5,000 years ago...
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Fine art print of sea shells inspired by an engraving made in the early 1800s by Abraham Rees.Features Volute shells...
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