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Ok are extremely rare it is now available for the first time in a paperback edition beautifully reproducing his drawings and watercolours While the variety and detail of Haeckel's drawings display an impressive understan. Haeckel s 1862 atlas of the biological classification of radiolarians is still used as a reference by scientists He recorded described and arranged them systematically The short essay on his life and work talks about his influences most notably Darwin and also how his illustrations have in turn influenced art and design They go way beyond simple scientific illustrationThat is the appeal for me the skeletons of these single celled ocean dwellers have an other worldly and mysterious abstract and organic beauty Enchanting and inspiring

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Art Forms From The Ocean The Radiolarian Atlas Of 1862

At the nexus of art and science this dazzling new edition of Ernst Haeckel's first work reintroduces the genius of an enigmatic scientist and passionate observer of the natural world Although original editions of this bo. Ernst Haeckel was one of those talents that united science with art in a way that will last This is his legacy He drew looking through the microscope in amazing detail and artistic prowess the life forms that he discovered Something that we now still vallue even if digital imaging and instant recording has come a long time ago His patient hand and mind will last in his plates reproduced in many forms And even his art will be imitated not because it is needed as a recording means but for the beauty of it

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Ding of biological structure the skill with which Haeckel drew these tiny auatic protozoa renders them genuine works of art This volume features commentary and descriptions of each of the radiolarians from Haeckel's work. Beautifully illustrated with a great bit of information at the front on Ernst himself and the project that this book is all about Very interesting read into his studies the passion is a man who s interests lie comfortably between art and biology


7 thoughts on “Art Forms From The Ocean The Radiolarian Atlas Of 1862

  1. says:

    This is such a beautiful and inspiring book Ernst Haeckle observed simple life forms called radiolarion and produced these amazing illustrations I spent a long time studying this book for inspiration for my art degree These creature

  2. says:

    Ernst Haeckel was one of those talents that united science with art in a way that will last This is his legacy He drew looking through the microscope in amazing detail and artistic prowess the life forms that he discovered Something that we now still vallue even if digital imaging and instant recording has come a long time

  3. says:

    Haeckel's 1862 atlas of the biological classification of radiolarians is still used as a reference by scientists He recorded described and arranged them systematically The short essay on his life and work talks about his influences most notably Darwin and also how his illustrations have in turn influenced art and design They go way beyond simple scientific illustrationThat is the appeal for me the skeletons of

  4. says:

    This book is just so beautiful and awesome Haekel dedicated his life to collecting and drawing microscopic sea life and his drawings actually hugely influenced art and design The radiolarians are marvelously geometrical strange lookin

  5. says:

    Beautifully illustrated with a great bit of information at the front on Ernst himself and the project that this book is all about Very interesting read into his studies; the passion is a man who’s interests lie comfortably between art and biology

  6. says:

    beautiful like I dreamed of when I first saw what things look like under a microscope would still like to do paintings based on something lik

  7. says:

    This is a beautiful book of drawings I have no particular interest in ocean life but the detail with which Haeckel has drawn these organisms is stunning