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Fantails Gallery

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Choose from 175 pictures in our Fantails collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


New Zealand Fantail (Melanistic var. on left) Featured Fantails Print

New Zealand Fantail (Melanistic var. on left)

New Zealand Fantail 'Piwakawaka', Rhipidura fuliginosa (Melanistic variety on left). Artwork by JG Keulemans from Sir Walter Lawry Buller's 'A History of the Birds of New Zealand', Vol.1 Plate 8 Date: 1888

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

A History Of The Birds Of New Zealand, Animal, Aves, Bird, Buller, Fantail, Historical, History, Illustration, Jg Keulemans, John Gerrard Keulemans, Keulemans, New Zealand Fantail, Painting, Passeriformes, Passerine, Rhipidura, Rhipidura Fuliginosa, Rhipiduridae, Sauropsid, Sauropsida, Watercolor, Watercolour

Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893 Featured Fantails Print

Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893

Pigeons: 1) Black German Nun (Altdeutscher Mohrenkopf); 2 - 3) Nuremberg swallow (NAOErnberger Schwalbentaube); 4) German Shield Owl, red (Deutsches SchildmA?vchen, rot); 5) Antwerp carrier pigeon (Antwerpener Brieftaube); 6) Old German tail owl (FarbenschwA?nziges deutsches MA?wchen); 7) Fantail pigeon (WeiA?schwA?nzige Pfauentaube); 8) Ice pigeon (Eistaube); 9) Danish Tumbler (DA?nischer TAOEmmler); 10) Dutch Cropper (HollA?ndischer ElsterkrA?pfer); 11) Long-beaked tumbler (Langschnabel-TAOEmmler); 12) Archangel pigeon (Gimpeltaube); 13) Fantail pigeon (WeiA?bindige Pfauentaube); 14) Konigsberg Moorhead (KA?nigsberger Mohrenkopf-TAOEmmler); 15) Poeranian pouter, white (Pommerscher KrA?pfer, weiA?); 16) Jacobin Pigeon, or Capuchine pigeon (GemA?nchte PerAOEckentaube); 17) Florentine pigeon (Florentiner Taube); 18) Monk pigeon (MA?nchtaube); 19) Bokhara Trumpeter (Bucharische Trommeltaube); 20) Brunner Pouter (BrAOEnner KrA?pfer). Lithograph, published in 1893

Pigeons - English Fantails or Garden Fantails Featured Fantails Print

Pigeons - English Fantails or Garden Fantails

A portrait of a Black, White and Blue English Fantail pictured inside their coop. The English Fantail is a highly developed breed of fancy and exhibition pigeon, and sub-variety of the Fantail, and believed to have originated in Asia. As illustrated, the fan shaped tail has 30 to 40 feathers. Date: circa 1880s

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library