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Choose from 42 pictures in our House Rat collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Douniamag-Australia-Lifestyle-Wildlife-Animals-Snakes Featured House Rat Print

Douniamag-Australia-Lifestyle-Wildlife-Animals-Snakes

This picture taken on August 5, 2013 shows a green tree snake recovered by snake catcher Andrew Melrose from a house in Sydney. They are the nightmare tenants who can live undetected alongside Australian families for years: the world's deadliest snakes. Australia is home to some of the most venomous species including the lethal eastern brown, which thrive in urban areas where rubbish bins attract prey such as rats and mice. AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

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The rats leaving a falling house Featured House Rat Print

The rats leaving a falling house

The rats leaving a falling house. A simpler and less animated composition on the same general idea as Edward W. Clay's.00001 (no. 1831-1). Again Jackson is seated in a collapsing chair, with the Altar of Reform toppling next to him, and rats scurrying at his feet. The rats are (left to right): Secretary of War John H. Eaton, Secretary of the Navy John Branch, Secretary of State Martin Van Buren, and Treasury Secretary Samuel D. Ingham. Jackson's spectacles are pushed up over his forehead, and his foot is planted firmly on the tail of the Van Buren rat. Resignations fill the air behind him, and a pillar marked Public confidence in the stability of this admistration sic falls to the left. There seem to be at least two versions of the print, not counting Clay's.00001. The present version seems to be a close but inferior copy of the print by the same title attributed to Edward W. Clay by both Murrell and Davison. The latter has the legend Washington 1831 printed in the lower margin. Davison quotes from an April 25 entry in John Quincy Adams'diary saying that Two thousand copies of this print have been sold in Philadelphia this day. Ten thousand copies have been struck off, and will all be disposed of within a fortnight. It is unclear, however, whether Adams was referring to a version of The Rats leaving a Falling House or to Clay's.00001 which was produced and published in Philadelphia and deposited for copyright on May 5. Date 1831. The rats leaving a falling house. A simpler and less animated composition on the same general idea as Edward W. Clay's.00001 (no. 1831-1). Again Jackson is seated in a collapsing chair, with the Altar of Reform toppling next to him, and rats scurrying at his feet. The rats are (left to right): Secretary of War John H. Eaton, Secretary of the Navy John Branch, Secretary of State Martin Van Buren, and Treasury Secretary Samuel D. Ingham. Jackson's spectacles are pushed up over his forehead, and his foot is planted firmly on the tail of

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10603691

Black RAT- at the back of Sudarshan Hotel, Jaisalmer Featured House Rat Print

Black RAT- at the back of Sudarshan Hotel, Jaisalmer

DH-3467
Black RAT- at the back of Sudarshan Hotel, Jaisalmer
Rajasthan, northwest India.
Rattus rattus
Also known as House / Roof Rat. Found on all continents, but believed to be native to india.
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Don Hadden/ardea.com