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Philosophers Gallery

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Choose from 60 pictures in our Philosophers 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Granger Art on Demand.


Featured Philosophers Print

Frontispiece and title page of a 1717 edition of 'Logic; or, the Art of Thinking,' by Antoine Arnaud and Pierre Nicole, donated to the Library Company of Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin, whose signature appears in the top right

ARNAULD & NICOLE: LOGIC.
Frontispiece and title page of a 1717 edition of 'Logic; or, the Art of Thinking,' by Antoine Arnaud and Pierre Nicole, donated to the Library Company of Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin, whose signature appears in the top right

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1717, 18th Century, American, Antoine, Arnauld, Art Of Thinking, Book, Carousel Collection, English, Engraving, Forum, French, Frontis Piece, Library Company, Logic, Man, Mid, Nicole, North, Philadelphia, Philosopher, Pierre, Signature, Table, Text, Writing

Featured Philosophers Print

Greek mathematician and inventor. Archimedes' invention of a system of mirrors designed to focus the sun's rays on hostile ships to ignite them: line engraving, 17th century, after Athanasius Kircher

ARCHIMEDES (287?-212 B.C.).
Greek mathematician and inventor. Archimedes' invention of a system of mirrors designed to focus the sun's rays on hostile ships to ignite them: line engraving, 17th century, after Athanasius Kircher

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Ancient, Archimedes, Engraving, Exterior, Hellenic Republic, Invention, Inventor, Iron Age, Maritime, Mathematician, Mirror, Philosopher, Physics, Research, Science, Sun, War Ship, Warfare, Weapon

Featured Philosophers Print

The Diapason closing full in man. Copper engraving by Jean Theodore de Bry from Robert Fludd's 'Tomus Secundus...distributa,' 1619, illustrating Fludd's hermetic philosophy of the harmony between body and soul

FLUDD: HARMONY, 1619.
The Diapason closing full in man. Copper engraving by Jean Theodore de Bry from Robert Fludd's 'Tomus Secundus...distributa,' 1619, illustrating Fludd's hermetic philosophy of the harmony between body and soul

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1619, De, De Bry, Diapason, Early, English, Engraving, Fludd, Hermetic Philosophy, Jean, Men, Robert, Soul, Theodore, Tomus Secundus