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Choose from 443 pictures in our Science 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 Universal Images Group (UIG).


Featured Science Print

Geocentric universe showing the Earth surrounded by the spheres of water, air and fire

Geocentric universe showing the Earth surrounded by the spheres of water, air and fire, and by the spheres of the Moon, Sun and planets and the sphere of the fixed stars. Beyond these lies Heaven with the hierarchies of angels and the abode of God, represented here by the dove of the Holy Spirit. From Robert Fludd Ultriusque cosmi... historia, Oppenheim, 1617-1619. Engraving

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Featured Science Print

Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, resting on vertical schist, at Siccar Point

Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, resting on vertical schist, at Siccar Point, Berwickshire, illustrating nonconformable strata, and so long geological time scale. In his biography of Hutton, Playfair, remembering being taken to Siccar Point by his teacher, wrote The mind seemed to grow giddy looking so far into the abyss of time: and while we listened with earnestness and admiration to the philosopher who was now unfolding to us the order and series of these wonderful events, we became sensible how much farther reason may sometimes go than imagination can venture to follow. From Charles Lyell A Manual of Elementary Geology, London, 1852

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Franklin's kite experiment, c1752. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) American scientist

Franklin's kite experiment, c1752. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) American scientist, statesman, diplomat, author, printer and publisher, flying a kite in a thunderstorm and about to draw a spark from a metal key attached to the kite string, proving the electrical nature of thunderstorms. From Annals of Industry and Genius, CL Brightwell, (London, 1869). Wood engraving

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