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Human Collection

Human beings are members of the Hominidae family, a group of mammals that includes gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans

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Background imageHuman Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378

Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
Lascaux II replica of a Lascaux cave painting. These are deer and auroch figures in the Great Hall of the Bulls. The original Lascaux cave was closed to the public in 1963

Background imageHuman Collection: Engraving of a human skull

Engraving of a human skull
Collected from the Admiralty Islands in the south-western Pacific, on The Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger (1872-1876) was funded by the British Government for the purpose of scientific discovery

Background imageHuman Collection: Sensory homunculus

Sensory homunculus
This model shows what a mans body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its sensory perception

Background imageHuman Collection: Homo erectus (Sangiran 17), H. sapiens (?) H. neanderthalens

Homo erectus (Sangiran 17), H. sapiens (?) H. neanderthalens
L to R, cast of Homo erectus, (Sangiran 17), Sangiran, Java, 700, 000 years old; cast of recent Homo sapiens skull from South East Asia; cast of Neanderthal skull from La Ferrassie, France, 50

Background imageHuman Collection: Motor homunculus

Motor homunculus
This model shows what a mans body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its movement

Background imageHuman Collection: Stages in human evolution

Stages in human evolution
Human evolution. Illustration showing stages in the evolution of humans. At left, proconsul (23-15 million years ago) is depicted hypothetically as an African ape with both primitive

Background imageHuman Collection: Hominid crania

Hominid crania
L to R: Australopithecus africanus; Homo rudolfensis; H.erectus; H. heildebergensis; H. neanderthalensis and H. sapiens. Arranged in chronological order these specimens (casts)

Background imageHuman Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7382

Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7382
Lascaux II replica of a Lascaux cave painting. These are horse and cow figures in the central gallery. The original Lascaux cave was closed to the public in 1963

Background imageHuman Collection: 1863 Huxley from Ape to Man evolution

1863 Huxley from Ape to Man evolution
Ordered series of primate skeletons. The Frontis engraving by Waterhouse Hawkins from the first edition of Huxleys 1863 " Evidences as to Mans Place in Nature"

Background imageHuman Collection: Illustration of Australopithecus, Homo habilis and Homo sapiens skulls

Illustration of Australopithecus, Homo habilis and Homo sapiens skulls

Background imageHuman Collection: Liver

Liver
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a section through a liver (x 7000), an organ that has over 500 functions in the human body (x 800)

Background imageHuman Collection: Cro-magnon and Neanderthal skull comparison

Cro-magnon and Neanderthal skull comparison
Side view comparison of casts of Cro-Magnon skull from Brno, Czech Republic, Upper Palaeolithic (right), and Neanderthal skull from La Chapelle, France, Middle Palaeolithic (left)

Background imageHuman Collection: Human cell

Human cell
Illustration of a highly magnified section through a human cell. Page 8 from Human Biology, 1977

Background imageHuman Collection: Primate skulls

Primate skulls. Coloured x-rays of the skulls of a gorilla (Gorilla gorilla, left), chimpanzee (Pan trogoldytes, centre) and human (Homo sapien, left)

Background imageHuman Collection: Artwork of the stages in human evolution

Artwork of the stages in human evolution
Human evolution. Illustration showing stages in the evolution of humans. At left, proconsul (23-15 million years ago) is depicted hypothetically as an African ape with both primitive

Background imageHuman Collection: 1863 Huxley from Ape to Man, age-toned

1863 Huxley from Ape to Man, age-toned
Ordered series of primate skeletons. The Frontis engraving by Waterhouse Hawkins from the first edition of Huxleys 1863 " Evidences as to Mans Place in Nature"

Background imageHuman Collection: Hominid reconstructions in chronological order

Hominid reconstructions in chronological order
From left to right: Australopithecus, Early Homo erectus (Java Man), Late Homo erectus (Peking Man), Homo heidelbergensis (Rhodesian Man), Neanderthal man and Homo sapiens (Cro-Magnon)

Background imageHuman Collection: Triatoma infestans, kissing bug

Triatoma infestans, kissing bug
This insect is a member of the Triatomine group, which are associated with the transmission of disease to humans

Background imageHuman Collection: Homo sp. skulls C016 / 5933

Homo sp. skulls C016 / 5933
Side views of Homo erectus (Sangiran), H. heidelbergensis (Broken Hill), H. neanderthalensis, (La Ferrassie) and H. sapiens (Polynesia) skulls. Natural History Museum, London, UK

Background imageHuman Collection: Skeleton of Negrillo or pigmy

Skeleton of Negrillo or pigmy
A skeleton of a female pygmy from the Akka Tribe, Monnattu, central Africa. Specimen presented by Dr Emin Pasha, 1887. Photograph by J Benjamin Stone in 1907

Background imageHuman Collection: Adolescent, 12, Wearing Earrings and a Suit, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Adolescent, 12, Wearing Earrings and a Suit, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Adolescent, 12, Wearing Earrings and a Suit, 1850s

Background imageHuman Collection: Red Lady of Paviland femur C016 / 5028

Red Lady of Paviland femur C016 / 5028
Red Lady of Paviland femur. This fossil femur, stained red with ochre, is part of a human fossil skeleton (Homo sapiens) known as the Red Lady of Paviland (Paviland 1)

Background imageHuman Collection: Human red blood corpuscles

Human red blood corpuscles
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) of red blood cells showing their characteristic biconcave shape which increases the surface area for diffusion

Background imageHuman Collection: A naturalist being mobbed by Pteroglossus beauharnaesii, cur

A naturalist being mobbed by Pteroglossus beauharnaesii, cur
Illustration from Henry Walter Bates The Naturalist on the Amazons (1884)

Background imageHuman Collection: Primate brain evolution

Primate brain evolution. Conceptual computer artwork of a brain (centre) with a monkey head (left) and a human head (right), representing the evolution of primate brains

Background imageHuman Collection: Modern human skull

Modern human skull
Skull of an adult, female modern human

Background imageHuman Collection: Hominid reconstructions in chronological order

Hominid reconstructions in chronological order
From left to right: Australopithecus, early Homo erectus (Java Man), late Homo erectus (Peking Man), Homo heidelbergensis (Rhodesian Man), Neanderthal Man and Homo sapiens (Cro-Magnon)

Background imageHuman Collection: Homo sapiens skull (Italy)

Homo sapiens skull (Italy)
Homo sapiens cranium dating back to around 500 BC, showing the typical morphology fora skull from Italy for the Etruscan period

Background imageHuman Collection: Alfurus, Polinians of Hawaii

Alfurus, Polinians of Hawaii
6202812 Alfurus, Polinians of Hawaii; (add.info.: "Alfurus, Polinians of Hawaii". Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of "race")

Background imageHuman Collection: Tyrolean, Parisian, Chirghise, Europeans and Western Asians wear wool fabrics

Tyrolean, Parisian, Chirghise, Europeans and Western Asians wear wool fabrics
6202820 Tyrolean, Parisian, Chirghise, Europeans and Western Asians wear wool fabrics; (add.info.: "Tyrolean, Parisian, Chirghise, Europeans and West Asians dress in wool fabrics")

Background imageHuman Collection: Popular Superstitions: The howling of a dog at night (colour litho)

Popular Superstitions: The howling of a dog at night (colour litho)
8668714 Popular Superstitions: The howling of a dog at night (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The howling of a dog at night)

Background imageHuman Collection: Skull of an early homo sapiens

Skull of an early homo sapiens
3507255 Skull of an early homo sapiens; (add.info.: Skull of an early homo sapiens found in Eastern Europe.); Universal History Archive

Background imageHuman Collection: Southern Malay or Brown Breed Type

Southern Malay or Brown Breed Type
6202808 Southern Malay or Brown Breed Type; (add.info.: "Southern Malay or Brown Race type". Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of "race")

Background imageHuman Collection: American race. Pampanese Sciaurri, Araucane

American race. Pampanese Sciaurri, Araucane
6202805 American race. Pampanese Sciaurri, Araucane; (add.info.: "American race. Pampanese Sciaurri, Araucane". Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of)

Background imageHuman Collection: Caucasian and Mongolian men. Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich Treitschke's

Caucasian and Mongolian men. Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich Treitschke's Gallery of Natural
FLO4720054 Caucasian and Mongolian men. Handcoloured steel engraving from Georg Friedrich Treitschke's Gallery of Natural History, Naturhistorischer Bildersaal des Thierreiches

Background imageHuman Collection: Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave

Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave
5305209 Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave.; (add.info.: Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave, England. Dated 15th Century BC.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHuman Collection: Cro-magnon Man (print)

Cro-magnon Man (print)
7420081 Cro-magnon Man (print); (add.info.: Early European modern humans, or Cro-Magnons. The first early modern humans (Homo sapiens) to settle in Europe, migrating from Western Asia

Background imageHuman Collection: American or Red Race Type

American or Red Race Type
6202807 American or Red Race Type; (add.info.: "American or Red Race type." Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of "race")

Background imageHuman Collection: Arabic, Chinese, Aztec, cotton clothes are East Asians, Americans and North Affricans

Arabic, Chinese, Aztec, cotton clothes are East Asians, Americans and North Affricans
6202819 Arabic, Chinese, Aztec, cotton clothes are East Asians, Americans and North Affricans; (add.info.: "Arabic, Chinese, Aztec, cotton clothed are East Asians)

Background imageHuman Collection: Skeletons of a man, Homo sapiens, and endangered lar gibbon, Hylobates lar (Simia lar)

Skeletons of a man, Homo sapiens, and endangered lar gibbon, Hylobates lar (Simia lar)
FLO4720006 Skeletons of a man, Homo sapiens, and endangered lar gibbon, Hylobates lar (Simia lar). Lithograph from Georg Friedrich Treitschke's Gallery of Natural History

Background imageHuman Collection: American race. Eskimo, Woman of Ate-uti

American race. Eskimo, Woman of Ate-uti
6202804 American race. Eskimo, Woman of Ate-uti; (add.info.: "American race. Eskimo, Woman of Ate-uti". Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of)

Background imageHuman Collection: Patagonus, Dakoti, Eskimeso, leather clothes occupy the two extreme parts of America

Patagonus, Dakoti, Eskimeso, leather clothes occupy the two extreme parts of America and the north of Asia
6202821 Patagonus, Dakoti, Eskimeso, leather clothes occupy the two extreme parts of America and the north of Asia; (add.info.: "Patagonus, Dakoti, Eskimeso)

Background imageHuman Collection: Australe, Pepuano, Donna Guarani; inhabitants of New Holland, New Guinea, South America and Affrica

Australe, Pepuano, Donna Guarani; inhabitants of New Holland, New Guinea, South America and Affrica
6202817 Australe, Pepuano, Donna Guarani; inhabitants of New Holland, New Guinea, South America and Affrica; (add.info.: "Australe, Pepuano, Donna Guarani; inhabitants of New Holland)

Background imageHuman Collection: Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave

Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave
5305210 Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave.; (add.info.: Cannibalised face found at Gough's Cave, England. Dated 15th Century BC.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHuman Collection: Noerlandese, King of Bussa, Bornese, covered with tree zest fabrics

Noerlandese, King of Bussa, Bornese, covered with tree zest fabrics
6202818 Noerlandese, King of Bussa, Bornese, covered with tree zest fabrics; (add.info.: "Noerlandese, King of Bussa, Bornese, covered with tree zest fabrics")

Background imageHuman Collection: American race. Fetzeri

American race. Fetzeri
6202806 American race. Fetzeri; (add.info.: "American race. Fetzeri". Image caption Original styled according to the nineteenth-century concept of "race")

Background imageHuman Collection: American race. Mozus, Chief of the Osagii (Algonchino)

American race. Mozus, Chief of the Osagii (Algonchino)
6202801 American race. Mozus, Chief of the Osagii (Algonchino); (add.info.: "American race. Mozus, Chief of the Osagii (Algonchino)"

Background imageHuman Collection: Prehistoric Man (colour litho)

Prehistoric Man (colour litho)
8661463 Prehistoric Man (colour litho) by Collins, William Wiehe (1862-1951); Private Collection; (add.info.: Prehistoric Man)



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Human Collection

Human beings are members of the Hominidae family, a group of mammals that includes gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans, and are distinguished from other animals by their bipedal locomotion, manual dexterity and large brains and are characterized by their capacity for abstract thought, language use and a general trend towards social living. Humans have evolved over millions of years to become the dominant species on Earth. They have spread across the globe and developed complex societies with advanced technologies that allow them to manipulate their environment in ways no other animal can. Human beings have used this power to shape the world around them in ways both beneficial and destructive. Despite our unique capabilities, humans remain subject to many of the same biological processes as other animals such as aging, disease and death.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Human collection from Media Storehouse features a wide range of high-quality wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and diversity of Hominidae mammals. Our collection includes stunning photographs and artwork depicting various species of humans such as Homo sapiens (modern humans), Neanderthals, Denisovans and other extinct hominids. These images capture the essence of human evolution, showcasing our physical characteristics such as facial structure, body shape and size. They also highlight cultural aspects like clothing styles and tools used by early humans. Whether you are interested in anthropology or simply appreciate beautiful artwork featuring these fascinating creatures, the Human collection has something for everyone. With a variety of sizes available to suit any space or budget, our collection is perfect for anyone looking to add some unique decor to their home or office.
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What are Human (Hominidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

Human art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring images of humans and other members of the Hominidae family, such as gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans. These prints showcase a range of styles and techniques, from realistic portraits to abstract interpretations. These art prints are perfect for those who appreciate the beauty and complexity of our closest animal relatives or want to add a unique touch to their home or office decor. They can be displayed in frames or mounted on canvas for a more contemporary look. We offer a wide selection of Human art prints from various artists around the world. Each print is produced using archival-grade materials that ensure long-lasting quality and vibrant colors. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching centerpiece or subtle accent piece, these art prints are sure to impress.
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What Human (Hominidae Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of human (Hominidae mammals animals) art prints that are perfect for anyone who loves these fascinating creatures. From stunning photographs to beautiful illustrations, there is something for everyone in this collection. Some of the most popular prints include close-up portraits of chimpanzees and gorillas, as well as images of orangutans swinging through the trees. There are also many artistic interpretations of these animals, including abstract paintings and detailed drawings. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to hang in your living room or a unique gift for an animal lover, we have plenty to choose from. With high-quality printing and a variety of sizes available, you can be sure that your print will look great wherever you decide to display it.
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How do I buy Human (Hominidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

To buy Human art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse through our extensive collection of artwork featuring these animals. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before finalizing the purchase. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a range of other animal-themed art prints if you are interested in exploring further. Buying Human art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy process that allows you to bring beautiful artwork into your home or office. Whether as a gift or for personal enjoyment, these prints are sure to delight any lover of wildlife and nature-inspired art.
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How much do Human (Hominidae Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Human art prints at varying prices. Our collection includes high-quality prints featuring different species of hominids, such as chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. The cost of our art prints depends on several factors like the size, framing options, and quality of paper used. We strive to provide affordable yet exceptional artwork that meets the needs and preferences of our customers. Our selection caters to various tastes and styles from classic black-and-white photographs to colorful illustrations. We also ensure that all our products are ethically sourced and produced using environmentally friendly materials. Whether you're looking for a stunning centerpiece for your living room or an inspiring piece for your office space, we have something for everyone. Browse through our extensive collection today to find the perfect Human art print that suits your style and budget.
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How will my Human (Hominidae Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Human art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in perfect condition. Your print will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted courier services to deliver your order directly to your doorstep. You can track the progress of your delivery through our online tracking system, which provides real-time updates on the status of your shipment. Once you receive your package, it is important to handle it with care when removing the print from its protective tube. We recommend unrolling it slowly and gently flattening any creases or wrinkles by placing a heavy object on top of the print for a short period of time. We strive to provide a seamless and reliable delivery experience so that you can enjoy your Human art prints as soon as possible.