Egyptian chameleon Richard Waller
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Study of a chameleon, grasping a branch in leaf with fore-claws and tail. The branch bears an inscription in: " Hanc chamaeleonsis AEgyptiaci Iconem Delineabat R.Waller ad vivumquem possidebat Not. R.Boyl. Nov: 1686." [Richard Waller drew the image of the Egyptian Chameleon from the life which the Honorable Robert Boyle kept, November 1686].
Original: watercolour on paper. 1686
- Image reference: RS-9362
- The Royal Society
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