Swallowtail Butterfly Nature Framed Poster


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Immersive Atmosphere

  • Swallowtail butterfly framed wall decor is ideal for homeowners who want to create an immersive atmosphere. Feel the embodiment of ease and sophistication.
  • Inspired by citing memories of strolling through a spring garden full of sprouting flowers and enjoying the perfect moment at harmony with the environment.

Professional Designer Look

  • Fill empty spaces on your wall like a professional designer.
  • Easily combine artwork to fill larger spaces.
  • Friends and family will talk about how creative you are and how much you must have spent on original art signed by the artist.

Easily Hangs On Your Wall

  • Hang on any sheetrock wall with a simple picture hook.
  • Typical picture hooks can hold up to 40 pounds. The average weight of our wall art is less than 3 pounds.

This watercolor Swallowtail Butterfly Nature Framed Poster is created on strong, sturdy, matte paper, so it will last for years to come and make a statement in any environment. An additional dash of sophistication is contributed by the matte black frame that is crafted from wood from from sustainable sources. Poster art is a sort of graphic art that is unique to our more modern day and is still in the process of emerging as an art form. Butterfly art is one example of a topic that may be brought to people’s notice through the use of posters, which feature visual images. In this particular instance, (one of my favorites) a Graphium androcles butterfly, which is a insect often discovered in a natural area or a butterfly garden. During the course of the caterpillar’s life cycle, it will first transform into a chrysalis of a Swallowtail Butterfly. Specifications of the Item: Framing professionals normally assemble (Professionally Made), package, and send framed images within three to four business days of receiving payment for the order. Free shipping. Secure Payments. Items sent: Prints that have been framed and printed utilizing opulent printing methods and come “ready to hang” with the hanging wire already attached to the back of the frame.

Product Description

• Ayous wood .75″ (1.9 cm) thick frame from renewable forests
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil (0.26 mm)
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Lightweight
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
• Blank product components in the US sourced from Japan and the United States, US
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from Japan and Latvia

Nature Framed Poster Of A Swallowtail Butterfly

Printed by professionals, created and signed by the artist, this nature-themed framed watercolor poster artwork has the artist’s signature. Browse through our assortment of nature and flower posters available at affordable prices. These posters offer an endless range of designs that were made by independent artists. Beautiful original artwork that is as unique as you are is a great way to spruce up the appearance of your living space, whether it’s at home, at a dorm, or in an apartment. Posters featuring images of nature and botanical garden flowers made to match the aesthetic of any place. Posters are available in a variety of sizes, each with a white border, and delivery is free. Please follow the link below to view a watercolor of a Monarch butterfly caterpillar framed poster.

Monarch Butterfly Caterpillar Nature Framed Poster

Swallowtail Butterfly Facts

There are about 550 different species of swallowtail butterflies, which are huge and beautiful butterflies that belong to the family Papilionidae. There are members of this family on every continent other than Antarctica, albeit the majority of them live in tropical regions. Ornithoptera butterflies, also known as birdwing butterflies, are the largest species of butterfly in the world. This family includes them.

There are a number of characteristics that set swallowtails apart from other butterflies. One of these characteristics is that papilionid caterpillars have a repugnatorial organ called the osmeterium on their prothorax. When it senses danger, the larva will inflate the osmeterium with fluid and turn it such that it faces outward through a transverse dorsal groove. Normally, the osmeterium would stay concealed.

The popular name swallowtail comes from the look of parts of the hindwings of swallowtail butterflies, which have a forked appearance. This appearance may be noticed while the butterfly is resting with its wings spread out. Because “papilio” is the Latin word for “butterfly,” Linnaeus decided to give it the name Papilio as the type genus for the butterfly family. Linnaeus gave the names of Greek figures to the several species of swallowtails so that he could give the genus its specific epithets. In honor of Machaon, one of Asclepius’s sons who is referenced in the Iliad, the species Papilio machaon was designated as the type species. In addition, the species Papilio homerus was named after Homer, the famous poet from ancient Greece.

Swallowtail Butterfly Lifecycle

Butterfly Eggs

“Egg-shaped, smooth or obscurely facetted, not as high as it is wide, slightly leathery, opaque,” describes the form of an egg. (Doherty.)

Butterfly Larva

Larva Stocky, smooth or with a series of fleshy tubercles on the dorsum; occasionally with a raised fleshy protuberance (the so-called hood or crest) on the fourth segment. Sometimes the larva has a raised fleshy protuberance on the fourth segment. The second segment of the insect’s body features a transverse aperture through which the larva can emerge at will and an upright, forked, glandular squishy organ that produces an odor that is powerful, penetrating, and somewhat disagreeable.

Pupa can take on a variety of shapes, although it is almost always bent inward. The head is truncate or rounded, and the rear of the abdomen is either smooth or tuberculate. It has an angulate shape overall. It is kept in place by the tail, which is often oriented perpendicular to the body, and furthermore by a silky girth that wraps around the midsection. The pupa of the Parnassius is encased in a silken web that is loosely woven between the leaves.

Butterfly Imago

The wings can take on an extremely diverse range of shapes. It is fairly common for the hindwing to have a tail, which may be thin or wide and spatulate, but is always an extension of the termen at vein 4 of the wing. Armandia is the only genus in which the termen of the hindwing is extended into tails at the apices of veins 2 and 3, in addition to vein 4. Forewing with all 12 veins present and, in addition, a small internal vein, vein 1 a,[21] that generally ends on the dorsal border (except in the aberrant genera Parnassius and Hypermnestra).

Framed Poster Art Definitions

Art – The use of a visual language that consists of shape, form, color, and line to produce a composition that can live in some degree of autonomy from visual references found in the outside world is one of the defining characteristics of abstract art. This visual language is used to produce works of art that can exist in some degree of autonomy from other visual references found in the outside world. The creation of abstract works of art often makes use of this visual language.

Digital art – The term “digital art” can refer to either any artistic work or activity that makes use of digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process, or it can refer, more specifically, to computational art that makes use of and engages with digital media. Either way, the term “digital art” can refer to any artistic work or activity that makes use of digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Both of these understandings of what is meant by the phrase “digital art” constitute valid applications of the word. Both of these interpretations are accurate, but in different ways.

Fine Art – In the academic traditions of Europe, the development of fine art is generally centered on either the pursuit of aesthetics or the creative presentation of ideas. Both of these aspects are equally important. This distinguishes it from decorative art and applied art, both of which are required to have a use in addition to their aesthetic value; examples of the latter include ceramics and the bulk of metals. Metalwork and the vast majority of metalwork are two good examples of these categories of artistic expression. Examples of ornamental and applied arts include pottery, much of the work done in metallurgy, and the vast majority of the work done in sculpture.

Wall Art – Examples of the type of artwork known as “wall art,” which is a type of decoration that is hung on a wall, include stretched canvases, framed prints, and other creative embellishments. Wall art is a type of decoration. Any piece of artwork that is intended to be displayed on a wall is referred to as “wall art,” and the phrase “wall art” can apply to any piece of artwork. The style of your house, the color scheme that you’ve decided to use, as well as your own personal preferences, will all play a role in determining which pieces of wall art will look best in the space that you’re decorating.

Art Prints Mounted in Frames Art prints are printed copies of original works of art; however, the word “art print” is most often used to refer to art prints that have been matted and framed. Prints of works of art may be created using any one of a variety of printing techniques, which is one of the many advantages of printing.

Reproductions in the form of prints of original works of art are known as art prints. A printed copy of an original piece of artwork is referred to as an art print. Prints of works of art can be produced using any one of a wide variety of printing techniques, and they can be printed on any one of a huge number of different print media. Reproductions of works of art are also referred to by the term print. When deciding the final pricing of the art print, these considerations, together with the amount of the original artwork that is made available for printing, are taken into account.

Acrylic prints – Prints made with acrylic have a glossy appearance and a brilliant appearance because the light reflects off of the acrylic sheet and onto the picture itself. Printing the photographic picture onto high-quality photo paper, which is then pressure-bonded to the back of a sheet of diamond-polished acrylic, is the process that is used to manufacture these products.

Displayed in a Picture Frame The word “art” can apply to a broad variety of human endeavors, as well as the results that come from such endeavors. Paintings, sculptures, and photos are a few examples of the types of items that fall under this category. These activities need creative or original skill and show technical expertise, artistic merit, emotional force, or philosophical notions. They can also be thought of as reflecting philosophical conceptions. They are also capable of being understood in terms of philosophical concepts.

Metal Prints — A metal print is an exceedingly complicated type of wall decoration that is made by layering sheets of aluminum with a core of black polyethylene in between them and then pressing the layers together. This leads to the creation of a picture that is rendered in three dimensions. It is a high-end product that is well-known for its sophistication, sturdiness, and good print quality, among other attributes. Among other things, it is noted for its exceptional print quality.

The term “printing pictures” refers to the act of producing a final image on paper for the purpose of viewing by making use of paper that has been chemically sensitized. This paper is then used in the printing process. The utilization of photographic paper allows for the successful completion of this task. Printing from photographs can also be referred to as photo printing. To project a photographic negative, a positive transparency, or a digital image file onto the paper, an enlarger or a digital exposure device such as a LightJet or Minilab printer is utilized. Alternatively, the picture can be printed directly from the digital file. An other option is to project the image onto the paper straight from a computer. There is also the possibility of having a direct interaction between the piece of paper and the digital image file.

A picture is said to be a canvas print if it has been printed onto canvas, and then the canvas has been stretched or gallery-wrapped around a frame so that the picture may be displayed. Prints on canvas can either serve as the finished product of an artistic endeavor or as a technique for copying other types of artwork. Both of these uses are valid for this medium. Both of these applications are acceptable uses of this media.

Insect Definitions

Beetles and Insects – Prints made with acrylic have a glossy appearance and a brilliant appearance because the light reflects off of the acrylic sheet and onto the picture itself. Printing the photographic picture onto high-quality photo paper, which is then pressure-bonded to the back of a sheet of diamond-polished acrylic, is the process that is used to manufacture these products.

Moths – Moths are a paraphyletic group of insects that contain all members of the order Lepidoptera that are not butterflies. Moths make up the great bulk of the order, hence they are the most common type of Lepidoptera member. It is estimated that there are around 160,000 different species of moths, the majority of which have not yet been classified. There are nocturnal, crepuscular, and diurnal species of moths, however the majority of moth species are nocturnal.

Blue Morpho Butterfly – There are many different species of Neotropical butterflies that belong to the genus Morpho. These butterflies are called morpho butterflies. This genus has more than 29 acknowledged species and 147 approved subspecies, the majority of which are located in South America, Mexico, and Central America. The wingspans of the various species of Morpho range from 7.5 centimeters (3 inches) for M. rhodopteron to a height of 20 centimeters (7.9 inches) for M. hecuba, an impressive picture of the setting sun. An other use for the name “morpho,” which comes from the Greek words for “transformed” or “modified,” is as an epithet.

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