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Extraction de la laitance d'un poisson  ; Des ovules se trouvent dans la bassineExtraction de la laitance d'un poisson Extraction de la laitance d'un poisson ; Des ovules se trouvent dans la bassine© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Female Leaf insect on a leaf of Badamier MalaysiaFemale Leaf insect on a leaf of Badamier MalaysiaFemale Leaf insect on a leaf of Badamier Malaysia© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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European pond turtleEuropean pond turtleEuropean pond turtle© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Seychelles Wolf SnakeSeychelles Wolf SnakeSeychelles Wolf Snake© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tiger ChameleonTiger ChameleonTiger Chameleon© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tiger ChameleonTiger ChameleonTiger Chameleon© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aldabra Giant Tortoise seeing through a carapaceAldabra Giant Tortoise seeing through a carapaceAldabra Giant Tortoise seeing through a carapace© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Rock shore of Farquhar Islands SeychellesRock shore of Farquhar Islands SeychellesRock shore of Farquhar Islands Seychelles© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aerial view of Cousin Island SeychellesAerial view of Cousin Island SeychellesAerial view of Cousin Island Seychelles© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aerial view of Cousin Island SeychellesAerial view of Cousin Island SeychellesAerial view of Cousin Island Seychelles© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Grey currawong AustraliaGrey currawong AustraliaGrey currawong Australia© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Pied Butcherbird on branchPied Butcherbird on branchPied Butcherbird on branch© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Emperor Dragonfly larva eating a alevinEmperor Dragonfly larva eating a alevinEmperor Dragonfly larva eating a alevin© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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LabradoriteLabradoriteLabradorite© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Frigatebird egg in a nestFrigatebird egg in a nestFrigatebird egg in a nest© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aldabra Sunbird maleAldabra Sunbird maleAldabra Sunbird male© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aldabra Sunbird femaleAldabra Sunbird femaleAldabra Sunbird female© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Green frog swimming under the Water lilies FranceGreen frog swimming under the Water lilies FranceGreen frog swimming under the Water lilies France© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Audubon's Shearwater at nestAudubon's Shearwater at nestAudubon's Shearwater at nest© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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White-tailed Tropicbird flyingWhite-tailed Tropicbird flyingWhite-tailed Tropicbird flying© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Mount Everest and chain of the Himalayas NepalMount Everest and chain of the Himalayas NepalMount Everest and chain of the Himalayas Nepal© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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The artificial lightning blue in a bubble of glass FranceThe artificial lightning blue in a bubble of glass FranceThe artificial lightning blue in a bubble of glass France© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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The artificial lightning blue in a bubble of glass France

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Falaise sur la Péninsule de ValdèsFalaise sur la Péninsule de ValdèsFalaise sur la Péninsule de Valdès© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tourists on a bridge in canopy Costa Rica ; Forest of MonteverdeTourists on a bridge in canopy Costa RicaTourists on a bridge in canopy Costa Rica ; Forest of Monteverde© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Chick of Common white Tern French PolynesiaChick of Common white Tern French PolynesiaChick of Common white Tern French Polynesia© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chick of Common white Tern French Polynesia

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Chasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skull ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine.Chasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skullChasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skull ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine.
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Chasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skull ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine.Chasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skullChasing an ivory polyurethane resin cast of a human skull ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine.
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Coloration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Coloration of a cast of a human dissectionColoration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
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Coloration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Coloration of a cast of a human dissectionColoration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Coloration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was

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Coloration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Coloration of a cast of a human dissectionColoration of a cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissectionConsolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the

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Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissectionConsolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the

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Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).Consolidction of a resin cast of a human dissectionConsolidction of a resin cast of a human dissection ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Applicatons for biology and medicine: superficial neck muscles (epoxy resin).
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Thierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massif ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massifThierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massif ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Thierry Boisgard and his Rafflésia in a flower massif ; From the

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From

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Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia  ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.  “A Kiss from Sumatra…”Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia Thierry Boisgard laid down in grass with its Rafflesia ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. “A Kiss from Sumatra…”
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scaleColoration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time

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Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.<br/>Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.Coloration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scaleColoration of a sculpture of Rafflesia full scale ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
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Raw and painted casts of a Bullfrog ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.Raw and painted casts of a BullfrogRaw and painted casts of a Bullfrog ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
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Raw and painted casts of a Bullfrog ; From the time he was very

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Raw and painted casts of a Bullfrog ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.Raw and painted casts of a BullfrogRaw and painted casts of a Bullfrog ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Acrylic paint applied with brush and airbrush.
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Polyurethane resin models of fossilized shark teeth ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>From left to right: original / raw cast / painted cast.Polyurethane resin models of fossilized shark teethPolyurethane resin models of fossilized shark teeth ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
From left to right: original / raw cast / painted cast.
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Patina final touches on the eye of a viper ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.Patina final touches on the eye of a viperPatina final touches on the eye of a viper ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
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Patina final touches on the eye of a viper ; From the time he was

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Restoration of a taxidermied pupperfish ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.Restoration of a taxidermied pupperfishRestoration of a taxidermied pupperfish ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
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Restoration of a taxidermied pupperfish ; From the time he was

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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Various techniques used in modeling.<br/>Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.<br/>Drawing study of a horseshoe crabDrawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Various techniques used in modeling.
Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.
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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very

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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Various techniques used in modeling.<br/>Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.<br/>Drawing study of a horseshoe crabDrawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Various techniques used in modeling.
Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.
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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very

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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Various techniques used in modeling.<br/>Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.<br/>Drawing study of a horseshoe crabDrawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Various techniques used in modeling.
Lead pencil and brushed and airbrushed acrylic paint on paper.
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Drawing study of a horseshoe crab ; From the time he was very

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Daily feeding of a polyester pond shark ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted<br/>everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,<br/>he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves<br/>art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational<br/>moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of<br/>elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate<br/>phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.<br/>Various techniques used in modeling. Daily feeding of a polyester pond sharkDaily feeding of a polyester pond shark ; From the time he was very young, he has dissected, sketched an sculpted
everything he notices during his hikes. While completing studies in biology,
he worked on perfecting his moulding and painting techniques. Today he serves
art and natural history museums by restoring collections or making educational
moulds and models. First he sculpts and models the subject. With the help of
elastomers an resins, he then casts his creation. Next comes the most delicate
phase : giving the animal or plant realistic, lifelike colors.
Various techniques used in modeling.
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