LEFT: Printmaking Sisters presenting the Animalia Collection to Elspeth Pitt, at the National Gallery of Australia.


If you wish to view the Animalia folio, contact the Collection Study Room Co-ordinator, Rose Montebello.

Relevant details about opening hours and bookings are available on the NGA website here: http://nga.gov.au/Visiting/CSR.cfm

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The 2015  Animalia Poster, featuring every entry in the Animalia International Exchange is now on

The posters are beautifully printed on good quality paper and measure 50cm wide X 80 cm high

Proceeds of sales are pledged to World Animal Protection to assist them in their wonderful work caring for animals in need.


Courtney N Googe 'Chambered Nautilus'

Marg McArdell 'Waiting For...'

75 Belinda McGrath Australia

‘Ogmograptis Scribula’ Linocut Ogmograptis scribula is a moth that lays its eggs mostly on the Eucalyptus rossii, a gum tree that is identifiable by the scribbles that the larva creates. When the moth emerges, it's 2mm in size and is rarely seen, the markings on the tree the only evidence to the eye.