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Turtle Line Art & Full Color Illustration

Highly detailed B&W line art and full color fine art prints of turtles made from original drawings

illustrations of turtlesAccurate drawings of various species of turtles; box turtles, painted turtles, sea turtles, pond turtles, terrapins and sliders. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery. If you do not see the turtle you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion. Custom illustrations of specific turtles can be ordered as well.  For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an email to the artist.

Looking for Sea Turtles? Or Tortoises?

All drawings shown are available in both B&W line art versions and color.

The drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

Arrau River Turtle
Art Illustration
Arrau River Turtle Turtle fine art illustration
Blanding's Turtle
Art Illustration
Blanding's Turtle fine art illustration
Bog Turtle
Art Illustration
bog turtle fine art illustration
Chinese Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Chinese Box Turtle fine art illustration
Common Snapping Turtle
Art Illustration
Common Snapping Turtle Turtle fine art illustration
Desert Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Desert Box Turtle fine art illustration
Eastern Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Eastern Box Turtle fine art illustration
Eastern Painted Turtle
Art Illustration
Eastern Painted Turtle fine art illustration
Florida Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Florida Box Turtle fine art illustration
Florida Cooter
Art Illustration
Florida Cooter fine art illustration
Fly River Turtle
Art Illustration
Fly River Turtle fine art illustration
Gulf Coast Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Gulf Coast Box Turtle fine art illustration
Matamata Turtle
Art Illustration
Matamata Turtle fine art illustration
Mississippi Map Turtle
Art Illustration
mississippi map turtle fine art illustration
Ornate Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Ornate Box Turtle fine art illustration
Red-Eared Slider
Art Illustration
Red-Eared Slider fine art illustration
Southern Painted Turtle
Art Illustration
Southern Painted Turtle fine art illustration
Spotted Turtle
Art Illustration
spotted turtle fine art illustration
Three-Toed Box Turtle
Art Illustration
Three-Toed Box Turtle fine art illustration
Western Painted Turtle
Art Illustration
Painted Turtle fine art illustration
Western Pond Turtle
Art Illustration
Western Pond Turtle fine art illustration
Wood Turtle
Art Illustration
Wood Turtle fine art illustration
Artist's notes:

stock art image library of turtle illustrationsIt was with the humble turtle that my interest and - I guess I can so call it - success as a scientific illustrator really came into focus. As I began to draw more and more animals, I grew in appreciation at their diversity. And, more importantly, the interest that people had in specific species of animals, especially turtles. Of course I was a aware of the different species, like sea turtles, painted turtles, box turtles and so forth. But what I wasn't aware of what that these distinctions - even getting down to the exact species of turtle - was what people wanted or needed for their projects. There are thousands of people in the world who own turtles and tortoises as pets. And should they want a piece of artwork, they naturally and sensibly would prefer a precise species, not a generic idea of what a turtles is. There are hundreds of species of turtles, and most likely I won't be able to draw them all. But if you have a suggestion please send me an email and I'll do my best to draw it.

Information about Turtles:

Turtles are aquatic or semi-aquatic reptiles of the order Testudines. Because they are reptiles, they exothermic so they cannot regulate their body temperature and must use their environments to do so. Turtles are part of the Superorder Chelonia, which includes terrapins, sea turtles and tortoises. The oldest known turtles date from about 215 million years ago, in the late Triassic Period of the Mesozoic era, which makes them older than the other reptiles like snakes, lizards and even crocodiles. All turtles breath air and lay their eggs on land. The largest extant (living) chelonian is the Leatherback Sea Turtle, which the shell alone can grow to a size of over six feet and the animal can weigh in excess of a ton (900 kg) There were turtles who went extinct like the Archelon ischyros, which could grow to a length of over 15 feet (4.6 meters) Turtles have become very successful animals through millions of years of evolution, and inhabit every continent except Antarctica. Turtles are very popular as pets, and thousands of people keep them in aquariums and ponds. Some turtles, like the red-eared slider, have been introduced into areas they are not native to, and have become an invasive species forcing the native turtles out.


High res digital versions of these images may be purchased and downloaded. The artwork may also be licensed for commercial use such as advertising, packaging, displays and other printed materials. Please review the license agreement.
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