This stellar print of a seashell, originally published in Edward Donovan’s “Naturalist Repository” in 1822, displays a large beige and brown seashell on an aged white background. The shell’s coloration is unique in that the majority of the shell is a sand-like beige, with only a small portion being dark brown. Not only is the contrast between these two colors pleasing, but additionally, when these two colors meet they form a unique and random pattern that is pleasing to the eye. The aged white background brings a sense of age to the piece and serves as a reminder of the drawing’s scientific origins. This shell is the perfect addition to any bedroom or bathroom and is sure to be enjoyed by enthusiasts of fine art and underwater life alike.