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Celtic Animal Graphics

Celtic Animal Graphics
Celtic Animal Graphics

Celtic animal designs are called zoomorphs meaning from the Greek "animal shape". Animals were important to Celts and some suggests that they had a shamanistic relationship with especially animals of the hunt and adopted animal forms in order to better channel the animal spirit.

Click on a thumbnail image below to view the full–size image in a new window in your browser. The thumbnail may show less that the full image, so be forewarned for a possible pleasant surprise.

The thumbnail represents a 60 pixel representative portion of the design. The size of the full scale image is also given in pixels, width by height. The reference is to the original work from which it is scanned, and the page (usually).

Thumbnail Reference Pixels w x h
oj-64-39 Owen Jones 64 39 343 x 205
oj-65-04 Owen Jones 65 04 270 x 256
oj-65-05 Owen Jones 65 05 370 x 607
oj-65-06 Owen Jones 65 06 285 x 88
oj-65-10 Owen Jones 65 10 425 x 117
oj-65-14 Owen Jones 65 14 260 x 311
r1-39-01 Racinet Series I 39 01 321 x 223
r1-39-02 Racinet Series I 39 02 223 x 81
r1-39-02 Racinet Series I 39 03 74 x 222
r1-39-04 Racinet Series I 39 04 491 x 170
r2-43-04  Racinet Series II 43 04 185 x 56
r2-43-07 Racinet Series II 43 07 89 x 94
r2-43-08 Racinet Series II 43 08 102 x 99
wil-01 Wilson 01 680 x 162
wil-03 Wilson 03 315 x 64
wil-04 Wilson 04 316 x 57
wil-05 Wilson 05 304 x 63
wil-06 Wilson 06 727 x 73
wil-07 Wilson 07 712 x 66
wil-13 Wilson 13 757 x 497
wil-14 Wilson 14 773 x 220
wil-17 Wilson 17 330 x 205
wil-18 Wilson 18 345 x 83
wil-20 Wilson 20 385 x 212
wil-21 Wilson 21 135 x 252
wil-22 Wilson 22 155 x 252

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