HMS Beagle in the seaways of Tierra del Fuego, painting by Conrad Martens during the voyage of the Beagle. From Wikimedia Commons.

Darwin and the strangest animal, ever discovered.

HMS Beagle in the seaways of Tierra del Fuego, painted by Conrad Martens during the second voyage of the Beagle On board was a young gentleman named Charles Darwin.

Page from Conrad Martens' Sketchbooks (1833-1835) (courtesy Cambridge University Library)

Digitized Sketchbooks Bring Darwin’s ‘Beagle’ Voyage to Life

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The Beautiful Drawings by Darwin's Artist-in-Residence

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Charles Darwin Watercolour Painted On The Ship Beagle Discovered - Artlyst

Page from Conrad Martens' Sketchbooks (1833-1835) (courtesy Cambridge University Library)

Page from Conrad Martens' Sketchbooks (courtesy Cambridge University Library)

Watercolour sketch by Conrad Martens of Mount Sarmiento and HMS Beagle in the distance; perhaps early February 1834

On the famous HMS Beagle voyage, painter Conrad Martens depicted the sights along the journey

Portrait Cove, Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego, 1834 – one of Conrad Martens paintings from the Beagle Voyage

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