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White's Seahorse

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New Illustration

Black Rockcod

Epinephelus daemeli

New Product Designs

Tessellation Series

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Goyder River Rainbowfish

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My latest fish illustration.

Fish Prints, Original Works, Illustration Services

My name is Dr Lindsay Marshall and I love working as a natural history artist and connecting people with the animals they love. My aim is to create unique, quality art that - both scientifically and artistically - captures the beauty of these animals and encourages people to learn more about them. Whether you're looking for a unique gift for a fish lover in your life or you want something special to brighten up your home, I'm sure you'll find something you love in my collection of fine art products.

for those who know their elasmobranchs

Custom Shark and Ray products

Any living species of shark, ray, or chimaera that you can think of...

The Australian scientist who illustrated all the rays in the world.

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Behind Stick Figure Fish

About Lindsay

Dr Lindsay Marshall is a world-renowned fisheries biologist and natural history artist. Her fisheries biology expertise stems from her PhD, which used shark fin morphology as a way to assess the impact of illegal fishing on shark populations. She is self-taught and was the sole artist for the Tree of Life Project, a large collaborative, worldwide, scientific and artistic endeavour, for which she painted every living species of shark and ray in the world (>1500 illustrations). She is the first person in the last 100 years or so to illustrate a major vertebrate group in it's entirety. Lindsay also illustrated the book ‘Rays of the World’ (CSIRO Press). In 2021 Lindsay was inducted into the Australian Society for Fish Biology Hall of Fame - a lifetime achievement award- for her contribution to fish taxonomy and species identification. In 2023 Lindsay was also honoured by her colleagues by having a new species of Hornshark named after her, The Painted Hornshark (Heterodontus marshallae). Lindsay has great respect for each animal that she paints and endeavours to represent each individual with accuracy, integrity, and a vivid life force. She believes in the importance of documenting natural history, as many of the species that she paints may not exist shortly. What Lindsay would ultimately like to accomplish with her art is to inspire a sense of awe for the natural world and, in doing so, motivate people to value and conserve it. Lindsay works from her studio in Peregian Beach on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.