Discover the captivating world of physics through our curated collection of fine art drawings.

Each artwork showcases iconic moments in physics, preserving the genius of renowned scientists.

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Lines of Force II

After Maxwell, physical reality was conceptualized as embodied by continuous fields, beyond mechanical explanation, governed by partial differential equations.

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Ultimate Particles

The artwork pays homage to Dalton's pioneering work, meticulously recreating his original illustration of atomic elements and molecules.

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De Revolutionibus

Copernicus's heliocentric model revolutionized human knowledge of the universe by challenging traditional views, introducing a more accurate description of celestial motions, and setting the stage for a scientific paradigm shift.

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Innumeris Fixis

A testament to Galileo's astronomy discoveries, showcasing his realization that the Milky Way is a vast collection of countless stars arranged in clusters.

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Heat Radiation

The first scientific chart displaying the Planck formula for heat radiation, meticulously crafted by Heinrich Rubens and Ferdinand Kurlbaum in 1900, showcased a pivotal moment in the history of physics.

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La diffraction de la lumière

Faithful reproduction of a drawing executed by Jean Fresnel to explain the interference of light coming from two nearby point apertures.

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Lines of Force

Faraday envisioned the space around a charged object or a magnet as filled with lines of force, now known as Faraday lines, representing the influence or force exerted by the object.

Last update on January 2024

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