Lizard Line Art & Full Color Illustrations

Highly detailed B&W line art and color lizard fine art prints made from original drawings

illustrations of lizards

Accurate drawings of various species of lizards; chameleon, horned lizard, anole, iguana, beaded lizard, monitors and several others types of common and rare lizards. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. All illustrations are available in both line art and full color. Signed prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery. If you do not see the lizard or reptile you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion..Custom illustrations of specific animals can be ordered as well. For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an to the artist

The wildlife drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

Argus Monitor fine art illustration
Argus Monitor Art Illustration
Bearded Dragon fine art illustration
Bearded Dragon Art Illustration
Bent's Spiny-Tailed Lizard fine art illustration
Bent's Spiny-Tailed Lizard Art Illustration
Black Spiny-Tailed Iguana fine art illustration
Black Spiny-Tailed Iguana Art Illustration
Coastal Horned Lizard fine art illustration
Coastal Horned Lizard Art Illustration
Collared Lizard fine art illustration
Collared Lizard Art Illustration
Coastal Horned Lizard fine art illustration
Coastal Horned Lizard Art Illustration
Cuban Iguana fine art illustration
Cuban Iguana Art Illustration
Desert Iguana fine art illustration
Desert Iguana Art Illustration
Frill-Necked Lizard fine art illustration
Frill-Necked Lizard Art Illustration
Galapagos Land Iguana fine art illustration
Galapagos Land Iguana Art Illustration
Gila Monster fine art illustration
Gila Monster Art Illustration
Golden Tegu fine art illustration
Golden Tegu Art Illustration
Green Anole fine art illustration
Green Anole Art Illustration
Granite Night Lizard fine art illustration
Granite Night Lizard Art Illustration
Grand Cayman Blue Iguana fine art illustration
Grand Cayman Blue Iguana Art Illustration
Green Iguana fine art illustration
Green Iguana Art Illustration
Granite Night Lizard fine art illustration
Island Night Lizard Art Illustration
Jackson's Chameleon fine art illustration
Jackson's Chameleon Art Illustration
Komodo Dragon fine art illustration
Komodo Dragon Art Illustration
Long-Nosed Leopard Lizard fine art illustration
Long-Nosed Leopard Lizard Art Illustration
Marine Iguana fine art illustration
Marine Iguana Art Illustration
Mexican Beaded Lizard fine art illustration
Mexican Beaded Lizard Art Illustration
Mountain Chameleon fine art illustration
Mountain Chameleon Art Illustration
New Mexico Whiptail Lizard fine art illustration
New Mexico Whiptail Lizard Art Illustration
Nile Monitor fine art illustration
Nile Monitor Art Illustration
Panther Chameleon fine art illustration
Panther Chameleon Art Illustration
Parson's Chameleon fine art illustration
Parson's Chameleon Art Illustration
Plumed Basilisk fine art illustration
Plumed Basilisk Art Illustration
Prairie Racerunner fine art illustration
Prairie Racerunner Art Illustration
Rhinoceros Iguana fine art illustration
Rhinoceros Iguana Art Illustration
Southern Alligator Lizard fine art illustration
Southern Alligator Lizard Art Illustration
Texas Earless Lizard fine art illustration
Texas Earless Lizard Art Illustration
Texas Horned Lizard fine art illustration
Texas Horned Lizard Art Illustration
Western Fence Lizard fine art illustration
Western Fence Lizard Art Illustration
Western Skink fine art illustration
Western Skink Art Illustration

Artist's notes:

lizards fine art illustrations

Some years ago, I got it into my head to draw a Frill-Necked Lizard. I found some good reference material, and I sat down to draw it. I realized I was over my head, and that the subject matter was beyond my ability to draw at that time. Years later, and several drawings of less complicated lizards went by and I attempted it again. This time I felt confident that I could pull it off. And I was pleased with the results. But without years of practice and studying and working with other lizards, I would have never been able to represent the complex scale pattern of the animal. At this time I have no immediate plans to add more lizards to this gallery (perhaps a Veiled Chameleon or Thorny Devil) but if there is a specific lizard you'd like to see added to the images here please send me an

Information about lizards:

Lizards are a large group of reptiles belonging to the order Squamata and the Suborder Lacertilia. There are lizards on every continent except Antarctica, although many islands do not have them either, unless they have been introduced by humans. The size of lizards can vary greatly, from a tiny dwarf chameleon that's only a couple inches long, to the largest lizard - the Komodo Dragon - that can reach lengths of almost nine feet (3 meters.) Snakes are generally excluded from this group. Many lizards are carnivorous, so their eyesight is very keen and needed as a way to catch prey. Lizards also communicate visually (only geckos can make noise) so eyesight is also important in order to receive messages. The fossil record of lizards can be traced back to an iguanian species named Tikiguania estesi. This species dates to the Carnian stage of the Triassic period or about 220 million years ago. Most lizards are not very large, and therefore not a threat to humans. Only the Komodo Dragon has been known to attack and kill people, but these are very rare events. Lizards do not have venom, with the exception of the Gila Monster and it's close relative the Beaded Lizard of Central and South America. Lizards are often kept as pets, especially chameleons and geckos in part because they do not grow particularly large and are captivity bred fairly easily