Still lifes with parrots. 17th and 18th century, Continental painters.

“Fruit Still Life with Two Parrots.” 17th c. Dutch. Oil on canvas. Balthasar van der Ast, artist (1593-94 to 1657). Collection of the Statens Museum for Kunst. Cc0 License 1.0. via
“Fruit Still Life with a Parrot.” ca. 1681-1720. Oil on canvas. Private collection. Monogrammed “G.S.” on the tablecloth. Gabriello Salci, artist. Image © Lempertz Auctions. Fair use license. via
“Still-life with Fruits, Parrots and White Cockatoo.” 1710s. Hungarian. Jakab Bogdány, artist (1660-1724). Image Szépművészeti Múzeum © 2020. Fair use license. via

Paintings of shells to hang up and pretend you live in the aquarium. Dutch. Balthasar van der Ast, painter. Living from 1593 or 1594 to 1657, he liked to paint lizards too.

"Dreizehn Gehäuse von Muscheln und Schnecken." 17th c.
“Dreizehn Gehäuse von Muscheln und Schnecken.” 17th c. Dutch. Pen and watercolors on gray primed thin cardboard with a green line frame. Collection of the Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden. Image © Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden and Fair use license. via
"Flowers, shells and insects on a stone ledge."No date.
“Flowers, shells and insects on a stone ledge.” No date. Oil on panel. Signed signed “B. van der. Ast” on the lower left. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via
Seashells. 1630-50. Dutch.
Seashells. 1630-50. Dutch. Collection of the Phoenix Art Museum. In the public domain due to age. via