Raven corvus corax
Raven is the common name given to several larger-bodied members of the genus Corvus—but in Europe and North America the Common Raven is normally implied. They have black plumage and large beaks.
Most ravens eat some sort of fruit, such as dates or berries. Most are omnivorous. The ravens look similar to another common bird, the crow, being related.
Crows form the genus Corvus in the family Corvidae.
Recent research has found some crow species capable not only of tool use but of tool construction as well. Crows are now considered to be among the world's most intelligent animals.
American crow by Pedro Fernandes
Antique natural history (1830s)
Black crow by Michael Naples
Crow 1 by Lisa Sloane
Crow 2 by Lisa Sloane
Crow drawing by Pedro Fernandes
Crow two oil painting David Ladmore
Feishin by Wil Freeborn
Illustration by Annie Patterson
Old school Portugal bird illustration
Raven illustration by Katherine Shaughnessy
Raven illustration Yaroslav Gerzhedovich
Raven portrait photo by Jen Hall
Raven graphic from an 1890s book
The raven corvus corax
Vintage crow drawing
Expressionist crow by Tim Gagnon
Vintage raven illustration
Hope you liked the beautiful raven/crow illustrations I've chosen. I personally could stare at them non-stop night and day, never bored.
What is the difference between a raven and a crow?