Didn't I have something hanging in the living room that sort of looked like this? Didn't I? I had to go in the house and check.
This hand-colored engraving is from 1796 and depicts a curculio beetle...another name for a sort of snout weevil. I had to have this print because I loved his expression. He looks likes he's in a southern Baptist church waving Hallelujah.
I've collected a lot of hand-colored prints from dealers on eBay over the years. There's a range of prices but you can get a very nice print, a hand-colored print, for under 20 bucks that is 200-300 years old. A hand-colored print (that means someone long ago took the time to add color with watercolor paint and sometimes painted gum arabic on areas to make them shiny). If you've never looked at the old prints for sale on eBay, get going. They're fun to own but fun to just look at on-line too.
Here is the other little print I bought from the same collection. She's a shining blue chrysis. Doesn't she look like a little girl princess flying above her own little island? Chrysidid wasps really are that cute.