John James Audubon Bird Prints, Mammal Prints


Audubon Birds of America Original Bird Prints
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Top 50 Prints in Audubon Octavo Birds of America
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Antique prints of passenger pigeon, carolina parrot, ivory-billed woodpecker & more
 


Bargain Audubon Hand Colored Original Bird Prints
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John James Audubon
Birds America 1840
First Edition Vol 2,3


Antique prints of robin, cardinal, tanager, sparrow, warbler, goldfinch & more
 


Audubon Birds America
1840 First Edition
Original Octavo Prints


Antique prints of great auk, pelican, puffin, gull, albatross, flycatcher & more
 


John James Audubon Birds America 1840 First Edition Original Octavo Vol 5

Antique prints of passenger pigeon, crane, turkey, dove, water fowl, game birds & more
 


Audubon Birds America
1840 First Edition Original Octavo Prints


Antique prints of Carolina parrot, ivory-billed woodpecker, kingfisher,
hummingbird, jay & more
 


John James Audubon Bird Prints 1st Edition 1840

All the best from Volume 1 — prints of owls, birds prey, redstart, flycatchers, swallows & more


John James Audubon Bird Prints 1st Edition 1840

All the best from Volume 6 — prints of herons, ibis, flamingos, egrets, spoonbills, swans & more


Audubon Prints Cranes, Swans, Ibis 1871


Antique prints by John James Audubon from Birds of America

Audubon Prints
Owls, Hawks, Blue Jays, Sea Birds 1871

  

Antique prints by John James Audubon from Birds of America


John James Audubon (1785-1851) worked on the monumental Birds of America from 1827-1838, illustrating and editing one of the largest and most expensive bird books in the world. Audubon used the finest of specimens and all types of media including oil crayon, pastel watercolors, ink & gouache to stunning effect.  His genius was in his intimate knowledge of the world of birds and their surroundings gained from a lifetime of observation in the field, and the ability to translate this vision into a publication that has never been equaled in the world of ornithology.  Audubon's superb works on bird and quadrupeds have come to signify a love of all wild creatures & the environment, epitomized today by the Audubon Society and immortalized worldwide in publications and the stamps of over 60 countries.  In the words of the Audubon Society, perhaps above all else, Audubon was a lover and observer of birds and nature.

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