Available in Poster and Canvas prints of different sizes.
ORIGINAL MEDIA : Book Plate
PICTURE ORIGIN: USA
Collections: Artist John James Audubon
John James Audubon (American, 1785–1851) was a brilliant artist and naturalist who dedicated much of his life to painting the birds and quadrupeds of North America.
Between 1827 and 1838, Audubon published in London a series of 435 large-size hand-colored etchings with aquatints in a folio entitled The Birds of America. Since he portrayed each bird in life size, the larger birds were often drawn in unusual positions to fit on the largest copier engraving plates then available, approximately 27 inches by 39 inches.
With the publication of these prints, Audubon established his work 'The Birds of America' as the definitive portrayal of American birds in realistic settings.
Source : Wikipedia