John James Audubon
Audubon's Fifty Best Watercolors, circa 2006
Plate: 31 White-headed Eagle
25 3/8 x 38 1/4 inches
Audubon's first painting of this bird was executed in 1820 on a trip up the Mississippi River. This painting was made in England eight years later, copied from the first and replacing a Canada Goose with a catfish as the prey.
Not since 1820 has this collection of Audubons original work been made availible to individual collectors as full-sized fine art facsimiles.
Stamped with signature of New-York Historical Society’s president; embossed with Historical Society and Oppenheimer Editions logos.
- Museum-authorized prints will not be reissued for at least 75 Years
- Edition Limited to 200 prints
- Individually stamped with certificate of authenticity