John James Audubon
Audubon's Fifty Best Watercolors, circa 2006
Plate: 96 Columbia Jay
Audubon painted this picure in 1829 from specimens that were procured for him. He mistakenly thought they were found by the Columbia River in Oregon, hence the name, "Columbia Jay". The species is, in fact, indigenous to Mexico, still a North American bird.
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