John James Audubon

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Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 32, Black-billed Cuckoo

$2,800.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 19.375 x 24.25 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 33, American Goldfinch

$1,200.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.5 x 11.75 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 34, Worm-eating Warbler

$900.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 19.125 x 12 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 35, Yellow Warbler

$600.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.875 x 11.75 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 36, Cooper’s Hawk

$1,500.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 38.5 x 18.5 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 37, Northern Flicker

$1,200.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 26.625 x 18.625 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 38, Kentucky Warbler

$900.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 19 x 11.75 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 39, Tufted Titmouse

$900.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.625 x 11.625 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 40, American Redstart

$600.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.875 x 11.625 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 41, Ruffed Grouse

$3,800.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 25.875 x 38.25 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 42, Orchard Oriole

$1,200.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 23.75 x 18.75 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 43, Cedar Waxwing

$900.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 17.5 x 11.375 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 44, Summer Tanager

$900.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.875 x 11.625 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 45, Willow Flycatcher

$450.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 18.5 x 11.75 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 46, Barred Owl

$1,500.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 37.5 x 25.375 inches

Audubon's Watercolors - The New-York Historical Society Edition

Audubon’s Watercolors Pl. 47, Ruby-throated Hummingbird

$2,100.00

New-York Historical Society - Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Print | circa 2006 | 23.75 x 18.75 inches


Born in 1785 in Les Cayes, Santo Domingo (Haiti) to a Creole mother and French father, Audubon spent the early years of his life in France and move to America at age 18. It was during this time that his appreciation for birds flourished and he developed a keen artistic acumen for rendering wildlife. It was not until 1819 when Audubon was married and the father of two sons, that he embraced the life of artist-naturalist and embarked on his venture through the backwoods of America with the intent of illustrating the avian life he encountered there.