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Read about the various Audubon print editions!
Often indications of a paper’s place of origin, method of manufacture, and time of creation [...]
A practical guide to understanding and identifying the different editions of Besler’s folio through paper [...]
Though the idea of ornamenting oneself with a bird carcass may be a bit deterring [...]
The Introduction of Birds-of-Paradise to the Western Imagination [...]
The Oppenheimer Editions Fine Art Prints of Audubon's Watercolors for The Birds of America [...]
Picturing Combat between Different Species in Audubon's Prints [...]
A consideration of the artistic rendering of the Tulip Breaking Virus, and the phenomenon of [...]
Exposing the unsavory tendencies of the Common Cuckoo and Great Grey Shrike in Gould’s Birds [...]
A survey of the technical translation of Audubon’s work from the monumental to the miniature. [...]
A Discussion of Spatial and Perspectival Distortion, Challenging the Confines of the Print Perimeter, and [...]
How to differentiate between John James Audubon's two Double-Elephant folio Editions of The Birds of [...]
A consideration of the increasingly globalized trade networks of the 19th century and their impact [...]
A consideration of the complex and convoluted history of Audubon's unidentified rapacious species [...]
A beautiful selection of original watercolor paintings by renowned artist Louis Agassiz Fuertes has recently [...]
A consideration of the motives behind picturing plants including the functional uses and theoretical implications [...]
When browsing the contents of John Gould’s compendious Birds of Europe, the majority of the [...]
An examination of the stylistic qualities of Wilson’s art in relation to modern standards of [...]
The decorative use of Redouté’s botanical illustrations on Sèvres porcelain [...]
The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America [...]
The confluence of creative mechanisms behind Alexander Wilson and John James Audubon’s depictions of the [...]
Unlike Audubon’s Birds of America, where human presence and impact on nature are infrequently illustrated, [...]
Audubon’s Osprey or Fish Hawk frequently makes its way into the top tier of Audubon’s [...]
An examination of Merian’s artwork in light of 17th-century scientific standards of perception and illustration [...]
An exploration of the creative confluences and stylistic continuities between the artwork of Selby and [...]
A Consideration of the Aesthetic, Technical, and Didactic Components of Poiteau and Brookshaw’s Depictions of [...]
Visualizing Contained Ecosystems and Insect Development [...]
Sensorial engagement and the challenging of object-viewer relations in Audubon's prints [...]
Picturing Oddity and Abundance in British Colonial America. [...]
The twofold nature of Audubon’s prints as both artistic and scientific is exemplified in his [...]
An analysis of Audubon's technical and creative approach to rendering the American Woodcock [...]
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