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Warnicke Spoonbill

This image, based on a plate from American Ornithology (published 1808Ð1814, represents the earliest study of American birds. The predecessor of John Audubon, Alexander Wilson was a Scottish-American poet, naturalist and illustrator, and heralded as "the Father of American Ornithology." Wilson illustrated 268 birds in all, 26 of which had not been previously described. The inclusion of multiple species on the same plate is a result of the small budget Wilson had to work with.

Warnicke Spoonbill

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This image, based on a plate from American Ornithology (published 1808Ð1814, represents the earliest study of American birds. The predecessor of John Audubon, Alexander Wilson was a Scottish-American poet, naturalist and illustrator, and heralded as "the Father of American Ornithology." Wilson illustrated 268 birds in all, 26 of which had not been previously described. The inclusion of multiple species on the same plate is a result of the small budget Wilson had to work with.

  • 116.84 cm x 147.32 cm
  • Printed on archival paper
  • Arrives framed in wood moulding
  • All art sales are final
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