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120 Audubon Bird Prints CD-ROM and Book (Full-Color Electronic Design)

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Immortal in his role as "The American Woodsman," John James Audubon and#8212; 19th-century adventurer and artistic genius and#8212; achieved world renown for his realistic paintings of nearly every North American bird species. His hand-colored masterpiece, The Birds of America, is considered one of the world's greatest picture books and represents the very pinnacle of nature illustration. Gathered from that illustrative masterpiece, 120 meticulous reproductions, rendered in full-color, are showcased in this unequaled treasury. Capturing every feathery nuance of their subjects, Audubon's memorable images are an excellent source for designers and craftspeople. This collection includes the snowy egret, wild turkey, Eastern screech owl, glossy ibis, black-capped chickadee, American white pelican, mallard, yellow warbler, Carolina parakeet, and many, many more of America's most beautiful birds.

Synopsis:

Adventurer and artistic genius, Audubon is renowned for his paintings of nearly every North American bird species. This splendid collection spotlights his best known and most beautiful portraits, reproduced in full color.

Synopsis:

Audubon, adventurer and artistic genius, achieved world renown for his dynamic paintings of nearly every North American bird species. Capturing every fluttering nuance of his subjects, he rendered the snowy egret, wild turkey, Eastern screech owl, ibis, mallard, and many more, all spotlighted here in a splendid collection of full-color reproductions.

Table of Contents

Albatross, Light-mantled Sooty

Auk, Great

Avocet, American

Blackbird, Red-winged

Blackbird, Yellow-headed

Bluebird, Easter

Bluebird, Western

Bobolink

Bunting, Indigo

Bunting, Painted

Bunting, Snow

Cardinal, Northern

Catbird, Gray

Chat, Yellow-breasted

Chickadee, Black-capped

Condor, California

Cormorant, Double-crested

Crane, Whooping

Creeper, Brown

Crossbill, White-winged

Crow, American

Curlew, Long-billed

Dickcissel

Dove, Mourning

Duck, Wood

Eagle, Bald

Egret, Snowy

Finch, Purple

Flamingo, Greater

Flicker, Northern

Gnatcatcher, Blue-gray

Goldeneye, Common

Goldfinch, American

Goose, Canada

Grackle, Common

Grosbeak, Black-headed

Grosbeak, Blue

Grosbeak, Evening

Grosbeak, Rose-breasted

Gull, Great Black-backed

Gull, Herring

Gyrfalcon

Hawk, Red-shouldered

Heron, Great Blue

Heron, Tricolored

Hummingbird, Anna's

Hummingbird, Ruby-throated

Ibis, Glossy

Jay, Blue

Jay, Magpie

Junco, Dark-eyed

Kingfisher, Belted

Kinglet, Ruby-crowned

Knot, Red

Lark, Horned

Loon, Common

Mallard

Martin, Purple

Meadowlark, Eastern

Merganser, Common

Mockingbird, Northern

Nuthatch, White-breasted

Oriole, Northern

Oriole, Orchard

Osprey

Owl, Eastern Screech

Owl, Great Horned

Owl, Snowy

Oystercatcher, American

Oystercatcher, Black

Parakeet, Carolina

Parula, Northern

Pelican, American White

Phalarope, Red-necked

Pigeon, Passenger

Plover, Piping

Puffin, Atlantic

Quail, Mountain

Rail, Clapper

Raven, Common

Redpoll, Common

Robin, American

Sandpiper, Upland

Shoveler, Northern

Shrike, Loggerhead

Sparrow, White-throated

Spoonbill, Roseate

Stilt, Black-necked

Stork, Wood

Swan, Tundra

Tanager, Scarlet

Tanager, Summer

Tanager, Western

Tern, Royal

Thrush, Wood

Titmouse, Tufted

Towhee, Rufous-sided

Troupial

Turkey, Wild

Veery

Vireo, Warbling

Vulture, Black

Warbler, Bay-breasted

Warbler, Black-throated Blue

Warbler, Blue-winged

Warbler, Canada

Warbler, Cerulean

Warbler, Chestnut-sided

Warbler, Magnolia

Warbler, Prothonotary

Warbler, Yellow

Waxwing, Cedar

Whip-poor-will

Wigeon, American

Woodcock, American

Woodpecker, Downy

Woodpecker, Hairy

Woodpecker, Pileated

Yellowthroat, Common

Product Details

ISBN:
9780486998541
Author:
Audubon, John
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Author:
Audubon, John James
Author:
Clip Art
Subject:
Clip Art
Subject:
Audubon bird prints clip art
Subject:
Audubon birds
Subject:
Dover
Subject:
General-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Electronic Clip Art
Publication Date:
20080231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
64
Dimensions:
11 x 8.25 in 0.6 lb

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Adventurer and artistic genius, Audubon is renowned for his paintings of nearly every North American bird species. This splendid collection spotlights his best known and most beautiful portraits, reproduced in full color.
"Synopsis" by ,
Audubon, adventurer and artistic genius, achieved world renown for his dynamic paintings of nearly every North American bird species. Capturing every fluttering nuance of his subjects, he rendered the snowy egret, wild turkey, Eastern screech owl, ibis, mallard, and many more, all spotlighted here in a splendid collection of full-color reproductions.
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