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Audubon prints

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Audubon prints. Get inspired and try out new things.
De la couleur !!!! - GoodMorningDesign - Medium

En fonction de ce qu’on veut faire : mettre en valeur le volume de la pièce, un endroit de la pièce ou un élément phare ? Déjà entre les trois ce n’est pas évident de choisir… Posez vous cette…

Hand-colored aquatint engraving by R. Havell from the first edition of The Birds of America (London: 1827-1838).

Hand-colored aquatint engraving by R. Havell from the first edition of The Birds of America (London: 1827-1838).

American White Pelican Giclee Canvas Wall Art

This handsome and realistic American white pelican takes a break after a scrumptious meal and is ready to enhance your home decor. Printed on canvas using the giclee process which accurately recreates the artist's original vision. Mounted on stretcher bars and ready to hang on the wall.

John James Audubon remembered

Google’s image of birds is too small, especially when compared to the size of the reputation of the bird artist they are celebrating. Audubon the french american naturalist and artist born th…

Breakfast Nook Update {Way Back Wednesday}

Since starting this blog seven months ago, I realized there are several things I've mentioned along the way that I need to come back and update you on. So, I'm starting a little series on Wednesdays where I'll go back and revisit something I neglected or forgot to give you more details on...hence the "Way Back Wednesday" title! The last time I showed you my breakfast nook, it looked like this and there were still several changes that I was contemplating. One was to switch my table and chairs…

Black-billed Cuckoo | Audubon

I have not met with this species in the State of Louisiana more than half a dozen times; nor indeed have I seen it at all in the Western States, excepting that of Ohio, where I have occasionally observed an individual, apparently out of its usual range. Some of these individuals were probably bound for the Upper Lakes. The woody sides of the sea are the places to which this