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John James Audubon Biography - Art History - About.com
Learn more about John James Audubon (1785-1851), an American Naturalist illustrator and author.
John James Audubon - Robert Havell, Engraver - American ...
John James Audubon (American, b. Haiti, 1785-1851). Robert Havell (American, 1793-1878), Engraver after John James Audubon. American Flamingo, 1838.
Artists Birthdays by Month - April - Art History - About.com
... Alfred Maurer (1868). 22. 23, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775). 24, Willem de Kooning (1904). 25, Bridget Riley (1931). 26, John James Audubon (1785).
John James Audubon - Biography of Painter and Naturalist
John James Audubon created a masterpiece of American art, a collection of paintings titled Birds of America published in a series of four enormous volumes ...
The Passenger Pigeon, by John James Audubon - Classic American ...
Though the French-American naturalist John James Audubon is best known for his detailed illustrations of birds in their natural habitats, he was also a talented ...
The Hurricane, by John James Audubon - Classic American Essays
Though the French-American naturalist John James Audubon is best known for his vivid engravings in The Birds of America (1827), he was also a talented ...
Audubon's Aviary by Robert J.M. Olson – Book Review
Review of “Audubon's Aviary” (2012), an outstanding artistic work that showcases the work of John James Audubon like it has never been seen before.
National Audubon Society - Birding and Wild Birds - About.com
The society was named after John James Audubon (1785-1851), a noted ornithologist and naturalist who created field guide catalogs of birds, plants and wildlife ...
Rollin' on the River in New Orleans - New Orleans Travel - About.com
A good way to spend the day if you have the children along is to see the aquarium, then take the river boat John James Audubon, upriver to the Audubon Zoo.
Audubon House and Tropical Gardens in Key West, FL - Miami Travel
Ornithologist John James Audubon visited these gardens in 1832, and left with some of his most famous paintings showing the beauty of nature.