Carolina Parrot – John Audubon

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Carolina Parrot – John Audubon or Parakeet is a classic reproduced print of the work by world famous bird artist John James Audubon. The Seven birds are represented feeding on the plant commonly called the Cockle-bur. The fate of the Carolina Parakeet is a reminder to the world about encroaching on forests for sadly this beautiful bird is believed to be extinct since 1939.

This special high quality reproduction by Wallpixel is shipped from Amsterdam, The Netherlands and comes in 3 background color variants of grey, blue and yellow. The collector has an option of selecting from 9 canvas sizes to suit your decor and additionally there is an option of selecting from 3 luxury frames (silver, black, white) for that extra touch of luxury.



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John James Audubon ( April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851) was born Jean-Jacques Audubon in the French colony of Haiti. Young Audubon was interested in nature and birds. Because of this fascination, he decided to observe, record and draw all birds in North America. This work became world famous and is still considered one of the most important reference works in the field of birds.

His major work, a color-plate book entitled The Birds of America (1827–1839), is considered one of the finest ornithological works ever completed. Audubon is also known for having identified 25 new species.

Carolina Parrot
Carolina Parrot by John James Audubon (1785 – 1851)
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