John James Audubon, Cedar Waxwing, (Bombycilla cedrorum),1820, paper print measuring 11 x 14 inches. Enjoy New-York Historical Society’s John James Audubon Collection at home with this exclusive reproduction The bright white base and smooth matte finish of the paper guarantee the color accuracy of the images. Comes boarded and wrapped in a clear sleeve.
John James Audubon, (American, born Saint-Domingue, 1785–1851); Audubon's original watercolors for his monumental collection The Birds of America remain some of the most beautiful American paintings ever made.
The New-York Historical Society’s art holdings include all 474 of Audubon’s known avian watercolors, 433 of which were preparatory for The Birds of America (1827–38) prints.
- Measures 11 x 14 in.
- Made in the USA