Blue-Eyed Yellow Warbler

from the old master collection

- Art code: 330 509

About Blue-Eyed Yellow Warbler

John James Audubon was born on April 26, 1785, in Les Cayes, Santo Domingo, France (now Haiti). From his father´s Pennsylvania estate, Audubon made the first American bird-banding experiments. He began collecting all things ornithological and making pencil and pastel sketches of birds. As his confidence as an artist grew, he ventured into watercolors, the medium he would most often employ. Audubon became a traveling artist, teaching occasional pupils, but always painting local birds and their natural habitats. 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 died on January 27, 1851 in New York City. Note: This artwork can also be obtained without accompanying text in the illustration. Please contact us.
You will find Blue-Eyed Yellow Warbler in the collections Birds, Birds of America, John James Audubon, Drawings, Flowers, Illustrations, Mangrovezanger, Nature and weather, Old Master styles, Old masters, Setophaga petechia and Yellow Warbler.

Why you choose Blue-Eyed Yellow Warbler on Art Frame

  • We had to put it together ourselves. To be honest, I was not looking forward to that. But it was super easy and the end results looks really tight. We are happy customers!
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  • With optional sound absorbing panels

Blue-Eyed Yellow Warbler from the old master collection

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Art code: 330 509
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