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This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique ornithological prints. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
White throated Toucan of South America. By the ‘Father of British Ornithology’.
Red Winged Parrot: First described by German naturalist Johann Gmelin in 1788. Indigenous to Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Hummingbird: Campylopterus Lazulus. T
SOLD. Long Eared Owl, Strix Otus. Owl perched on branch with small foliage. After studies by the most prolific artist and publisher of ornithology.
Eurasian Kingfisher with a Blue Iguana of Nevis. By the ‘Father of British Ornithology’.
Paradise Parakeet (Parrot) indigenous to Australia and now extinct.
Iceland Falcon. Falcio islandicus. Drawn from life at the Zoological Society’s Vivarium.
California Thrasher (Toxostoma redivivum).
Brasilian Green Macaw. Pet of Lord Carpenter, drawn from life by the ‘Father of British Ornithology’.
Hooper, Bewick and a Polish Swan.
Green Aracari; Pteroglossus viridis from South America.
Stork: Australian Mycteria. Myceteria australis. Drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.
Northern Hummingbird pair.
After the life painting by Jan Savery. c1655, this elegant depiction was the source for subsequent illustrations including that in Alice in Wonderland.
SOLD. Great Green Macaw.
Cormorant: Pelicanus Sinensis. Fishing Cormorant of China.