Audubon's Carolina Parrot

Discovery Editions

Carolina Parrot . A Perfect Recreation™ of the aquatint with original hand color. Drawn from nature by John James Audubon, 1835. 26” x 39”. Seven Carolina Parrots, also known as Carolina Parakeets, are shown feeding in a Common Cocklebur tree. Abundant during Audubon's time, they were extinct by 1905 due to loss of habitat and continuing slaughter by commercial hunters seeking the extravagant feathers.

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General Style: Transitional

Specific Style: Early American

Essential Properties: Antique, Reproduction

Subject: Americana, Animals, History, Nature - Ecology, Scenic

Medium: Digital Print, Engraving, Giclée, Hand-colored, New Technology, Watercolor

Type: Reproduction (Also available in Framed, Matted)

Production: Limited Production, Numbered, Open Edition

Number of Prints in This Edition: 100

Dimensions: 26" W x 39" H

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