Audubon's Hooping Crane (Sandhill Crane)

Discovery Editions

Hooping Crane (Sandhill Crane) . A Perfect Recreation™ of the aquatint with original hand color. Drawn from nature by John James Audubon, 1836. 39" x 26" The bird that Audubon mistakenly identified as the "Hooping Crane, Young" is actually a distinct species now known as the Sandhill Crane. Audubon's view of interior Florida with dunes in distance and the bird looming in the foreground is an image that is both monumental and charming.

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General Style: Transitional

Specific Style: Early American

Essential Properties: Antique, Reproduction

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

Medium: Aquatint, 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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