Audubon, John James, 1785-1851
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Encampment of J.J. Audubon and party [art original] : May 26 and 27 and Sep. 16, 1843 : Missouri River near Great Bend / I. Sprague
Drawing depicts a man standing among supplies under a large tree, with a covered boat in the background. Captions and artist's signature in pencil at lower left and lower right of drawing.
One individual facing right in profile, perched on twig. No background. Female Coccothrautis vespertinus. Inscription: RC "female/Evening Grosbeak!" Frame: Brown wood frame, matted, glazed, 1 1/2 wide, Framed with 3 other J.J. Audubon birds.
Spermophilus franlinii, Franklin's Ground Squirrel. One individual in profile sitting on haunches, facing left. No background. Inscription: LC "Spermophilus Franklinii Sabine/Franklin's Marmot Squirrel, male/natural size." Frame: Tortoise shell painted wood frame, matted, glazed.
Slides of prints displayed in the temporary exhibition John James Audubon: Science Into Art, held at the American Museum of Natural History, April-July 1985 in the Naturemax Gallery. Includes photographs of an individual hand pressing an original copper plate and applying color to "Wild Turkey, Male.".
John James Audubon: Science Into Art plate restoration, press and hand-applied color photographic slides
Slides of a restoration of an Audubon "Birds of America" plate and photographs of an individual hand pressing an original copper plate and applying color to "Wild Turkey, Male".
Canis (vulpes) cenero-argentatus sabine, Swift Fox, Kit Fox, Prairie Fox. One individual facing left on hill with flowering plant, howling. Inscription: LC "Minnies Land" On back "Swift Fox-original by J.J. Audubon - Zool. Soc. under conditions of will/M.R. Audubon Flor. Audubon" UR "Jan. 14 120 'clak" LL "Canis (Vulpes)/Cenero-argentatus. Sabine/Swift Fox, Kit Fox, Prairie Fox." Frame: Tortoise shell painted frame, matted, glazed, 2 1/8 wide.
B/W photographs, copies of copperplate bird images, paper rolls with drawings, "Plates from Audubon birds of America" exhibition display poster.
One individual running to right in profile, mouth open, no background. Hudson Bay Ground Squirrel, Arctic Ground Squirrel, spermophilus parryii. Inscription: "New York" LL "Parry's Marmot male/spermophilus parri/From Don Richardson." Frame: Brown wood, matted, glazed.