Audubon, John James, 1785-1851
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
One individual standing in profile, facing left, no background. Inscription: Label "These four birds, the Evening Grosbeak, Towsends Banting, Ground Dove, Sandpiper, are original watercolors by John James Audubon." Frame: Brown wood frame, matted, glazed, 1 1/2 wide, Framed with 3 other J.J. Audubon birds.
Two individuals in profile, one foot raised, one on nest. Background of sky, hills and grass. Painted in Edinburgh, Tympanuchus phasianellus. Inscription: Label on back "Scotch Grouse painted by J.J. Audubon." Frame: Blue wood frame, glazed.
White-tailed jack rabbit, Lepus townsendii. Two individuals facing left on bare ground. Hare lying in foreground; one in background sitting, ears erect. Background ferns, mountains, and sky. Inscription: LC "Townsend's Rocky Moutain Hare Lepus Townsendii." Frame: Brown mahogany, matted, glazed 31 1/2 x 38 1/2.
Gulo luscus. One individual snarling, facing left, standing or walking slowly on a slope grass, plants, two rotted branches in foreground. Inscription: On back "Wolverine J.J. Audubon - July 3rd, 1841 - New York - no. 6 - plate 26. Original marks pasted on back of mount under the wood backing" On back "Original drawing of the wolverine by John J. Audubon - M.R. Audubon/Plate 26/no. 6." Frame: Gold painted frame, glazed, 3 7/8 wide.