John James Audubon  (American, 1785-1851) 

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After John James Audubon, Green Shank (Totanus Glottis) with St. Augustine in the Background from the Birds of America

 

After John James Audubon
Green Shank (Totanus Glottis) with St. Augustine in the Background from the Birds of America
1827-1838

Auction: Apr 30, 2014
Gray's Auctioneers
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John James Audubon, Long Haired Squirrel

 

John James Audubon
Long Haired Squirrel
circa 1841

Hirschl & Adler Galleries
John James Audubon, Red Breasted Sandpiper

 

John James Audubon
Red Breasted Sandpiper
1836

Savvy Collector
John James Audubon, Purple Martin

 

John James Audubon
Purple Martin
1827

Kiechel Fine Art
John James Audubon, White Heron

 

John James Audubon
White Heron
1837

Kiechel Fine Art
 

1785   Born: in Les Cayes, Santo Domingo (Haiti) on April 26th
1795 - 1796   Audubon was the student of Jacques-Louis David in Paris
1803   Sent to manage Mill Grove in America
1810   Met Alexander Wilson
1819   Jailed briefly for debt
1820   Worked as a taxidermist
1822   Took oil painting lessons from John Stein
1819 - 1826   Earned a living making chalk likenesses
1838   Completed The Birds of America
1831 - 1839   Published his Ornithological Biography in five volumes
1845 - 1848   The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America is printed
1851   Died: in New York, NY on January 27th
2009   Audubon at Illinois: Selections from the University Library's Birds of America, Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, Champaign, IL (solo)
2009   John James Audobon: American Artist and Naturalist, Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History, Jackson, MI (solo)