Collection

Artists

John James Audubon

1785 - 1851
Painter, Naturalist
Origin: France, active United States 1803 - 24
Born: April 26, 1785, Santo Domingo (now Haiti)
Died: January 27, 1851, New York, New York

John James Audubon is perhaps the most renowned wildlife artist in America, universally acknowledged by both art and natural history museums. His first publication, The Birds of America, was a 12-year enterprise that exponentially increased the knowledge of American ornithological and natural history upon its publication in 1838.

Featured Artwork
  • List View
  • Gallery View
  • Fullscreen View

American Bison
1845 - 1848, Lithograph
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851
Fish Hawk, or Osprey (Plate LXXXI)
1830, Hand-Colored Engraving
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851
Hooping Crane
1835, Hand-Colored Lithograph
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851
Snowy Owls
c. 1830, Hand-Colored Engraving
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851
Two Bank Mice
1846, Watercolor and Pencil on Paper
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851
Virginian Opossum
1845, Hand-Colored Lithograph
John James Audubon
France, active United States 1803 - 24, 1785 - 1851