All Rudbeck Bird Prints on Sale

June 04, 2021

olof rudbeck bittern

For the entire month of June 2021, our Olof Rudbeck bird prints are on sale—all of them! Painted between 1693 and 1710 for his book, Fogelboken, Rudbeck’s striking birds have graced the walls of private homes and the pages of decorating magazines alike—a surprising feat since the collection was privately held until acquired by the Swedish government in 1985. In 1986, René Coeckelbergh published a facsimile edition of Fogelboken, making it public for the first time.

Our fine art prints are digitally remastered from high resolution scans of René Coeckelbergh's 1986 facsimile edition. We print them on Somerset® Velvet, the finest acid-free cotton rag paper, using archival pigment inks. The resulting Giclee prints are warm and rich, and ready to meld with any décor. Pick a large statement piece or group a few together for a gallery collection.

Browse our Rudbeck collection





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