AUDUBON PLATE 261 - HOOPING CRANE

Kitsomo

John James Audubon’s birds have lost none of their appeal since the series first appeared in 1827. The hooping crane (Antigone canadensis), commonly known as the sandhill crane, is found throughout North America. It makes a striking image with its red forehead, statuesque pose, and dark pointed bill. 

In this edition, the colors are bright and natural looking, with sharp lines and fine detailing. The larger sizes have wide margins for easy framing. Printed on fine art archival paper using pigment inks for museum quality work that lasts for generations. Ready for the standard-sized frame of your choice.

 


Type: Wall Art