Obelisk Art History
The Artists

John James Audubon
Friend of the birds

John James Audubon, The Artists
Portrait of John James Audubon

John James Audubon was a Haitian Scientific Illustrator born on April 26, 1785. James Audubon contributed to the Enlightenment movement, worked in the United States and died on January 27, 1851.

American Flamingo, John James Audubon

American Flamingo 1827 – 1838

Arctic Tern, John James Audubon

Arctic Tern 1827 – 1838

Bonapartian Gull, John James Audubon

Bonapartian Gull 1827 – 1838

Iceland, or Jer Falcon, John James Audubon

Iceland, or Jer Falcon 1827 – 1838

Long-tailed, or Dusky Grous, John James Audubon

Long-tailed, or Dusky Grous 1827 – 1838

Puffin, John James Audubon

Puffin 1827 – 1838

Snowy Owl, John James Audubon

Snowy Owl 1827 – 1838

Summer Red Bird, John James Audubon

Summer Red Bird 1827 – 1838

Warbling Flycatcher, John James Audubon

Warbling Flycatcher 1827 – 1838

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