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Birds

American Flamingo

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Arctic Tern

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Autumn Landscape with a Flock of Turkeys

Jean-François Millet, 1872-1873

Bird Bath

Leonora Carrington, 1974

Bird Returning to its Nest

Georges Braque, 1956

Bird Wandering Off

Paul Klee, 1926

Bird-Leg Table

Méret Oppenheim, 1973

Bonapartian Gull

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Boy with a Crow

Akseli Gallen-Kallela, 1884

Designs for the stage wings of ‘Le Coq d'Or’

Natalia Goncharova, 1914

Girl with Parrot

Pierre Bonnard, 1910

Heron Encircled by a Snake

Maria Sibylla Merian, 1700

Horus Falcon

250 BCE

Iceland, or Jer Falcon

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Long-tailed, or Dusky Grous

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Magpie

Chang Ucchin, 1987

Migrating Birds

Norman Lewis, 1953

Overworked Woman

Bodo, 2005

Puffin

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Rank Badge with Silver Pheasant

1750

Rocky Coast and Gulls

Winslow Homer, 1869

Rooster

Vũ Cao Đàm, 1953

Snowy Owl

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Still Life with Sparrow Hawk, Fowl, Porcelain and Shells

Clara Peeters, 1611

Summer Red Bird

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

The Bird Men of Burnley

Leonora Carrington, 1970

The Dream

Henri Rousseau, 1910

The Frightful Musicians

James Ensor, 1891

The Giantess

Leonora Carrington, 1947

The Little Owl

Albrecht Dürer, 1506

The Rooster

Ivan Večenaj, 1972

The Tree and a Bird

Chang Ucchin, 1957

Untitled

Edward Saidi Tingatinga, 1968-1971

Untitled

Baya Mahieddine, 1987

Warbling Flycatcher

John James Audubon, 1827-1838

Wheatfield with Crows

Vincent Van Gogh, 1890

White birds sitting in the tree

Edward Saidi Tingatinga, 1970

Wing of a Roller

Albrecht Dürer, 1500

Woman and Peacock

Baya Mahieddine, 1973

Zatúlaná Sliepočka, Stray Chicken

Mária Medvecká, 1983

More Themes in Art

Cats

Death in Art

Life's only guarantee

Self-portraits

The canvas mirror

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