Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness

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Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness - Streshinsky, Shirley
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The compelling story of a legendary artist and an eternal American hero. In 1803, an eighteen-year-old West Indies-born Frenchman arrived in New York City, fleeing Napoleon's conscription. His work would become inextricably entwined with the new world he so proudly adopted in his motto "America, my country." Inspired by the primeval forests and the vast flocks of birds that thrived in them, Audubon spent the next several decades of his life painstakingly documenting the birds of the American wilderness. He traveled the ...

Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness 2013, Turner

ISBN-13: 9781618580252

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Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness 2013, Turner

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Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness 2002, University of Georgia Press

ISBN-13: 9780820320052

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Audubon: Life & Art in the American Wilderness 1995, Random House Value Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780517164778

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Audubon: Life and Art in the American Wilderness 1993, Villard Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780679408598

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