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Audubon Print

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | April 24, 2017

A hand-colored lithograph of the Canada Lynx from John James Audubon's Imperial Folio Edition of The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America (1843-1848), Folio 4, Plate XVI. The illustrations for this series were made by J.J. Audubon and his son John Woodhouse Audubon. Most of the backgrounds were done by another of J.J. Audubon's sons, Victor Gifford Audubon. The printing and hand-coloring was done by J.T. Bowen of Philadelphia.

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