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Key-west Dove (Audubon, 1833)

Key-west Dove (Audubon, 1833)

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This work is from a hand-colored engraving titled “Key-west Dove” by John J. Audubon, created for his masterpiece Birds of America. It fits with our Florida theme due to its name, even though the National Audubon Society says that “today this bird is only a rare visitor to Florida from islands in the Caribbean.” They also hurl the insult of calling it “a chunky, rotund bird,” and even renamed it to “Key West Quail-Dove.”

The construction of this print on canvas includes responsibly sourced wood stretcher bars, and comes with hanging hardware included for easy hanging. The canvas is a blend of cotton and polyester with a weight of approximately 300-350gsm/110-130lb cover and a thickness of 350-400 microns, giving you a sturdy and durable product.

Dimensions: 10”w x 8”h or 20”w x 16”h or 30”w x 24”h

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This sheet at the National Gallery of Art in Washington measures 39-1/4 inches wide by 26-5/8 inches tall.

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