“Quails” Chromolithograph by B.H. Warren


John James Audubon (1785-1851) was a self-taught artist, naturalist, and ornithologist, best known as America’s dominant wildlife artist. His major work, a color-plate book featuring 425 of his lithographs, “The Birds of America,” is considered the standard for ornithological works. This chromolithograph of male, female, and young quails shows off his masterful touch.

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  • Mounted and matted with all archival, acid-free materials
  • Archivally presented in a walnut moulding with matching fillet, marble-painted off-white mat, French panel, and hand-painted French lines
  • Uses Tru Vue 99% UV protective Conservation Clear glass
  • Sized approximately 16” X 19”, with a 1” thickness.
  • Felt bumpers and hanging hardware included
  • Manufactured by Custom Picture Framer of Glenside – located just north of Philadelphia, PA
  • PLEASE NOTE: This product is available for pickup or local delivery ONLY – NO SHIPPING available at this time!

Additional information

Dimensions 16 × 19 × 1 in