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Roseate Spoonbill

Roseate Spoonbill

by John James Audubon

  • FRAMED
  • LACQUERED CANVAS
  • 10 YEAR GUARANTEE
  • DISPATCHED NEXT WORKING DAY

60cm x 80cm

Regular price £85.00
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Delivery
Our delivery charge is £4.99 to Mainland UK regardless of how many items are on the delivery. We send by Next Business Day. Delivery time is usually expected to be 2 to 3 working days. Delivery is free of charge on all orders above £100.
We will make all delivery arrangements once your order has been properly processed and will notify you of the dispatch of the goods as soon as they leave our premises.


Collection
You can collect free of charge from our Market Harborough Store. Please tell us when you are collecting so we can prepare your goods.
Opening Times
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday 10am to 6pm
Sunday 11am to 5pm

Artist Background

Born in 1785, John James Audubon was the son of a French sea captain. He grew up in France, and at the age of 18 was sent to America where he fell in love with nature, observing and drawing birds. After his last business venture failed and he became bankrupt, Audubon decided to follow his interest in ornithology. Adventure in his blood, he set off into the wild with artist materials in hand and his big idea; to identify, paint and record all of America’s bird species. When he travelled to England years later, his first ‘Birds of America’ volume was published and became an overnight success! By 1831 he was recognised as the leading naturalist of his country, getting as close to nature as you could possibly get and becoming one of the “men of science”. The full collection contains 435 life-size watercolours of detailed studies and stunning illustrations showing all different types of North American birds in their natural environments; all reproduced from hand-engraved plates. John James Audubon is celebrated for giving the world the first great collection of American birds and his work is considered the archetype of wildlife illustration.

Product Specification

This is a licensed print. We use 2mm cast acrylic, which is visually indistinguishable from glass and virtually unbreakable. 

We specifically do not use styrene, as, though cheaper, it is normally only 1mm thick, offers far less support, and goes yellow over time. 

We use MDF backboard for strength. As MDF is a wood product, it can contain acids. To safeguard against these leeching out and affecting your print, we insert an acid free sheet of conservation barrier board between the back and print. 

All of our prints are delivered ready to hang. 

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