By: Sarah E Boehme
199 pages, 180 illus
The superb draftmanship and extensive field research that characterize Audubon's famous birds paintings are everywhere evident in the renderings of bison, foxes, deer, and much more. The text, by four noted Audubon scholars, places Audubon's mammals in the context of his life's work and evaluates his enduring scientific, artistic, and literary legacy.
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