John James Audubon, the French American ornithologist, is now renowned for his superlative bird paintings. This unique book concentrates on the time Audubon spent in Edinburgh, which was perhaps the most important period in his life, as it was here that his paintings were first engraved and he realised his ambition of their publication. Audubon met many of Edinburgh's notable citizens, and this readable account gives a vivid description of life in Edinburgh in the early 19th century.
Publisher: NMSE - Publishing Ltd
Weight: 914 g
Dimensions: 275 x 215 x 15 mm
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