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Choose from 167 pictures in our Bulbuls collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Brown-eared bulbuls (Hypsipetes amaurotis) Featured Bulbuls Image

Brown-eared bulbuls (Hypsipetes amaurotis)

Brown-eared bulbuls (Hypsipetes amaurotis), gathered with Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius), Rustic bunting (Emberiza rustica), Grey-capped greenfinch (Carduelis sinica), Hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes), Naumann's thrush (Turdus naumanni), to sip from and bathe in a puddle in woodland. Japan

Sarojini Naidu (b/w photo) Featured Bulbuls Image

Sarojini Naidu (b/w photo)

XJF354212 Sarojini Naidu (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Born Sarojini Chattopadhyaya (1879-1949) Child prodigy, freedom fighter and poet; first female president of the Indian National Congress and Governor of Uttar Pradesh; closely aligned with Gandhi during the Independence Movement in India;); English, out of copyright

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Hundred Birds and the Three Friends, first quarter of the 1400s. Creator: Bian Wenjin (Chinese Featured Bulbuls Image

Hundred Birds and the Three Friends, first quarter of the 1400s. Creator: Bian Wenjin (Chinese

Hundred Birds and the Three Friends, first quarter of the 1400s. Among the most talented court painters of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), Bian Wenjin was known for harmoniously combining elegant calligraphic brushwork with meticulous realism. From his close observations of nature, he carefully depicted four large magpies, medium-sized songbirds (bulbuls) with white necks and black heads, and numerous small sparrows in this painting. Ming period bird-and-flower paintings, as exemplified in this work, became much more ostentatious in size and colour scheme than those in earlier periods. Like many imperially commissioned works of art, Bian's bird-and-flower works served as a vehicle to convey auspicious meanings or positive political messages for his imperial patrons. The "hundred bird" theme symbolizes the prosperity of a state under the rule of a sophisticated emperor. The "three friends of winter"--pine, bamboo, and plum blossoms--represent one's enduring perseverance in a harsh environment

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