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Choose from 501 pictures in our Peacock collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Isola Bella, Italy Featured Peacock Print

Isola Bella, Italy

The island of Isola Bella is perhaps the most admired destination on Lake Maggiore. It derives its fame from its stunning Baroque palace and elaborate Italian gardens. It was the crowning glory of a group of famous Italian architects in the 17th century who, thanks to generous sponsorship from the Borromeo family, were able to create a unique masterpiece.There are a number of peacock birds that roam round the gardens which adds charm to the gardens

© Nick Brundle - Photography

Tippo Saib's peacock, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Peacock Print

Tippo Saib's peacock, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Tippo Saib's peacock, 1844. The Huma Bird, an ornament in the shape of a bird of paradise made from gold, rubies, emeralds, diamonds, pearls, silver gilt for Tipu, Sultan of Mysore. After Tipu's defeat and death in 1799, his treasury and library in Seringapatam were ransacked by British forces. The Huma Bird was acquired by Marquess Wellesley for the Directors of the East India Company in 1799. It was then presented to George III. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Colorful and Distinctive Peacock Tail Feathers Featured Peacock Print

Colorful and Distinctive Peacock Tail Feathers

These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird's total body length and boast colorful "eye" markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues. The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays. It can be arched into a magnificent fan that reaches across the bird's back and touches the ground on either side. Females are believed to choose their mates according to the size, colour, and quality of these outrageous feather trains

© Darrell Gulin 2015