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Gray-fronted dove, Leptotila rufaxilla, native Featured Edward Lear Print

Gray-fronted dove, Leptotila rufaxilla, native

Gray-fronted dove, Leptotila rufaxilla, native to South America. . Handcolored steel engraving by William Lizars after an illustration by Edward Lear from Prideaux John Selby's volume Pigeons in Sir William Jardine's Naturalist's Library: Ornithology, published by W.H. Lizars, Edinburgh, 1835

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Passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius, extinct Featured Edward Lear Print

Passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius, extinct

Passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius, extinct. . Handcolored engraving on steel by William Lizars from a drawing by Edward Lear from Sir William Jardine's Naturalist's Library: Ornithology, Pigeons, Lizars, Edinburgh, 1843. Edward Lear was an English artist and poet, now better known for his nonsense verse than his skillful ornithological illustrations

The Cedars of Lebanon, by Edward Lear Featured Edward Lear Print

The Cedars of Lebanon, by Edward Lear

The Cedars of Lebanon, by Edward Lear (1812-1888). The first version was painted in 1861; this is a later version, commissioned by Charles Roundell MP. The cedar trees were in the grounds of Oatlands Park Hotel, Weybridge, Surrey. The oldest tree was reputed to have been imported from the Lebanon, and planted to commemorate the birth of Prince Henry, son of James I, though another source claims that it was planted to celebrate the birth of Charles I's son Henry, 1st Duke of Gloucester, who was born at Oatlands. Date: 1860s

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