Edward Lear, bird prints
Edward Lear 1812-1888

Best known today as the author of nonsense verse,
Lear is regarded as one of the finest of bird artists. An associate of John Gould, his instruction of Elizabeth Gould was instrumental in her development as an artist in her own right. Lear joined Gould as a pioneer in the use of the lithograph for bird illustration.


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Edward Lear, bird prints

#EL001 Sea Eagle
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl000 Purple-Capped Lory
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl003 Malacca Ring-Parrakeet
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl004 Patagonian Arara
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl005 The Great Green Maccaw
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl006 Blue and Yellow Maccaw
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl008 Noble Parrot Maccaw
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl009 Festive Parrot
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl010 Ash-Coloured or Grey Parrot
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Edward Lear, Original prints

#ELnl014 Lesser sulphur crested Cockatoo
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Edward Lear Original prints

#ELnl016 Goliah Aratoo
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Edward Lear original prints

#ELnl017 Dasyptilus
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Edward Lear Original prints

#ELnl022 Orange-Winged Lorikeet
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Edward Lear bird prints

#ELnl028 Undulated Nanodes
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#GO586 Spotted Cormorant
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