Least Stormy Petral by James Audubon

AUD$40.00AUD$500.00

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  • All Art is Hand Made in Noosa, Australia not Imported from China
  • Free image manipulation such as removing red eye, straightening horizons and lightening the image if needed
  • Art is delivered delivered ready to hang on the wall, straight to your door
  • Carefully bubble wrapped and boxed to prevent damage in transit
  • Free choice of 6 wrapping types
  • Every canvas print is stretched by hand on a quality kiln dried pine wood stretcher frame
  • Protected with invisible spray UV laminate against fading in the harsh Australian climate, our art shouldn’t fade for up to 70 years!

Product Description

Behold John James Audubon’s “Least Stormy Petral”, an engraving and hand colored aquatint from the Birds of America, Plate 340, created between 1827 – 1838.

As with all our art this piece can be delivered in a variety of formats from a stretched canvas print, rolled canvas or printed on high quality paper for you to frame.

Additional Information

Art Type

Framed Prints, Paper Prints, Rolled Canvas, Stretched Canvas Print

Dimensions

Small 12in x 18in (305mm x 457mm), Medium 18in x 27in (457mm x 686mm), Large 24in x 36in (610mm x 914mm), X Large 40in x 60in (1016mm x 1524mm)

These are the media options we offer, more information can be found here.
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  • Helen Poole

    Wow. Thank you so much Gary. When my friends and visitors comment on the canvases, I will make sure to direct them to your website! Regards

    -Helen Poole

  • Shanon L

    A perfect wedding anniversary present was created for my inlaws, first time. After efficient, smooth customer service, canvas turned out just as I pictured and receiver and others were very impressed. \”A gift to treasure forever\” thank you Gary!

     

  • Laura Caballero

    Ta daaaa! The prints went up this morning and they look fantastic! My photos don\’t really do them any justice but I thought you may want to see what the set looked like once hung. Thank you for your great work.

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