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Early Nature Artists in Florida

SKU:  SP 629
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From The History Press:
Florida's stunning landscapes and captivating wildlife served as inspiration for early naturalists exploring new horizons, including John James Audubon. His beloved artwork showcased elegant herons, acrobatic terns, endearing pelicans, and colorful roseate spoonbills. However, Audubon wasn't the first nature artist enchanted by Florida. Mark Catesby, an English country squire turned adventurer, introduced Florida's wonders to a European audience in the 1700s. William Bartram, a Pennsylvania Quaker, ventured south to explore the Florida wilderness, canoeing across alligator-filled lakes and sketching the creatures he encountered. Author Chris Fasolino recounts these artistic expeditions in a collection enriched with gorgeous artwork, featuring high-definition images of Audubon's rarely seen original paintings.

By Chris Fasolino, ISBN 978-1-4671-5032-3, 128 pages, copyright 2021.

Early Nature Artists in Florida

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SKU:  SP 629
Weight:  1.00
Price: $21.99
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