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Tessa Horrocks
Pebbles are great (sepia spiral)
Akihide kakiuchi
Gekka No. 1 (Under the Moon No. 1)
Akihide Kakiuchi
Umi no iraka (Tiled Roof in the Ocean)
Keisei Kobayashi
Eden - 08 E
Keisei Kobayashi
Eden 08 E
Keisei Kobayashi
Eden - 08 B
Keisei Kobayashi
City 2015B
Keisei Kobayashi
Roots 2015B
Keisei Kobayashi
Eden 2015B
Keisei Kobayashi
Eden 08 C
Keisei Kobayashi
03 C1 City
Keisei Kobayashi
Roots B
Keisei Kobayashi
Spring (Blooming Forest)
Keisei Kobayashi
A Girl in Summer (Blooming Forest)
Keisei Kobayashi
A 2
Keisei Kobayashi
C
Keisei Kobayashi
Root V
Keisei Kobayashi
at the dawn c
Keisei Kobayashi
Prologue C
Keisei Kobayashi
03 A1 Roots
Keisei Kobayashi
No. 8

EXHIBITIONS


Introductions | 2016

September 1st through October 1st.

Davidson Galleries is pleased introduce these talented printmakers from around the world. 

John James Audubon: Select Works

September 1st - October 1st, 2016
First Thursday Opening Reception: September 1st, 6-8PM

For half a century, John James Audubon was one of America‚Äôs dominant wildlife artists and his respect and concern for the natural world would come to influence  modern conservationism and environmentalism movements, such as the National Audubon Society named in his honor.  For several years he travelled extensively, sketching and writing, producing over 400 detailed drawings.  His intent was to turn them into a portfolio of engravings that depicted the birds in a life-sized format.  His four-volume opus The Birds of America was first printed in London by Havell & Son in 1827.   With the success and continued demand for his work, Audubon began work on a more compact edition of Birds of America, the Royal Octavo edition as well as a series mammals titled The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.This exhibition offers a wide range of original Audubon prints from both his Birds of America and Quadruped series. 

The works here can be seen on display in the gallery.  For a complete list of available Audubon prints, please visit the Audubon page here.