Discover Audubon Prints
The name of John James Audubon immediately brings to mind his beautiful, accurate bird drawings. Audubon's prints were, however, the smallest part of the work he left. A naturalist who relocated to his father's plantation, Mill Grove, in America, he followed his fascination with birds while running the family business. Audubon and his wife then moved to Kentucky, where he continued studying birds and amassing the artwork that would later form his 435-plate book, The Birds of America.