4 edition of John Gould"s birds. found in the catalog.
John Gould"s birds.
|Other titles||Birds of Great Britain.|
|Contributions||Gould, John, 1804-1881., Lambourne, Maureen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
Each of these John Gould exquisitely defines these beloved birds. It is said that John Gould personal collection of actual specimens of this bird was over skins. The depictions are shown with the flora indigenous to the area for the hummingbirds. Strong botanical elements add a dimension not found in other great bird books. John Gould was born in and became one of the greatest ornithologists ever known. He studied wildlife and nature at the Royal Gardens in Windsor, where his father was appointed. He published his first work "A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains" at the age of
Birds of Great Britain by Gould, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Condition: As New. Catalogue Lithograph. A small, high-quality modern lithograph taken from a painting by John James Audobon, published in Christies' 'Birds of America' auction catalogue, April 24th The print is in excellent condition, clean and unmarked across the entire image surface with no notable signs of prior handling or use.
The Handbook to the Birds of Australia is a two-volume work published in London in by the author John was published in octavo format ( x mm), containing some pages, bound in green cloth with gilt lyrebirds on the front covers and with decorated gilt spines. The two volumes are separately paginated and include no illustrations It is essentially a revision and update of Author: John Gould. John Gould's Birds book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Pp. , fine color illustrations from Gould's works on Great Brita 4/5(3).
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The book also contains a large section in the back of the book of Notes on the Plates, which describes each of them and has their scientific and common, for the time era, names. The plates are stellar and surly will please any reader.
If you love hummingbirds and are a fan of the work of Gould and Audubon, here is the book for you!/5(11). JOHN GOULD'S BIRDS. Hardcover – January 1, by Ed.) Lambourne, M. De Battisti (Author), Fine Color Plates (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 ratings.
See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(4). For all the bird lovers, the definitive collection of hummingbird illustrations by 19th-century naturalist painter John Gould, the "British Audubon".5/5(10). His many books include an acclaimed historical survey of ornithological illustration, Birds: The Art of Ornithology.
Based in London, he is a Scientific Fellow of John Goulds birds. book Zoological Society of London and a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London/5(8).
Rare set of John Gould's bird books for sale – in pictures. John Gould was one of the most brilliant ornithologists of the 19th century, and a talented artist to boot. He worked with Charles.
John Gould: the bird man / by Maureen Lambourne -- Raptores (Birds of prey and owls) -- Insessores (Nightjars, swifts, kingfishers and their allies, and perching birds) -- Insessores (Perching birds, cuckoos, and woodpeckers) -- Rasores (Pigeons and their allies, gallinaceous birds, and bustards) and Grallatores (Cranes, herons and their allies, waders, and rails) -- Natatores (Waterfowl and sea birds) -.
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Title. The birds of Great Britain. Title Variants: Alternative: Gould's Birds of Great Britain By. Gould, John, Wolf, Joseph,ill Richter. Bumped corner. All of John Gould's hummingbirds in one volume, originally published between and including the Supplementary volume completed after Gould's death in An invaluable reference.
full-page color plates plus 74 pages of notes. Oversize-extra postage may be requested. John Gould's birds. [John Gould; Maureen Lambourne] -- More than three hundred color illustrations show various species of native British birds in characteristic poses.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Gould; Maureen Lambourne. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "First published. John Gould has 36 books on Goodreads with 80 ratings.
John Gould’s most popular book is John Gould's Hummingbirds. The Birds of Australia was a book written by John Gould and published in seven volumes between andwith a supplement published between and It was the first comprehensive survey of the birds of Australia and included descriptions of species, of which were new to Western science and were first described by Gould.
entrepreneur John Gould. For many, they are the world’s finest ornithological illustrations. The plates were produced using the fledgling art of lithography and coloured by hand. They featured in Gould’s celebrated books, intermingled with the work of other, often less accomplished artists.
Among the publications of John Gould are: Gould, John (–37). The Birds of Europe. London: published by the author; printed by Richard and John E. Taylor. OCLC John Gould; A Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family of Toucans; – 1 vol. 34 plates; Artists: J. Gould, E. John Gould Fields: Ornithology.
A landmark of Victorian ornithology, John Gould's The Birds of Australia originally appeared in 36 parts between and It is a massive work comprising 8 folio sized volumes that depict and describe all of the Australian bird varieties then known, many of them recorded by Gould. John Gould () The Birds of Asia London, Lithographs with original hand-coloring John Gould () was without question the most prolific and successful ornithological artist of the 19th century, and the only one to rival John James Audubon.
GOULD, John (). A complete set of the celebrated folio bird books formed by Gould's close acquaintance, George Savile Foljambe (). Buy John Gould's Birds by John Gould online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Joel and Laura Oppenheimer hold a copy of their newly released book, The Family of Hummingbirds: The Complete Prints of John Gould, published in by Rizzoli/Electa.
Oppenheimer’s chapter on production tackles the techniques of lithography, which was the method used for all of Gould. John Gould () was a prolific bird artist and the most celebrated ornithologist of Victorian Britain. He published more than forty folio volumes on birds of the world, beautifully illustrated with nearly 3, hand-coloured lithographic plates.
Considered a pioneer of ornithology, Gould’s identification of the birds now known as "Darwin's finches" helped Charles Darwin develop his.John Gould, known as "The Bird Man", lived from He lived in England but he travelled to many then remote areas of the world to obtain bird specimens for his various editions of hand painted bird lithographs that he became famous for.
John Gould employed other distinguished artists to help with the hand coloring throughout his career.