Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132
Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132 Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132 Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132 Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132 Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132

Original JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON Colored Lithograph, Hare-Indian Dog, Plate 132

Ref: B-57-0216
An antique, hand colored lithograph print in the large imperial folio size by famed artist John James Audubon. Title: Canis Familiarus, Linn./Hare-Indian Dog. Plate: 132. Imperial folio edition. John James Audubon, The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America. Printer: J.T. Bowen (Philadelphia, PA).

The Hare Indian hunting dog was native to Canada and originally thought to be a cross between a domestic dog and a coyote.

John James Audubon was an American naturalist, painter and ornithologist known for his field work studying birds and then painting them. Later his paintings made into hand-colored, life-size prints, made from engraved plates and were published into books. Many of the books have disassembled the the prints were framed as art.
MAKER
John Woodhouse Audubon (American, 1812-62)
DATE
1848
DIMENSIONS
Width 38.75 Depth 1.5 Height 32 in.
Sight: Width 26.25 Height 20 in.
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