Audubon's Artistry

Audubon's Artistry

desires and passions-a kind of life that Epstein finds "thin, hollow, and
.. .
finally empty."
Audubon "Audubon and His Legacy" John McEwen, in Art in America (Sept. 1985), 980 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10021
"It is a strange snobbery that isolates botanical or ornithological illustration from. . . art," says McEwen, who writes for the Times of London. "John James Audubon [1785-18511 is one of the most notable victims of this prejudice."
It is true...

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