desires and passions-a kind of life that Epstein finds "thin, hollow, and
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...