Edward Lear painting of Lear’s Macaw English 19th century


Edward Lear painting of Lear’s Macaw English 19th century bird prints ready to frame Full colour print on premium art paper P5125


πŸ’œ An unusual bird painting by Edward Lear the famed British artist, illustrator, musician, author and poet, now known mostly for his literary nonsense in poetry and prose and especially his limericks, a form he popularized.
πŸ’œ A painting by Edward Lear of a Lear’s Macaw, which he had originally mistakenly described as a Hyacinth Macaw (before Lear’s Macaw had been identified as a separate species
πŸ’œ The print is delivered without a mat and frame. The images are to show how beautiful they look framed.

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Premium Archival Matte Fine Art Paper: a smooth, neutral-white, matte paper.


a Bright White Heavy Textured Matte Fine Art Paper

a 100% cotton rag inkjet paper with a bright white, textured surface with an extremely-high colour gamut.This surface replicates that of traditional watercolour artist papers.

An image from the original Victorian Engraving, cleaned and resized, printed at our production partner in USA. No matter which size you choose, clarity is retained.

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Thank you so much for visiting our store, we hope you find something that you like enough to buy! πŸ’•β€οΈ If you have a specific request or size in mind, please message us, we are here to please! Thank youThe watermark will be removed before printing! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Printed and shipped from US ✳️ All images are printed with 0.25” Bleed (0.25” of white-space inside each edge of the paper) unless otherwise requested


16 x 24, 16 x 24 textured, 8 x 12, 8 x 12 textured


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