This illustration by Alexander Wilson dates back to the 1870s, making it one of the earliest recorded images of the ring tail and sea eagles (who belong to the same family as the better-known bald eagle). Nearly 150 years later, the sketch is getting the modern-day treatment with this print, based on the original wood engraving that was used for old-school printing.
Attribution: Original print from American ornithology; or, The natural history of the birds of the United States, By Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813. London, Cassell, Petter & Galpin [187-]. White border has been added to source print. Sourced from the Biodiversity Library.
Digital giclée print
Archival Epson K3 inks
Printed on 250g matte, hot press paper
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