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Audubon Prints - Bring Nature Home

First visit? Select Princeton Double Elephant Edition/apply discount code Princeton. One use per customer.

Welcome, and thank you for your visit. Nature's always in style so come home to Audubon with unframed original John James Audubon prints from the 1800's and limited edition fine art Audubon prints, both life-size double elephants and reduced size baby elephants. We feature the Princeton Double Elephant Edition - the world's only direct-camera edition - said to be the finest Audubon print edition ever produced. We guarantee your satisfaction. 100% money back guarantee if not satisfied for any reason. Click here for a site index with Audubon references including informative videos. Contact us or chat below with any questions or special requests. 908.510.1621. Customer service, Why the name Princeton? How can I tell if my Audubon print is real? What are Audubon prints? What do the numbers mean? Oh, and before you browse our site, feather your nest with the Internet's best deal on Audubon fine art.

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Welcome to Princeton Audubon. Today's featured print is the Gyrfalcon or Iceland Falcon, Audubon's plate # 366. Interestingly, Audubon's larger compositions will always end in either the number 1 or 6. This life-size double elephant image measures more than two feet by three feet on archival paper. True Audubon fine art!

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Create new memories!

Certain to become an heirloom, the Roseate Spoonbill will add depth to your vistas. We suggest an accent lamp at top frame.


Frame history!

Detailed here is our original Ivory-billed Woodpecker (extinct), a hard to find Audubon/Havell.

Audubon/Havell Ivory-billed Woodpecker

The "Old Male" from Cuba

The name given by Audubon to the American Flamingo, plate # 431. This particular specimen was obtained off the shores of Cuba.

American Flamingo

Carolina on your mind?

On sale today. Rarely did Audubon include recognizable civilization in his compositions. The 1832 port of Charleston, SC, contains structures that still exist today!

The Long-billed Curlew

Massive Audubon!

Audubon wrote: "Ranged along the margins of the sand-bar, in broken array, stand a hundred heavy-bodied Pelicans...Pluming themselves, the gorged Pelicans patiently wait the return of hunger. Should one chance to gape, all, as if by sympathy, in succession open their long and broad mandibles, yawning lazily and ludicrously.

Plate 311, The American White Pelican

Absolute Audubon!

This painting was probably done in 1824, when Audubon was near the Great Lakes. It depicts two males fighting over a female and is one of the few works in which Audubon drew all three of the compositional elements: birds, plants, and landscape. His assistants usually painted the flora and backgrounds. So this print is absolute Audubon!

Pinnated Grous

Having a bad day?

Audubon's compositions were drawn from nature, capturing moments of drama. Bring the outdoors indoors with our Fish Hawk or Osprey print. Measuring more than two feet by three feet our Osprey will become the focal point of your room.


Make your walls pop!

This portrait was based on a composition probably painted in 1829 on the East coast. Audubon gave these birds one of the only nocturnal settings found in The Birds of America. He used pencil to portray the owl's soft, downy feathers.

Snowy Owl

And fur your den...

After finishing his monumental work, The Birds of North America, John James Audubon set his sights on the mammals. The experience he gained working on the birds allowed a perfection of his technique that gave rise to the pinnacle of his life’s work in the best of these mammals. Princeton Audubon has chosen the best of the best to reproduce in this limited-edition collection.

Audubon Imperial Prints

Audubon's Birds are life size!

"Merely to say, that each of my illustrations is of the size of nature, were too vague ... Not only is every object, as a whole, of the natural size, but also every portion of each object. The compass aided me in its delineation, regulated and corrected each part, ... The bill, the feet, the legs, the claws, the very feathers as they project one beyond another, have been accurately measured." John James Audubon. Ornithological Biography, Volume 1

When setting forth on this great project, Audubon wrote "...nothing, after all, could ever answer my enthusiastic desires to represent nature, except to copy her in her own way, alive and moving!" Moments of drama in natural settings is the appeal of Audubon's life-size prints. "Having studied drawing for a short while in my youth under good masters, I felt a great desire to make choice of a style more particularly adapted to the imitation of feathers than the drawings in water colours that I had been in the habit of seeing, and moreover, to complete a collection not only valuable to the scientific class, but pleasing to every person, by adopting a different course of representation from the mere profile-like cut figures, given usually in works of that kind." - John James Audubon

Audubon references

Audubon information you can use.

Print Identification and Authentication

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Audubon Octavo Print “States” Versus “Editions”, Plus Valuations, Collecting, and the Marketplace.

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A Brief Introduction to Audubon and the Original Editions

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Do You Really Own A 1st Edition Octavo Quad Print?

Reproduced by permission of the author - Ron Flynn Do You Really Own A 1st Edition Octavo Quad Print?by Ron...