Andrew Lambirth

Painted, sculpted and stuffed: a history of the bird in art

From Babylonian ducks to Norwich City canaries: Andrew Lambirth admires the bravery of Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery’s new survey

‘Hawk Pouncing on Partridges’, c.1827, by John James Audubon [© university of liverpool victoria gallery & museum]

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