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      Bird Art For Sale

      Discover our collection of bird art available to buy or rent today. Our online collection showcases some of the best contemporary artists producing art around the theme of birds. If you’re not sure where to start, take a look at bird prints or bird drawings.

      Paul Coghlin is a photographer who is praised for his incredibly detailed photographs. This is evident in his image African Spotted Owl Looking Out (2019). In this image Coghlin has captured one of the most beautiful yet illusive birds. The black backdrop intensifies the detail of the face and reminds us of the nocturnal nature of these mysterious animals. This shot allows the viewer to almost make eye contact with the owl, offering us a unique and intriguing interaction.

      KEELERTORNERO is an artistic duo made up of Chin Keeler and Emma Tornero. These artists engage with the subject of birds in the drawing Bird Tree (2013). On first look this image could be a scientific record of different birds, as the style appears detailed and traditional. However, on closer look you can start to spot unusual anatomical elements, resulting in a highly surreal image.

      History of Bird Art

      Birds have been depicted in prehistoric art found in caves in Africa, South America, the Caribbean and Europe, despite the rarity of the creature. Paintings tended to depict larger animals. One of the earliest European examples was found in the Lascaux Caves in south-west France. The painting was named Bird-headed Man and Bird on a Stick and is dated to around 17,000 years ago.

      In Ancient Egypt, birds were abundant in the fertile marshlands of the river Nile and the Egyptians had a strong affinity with them, often painting them in their tombs.

      The Romans were also fond of birds and kept them as household pets or painted them to adorn their homes. They had a special relationship with birds through the practice of Augury, whereby an individual would observe the flight of birds to interpret omens.

      In Christianity, birds hold symbolic meaning as they are thought to signify the presence of God. The dove signifies the presence of the Holy Spirit, the eagle signifies the caring mother, and the sparrow is intended to show that God cares for even the most insignificant things. These birds are often used as decoration for bibles or song books.

      Birds became popular still life subjects or were depicted as trophies, symbolising a good hunt. When explorers began travelling further, birds paintings were also used to record the exotic species they discovered. Since then birds have been depicted by artists such as Pablo Picasso, as a subject of experimentation and abstraction.

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        Drawings - 70x70 cmRent for $ 115/mo

        Hummingbird VII

        Prints - 76x76 cm

        Covey of Grouse - Left

        Prints - 60x42 cm

        Hummingbird VII

        Prints - 109x109 cm

        Bird tail

        Drawings - 32x24 cmRent for $ 60/mo

        Blue Grey Tanager

        Paintings - 14x18 cm

        Turquoise Honeycreeper

        Paintings - 14x18 cm

        Brazilian Tanager

        Paintings - 14x18 cm


        Paintings - 50x70 cm

        Vol II (Flight II)

        Paintings - 27x27 cm


        Drawings - 50x65 cm


        Prints - 61x51 cmRent for $ 62/mo

        Flying Bird No.2

        Drawings - 50x50 cm

        Langi Tagl Audubon (Small)

        Prints - 42x30 cmRent for $ 47/mo

        Hornbill III

        Paintings - 100x80 cm


        Sculpture - 58x15 cm

        Bird Feed

        Photography - 10x15 cm


        Prints - 42x30 cmRent for $ 46/mo