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Audubon Birds Oven Mitt and Pot Holder

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Description

Artist, birdwatcher, and conservationist John James Audubon (American, 17851851) captured North American birds spirited energy in their native habitats. A set of Audubon lithographs (184044) is a Museum treasure. The birds on this colorful oven mitt and pot holder are adapted from Plate 169, Painted Bunting, an original lithograph in the Museums collection.

Polyester fill.

Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L.
Pot holder: 8'' x 8''.

  • Polyester fill

  • Pot holder: 8'' x 8''
  • Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L

Art History

Artist John James Audubon (American, 17851851) portrayed North American birds in their native habitats. After sketching in the wild, Audubon made 435 watercolors for The Birds of America, a lavish series of aquatints published between 1827 and 1838. He then published 500 smaller hand-colored lithographs based on his designs between 1840 and 1844.

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Description

Artist, birdwatcher, and conservationist John James Audubon (American, 17851851) captured North American birds spirited energy in their native habitats. A set of Audubon lithographs (184044) is a Museum treasure. The birds on this colorful oven mitt and pot holder are adapted from Plate 169, Painted Bunting, an original lithograph in the Museums collection.

Polyester fill.

Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L.
Pot holder: 8'' x 8''.





  • Polyester fill

  • Pot holder: 8'' x 8''
  • Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L




Art History

Artist John James Audubon (American, 17851851) portrayed North American birds in their native habitats. After sketching in the wild, Audubon made 435 watercolors for The Birds of America, a lavish series of aquatints published between 1827 and 1838. He then published 500 smaller hand-colored lithographs based on his designs between 1840 and 1844.


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