3 edition of A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds. found in the catalog.
A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds.
British Museum (Natural History)
|Genre||Catalogs, Catalogs and collctions|
|Contributions||Gould, John, 1804-1881, Günther, Albert C. L. G. 1830-1914.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.A558 B74 1885|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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A guide to the Gould Collection of humming birds / Title Variants: Alternative: Guides to Humming Birds (), Reptiles & Fishes (). British Museum (Natural History) British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. [Birds]. Bound with nine other BMNH guides, in: Guides to Humming Birds (), Reptiles & Fishes (), barcode Pages: A guide to the Gould Collection of humming birds / Title Variants: Alternative: Guides to Humming Birds (), Reptiles & Fishes () By.
British Museum (Natural History) British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. [Birds]. All of John Gould's hummingbirds in one volume, originally published between and including the Supplementary volume completed after Gould's death in An invaluable reference.
full-page color plates plus 74 pages of notes. For all the bird lovers, the definitive collection of hummingbird illustrations by 19th-century naturalist painter John Gould, the "British Audubon".
This sublime collection of superbly detailed hand-colored lithographs of hummingbirds, created by John Gould, the “British Audubon,” in the mids, represents all the known species at 5/5(10). John Gould FRS (/ ɡ uː l A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds.
book /; 14 September – 3 February ) was an English ornithologist and bird artist. He published a number of monographs on birds, illustrated by plates that he produced with the assistance of his wife, Elizabeth Gould, and several other artists including Edward Lear, Henry Constantine Richter, Joseph Wolf and William Matthew : Ornithology.
George Savile followed his grandfather's example not only by enlarging the collection of natural history books substantially, but also by befriending the most important - and celebrated - ornithologist of the time, John Gould.
John Gould has been considered equal to Audubon in importance to the 19th-century iconography of birds. "A combination of illustrated field guide, fact book, and folklore collection, "Hummingbirds" is a new kind of wildlife book.
This concise, illustrated handbook presents an accurate, informative portrait of hummingbirds in their natural habitat, along with an examination of their relationship to. A Guide to the Gould Collection of Humming-Birds por British Museum (Natural History) Dept,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis.
Gould, famed for his exuberant yet precise bird illustrations, had begun studying hummingbirds some 40 years earlier, publishing his important Monograph of the Trochilidae between and He displayed his extensive mounted collection of hummingbirds at the Zoological Gardens in Regent’s Park in on the occasion of the Great Exhibition.
There is, as yet uncataloged, a total collection of over unique items: sheets of rough sketches, finished water-colors, lithographic tracings, black and white lithographs, and in addition eleven original lithographic stones.
This part of the Gould collection is the most unusual and valuable because, of course, it is all unique material. The book falls far short of expectations given its title and the reputation of the senior authors (MF and SW).
Firstly, it is NOT a "life-size guide to every species", as photographs are missing for 76 species including many commoner hummingbirds/5(). John James Audubon's Birds of America. Explore the Collection. Protect Birds from Climate Change. Two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction from climate change.
U rge Congress to act now. Get Audubon in Your Inbox. Let us send you the latest in bird and conservation news. Find Audubon Near You. Humming Bird Print02 restored from John Gould's book from the 's. These prints can be order in 8x10,11x14,11x17 and 12x18 inches. by Blossomprintsandmore on Etsy Identify Your Common Backyard Birds.
Humming birds Mary Kirby - - pages. An introduction to the Trochilidæ, or family of humming-birds John A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds. book - - 80 pages. Genera of humming birds: being also a complete monograph of these Adolphe Boucard - - pages.
A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Zoology Seller Rating: % positive. ORNITHOLOGY ANTIQUE books BIRDS identification color plates HUMMINGBIRDS DVD - $ Coins of India Reference Library This DVD is part of our Historic Book Collection.
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Bunce. Family of Humming-birds, completed in six volumes inwas the culmination of a fifty-year career of John Gould, one of the earliest and most renowned ornithologists. A publication of hand-colored illustrations representing all the known species of hummingbirds of the day, it was considered the definitive scientific reference of the era on the subject.
For all the bird lovers, the definitive collection of hummingbird illustrations by 19th-century naturalist painter John Gould, the "British Audubon". This sublime collection of superbly detailed hand-colored lithographs of hummingbirds, created by John Gould, the “British Audubon,” in the mids, represents all the known species at Brand: Rizzoli.
As far as it goes, this is a delightful little book but its title is a bit misleading. To me, 'a life-size guide to every species' means a life-size guide to EVERY species, not most species.
At the back are 76 species with no photo, a fairly large percentage of hummingbirds/5(). - Explore julesmadarahort's board "Beautiful Gould's Jewelfront Hummingbird Photography" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Hummingbird, Pet birds and Birds pins. There are more than different hummingbird species in the world, though the exact number of species is often debated based on subspecies and accepted divisions between closely related birds.
To make it even more confusing, many birds often have different common names in their local regions, particularly for wide-ranging species.
Gould published A Monograph of the Trochilidae or Humming Birdswith plates (). Gould set out to create the most comprehensive record of native birds in The Birds of Great Britain (). In preparation for the volume, Gould took an ornithological tour of Scandinavia in where he made rough sketches from nature and specimens.
You will find that the plates included herein are attributed to both Gould and Richter. The sources for this edition are form the volumes of A monograph of the Trochilidæ, or family of humming-birds (volumes ) and a supplement that was completed after Gould’s death by R.
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“All ornithologists are not artists. Many artists are not successful businessmen. In the field of natural history the accomplishments of this man in his 76 years of life from to are truly monumental.
No other ornithologist has ever exceeded (or will ever exceed) the number of Gould’s bird discoveries and the magnitude and splendour of his folio publications” (Gordon Sauer, John. A guide to the Gould collection of humming-birds British Museum (Natural Histor Read. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published.Accessible book, Natural history, Early works to We are very lucky to have in the Cardiff Rare Books Collection complete sets of some of John Gould’s greatest works, including The Birds of Europe, The Birds of Great Britain, and Gould’s masterpiece, A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-birds.
Hummingbirds were Gould’s great obsession and he accumulated a collection of. * Gould (J. & E.). A collection of 14 lithographs, originally published in 'The Birds of Europe', [ - 35], lithographs with contemporary hand colouring, each with page of descriptive text, each approx. x mm (Qty: 14) NOTES.
6 Full Color Prints Humming Birds by John Gould This auction is for a set of 6 prints by artist John Gould. They come in the original paper cover. The cover has some flaws but, is still in descent condition. I only saw one flaw at the top of the first print pictured.
This could easily be trimmed. I have pictured each print, front and back. John Gould FRS (/ ɡ uː l d /; 14 September – 3 February ) was an English ornithologist and bird artist. He published a number of monographs on birds, illustrated by plates that he produced with the assistance of his wife, Elizabeth Gould, and several other artists including Edward Lear, Henry Constantine Richter, Joseph Wolf and William Matthew Hart.
Gould would draw rough pencil or watercolor sketches of hummingbird specimens, which served as guides for a team of artists, including his wife, Elizabeth. Gould also worked with lithographers, who applied gold and silver leaf underneath the watercolor to achieve a lifelike illustration of the hummingbird’s iridescent feathers.
Hummingbirds: A Life-Size Guide to Every Species. by Fogden, Michael; Marianne Taylor, and Sheri L. Williamson.pp, ISBN: hardcover; attractive photo collection for (78%) of the world's species of hummingbirds with brief summaries for the other 76 not shown; of the species shown most (75%) are by only the male and 12% by only the female; text for each bird.
John Gould (14 September – 3 February ) was an English ornithologist and bird artist. He published a number of monographs on birds, illustrated by plates that he produced with the assistance of his wife, Elizabeth Gould and several other artists including Edward Lear, Henry Constantine Richter, Joseph Wolf and William Matthew has been considered the father of bird study in.
Particularly impressive is the magnificent matched set of Gould's major folio volumes, which forms the centerpiece of the Gould holdings at Cornell. Included in this set is a work that probably represents the peak of Gould's art, his A monograph of the Trochilidae, or family of humming-birds (), issued in five folio volumes plus a.
I have two humming bird prints by j gould and hc richter also on the left is hullmandel & walton imp one print shows 3 humming birds and the other shows two. Expert's Assistant: I always love having an appraiser look at my stuff. Sometimes its turned out to be surprisingly valuable.
- ORIGINAL hand-colored lithographs from the original first edition of Birds of Great Britain, published in and now exceedingly rare. In the world of great ornithological works, this one stands very tall indeed and it is arguably Gould’s masterpiece - the culmination of a life spent in the world of nature and of many years experience in bird art and 19th century.
While I can’t be certain if the holiday existed back in the s, even then people knew butterflies and hummingbirds were special.
This enthusiasm resulted in books with beautiful illustrations. One of the more popular ones is John Gould’s A Monograph of the Trochilidæ, or Family of Humming Birds, which you can read more about here. - With tremendous pleasure we offer these superb ORIGINAL hand-colored lithographs from the original first edition of Birds of Great Britain, published in and now exceedingly rare.
In the world of great ornithological works, this one stands very tall indeed and it is arguably Gould’s masterpiece - the culmination of a life spent in the world of nature and of many years.
A Monograph Of The Trochilidae, Or Family Of Humming-Birds Volume V John Gould Colour plates: John Gould and H.C. Richter. Published by the author.
This is volume five of a five volume collected edition published in The work was originally published for. This photographic field-guide boasts a unique collection of over images, with of Ecuador's hummingbird species represented. The world-class images are accompanied by informative texts, vocalizations and range maps compiled by Robert S.
Ridgely, one of the worlds leading ornithologists.A General History of Humming-Birds, or the Trochilidae: with Especial Reference to the Collection of J. Gould, F.R.S &c. now Exhibiting in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London.
Martin, William Charles Linnaeus () Published by H. G. Bohn. Seller Rating: % positive.John Gould's Hummingbirds Set #5 - digital collage sheet of vintage illustrations of hummingbirds by John Gould from "Monography of Trochilidae".
Features: ♥ Instant digital download: 5 JPG files are included ♥ 40 digital cards set ♥ 8 digital cards on each sheet, total 5/5(K).