Louis Agassiz Fuertes

Louis Agassiz Fuertes (1874 – 1927) was the most widely acclaimed American ornithological artist of his time. Born in Ithaca, New York, Fuertes began drawing birds at an early age, inspired by Audubon’s Birds of America. Fuertes quickly became associated with leading ornithological scientists and artists, and he received professional commissions while still an undergraduate at Cornell University College of Architecture.

Fuertes went on to produce a vast body of work for an extremely broad range of projects. Initially, his drawings had been solely a means of ornithological study. His diligence, precision, and skill in draftsmanship produced some of the most animated and engaging bird illustrations of the twentieth century. He traveled widely to broaden his knowledge of birds and their habitats.

All our vintage prints are Giclée images produced in-house using the best Japanese pigment-based Archival inks exclusively printed to order on Museum quality fine art papers such as Epson Signature Worthy, Canson Infinity, Ilford Galerie Prestige and Hahnemühle. Before shipping, they are protected using acid-free packaging.

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  • Abyssinian Duiker

    Abyssinian Duiker

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  • Abyssinian Lanner

    Abyssinian Lanner

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  • Abyssinian Wolf

    Abyssinian Wolf

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  • African Harrier Hawk

    African Harrier Hawk

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  • African Night Heron

    African Night Heron

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  • African Sea Eagle

    African Sea Eagle

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  • African Sea Eagle

    African Sea Eagle

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  • African Swallow Tailed Kite

    African Swallow Tailed Kite

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  • African Tawny Eagle

    African Tawny Eagle

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  • Bateleur Eagle

    Bateleur Eagle

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  • Bateleur Eagle

    Bateleur Eagle

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  • Bearded Vulture

    Bearded Vulture

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