This piece is about Eugene in his English garden surrounded by all the birds mentioned in Shakespeare's plays.
The other two invasive US birds in this woodcut are Mute Swans and European Sparrows. Mute swans were intentionally introduced to the United States for display as decorative waterfowl in public parks and private estates. Sparrows may also have been a gift from Mr. Scheffelin.
The parrot and ostrich never became an invasive animal, although there is a large feral population of parrots in Florida, it is not the fault of Eugene.
title: Shakespearean Flock
image size 19” x 23.75
framed size about 21" x 26"
This listing is for a framed piece. If you would prefer another color of frame rather than the red, just send me a message. This piece looks fab in a black frame or natural curly maple.
Looking for an unframed version? Here it is https://www.etsy.com/listing/486149523/original-woodcut-about-all-the-birds
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