Lincoln’s Sparrow


Streaky brown, with a buffy eye-ring, Lincoln’s Sparrows are known to be a bit shy. This medium-sized, insect-eating bird forages near or on the ground — and builds its nest there too. It is named for Thomas Lincoln, who traveled with naturalist John James Audubon on a bird-finding trip to Labrador.



Art print: Printed (Archival Giclée-Inkjet) photo rag and paper.

Stretched Canvas: Printed on premium coated canvas material and stretched over a 1 1/2” wood frame. The prints can be hung with or without a surrounding wood floater frame — an economical alternative to framing. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

Framed Print: Unmatted print is surrounded in a white opaque solid ash frame fitted with 1/8” spacers and a nonreflective museum glass. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

Floater frame: Stretched canvas is surrounded in a white opaque solid ash floater frame.

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11 x 14 (portrait), 12 x 12 (square), 16 x 16 (square), 16 x 20 (portrait), 20 x 20 (square), 24 x 30 (portrait), 5 x 7 (portrait), 8 x 10 (portrait)


Art Print, Stretched Canvas


Framed, Unframed


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