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48 results
$2,800
9" x 12"
Dina Brodsky
High Line Bird
SOLD
8" x 7"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 20
$1,800
34" x 26"
Vasilisa Romanenko
Secret Grove
SOLD
36" x 36"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 25
$1,600
21" x 17"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 26
$1,600
20" x 16"
Richard Hughes
Blue tit on yellow
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Canary on grey
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
David Rice
Yellow Throat
$350
8" x 10"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 16
SOLD
30" x 28"
Adele Renault
Tyson's corner #2 Racing ...
$3,000
20" x 24"
Dina Brodsky
Kingfisher
$1,650
7" x 6.5"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 22
SOLD
20" x 16"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 24
SOLD
20" x 16"
Richard Hughes
Bluebird on pink
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
Russell Gordon
Barn Swallow in Grapevine
$2,800
8" x 10"
Russell Gordon
White Throated Sparrow
$1,800
6" x 8"
$900
12" x 12"
David Rice
Kingfisher
$350
8" x 10"
Richard Hughes
Buff throated warbling fi...
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
Adele Renault
Tyson's Corner #4 Bronze ...
SOLD
20" x 24"
Richard Hughes
Chaffinch on blue
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Red browed finch on pink
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
$1,650
10" x 8"
Robert Lange
Backyard Color Study
SOLD
14" x 11"
Richard Hughes
Bluejay on pink
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Dina Brodsky
Garnet Pitta
$1,650
7" x 5.5"
Richard Hughes
Goldfinch on pink
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
American goldfinch on gre...
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Robin on green
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 27
SOLD
20" x 16"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 38
$1,600
23" x 19"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 37
SOLD
18" x 12"
SOLD
18" x 24"
Shauna Finn
Elegant Trogon
$500
5" x 7"
Richard Hughes
Flame robin on blue
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Puffin on pink
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 2
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 1
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Black redstart on blue
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
Richard Hughes
White wagtail on yellow
SOLD
8.3" x 11.7"
Richard Hughes
Black headed gull on gree...
$900
11.7" x 16.5"
SOLD
5" x 5"
Richard Hughes
Stonechat on green
$500
8.3" x 11.7"
Matthew Rucker
Early Spring
$700
14" x 11"
Lauren Matsumoto
The Rise and Fall No. 35
$900
30" x 22"
Jamie Lindholm
The Interconnectedness of...
$1,200
8" x 8"
Richard Hughes
Eastern yellow robin 3
$900
16.5" x 11.7"
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About Bird paintings

Styles of Bird Paintings Birds have a natural beauty that inspires artists and collectors alike. Birds are classic motifs that can be symbolic of freedom or elegance. Paintings in styles from photorealism to impressionism show birds in their natural habitat, soaring in the sky or perched in a tree. Abstract bird paintings capture the joy of flight and a bird’s natural poise. Modern bird paintings emphasize color and shape—creating vibrant pieces of geometric inspired birds and habitats. Subjects in Bird Paintings Bird paintings offer endless fodder for elegant, intriguing bird subjects. Hummingbird paintings relate the breathlessness of the quick-moving birds as well as the exotic beauty of their tropical habitats. Modern paintings of birds on a telephone wire or colorful bird paintings in red or blue merge geometric shapes with a simple, relatable scene. Birds in their natural habitat, like flying bird paintings or paintings of birds on a tree bring the animal’s natural character to the foreground. Certain birds are also associated with seasons or actions, like stunning crimson cardinals during winter and singing bluebirds in spring. Materials Used in Bird Paintings Bird paintings rely on details and layering, making watercolor a popular choice for bird paintings. Watercolors, especially abstract watercolor bird paintings, create subtle washes of color, perfect for such an elegant subject. Acrylic and oil on canvas bird paintings are classic choices that lend versatility to realist pieces as well as modern creations. Famous Artists of Bird Paintings Exotic, majestic birds have been a favorite subject for painters throughout history. Leornardo da Vinci was famous for his bird paintings, which are as much works of art as they are scientific marvels, as da Vinci worked out on paper the physics of a bird’s flight. Renowned bird enthusiast John James Audubon created stunning scientific drawings and paintings of birds in their natural habitat as he studied them. Famous bird paintings were also created by modern artists like Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro and Frida Kahlo. Picasso chose minimalist, colorful and Cubist styles for his bird paintings. His and Matisse’s flying white dove paintings evoked peace in times of war. Birds rendered in fractured lines and shapes frequented Miro’s canvases and Kahlo added many different birds to her famous self-portraits, including hummingbirds and parrots.