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"Prodigy" (2004) by Walton Ford

Walton Ford, The Prodigy

Our Emblem, 1992-93, by Walton Ford (American, b.1960), Watercolour, gouache, ink and graphite on paper; 40 5/8 x 26" (103.1 x 66 cm)

Walton Ford (American, b. Our Emblem, Watercolor, gouache, ink and graphite. Walton Ford's reinterpretation of late C Audubon-like pictures but with a twist.

"La Fontaine" (2006) by Walton Ford

"La Fontaine" by Walton Ford

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The Animal Kingdom: As Seen Through The "Vintaged" Eyes Of Walton Ford

Pancha Tantra Walton Ford, 2007

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Walton Ford - The Starling

African Grey Hornbill by Walton Ford, 1998. Six-colour etching, and aquatint with drypoint

African Grey Hornbill by Walton Ford, Six-colour etching, and aquatint with drypoint

Walton Ford (1960-) Danda - The Staff 1997 (160 x 117 cm)

Walton Ford Danda - The Staff 1997 x 117 cm)

Condemned, 2006. Walton Ford | Wingate Studio. Carolina Parakeet, Conuropsis carolinensis, extinct 1939. Quote paraphrased from the last words of Carl Panzram.

This artist, Walton Ford, does work about animals that are in risk of being exstinct. You can see the bird is fairly angry and there is a house burning in the background, as they tear down the trees to make more houses the birds are loosing thier homes.

In his book about the passenger pigeon, the naturalist Joel Greenberg sets out to answer a puzzling question: How could the bird go from a population of billions to zero in less than fifty years?

The Birds

In his new book about the passenger pigeon, the naturalist Joel Greenberg sets out to answer a puzzling question: How could the bird go from a population of billions to zero in less than fifty years? Painting by Walton Ford. It tasted good.

Walton Ford explores the relationship between humans and animals in artist's first show in Paris.

Inside Walton Ford’s Brutal World of Man and Beast - The New York Times

Walton Ford

Walton Ford

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'American Flamingo' by American artist Walton Ford Watercolor, graphite and ink on paper, x in.

Ornithomancy Walton Ford

Ornithomancy Walton Ford

WALTON FORD Loss of the Lisbon Rhinoceros, 2008 Watercolor, gouache, ink and pencil on paper in three parts. Left panel: 95 3/8 x 39 3/4 in.(242.3 x 101 cm); center panel: 95 3/8 x 60 in. (242.3 x 152.4 cm); right panel: 95 3/8 x 40 in.(242.3 x 101.6 cm).

WALTON FORD Loss of the Lisbon Rhinoceros, 2008 Watercolor, gouache, ink and pencil on paper in three parts. Left panel: 95 x 39 x 101 cm); center panel: 95 x 60 in. right panel: 95 x 40 x cm).

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