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Columbidae Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 122 pictures in our Columbidae collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


New Zealand Pigeon 'Kereru' Featured Print

New Zealand Pigeon 'Kereru'

New Zealand Pigeon 'Kereru', Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae. Artwork by JG Keulemans from Sir Walter Lawry Buller's 'A History of the Birds of New Zealand', Vol.2 plate 25 Date: 1888

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

A History Of The Birds Of New Zealand, Animal, Aves, Bird, Buller, Columbidae, Columbiformes, Hemiphaga, Hemiphaga Novaeseelandiae, Historical, History, Illustration, Jg Keulemans, John Gerrard Keulemans, Kereru, Keulemans, New Zealand Pigeon, Painting, Pigeon, Sauropsid, Sauropsida, Watercolor, Watercolour

Pigeons - Three Nuns with varied colourations, Fancy Breed Featured Print

Pigeons - Three Nuns with varied colourations, Fancy Breed

A portrait of three Nuns with varied colourations standing in their pigeon coop. The Nun is a breed of fancy pigeon, also known as the Dutch Shell Pigeon. The Nun is one of the oldest breeds and was originally a flying tumbler before being developed for exhibition. It is a mostly white breed, with a hood of feathers which gives the name to the breed. As seen in the illustration, the Yellow, Black, and Red Nuns show the breeds variable colourations. Date: circa 1880s

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Pigeons - Burmese or Florentine, Starling and Spot Fairy Featured Print

Pigeons - Burmese or Florentine, Starling and Spot Fairy

A portrait illustration showing three breeds of pigeon. At the top of the illustration is a Burmese pigeon, now commonly known as a Florentine. To the left a Starling, to the right is the Spot Fairy, also known as a Saxon Fairy Swallow pigeon. The illustration presents the differing and distinctive features of the three breeds. Such as the mottled markings and more curved neck of the Florentine. The white bars on the wing and breast of the Starling, and the unique spot on the head, and odd feathered feet belonging to the Spot Fairy. Date: circa 1880s

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library