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In ‘Edward Lear’s Birds’

Birds drawn for John Gould by Edward Lear, Folio Society

Edward Lear had an eye for landscapes and an ear for rhyme, but it was neither as a travel painter nor as a poet that he first displayed his prolific talent. Between 1832 – when he was just 20 – and 1838, Lear created 80 bi...