Huia birds, male and female by John Keulemans
Print Code: 8948
Fine Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 350 x 490
The huia, now extinct, was treasured by Maori for its tail feathers, used to denote high rank when worn in the hair. This historical NZ print shows the image of Heteralocha acutirostris first published in Buller’s Birds, second edition, in 1888. The birds are shown perched on a titoki branch.
You can find more NZ bird prints like “Huia birds, male and female” by artists such as John Keulemans in these collections at New Zealand Fine Prints:
John Keulemans (Buller’s Birds) Prints