Fascinated by the work of John James Audubon, the Gentling brothers traveled across Texas to sketch and paint the birds of their native state. Published as an elephant folio in 1986, Of Birds & Texas was hailed the late Texas writer A.C. Greene as “the most stunning and prodigious book in Texas history.” In 2001, the University of Texas Press issued a trade book edition of the Gentling project of the same title. Selections from their bird series, printed as offset lithographs, are part of The Printing Museum’s permanent collection.
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