In 2021, around 200 years later, his work is seen as fashionable wall art with many having no idea of the fact it is historic. And that is the beauty of timeless art.
Across the States, numerous conservation groups are named after him. But the foremost of them, the Audubon Naturalist Society, recently announced it would be dropping his name. With reputations now as fugitive as these prints’ light-sensitive inks, is time up for Audubon?