Watercolors of birds by Victorians John and Elizabeth Gould. She did watercolors and he was a book writing ornithologist. 1800-1840.

"Major Mitchell's cockatoo."
“Major Mitchell’s cockatoo.” Watercolor. From a volume of original bird illustrations allocated to the Natural History Museum, London. Image © The Trustees of The Natural History Museum, London. Fair use license. via http://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/news/2019/january/john-and-elizabeth-goulds-watercolour-bird-drawings.html
"Black Swan." Volume 7 (n1-a.7). Plate VI.
“Black Swan.” Volume 7 (n1-a.7). Plate VI. from “The Birds of Australia” which came out between 1840 and 1848. Colored lithographic plate. Image © Special Collections Department, Library, University of Glasgow. Fair use license. via http://special.lib.gla.ac.uk/exhibns/month/july2005.html
"Lophophorus impeyanus." 1831.
“Lophophorus impeyanus.” 1831. Plate from “A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains.” Image © Smithsonian Institution. Fair use license. via https://blog.library.si.edu/blog/2018/03/29/elizabeth-gould-an-accomplished-woman/#more-‘
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