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'Alca impennis / Pinguinus impennis, formerly of the genus Alca, was a large, flightless alcid that became extinct in the mid-19th centuryEdouard TRAVIES, 1850Edouard TraviAs was born in Doullens in the Somme district of France in March 1809, the younger brother of the caricaturist Charles Joseph TraviAs de Villier (1804-1859). Throughout his career he concentrated on natural history subjects, both in watercolour (he exhibited regularly at the Paris Salon between 1831 and 1866) and lithography. Unlike a number of his contemporaries, he was an artist both with the brush and on stone .His greatest published work is 'Les Oiseaux Les Plus Remarquables par leurs formes et leurs couleurs. ' published simultaneously in Paris and London circa 1857professional high resolution scan with superb details, 1200 dpi, rich colors and contrast.'
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