Colourful Toucan Paintings to Download
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There are over forty different species of Toucan’s, the one we are most familiar with is the Toco Toucan. (The one used in the Guinness advertising). They are to be found in only Central and South America.
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The Free Toucan Paintings
This is an early painting (1781) of the famous Toco Toucan. It looks as though the Toucan is eating a Brazil nut. The painting is from the book “A Synopsis of Birds” by John Latham.
Latham was a English naturalist and has been called the “grandfather” of Australian ornithology.
This collection of Toucan paintings is from the book “The Animal Kingdom” by Baron Cuvier. Cuvier was a famous French naturalist and zoologist.
This magnificent Toco Toucan painting is from the book “Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis et Des Rolliers ” ( Natural History of Birds of Paradise and Rollers) by Jacques Barraband 1806.
There is a wonderful Toco toucan with this collection of cigarette card tropical bird paintings.
John Gould is famous for his beautiful bird paintings. He painted this Toco Toucan for his book A monograph of the Ramphastidae: or family of toucans, published in 1834.
The green billed toucan (sometimes called the red-breasted toucan) is one of the smallest and most common species of toucans. This particular painting is from the book “Planches enluminées
Another small toucan the Green Aracari. This toucan painting is from; Zoological Illustrations, Volume III. by William Swainson.
One of the larger species of Toucans. This red-billed toucan painting is from “Cassell’s Book of Birds” 1875.
Portraits of Toucans of Colombia, they were drawn in colour by the artist of the expeditions, Mr. Louis Agassi 1918. From the American Museum Journal.
A lovely painting of a yellow-billed toucan from the “Catalogue of Birds in The British Museum” 1891, by John Gerrard
This is a lovely spot-billed toucan from the “Illustrations of Ornithology” by Williams and Selby.
Ifs you liked these fabulous Toucan Paintings, then you might want to check out some of my Audubon pelican prints and other