Robert Clark

Puffer Pigeon

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Description

Description

The English Pouter is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. English Pouters, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the rock pigeon. A breed with an enlarged crop, their distinctiveness was described by Charles Darwin in the Variation of Animals and Plants via Domestication, saying that the breed was “perhaps the most distinct of all domesticated pigeons.” This bird was photographed for a National Geographic article about Charles Darwin, “Was Darwin Wrong” NO was the first word of the article.

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Dimensions + Editions

8 x 10 Print

Edition Size Open
Image 7.7 x 9.5
Full-Bleed Frame 9.25 x 11.25
Matted Frame 13 x 15

11 x 14 Print

Edition Size 1/50
Image 10.5 x 12.94
Full-Bleed Frame 12.25 x 15.25
Matted Frame 17 x 20

16 x 20 Print

Edition Size 2/30
Image 15 x 18.49
Full-Bleed Frame 17.25 x 21.25
Matted Frame 22.5 x 26.5

24 x 30 Print

Edition Size 1/15
Image 23 x 28.35
Full-Bleed Frame 25.25 x 31.25
Matted Frame 30.5 x 36.5

30 x 40 Print

Edition Size 1/7
Image 28.5 x 35.13
Full-Bleed Frame 31.25 x 41.25
Matted Frame 36 x 46

RobertClark

Robert Clark is the author of four monographs: Evolution A Visual Record, Feathers Displays of Brilliant Plumage, First Down Houston A Year with the Houston Texans and Image America. His work regularly appears in National Geographic Magazine and others. During his twenty-year association with National Geographic, Clark has photographed more than 40 stories all over the world.

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