Audubon House Gallery
The Audubon House Gallery features a unique collection
of Audubon art and
Audubon prints. We have editions
for all preferences, and a comprehensive selection of John James Audubon's timeless
Complementing our collection of stunning 19th century originals, we offer
several select limited editions of these American masterpieces. We also offer our
very own limited edition of
Birds of the Florida Keys.
Limited Time Offer
We are thrilled to announce that we have been authorized to
offer a 30% discount on all Heritage Edition prints. All 435
birds of the Double Elephant folios are available and even if we
cannot guaranty a Christmas delivery, this represents a $180
savings on a $600 fabulous JJ Audubon full size print (39" by
26"). As most of you already know, these are beautiful, high
quality giclées. Please call 305-294-2116 and ask to speak to
someone in the Gallery: Véronique, Frankie and John will be
there to help.
We are located at 205 Whitehead Street, adjacent to the historic Audubon House &
Tropical Gardens. Please visit us the next time you are in Key West or feel free
to call the gallery at 305-294-2116 for service worldwide.
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Audubon House Museum
The Audubon House Museum & Tropical Gardens was
established in 1960 by Key West native, Colonel Mitchell Wolfson, and his lovely
wife Frances. They restored the elegant three level Captain's home, which was built
in the American Classic Revival architectural style of the mid 1800's. The home
was originally built by Captain John Huling Geiger, who was Key West's first harbor
pilot. Captain Geiger raised many children in the house, and planted beautiful tropical
vegetation on the property. It was the beautiful plants which drew Audubon to it
during his visit in 1832. Audubon took cuttings from the plants growing on the property,
and used them as backgrounds in many works, including the White crowned Pigeon,
which has the "Geiger tree" in the background.
To visit the Audubon House Museum & Tropical Gardens
site, click here.