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Nostalgic, Funny and Walton Ford
Walton Ford paints large scale watercolors, obviously channeling Audubon's illustrations and studies. His work is grandiose and funny and rich allowing the viewer to step back for the full effect or get up close to examine what might exclude his work from actual naturalist illustrations. "Ford's paintings are complex narratives that critique the history of colonialism, industrialism, politics, natural science, and man's effect on the environment."