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Choose from 182 pictures in our Indian Robin collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Creator: Robert Cooper Featured Indian Robin Print

Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Creator: Robert Cooper

Peter Williamson, Remarkable for his Captivity & Sufferings, 1821. Portrait of Scottish memoirist Peter Williamson (1730-1799) habited in the dress of a Delaware North American Indian'. Williamson was kidnapped and taken to North America at an early age. On his return he toured Scotland and England in the guise of a Red Indian and called himself Indian Peter'. From "Wonderful Characters: Comprising Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Most Remarkable Persons of Every Age and Nation", Vol. II, by Henry Wilson. [J. Robins and Co. Albion Press, London, 1821]

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10400-00362-225 Featured Indian Robin Print

10400-00362-225

Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus maximus) domesticated adult, carrying mahout and tourists, walking in water, Sri Lanka, February

© of: FLPA/Robin Chittenden

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04471-00008-225 Featured Indian Robin Print

04471-00008-225

Red-crowned Woodpecker (Melanerpes rubricapillus terricolor) adult female, with insect in beak, clinging to tree branch, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, April

© of: FLPA/Robin Chittenden

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