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Cockatoo Collection

The majestic Red Tailed Black Cockatoo soars through the sky, its wings outstretched in a graceful display of freedom and power

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Red Tailed Black Cockatoo in flight

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo in flight
Red Tailed Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banksii) in flight

Background imageCockatoo Collection: A Select Committee, 1891, (c1930). Creator: Henry Stacy Marks

A Select Committee, 1891, (c1930). Creator: Henry Stacy Marks
A Select Committee, 1891, (c1930). Anthropomorphic depiction of exotic birds including macaws, parrots, and sulphur-crested cockatoos. Painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Oiseaux - birds

Oiseaux - birds
Page of birds including birds of prey and tropical birds. Date: 1930

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Calyptorhynchus funereus, yellow-tailed black cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus funereus, yellow-tailed black cockatoo
Watercolour 137 by Thomas Watling from the Watling Collection titled Banksian Cockatoo, native name Kar ratt

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Parrots Chromolithograph 1896

Parrots Chromolithograph 1896
Parrots Chromolithograph

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Nymphicus hollandicus, cockatiel

Nymphicus hollandicus, cockatiel
Plate 27 from Edward Lears Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae or Parrots (1832). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Wrapper of catalogue of rare books by Aubrey Beardsley

Wrapper of catalogue of rare books by Aubrey Beardsley
Design for a cover of Leonard Smitherss catalogue of rare books, no. 7, by Aubrey Beardsley, featuring a lady reading. Date: 1896

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Yellow-crested / Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Yellow-crested / Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
AP-736 Lesser Sulphur-crested / Yellow-Crested COCKATOO Distribution: Australia and Papua New Guinea Cacatua sulphurea Dennis Avon Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Rose-breasted Cockatoo / Galah - preening itself. Dortmund, Germany

Rose-breasted Cockatoo / Galah - preening itself. Dortmund, Germany
USH-2600 Rose-breasted Cockatoo / Galah - preening itself. Dortmund, Germany Eolopus roseicapilla Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Illustration, Clicko the pink cockatoo

Illustration, Clicko the pink cockatoo, sitting on his perch. Date: 1912

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cactua moluccensis, salmon-crested cockatoo

Cactua moluccensis, salmon-crested cockatoo
Large Series plate 24, a watercolour from the John Reeves Collection of Zoological Drawings from Canton, China. The plant is Erythrina arborescens

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Cacatua galerita Miles Queensland Australia

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Cacatua galerita Miles Queensland Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cacatua leadbeateri, Major Mitchells cockatoo

Cacatua leadbeateri, Major Mitchells cockatoo
Plate 2, hand coloured lihtograph by John and Elizabeth Gould from John Goulds The Birds of Australia, Vol. 5 (1840-1848)

Background imageCockatoo Collection: The Endangered Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo, Australia

The Endangered Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo, Australia
The red-tailed black cockatoo also known as Banksian- or Banks black cockatoo, is a large black cockatoo native to Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo - Australia & New Guinea

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo - Australia & New Guinea
KEL-1015 Sulphur-crested COCKATOO Distribution: Australia and Papua New Guinea Cacatua galerita Ken Lucas contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: +44 (0) 20 8318 1401

Background imageCockatoo Collection: The Aviary, Clifton, 1888 (w/c on paper)

The Aviary, Clifton, 1888 (w/c on paper)
GLS224021 The Aviary, Clifton, 1888 (w/c on paper) by Crawhall, Joseph (1861-1913); 51x35 cm; Burrell Collection, Glasgow, Scotland; © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Picture No. 10849806

Picture No. 10849806
Solomons Cockatoo / Ducorps Cockatoo (Cacatua ducorpsi) Date:

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Gang-gang Cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum) adult male, perched on branch, South Australia

Gang-gang Cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum) adult male, perched on branch, South Australia, Australia, November

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cacatua moluccensis, salmon-crested cockatoo

Cacatua moluccensis, salmon-crested cockatoo
Plate 2 from Edward Lears Illustrations of the Family of Psittacidae or Parrots (1832). Hand coloured lithograph

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) adult, scratching, perched on branch

Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) adult, scratching, perched on branch

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Picture No. 10894914

Picture No. 10894914
Gang-gang Cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum) Date:

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) adult, feeding on acacia seedpods in tree, Outback

Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) adult, feeding on acacia seedpods in tree, Outback, Northern Territory, Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Galah feeding on lawn of town park. Widespread, abundant species. Kalbarri, W. Australia

Galah feeding on lawn of town park. Widespread, abundant species. Kalbarri, W. Australia
ASW-4251 Galah feeding on lawn of town park Widespread, abundant species. Kalbarri, W. Australia Eolophus roseicapilla Alan J. S

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Muybridge / Cockatoo Flies

Muybridge / Cockatoo Flies
Some phases in the flight of a cockatoo Date: 1880s

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Umbrella cockatoo (Cacatua alba), portrait. Captive

Umbrella cockatoo (Cacatua alba), portrait. Captive

Background imageCockatoo Collection: AUSTRALIAN BIRDLIFE FEEDING ON CROPS

AUSTRALIAN BIRDLIFE FEEDING ON CROPS
A flock of Corellas (a member of the cockatoo family) are seen perched in a tree next to a Sunflower crop on a farm in Rockhampton, Central Queensland, Saturday, July 31, 2021

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Palm cockatoo and ground parrot

Palm cockatoo and ground parrot
5855222 Palm cockatoo and ground parrot; (add.info.: Palm cockatoo, Probosciger aterrimus, and eastern ground parrot, Pezoporus wallicus)

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Engraving depicting two young girls coaxing a pet cockatoo to speak, 19th century

Engraving depicting two young girls coaxing a pet cockatoo to speak, 19th century
5308648 Engraving depicting two young girls coaxing a pet cockatoo to speak, 19th century; (add.info.: Engraving depicting two young girls coaxing a pet cockatoo to speak)

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Glossy black cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus lathami (Calyptorynchus stellatus)

Glossy black cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus lathami (Calyptorynchus stellatus). After an illustration by Edward Lear
FLO4718847 Glossy black cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus lathami (Calyptorynchus stellatus). After an illustration by Edward Lear

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Three dogs and a cockatoo having a dinner party and toasting each other

Three dogs and a cockatoo having a dinner party and toasting each other
5614441 Three dogs and a cockatoo having a dinner party and toasting each other; (add.info.: Three dogs and a cockatoo having a dinner party and toasting each other)

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cockatoos and magnolias, 1897. Creator: Verneuil, Maurice Pillard (1869-1942)

Cockatoos and magnolias, 1897. Creator: Verneuil, Maurice Pillard (1869-1942)
Cockatoos and magnolias, 1897. Private Collection

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Close up to a Cockatoo

Close up to a Cockatoo
Susan Moss

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Birds from the Crystal Palace Show, 1858. Creator: Smyth

Birds from the Crystal Palace Show, 1858. Creator: Smyth
Birds from the Crystal Palace Show, 1858. The severity of the weather...failed to chill the ardour of the lovers of birds

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Portrait of Maria Cornelisz, Wife of Silvester van Tongeren, 1680-1719. Creator: Jan Weenix

Portrait of Maria Cornelisz, Wife of Silvester van Tongeren, 1680-1719. Creator: Jan Weenix
Portrait of Maria Cornelisz, Wife of Silvester van Tongeren, 1680-1719

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cockatoo from Ambon, 1784. Creator: Jan Brandes

Cockatoo from Ambon, 1784. Creator: Jan Brandes
Cockatoo from Ambon, 1784. The cockatoo from East India that Brandes kept in Sweden as a pet

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Palm cockatoo, in or after c.1780. Creators: Robert Jacob Gordon, Johannes Schumacher

Palm cockatoo, in or after c.1780. Creators: Robert Jacob Gordon, Johannes Schumacher
Palm cockatoo, in or after c.1780

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Pictures of the Year - V.' A Select Committee', after HS Marks, RA, 1891. Creator: Unknown

Pictures of the Year - V." A Select Committee", after HS Marks, RA, 1891. Creator: Unknown
Pictures of the Year - V." A Select Committee", after HS Marks, RA, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Snuff box, between 1766 and 1767. Creator: Henry Bodson

Snuff box, between 1766 and 1767. Creator: Henry Bodson
Snuff box, between 1766 and 1767

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Three Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) drinking at inland waterhole, Cunnamulla, Queensland, Australia

Three Galah (Eolophus roseicapillus) drinking at inland waterhole, Cunnamulla, Queensland, Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: HMAS Yarra - River-Class Torpedo Destroyer

HMAS Yarra - River-Class Torpedo Destroyer
Royal Australian Navy - HMAS Yarra / HMS Yarra, a River-Class Torpedo Destroyer, making way at speed, on the River Clyde during manufacturers trials in 1910. Yarra was built by William Denny & Bros

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Palm Cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) feeding on Beach Almond (Terminalia catappa

Palm Cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) feeding on Beach Almond (Terminalia catappa) Lockhart River Foreshore, Lockhart River, Cape York Peninsula, Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Palm Cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) feeding on Beach Almond (Terminalia catappa

Palm Cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) feeding on Beach Almond (Terminalia catappa) Lockhart River Foreshore, Lockhart River, Cape York Peninsula, Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Oceania, Australia, Victoria, Kennet River, Cockatoo perched on branch

Oceania, Australia, Victoria, Kennet River, Cockatoo perched on branch

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cockatoos, Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Islands, Queensland, Australia

Cockatoos, Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Islands, Queensland, Australia

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Born to fly

Born to fly
Adam Bogusz

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cockatoos

Cockatoos
Goed Blauw

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Black Cockatoo

Black Cockatoo
Kathrin Pienaar

Background imageCockatoo Collection: Cockatoo

Cockatoo
Kathrin Pienaar



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The majestic Red Tailed Black Cockatoo soars through the sky, its wings outstretched in a graceful display of freedom and power. This captivating image, captured by Henry Stacy Marks in 1891, transports us to a time when these magnificent creatures were admired for their beauty. In the world of birds, cockatoos hold a special place. From the vibrant yellow-tailed black cockatoo to the playful nymphicus hollandicus or cockatiel, each species showcases its unique charm. Their colorful feathers and lively personalities make them beloved companions and subjects of art alike. As we delve into history, we uncover an enchanting chromolithograph from 1896 that features parrots in all their splendor. The delicate strokes bring these feathered wonders to life on paper, reminding us of nature's artistic prowess. Aubrey Beardsley's rare book catalogue wrapper catches our eye with its intricate design featuring none other than our flamboyant friends - cockatoos. These intelligent creatures have inspired artists throughout time with their elegance and allure. Among them is the Yellow-crested Cockatoo, also known as Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo. Its vibrant plumage stands out against any backdrop while exuding an air of regality fit for royalty. Meanwhile, the Rose-breasted Cockatoo or Galah takes center stage as it meticulously preens itself in Dortmund, Germany. Its pink hue adds a touch of whimsy to this bustling cityscape. Stepping back further into history brings us to The Aviary at Clifton in 1888 where watercolors on paper capture various bird species including our beloved cockatoos. This serene scene invites us into a tranquil oasis filled with avian melodies and natural beauty. But let's not forget Clicko - the pink cockatoo who graces illustrations with his playful antics.