This adorable red and blue hummingbird was originally engraved by W.H. Lizars and published in “Sir William Jardine’s Naturalist’s Library” in 1852. This bird, also known as the Tri-colored Hummingbird, exhibits an array of blue, red, and green hues within its feathers that stand out beautifully against the white background. The lack of a background, in combination with the range of shapes and colors found within the feathers of the hummingbird, gives this piece a focus on the details and depth of the bird itself. All of these qualities make this bird the perfect addition to any space, especially a hallway gallery or a living room.