ABOUT PRINCETON: Welcome, and thank you for visiting. We invite you to invest in the past with absolutely precise re-creations of John James Audubon's antique Birds of America, 1827-1838. Please note that Princetons are true lithograph fine art prints. They are neither glossy posters nor today's increasingly common print on demand computer print-outs which lose their value as each new edition arrives on the scene. Princetons were produced by David Johnson, a collector of Audubon originals who owned the paramount printing company in the country - Princeton Polychrome Press. This company, now sold, achieved an enviable nationwide reputation by reproducing fine art prints for the National Gallery of Art, National Portrait Gallery, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Detroit Institute of Arts. The finest reproductions of Picasso and Andrew Wythe that you occasionally see on the market today were produced by Princeton. At the zenith of his career and using exceptional artistic resources, David Johnson re-created the prints you will see here from his world renowned personal collection. The actual originals had to be purchased and then physically utilized. Using the direct-camera technique that he pioneered, along with oversized Kodak film with its infinite retention of detail, he produced what Audubon author Bill Steiner calls, "simply the finest Audubon facsimiles ever produced."