School of Karl Theodor von Piloty (German, 1826-1886) TheFAlconry Party
This scene is after Harold has brought the falcon to William who is shown holding the hawk.

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Steel bells from DongSeok Woo

Steel bells from DongSeok Woo

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Stephen Wildman Frank (May 1929 - October 2014) A Memorial Celebration

Stephen Wildman Frank (May 1929 - October 2014) A Memorial Celebration

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Steppe subspecies of Merlin by Ralf Pfeffer

Steppe subspecies of Merlin by Ralf Pfeffer

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Sterling falconer from Germany

Sterling falconer from Germany

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Steve Frank

Steve Frank

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Steve Frank boarding a boat on the Luangua River with 'Lady Jane' 1956

Steve Frank boarding a boat on the Luangua River with 'Lady Jane' 1956

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Still life by British artist William Fergusson (1808-1877)

Still life by British artist William Fergusson (1808-1877)

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Still life with a hawk by Evgeniy Davydovich Red'ko (1926-2004)

Still life with a hawk by Evgeniy Davydovich Red'ko (1926-2004)

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Still life with a hawk by Sergei Gennadievich Fedorov born in 1970

Still life with a hawk by Sergei Gennadievich Fedorov born in 1970

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Still life with Africa bust by Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686-1755) made in 1722

Still life with Africa bust by Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686-1755) made in 1722

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