Natural art prints featuring turkeys are the most common depiction of these fair fowl in the art world. These examples of avian art show turkeys in their natural habitat and frequently feature groups of the birds. Several artists have explored this subject but few have works that are as well known as Claude Monet's 'The Turkeys at the Chateau de Rottembourg, Montgeron, 1877'. However, the subjects and environments of turkey canvas art are fairly typical in their depictions, much more so than other examples of natural art prints.
Many of the turkey prints that are available also double as seasonal art. This is partially due to the fact that turkeys are commonly associated with Thanksgiving, which occurs in the fall, but also because the fall season is typically when these birds are hunted.