Fish Print

5 Red Snapper in a School Swimming Fish Print


  • Details
    Gyotaku-style school of Red Snapper fish (5 fishes) made in 2020 with latex red paint pressed on white cotton muslin fabric (unframed). They can be displayed with a hanging rod, matted & framed at your favorite framing shop, or attached to a display board of any kind.

    Item is shipped folded and unframed but the folding lines/wrinkles can be ironed out. Original print measures 40 x 45 inches. They are machine cold washable. there are imperfections on fabric, each is an original, one if a kind.

    Gyotaku is an ancient form of Japanese that dates back in the mid-1800 as a way for fishermen to record their catch of the day but has evolved into an artform of its own.

    Artist and fisherman name is Captain Bill Lowman who fished from a young age and has always respected and appreciated the natural beauty of the sea and the life within it. His art captures that beauty.