Pen And Ink Shortspine Boarfish Drawing On Wood
Click on the photo to see additional views of this barn wood framed artwork – Rainbow Trout.
This barn wood framed artwork “Rainbow Trout” is a nice fine display piece. It is oil on canvas, and measures 21 1/4 x 11 3/8 inches. The back is covered with black kraft paper and has a saw tooth hanger.
The rainbow trout is native to cold-water tributaries of the Pacific Ocean in Asia and North America. Adult freshwater stream rainbow trout average between 1 and 5 lb, while lake forms may reach 20. Coloration varies widely based on subspecies, forms and habitat. Adult fish are distinguished by a broad reddish stripe along the lateral line, from gills to the tail, which is most vivid in breeding males. Wild-caught and hatchery-reared forms of this species have been transplanted and introduced for food or sport in at least 45 countries and every continent except Antarctica.
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Click on the photo to see additional views of this framed Dolphin artwork.
This is a framed Dolphin artwork piece framed in reclaimed barn wood. It is a giclee print on canvas from an original oil painting. The piece measures 21 1/4 inches x 11 3/8 inches. The back is covered with black kraft paper and has a saw tooth hanger.
Otherwise known as Mahi-mahi, the original name causes many to mistake them for the porpoise or dolphin – think “Flipper”. This is not so as Mahi-mahi is a fish, not a mammal as is the porpoise. Mexican and Latin American dolphin are called “Dorado”. Mahi-mahi often gather in large schools attracted to floating objects such as logs and buoys where they find smaller fish to feed on. They are surface feeders and are found throughout the Pacific and tropical waters world wide. Hawaiian Mahi-mahi is regarded as some of the highest quality in the world with fish over 15 pounds in size being preferred. Their flesh is white, firm, sweeter than Ono, and delicious when sautéed, baked, broiled, or fried.
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You will be shipped the framed Dolphin artwork shown in the photos.
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Click on the photo to see additional views of this Saltwater Permit Fish Drawing by Russ Orme.
Russ Orme’s work is a great example of American-made artwork. We have found this skilled artist doing one of a kind “Pen And Ink On Oak” drawings in the Easton Maryland area. This drawing Saltwater Permit Fish Drawing by Russ Orme measures 11 1/4 X 24 inches. The camera will never pick up the true detail of these very interesting pieces. Be sure to click on the photo to see some additional close up images. This Saltwater Permit Fish Drawing by Russ Orme is artist signed.
Permit are usually found in shallow, tropical waters such as mudflats, channels, and muddy bottoms. They are usually seen as individuals or in small schools; if approached when alone, they attempt to escape human interaction, but if approached when in a school formation, they become aggressive and can deliver dangerous bites. Although permit are found close to shore and even in some brackish areas, they spawn offshore. Young are found usually in the surf zone where plenty of small invertebrates are available for them to eat.
Permit are found in the western Atlantic Ocean from Massachusetts to Brazil, including most of the Caribbean islands
Draketrail Workboat Drawing by Russ Orme, click on the photo to see additional views.
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This Draketrail workboat drawing by Russ Ormeis a great example of American-made artwork. We have found Russ Orme doing one of a kind “Pen And Ink On Oak” drawings in the Eastern Shores of Maryland. This Draketrail Workboat Drawing by Russ Orme measures 11 1/4 X 24 inches. The camera will never pick up the true detail of these very interesting pieces. Be sure to click on the photo to see some additional close up images. This piece is artist signed by Russ Orme.
The “Hooper’s Island Draketail” was named after the small island located in the lower half of the Chesapeake Bay on Maryland’s Eastern shore. In the early 1900’s, when the internal combustion engine first appeared, watermen were trading the sailing rigs for the engines and the local boat builders were looking for new ways to build better and more efficient workboats. One such builder noticed the torpedo boat destroyers pass by his home, and he thought that the hull design would be good for a workboat. He copied the hull design and built a boat with a V-bottom. The boat was fast, good looking and because of the narrow beam and sleek lines, it was relatively inexpensive to build.
The design caught on and the boats sprang up everywhere. The boat acquired the name “draketail” because the stern resembled the back of a duck’s tail. A few years later, a new box stern type became popular, and the draketail became old fashioned. Eventually, the full name was shortened and now most people only know them by the name “ducktail”. Today, not many of these beautiful boats exist. But through the passage of time, the boat has become a classic.