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*****(8/14/2015) ALL of our reproduction prints will now be offered as GICLEE prints utilizing high quality, matte ART Paper (similar to watercolor paper) and archival inks!!*****

Gyotaku fish reproduction print of a Rainbow Trout, or 'Niji Masu' in Japanese) rubbing, faithful to the original Japanese style of creating memorable prints for the avid fisherman; simple and monochromatic.
Handsome and would be VERY stunning behind a glass frame on any wall of ones home or office. Personally, this is one of my favorite prints as it is strong, exotic, unique and has a lot of impact on people.

Makes a great gift for that special angler, nature lover or any one who loves fish and appreciates this unique Japanese art form. One of our most popular and beautiful, freshwater gamefish! If you've caught one or know someone who loves to catch trout, this print would make a great conversation piece for that special room or office.

Print is 13x19 inches with a one inch border.

The red stamp is my name in kanji characters and my English name next to it.
Photos of the framed sample is simply to show you what it would look like behind glass!
Frame is not included.
Prints will ship first class via tubes for protection!

Please don't hesitate in contacting me regarding this print or other specimens that you may be looking for!

RAINBOW TROUT (Niji Masu) - GYOTAKU print - traditional Japanese fish art - by dowaito

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  • Materials: Art Paper, Ink
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  • Ships worldwide from United States
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