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GOING FISHING, Crane Linocut Print

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ABOUT THE PRINT
Hand carved and hand-printed 6.5" x 12" linocut print method, “Going Fishing” was inspired from my original photograph taken in Calistoga, California. Excellent for framing and makes a great gift.

THIS PRINT IS SOLD

Your print will be created in the same style with your choice of a single color or two toned with silver or gold as layered effect. (Display picture is black with a second layer of gold). Printed on Strathmore Archival Paper 11" x 14" After you place your order I will create your print within 3-5 days. Then, I will send you an image of the print for your acceptance. You can cancel the order prior to shipping and get a full refund.

Comes packaged flat inside a Crystal Clear protective envelope stabilized with a cardboard backing inside bubble padded envelope.

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GOING FISHING, Crane Linocut Print

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Archival Paper, Speedball Printing Ink, gift, present
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 1 review
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From Seattle, Washington

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