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LOBSTER and BABY Watercolor Art Print 8x10 Maine best New England Beach Decor by Barry Singer

LOBSTER and BABY Watercolor Art Print 8x10 Maine best New England Beach Decor by Barry Singer

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Size: 8X10 inches
  • Height: 8 Inches
  • Width: 10 Inches
  • Material: quality print paper
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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Description

As a young Lobster roamed about,
Itself and mother being out,
Their eyes at the same moment fell
On a boiled lobster’s scarlet shell.
“Look,” said the younger; “is it true
That we might wear so bright a hue?
No coral, if I trust mine eye,
Can with its startling brilliance vie;
While you and I must be content
A dingy aspect to present.”
“Proud heedless fool,” the parent cried;
“Know’st thou the penalty of pride?
The tawdry finery you wish,
Has ruined this unhappy fish.
The hue so much by you desired
By his destruction was acquired—
So be contented with your lot,
Nor seek to change by going to pot.”

8 X 10 inch print with a border. Image size is 5.5 X 7.5 inches. From an original watercolor by Barry Singer. Stock is rich and natural. Ready to fit your standard frame. It will last a lifetime. Detail is sharp, shown here at low resolution. See reviews for testimonials.This print will match up nicely with many of the other color creations shown in this Etsy shop. Happy decorating.

Copyright 2018 Barry Singer. Reproduction rights belong to the artist. Thank you.
As a young Lobster roamed about,
Itself and mother being out,
Their eyes at the same moment fell
On a boiled lobster’s scarlet shell.
“Look,” said the younger; “is it true
That we might wear so bright a hue?
No coral, if I trust mine eye,
Can with its startling brilliance vie;
While you and I must be content
A dingy aspect to present.”
“Proud heedless fool,” the parent cried;
“Know’st thou the penalty of pride?
The tawdry finery you wish,
Has ruined this unhappy fish.
The hue so much by you desired
By his destruction was acquired—
So be contented with your lot,
Nor seek to change by going to pot.”

8 X 10 inch print with a border. Image size is 5.5 X 7.5 inches. From an original watercolor by Barry Singer. Stock is rich and natural. Ready to fit your standard frame. It will last a lifetime. Detail is sharp, shown here at low resolution. See reviews for testimonials.This print will match up nicely with many of the other color creations shown in this Etsy shop. Happy decorating.

Copyright 2018 Barry Singer. Reproduction rights belong to the artist. Thank you.

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