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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!!***

***(1/17/2017) All reproduction prints will now be hand signed on the back of the print. This will be done to differentiate prints sold directly from me, from other vendors that may be selling my artwork.***

Gyotaku reproduction fish print of an Octopus (long legged octopus) primarily found in Asia, faithful to the original Japanese style of creating memorable prints for the avid fisherman; simple and monochromatic. this particular reproduction print has been created so that it appears that it has been printed on real rice paper.
Handsome and would be quite stunning behind a glass frame on any wall of ones home or office.

This particular image (long legged octopus) has been reduced in size as the original size is quite large. Print is 13x19 inches with a one inch border.

The red stamp is my name in kanji characters and my English name has been signed next to it.
last few photos are simply framing samples to give you a better idea of what your choice print might look like!
Prints will ship via tubes for protection!

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

GYOTAKU print - traditional Japanese fish art - OCTOPUS (2) by dowaito


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