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Fallfish are the largest Native minnow growing to 20" long.

The acrylic painted cloth is 15 X 7 1/2 inches the fish are 8" long

This GYOTAKU (fish rubbing) is a one of a kind original.It features fallfish from the Tunkhannock Creek in Pennsylvania.

GYOTAKU are considered a thoughtful gift and are believed to bring good luck not only to fishermen but business people as well. The process is fairly simple: Pigment is applied to a real fish. Then paper is carefully touched to the fish. The GYOTAKU is pulled and a detailed mirror image results. For details on the process visit gyotakuartist.com. Several images may be made from the same fish, but no two are ever exactly alike. Each piece is created in a smoke/pet free studio.

I sign each and supply a certificate of authenticity. It will be shipped in a sturdy flat pack. Please see feedback for testimonials.

© 2013 Barry Singer. Reproduction rights belong to the artist.

School of Minnows Original GYOTAKU fish art rubbings on cloth


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cloth, acrylic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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