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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Aug 6
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Olivier Morissette Aug 4
My first stop before a new fish illustration is my beloved Scott & Crossman, compiling fish meristics, information. I just hope to not drift to my new copy of Fisheries!
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Haddon Galleries Aug 5
'The Daily Grind'...vivid art on aluminium by the wonderful Tamsin Evans. Come and view this amazing piece, full of vitality and movement in our window today...coming to the website soon!
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nJoyArt Aug 6
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Olaf Nelson Jul 31
If you've got anything in your wallet and need something on your wall, please consider considering this. (Thanks to for title inspiration.) And please share with anyone you think might like it.
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Tyler Hackett Aug 4
Revisiting one of my favorite summertime pieces while drawing up some new stuff in the studio tonight!
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Cuisine Capture Aug 6
THE BENGAL SPECIAL👩‍🍳 I can guarantee, you will fall in love with this recipe💛❤️ Do Check out the recipe👇
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Gall Artworks Aug 3
My favorite fugly flat fishie! What’s your favorite species? Cali Hali 30”, shaped from 16 gauge stainless steel w/ clear coat. . . . . .
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Sal Serrano Jul 30
Spent today drawing and painting in engines for a fishing illustration. I noticed I haven’t posted in a very long time 😕.
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jul 31
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Aug 1
May I suggest the title "Moody Mudskipper Moan" for this fabulous .
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jul 31
Behold this awesome GARtwork, a ceramic bowl produced by the Mogollon of New Mexico's Mimbres region sometime in the 11th-12th century. Such ancient fish motifs apparently traveled via trade and cultural exchange.
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Camilo Julián-Caballero Aug 1
Tlaloc candalarius, T. hildebrandi and T. labialis (Profundulidae) for . Tlaloc was an important deity of rain and fertility of the Aztec mythology/the water god of the Aztecs, Mexico.
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jul 30
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Aug 6
Behold these surreal images created by the Hungarian artist .
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jul 31
More derp and less drip than usual, but I still love prickly fish.
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jul 31
Behold this Egyptian limestone relief dating to 667-647 BC. It features the spearing of a pair of against a stylized papyrus thicket.
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Amanpreet Kohli🐟 🇮🇳🐾 Aug 2
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Art2Arts Jul 30
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Forrest Silver Aug 4
1991 Ray Troll “Rebel Without A Cod” Fish Art Tee. 🎣 Click Etsy Link to see all the details, but DM to purchase at a discount... . . . . . .
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