CUT GLASS print
Few things make the blood pump like a tarpon's violent first leap breaking the silence of a still morning. This ready-to-frame giclee print draws the viewer in with equal measures of space, realism and style. The background is used not just to clarify setting, but also to establish mood. Thick cloud banks, open water and an unfolding drama involving angler and fish are depicted with grace and a timeless technique that resonates with anglers and art enthusiasts everywhere. Produced to the highest standards on 100% acid-free uncoated, conservable paper. Shipped flat in acid-free envelopes with custom cardboard cartons. Measures 16.5 x 25." Edition of 150, signed and numbered. Ships directly from the artist.
Only ships to locations within the United States.
Peter Corbin is primarily known for sporting art landscapes, merging the natural wonders and elegant drama of the sporting life with the realm of fine art. His vivid sporting art scenes convey a sense of place, mood, and atmosphere in the light reflected off the water or the transmitted light through the clouds or trees revealing influences of the Hudson River School. His greatest influences have been A.B. Frost, Ogden Pleissner and Winslow Homer.
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