"Gyotaku" is the ancient Japanese folk art of painting fish. The first Gyotaku were created to preserve the true record and size of species caught by Japanese anglers as far back as 1862. This artist’s note cards were created from paintings of real fish. The quality of each makes them suitable for framing. A package contains ten, 6.25 x 4.25" cards featuring art from the Tarpon, Permit, Bones A Plenty, Mangrove Snapper and Mahi Mahi prints. Ships directly from the artist.
Captain Jim Robert's passion for marine species, combined with a background in graphic arts, inspires him to capture the natural beauty game fish. He draws on his experience as an avid angler when creating new artwork. His passion for angling and attention to detail is evident in the life-like appearance of his images.