Originally published in the 1884 edition of the "The Fisheries and Fishery Industries of the United States", this reproduction print of the Black Cod, or Black Candle-Fish or Beshow, and Atka Mackerel, or Yellow-Fish, was drawn by H.L. Todd. It was part of the first book in a multi-volume series produced by George Brown Goode, the famed ichthyologist (fish scientist), Smithsonian museum administrator, and U.S. Fish Commissioner. He managed a large staff of scientists, researchers, and clerical employees to produce this monumental work on American Fisheries. We are happy to make available the amazingly detailed drawings included in the first volume of the series as reproduction prints.
Reproduction Print - A Fine Art Paper print from a high-resolution scan of the original print. It is an exact replica, with all the character and detail, but on our heavyweight archival paper and inks.
Print Size - 8.5 x 11 inches
Frame- Our thin hardwood frames are handmade from real Walnut, not pressed wood with veneer. Prints will be mounted with a 1.5 inch white mat around them, come mounted behind a clear acrylic, and have mounting hardware attached. The frames have a .75 inch face with exterior dimensions measuring 12 x 15 inches. Please allow 2-3 weeks for your framed print to arrive.
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