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French Grunt

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Although the French Grunt is a very common fish in the Western Atlantic from Bermuda, South Carolina (USA), northern Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and Brazil, this particular one, according to Alan, was quite unique in personality. He just stopped what he was doing and turned around to have a look at Alan while he was diving off the coast of South Florida. He was so interested in Alan that he stayed around him good amount of time, allowing Alan to capture many interesting photos that later inspired him to create this marine wildlife painting.

This Original Oil Painting Sold for $4,250.If you have a special moment you would like immortalized in paint on canvas, contact the artist to talk about it today. Cost is determined by size and complexity of your subject matter. To discuss pricing, contact Alan by email or call toll-free: 754-200-1278.

MUSEUM QUALITY GICLEE PRINTS
Museum quality, gicleé prints on fine art canvas or archival paper, printed with archival inks are available as shown below. All sizes are approximate. Each print is signed and numbered and produced in limited editions of 250 prints. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with all limited edition gicleés. Gallery wrapped canvas prints have the canvas wrapped around the stretcher frame and finished in a color coordinating with the print. The matted prints are open editions and do not have a Certificate of Authenticity.

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Gallery Wrapped Fine Art Canvas Print
  30″x40″ | $750.00 – Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered

Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper Print
  30″x40″ | $425.00 – Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered
  24″x32″ | $320.00 – Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered, matted to 30″x38″
  24″x32″ | $3o0.00 – Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered
    9″x12″ | $50.00 – Open edition matted to 12″x16”

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