Abstract Photograph: Groper in a Diving Helmet led by a Catfish by artist and photographer John Russell

"Groper in a Diving Helmet led by a Catfish" — © by John Russell

16" x 24" gallery wrap canvas — $450.00

This is a photograph in my Undines Series

The Undines are a category of elemental beings associated with water.

Groper in a Diving Helmet led by a Catfish is printed on premium grade archival gallery wrap canvas so that with care it will last for generations to come. With a gallery wrap canvas print, the canvas material wraps around thick, durable wooden stretcher bars. Because the canvas material folds tightly around the canvas, you can't see the staples or fasteners used to secure the stretched canvas. Gallery-wrapped canvases are ready-to-hang, meaning they don't require a frame if you don't want one. However, gallery wrap canvas prints look stunning in floater frames in various shades and materials. The artwork you're purchasing is unframed, but ready to hang without a frame.

Your artwork comes complete and ready to hang. The dimensions are 16" high x 24" wide.

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