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Koi Pond: The Arrival - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting, Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
In Japan they are known as Nishikigoi, or living jewels. These brilliantly colored varieties of the Amur carp have been selectively bred by family owned fisheries for generations. Wh...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Koi Pond Overpass - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Koi Pond Yin and Yang -Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
In Japan they are known as Nishikigoi, or living jewels. These brilliantly colored varieties of the Amur carp have been selectively bred by family owned fisheries for generations. Wh...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Rainbow, Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting of a Trout, on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Koi Pond Gathering - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Black Mirror - Gyotaku Technique Fish Painting with Sumi Ink on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Crooked Carp - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting of Red Fish on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Big Ass Goldfish, Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting in Blue on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
This is a Gyotaku method painting of a large carp on a pale grey mulberry paper background. This fish impression using minimal color is akin to a fossil. The fish is hand painted i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Black Mirror - Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting on Mulberry Paper Framed
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Big Red, Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
This is a Gyotaku method painting of a large carp on a pale grey mulberry paper background. This fish impression using minimal color is akin to a fossil. The fish is hand painted i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Big Boi Koi II, Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting on Mulberry Paper, Sumi Ink
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
About 100 years ago in Japan, fishermen created gyotaku prints to record their prized catches. Gyotaku is created by pressing rice paper onto a fish covered with ink or paint. An av...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

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Sketch for Incredulity, Horse and Rider, Civil War, India Ink on Archival Paper
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Bulldog, Drawing Study of a Brown and White American Bulldog, Matted and Framed
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Carp au Natural - Gyotaku technique
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression. It is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Black Grassie, Yellow Eye - Japanese Style Gyotaku Yellow Eyed Fish Painting
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
This is a Gyotaku method painting of a fish on a mulberry paper background. This fish impression using minimal color is akin to a fossil. The mulberry paper has a soft hue and slight...
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Primary Colors, Gyotako Japanese Style Painting of Double Fish, Matted & Framed
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
This is a Gyotaku method painting of two fish on a pale blue mulberry paper background. This double fish impression using minimal color is akin to a fossil. The mulberry paper has ...
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By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
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Deep Greens and Blues are the Colors I Choose
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Blue Behemoth - Japanese Style Gyotaku Fish Painting in Blue on Mulberry Paper
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Located in Chicago, IL
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Key Lime
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Key Lime
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