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From the Art of Charley Harper
Issued in 1976

2000 Signed and Numbered

Paper Size 18" x 25"
Image Size 15" x 21"

Behold how black skimmers fish for their finny food. As the tide falls and the moon rises, a squadron of skimmers shimmers over the glassy cove, shallow-plowing the shallows with their razor-thin lower mandibles, scooping up minnows by the many from the mini furrows. It's a little like seeing with a string, and you have to wonder if they don't come up with a lot of flotsam and jetsam. Isn't there an easier way to make a living? Not if you're a black skimmer.

AP I: Lightly discolored border
AP II: Very light dog-eared lower left corner
AP XII: Very small dirt smudge along bottom edge
AP XXIII: Slightly tattered lower edge
AP XXIV: Slight foxing
AP III-V, VII-XI, XIII-XVI, XVIII, and XX-XXII are also available.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 30 September, 2010.

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