Lobster Boat at Five Islands Art Print 18" x 24" Framed Wall Poster By Alan Claude - Maine

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Lobster Boat at Five Islands took place on the Sheepscot River in Maine.

The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing

Limited to 500 prints (not numbered) by year of creation

Giclée printed on archival heavy paper with solid ink coverage

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Michael J.
Awesome !!!

I love to eat lobster, the best lobster I have had the opportunity to eat came from five Island sitting one the dock with this view! Every time I look at my art I am reminded of that awesome lunch !!!

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betsy k.
Betsy K

Very happy with the beautiful art work. This is a gift for our son and I know he will love it since he fishes in this area and we spend our summers in Georgetown. We also like the frame, everything perfect!

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Janet M.
Love This Art

Last year my husband and I walked into the Maine Building at the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, Massachusetts, took one look at the wall of art by Alan Claude and fell in love. We were smitten with his graphic style reminiscent of the 20’s and 30’s and knew we had to purchase one. Couldn’t make up my mind which one I liked the best so we waited. We now have a summer cottage in Connecticut and we were finally able to pick the perfect one for our little home. We were also impressed with how well packaged it was and enjoyed several freebies included like a magazine and book marks which we greatly appreciated! Only wish there were a few more choices regarding Connecticut scenes from which to choose, otherwise everything else was perfect.

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Theresa G.
perfect !

Beautifuly done, perfectly framed, looks great in our home!
We will be looking to buy another one soon

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Karen S.
Love Five Islands

Just ordered my second framed print of lobster boat at 5 islands. First one went to daughter and fiancé, Mainers living in Georgia and now the second will go to Michigan to a dear friend, also with Maine ties. Love these prints.