Landlocked Salmon, Salmo salar morpha sebago
The Landlocked Salmon is a subspecies of Atlantic Salmon that does not migrate between fresh and saltwater. This variation is thought to have originated in Sebago Lake, Maine which was formerly beneath the ocean. After the sea level retreated, the fish were trapped in the lake and developed into a freshwater form.
Price includes museum-quality framing, UV-blocking glass, and free shipping. This original painting's image size is 21" wide x 8" tall and its framed size is 30" wide x 16" tall.
**Note: This original is currently in the L’arte della Pesca Art in Fishing Show in Italy, please contact Nick if interested in this painting.**
My mission as an artist is to inspire an appreciation for and curiosity about nature and its creatures by communicating the aesthetic beauty of this planet’s amazing creatures as they really are.
It is my hope that this appreciation will result in acts of empathy & stewardship towards these incredible creatures portrayed in my paintings.