Cormorant Fisherman of Yangshuo III

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Size: 59.4 x 42cm (A2)
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Each one of our premium prints is produced in Melbourne using the highest quality archival, 240gsm enhanced matte paper using archival pigment inks which are engineered to offer dynamic colour vibrancy and exceptional longevity.

Each custom-made frame is handcrafted by a team of master picture framers in our Melbourne workshop.

Our contemporary gallery-style frames, are a deep box profile measuring 2cm wide on the face and 3.7cm deep against the wall, with a 2mm shatterproof acrylic which provides you a more premium look and better protection than glass.

Dimensions (Print)

59.4 x 42 cm / 23.4 x 16.5 in (A2)

70 x 50 cm / 27.6 x 19.7 in

84.1 x 59.4 cm / 33.1 x 23.4 in (A1)

100 x 70 cm / 39.4 x 27.6 in

119 x 84.1 cm / 46.8 x 33.1 in (A0)

Frames are approximately 2cm wide in addition to the print size.


White Border

Our Premium Framed Prints are available with your preference of option of with an additional white border, or without a border.

Choosing a white border option will make the image a little bit smaller, but may help provide an additional element of balance and proportion to the overall framed artwork, which may suit your aesthetic and style.

Approximate white space width:

A2 & 70x50: 40mm;

A1 & 100x70: 50mm;

A0: 60mm.

Please allow up to 5mm variance on dimensions as these frames are hand-made.

Frame: Black
Border: With White Border
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Shot in Yangshuo, China

I took many more than three photos of my day with Cormorant fisherman Lao Huang, but this is one of the three that stuck with me. There’s a care in his look, a reassurance that his birds are okay and in their proper place and ready, that suggested to me how he values this work, the tradition of his ancestors. And even if this thirteen-hundred-year-old fishing method is more a tourist attraction than anything else, it is his line to the past, and his care for that history is plain to see.

These birds are called Cormorant, they belong to this friendly 86-year-old fisherman named Lao Huang. Cormorant fishing is a traditional fishing method in which fishermen use trained cormorants to fish in rivers, but sadly the thirteen-hundred-year-old fishing method, now only survives as a tourist attraction in modern days.

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