Project Description

Halibut, Halibut, Halibut, by Robert Davidson

Halibut is a mysterious creature.  Living its existence hugging the ground.  How much closer can you get to the earth?  I first designed this image for a single Halibut, but it seemed a bit stingy, so I added two more and the working title was, “Three For One”.  Shortly after completion of the painting, the new name came to me, “Halibut Halibut Halibut”, and it is not to be used in abbreviated form.

Specifications
Medium Serigraph
Year 2002
Dimensions (w-d-h) 113 x 81 cm (incl frame)
Material and  frame Silkscreen print on paper, frame: 1184-H Ivory and Casein green color. Glass: Anti-reflection 92% UV
Serial number 92/120
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Robert Charles Davidson (born 4 November 1946) is a Canadian artist of Haida heritage. Robert’s Haida name is G̲uud San Glans, which means “Eagle of the Dawn”. He is known internationally as a carver of totem poles and masks, printmaker, painter and jeweller. Robert is a leading figure in the renaissance of Haida art and culture.

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