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'The people who fish while walking on the sea' is the meaning of the word Imraguen which is the name of the traditional fishermen that live within Banc d'Arguin Parc on the west coast of Mauritania. The Imraguen tribesmen have maintained age-old lifestyles, based almost exclusively on harvesting the migratory fish populations using old traditional sailboats like the one pictured here. They still use techniques unchanged since first recorded by 15th century Portuguese explorers.
All prints are printed on archival paper using archival ink to maximize the quality of the digital prints to meet museum longevity requirements.
Prices do not include matting and framing.
SMALL 12” x 8” + 1” border
(150 LIMITED EDITIONS)
MEDIUM 24” x 16” + 1.5” border
(100 LIMITED EDITIONS)
LARGE 36” x 24” + 2” border
(50 LIMITED EDITIONS)
EXTRA LARGE “60 x 40” no border
(25 LIMITED EDITIONS)
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag
At Sea II