Stonington Lobsters painting
Lobsters live in the sea.
They can be served at dining tables.
It takes a lobster seven years to grow to one and a half pounds.
As diners enjoy the taste and aroma,
glasses should be raised to the fisherman's happiness.
Stonington, Connecticut is one of the lobstering
centers on the East Coast of the United States.
It is the pride of Connecticut.
Painted in April, 2000
Type: Animals & birds
Size: 36.6 x 34.6 cm
14.4 x 13.6 inches
Original painting by Charles Chu
The framed painting measures 20.5" x 20". It is mounted in a black wooden frame, covered by UV-resistant glass.
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