Fish Plates Series 700

Yelloweye Rockfish 713

The Yelloweye Rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus) is one of the world's longest-lived fish species, and is cited to live to a maximum of 114 to 120 years old. As they grow older, they change color from reddish in youth, to bright orange in adulthood, to pale yellow in old age. Yelloweye live in rocky areas and feed on small fish and other rockfish. They reside in the East Pacific and range from Baja California to Alaska.

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Amadeo has illustrated over 100 fish and invertebrate identifications for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and other clients. Each plate highlights the exquisite detail in Amadeo's illustrations, while identifying range, scientific, and common names.

Each fish illustration giclee print is created using archival, fade-resistant pigment inks and heavyweight, quality canvas to ensure the most vivid, detailed, and long-lasting print. Individually proofed and signed by Amadeo.