Fish/Limited Editions

Spawning Salmon in beautiful reflective water lends itself to a semi-abstracted scene. Susan Luckey Higdon’s painting is available as a limited edition reproduction.


Fish—Limited Edition Reproductions

Please note the images in this slider are just a small sampling of what is available as a fine art reproduction of fish. I make high resolution scans of almost all of my work. So, if you see a painting in another slideshow on this website, it is very likely available as a giclée—in proportional sizes on either canvas or paper—giving you many design options. Ask me about it!

Large selection of limited edition prints available

This series of limited edition fine art reproductions of fish began when a designer for McCormick & Schmick Seafood Restaurants contacted me about using my underwater landscapes in their Manhattan, NY restaurant. As the chain continued to use my images of fish underwater in their new restaurants across the country, the series of fine art reproductions of fish grew. There are now over 15 images to chose from and I continue to scan new fish art to become part of the series.

Contact me for custom sizes

The giclée process has revolutionized the limited edition reproduction market making it possible to offer prints with very true and pure color. This digital process, using archival inks and papers, produces fine art prints with a tested lifetime of over 100 years. A signed and numbered limited edition giclée print is not mass produced and is of very high quality. For many art lovers it is a great way to begin building their fine art collections.

My giclée fine art reproductions of fish can be made larger or smaller in proportion to the stated size and can be printed on 100% rag cotton paper or on canvas. The canvas can be sized for traditional stretching that will be put in a frame or for wide stretcher bars with a wrapped image for a contemporary look.  Please contact me for an estimate based on size and substrate.

Contact me for an estimate on a proportional size other than the one shown here.