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15"x20" | canvas giclee

This painting was based on a 17th century piece entitled "Kitchen Scene," attributed to Alejandro Loarte who died in 1626. My version basically borrowed Loarte's layout, only I replaced all the elements of the 17th century piece with "Alaskan" items. About the only thing that I used directly from the original was the kitchen guy's shirt and the bowl he is holding. The face is that of an artist friend, David Rubin.

Some of the things in the painting: willow ptarmigan (the Alaska State bird), stripe-tailed rockfish, and starry flounder. On the table: King salmon, glazed pastries, Dungeness crab, Bufflehead duck, oysters and a deck of "Alaska King Crabber" cards, an antique deck printed in the 50s.

Alaska Kitchen Scene

  • Canvas giclees closely mimic the original paintings; it's difficult to detect any difference. Canvas giclees come ready to frame, are printed to order and personally processed by the artist—from printing to hand-applied U/V finish. Allowing for drying time, the process takes 2-3 days before they can be shipped.


    Alaska Kitchen Scene is also available in paper giclee, $100. Contact us at to purchase.

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