The Moon Watcher Painting and Print
Sometimes, at the full moon, a figure can be seen on the little uninhabited island in the lake. It is still and seems to be holding a lantern, as if in worshipful imitation of the moon itself. There is never a boat moored to the island--most say that little island should be left alone--and no one ever sees the figure elsewhere. People have seen this figure at certain full moons--and always when they are alone--for hundreds of years.
The oil painting is on 11 x 14" canvas with traditional 7/8" profile and is ready to frame. The long-lasting giclee print is 11 x 14" on archival paper and is ready to frame.