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Lake Superior Poster featuring the drawing Gitche Gumee Inked #1 by Rob Christensen


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7.50" x 8.00"


9.50" x 10.00"


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Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Poster

Rob Christensen

by Rob Christensen

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Product Details

Gitche Gumee Inked #1 poster by Rob Christensen.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

This is the first drawing in my Gitche Gumee Inked series, it is of a wooden anchor circa1890's, located in the Canal Park area of Duluth, MN

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Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Drawing by Rob Christensen


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Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Poster


Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Metal Print

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Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Acrylic Print

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Gitche Gumee Inked #1 Greeting Card

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Poster Tags

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Drawing Tags

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Comments (3)

Richie Montgomery

Richie Montgomery

Great work, Oh me and the dots have had many a long hour together, they are my friend as well.



masterful. tremendous work. I only give comments to real artist. you are the real deal my friend. stunning work...Neil Stuart Coffey

Artist's Description

This is the first drawing in my "Gitche Gumee Inked" series, it is of a wooden anchor circa1890's, located in the Canal Park area of Duluth, MN

About Rob Christensen

Rob Christensen

I produce all my work using the pen & ink process called "stippling," this is the practice of creating the entire drawing with single dots of ink. My subjects cover a wide range, from historical, isolated images, wildlife, architectural and portrait work.

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