Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) Lithograph Illustration

Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) Lithograph Illustration

A vintage lithograph illustration of a bluegill, a freshwater fish native to North America, drawn with oil and water on a smooth surface and printed with oil-based ink.

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This product features a high-quality lithograph illustration of a bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), a freshwater fish that is widely distributed and easy to catch in streams, rivers, lakes, ponds and wetlands east of the Rocky Mountains12

Lithography is a planographic printmaking technique that uses oil and water to transfer ink to a smooth surface. It was invented in 1796 by Alois Senefelder, a German playwright and actor, and was first used for musical scores and maps34 Lithography produces fine art prints with rich tones and details5

The illustration depicts the bluegill’s distinctive features, such as its blue and purple face and gill cover, dark olive-colored bands down the side, and fiery orange to yellow belly1 The bluegill belongs to the Centrarchidae family, which includes hundreds of species of freshwater fish, such as sunfishes, crappies and black basses1 The bluegill can grow up to 12 inches (30 cm) in length and weigh up to 4.5 pounds (2 kg)1

The illustration is available in high resolution PNG format with transparent background, as well as vector format for easy scaling and editing. You can also purchase other products that feature the illustration, such as posters, stickers, notebooks, mugs, and t-shirts. These products are perfect for decorating your home, office, or classroom, or for giving as gifts to your friends and family who love fishing or nature.

The website also allows free use of low resolution images for personal use, such as wallpapers, screensavers, or educational purposes. You can download the low resolution images from the product page and enjoy the beauty of the bluegill on your devices.

The bluegill is also known by other names, such as blue sunfish, bluegill sunfish, copperhead, copperbelly, and bluegill bream1 In other languages, it is called pez sol azul (Spanish), perche-soleil bleue (French), Blauer Sonnenbarsch (German), pesce sole blu (Italian), peixe-sol azul (Portuguese), синий солнечник (Russian), and 蓝鳃太阳鱼 (Chinese).

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