Cormorant Fisherman – Original Charcoal Drawing

Cormorant Fisherman – Charcoal Drawing – 8″ x 11″

It felt like high time to get back onto the blog and post a new artwork.

This Cormorant Fisherman is one of the first of many to come; I’m currently working on a series throughout which I intend to work with different styles media, exploring the life and traditions of the dying trade of Cormorant fishing.

Cormorant fishing is a traditional fishing method in which fishermen use trained cormorants to fish in rivers. Historically, cormorant fishing has taken place in Japan and China.

It is first attested as a method used by the ancient Japanese in the Book of Sui, the official history of the Sui Dynasty of China, completed in 636 CE.

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