Goya, Still Life with Golden Bream, 1808-12
E.W.Cooke, Mackerel by the Seashore. Goya's fishes are also by the sea-shore, and seem to be gasping their life away there, but one has to look to notice it.
J.M.W. Turner, Mackerel, watercolour.
William Merritt Chase. Chase's fishes are very fishy like Goya's, but his approach is that of an aesthete, there is no existential pathos.
William Merritt Chase
Anders Zorn, St Ives; do they really catch fishes like that in Cornwall?