This is a true story. Day after day, Frogmorton F. Fishwrangler studied the painting (by Vincent Van Cod) of his late father, on the wall above his cramped quarters. All he could think of was escape to the freedom of the outside world, knowing that it was better to risk the cruel hooks and barbs of cruel fortune (and fishermen) than be a prisoner in his own home. Sadly, before he could live his dream he outgrew the four walls that surrounded him and he expired in a sea of broken glass and gushing water.
His life was commemorated by the commissioning of a portrait by the famous Spanish painter, Pablo Fishcasso. A movie "Free Frogmorton" was made and was a big hit at the box office. We miss you, Frogmorton.
The fish painting (often trotted out for fishy challenges) is an Ozstuffe Originale. The fishtank was Googled.