Deepest underwater artist

Last updated: April 13, 2020 at 20:06 pm

40 m (130 ft) — André Laban (France) painted (oil on canvas) at the depth of 40 m off the island of Corsica in 1971. Laban also holds world records for most underwater paintings, and the first underwater live monitor broadcast.

Verified by the Diving Almanac Keeper of Records via direct communication with André Laban in 2015.

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