Alphabet of Boats
BY JAMES DODDS. James Dodd's hearty linocuts show in a very simple way the diversity of different boat rigs. The Alphabet of Boats started life as a teething book for his son and daughter: six English East Coast boats printed onto wood and bound by a spliced rope ring. As his children cut their teeth, so the idea of an alphabet grew. Defining the difference between a Smack and a Bawley, a Ketch and a Lugger, from Ark to Zulu, for young and old, this alphabet will both amuse and inform.
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- Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.
- 4.75"W x 4.75"H
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