In this evocative volume Ian Collins charts the voyage James Dodds has made both from the literal to the poetic and from shipwright to painter, printmaker and fine-press publisher. Richly illustrated with pictures spanning more than three decades of inspired endeavour, the biography adds a supporting cast of artists, poets and other nautical characters. It also includes a wider study of "boats the sea has made" ? vernacular vessels from the Shetlands to the Scillies and across the Atlantic to New England which punctuate the artist?s intriguing story.
240 x 300mm, 216 pp. 300 illustrations in full colour
Edition of 200 Special Hardbacks in slipcases, signed and numbered: ?150
(Including exclusive hand-printed, signed and numbered linocut, worth ?250)
Standard Hardback edition with Jacket: ?35
|Size||25 x 30.5cm|
|VAT||Included where applicable|