On the Wind : The Marine Photographs of Norman Fortier

By: Lapides, Michael

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Beginning with early images of Padanaram Harbor, On the Wind carries the viewer west to Rhode Island Sound and Newport, east to Mattapoisett, Marion, and harbors at the head of Buzzards Bay with the photographs of Norman Fortier. Succeeding chapters cover Martha's Vineyard and the offshore islands, the port of New Bedford and working craft, the grand spectacle that is the New York Yacht Club's annual summer cruise, and boats designed and built in South Dartmouth by the legendary Concordia Company. Printed entirely in duotone, this is a book about sailing and sailors, harbors and fishermen, selected from more than 100,000 negatives. It is also a moving and unforgettable evocation of a time and way of life that have already passed into memory.

Title: On the Wind : The Marine Photographs of Norman Fortier

Author Name: Lapides, Michael

Categories: Signed First Editions, Cape Cod and the Islands, Yachting,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Boston, David R. Godine: 2007

ISBN Number: 1567923348

ISBN Number 13: 9781567923346

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Fine

Inscription: Signed by Author

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 019991

Description: From The Old Dartmouth Historical Society. Norman Fortier's work was also seen many years ago in The Bay and the Sound. His B&W photos of coastal Massachusetts and sailing vessels is renown. Fortier was a US Navy photographer in WWII. He has had a studio in Padanaram, MA since 1948. The volume is signed by Calvin Segal and Llewellyn Howland III on the title page.