Classic Tall Ship by Elena Bondar www.ebondar.com
Classic Tall Ship

A Classic Tall Ship, traditionally-rigged, offering a beautiful working example of a bye-gone era.

Details

Pixels: 7000 x 9800 pixels (196.3 MP)
Image Size: 19.5 x 27.5 inches (140 dpi)
Format: PDF (6.57 MB)
Price: €11

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Behind the Canvas

Background

Traditionally-rigged sailing vessels included topsail schooners, brigantines, brigs and barques. The rigging may have included square rigs and gaff rigs, usually with separate topmasts and topsails. This is generally more complex than modern rigging. Modern rigging uses newer materials such as aluminum and steel to construct taller, lightweight masts with fewer sails.

Author and master mariner Joseph Conrad used the term “tall ship” in his works. He spent 1874 to 1894 at sea in tall ships and was quite particular about naval terminology. The term “tall ship” was common parlance among his fellow mariners in the last quarter of the 19th century.

About this Picture

Downloadable large-format PDF image scanned from Elena’s reproduction oil painting. This is a large PDF, ideally suited for printing on canvas. A 2.75 inch (7 cm) ‘Museum style’ white margin is added to each side of the picture to allow for stretching/mounting. After completing the payment process, you will immediately receive a download link for your picture.