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Arthur P. Richmond
• All the island’s charm captured in 68 panoramic photos and short explanations
• Perfect for gift giving, it offers an armchair journey through every corner of Nantucket
• Depicts the island’s beloved cobbled streets, lighthouses, harbors, and beaches, from Madaket to
As a souvenir or a gift, this small-format book captures Nantucket vistas in wide-view format,
offering colorful panoramas to treasure for years to come. From the harbor with its iconic
lighthouse to the streets of the town featuring cobblestones and quaint and upscale shops, the
pages capture the highlights of time spent on the island. Continue your tour through the island’s
landscapes, by viewing the beaches along the north shore en route to thewestern end of the island
and the area aroundMadaket. Heading east, pass the beaches on the Atlantic
Ocean including Cisco and Surfside. Enjoy colorful glimpses of the former
quintessential fishing village of Siasconset, with its rose-covered cottages.
Just to the north are two historic lighthouses, Sankaty and Great Point. Pass
by Quidnet, Polpis, Altar Rock, and Monomoy. Captured across the island,
these panoramas provide an enjoyable keepsake of magnificent Nantucket.
Arthur P. Richmond
has been a photographer for more than fifty years.
He is the author of more than two dozen books, and his images are also
found in calendars and postcards, as well as on display at several galleries in
Size: 9" × 6" • 60 color images • 128 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5315-4 • hard cover • $16.99
Where Beauty and History Meet,
2nd Edition
Kathryn Kleekamp
• An artist’s view of the beauties of Cape Cod, Massachusetts
• An exploration of nearly 400 years, from the Pilgrims to today, with vintage photos, maps
• All new chapter on area conservation efforts
Cape Cod and its neighboring islands, Nantucket andMartha’s Vineyard, possess extraordinary
beauty. Magnificent ocean vistas, spectacular sand dunes, quiet marshes, and historic seaside
villages bring people back year after year. Featuringmore than 50 of KathrynKleekamp’s original
oil paintings depicting land and seascapes along with rare historic photographs, this edition
includes more than 20 new images and a chapter on current conservation efforts directed at
preserving the area’s natural resources. Images and text capture the fundamental nature of this
remarkable place: the heartbeat of those who farmed the land, fished the seas, captained the great
schooners, or waited at home for a loved one’s return. For the inquiring visitor these remarkable
stories of courage and enterprise provide background for thoughtful reflection. Traditional Cape
and Island recipes are included as another link to the past.
Inspired by her life onCapeCod,
oil paintings and narrative bring the unique beauty and
charmof this special area alive for the reader. Her artwork is
in collections all over theUnited States and seven countries
Size: 11" × 8 1/2" • 190 color and B+W images • 192 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5305-5 • hard cover • $34.99
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