Moby-Dick, page 333 : Now, how had this noble rescue been accomplished? Why, diving after the slowly descending head, Queequeg with his keen sword had made side lunges near its bottom, so as to scuttle a large hole there; then dropping his sword, had thrust his long arm far inwards and upwards, and so hauled out our poor Tash by the head.
5.25" by 8.75"
colored pencil, ink and marker on watercolor paper
August 3, 2010