Captain William Bligh
|Caption||Captain William Bligh. The Admiralty ordered Captain Bligh to sail the Bounty half-way across the world to collect bread-fruit for the West Indies. It was a voyage which was to end in mutiny. The mutineers burst into Bligh's cabin and took him roughly on deck. Soon he would be cast adrift - to be saved from a certain death by his exceptional seamanship. Original artwork for illustration on pp8-9 of Look and Learn issue no 864 (5 August 1978).|
|Artwork medium||gouache on paper|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||William Bligh Captain mutiny Bounty bread-fruit sailors cabin sea ship sailing ship striped shirt|
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