Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1975
7.5 x 7.8cm, 4pp small folding card with a drawing of a church and a beached boat by Laurie Clark. The scene has several elements that are visually similar – the four leaf plants (clovers?), the propellor on the boat, and the church windows all have the same shape. The word “Eastertide” simply means Easter but it has additional meaning because the boat cannot move until the tide comes in. Additionally in the Biblical myth around Jesus, the role of fish and fishermen as metaphors are often central. One is forced to conclude this is a religious card – something that does not come up too often in Finlay’s work. VG+. Rare.

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