This is the cover of the 1930 edition, illustrated by Rockwell Kent, it helped to bring the novel to the wider public's attention for the first time.
Kent was an American painter and illustrator, who was also an author himself. His works include memoirs about his many adventures and voyages: he sailed around the Tierra del Fuego in 1922/3 and voyaged to Greenland in 1929, and we like to think this must have informed his illustration of Herman Melville's 1851 classic novel.
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