Havre, (from above Gosselin) Serk.
Coloured lithograph. Board 230 x 292mm. 9 x 11½". Cut title and image, separately.
A view down into the bay at Havre Gosselin, Isle of Sark, the smallest of the four main channel islands. A small rowing boat pulls away from the cave. The coasts of Sark are very rocky and the shore are fringed with tall cliffs making landing onf the island very difficult, and such caves were supposedly used by smugglers. In the bay itself, are sailing vessels; two men, one resting, the other looking out into the bay, admire the view of the tranquil bay.
[Ref: 17870] £110.00