Title: ‘Cape Split, Nova Scotia’
Creator: Possibly William Bruce Almon (1787-1840)
Description: The drawing, which was presented to the Society by Almon on 1 June 1810, shows the famous headland of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada, which is subject to erosion – the two sea stacks depicted appear to have since collapsed.
From a series of the earliest drawings, paintings and prints given to the Society which were collected together in a volume entitled ‘Drawings I’.
Format: Watercolour on paper
Archive reference: LDGSL/400/55
Image reference: 05-93
Recommended print size: Up to A4 (30 x 20cm)