28 x 44 cm (image); 37 x 52 cm, including frame. Hand-coloured aquatint on paper, surrounded by a narrow mounting board in a dark wood frame with gilded embellishments.
Huggins (1781-1845) was appointed Marine Painter to both George IV and William IV. He began his working life as a seaman with the East India Company, and would have called at the Cape. He usually painted or drew the scenes himself and they were engraved by his son-in-law, Edward Duncan.
- Overall Condition: Fine
- Size: 37 x 52 cm