“Robinson Crusoe guiding his Raft up the Creek” by Samuel Palmer. My picture of it is a rubbish colour-shifted digicam photo of the original, in low light, which totally fails to catch the subtle central sunburst. There’s also an unfortunate carpet-reflection which appears to continue the sea horizon into the land.

But an image of this work is otherwise unavailable on the Web, and I don’t remember ever encountering it in books on Palmer — so this blog post is just “reading it into the record” to show scholars roughly what the picture looks like.