"Annie McGinley at Port Donega" by Rockwell Kent
Rockwell Kent is most well known for his illustration of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. This long and boring but classic novel tells the tale of a man, Captain Ahab, circling the globe in search of a whale. In a similar fashion, Kent traveled the world in search of beautiful women and jagged cliffs. He spent a year in Ireland, which has an abundance of both. Posed on the edge of a dramatic and remote cliff, towering high above the wild North Atlantic, this is the last know sighting of poor Annie McGinley. Although there is no evidence of wrongdoing, I have my doubts - “Just a little closer to the edge sweetie”. Call me Ishmael.