This wood engraving by Nora Unwin was published around 1932 in an edition of 50. It is listed in the McGoldrick book as #174. Pencil signed and titled on the lower margin this image is of three of Ms. Unwins' friends at the beach on holiday at the Isle of Wight. The interesting textures in the suits, hats and towels carefully placed in a unique composition gives it a playful quality. Unwin studied at the RCA in London before coming to the US in 1946 and is credited with much of the revival of wood engraving in America in the early part of the 20th century.