‘The Sirens’

Figure descriptions
Two sirens rest on the shore of a rough body of water (the sea). Both sirens wear beaded jewellery. They are topless, and they wear loose cloths draped around their lower halves. One siren lies down and looks at a lyre which she holds with both hands. There is a human skull next to her on the ground. The other siren sits with her legs folded close to her body. She looks out at a boat which struggles in the waves. There are multiple men aboard the boat, all of whom look toward the sirens. Cliffs border the water and large rocks jut out of the surface. 3/4-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.