This is Davies first published engraving executed in 1922, signed and numbered "No 5-50 Proofs" in pencil.
Roy Davies began wood engraving in 1921 and with his first published print, Cattleman's Hut. At that time, Lionel Lindsay was also beginning to work in the wood engraving technique, and through the illustrator David Barker, Lindsay contacted Davies and invited him to his studio. In 1923 Davies then exhibited 12 wood engravings at Tyrrell's Limited, Elizabeth Street, Sydney, in an Exhibition of Woodcuts.
Not in the Art Gallery of NSW, or National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria.