This painting commemorates the place that men were left when Shackleton and a few of his crew made an open boat voyage of 800 miles to South Georgia Island to get a rescue party.  The men on Elephant Island were left in the command of Frank Wild — thus the spot was named Point Wild.  Many years later he was buried to the right of Shackleton at the cemetery in Gryviken, South Georgia Island.

by me to Gryviken and returned to me by the Postmaster there….. : )