The Island of Darwin, as it was renamed after Charles Darwin in honour of his works, lies less than one kilometre from Darwin’s Arch. It is the main land formation from which the Arch would have stemmed thousands of years ago. The island is what remains of an extinct volcano that last erupted some 400 000 years ago. The island is completely uninhabited, with no dry landing spots available. The first landing on the island was in 1964 by means of helicopter.
Only 250 fine art prints of this artwork ‘Darwin at Sunset’ can ever be made in each of the 4 sizes and respective mediums.