Although best known for his pictures of bizarre and impractical inventions, Heath Robinson was also a good illustrator; only he never developed a very consistent style. I like these sea pictures, which are reminiscent of Arthur Rackham. Here is a squarerigger.
A sail appearing above the swell.
The hand of the drowned sailor. Off to see Davy Jones and Mother Carey.
A lighthouse in squally weather.
A coastal light with a sailing ship, doubtless returning home after a long journey through rougher and sunnier seas.