Attributed to Henry Schreiner Stellwagen (American, d. 1866) Two Views of Caribbean Islands. Unsigned. Watercolor on paper, the first showing a schooner flying an American flag and another ship, with an anchorage and town beyond, inscribed in pen l.c. "Saint Thomas, W.I.," and at l.r. "Grampus 1833.," with ink borders, 5 1/2 x 10 1/4, the second showing an island anchorage with dozens of ships at right and hillside town beyond, inscribed lower center "St. James Martinique," with ink borders at top and bottom, 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 in. Condition: Minor toning, foxing, and stains, not examined out of frames. Note: The "Grampus 1833" inscription on the work depicting St. Thomas may possibly refer to the USS Grampus , a schooner in the United States Navy which was the largest of five sent to suppress piracy, and to maintain ships catching slavers in the West Indies. Both archivally framed and appear not laid down. "St. Thomas" is trimmed to the edge of the imagecouple minor fox marks to sky. St. Pierres Martinique- with several small brownspots in the sky above the hill, several edge creases/possible repairs, paper is slightly rippled in some areas.