These sketches are from a scrapbook compiled by Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur O'Neill Chichester who served in Gallipoli during the First World War.
His paintings include the view of the coast from Achi Baba towards what has become known as Anzac Cove. Other images include views of the allied camp, a stormy sunset over the hills, and soldiers in Suvla Bay prior to evacuation in December 1915.
They appear in this gallery courtesy of the Public Records Office Northern Ireland.
The captions are based on the Lieutenant-Colonel's own notes.