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Inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, the church with a slender spire rising above wooded hills is unidentified, but is likely in Kent given the identified subjects elsewhere in this sketchbook; see the Introduction. The same building appears to be shown in the distance on folio 12 verso opposite (D35780), and see also folio 14 recto (D35783).
Below is what appears to be a clock tower, possibly with a cupola in Baroque style. Its relationship with the church is unclear, but it and its surroundings may form a separate study, representing a continuation to the left or right of the upper section, or a separate view nearby.