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Within the dark space defined by bed curtains at the left, there appears to be a pale naked figure, perhaps female, standing or leaning on the right, bending a little to the left; the inner line of the leg and the crotch appears to have been emphasised, and there seem to be very rudimentary facial features. Other shapes may indicate another figure on the bed with an arm hanging down, though this is even more speculative.
For a discussion of the improvisatory and often erotic nature of the watercolour studies making up most of this sketchbook, see the Introduction.
Blank, save for slight offsetting of watercolour from folio 15 recto opposite (D28806).