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The subject, buildings high above a rocky shore, is unidentified, but may be Italian; see the Introduction to this section for further brief discussion and dating. Finberg’s tentative 1909 Inventory title was ‘An Italian lake (?)’,1 although how he arrived at an Italian identification is unclear; he may have adopted an existing title from a checklist of the ongoing Sixth Loan Collection from the Turner Bequest, which did not have a printed catalogue.
The verso is D40183, a pencil drawing which may show another aspect of the same scene.
See Finberg 1909, II, p.1206.