View this artwork by appointment, at Tate Britain's Prints and Drawings Rooms
Said by Finberg to be one of six leaves believed to be part of this sketchbook, this is now bound in as folio 45 recto and reunited with its continuation on folio 44 verso (D10311; Turner Bequest CXXXVII 68), for which see catalogue entry for the subject.
Blank, but inscribed by John Ruskin in red ink ‘942 Invent 941’ bottom left, and ‘156.| B’ within a circle and ‘157’ (crossed out) within a circle bottom left, by an unknown hand in blue pencil ‘204’ at centre
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