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This is a view of Brighton, taken from around Kemp Town and looking back towards the seafront and the Chain Pier. There is a separate jotting of the Chain Pier at top left. For further sketches of Brighton in this book see Tate D18343–D18347, D18349–D18350, D18353–D18365, D18369–D18371; Turner Bequest CCX 20a–22, 23–23a, 25a–33a, 35a–36a. See also Turner’s design Brighthelmstone, produced for Cooke’s Picturesque Views of the Southern Coast of England and published in 1825 (Tate impression T05289 and Tate D18469; Turner Bequest CCX 88).
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