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Inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, the composition continues across folio 43 recto opposite (D01204; Turner Bequest XXXVII 87). This is a memorandum, probably of the picture thought to have been in the collection of the then Prince of Wales (later George IV),1 apparently a companion to that copied by Turner on folios 38 verso–39 recto (D01195–D01196; Turner Bequest XXXVII 78–79). An alternative source might be the engraved version of this picture made by Joseph Farington and published by Boydell in 1776.
See W.G. Constable, Richard Wilson, London 1953, p.212 under notes to pl.99a.
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Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner Convent at Villa Giulia, Lake Como, after John Robert Cozens