Joseph Mallord William Turner

Crowhurst Park

1810

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Medium
Graphite on paper
Dimensions
Support: 200 x 325 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Reference
D10328
Turner Bequest CXXXVIII 9

Catalogue entry

A right-hand page of the sketchbook, with stitch holes on the left. The drawing, of trees and a road, continues the view of Crowhurst Park on another leaf from this sketchbook (D10327; Turner Bequest CXXXVIII 8), for which see catalogue entry. The road noted by Turner is clearly seen on the right of the watercolour Pevensey Bay, from Crowhurst Park made from this combined drawing for John Fuller (private collection)1 and engraved by William Bernard Cooke in 1816 for Views in Sussex.
1
Wilton 1979, p.348 no.426.
Verso:
Blank

David Blayney Brown
April 2011

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