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- Chalk and graphite on paper
- Support: 139 x 191 mm
- Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Turner Bequest CCLXI 115
This is one of a large number of sketches on loose sheets of paper depicting coastal terrain and seagoing vessels in various combinations. For the grouping and dating of these works to the middle and later periods of Turner’s career, see the section introduction.
Light brown marks across the sheet.
Pencil note ‘D25087’ and ‘107 | 0’. Vestiges of white wove paper around the edges, presumably from an earlier mount. Light brown marks across the sheet.
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After Joseph Mallord William Turner St Mawes