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Turner’s ‘Harold’ presumably indicates his untraced watercolour design of about 1816, Battle Abbey, the Spot where Harold Fell,1 engraved in 1819 for W.B. Cooke’s series of Turner’s Views in Sussex (Tate impressions: T04428–T04430, T06002). ‘Fullers’ is a reference to John ‘Jack’ Fuller (1757–1834), who commissioned the Battle Abbey watercolour and others included in Cooke’s scheme.2
See also David Blayney Brown’s Introduction to the ‘Sketchbooks used in East Sussex’ (c.1806–20) section of the present catalogue. There is a related note on folio 36 recto (D13805) and studies for the Views in Sussex frontispiece vignette on folios 1 recto, 39 verso and 40 verso (D13751, D13811, D13813).