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This is the continuation further to the right of the preceding double-page spread (D11996–D11997; Turner Bequest CLIII 1a–2) recording the view across the northern end of Lake Tiny towards Almscliff Crag, taken from the lane running down from Farnley Hall, about half a mile behind us. The extension here includes the tower of Leathley Church. The sketch as a whole served as the basis for a finished watercolour known as Lake Tiny, with Almias Cliff in the distance (Hereford City Museum and Art Galleries)1 painted about 1818 for Walter Fawkes of Farnley Hall. However, Turner did not refer directly to this continuation in the final composition.
Wilton 1979, p.370 no.607.