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Made in connection with his lectures as Professor of Perspective at the Royal Acasdemy, this diagram of a triangle may have been used in his later lectures on geometry as there is a related sketch in his notes.1
Turner, ‘Royal Academy Lectures’, circa 1807–38, Department of Western Manuscripts, British Library, London, ADD MS 46151 W folio 8.
Blank, save for an inscription by an unknown hand in pencil ‘46’ bottom left.
Supported by The Samuel H. Kress Foundation