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At the bottom left is a view of St Clement’s Church, Sandwich, with its Romanesque tower, from the north-east. There is a separate study of a window, and numbers noting elements of the building’s articulation.
Along the top edge of the page, inverted relative to the sketchbook’s foliation, is a view of Sandwich including the church, looking west up the River Stour past St Clement’s towards the ogee dome of St Peter’s Church near the centre; it continues a little way onto folio 41 recto opposite (D35829; Turner Bequest CCCLXIII 40). Compare the drawings on folios 42 verso and 43 recto (D35832–D35833; Turner Bequest CCCLXIII 41a, 42). For others of Sandwich, see under folio 6 recto (D35767).