204. [T03872] The Thames at Weybridge c. 1807–10
TATE GALLERY AND THE NATIONAL TRUST (LORD EGREMONT COLLECTION) PETWORTH HOUSE
Canvas, 35 × 47 (88·9 × 119·4)
Coll. Bought by the third Earl of Egremont, possibly from Turner's gallery c. 1807 but in any case he owned it by 1819 (see below); by descent to the third Lord Leconfield who in 1947 conveyed Petworth to the National Trust; in 1957 the contents of the State Rooms were accepted by the Treasury in part payment of death duties.
Exh. Tate Gallery 1951 (2).
Engr. By W. Say in the Liber Studiorum under the title ‘Isis’ published 1 January 1819, ‘Picture in the Possession of the Earl of Egremont’ (Rawlinson 68).