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For the drawings in this sketchbook made around Walton Bridges and for the picture of a downstream view, Walton Bridges perhaps exhibited at Turner’s Gallery in 1806 and certainly bought by Sir John Leicester in 1807 (the Loyd Collection),1 see note to folio 4 (D05849). The present sketch is related to the right foreground of the picture and its group of figures and horses on the riverbank and watering at its edge. For further similar, see folio 7 recto and verso (D05855, D05856).
Butlin and Joll 1984, pp.47–8 no.60 (pl.70).