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The three landscape views on this page are extremely rough and schematic but Turner’s inscriptions suggest that they represent Nocera dei Pagani (present-day Nocera Inferiore), a town amidst the Lattari mountains which formed part of the nineteenth-century route between Naples and Salerno. Turner passed through en route to Paestum, see folios 46 and 92 (D15998 and D16086; Turner Bequest CLXXXVI 44 and 90). Also on the sheet is a swift study of a couple of female figures.
For other sketches of Nocera see the Pompeii, Amalfi, Sorrento, Herculaneum sketchbook (Tate D15807; Turner Bequest CLXXXV 37).