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A study based on the coloured drawing of Tynemouth Priory seen from the south shore of Prior’s Haven in the North of England sketchbook (Tate D00942; Turner Bequest XXXIV 35), this sheet must have been worked on in the same sitting with that of Dunstanburgh Castle (Tate D00890; Turner Bequest XXXIII S), which uses similar paper and media, and is suffused with the same romantic energy.
The sheet is creased and stained.
Blank; oil stains correspond to the darker areas of the design on the recto.
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After Edward Dayes Tinemouth Castle and Priory, Northumberland, engraved by B. Comte