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This page shows views along the Firth of Forth continued from folio 42 verso (D13532). At the top of the page is a view of the island of Inchgarvie from the west, the sketch in the middle of the page shows a view east towards Blackness Castle, and the sketch at the bottom may be of Rosyth Castle. (See folio 42 verso for more information).
Turner returned to this spot in 1822 and made a sketch that closely matches the drawing in the middle of this page (King’s Visit to Edinburgh sketchbook, Tate D17586; Turner Bequest CC 47a).