E.T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn (eds.), Library Edition: The Works of John Ruskin: Volume XIII: Turner: The Harbours of England; Catalogues and Notes, London 1904, no.607, pp.306 (frame no.120, drawing no.273), 637, as ‘The Arch of Titus, from the Side’.
A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.I, p.564, as ‘Arch of Titus. 607b, N.G. (So described by Mr. Ruskin; it looks to me more like the Arch of Constantine.)’.
D[ugald] S[utherland] MacColl, National Gallery, Millbank: Catalogue: Turner Collection, London 1920, p.89.
Cecilia Powell, ‘Turner on Classic Ground: His Visits to Central and Southern Italy and Related Paintings and Drawings’, unpublished Ph.D thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London 1984, p.428, as ‘Arch of Constantine and the Temple of Venus and Rome’.