A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.I, p.595, CXCV 163, as ‘Group from Raphael’s “Transfiguration,” intersected to show pyramidal form of composition’.
Judy Egerton [and Clifford Ellis], ‘JMWT PP’: A Selection of Drawings Made by Turner to Illustrate his Royal Academy Lectures as Professor of Perspective, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1980, p..
Barry Venning, ‘Turner’s Annotated Books: Opie’s “Lectures on Painting” and Shee’s “Elements of Art” (II)’, Turner Studies, vol.2, no.2, Winter 1983, p.47 reproduced.
John Gage, J.M.W. Turner ‘A Wonderful Range of Mind’, New Haven and London 1987, p.142 reproduced pl.209.
Andrew Wilton, Turner in his Time, London 1987, p.99 reproduced pl.134.
Maurice Davies, Turner as Professor: The Artist and Linear Perspective, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1992, pp.31, 36, reproduced fig.23.
Maurice Davies, ‘J.M.W. Turner’s Approach to Perspective in His Royal Academy Lectures of 1811’, unpublished Ph.D thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, London 1994, pp.252, 271.
Andrea Fredericksen, Vanishing Point: The Perspective Diagrams of J.M.W. Turner, exhibition catalogue, Tate Britain, London 2004, pp.33, 34 reproduced in colour pl.21.
Max Hollein and Raphael Rosenberg, Turner Hugo Moreau: Entdeckung der Abstraktion, exhibition catalogue, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt 2007, pp.120–1 reproduced in colour.