A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.I, p.531, as ‘Slight sketches of Annibale Carracci “Galatea” in the Palazzo Farnese, and other figures; also – “Farnese. Apollo, ... bad Galatea. Carracci Annibale fine. Jupiter & Juno. Ganymede, Anchises, Polypheme playing. Small Domenichino’.
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Powell, ‘Turner on Classic Ground: His Visits to Central and Southern Italy and Related Paintings and Drawings’, unpublished Ph.D thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London 1984, p.151 note 2, 152 notes 7 and 8, 412, as ‘These include sketches of Daedulus and Icarus; a corner of the ceiling; Glaucus and Scylla’.
Cecilia Powell, Turner in the South: Rome, Naples, Florence, New Haven and London 1987, p.65 (notes 1, 3 and 4).
James Hamilton, Nicola Moorby, Christopher Baker and others, Turner e l’Italia, exhibition catalogue, Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara 2008, pp.49, 91 (note 66).
James Hamilton, Nicola Moorby, Christopher Baker and others, Turner & Italy, exhibition catalogue, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2009, pp.49, 151 (note 66).