As discussed in the introduction, most of the drawings in this book are rapid figure studies, many of which are explicitly erotic; others may be similar in intent, but are difficult to make out, and may be of classical or biblical subjects. Here there appears to be a figure lying at the bottom left, with two or more very fragmentary, dynamic figures above. The undulating quality of the outlines may have suggested the part-animal forms of satyrs or fauns evoked in Finberg’s title. If this was Turner’s intention, the theme seems to be developed on folio 30 recto (D18509; CCX a 28), where the figures may have horns. There appear to be more nymphs and satyrs on folios 35 recto and 36 recto (D18514, D18515; CCX a 33, 34).