The landscape sketch and what appears to be the beginnings of a map on this page are not mentioned in Finberg’s Turner Bequest Inventory. The few cursive lines in the middle of the page may be an abandoned version of the map of a manor house by a river on folio 19 verso opposite (D22009).
Although this side of the leaf is stamped ‘CCXXXVIII – 20’, his entry for that number refers to ‘Leicester Abbey’,1 the subject now bound inverted on the verso (D22011). As presently arranged, the view on the left-hand half of this page correctly matches up with the brief sliver of townscape on folio 19 verso opposite (D22009), which is itself an extension of the drawing on folio 19 recto (D22008); the latter forms a double-page view with folio 18 verso (D22007).
A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.II, p.730.