Not on display
The stream in this drawing is probably Brock’s Burn, which flows into the River Wansbeck at Bothal, a small village near Morpeth, Northumberland. Harry Madgwick identifies the little belfry of the Church of St Andrew just visible through the trees in the background, and, in front of it, Glebe Cottage (now School Cottage). The church figures again in Turner’s drawing of Bothal Castle on the following page, folio 39 recto (D00944; Turner Bequest XXXIV 37).
Blank; stamped in brown ink with Turner Bequest monogram.