Not on display
This rocky hillside is likely to be the hill above Callander to the north-east with the Bracklinn Falls.1 Although Turner’s scribbles, lines and shapes are hard to decipher, his energetic sketch captures the romantic rocky landscape, which is made more sublime by his inclusion of two small figures at the bottom of the page who are dwarfed by the rocks above them. The same device is used in other sketches of the falls on folios 10 and 22 verso (D26735, D26736; CCLXXII 36a, 37).
For further sketches of Bracklinn Falls and other nearby sites, see folio 33 (D26741; CCLXXII 39a).
Wallace-Hadrill and Carolan 1990, Vol.10 No.2, p.26.