Not on display
This intricately rendered study depicts the imposing Château de Dieppe, built into a cliff overlooking the beach. The castle was constructed in the fourteenth century on foundations dating from the late twelfth century.1 In the distance at left is the profile of the city itself, with the dome of the Eglise Saint-Jacques. Other drawings of Dieppe Castle include: Tate D35465–D35466, D35476–D35477, D35541; Turner Bequest CCCLXI 7–8, 18–19, 31.
‘Château de Dieppe, Ministère de Culture, accessed 4 November 2014, http://www
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