Not on display
Inscribed ‘Fall at Glen Lia’ by Turner, this sketch depicts the Falls of Foyers on the eastern shore of Loch Ness. Made from or near the bridge over the Upper Fall at Glen Lia, this sketch looks north along the River Foyers towards the Lower ‘Fall’ and out to Loch Ness. There are similar views of Loch Ness from the top of the falls on folios 42 and 42 verso–43 (D27037–D27039). A few marks at the lower right of the sketch may represent a figure looking down at the waterfall.
Turner, along with his fellow passengers, stopped at Foyers on a scheduled stop during his journey north by steamboat up Loch Ness. More tourists are depicted on folio 40 verso (D27034). Turner made over twenty sketches of the waterfalls, see folio 40 verso for references.