Not on display
The composition continues across folio 59 recto opposite (D01236; Turner Bequest XXXVII 119). The sandy chine is typical of the ancient routes that cut through the low cliffs of Kent and Sussex to their beaches. There is a discrepancy between the size of the sails and ships’ rigging seen behind the buildings at the left and the apparent distance of the water and other shipping on the right of this composition. It may be that Turner has conflated two quite different scenes into one.