Not on display
This sketch of Innerwick Castle is identifiable by comparison with the drawing opposite it in the sketchbook which was identified by Gerald Finley (folio 29; D25977; Turner Bequest CCXLVII 29).1 It was taken from the opposite side of the ruins to the south-east, with the water of Thornton Glen in the foreground at the bottom of the sketch.
For further information see folio 28 verso (D25978; CCLXVII 29).
Gerald E. Finley, ‘J.M.W. Turner and Sir Walter Scott: Iconography of a Tour’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, vol.35, 1972, p.367 note 51.