Not on display
David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan have identified this sketch as Loch Ness from the Falls of Foyers on the eastern shore of the loch.1 However, unlike views from the top of the falls (e.g. folio 26 verso; D07013), this sketch does not seem to have been made from so far above water level. It is therefore likely to have been made from the wooded Foyers Bay. The shape of the hill on the western shore of Loch Ness is recognisable as Meall Fuar-mhonaidh.
For references to further sketches of the Falls of Foyers, see folio 40 verso (D27034).
David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan, ‘Turner’s 1831 Sketchbook T.B. CCLXXVI Fort Augustus’, [circa 1992–3], Tate catalogue files, [unpaginated].