Not on display
Drawn with the sketchbook inverted are two overlapping sketches of Lochleven Castle, made from the southern shore of the small island on which it sits in Loch Leven, Kinross. The larger sketch across the top half of the page depicts the castle ruins with the courtyard wall, the keep at the left and the Glassin Tower at the right. The sketch beneath provides a more south-westerly view, and includes the shore of the island in the foreground. For more information about Turner’s sketches of Lochleven Castle see folio 25 verso (D26708; CCLXXII 23).