Not on display
As Finberg first identified, the sequence of sketches on folios 3 verso–12 (D15913–D15919 and D15922–D15930) represents detailed panoramic views of Naples drawn from the sea, perhaps dating from the outward or return trip to Paestum and the Amalfi coast which Turner undertook during his sojourn in the city.1 Visible in this study is the Marinella waterfront of Naples which lies along the shoreline between the old port and the Carmine castle. This stretch has changed considerably during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries but still identifiable on the far right-hand side is the tall spire of Santa Maria del Carmine, whilst visible on the hill beyond is the Reggia (Royal Palace) of Capodimonte. A similar view can be seen on folio 5 (D15916).
Finberg 1909, p.551.