The two drawings here were made with the page turned horizontally both ways. The main view shows rugged mountains; the smaller view is labelled to indicate Capodiponte, the old name for Ponte nelle Alpi, which sits within a bend of the River Piave just north-east of Belluno (see folio 66 verso; D32392). The meaning of the abbreviated inscription with a line leading to a distant feature is unclear. There is another view on folio 60 recto (D32379).
A long sequence of sketches, mostly characterised as ‘Mountains’ by Finberg (with occasional identifications and transcriptions of the place names marked by the artist), lies between folios 7 recto and 76 recto (D32275–D32411).1 See the sketchbook’s Introduction for the likely overall route between Bregenz and Venice.2