The drawing continues across folio 68 recto opposite (D14611
; Turner Bequest CLXXVI 64). Senigállia, on the Adriatic Coast north-west of Ancona is seen from near a bridge on the River Misa, looking south with the Rocca Roveresca fortress in the foreground on the other page, which Turner inscribed with the town’s name.
For Cecilia Powell’s comments on the relatively uneventful phase of Turner’s journey between leaving Rimini and reaching Ancona (folios 61 recto–69 recto; D14599–D14613
; Turner Bequest CLXXVI 57–65), see under D14599
There is a slight view apparently labelled ‘Senigallia’ in the contemporary Route to Rome
sketchbook (Tate D13862
; Turner Bequest CLXXI 2a), along with figure studies inscribed in the same way (Tate D13908
; Turner Bequest CLXXI 26a, 28a).
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