These are swiftly rendered sketches of the Church of Saint Andrew at Walberswick on the Suffolk North Sea coast. Saint Andrew’s now stands amongst the ruins of a once grand fifteenth-century church, which fell into decline when Henry VIII withdrew its tithes during the Reformation. Turner records the hollowed and crumbling vestiges of the nave, chancel and south aisle in more detail at rear. The church was rebuilt in the late seventeenth century. See also Tate D18259, D18262; Turner Bequest CCIX 52a, 54.