Not on display
The drawing is continued on folio 60 recto opposite (D01794; Turner Bequest XLII 119). Jerrold Ziff has suggested1 that that is a study for the tree-trunk in Turner’s 1802 Royal Academy painting Jason (Tate N00471).2 There does not seem to be sufficient specific similarity to justify this inference. Turner made a number of studies of felled or damaged trees at about this time, many of them probably in the grounds of Fonthill, Wiltshire, where he was working on commission for William Beckford in 1799.
There are some adventitious brown ink blots.