Continued on folio 88 of the sketchbook (D10568; Turner Bequest CXL 80), the image appears inverted according to the present foliation. There is a further double-spread study of trees on folios 88 verso–89 (D10569–D10570; Turner Bequest CXL 80a–81). The trees are presumably on Richmond Hill and Butlin and Joll cite these drawing along with others running to folio 90 (D10572; Turner Bequest CXL 82) as similar in general terms to the composition of England: Richmond Hill, on the Prince Regent’s Birthday (Tate N00502)1 exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1819. The picture has tall, elegant trees framing its composition.
Butlin and Joll 1984, pp.106–7 no.140 (pl.145).