Not on display
The page contains a rough sketch, of a castle in a hilly landscape with the sea, indicated by flatter, more horizontal lines, in the distance. Finberg identified the location as ‘Lillebonne Castle’;1 however, Tancarville has also been suggested.2 The shapes of the castle buildings, and the castle’s setting on a high hill by the sea, appear to correspond more to the features of Tancarville rather than Lillebonne. (For further information on Tancarville castle, see under folio 46 recto; D23788.)
Some brownish discolouration owing to damage likely caused by the 1928 Tate Gallery flood (see the technical notes to the sketchbook’s Introduction) is visible on the left part of the page.