Identified as ‘Banks of Medway’ by Finberg, the prospect on this page remains largely vague.1 The river runs as a gently serpentine diagonal through the bottom right corner of the sheet. It is first visible just to the left of centre and broadens as it descends towards the gutter. The distant bank is lightly hatched, and foregrounded topography is only slightly more elaborated. A tree or bush is recorded at far left and angular shapes close to the water at bottom right presumably indicate architectural structures.
Finberg 1909, I, p.608.
Residue from the drawings on folio 34 recto (D17419) has left marks across top half of this page.