Not on display
The page contains a sketch, drawn horizontally, of high rocky riverbanks over water. Finberg noted it as ‘Banks of river’,1 and the location has been identified as a general view of the Seine between Le Havre and Rouen.2 Folio 57 verso opposite (D23811) shows Villequier and the verso (D23813) La Mailleraye-sur-Seine, which could indicate the sketch is of a location between these two towns, made as Turner travelled eastwards along the river.
The high ground with vegetation coming down to the water at left and town on the water at right would correspond to La Mailleraye-sur-Seine itself but the buildings at right and structures at left are too indistinct for confirmation. The lines at the top of the sketch appear to be a continuation of the right side of the panorama below.