At the top is a hurried view of Eu, looking north-west past the east end of the Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame and Saint-Laurent along Place Isabelle d’Orléans to the roofline of the Château d’Eu. The church is continued a little way onto folio 103 recto opposite (D35673). For other views, see under folio 21 verso (D35525).
Inverted at the bottom is an unrelated drawing of cliffs, presumably on a Channel coast. See the sketchbook’s Introduction for the many slight coastal views scattered through it. Finberg’s title, ‘Cliffs – “Richboro’.”’,1 stems from his coupling this page with D35673 opposite, where Turner’s inscription appears, although the present view seems unrelated.
Finberg 1909, II, p.1174.
There is some brown staining at the gutter, possibly indicating water damage in the 1928 Tate flood.