Not on display
Finberg’s suggestion that the subject is the West Porch of Chichester Cathedral was later amended in a MS note: ‘This is Lincoln Cathedral with the double arcading of St Hugh’,1 perhaps implying a connection with the untraced watercolour St Hughe’s the Burgundian’s Porch at Lincoln Cathedral, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1795.2 However, the distinctive architectural details do appear to be those of Ely Cathedral’s Galilee Porch.
Blank; ochre and grey paint smears. The traces of colour on this side of the sheet appear to be connected with work on another drawing, of smaller dimensions, laid on top of it.
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