Not on display
The page contains two sketches, both drawn horizontally, of views of a quayside. Finberg noted this page as ‘Rouen’,1 and this location has been confirmed.2 Turner picks out the quayside buildings in some detail and includes a multi-arched bridge spanning the river on the right of the lower sketch (for information on Rouen’s bridges see under folio 72 verso; D23841). The bottom of this lower sketch could constitute a separate rougher sketch of the riverbank, but is more likely to be part of the same sketch and an indication of the shapes and vegetation of the opposite riverbank.
There is a brownish stain at centre left of the page.