Not on display
Foyers Upper Fall is recognisable here by the pool and the weir above the waterfall. The view, as David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan suggest, must be from the bridge above the falls, which Turner depicts in several of his sketches of Foyers (see folio 40; D27033).1 The sketch is quite detailed and Turner used a variety of pencil lines, flourishes and shading to represent the falling and foaming water as it bubbled over the weir and raced down the waterfall.
David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan, ‘Turner’s 1831 Sketchbook T.B. CCLXXVI Fort Augustus’, [circa 1992–3], Tate catalogue files, [unpaginated].