This leaf is listed twice by Finberg, both as ‘page 92’ of the Windsor, Eton sketchbook (Tate; Turner Bequest XCVII) and as one of a batch of ‘loose leaves appear[ing] to belong to this [the present] book’. Finberg is unlikely to have seen it owing to its absence in the Fourth Loan Collection and presumably referred to the handlists or catalogues for the tour. He also seems to have been confused as to whether the recto or the verso (D07131; Turner Bequest CV 92a) was the side exhibited, but the titles confirm that it was the recto. The leaf was afterwards bound in as folio 60. The paper is discoloured from exposure.
There are three separate subjects, two with eel-pots.
- River Thames(733)