There is staining to the sky from the window of an acidic National Gallery mount. About 20 mm has been irregularly trimmed from the top edge of the drawing, and made good to reattach it at the gutter; the lower left and upper right corners were also torn away and have been made up. In 1909 Finberg recorded ‘Two leaves torn out’ after folio 33 (D01388), and suggested one of them was the present page.1
Ibid., p.90; see also p.92.
Blank; slight greenish-brown paint smears; inscribed in pencil in a later hand ‘65’; stamped in brown ink with Turner Bequest monogram.