Not on display
York Minster is one of the most impressive of English Gothic cathedrals, its period of building encompassing all the stylistic developments from the mid-thirteenth to the late fifteenth centuries. This is one of five studies that Turner made from carefully selected viewpoints of the interior of the Minster; the other four are all in the contemporary Tweed and Lakes sketchbook (Tate D01075–D01078; Turner Bequest XXXV 73–76).
Blank; stamped in brown ink with Turner Bequest monogram.
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