There are further drawings of Donaustauf, the adjacent pilgrimage church of St Salvator and the Walhalla, in various combinations and from numerous viewpoints, on folios 34 recto–38 recto, the rectos of folios 41–43, folios 43 verso, 44 recto and 67 verso, the rectos of folios 68–70 and folio 70 verso, as well as inside the front and back covers, and probably the outside of the back cover too (D31342–D31350
). In the early part of this sequence, all but this page, D31344
include the Walhalla itself. Those from D31409
onwards comprise or include slight studies of architectural details rather than views of its landscape setting, except D31412
, which includes both aspects. There are also pencil and chalk studies on separate sheets of grey paper (Tate D34084–D34085
; Turner Bequest CCCXLI 363, 364, 371), the first of which shows the interior, apparently with some sculptures already in place.3
(Turner Bequest CCXCIX 10) in the Trieste, Graz and Danube
sketchbook, includes a thumbnail sketch of Donaustauf among quick reference copies from existing prints, likely made in Vienna, earlier on this tour.