National Gallery, London, various dates to at least 1904 (175).
Display of Watercolours from the Turner Bequest, Tate Gallery, London, January 1953–April 1959 (no catalogue).
The Romantic Movement: Fifth Exhibition to Celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of the Council of Europe, Tate Gallery and Arts Council Gallery, London, July–September 1959 (354).
Turner 1775–1851, Royal Academy, London, November 1974–March 1975 (645).
Turner at the Bankside Gallery: Drawings & Water-colours of British River Scenes from the British Museum, Bankside Gallery, London, November–December 1980 (56).
J.M.W. Turner: Akvareller Målningar Grafik, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, February–May 1984 (82).
Sketching the Sky: Watercolours from the Turner Bequest, Tate Gallery, London, September 1995–February 1996 (no catalogue numbers, p.2).
Turner in the North of England, 1797, Tate Gallery, London, October 1996–February 1997, Harewood House, Leeds, March–June 1997 (77).
Turner’s Later Papers: A Study of the Manufacture, Selection and Use of his Drawing Papers 1820–1851, Tate Gallery, London, March–June 1999 (13, reproduced (with colour ‘micrograph’ detail, 13A (p.71)).
Turner: The Great Watercolours, Royal Academy of Arts, London, December 2000–February 2001 (55, reproduced in colour).
Turner’s Norham Castle, Sunrise: From Incomprehension to Icon, Tate Gallery, London, November 2006–February 2007 (no catalogue).
J.M.W. Turner, National Gallery of Art, Washington, October 2007–January 2008, Dallas Museum of Art, February–May 2008, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, June–September 2008 (67, reproduced in colour).