A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.II, p.1026, CCCXVIII 3, as ‘Moonlight; Venice. 1st Loan Collection, No.103’.
Catalogue of Original Drawings in Watercolour, Etc., by J.M.W. Turner, R.A., T. Girtin and E. Dayes. Lent by the Trustees of the National Gallery, exhibition catalogue, Laing Art Gallery and Museum, Newcastle 1922, p.8 no.14, as ‘Moonlight, Venice’.
A.J. Finberg, In Venice with Turner, London 1930, p.175, as ‘Moonlight scene’, probably 1835.
Lindsay Stainton, Turner’s Venice, London 1985, p.45 no.10, as ‘Moonlight’, ?1833, pl.10 (colour).
Ian Warrell, ‘R.N. Wornum and the First Three Loan Collections: A History of the Early Display of the Turner Bequest outside London’, Turner Studies, vol.11, no.1, Summer 1991, p.41 under no.103.
Anne Lyles, Turner: The Fifth Decade: Watercolours 1830–1840, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1992, reproduced in colour p.35, 70 no.47, as ‘Venice: Moonlight’, c.1833–5, reproduced.
Andrew Wilton, Venise: Aquarelles de Turner, Paris 1995, reproduced in colour pp.2 (detail), 93, as ‘Gondole et clair de Lune’.
Peter Bower, Turner’s Later Papers: A Study of the Manufacture, Selection and Use of his Drawing Papers 1820–1851, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1999, pp.111–12 no.65, as ‘Venice: Moonlight, c.1833–5, pl.65A (colour detail), ‘Micrograph showing the difference in colour between the true grey of the sheet and the effect of light on the surface ... at x 15 magnification’.
Ian Warrell in Warrell, David Laven, Jan Morris and others, Turner and Venice, exhibition catalogue, Tate Britain, London 2003, pp.259, 264 note 8.