A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.I, p.535, CLXXXI 5, as ‘Do.’, i.e. ditto, ‘Venice’.
A.J. Finberg, In Venice with Turner, London 1930, pp.22–3, 167, as ‘The Giudecca from the Lagoon: evening effect’.
Kenneth Clark, Michel Florisoone, Geoffrey Grigson and others, The Romantic Movement: Fifth Exhibition to Celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of the Council of Europe, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery and Arts Council Gallery, London 1959, p.264 under no.443.
John Rothenstein and Martin Butlin, Turner, London 1964, p.35, pl.VIII (colour), as ‘Venice, from the Giudecca Looking East: Sunrise’.
John Rothenstein and Martin Butlin, Turner, London 1964, trans. Helga S. Jerratsch, J.M. William Turner, Der englische Romatiker des Lichts, Munich 1965, pl.VIII (colour), as ‘Venedig, von der Giudecca gesehen: Sonnenaufgang’.
Lawrence Gowing, Turner: Imagination and Reality, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Modern Art, New York 1966, pp.16, reproduced, 61 no.41, as ‘Venice, Looking East from the Giudecca at Sunrise’.
Martin Butlin, Aquarelle aus dem Turner-Nachlass: Les aquarelles du Legs Turner: Watercolours from the Turner Bequest 1819–1845, London 1968, pp., , pl.1 (colour), as ‘Venice, looking East from the Giudecca at Sunrise’.
William Gaunt, Turner, Oxford 1971, pl.18 (colour), as ‘Venice, looking east from the Giudecca: Sunrise’.
Martin Butlin, Andrew Wilton and John Gage, Turner 1775–1851, exhibition catalogue, Royal Academy, London 1974, p.87 no.213, as ‘Venice: looking East from the Giudecca; Sunrise’.
Luke Herrmann, Turner: Paintings, Watercolours, Prints & Drawings, London 1975, p.231, pl.87 (colour), ‘Venice: looking east from the Giudecca: Sunrise’.
Andrew Wilton, Turner Watercolors: An Exhibition of Works Loaned by The Trustees of the British Museum, exhibition catalogue, Cleveland Museum of Art 1977, p.30 no.11, as ‘Venice: Looking East from the Giudecca; Sunrise’, reproduced in colour.
Andrew Wilton, J.M.W. Turner: His Life and Work, Fribourg 1979, p.142.
William Gaunt and Robin Hamlyn, Turner, revised ed., Oxford 1981, p., pl.14 (colour), as ‘Venice, Looking East from the Giudecca: Sunrise’.
Andrew Wilton, Turner Abroad: France; Italy; Germany; Switzerland, London 1982, p.40 no.27, ‘as Venice: Looking east from the Giudecca – sunrise’, pl.27 (colour).
Andrew Wilton in John Gage, Jerrold Ziff, Nicholas Alfrey and others, J.M.W. Turner, à l’occasion du cinquantième anniversaire du British Council, exhibition catalogue, Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Paris 1983, p.218 no.143, as ‘Venise vue de la Giudecca, en regardant vers l’est: soleil levant’, reproduced.
Cecilia Powell, ‘Turner on Classic Ground: His Visits to Central and Southern Italy and Related Paintings and Drawings’, unpublished Ph.D thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London 1984, pp.43, 448 note 76.
Lindsay Stainton, Turner’s Venice, London 1985, pp.14, 16, 42–3 no.4, as ‘Looking east from the Giudecca: early morning (?)’, pl.4 (colour).
John Gage, J.M.W. Turner: ‘A Wonderful Range of Mind’, New Haven and London 1987, p.49, pl.71 (colour), with caption p., as ‘Venice: the Fondamenta Nuova from near the Arsenal(?)’.
Cecilia Powell, Turner in the South: Rome, Naples, Florence, New Haven and London 1987, pp.16, 201 note 44.
Andrew Wilton, Turner in his Time, London 1987, reproduced in colour pl.127, as ‘Looking east from the Giudecca, sunrise’.
Dinah Birch, Ruskin on Turner, London 1990, reproduced in colour pp.[2–3] (detail) and pp.124–5, as ‘Looking East from Giudecca’.
Diane Perkins, The Third Decade: Turner Watercolours 1810–1820, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1990, reproduced in colour p.19, p.36 no.33, as ‘Venice: Looking East from the Guidecca [sic]’, reproduced.
Timothy Wilcox in Wilcox, John Christian and J.G. Links, Visions of Venice: Watercolours and Drawings from Turner to Procktor, exhibition catalogue, Bankside Gallery, London 1990, p.33 no.2, as ‘Looking East from the Giudecca: early morning’, reproduced.
David Blayney Brown, Turner and Byron, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1992, reproduced in colour p.70, p.125 no.96, as ‘Venice: Looking East from the Giudecca – Early Morning’, reproduced.
Michael Bockemühl, J.M.W. Turner 1775–1851: The World of Light and Colour, trans. Michael Claridge, Cologne 1993, reproduced in colour p.34. as ‘Looking east from the Giudecca: Sunrise’, pp.33–4, 61.
Susan Phelps Gordon, Anthony Lacy Gully, Robert Hewison and others, John Ruskin and the Victorian Eye, exhibition catalogue, Phoenix Art Museum 1993, fig.30, as ‘Venice: Looking East from the Giudecca, Sunrise’.
William Gaunt and Robin Hamlyn, Turner, London 1994, p.58, pl.14 (colour), as ‘Venice, Looking East from the Giudecca: Sunrise’.
Andrew Wilton, Venise: Aquarelles de Turner, Paris 1995, reproduced in colour p.11, as ‘Lever du soleil sur Venise, vu de la Giudecca’.
Anthony Bailey, Standing in the Sun: A Life of J.M.W. Turner, London 1997, reproduced in colour between pp.230–1, as ‘Venice: Looking east from the Giudecca, sunrise’.
David Blayney Brown, Klaus Albrecht Schröder, Evelyn Benesch and others, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibition catalogue, Bank Austria Kunstforum, Vienna 1997, p.198 no.46, as ‘Venice: Looking East to the Giudecca’, reproduced in colour.
David B[layney] Brown, Yasuhide Shimbata and Hideko Numata, J.M.W. Turner 1775–1851: A Tate Gallery Collection Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Yokohama Museum of Art 1997, p.88 no.38, as ‘Venice: looking East to the Giudecca’, reproduced in colour.
Eric Shanes, Turner’s Watercolour Explorations 1810–1842, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1997, p.36 under nos.4 and 5, as a ‘vista looking east from the Giudecca at dawn’.
Ian Warrell, David Laven, Jan Morris and others, Turner and Venice, exhibition catalogue, Tate Britain, London 2003, pp.12, 16, 88, p.271 no.86, as ‘Venice: Looking East towards San Pietro di Castello – Early Morning’, fig.77 (colour).
Christopher Wynne, J.M.W. Turner (Lifelines), Munich, London and New York 2004, reproduced in colour pp.36 and 63 (detail), as ‘Venice: Looking East to the Giudecca’.
Ian Warrell, Cecilia Powell and David Laven, Turner i Venècia, exhibition catalogue, Fundació la Caixa, Barcelona 2005, p.86 no.19, as ‘Venècia: vista cap a l’est vers San Pietro di Castello’, reproduced in colour.
Ian Warrell, ‘The Approach of Night: Turner and La Serenissima’ in Martin Schwander, Bozena Anna Kowalczyk, Warrell and others, Venice: From Canaletto and Turner to Monet, exhibition catalogue, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen 2008, pp.57, 67 note 1, reproduced in colour p.77, as ‘Venice: Looking East towards San Pietro di Castello – Early Morning’.