Charles Holme, Robert de la Sizeranne, Walter Shaw Sparrow and others, The Genius of J.M.W. Turner, R.A., London, Paris and New York 1903, reproduced p.35, pl.58, as ‘General View of Rome’.
E.T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn (eds.), Library Edition: The Works of John Ruskin: Volume XIII: Turner: The Harbours of England; Catalogues and Notes, London 1904, no.264, pp.378, 622, as ‘The Tiber and the Capitol’ and ‘Rome: General View’.
A.J. Finberg, A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest, London 1909, vol.I, p.562, as ‘General view of Rome. 264, N.G.’.
D[ugald] S[utherland] MacColl, National Gallery, Millbank: Catalogue: Turner Collection, London 1920, p.87.
Thomas Ashby, Turner’s Visions of Rome, London and New York 1925, p.25, reproduced opposite p.16 pl.10, as ‘General View of Rome’.
Luke Herrmann, Turner: Watercolours Lent by the British Museum, exhibition catalogue, Musée Provisoire d’Art Moderne, Brussels 1970, no.17, pp.7, 17, as ‘Panorama de Rome’.
Martin Butlin, Andrew Wilton and John Gage, Turner 1775–1851, exhibition catalogue, Royal Academy, London 1974, no.219, p.88, as ‘Rome: View from the Janiculum with the Palazzo Corsini in the left foreground’ [incorrectly as CLXXIX 12].
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Powell, ‘Turner on Classic Ground: His Visits to Central and Southern Italy and Related Paintings and Drawings’, unpublished Ph.D thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London 1984, pp.122, 223, reproduced pl.65, as ‘Rome from the Janiculum’.
Cecilia Powell, Turner in the South: Rome, Naples, Florence, New Haven and London 1987, pp.49, 106 note 9, reproduced p.48 pl.56, as ‘Rome from the Janiculum’.
Diane Perkins, The Third Decade: Turner Watercolours 1810–1820, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1990, no.40 reproduced, as ‘View of Rome from the Janiculum’.