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Beach view in storm, with a ruined castle on top of a cliff, a ruined castle beside it to right, overlooking a stormy sea with men around a small boat on the beach in the foreground, others at the bottom of the cliff to right, watching a mast sink below the waves around hidden rocks to right; after JMW Turner (Wilton 900); unpublished plate, later engraver's proof, after clouds added, with new artists' names, before drypoint. c.1830-1
Etching and engraving, printed on chine collé
- 1830-1831 (circa)
- Height: 226 millimetres
- Width: 318 millimetres
Inscription ContentScratched below image with production detail: "Drawn by J. M. W. Turner, R. A.", "Engraved by J. C. Allen.", inscribed in pencil in lower margin: "Dymchurch".
See 1891,0617.56 for the series.
According to Rawlinson, Dymchurch was a name once this plate was wrongly called.
British Masters Portfolio
- Topographic representation of: Lowestoft
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Suffolk,Lowestoft)
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Object reference number: PPA366243
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