Part I, No.2. River landscape, seen from canal aqueduct in the foreground, with barge mooring on either side in the foreground, the right barge lettered: "Lancaster", travellers resting on the bank, river below in the middle distance on the right, reapers in cornfield on the left, the city and viaduct in the background, castle on hill on the right; after JMW Turner (Wilton 786); early engraver's proof, before further figures added in cornfield; trimmed and pasted within fake platemark on backing sheet. 1827 Etching and engraving
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