At the core of this website are the approximately 1,550 illustrated entries that catalogue the pencil drawings and watercolours produced by Thomas Girtin (1775–1802) during his short but highly productive career, together with the prints that were executed after his work. These include the substantial body of work Girtin produced in collaboration with his almost exact contemporary Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) at the home of their patron Dr Thomas Monro (1759–1833).

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  • Essay: Monro School Copies:
    Drawings Made with Joseph Mallord William Turner from the Sketches of John Robert Cozens’ First Trip to the Continent, 1776–79