- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802)
- The Estuary of the River Taw
- (?) 1797
- Medium and Support
- Graphite and watercolour on laid paper
- 28.3 × 44.4 cm, 11 ⅛ × 17 ½ in
- Object Type
- On-the-spot Colour Sketch
London, 1862, no.888 as ’View in Yorkshire, unfinished’; Cambridge, 1920, no.38 as ’Porlock (?)’; Agnew’s, 1953a, no.37 as ’An Unidentified Estuary, Probably near Sandsend’; Sheffield, 1953, no.55; Leeds, 1958, no.52; London, 1962a, no.150 as ’Unidentified Estuary’; Manchester, 1975, no.80 as ’Unidentified Estuary: possibly near Sandsend on the Yorkshire coast’; New Haven, 1977, no.116; New Haven, 1982, II.5. as ’An Unidentified Estuary ... c.1797’; New Haven, 1986a, no.87 as ’Estuary of the River Taw, Devon c.1801’; London, 2002, no.109; Richmond, Virginia, 2007, no.40
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