Landscape of the Thames at Windsor in the centre left background is Windsor Castle, framed by trees; its reflections can be seen in the river, which flows towards it, having emerged from the left of the picture; on the bank in the centre are five cows, and to the right there is a man seated upon a fallen tree trunk. The painting is signed in the bottom-right on the trunk of the tree: 'TCH 1816'
Distant view of the Abbey from Tothill Street; in the background right centre can be seen Hawksmoor's West Towers of the Abbey, in front of them lies the end of Tothill Street; on the north side of the street we see a 17th century shop and an 18th century shop with three bays and a four storey building of 18th century shops of eight bays; on the south side we can see a butcher's shop and a three bayed 18th century building with dormer windows; there are numerous frequenting chambermaids looking out of the top windows; shoppers and travellers stand in the street while a cart makes deliveries to the butcher.
Landscape of shore with boats. Four blue painted small motorised fishing boats drawn up onto the shore. In the foreground can be seen their chains. The background shows a gas works to the far right against a dark cloudy sky. Inscribed lower left: 'Spaull 55'
Little Dean's Yard, facing East; on the right can be seen the Burlington Dormitory; just to the left is the archway up School; two scholars stand in the middle of the Yard, while another reclines near the arch; a man with a wheelbarrow stands near the entrance to Turle's House.
School from the North end, looking South; the roof is missing and the Rose Window of the Abbey is clearly visible in the background. The walls of School are brightly coloured, and in the foreground are patterns of light from the windows in the North end.
The Burlington Dormitory from the North; beds line the walls; monitors sit around the fire in the right foreground, stoked by a younger boy; in the distance other scholars are talking and playing games
The chairs are set out as for prayers; the shell is absent; the bust of Busby now on the Grand Staircase is at the far end; there is a desk and blackboard in the left foreground; two boys are on the right in the middle-ground.