The walking figure in the centre of the recto study is related to the male bather in Rewald, no. 386 (executed in 1877-1878) and, with the addition of longer hair, to female bathers in other paintings executed around the same time (R., nos. 359-366). The figure at right is related to the bather in the upper centre of the compositions in R., nos. 362-366. On the verso, the artist has drawn an oval table covered with a cloth, and below it an ornamental flowerpot that also appears in a watercolour that Rewald dated circa 1885 (Rewald, Watercolours, no. 229).