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Greenwich Hospital from the Thames


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User collections Greenwich by lucinda
Gallery locationNot on display

Object details:

Object ID PAI7946
Description Hand-coloured.; Plate No.LXXVII. A view of Greenwich Hospital from the River Thames. Greenwich Hospital, originally built as a palace by Charles II., was founded in 1694 by King William and Queen Mary, to care for disabled English seamen and their children, and for the widows and children of seamen who died at sea.
Date made about 1830

Artist/Maker Whittock, Nathaniel
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials lithograph, coloured
Measurements Sheet: 183 x 240 mm; Mount: 260 mm x 319 mm
  • Greenwich Hospital from the Thames (PAI7946)
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