Product images of A view of Greenwich and the Queen's House from the South East, circa 1670
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A view of Greenwich and the Queen's House from the South East, circa 1670
This view of Greenwich from the south-east was painted in about 1675. The old Woolwich Road is shown passing through the Queen's House, the large building furthest to the left in the middle foreground. In the middle distance to the right, next to the river, is the new 'King's House', the east range of what is now the King Charles Court of the old Royal Naval College, formerly Greenwich Hospital.
- Image reference: BHC1818
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection