First design for the upper end of the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital by James Thornhill

First design for the upper end of the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital

James Thornhill

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First design for the upper end of the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital

The title given above for this preliminary design for the west wall is inscribed in a 20th century hand along the bottom. Michael Robinson has also noted on the mount: 'Drawn after the death of George, Prince of Denmark in 1708 and before 1714', with a note of the paper as 'Watermark IV (I Villedary)'. The setting is a deep, rusticated, vertical rectangular opening, with a curtain drawn back upper right by putti, and a cartouche with the letters 'AR' (Anna Regina) with lion and unicorn supporters.
Sir James Thornhill

Original size: 460 mm x 337 mm

  • Image reference: PY9660

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