Product images of Greenwich from Observatory Hill
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Greenwich from Observatory Hill
A fine summer-evening view from Greenwich Hill, with Turnerian quality in the light through the trees in the lower Park from the setting sun to the north-west. Visitors gather beneath the stone pines which formerly stood on the brow. A Greenwich Pensioner sits by a tree to the far left, where the Observatory can just be seen, and another stands beyond with a telescope on a tripod to show visitors the view of Greenwich and distant London for a small charge.
George Bryant Campion
Original size: 157 mm x 232 mm
- Image reference: PY3256
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London