Product images of Greenwich from the Isle of Dogs
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Greenwich from the Isle of Dogs
A scene of the Thames at Greenwich viewed from a landing point on the Isle of Dogs. The painting is important because it shows the way the river was used at Greenwich in the late 18th century, particularly the demonstration of the importance of the tide. The four vessels on the left drift up the river with sufficient sail on to manoeuvre when they meet the vessel on the right.
- Image reference: BHC3867
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London