Product images of Greenwich from the N. E. / 19 October 1848. The weather very cold ...
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Greenwich from the N. E. / 19 October 1848. The weather very cold ...
Titled as shown, lower right, with the artist's signature inscribed 'J. W. Carmichael', this is a panoramic colour-annotated drawing from the eastern point of the Isle of Dogs. Details left to right are the Trafalgar Tavern noted as a 'yellowish white inn', and Greenwich Hospital noted as 'The Building grey white with grey Blue roofs. When a Brig is near the Building the masts rise very little above'.
John Wilson Carmichael
Original size: 208 mm x 694 mm
- Image reference: PY8413
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London