Product images of Greenwich Hospital, 1828 for George Cooke's 'Views in London and its Vicinity'
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Greenwich Hospital, 1828 for George Cooke's 'Views in London and its Vicinity'
One of ten views done by Stanfield from 1827 for Cooke's 'Views in London and its Vicinity', which was issued serially in twelve parts of four copper-engraved plates and published as a volume in 1834. This was engraved as plate 48, the last in the series. Much of the basic sketching was done by Cooke's son, Edward William, later Stanfield's principal follower as a marine artist, from which he and other contributing artists worked up scenes like this atmospheric view of Greenwich Hospital from the Isle of Dogs, with Dutch boats on the left and a rainbow.
Original size: 180 mm x 235 mm
- Image reference: PU2232
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London