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Greenwich Hospital, 1876
Titled, signed and dated by the artist, 'Greenwich Hospital/ TB Hardy 1876'. The very low viewpoint suggests this is from a boat in the river roughly north of Greenwich Pier looking south and east. Thames barges and the Royal Naval College training ship are positioned to the left of the Queen Anne Court, with two men working on a raft of floating timber in midstream and a buoy in the left foreground. There is a rowing boat towards the centre where the Hospital watergate is shown but without the waterstairs or railings along the riverfront. On centre right is a ketch-rigged Thames hay barge in port-bow view, with another and a brig both astern of her, heading downstream. Conditions are calm.
Thomas Bush Hardy
Original size: 351 mm x 500 mm
- Image reference: PX9861
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London