A view east from the south face of the King Charles Court towards the Painted Hall colonnade and steps, and the dome of the Queen Mary Court, with Pensioners. The corner of the Queen Anne Court is on the left. The north face of the buildings is in shadow but the sun highlights the brick and stone facade of what is now the Trafalgar Quarters on Park Row, built as the Hospital's financial offices in 1813-15.
probably David Cox, Junior
Original size: 272 mm x 371 mm
- Image reference: PW7612
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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