Greenwich Pensioners by John Augustus Atkinson

Greenwich Pensioners

John Augustus Atkinson

Fine art poster

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Greenwich Pensioners

One of a series of prints of seamen and shipping by Atkinson. One man is sitting on a bench to the left by the corner of a masonry wall, with a crutch leaning on the seat beside him. The other, with a left peg-leg and stick, stands talking to him. Railings stretch from the wall corner behind towards a building in the right distance, with two other Pensioners conversing in back view, one also with a peg-leg. Beyond the railings the masts of shipping are visible, suggesting this is intended to be the Greenwich riverfront immediately adjacent to the Hospital.
John Augustus Atkinson

Original size: 490 mm x 345 mm

  • Image reference: PY3301

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