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Jack and his father under the Colonnade
Tom Saunders, nicknamed 'Poor Jack', with his father, a Greenwich Pensioner, after losing his leg at the Battle of the Nile, 1798, in the north colonnade of the King William Court of Greenwich Hospital. The Painted Hall is to the right, with the dome and vestibule of the Queen Mary Court, and the south pavilions of the Queen Anne Court visible beyond. Original illustration to Marryat's 'Poor Jack' (1840)
Original size: 317 mm x 197 mm
- Image reference: PW6067
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London