Product images of London and the River Thames from One Tree Hill, Greenwich Park
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London and the River Thames from One Tree Hill, Greenwich Park
View of London and the River Thames from One Tree Hill depicting how Greenwich looked in the late 17th Century, during the reign of William and Mary. This was a popular vantage point for artists in the 17th and 18th centuries. The picture shows the faÃ”Ã²Ã¡â”œâ–’ade of Flamsteed House, at the bottom of the hill are the Queen's House and the remains of Henry VIII's Palace of Placentia, only one block of the new Greenwich palace has been built and on the river are some of the royal yachts that were stationed at Greenwich to take important people to the Continent. The artist has placed a large number of people in the painting together with deer visible in the deer park in the foreground. In the background is a building which may be the artist's impression of what the new St Paul's dome would look like. Thames 1500-1700.
Jan Griffier, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC1833
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London