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Monument to Sir Richard Goodwin Keats in Greenwich Hospital
Admiral Sir Richard Keats (d. 1834) preceded Sir Thomas Hardy as Governor of Greenwich Hospital, 1821-34. This is an engraving of the monument, with his bust by Chantrey, set up to his memory by his old naval friend King William IV.
Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey
Original size: 160 mm x 103 mm
- Image reference: PZ8792
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London