Product images of Part of Greenwich Hospital from the Ravensbourne
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Part of Greenwich Hospital from the Ravensbourne
A view from between Greenwich and Deptford, over the Ravensbourne (Deptford Creek). It appears to show the original Wren west wing of the King Charles Court, which was rebuilt to John Yenn's design in 1812-15 although this print must be somewhat later. Although it is from inland, the orientation is such as to show the King William dome to the right of that on the Queen Mary Court, i.e. practically due east from close to the Thames. It also shows the market-garden nature of the Deptford area before it was built over, with workers picking vegetables in the field and cows beyond.
James Duffield Harding
Original size: 320 mm x 389 mm
- Image reference: PY3274
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London