Royal Naval Asylum from Greenwich Park. Shows scaffolding coming down from completion of Alexander's new East Wing(?) by John Theophilus Lee

Royal Naval Asylum from Greenwich Park. Shows scaffolding coming down from completion of Alexander's new East Wing(?)

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Royal Naval Asylum from Greenwich Park. Shows scaffolding coming down from completion of Alexander's new East Wing(?)

Vignette. An aquatint from the 'Naval Chronicle', August 1811, subsequently hand-coloured. It shows the scaffolding in place for the northward extension of Alexander's east wing, which with the west wing, was originally completed as a balanced 'hammerhead' pair on the end of the colonnades in about 1809 but almost immediately enlarged to the north as they remain at present. A Laurie and Whittle print of 1814 (PAF7626) also in the collection shows them as complete.
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Original size: 152 mm x 245 mm

  • Image reference: PU2216

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