Product images of Spooner's Protean views No 30. Greenwich Hospital, Changing to The Battle of Trafalgar
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Spooner's Protean views No 30. Greenwich Hospital, Changing to The Battle of Trafalgar
'Protean views' are a table-top version of the 'diorama', which Louis Daguerre brought to London from Paris as a public entertainment in 1821 but only later (before 1839) developed into a full double-effect transformation from one view to another, rather than just a change of effects on the same scene.
Original size: 227 mm x 285 mm
- Image reference: PU2235
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London