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The Asylum of Greenwich Hospital. (From the Park)
Plate 160 from a series. This shows the Queen's House, as augmented by flanking wings and colonnades to the designs of Daniel Asher Alexander, c. 1807-11, for the Royal Naval Asylum (which was not in fact, as the title implies, combined with the Greenwich Hospital School until the 1820s). It does, however, show the wings (or at least the east wing) completely extended to the north, as today, rather than in its original form of a balanced 'hammer-head' on the 'handle' of the colonnades; as shown, for example, by Turner in 1809 in his 'London from Greenwich' (see PAH3270) and the related 'Liber Studiorum' print.
James Whittle & Richard Holmes Laurie
Original size: 294 mm x 445 mm; Sheet: 320 x 453 mm
- Image reference: PW7626
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London