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The Elevation of the Queens House to the Park at Greenwich Invented by Inigo Jones 1639
Plate 15 of Campbell's 'Vitruvius Britannicus' (vol. 1, 1715) showing the south elevation of the Queen's House (built 1616-circa 1638) towards the Park. The continuation of the title inscription dedicates the plate to 'the Honble George Clarke Esqr. One of the Lords of the Admiralty' and is followed by a translation in French. A scale of 60 feet is included above the title with a note of the full width of the House as 115 feet.
Original size: 270 mm x 401 mm
- Image reference: PY3292
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London