Product images of The Painted Hall Greenwich, from the Upper Hall, showing Nelson's funeral car
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The Painted Hall Greenwich, from the Upper Hall, showing Nelson's funeral car
A brown and grey wash drawing from the west end of the Upper Hall looking down the centre toward the east end. A figure, probably a Greenwich Pensioner, stands in the centre by the railing that separates the Upper from the Lower Hall. The area in the foreground was where Nelson lay in state in January 1806 before his funeral and against the right (south) wall stands his elaborate funeral car, with a white ensign hanging from the staff on its rear side above a transom emulating the stern of Nelson's flagship 'Victory'.
Original size: 199 mm x 270 mm
- Image reference: PU3934
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London