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The Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital: design for the west wall
An unexecuted design post-dating PAH9660 for the 'great west front' in the Upper Hall, but containing a number of elements which appear in variant form in the final version. These include the flanking piers of quadri-style Corinthian columns (eventually executed as a symmetrical pair based on the pattern on the left here, including its flying figure group drawing back the curtain to the left); the seated figure of George I and the standing figures of his son George II as Prince of Wales (in armour, but here turned with back to viewer) and of Prince Frederick standing by the King.
Sir James Thornhill
Original size: 260 mm x 347 mm
- Image reference: PY3348
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London