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The return of George IV to Greenwich from Scotland, 10 August 1822
George IV was the first sovereign to visit Scotland since Charles I, and here the King is portrayed on his return being rowed to the watergates at Greenwich. He has disembarked from the 'Royal George' yacht, which the artist has portrayed at anchor. A ceremonial barge can be seen in the foreground, with the bargemen dressed in suits of scarlet. Crowds are arranged lining the front of the hospital to witness the King's return.
- Image reference: BHC0620
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London