Product images of The Royal Hospital at Greenwich
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The Royal Hospital at Greenwich
This is an early architectural perspective looking south from the Thames, apparently from Sutton Nicholls's 'Prospects of the Most Considerable Buildings about London' of 1725. It is based on Wren's early designs, showing the completed Hospital - at the time only partly built - set almost as a model in an imaginary urban and parkland Greenwich landscape, itself drawn in a different perspective plane.
Original size: 343 mm x 460 mm
- Image reference: PY3283
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London