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The View from One-Tree Hill in Greenwich Park
A panorama of Greenwich and distant London engraved in 1744 from a painting by Tillemans, then in the collection of the Earl of Radnor. Only the King William dome of Greenwich Hospital is shown, with the King Charles and Queen Anne Courts, but there is no sign of the Queen Mary Court. This suggests that Tillemans' view predates the start of its construction in 1735.
Original size: 451 mm x 682 mm
- Image reference: PZ7093
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London