Product images of Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich
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Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich
A view west from a dining table in the eastern ground-floor bay window of the Trafalgar Tavern (built 1837). The artist (and viewer) has his back to the river and an undisturbed table setting of cutlery, three glasses and cruet before him on a white cloth, with part of another setting visible on the other side of the table. Through the framing open window, he looks towards a group of four top-hatted gentlemen sitting outside in the small balcony of the western bay.
Jacques-Joseph (James) Tissot
Original size: 353 mm x 250 mm
- Image reference: PX9434
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London