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View of the Naval Gallery in the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital, in 1865
This fine perspective drawing appears to have been the basis of a wood-engraving in the 'Illustrated London News' for 22 April 1865, in an article advocating a visit to Greenwich entitled 'Illustrations of Greenwich Hospital' (pp. 375-77). The print has more and different figure groups and is signed 'L.H. Michael del' although nothing else is known of him. The Sandby signature on the drawing is false.
L. H. Michael (but bearing a false Paul Sandby signature)
Original size: 342 mm x 505 mm
- Image reference: PY4034
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London