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View of the Queen's House, Greenwich, from Greenwich Park
Mounted with PAF2844-PAF2867 and PAF2869-PAF2927; page number 25. The Queen's House from the south-east with the Greenwich Hospital domes visible above a single-storey service building where its east colonnade now stands. A slightly smaller service building is to the left of the House, the higher facade beyond probably being the rather more distant south front of Stuart's Greenwich Hospital Infirmary of 1764-1768 (later the Dreadnought Hospital) with the masts of ships seen above, off the Greenwich waterfront.
Original size: 169 mm x 224 mm
- Image reference: PW2868
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London