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View of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich
'A Prospective View of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich. Drawn by William Fabian, a Boy in the Royl Hosl School'. Cooke and Maule, the publishers, were two of the Hospital Chaplains. They wrote a history of it (1784; new ed. 1789) and a 'Description' of which the second edition was 1790 and went through many subsequent ones, including in 1808, from which this print probably comes. Compare PAD2239, apparently a re-engraving.
William Fabian (artist)
Original size: 185 mm x 253 mm
- Image reference: PU2207
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London