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View of the Royal Hospital, Greenwich
Mounted with PAF2844-PAF2866 and PAF2868-PAF2927; page number 24. A strange, stilted view of the Hospital showing the west front of Wren's original west range of the King Charles Court on the left (replaced by John Yenn's, 1812-15) and the Wren/Hawksmoor west facade of the King William Court on the right. The west end of the Painted Hall is the facade beneath the diminutive dome. In the centre are what are presumably the early east gates onto Park Row, with the porter's lodge to the right (the present gates and lodges being 19th-century).
Original size: 170 mm x 225 mm
- Image reference: PW2867
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London