Visit of William IV to Greenwich, 1835 'King William the 4th & Queen Adelaide went in an open boat to breakfast with Sir Thos Hardy the Governor of Greenwich Hospital' by James Holland

Visit of William IV to Greenwich, 1835 'King William the 4th & Queen Adelaide went in an open boat to breakfast with Sir Thos Hardy...

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Visit of William IV to Greenwich, 1835 'King William the 4th & Queen Adelaide went in an open boat to breakfast with Sir Thos Hardy the Governor of Greenwich Hospital' by James Holland zoom

Visit of William IV to Greenwich, 1835 'King William the 4th & Queen Adelaide went in an open boat to breakfast with Sir Thos Hardy the Governor of Greenwich Hospital'

This is a liquid oil sketch by Holland (not watercolour as previously recorded) though mounted as a drawing rather than as a canvas. William and Queen Adelaide made several visits to Greenwich during his reign, both to see Governor Keats (a particular friend) and Hardy, his successor. William was a popular king after his deeply unpopular brother George III, especially with seamen, since he had been a professional Naval officer (albeit not a very successful one, and later very tiresome as far as senior ranks and naval politicians were concerned).
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Original size: 350 mm x 501 mm

  • Image reference: PY3254

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