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A painting showing the Thames shoreline at Greenwich, looking up-river from the east towards London from a point occupied after 1906 by the buildings of Greenwich Power Station. Also visible is the clock tower of the Trinity Hospital almshouse founded by Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton, in 1613. Further along are the Queen Anne and King Charles Courts of the Royal Naval College, which in 1873 took over the disused buildings of the Greenwich Royal Hospital for Seamen.
oil on canvas
H 40.5 x W 61 cm