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The interior of Trinity House, by Rowlandson and Pugin.

The interior of Trinity House, by Rowlandson and Pugin.
The Trinity House Brethren.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU1363
Description: The inside of Trinity House at Trinity Square on Tower Hill. Rowlandson and Pugin's work depicts several of the Brethren of the Corporation gathered around a large table. The interior of the headquarters are highly ornate. The monthly court meetings would have taken place in these handsome surroundings.
Creator: Thomas Rowlandson (artist & engraver), Augustus Pugin (artist & engraver) and Rudolph Ackermann (publisher).
Date: 1 October 1809
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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