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View from One Tree Hill: The Queen's House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

View from One Tree Hill: The Queen's House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
View from One Tree Hill: The Queen's House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: Bhc1817
Description: A painting of Greenwich including the Queen’s House, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, and the Thames by Jan Griffier, the Elder. This painting shows how the view would have looked in the early days of the Royal Observatory, before London spread as far as Greenwich. The part of the Observatory visible in this picture is that of the original Flamsteed House designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke.
Creator: Jan Griffier the Elder
Date: 18th century
Credit line: National Maritime Museum
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