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Greenwich Hospital & Royal Naval Asylum.

Greenwich Hospital & Royal Naval Asylum.
Greenwich Hospital & Royal Naval Asylum.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU2237
Description: The Royal Naval Asylum and the Greenwich Hospital School combined as the Upper and Lower Schools of Greenwich Hospital before 1825. The view looks north from the Park over the Queen's House, the east colonnade and east wing of the Asylum buildings, which had been extended by Daniel Asher Alexander, c. 1807-12.
Creator: Charles Bentley (artist); Henry Wallis (engraver); Thomas Fry (publisher)
Date: c. 1820
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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