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Sir John Vanbrugh.Sir John Vanbrugh.
Sir John Vanbrugh, Surveyor of Greeenwich Hospital.

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Repro ID: PW3324
Title: Sir John Vanbrugh.
Description: Vanbrugh (1664 - 1726) was a playwright and architect, and was also involved with garden design. He succeeded Sir Christopher Wren as surveyor to the Royal Hospital for Seamen, Greenwich. He also built Vanbrugh Castle in Maze Hill (east of Greenwich) as a residence for himself.
Creator: Johnathan Richardson [artist]; John Faber [engraver]
Date: 1727
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London

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