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A painting showing a panoramic view of Greenwich including the Queen’s House, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, and the Thames. It shows the view from One Tree Hill in the early days of the Royal Observatory, before London spread out as far as Greenwich. The part of the Observatory depicted in this picture is the original Flamsteed House designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke and completed in 1676.
oil on canvas
H 84.5 x W 135.5 cm