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View of the Queen's House and Greenwich Palace from One Tree Hill

Photo credit: National Trust Images

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This painting of Greenwich is thought to have been commissioned by Charles II and to be identifiable with the 'Landskip of Greenwich with the Prospect to London' recorded in James II's collection at Whitehall Palace. In the middle ground it shows the Queen’s House, designed by Inigo Jones (1573–1652). Building was begun in 1616–1619 for Anne of Denmark, wife of James I (of England) and VI (of Scotland), and was completed in 1630–1638 for Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I.

National Trust, Dyrham Park

near Bath


oil on canvas


H 122 x W 96.5 cm

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bequeathed to the National Trust by Major T. C. E. Goff with The Courts, Holt, 1943; on loan to Dyrham Park

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Dyrham, near Bath, Gloucestershire SN14 8ER England

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