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Product details View of London from Greenwich Park
View of London from Greenwich Park
A view from Greenwich Park looking towards London in 1796, from John and Josiah Boydell's 'An History of the River Thames'. In 1433 Henry VI gave the Duke of Gloucester permission to enclose 200 acres of pasture and woodland, which now forms the area of Greenwich Park. It was popular with many royals: Henry VIII was a regular visitor, James I enclosed the park with a brick wall, and later Charles II had the park landscaped by Louis XIV
Original size: 329 mm x 545 mm
- Image ref: PZ8020
- National Maritime Museum