RENTON Michael

Trinity Hospital, Greenwich by Michael Renton



Watercolour and Wood Engraving by Michael Renton. A small collection of two items consisting a original watercolour study and a wood engravings of ‘Trinity Hospital, Greenwich‘.  The watercolour has notes written in pencil by Renton. To be sold with a unsigned wood engraving of the final image. TWO ITEMS.
Image size 295 x 300mm
Page size 295 x 400mm

Trinity Hospital is a group of  Alms-houses nestling on the river’s edge between Greenwich Power Station and the Old Royal Naval College  on the south bank of the River Thames at Greenwich  London, England. Originally built  in 1613 by Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton,  it was rebuilt in 1812 in Gothic Style. It was one of three Trinity alms-houses founded in the last year of his life, the others being in Clun, Shropshire and Shotesham, Norfolk



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