The Tower of London from the River: late 18th-early 19th century
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 31cm x 22cm

The Tower of London from the River: late 18th-early 19th century

Daniel Turner

© Museum of London

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The Tower of London from the River. Oil on panel. This scene shows White Tower, but wrongly depicts the North East tower as square instead of rounded. In front of White Tower is St. Thomas's Tower with Traitors' Gate just visible its east bastion is omitted. Behind it is the Great Armoury or Storehouse. On the right is one of the ordinance buildings. Along the waterfront can be seen the easternmost part of the 40 ft. wide quayside. A number of sailing vessels a few anchored and one whith white sails, as well as other craft are seen on the river.
 

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Date

1791 AD - 1810 AD
 

Image Number

001706
 

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