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Adriaen van Stalbemt (1580-1662)

A View of Greenwich circa 1632

RCIN 405291

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Charles I is here shown with his family and court visiting Greenwich, where his architect, Inigo Jones, was adding the Queen’s House (the unfinished building centre left) to the famous Tudor palace. Van Stalbemt was a landscape painter from Antwerp, and Van Belcamp a Dutch copyist who helped to look after the King’s collection.