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  • Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, the Lord Mayor of London disembarking, greeted by the Governor [?], with rowing boats and barges to the left. Engraving by V. Woodthorpe, 1804, after E. F. Burney.
  • Royal Naval Hospital Greenwich, viewed from afar with many ships in the foreground. Watercolour.
  • Artistic poses, plates XIIA & B: a man rowing. Lithograph by Robert J. Colenso.
  • A young child helps a fisherman pull on the oar of his boat. Etching by Leopold Flameng after E. Renouf.
  • Two naked men rowing. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, with ships and rowing boats in the foreground, a ceremony in progress. Engraving by F. J. Havell after himself, and W. Havell.
  • 'Panopepton' : presents solids in fluid form / Fairchild Brothers & Foster.
  • Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, the quay with ships in the foreground, viewed from the pier. Ink drawing.
  • A naked man sits on a rowing machine and rows. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • Royal Hospital, Greenwich, seen from the Isle of Dogs. Pencil drawing.
  • Royal Naval Hospital Greenwich, on the left, viewed from afar with many ships in the foreground, on the right the Royal Dockyard on the Isle of Dogs. Engraving.
  • 'Panopepton' : presents solids in fluid form / Fairchild Brothers & Foster.
  • The Thames at Deptford, with several ships at anchor, men in a rowing-boat in the foreground left. Engraving by J. Royce after J. Oliphant, 1775.