Malta: Royal Naval Hospital or Bighi Hospital, with sailors dancing on the shore. Coloured pen and ink drawing by J. Parker, 1843, after C.F. de Brocktorff, ca. 1819 (?).
- Brocktorff, Charles Frederick, 1775-1850.
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On the hospital see Paul Cassar, Medical history of Malta, London 1965, pp. 95-98
Malta Naval Hospital. Painted by John Parker from an eng
1 drawing : pen and ink, with watercolour ; image and border 21.2 x 35.3 cm
Wellcome Library no. 18259i
On Brocktorff's lithograph, of which this watercolour is a copy, see Malta views: a catalogue of topographical prints and drawings of Malta in the Museum of the Order of St. John, London 1984, no. 77, pp. 45-46. "Str. Reale" was the street, Strada Reale, in which de Brocktorff worked