Guy's Hospital, Southwark: the entrance courtyard, with a man running and a dog barking. Engraving.
- Jupp, Richard, 1728-1799
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This print shows a specific moment in the history of the fabric of Guy's: the west wing is yet to be built, and the large skylight above the entrance indicates the operating theatre
1 print : engraving ; image 13.8 x 21.5 cm
View of Guy's Hospital in Southwark.
B. Adams, London illustrated, London, 1983, number 48/49 [p.120]
R. H. Cawson and T. H. E. Orde, "The design and building of Mr. Guy's Hospital", Guy's hospital Reports, 118, (2), 1969, pp.217-236, fig.6
Wellcome Library no. 39010i