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Elevations of Savoy Hospital and Chapel
Elevations of Savoy Hospital and ChapelGeorge Vertue.
The Savoy Hospital in the Strand.
London; Society of Antiquaries, 1753. 425 x 295mm. Three views of the Savoy Hospital for the Poor, created by Henry VII in his will and opened 1512. The Chapel, illustrated at the bottom, is the only building to survive the demolition of the Hospital in the C19th. One of the final prints engraved by the prolific George Vertue (1684-1756) for the Society of Antiquaries's 'Vetusta Monumenta'.



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