North wing, St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield, City of London: the entrance hall and grand staircase adorned with two murals painted by William Hogarth representing the 'Pool of Bethesda' and 'The Good Samaritan'
Architect/Designer Gibbs, James (1682-1754) Hogarth, William (1697-1764) Artist/Photographer Smith, Edwin (1912-1971) Country UK: England City London Subject Date 1737 Image Date 1957 View Interior Style Classical Revival Medium Photoprint Library Reference ESP/LON/251 (ES3964.4) Orientation Landscape Colour Info Black and white Credit Edwin Smith / RIBA Collections Subject Entrance halls ; Murals ; Stairs ; Hospitals
NOTES: The North Wing, built in 1732, is one of the three surviving blocks of the main square designed by James Gibbs in the 1730s. The murals were executed by William Hogarth in 1736-1737 free of charge.
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