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Product images of Dutch ships at anchor off a low shore
Product details Dutch ships at anchor off a low shore
Dutch ships at anchor off a low shore
Dutch ships at anchor off a low shore. Here, seven ships are depicted stern or starboard quarter view lying at anchor. There are three flagships in the centre, the admiral and vice-admiral of the centre squadron and the rear-admiral of the van. There is a tower in the centre in the distance. In the distance on the far right, there is a crowd of ships with swallow-tailed flags which are probably Danish. The drawing has a number of inscriptions, all of which are illegible. One is crossed out, below the vice-admiral. A ship on the right has on her tafferel what appears to be a small vessel with one square-tail. She is perhaps the 'Kogge'. It is one of three drawings of Dutch ships in harbour (along PAF6757 and PAE5212) which relate to the Northern Expedition of 1658.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 205 mm x 607 mm
- Image ref: PY9371
- National Maritime Museum