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A dismasted ship in a rough sea
An interpretation of a rough sea, where a dismasted ship is shown in port-broadside view. Although a stormy squall is indicated on the left there is blue sky on the right. The ship has lost her mainmast and although her sails have been lowered she appears to be heading for the rocks on the left. Three Moorish figures are seated on these rocks watching the struggles of the ship. An English ship on far right flies the 1625-1707 pattern red ensign. In the background, a mountainous Mediterranean island looms up, its peaks lost in clouds, while a fort stands on an outcrop on the coastline.
Bonaventura Peeters, the Elder
- Image reference: BHC0761
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London