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A Dutch fleet at anchor
The drawing shows the battle at noon with a light east-south-east breeze from the right of the drawing. In the left foreground is a stern view of the 'Komeetster' with the 'Ridderschap' (Jan van nes) on her lee bow, bringing to on the starboard tack; in the smoke beyond appears the topmast of the 'Royal Prince' (prins de steng
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
Original size: 190 mm x 970 mm
- Image reference: PT2437
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London