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A Dutch fleet in light airs, August? 1665
On the extreme left of this picture is a starboard bow view of a snow with her sails hauled up. Close on her port bow is a galjoot in the wind. In the centre middle distance is a stern view of a ship, possibly the 'Jupiter'. On the right is another galjoot, and a ship with a flag at the main beyond. In the distance, a large number of ships may be seen.
The unsigned drawing is numbered 'No 2'.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 196 mm x 466 mm
- Image reference: PY3874
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London