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A Dutch ship entering a mediterranean port
The painting depicts a merchantman flying a commodore's flag which would have been used in about 1670. The setting is imaginary, showing various features of southern ports in an antique Mediterranean atmosphere. The ship is shown from the stern with a carved figure which may represent the maid of Amsterdam wearing the imperial crown, and surrounded by black figures and a seagod. On the left a small Mediterranean boat flying the flag of Genoa is sailing towards the ship on the left.
- Image reference: BHC0927
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London