Product images of A fishing boat and other vessels in a squall
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A fishing boat and other vessels in a squall
A kaag is shown in the foreground with one man wearing a hat positioned in the bow and three figures in the stern. A kaag was a type of cargo vessel designed for use on inland waterways. It was often used as a ferry in the Zuyder Zee, conveying cargo to and from seagoing ships. The kaag is shown close to the shore on the far right, where four figures and a baby wait on the shoreline, buffeted by the wind.
- Image reference: BHC1000
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund