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A kaag close-hauled in a light breeze and men-of-war at anchor
Robinson considered this drawing only possibly by the Younger and commented that the drawing of the ships in the left distance lacked his delicacy. The dating, 1665, is tentative. The drawing includes several kinds of Dutch small craft: on the right there a kaag, in the centre a weyschuit and a galjoot beyond. Five ships are at anchor across the background.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 141 mm x 410 mm
- Image reference: PY1731
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London