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A kaag running free and two Dutch flagships at anchor
In this unsigned drawing, there is a weather bow view of a kaag on the right in the foreground, with a light breeze on the starboard quarter. Figures are visible sitting inside the vessel. In the left middle-distance is another ship, at anchor and with a flag at the fore and a pendant at the main. Astern of her is another vessel which has a flag at the main. Both have their fore and main yards acockbill. There are a number of small craft positioned alongside the ships and there is a barge pulling towards the Vice-Admiral.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
Original size: 246 mm x 415 mm
- Image reference: PY3858
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London