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A Middelburg ship Lying off Antwerp
The oil painting was presented to the NMM as a pair with BHC0874. The picture has been attributed to Jean-Baptiste Bonnecroy (1618-1676), who is otherwise associated with the genre of panoramic views. The scene is said to be a Middleburg ship lying off Antwerp. In the composition the Middleburg ship and two other vessels form a baroque grouping that dominates the picture space in the left foreground. Other ships fill the dramatically lit water off the cityscape in the background. The overall style is obviously influenced by the Flemish 17th-century tradition, which can be seen in the liquid and ornamental rendering of the brushstrokes.
- Image reference: BHC0875
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London