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A North Sea breeze on the Dutch coast
Inspired by Dutch 17th century marine painters, the artist was very interested in creating scenes of Holland and Dutch shore life. He gave this work the secondary title, 'Scheveling fishermen hauling the 'pinck' out of the surf'. In it he has included Scheveningen church tower in reference to the earlier masters, who often included it as a landmark. Scheveningen, on the northern tip of the Hague on the North Sea coast, has a wide beach very suitable for operating fishing pinks.
Edward William Cooke
- Image reference: BHC1246
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London