Product images of A smalschip with two Dutch East Indiamen coming to anchor
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A smalschip with two Dutch East Indiamen coming to anchor
A dramatic portrayal of two Dutch East Indiamen who may have returned from a journey overseas. The ship on the left, in distant port-quarter view, has a scene painted on her stern depicting a pavilion with trees, possibly palm trees and thus a reference to her exotic trade associations. Men are portrayed in the rigging, working on the sails.
- Image reference: BHC0917
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London