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A view of Falmouth harbour
Danckerts travelled widely and his most important commission for King Charles II was to paint a series of 28 canvases depicting various palaces and fortified ports. This picture may have formed part of this series, with its combination of seascape, landscape and topographical detailing. It would have been based on drawings on the spot and shows the whole extent of Falmouth harbour, with the town on the right and a variety of shipping in the bay.
- Image reference: BHC4166
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London