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An action of the English succession
The painting depicts English and French ships in action. The English ship has tentatively been identified as the 'St David', but there is some confusion as to whether the action depicted is Bantry Bay or another battle during the War of the English Succession. The identity of the artist is unclear: Adriaen van Diest and Willem van de Velde the Younger have been suggested.
Adriaen van Diest
- Image reference: BHC0329
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London