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An English ship leaving the coast
A small panel painting, forming one of a pair of cabinet pieces. These show contrasting scenes of a ship at sea, one in calm conditions and one in a storm. The picture is dominated by one ship placed in the centre. The Royal Arms, somewhat simplified, are carved on the stern indicating that it is probably a warship of Charles I although, since the artist was known to be working in London between 1652 and 1663, the panels were produced after his execution in 1649. The painting is one of a contrasting pair, see also BHC0808.
- Image reference: BHC0807
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London