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An English ship running towards a rocky 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. This image shows an English warship of the period of Charles I on the left, together with two other ships in the distance. The flag at the main may be a command flag, although the purpose of the flags is not clear from this painting. The ship is shown heading for the jagged rocks on the right, in squally weather. The painting is one of a contrasting pair (see also BHC0807).
- Image reference: BHC0808
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London