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An English yacht getting under way
An English yacht getting under way. A near view from before the starboard beam of a yacht at anchor lying nearly head to wind with her jib and foresail set and mainsail half brailed up. Her decks crowded with people. A boat alongside. In the right background, a ship at anchor firing a salute; a Union at the main.
This drawing is rapidly drawn in pencil, possibly done on the same occasion as PAH9368; it is approximately dated by the subject.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 292 mm x 387 mm
- Image reference: PW6638
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London