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Calm: a Dutch flagship coming to anchor
An early painting by the artist before he had developed his own artistic style of ship portrayal. In the left foreground is a States yacht, in starboard-quarter view, running towards the flagship under a white sprit-sail and a brown square sail boomed out to port. She is thought to be the yacht laid down for Prince Frederik Hendrik but completed after his death in 1647 for Willem II.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC0910
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London