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Calm: the Dutch coast with a weyschuit
Several fishing boats are shown leaving a Dutch shore. The coast shown in the painting is probably near Den Helder with the ships probably at anchor in the Marsdiep. The painting shows the freedom of interpretation of a rapid sketch and is of a subject the artist first worked on in the 1660s.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC0909
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London