Product images of Cornelis van Tromp (1629-1691)
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Cornelis van Tromp (1629-1691)
A three-quarter-length portrait to right facing forward, with a rocky seashore as background to the left and the stern of his flagship 'Gouden Leeuw' (Golden Lion) in action at the Battle of the Texel, 1673, to the right flying the Amsterdam double-prince ensign and flag appropriate to his rank as Lieutenant-Admiral of Holland. He wears a brown coat over a white shirt with an orange sash at the waist. In his right hand, which rests on the muzzle of a naval gun, he holds the baton of commander of the Dutch fleet.
Sir Peter Lely
- Image reference: BHC3060
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London