Product images of Dutch ships in a rough sea
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Dutch ships in a rough sea
This painting depicts a ships travelling under reduced sail through unruly waters. The central ship pitching clumsily at an exaggerated angle in the rough sea is identified as Dutch by its two large flags flying from the mainmast and the stern. It pitches precariously over large, swirling waves which threaten to engulf it, and is simultaneously pummelled by a strong wind blowing in from the left.
Abraham de Verwer
- Image reference: BHC0733
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund