Product images of Dutch ships in a rough sea
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Dutch ships in a rough sea
A ship is shown in starboard-broadside view in the centre of the painting, running before the wind in a rough sea, with fore and main topsails lowered and furled, and lateen sail also furled. A large outcrop of rock is dramatically positioned on the left of the painting with trees growing from the top. Other shipping, in various points of sailing, can be seen on the horizon. The waves are used to enhance the dramatic effect and in the foreground an open-jawed sea creature breaks the surface.
- Image reference: BHC0769
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund