Product images of Dutch ships revictualling off a rocky coast
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Dutch ships revictualling off a rocky coast
A squadron of what appear to be Dutch warships are shown at anchor on the left, off a rocky coastline. The one bow-on in the foreground flies the Dutch flag. On the right, cliffs rise vertically, showing a sheer face above rocks below, through which a torrent flows down to the sea from the higher ground. A group of men forming a landing party is on the small beach in the right foreground, where their ship's boat is anchored in shallow water.
Simon de Vlieger
- Image reference: BHC0776
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund