Product images of Dutch yachting on the Zuider Zee
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Dutch yachting on the Zuider Zee
The artist has shown a Dutch man-of-war on the horizon to the left, port-broadside on, with small coastal craft sailing in front of it through waves caused by the fresh breeze. The vessel in the centre foreground of the picture is probably a boeier, a round Dutch craft with a deep rail and a curved spoon bow, with two sailors looking out to the left towards the man-of-war, leaning right into the wind. Immediately behind to the right is a yacht flying the Dutch flag and pennant. More shipping can be seen on the horizon to the far right.
Edward William Cooke
- Image reference: BHC1249
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London