Product images of HMS 'Queen' at the King's Dock Woolwich
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HMS 'Queen' at the King's Dock Woolwich
Hendrik Kobell, a painter and etcher, was born and died in Rotterdam and was originally destined for a career in business. He received training as an artist during a business stay in England 1770-1771, as well as in Amsterdam. He travelled throughout France, but returned to Rotterdam in 1773. While in England he exhibited a picture of a sea fight at the Free Society in 1770, and it is likely that this watercolour was painted in England.
Original size: 364 mm x 527 mm
- Image reference: PY4030
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London