Product images of HMS 'Saint Andrew' at Sea in a moderate breeze
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HMS 'Saint Andrew' at Sea in a moderate breeze
A closely observed portrait of the 'St Andrew', 96 guns. She was built at Woolwich Dockyard by Christopher Pett in 1670 and was later renamed the 'Royal Anne' after rebuilding as a 100-gun ship in 1704. She flew Sir John Kempthorne's blue flag at the fore, as vice-admiral, at the Battle of the Texel in 1673 and since she flies a blue flag at the fore here it is likely that he commissioned the painting.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC3618
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London