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Landing of William III at Torbay, 5 November 1688
This oil painting by an unknown English artist shows William III's landing in Torbay on 5 November 1688 leading 14,000 troops for the invasion of England. On the left of the composition the large Anglo-Dutch fleet seems to be closing in onto the beach and rocky coastline on the right. Boats with men are already coming ashore near Brixham and numerous horses are swimming ashore onto the shelving beach, having been put over the sides of the ships to land this way. The style and colouring of the scene betray a strong influence of early 17th-century Dutch landscape painting.
- Image reference: BHC0326
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London