Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp (1597-1653) by Jan Lievensz

Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp (1597-1653)

Jan Lievensz

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Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp (1597-1653)

A three-quarter-length portrait to right wearing a black doublet, buff breeches, steel gorget and white collar. A gold medal inscribed with a ship, hangs round his neck on a black ribbon. His left hand rests on a gun barrel and his right arm is crooked, hand on hip, with a commander's a baton hanging from the gloved hand. In the right background an action with an English ship has been depicted. Tromp commanded the Dutch fleet in all the principal actions of the First Dutch War against the English, 1652-1654. In 1653, he was killed in the final Dutch defeat off Scheveningen.
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  • Image reference: BHC3062

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