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Portrait of a Dutch two-decker
This Dutch two-decker is viewed from just before the starboard beam. It possibly depicts the 'Gideon' (see PAH3883).
This is an unsigned portrait of a Dutch two-decker. It is probably a very faint offset, rubbed on the back and thoroughly worked up in rapid but accurate pencil. It has been approximately dated to 1665 by the watermark. The work depicts a quarter-gallery of a type no earlier than 1665.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 344 mm x 505 mm
- Image reference: PY3851
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London