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Portrait of the 'Brederode'
The 'Brederode', 59 guns, built 1646, sunk in action 1658, is viewed from the starboard quarter. On the tafferel is the quartered and ineschutcheoned arms of Willem II on a crowned shield supported by two lions. On the rail above, there is a half-length figure of Neptune. Below on the wing transom is inscribed 'BRE
Willem van de Velde the Elder
Original size: 258 mm x 420 mm
- Image reference: PY1720
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London