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Portrait of the 'Lennox', 70 guns, built at Deptford in 1678 and rebuilt in 1701
The 'Lennox', viewed from the port bow displaying its wrethed ports. The drawing is inscribed 'de Lenocx'. The drawing is rubbed on the back and is probably based on an offset. It is completely worked up in graphite and wash, and is unsigned. In the Boymans Museum, Rotterdam, there is a drawing of the 'Lannox' viewed from before the starboard beam (55-1089).
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 532 mm x 928 mm
- Image reference: PT2427
- National Maritime Museum