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Portrait of the 'Princess'
Viewed slightly before the starboard beam, a portrait of the 'Princess', 54-gun fourth-rate, built 1660, broken up 1680.
One of two drawings of ships (PAH3900) in which the construction of the head, the fullness of the bow and the tumble-home at the gun deck level changing to the straighter side at the upper deck have been very accurately expressed.
Willem van de Velde the Younger
Original size: 290 mm x 453 mm
- Image reference: PY1828
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London