Portrait of the 'Royal Sovereign' (1701) by Willem Van de Velde the Younger

Portrait of the 'Royal Sovereign' (1701)

Willem Van de Velde the Younger

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Portrait of the 'Royal Sovereign' (1701)

One of a group of four drawings of the 'Royal Sovereign', First Rate, 100 guns, shown at her launching at Woolwich in 1701. The drawing is rapid and accurate. The ship is depicted from before the starboard beam, showing a jack at a staff on her stern, flags on staffs forward and amidships, but not aft, and an ensign at the stern. The 'Royal Sovereign' is the subject of the fine late painting by the younger van de Velde in the NMM's collection (BHC3614) which is dated 1703.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger

Original size: 427 mm x 576 mm

  • Image reference: PY5022

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