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Portrait of the 'Vrede'
Portrait of the 'Vrede', 46 guns. She was built in 1650; last mentioned in 1667.
She is viewed from before the port beam. Fore and main courses are loosed in the brails but the yards are only half hoisted. Driver set. The main topmast staysail with the sheets let fly. The fore and mizzen topsails are shown both stowed and loosed. There is a pendant at the mizzen.
It is an offset, but has not been rubbed on the back.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 614 mm x 476 mm
- Image reference: PY3837
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London