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Portrait of the 'Wassenaar'
A portrait of the 'Wassenaer', 56 guns, built 1666, wrecked 1681, viewed from well abaft the starboard beam. There are a number of shot holes in the hull. The English ensign reversed over the stern is probably the 'Convertine's' captured at the Four Days' Battle, 1-4 [OS]/ 11-14 June 1666. On the tafferel are the arms of Wassenaer supported by two lions. On a shield on the rail above is a lion rampant and the same on the upper counter indicating the Admiralty of the Maas. The drawing is inscribed '
Willem van de Velde the Younger
Original size: 178 mm x 376 mm
- Image reference: PY1789
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London