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Portrait of 'Vereenigde Provincien' (built circa 1665), 48 guns, last mentioned 1667
'Vereenigde Provincien' is depicted from the port quarter. This is one of two unsigned offsets (along with PAH3849) both from the same original drawing. This offset is clearly the fainter of the two. Tops have been added lightly in pencil to this work. Both offsets have been approximately dated to 1665 by the watermark on the paper.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 382 mm x 450 mm
- Image reference: PY3850
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London