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Removing wounded in the allied fleet after the first battle of Schoonevelt, 31 May - 10 June 1673
In the centre, a port bow view of a three-decker with a dark flag at the main, probably Spragge in the 'Royal Prince'; her fore course and fore and main topsails are shaking but her mizzen and mizzen topsail are filled. Several boats on her quarter. Astern of her a two-decker that has lost her main topmast (? Cap stâ”œÂ½Ã”Ã»Ãª_ / vande questâ”œÂ½Ã”Ã»Ãª_ / op dese schip), possible Strickland in the 'Mary' taking on board the wounded from the 'Royal Prince'.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 256 mm x 422 mm
- Image reference: PW6875
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London