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Shipping off a Dutch pier
A Dutch man-of-war is lying off a harbour to the left in port-bow view and calm conditions, and the masts of other ships are visible in the distance. A jetty is shown on the right in the foreground, together with three figures. The stern of a sprit-rigged States yacht can be seen to the left of the jetty, with an ornately carved stern consisting of two lions holding a cartouche, and two standing figures below. The yacht is flying the Dutch flag from the horizontally hoisted sprit as she dries her sail. A man is rowing a small boat away from the jetty in the foreground on the right. Other shipping and land beyond is implied in the distance to the left.
- Image reference: BHC0767
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London