Product images of Smalschip under sail and Dutch ships at anchor
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Smalschip under sail and Dutch ships at anchor
On the left is a smalschip in port-lee view in a light breeze, with her jib boomed out to windward. Further to the left is a ship in bow view at anchor with a flag at her mizzen and pendant at the fore. A barge is in the right foreground. There is land in the distance.
This drawing is of poor quality and doubtful authenticity. It is approximately dated by the style and subject.
Willem van de Velde the Elder
Original size: 198 mm x 452 mm
- Image reference: PY1734
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London