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Study of a waterschip and a smalschip - fishing boats
The Amsterdam artist Reinier Zeeman (today generally known as Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman) produced a large number of etchings. He published sets of etchings, such as, in 1650: 'Receuil de plusiers Navires et Paisages faits aprais le naturel par R. Zeeman', and in 1652: 'Quelque navieres desseigner & graver par Remij Zeeman'. He made numerous views of Paris which suggests that he visited the city.
Original size: 245 mm x 443 mm
- Image reference: PW5527
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London