The Castello Nuova at Naples
A highly detailed panoramic view of the Arsenal, or dockyard, at Naples in 1703. The expanse of water in the basin lies horizontally across the painting, surrounded by quays, jetties and the buildings of the waterfront. A Genoese merchantman is shown being careened, lying at an angle to the right of centre and undergoing repair to the stern frame. Careening took place to repair leaking seams, replace rotten planking, or otherwise treat the underwater hull.
Gaspar Adriaansz van Wittel
- Image reference: BHC1900
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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