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The day after the battle of Solebay, 29 May/8 June 1672
Similar to PAJ3043, the work shows the van of the Dutch fleet, viewed from the lee bow, close-hauled on the port tack under topsails. Five private ships are shown, and close on the weather quarter of the sternmost one is the rear-admiral Jan Mathijszen in the
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 218 mm x 352 mm
- Image reference: PW6543
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London