Product images of The Dutch fleet getting under way near Hellevoetsluis? October-November 1664
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The Dutch fleet getting under way near Hellevoetsluis? October-November 1664
In the right foreground, across the right half of this narrow horizontal drawing is the shore and a pier, probably on the coast of Holland near Hellevoetsluis. The fleet is shown in the background with ships either at anchor or under sail. Several are firing their guns as a States yacht with flags at the masthead and peak approaches the fleet. This is an unsigned pencil and wash drawing by the Elder.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 185 mm x 1082 mm
- Image reference: PT2513
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London