Product images of The Dutch fleet lying near Hellevoetsluis, Autumn 1664
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The Dutch fleet lying near Hellevoetsluis, Autumn 1664
In this unsigned drawing by the Elder the fleet is depicted lying close in to the shore at Hellevoetsluis on the coast of southern Holland. In the left middle distance are the rear admiral of the centre (squadron) and seven other flagships stretching across the background. In the right foreground is a sprit-rigged states yacht arriving at a quay.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 330 mm x 1034 mm
- Image reference: PT2392
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London