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The Dutch fleet lying-to: a council-of-war
This is a very distant view of the Dutch fleet. In the centre is the commander-in-chief, identified by the striped jack, and an admiral with a pendant at the mizzen on his lee quarter (identified by a striped jack and ensign).
This is a very faint unsigned offset, which has not been rubbed on the back. It has been approximately dated by the subject.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 208 mm x 519 mm
- Image reference: PY3877
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London