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The Dutch flute 'St John Baptist'
A Dutch flute, 'St John Baptist', is depicted on the left together with another ship positioned on the right. A flute was usually used as a merchant ship and was a full-sterned vessel with narrow works built up aft. The stern of the flute is ornately carved and bears the motif of the ship, an image of John the Baptist, holding a cross in his left hand. Her anchor is visible and a number of figures have been depicted on the deck.
Cornelis Pietersz Mooy
- Image reference: BHC0871
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London