The Dutch in the Medway, 1667
A bird's eye view of the attack, taken from above Sheerness and drawn on vellum by the engraver Stoopendael. It is possible that this work is based on a drawing by Schellinks in preparation for the engraving, which Stoopendael published in 1701. Willem Schellinks, a landscape and genre painter visited England during the Second Dutch war and is sometimes suspected of being an agent for the Dutch.
Original size: 269 mm x 370 mm
- Image reference: PX9641
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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