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The Dutch Indiamen passing Bok op Raa (Bjaelkero), 25 August 1665
A slight drawing by van de Velde which has later been brought to a finished state by the gifted amateur artist and collector Charles Gore. The heavy pen and ink work betrays eighteenth century additions. Gore and Jakob Philipp Hackert, a German landscape painter, accompanied Richard Payne Knight on his expedition into Sicily in 1777.
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 286 mm x 887 mm
- Image reference: PT2330
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London