Product images of The Dutch ship 'Eendracht'
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The Dutch ship 'Eendracht'
The painting is a portrait of the Dutch ship 'Eendracht', of 1666, preparing to sail. On the far left, two ships lie at anchor. The ship in the centre has capsized and small craft have been portrayed sailing around it. The name of the main ship has been painted on the stern with the coat of arms above. A small boat rows people out to the ship.
Jacob Adriaensz Bellevois
- Image reference: BHC0829
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London