The port of Genoa
The artist has created an impression of the mid 7th-century port of Genoa with shipping in the harbour to the left. A Dutch man-of-war can be seen in port-bow view on the left. Behind, to the right, a ship has fired a salute and further to the right smoke is shown rising from the hull of a ship. This may show the process of breaming which was the method of removing weed and barnacles from the underside of a ship by burning.
Adriaan van der Cabel
- Image reference: BHC0754
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund
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