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The port-quarter gallery of a small Dutch ship
This fine decorative drawing is attributed to de Vlieger who is chiefly known as a marine painter, but who also painted genre scenes, wooded landscapes and portraits. He produced etchings, mainly of landscape and animals, designed tapestries for the Town Hall at Delft in 1640, and decorated the doors of the organ of the Laurenskerk in Rotterdam.
Simon de Vlieger
Original size: 275 mm x 222 mm
- Image reference: PW5523
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London