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The stern of a states yacht
This is one of two (along with PAH1896) rapid drawings which are believed to belong to van de Velde's sojourn in Holland in 1685-1686.
The work is a very free drawing of the stern and port quarter, depicted from the leeboard. The stern occupies much of the composition and the tafferel is decorated with a coat of arms, possibly the coat of arms of Zeeland, between two arched windows.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
Original size: 291 mm x 435 mm
- Image reference: PY1895
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London