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Three galjoots underway and another at anchor
Three galjoots under way and others at anchor. On the left, a port quarter view of a galjoot under sail with the wind on the starboard beam. To the right, a starboard quarter view of another galjoot at anchor; a boat pulling towards her. In the background, a ship and four galjoots at anchor with two others beating to windward between them.
It has been tentatively attributed to the Younger by Robinson.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger?
Original size: 192 mm x 300 mm
- Image reference: PW6833
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London