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Two large Dutch ships drying sails
A free drawing showing on the left, from close on the port quarter, a Dutch two-decker (numbered '33') with her courses loosed in the brails and topsails atrip. A Dutch jack is at the mizzen peak and there is possibly a flag and pendant at the mizzen. Another ship is close to starboard (numbered '34') and is viewed from before the starboard beam. The drawing is cut at the top. The date of this drawing is in doubt.
Willem van de Velde the Elder
Original size: 284 mm x 399 mm
- Image reference: PY1781
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London