Product images of Witte de With's action with Dunkirkers off Nieuport, 1641
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Witte de With's action with Dunkirkers off Nieuport, 1641
During the Thirty Years War, Spanish naval power reached unprecedented levels. Their ports and shipyards in Flanders, particularly Dunkirk, were the focus of maritime revival. The Flanders fleet which evolved in response to Dutch sea power became the most devastating and effective unit in Spain's defence establishment. In combination with its privateering auxiliaries, this
Jacob Gerritsz Loeff
- Image reference: BHC0272
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund