Maritime art & objects

A Dutch Admiralship with 96 guns – van Keulen, Amsterdam

Nice facsimile copy of a copper engraving from about 1700-1720. Multi-colored printing. Centrally a three-mast sailing ship with three rows of cannons in port-side view. The ship sails several sails. In the bowsprit and in the large mast a Dutch flag. In the fore-mast and in the mizzen-mast a red flag. On the stern a big red flag with standing lion that has a saber in its paw. Caption: ‘Dutch Admiral-ship of 96 guns’. Frame of mahogany. Backside renewed.

Catalog: MA.1-02
Date: ca. 1975
HW image: 47×58 cm (18,5x23in)
HW frame:70×80 cm (27,5×31, 5in)
Signed: Gerard van Keulen aan de Nieuwe Brug Amsterdam
Origin: Netherlands
Condition: overall in good condition

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