Portrait of the ‘Mary Rose’ - stock photo
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Portrait of the ‘Mary Rose’

Portrait of the ‘Mary Rose’, fourth rate, viewed from the port quarter. She was built in 1654 as the ‘Maidstone’, 48 guns, and renamed in 1660. She was taken by the French 1691. Part of the bow is not shown. The gundeck port is in line with the break of the forecastle coming on the edge of the paper. The ship has square decorated ports. There is a draped figure in a recess above the quarter-gallery and a Tudor rose below. The work is unsigned. It has been rubbed on the back; possibly it has had an offset taken from it.

National Maritime Museum London UK / Willem van de Velde the Younger

3600 x 2313 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
12 x 8 inches / 30 x 20 cm

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