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Study of a dredger, by Van de Velde, the Younger.Study of a dredger, by Van de Velde, the Younger.
Study of a dredger, by Van de Velde, the Younger.

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Repro ID: PW6523
Title: Study of a dredger, by Van de Velde, the Younger.
Description: Willem van de Velde, the Younger (1633–1707) was one of the best-known and most influential Dutch marine painters. He worked in Amsterdam in his father's studio before they both settled in England, first in Greenwich (where their studio from 1674 was in the Queen's House), then in 1692 in Westminster. This sketch of an early dredger was completed in 1672.
Creator: Willem Van de Velde the Younger
Date: c. 1672
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London


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