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A man in a wherry handling barrels, by Willem Van de Velde, the Younger.

A man in a wherry handling barrels, by Willem Van de Velde, the Younger.
A man in a wherry handling barrels, by Willem Van de Velde, the Younger.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PW6600
Description: A drawing by Willem Van de Velde, the Younger. Alongside his paintings of warships and major battles, Willem Van de Velde also made many studies of everyday work on the river.
Creator: Willem Van de Velde, the Younger
Date: c. 1675
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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