Dutch Ships

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an old sailing ship in the middle of the ocean
High tall ship in ocean
an aerial view of a large ship in the water next to other boats and buildings
REFUGE OF THE WILD COLOR
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Last Battle, Reha Sakar
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Enough Assassin's Creed IV Concept Art To Shiver Your Timbers
Enough Assassin's Creed IV Concept Art To Shiver Your Timbers ~Via Louis Charrier
a drawing of a sailing ship in the ocean
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Replica of the 18th-century Swedish ship the Gothenburg, firing her cannon to salute London at Tower Bridge, England. Contemporary Art, Trips, Adventure, London, Around The World Trips, Tower Bridge, Around The Worlds, Fotografia
England | London | Merchant ship 'returns' to London
Replica of the 18th-century Swedish ship the Gothenburg, firing her cannon to salute London at Tower Bridge, England.
Dutch warship bombarding a British fort, Anglo-Dutch War Anglo Dutch Wars, Naval History, Dutch Republic, Naval, Dutch Ships, Sea Battle, Raid, Old Dutch, Dutch Golden Age
Dutch warship bombarding a British fort, Anglo-Dutch War
an old sailing ship in the middle of the ocean with flags flying from it's mast
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Replika Duyfken (1596)
a painting of a ship in rough seas with another boat near the shore as it approaches
A Thousand Winds
An Indiaman in a Gale Off a Rocky Coast, oil on canvas by Willem van de Velde the Younger, 1611-1693, Dutch-English marine painter and son of a marine painter. Velde was known for his somber and atmospheric seascapes.
an oil painting of ships in the water
Schilderij afbeelding De "Gouden Leeuw" voor Amsterdam
Painting "De "Gouden Leeuw" voor Amsterdam" by Willem van de Velde (de Jonge) - www.schilderijen.nu
a painting of a ship in rough seas with the caption, a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor
Duchess of the Shire
When I read Act 1, scene 1 of The Tempest, this is what I envisioned. This painting entitled "De Windstoot" was done by Willem van de Velde II in 1707. The contrast in color is important as it goes from dark on the top to light in the middle, and dark on the bottom again.
a painting of a ship in rough seas
Willem van de Velde de Jonge, Schip in volle zee bij vliegende storm 1690