Ludolf Backhuysen

Dutch Men-of-War entering a Mediterranean Port



Ludolf Backhuysen - Dutch Men-of-War entering a Mediterranean Port

Literature

Neil MacLaren, revised and expanded by Christopher Brown, The Dutch school, 1600-1900, London, 1991, pp. 9-10, plate 10
Christopher Baker and Tom Henry, The National Gallery complete illustrated catalogue, London, 2001, p. 14


Provenance

Edward Solly sale, london, 31 May 1837, lot 85, bought by Anthony
collection of Solly's daughters, Misses Lavinia and Sarah Solly
National Gallery, London, Miss Sarah Solly Bequest, 1879
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External links

National Gallery, London Accession number NG1050

Other works by Ludolf Backhuysen


Ludolf Backhuysen The Eendracht and a Fleet of Dutch Men-of-War before the Wind
The Eendracht and a Fleet of Dutch Men-of-War before the Wind

Ludolf Backhuysen An English Vessel and a Man-of-War in a Rough Sea off a Coast with Tall Cliffs
An English Vessel and a Man-of-War in a Rough Sea off a Coast with Tall Cliffs
1680s

Ludolf Backhuysen Dutch Men-of-War and Small Vessels in a Fresh Breeze off Enkhuizen
Dutch Men-of-War and Small Vessels in a Fresh Breeze off Enkhuizen
1683

Ludolf Backhuysen A Beach Scene with Fishermen
A Beach Scene with Fishermen

Ludolf Backhuysen
Dutch Men-of-War entering a Mediterranean Port
1681
118.5 x 163 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed on the ensign of the man-of-war on the left: L Back[huizen] ft
Dated on a floating spar, bottom right: 1681
The National Gallery, London