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8 jun. 2021 12:47
The French fleet consisted of 29 ships of the line, 5 frigates and 8 burners commanded by Abraham Duquesne. The Dutch-Spanish fleet was composed of 27 ships of the line (17 Dutch-10 Spanish) and 5 burners, commanded by Lieutenant Admiral General Michiel de Ruyter. It was a short but fierce naval battle. Neither side lost a ship, but many were killed and wounded, especially on the Dutch side. The battle ended abruptly. The Dutch commander Michiel de Ruyter was seriously injured. When the French admiral Abraham Duquesne learned of this, he decided to withdraw his fleet, out of respect for the legendary naval hero. As a result, the battle ended in a draw. Michiel de Ruyter died a week later from his injuries.
30 sep. 2020 11:33
19 okt. 2019 22:05
There is a new painting in the "Works"gallery
3 mei 2019 08:27
3 new aquarels added to the site.
11 jun. 2018 19:44
There is a new work available! "The Raid on the river Medway , Chatham 1667".  oil on canvas 150 cm by 240 cm Click on the link above for more info. Jan de Quelery marine artist Holland.
17 okt. 2017 20:39
The Surrender of the Royal Prince is available for sale.
4 okt. 2017 08:17
23 aug. 2017 02:42
22 aug. 2017 22:24