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The Eendracht and a Fleet of Dutch Men-of-war - Ludolf Bakhuizen - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: Boat,  Classics & Masters,  Dutch & Flemish Classics,  National Gallery,  Ships,  


  • Framed Dutch & Flemish Classics art print (31 x 40 cm) by Ludolf Bakhuizen.
  • Buy this print framed for £155.
  • Buy this print unframed for £45.
  • Framed Size is 31 x 40 cm.
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About this artwork

The main ship in the painting 'The Eendracht and a Fleet of Dutch Men-of-war' by Ludolf Bakhuisen is a well known vessel from the Dutch Navy. The artist, who is of German-Dutch descent, has represented the Eendracht in his art on multiple occasions, often relying on his sketches or recollections. The color in this print is closely matched to Bakhuisen's original work, and it has the stamp of approval from the National Gallery. Plus, buying this supports the museum's ongoing work.



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About the artist

Born in Emden around 1630/1, Ludolf Bakhuisen moved to Amsterdam 1650. He was well known for his seascapes, often featuring turbulent waters. Following the departure of his contemporary, van de Velde, to England in 1672, Bakhuisen emerged as Holland's premier marine artist. His demise occurred in Amsterdam in 1708.

Bakhuisen's professional painting career might have started later in his life, but it didn't take long for him to garner popular acclaim and patronage. Among his admirers were European nobility including Peter the Great of Russia, the Prussian king, the Saxon elector and the grand duke of Tuscany.

Bakhuisen's artwork, typically large canvases depicting stormy settings, were recognised for their dramatic use of light and colour. Apart from his trademark seascapes, he also produced portraits, allegorical art and townscapes. A multitalented artist, he was also known for his calligraphy and printmaking. Bakhuisen, who married four times, lived a long life and was laid to rest in Amsterdam on November 17, 1708.

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