The Battle of Terheide | Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraaten | 1660
This painting represents the Battle of Terheide on 10 August 1653. In the centre is the largest vessel in the Dutch fleet, the Brederode, commanded by Admiral Maerten Harpertsz Tromp. It is firing its cannons at an English ship. The Dutch Republic won the battle but lost its commander Tromp, who was fatally wounded.
The Battle of Scheveningen (also known as the Battle of Ter Heijde) was the final naval battle of the First Anglo-Dutch War. Between the fleets of the Commonwealth of England and the United Provinces. The Dutch fleet suffered massive losses but achieved its immediate strategic goal of raising the Royal Navy blockade of the Dutch coast.
Artist Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraaten ( 1622 -1666 ) was a Dutch painter of marine art and landscapes, particularly of events of the First Anglo Dutch War and Dutch Swedish War.
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