Oil on panel (3 planks), 68 x 103 cm, signed b.r. on driftwood: DVBBELS’.
Date: 1653-1655 (according to Ulrike Middendorf 1989)
– private collection the Netherlands
– Müllenmeister (art dealers), Solingen (Germany) 1972
– private collection Germany
– Cédric Pelgrims de Bigard, Belgium 2022
Literature: Ulrike Middendorf, Hendrick Jacobsz Dubbels (1621-1707), Gemälde und Zeichnungen, mit
kritischem Oeuvrekatalog (Freren 1989), 110, cat. no. 35, (ill.).
The painting of the Hasewint or Winthont is a ship’s portrait from the early 1650s. It depicts the
moment when two gentlemen, arrived in a boeierjacht, are rowed to the ship. The Hasewint was one
of the smaller vessels in the fleet of the Dutch Republic and belonged to the Amsterdam squadron in
that fleet. For a long time, Hendrick Dubbels’ work stood in the shadow of more famous
contemporaries such as the marine painters Willem van de Velde the Younger and Ludolf
Backhuysen. This painting shows that he was an excellent craftsman too, who knew how to capture
ships and maneuvers at sea in oil paint
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