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The Battle of Livorno by Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman (c. 1623/4-1664) oil on canvas, 1653-1664. A painted sheet of paper at the lower left describes the subject : the battle between the Dutch and English fleets off the Italian port of Livorno (Leghorn). Victory brought the Dutch control over trade in the Mediterranean. Nooms almost certainly painted the canvas for the Chamber of Levantine Trade in Amsterdam.

The Battle of Livorno by Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman (c. 1623/4-1664) oil on canvas, 1653-1664. A painted sheet of paper at the lower left describes the subject : the battle between the Dutch and English fleets off the Italian port of Livorno (Leghorn). Victory brought the Dutch control over trade in the Mediterranean. Nooms almost certainly painted the canvas for the Chamber of Levantine Trade in Amsterdam. Stock Photo
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World History Archive / Alamy Stock Photo

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DYEB3H

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60 MB (2.1 MB Compressed download)

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5901 x 3554 px | 50 x 30.1 cm | 19.7 x 11.8 inches | 300dpi

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7 March 2014

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The Battle of Livorno by Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman (c. 1623/4-1664) oil on canvas, 1653-1664. A painted sheet of paper at the lower left describes the subject : the battle between the Dutch and English fleets off the Italian port of Livorno (Leghorn). Victory brought the Dutch control over trade in the Mediterranean. Nooms almost certainly painted the canvas for the Chamber of Levantine Trade in Amsterdam.