Willem van de Velde the Younger
(Dutch, 1633 - 1707)
This person is associated with: Dutch Golden Age

Dutch marine painter, son of Willem van de Velde the Elder and brother of Adriaen van de Velde. In 1673, he moved to London with his father who was commissioned by King Charles II to paint sea battles. The father drew and the son painted. Much of van der Velde's works consist of views of various sailing craft off the coast of Holland. The ships were portrayed with great accuracy and remain a valuable source of 17th century maritime precision to this day.

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Name:Willem van de Velde the Younger
Dates:1633 - 1707
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Top owners of works by this artist
National Maritime Museum - London(United Kingdom - Greenwich)47 artworks
National Gallery - London(United Kingdom - London)16 artworks
Private collection12 artworks
Wallace Collection - London(United Kingdom - London)8 artworks
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam(Netherlands - Amsterdam)8 artworks
Royal Collection Trust (UK) - Buckingham Palace(United Kingdom - London)5 artworks
Civic Collections - United Kingdom(United Kingdom)5 artworks
Royal Collection Trust (UK) - Windsor Castle(United Kingdom - London)5 artworks
Government Art Collection - UK(United Kingdom - London)5 artworks
Ham House - National Trust(United Kingdom - Richmond)4 artworks
Yale Center for British Art(United States - New Haven, Connecticut)4 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1707).

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