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A Dutch Delft blue and white octagonal maritime plaque, mid-18th century
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PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

A Dutch Delft blue and white octagonal maritime plaque, mid-18th century
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A Dutch Delft blue and white octagonal maritime plaque, mid-18th century
painted with three sailing ships at sea with further ships in the distance, to the right a figure stands on a quayside, the raised moulded frame painted with flowering branches and diaper panels, pierced twice for hanging,
28cm., 11in. wide
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The painters of maritime subjects in Dutch Delftware would use contemporary prints and engravings as their source, such as those produced by engraver Adolf van der Laan (1690-1745). As is sometimes the case in maiolica painting, elements from several print sources were often combined, making identification of vessels difficult. For further plaques and wares decorated with this theme see Robert D. Aronson and Birte Abraham, In the Eye of the Beholder, Perspectives on Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2011, pp. 72-81, nos. 40-44.

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