English Man-of-War | Isaac Sailmaker | 1721
Isaac Sailmaker (born Isaac Zeilmaker in Scheveningen, Dutch Republic, 1633; died in London on 28 June 1721) was a Dutch marine painter of the Baroque period who had a long artistic career in Britain.
A contemporary of the better-known Dutch marine painters, the van der Veldes, Sailmaker was eclipsed by them when they moved to London in the 1670s, but he outlived them and was still painting into his eighties. He was one of Britain's earliest marine painters, earning the soubriquet "the father of British sea painting".
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