This is a picture of Appleton's squadron exiting Livorno harbor, with the small 3rd Rate Bonaventure leading the column. The Dutch are crossing, in a position to "cross the T". This was from a run of my Battle of Livorno scenario in Privateers Bounty.
In the distance, to the left, is Badiley's squadron, quite some distance away. Badiley had hoped to arrive before Appleton left port, so he could draw the Dutch away from the harbor mouth and join forces with Appleton. Tromp was able to perform this maneuver in 1653, when he drew the blockading English away from the Texel, and allowed Witte de With and his squadron to set sail. Instead, in the real battle, Appleton left Livorno prematurely, was defeated, and Badiley never closed for battle. He only exchanged fire at long range, and then retreated.
This picture is from the Dutch perspective, and shows Appleton's squadron exiting from the harbor at Livorno. The Dutch squadron had been anchored offshore, waiting for Appleton to leave. The Dutch had exerted diplomatic pressure on the English, so that the Duke of Tuscany ordered the English to leave.