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DIEGO RODRIGUEZ DE SILVA Y VELASQUEZ. 
20. Portrait of Philip IV. of Spain. 




SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 
93. Portrait of a Burgomaster. 




» FRANS HALS (the elder). 
The Captain. 



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TITIAN. 


23. Portrait of a Man. 


JACOPO DA BASSANO. 
24. Portrait of a Venetian Lady. 




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DAVID TENIERS (the younger). 

Interior of a Farm-House and Barn Adjoining it. 


120 . 



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PETER PAUL RUBENS. 
33. The Marriage of St. Catherine. 



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HALL 


JACOB VAN RUISDAEL. 
64. “Le Chateau Fort.” 



TITIAN. 


266. Portrait of Philip II. of Spain. 



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SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 

83. Portrait of a Lady of the Spinola Family. 


SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 

61. Portrait of a Burgomaster. 




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HALL 


ORN at Leyden, July 15, 
1607; died at Amsterdam, 
buried, October 8, 1669. 

Subject painter and etcher. 
His father, Harmen Gerritz- 
soon van Ryn, (Harman of 
the Rhine) was a rich miller 
and his mother, Neeltgen 
Willems van Suyddtbrock, was the daughter of a baker. 
Loving art more than books his father allowed him to take 
up that study and he was apprenticed for three years to 
Jakob Isaacz van Swanenburch, a painter who lived in 
Leyden, after this he had six months of study under 
Pieter Lastman. 1627 is the date of his earliest signed 
work. In 1630 he moved to Amsterdam where the rest of 
his life was spent, for he was no traveller, never going out 
of his own country and only visiting a few places in that. 
His first wife was Saskia van Uilenburgand his portraits 
of her are among his finest works. Late in life for his 
second wife he married Hendrickie Stoffels, a woman who 
had been a servant in his family. At his home in Am- 
sterdam he had collected many valuable Italian and 
Dutch paintings besides armor, porcelain, etc., here he 
had his studio and numerous pupils. Saskia died in 1643 
and he and his son Titus continued to live in the same 
house until 1656, when both house and contents were 



REMBRANDT, 

Harmensz. 
van Rjm (Rijn) 

Dutch School. 


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DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
Flemish School. 


forced to be sold to satisfy his creditors, and he, for the 
rest of his life, was obliged to live in comparative poverty. 
Rembrandt was a master of chiaroscuro and in this he has 
never been surpassed. His etchings are almost as cele- 
brated as his paintings. 

I. 

HEAD OF MAN. 

On panel, 15^ x 




ORN at Antwerp, March 
1599; died in London, De- 
cember 9, 1641. Portrait 
painter. His father was ^ 
merchant and his mother, 
Cornelia Kersboom, was 
known for her genius 
painting flowers. He was 
first placed under Hendrik van Balen, afterwards with 

Rubens and proved to be his most eminent pupil. With the 

latter he made great progress, being able to assist him io 
his pictures. Although a great painter of religious sub- 
jects, his best work will be found among his portraits. lo 
the first period of his work he seems to have been in- 
fluenced by the simple vigor of his master Rubens, then 
during his stay in Italy we may trace the pompous style 
and intensity of coloring that he gained from Titian’s 
pictures. It was only when he went to England to live 
that he assumed an independent style and attained that 
refinement in his work which fitted him so pecuUarly to 
be a painter of the upper classes. In 1630 Charles I- 
invited him to England and in 1632 he obeyed the sum- 
mons. The king and queen sat for their portraits and be 
painted the great picture of the Royal Family, now 
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JACOPO TINTORETTO. 
17. Portrait of a Venetian Doge. 



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II. Portrait of a Dutch Gentleman. 




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CORNELIS DE VOS (the elder). 
27. Portrait. 





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Windsor. The same year he was knighted and appointed 
court painter, receiving the following year a pension of 
£200. He afterwards painted 19 protraits of the king, 17 
of the queen and many of their children. 

PORTRAIT OF ELISABETH, DUCHESS OF 
LENOX AND RICHMOND. 

On canvas, circular, 29 % in diameter. 

From the Scinderstead Court Collection. 


ORN at Paris, October 10, 
1656; died there, March 20, 
1746. History and portrait 
painter. His father having 
settled at Antwerp he be- 
came a pupil of Ant. Goubau 
in that city. In 1674 he went 
to England and under Sir 

Peter Lely’s instruction he restored pictures of the old 
masters at Windsor. He went to Paris in 1678 and dur- 
ing the next six years he made a great reputation for him- 
self as a portrait painter; returning to England he was 
fortunate enough to have James II. and his queen as 
sitters. His works were very numerous, he being credited 
with painting some fifteen hundred portraits. He was re- 
ceived into St. Luke’s Guild in 1672, member of the 
Academy in 1686, professor in 1705, rector in 1722, and 
chancellor in 1743- 

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A LADY OF THE COURT OF LOUIS XV. 

On canvas, 31 x 2454* 



LARGILLIERE, 

Nicolas. 

French School. 


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NATTIER, born. 1642; died, X705. Portrait painter. Father and 
French School, Marc Nattier, a history and portrait 


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^rtrait of a young lady 

On canvas, 31 ^ x 24 3 /^. 


PONTANGE. 

See No. 3. „ 32 x 26 ^ 

From the Collection of the Marquis de Ruebel. 




RIGAUD, 

Hyacinthe. 
French School. 



ORN at Perpignan, July 
^^595 died at Paris, Decern 
ber 29, 1743. History an< 
portrait painter. Pupil o 
Pezet, Verdier and Ranc. H< 
won the Grand Prix in 1682 
His earlier paintings weri 
throucyfi ^ ^ ^ ^ larger compositions, b u 

gave up this side'*S*h!s°^k ^d 

painter. Rigaud hao k became solely a portrai 

such an expression of « k i- Dyck, he impartet 

raodels, that it mav he dignity to all his 

tously." MembJ ot aSi^ 

^«»r, .,33, Order ,t St. MiclJ^l, 7 “’, 

PORTRAIT OP 
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MEYNDERT HOBBEMA. 


86. Grand Landscape. 




JACOPO TINTORETTO. 
34. Portrait of an Italian Nobleman. 


JACOPO TINTORETTO. 

50. Portrait of an Admiral of the Venetian Fleet. 




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PIETER DE HOOCH. 


Dutch Interior. 



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DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH 
GALLERY 


DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH GALLERY. 
North-west View. 



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DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH GALLERY, 
South-east View. 



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GIOVANNI BATTISTA MORONI. 


1 6. Portrait of a Venetian Senator. 




GONZALES COQUES. 
100. Portrait of a Dutch Family. 





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DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH 
GALLERY 


ORN at Antwerp, baptized, 
December 15, 1610; died at 
Perck, near Brussels, April 
25, 1690. Genre, landscape 
and portrait painter. Son and 
pupil of David the elder. 
Much influenced by Rubens 
and especially by Brouwer; 
he is considered the best of the Flemish genre painters 
and was in favor with the Archduke Leopold Wilhelm 
and with Don Juan of Austria, who was said to have stud- 
ied under him. He also received commissions from Philip 
IV. of Spain and from various courts in other countries. 
His first wife was the daughter of Jan Brueghel and the 
second, a daughter of the Secretary of State for Brabant, 
Isabelle de Fren. Master of Antwerp guild in 1632, its 
dean in 1644-45, court painter to Archduke Leopold Wil- 
helm, Governor of the Netherlands, and one of his cham- 
berlains. At the time he had charge of the Archduke’s 
gallery, he made copies of many of the pictures, and so 
closely imitated the different masters in their styles that 
he has been called “The Proteus of Painting.” These 
copies were engraved in 1660 and are known as the “Ten- 
iers’ Gallery.” He settled in Brussels between 1648 and 



TENIERS, 

David, (the younger) 
Flemish School. 


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1652, where he was received into the guild in 1675. In 
1663 was the chief mover in founding the Antwerp 
Academy. 

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THE SKITTLE PLAYERS. 

On panel, 15^ x 2754. 

Signed on the right. 

From the Dubois Collection. 




MURILLO, 

Bartolome Esteban. 
Spanish School. 


ORN at Seville, January 
1618; died there, April 3, 
1682. Subject painter. Juan 
del Castillo was his first mas- 
ter and from him he learned 
all the mechanical part of 
his art. When Castillo re- 
moved to Cadiz in 1639, Mur- 
illo supported himself by painting devotional pictures for 
colonial merchants, who shipped them to Trans-Atlantic 
Spain and thereby he accumulated enough money to go 
to Madrid in 1643 to make the acquaintance of Velasquez^ 
who helped him in many ways, obtaining permission for 
him to work in the Royal galleries where he copied the 
great masters. He returned to Seville in 1645 and painted 
a series of pictures for the Franciscan Convent which im- 
mediately made him a name and gave him many commis- 
sions. He was married in 1648. He had three manners 
or styles, the first, the so-called cold (frio) manner he 
gave up soon after 1648 and adopted his second, warm 
(calido) style, and afterwards, in producing his master- 
pieces for the Capuchin Convent near Seville and the Hos- 
pital de la Caridad of that city, he would alternate, ac- 
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PETER PAUL RUBENS. 
261. Portrait d’Homme, lui-meme. (?) 




NICOLAAS MAES. 


32. Portrait of a Lady. 


HANS HOLBEIN (the younger). 


252. 


Portrait of a Man. 




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SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 

1 1 3, Portrait of President Roose. 




AELBERT CUYP. 


go. Portrait of a Gentleman. 




cording to his subject, between these two, in what may 
be called his vaporous (vaporoso) style. His works are 
scattered all over Europe, for he was a most fertile artist. 
In his favorite subject. The Virgin of the Conception, the 
Rnest example of which is in the Louvre, he so far sur- 
passes all other painters that the name of “Painter of the 
Conception” has been bestowed on him. With the help 
of Valdes Leal and Herrera, the younger, he founded a 
public academy of art at Seville, January i, 1660. Charles 
II., the successor of Philip IV., appointed Murillo court 
painter, but could not succeed in inducing him to reside 
in Madrid, he continuing to live in Seville until he met 
his death, which was the result of a fall from a scaffold on 
which he was standing while painting the upper part of a 
picture of “The Marriage of St. Catherine.” 

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OUR LADY OF MADRID. 

On canvas, 39 x 2954* 

From the Collection of the Marquis du Blaisel. 

From the Collection of the Comtesse Lehon. 





ORN at Paris, November 2, CHARDIN, 

1699; died there, December Jean Baptiste Simeon. 
- A • r French School. 

6, 1779. A painter of genre. 


interiors and still-life. Pupil 
of Cazes and Noel Nicolas 
Coypel. He painted still-life 
until 1737 when he began 
making compositions with 
figures of children and other domestic scenes. His repu- 
tation was made by his pictures representing middle-class 


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LE NAIN, 

(The Brothers) Antoine, 
Louis, (called the 
Roman) and Mathieu. 
French School. 


life. In his later years he took up pastel work. Ad- 
mitted to the Academy in 1728, treasurer in 1755. 

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L’INSTRUCTION MATERNELLE. 

On canvas, 39J4 x 48^. 

From the Collection of Baron Rothschild. 


ORN at Laon, (Aisne) about 
1593. 1598, 1607. Painters 
of domestic and rural scenes. 
When Antoine became mas- 
ter in St, Germain des Pres, 
his brothers were his ap- 
prentices. Mathieu came to 
Paris in 1633 and here the 
three brothers lived together until they died. They were 
all received into the Academy in 1648. Antoine and Louis 
died two months later, May 26 and May 23. Mathieu, 
who excelled in portraiture, died April 20, 1677. 

10. 

THE CONCERT. 

On canvas, 25^4 x 3354 - 



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AELBERT CUYP. 
87. Portrait of a Lady. 



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JAN VERSPRONCK. 
T02. Portrait of a Young Dutch Lady. 


GERARD TERBURG. 

52. Portrait of Senora Alcida van Wassenaar. 




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JAN VAN MABUSE. 
51. Portrait of a Lady. 







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ORN at Delft, May i, 1567; 
died there, July 27, 1641. Por- 
trait and mythological paint- 
er. Pupil of WiUem Wil- 
lemsz, Augustyn, and of 
Blockland at Utrecht. 
Charles I. requested him to 
come to England to paint his 
portrait. Received a pension from the Archduke Al- 
brecht. He entered the guild of The Hague in 1625. 

II. 

PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH GENTLEMAN. 

On panel, 44 x 32 %. 



ORN at Bondo, near Albino, 
Province of Bergamo, about 
1523; died at Brescia, Feb- 
ruary 5, 1578. Portrait and 
subject painter. Pupil of 
Moretto, and Tassi says ‘‘one 
of the most successful fol- 
lowers of his style.” His al- 
tar-pieces are not as fine as his portraits, the latter com- 
paring well with any of his time. 

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PORTRAIT OF GIOVANNI ZOSI CATELLO. 

On canvas, 37 x 28 %. 



MIEREVELT, 

Michiel Janszen van. 
Dutch School. 


MORONI, 

Giovanni Battista. 
Venetian School. 


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LE BRUN, 

Mme. Marie Louise. 
Elisabeth, (n^e Vigde). 

French School. 


ORN at Paris, AprU i6, 1755 ; 
died there, March 30, 1842. 
Portrait, history and land- 
scape painter. Taught 
drawing by her father, who 
was a portrait painter, and 
by Briard ; painting by 
Doyen and Joseph Vemet; 
continued her education by study of the old masters at 
the Louvre. When she was sixteen she had already 
painted many portraits. She married early a picture 
dealer, named Le Brun. At the beginning of the Revo- 
lution she left Paris for Italy where she was made asso- 
ciate member of the Academies of Bologna and Par ma 
After this she visited Germany and Russia and before her 
return to France in 1801, she was made associate of the 
Academies of Berlin, St. Petersburg, Copenhagen and 
Geneva ; later she went to England, Holland and Switzer- 
land. She published her reminiscences in 1835, was made 
a member of the Academy of St. Luke in 1774 and of the 
French Academy in 1783. She achieved an enormous 
amount of work, being credited with 66a portraits, 200 
landscapes and 15 historical pictures. 

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YOUNG GIRL HOLDING A PIGEON. 

On canvas, 31^4 x. 2454* 

Formerly in the possession of Count Brucher. 




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BARTOLOME ESTEBAN MURILLO. 
8. Our Lady of Madrid. 



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AELBERT CUYP. 
1 14. A Little Girl. 


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GOVAERT FLINCK. 
1 19. Portrait of a Young Lady. 


FRANS HALS (the younger). 
81. Portrait of a Burgomaster. 






ORN at Dordrecht, i6ii; BQL 
died at Amsterdam, buried. Ferdinand. 
July 24, 1680. History, por- School, 

trait painter and etcher. He 
entered Rembrandt’s studio 
about 1630 and became a 
most successful imitator of 
his master. He lived most 
of his life in Amsterdam where, in 1653, he married Eliza- 
beth Dell. While his historical pictures and etchings 
were fine, in his portraits he excelled. 

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PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, 

On canvas, 1754 x isfi- 



ORN at Valenciennes, De- PATER 
cember 29, 1695* died at Jean Baptiste Joseph. 
Paris, July 25, 1736. Genre School, 

painter. Pupil of Watteau. 

While he followed his mas- 
ter closely in his choice of 
subjects, style and manner 
of work, he never quite 
equalled him. He was the son of a sculptor. Pater was 
a hard student and is said to have shortened his days by 
overwork. 

FETE CHAMPETRE, 

On canvas, 27J4 x 39. 



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MORONI, 

Giovanni Battista. 
See No. 12. 


TINTORETTO, 

Jacopo, (real name, 
Jacopo Robusti) Son of a 
silk dyer (tintore), whence 
called II Tintoretto. 
Venetian School. 


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PORTRAIT OF A VENETIAN SENATOR. 
On canvas, 41^ x 32. 




ORN at Venice, September 
29, 1518; died there, May 31^ 
1594. Studying first with 
Titian he afterwards left him 
with “the avowed intention 
of devoting himself to the 
union of the drawing of 
Michel Angelo with the col- 
oring of Titian.” He was not as successful as he thought 
to be, for in combining the two styles, he lost much of the 
delicacy and beauty of color found in the Venetian school, 
without achieving the result he had hoped for. He is one 
of the boldest painters that art has known. The great 
number of his pictures is amazing, but this can be ac- 
coiuited for, as the Venetians preferred oil paintings of 
an enormous size to cover the walls of their halls of state, 
to frescos. Tintoretto painted many of this kind, making 
compositions, which, while they are marvellous in light 
and shade and bold in drawing, are really little else than 
decorations. But after all he was more happy in his man- 
ner of treating portraits, which are celebrated for their 
fine color and great truthfulness. He fell from the lofty 
heights where he painted at his best, to become in time, 
merely a mercenary trade painter, but it is well to re- 
member that many of the inferior pictures attributed to 



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DAVID TENIERS (the younger). 
26a. The Card Players. 



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IL CANALETTO. 
257, View on a Canal. 



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GIOVANNI BATTISTA MORONI. 
12 . Portrait of Giovanni Zosi Catello. 



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him in European galleries are not genuine. Tintoretto 
had a daughter, Marietta Robusti, who acquired quite a 
reputation as a portrait painter. 

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PORTRAIT OF A VENETIAN DOGE. 

On canvas, 45 x 3854* 




18. 

PORTRAIT OF MADAME GEOFFREY. 
On canvas, 2754 x 23. 


ORN at Venice, 1712; died, 
1793. Architecture, land- 
scape and marine painter. 
Pupil of Canaletto. His 
works are often confounded 
with his master’s and while 
his subjects are similar, they 
may be easily distinguished, 
for they are painted with so much greater freedom. 

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VIEW OF VENICE, LA DOGANA. 

On canvas, 33 x 43^. 

Signed on a boat to the right, “F. G.” 




Xviii. CENTURY. 


GUARDI, 

Francesco. 
Venetian School. 


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VELASQUEZ, 


Diego Rodriguez 


de Silva y. 
Spanish School. 



ORN at Seville, 1599; 
at Madrid, August 7, 1660. 
His father, Juan Rodriguez 
de Silva, and his mother, 
Dona Geronima Velasquez, 
were both members of the 
Sevillan hidalgos or inferior 
nobility, he according to an 


Andalusian custom, being generally known by his mother’s 
name. His first work was done under Herrera el Viejo, 
a painter of Seville, with him however, he stayed but a 
short time, taking as his second master Pacheco, with 
whom he studied five years; at the end of that time, 1618, 
he married Juana de Miranda, his teacher’s daughter. In 
1622 he went to Madrid with Pacheco, who introduced 
him to the important Sevillans at the court, but at this 
time no meeting with the king was accomplished, the 
next year however, he was invited back by Olivares, who 
induced the king to sit to Velasquez for his portrait, 
which proved a great success. From this time on for 
nearly forty years he enjoyed the friendship and patron- 
age of Philip IV. His life may be said to have been one 
long triumph. He was made Painter to the King, Keeper 
of the Wardrobe, Usher of the Royal Chamber, Chamber- 
lain, and a Knight of the Order of Santiago, places were 
also bestowed on his relations and friends. In 1629 he 
travelled abroad with recommendations from the king, 
and wherever he went received almost royal honors. He 
visited Italy again in 1649 when he painted his famous 
portrait of Pope Innocent X. He returned to Madrid iu 
1651, when the king again bestowed more honors on him- 
Richard Ford says: “It is impossible to estimate Vales- 
quez without going to Madrid. On seeing him in this, 
the richest gallery in the whole world, the first impres- 
sion of his masculine power and universality of talent i^ 


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JACOPO DA BASSANO (called the elder). 
35. Portrait of Hermolaus Zane. 


JAN VERKOLJE. 
124. A Lawyer in his Study. 


HtRMOLAv/S 






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31 . Danae. 


TITIAN. 



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irresistible. It is the reality more than the imitation of 
iitc and nature, and in every varied form.” 

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PORTRAIT OF PHILIP IV. OF SPAIN. 

On canvas, 46 x 35. 

Towrl^* Collection of the Earl of Shrewsbury, Alton 

From the Collection of the Comtesse de Laval. 

From the Collection of M. E. Secretan. 



ORN at Bassano, 1510; died 
there, February 13, 1592. 
One of the earliest Italian 
genre painters. Son and pu- 
pil of Francesco da Ponte, 
the elder; afterward pupil 
of Bonifazio Veneziano, and 
_ ^ ^ it is said, later of Titian. He 

ad four sons and many scholars, all of whom helped him 
his work, 
ai. 

Portrait. 

Cn canvas, 48^ x 3654. 


BASSANO, 

Jacopo da. (called the 
elder. Real name, 
Jacopo da Ponte) 
Venetian School. 



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HOOCH, 

(Hooghe) Pieter de. 
Dutch School. 


TITIAN, 

( Real name, Tiziano 
Vecelli or Vecellio) 
Venetian School. 


ORN at Rotterdam about 
1632', died at Haarlem (?), 
1 68 1. A genre painter, 
strongly influenced in his 
work and style by Karel 
Fabritius and Rembrandt. 
His pictures were often com- 
posed of two rooms, one in 

brilliant sunlight, the other in shadow. He worked at 
Delft and entered the guild there in 1655 and possibly also 
at Haarlem. 

22. 

DUTCH INTERIOR. 

On canvas, 31% x 38%. 

From the Collection of Sir Ch. Robinson. 

ORN at Pieve di Cadore, 
1477; died in Venice, Au- 
gust 27th, 1576. Subject 
painter. He learned the rudi- 
ments of his art at Cadore 
where a Madonna in fresco 
at the Casa Vallenzasco is 
shown as his earliest work- 
At nine or ten he went to Venice and was apprenticed 
by his uncle, Antonio Vecelli, to an unknown artist, po^" 
sibly, Seb. Zuccato. He was frequently in the work- 
shops of Gentile and Giovanni Bellini and here it 
that he met Palma and Giorgione; from this time he be- 
gan to decorate house fronts and paint Madonnas. I** 




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GIOVANNI BATTISTA MORONI. 


38. Portrait of a Young Man. 



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NICOLAAS KOEDYCK. 
70. Dutch Interior. 


JAN DAVIDSZ DE HEEM. 
57- Fruit Piece. 




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BARTOLOME ESTEBAN MURILLO. 
39. Portrait of the Artist. 




ISII Titian entered the service of Alfonso I. Duke of Fer- 
rara, for whom he painted the “Christ of the Tribute 
Money,” now in the Dresden Gallery. Titian’s life was 
a very uneventful one and was spent in work at Venice, 
Mantua, Ferrara, Padua, etc. In 1530 and 1532 he went 
to Bologna, where he met Charles V. who created him 
Count Palatine and Knight of the Golden Spur by letters 
patent, giving him many privileges and sitting to him 
for his portrait. “Taken in their totality, Titian’s pic- 
tures fairly entitle him to be called the greatest of all 
painters; for while others may have surpassed him in 
single qualities, none have equalled him in general mas- 
tery.” 

33. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. 

On canvas, 42 x 36. 

Signed on the left; “Titianus” and inscribed Anno 
Aetatis XXIV. 

From the Collection of King Charles I. 

24. 

PORTRAIT OF A VENETIAN LADY. 

On canvas, 40J4 x 34}^. 

From the Collection of the Duke of Roxeburghe. 
Mentioned in Benson’s “Venetian Painters.” 

25. 

THE QUEEN OF BOHEMIA. 

On panel, 25 x 21^. 


BASSANO, 

Jacopo da. 

See No. 21. 


MIEREVELT, 

Michicl Janszen van. 
See No. ii. 


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HALS, 

Frans, (the elder) 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Antwerp, 1584; died 
at Haarlem, August 26, i666. 
Portrait and genre painter. 
Studied under Karel van 
Mander. Of all the artists 
of his native country, he has 
only been surpassed by Van 
Dyck. He was a rapid 
painter and gained much of the freshness and purity in 
his color from this cause. He was the teacher and founder 
of a national style, and one of the greatest portrait 
painters. According to Houbraken, “he was addicted to 
drunkenness and consequently never prosperous despite 
his long and active life and his unusual talent, which ex- 
cited Van Dyck’s admiration.” In 1664 he was reduced 
to want and supported by the municipality and pensioned 
He had seven sons, five of whom were painters, jjis 
works can best be studied in the Council House at Haar- 
lem, where there are eight great portrait groups. 

26. 

THE CAPTAIN. 

On panel, 52^^ x 34 

Inscribed above on the right: “Aetatis suae 43, Anno 

1624.” 

Signed F. H. connected. 




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MICHIEL JANSZEN VAN MIEREVELT. 
46. Portrait of the Artist’s Wife. 



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GABRIEL METSU. 
59. “Twelfth Night.” (“Le Roi Boit.”) 



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JAN VAN RAVESTEYN. 
79. Portrait of a Young Lady. 


FERDINAND BOL, 
14. Portrait of a Gentleman. 




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ORN at Hulst, 1585; died at 
Antwerp, May 9, 1651. His- 
tory and portrait painter. 
Pupil of David Remeeus. He 
had two notable pupils with 
whom he is often confound- 
ed, Jean Cossiers and Simon 
de Vos. He was the friend 
of Van Dyck, to whose school he belonged. Master of the 
guild of Antwerp in 1608, its Dean from 1619-20. 


VOS, 

Comelis dc. (the elder) 
Flemish School. 


27 - 

PORTRAIT. 

On canvas, 34^^ x 45. 





ORN at Monticelli, near 
Florence, 1502 or 1503; died 
at Florence, November 23, 
1572. Portrait, history and 
fresco painter. Pupil of Raf- 
faelino del Garbo and of 
Jacopo da Pontormo, whom 
he assisted in some of his 


BRONZINO, 

Agnolo, (real name, 
Agnolo or Angiolo di 
Cosimo Allori, but com- 
monly called II Bronzino) 
Florentine School. 


work. His portraits are among the finest of the XVI. 
century. His painting shows him an admirer of Michel 
Angelo. 


28. 

PORTRAIT OF LORENZO DI MEDICI. 
On panel, 24 x 1854. 


25 


LELY, 

Sir Peter, (real name, 
Peter van der Faes) 
Flemish School. 


BRAY, 

Jan de. 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Soest, 1617; died at 
London, November 30, 1680. 
Portrait painter. Pupil of 
Pieter de Grebber, of Haar- 
lem. He came to England 
with William of Orange in 
1643 and studied the works 
of Van Dyck so closely,that 
at that time, his portraits were very like them. For thirty- 
years he was the chief portrait painter of England. 
Charles II. knighted him and made him court painter. 

29 - 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, oval, 29 x 2454* 

BORN at Haarlem; died there, buried, December 4, 1697. 
History and portrait painter. Influenced by Frans Hals 
and Rembrandt. 



30. 

PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH ADMIRAL. 
On canvas, 39^4 x 3 ij 4 - 



a6 


SIR PETER LELY. 
239. A Lady of the Court of Charles II. 



43 




SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 
6o. Adoration of Shepherds. 



44 



GERARD VAN HONTHORST. 

43. The Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia, Daughter of 
Philip II. of Spain, and Governess of the Low Countries. 



45 



31 - 

DANAE. 

On canvas, 54 x 65. 

This painting was owned by Louis, Due d* Orleans 
who inherited the collection of his father, Philip the Re- 
gent, and caused many of his pictures which represented 
the nude to be either destroyed by cutting or sold. The 
above picture was one of those which were cut, the marks 
are still visible. 

Signed ‘‘Titianus” fecit. 

From the Orleans Collection. 

From the Collection of the Earl of Pembroke. 

From the Collection of J. L. Markeron, Esq. 

Exhibited at the Venetian Art Exhibit, London, 1894-95. 
Repetitions of the same subject painted by Titian are in 
the museums of St. Petersburg, Vienna and Naples. 

ORN at Dordrecht, 1632; 
died at Amsterdam, 1693. 
Genre and portrait painter. 
Pupil of Rembrandt. During 
his residence at Antwerp he 
was much influenced by the 
Flemish masters in that city, 
it was there that he was in- 
timate with Jordaens and there, too, that he painted his 
celebrated genre pictures, in which he seldom introduced 
more than one or two figures in the composition. It was 
during the later years of his life that portrait painting 
appealed to him beyond his earlier love for genre work. 

33 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 4514 x 38 ^. 



TITIAN. 

(Tiziano Vecellio). 
See No. 23 . 


MAES, 

(Maas) Nicolaas. 
Dutch School. 


27 


RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 
Flemish School. 


ORN at Siegen, Westpha- 
lia, June 29, 1577; died at 
Antwerp, May 30, 1640. He 
was placed under Tobias 
Verhaegt at Antwerp, but 
left him to work with Adam 
van Noort for a short time, 
he then spent four years 
with Otto van Veen, who declared he could teach him no 
more. He worked at his art and instructed his pupils as 
long as he lived. In 1600 he went to Venice and attracted 
the notice of the Duke of Mantua, Vincenzo Gonzaga I. 
by his copies after Titian and Giorgione and was ap- 
pointed court painter by him. In July, 1601, the Duke 
sent Rubens to Rome to copy pictures for his gallery, 
giving him a letter of recommendation to the Cardinal 
Montalto. He returned to Mantua in 1603 and in March 
he was sent to Spain by the Duke with presents for the 
king. He returned in 1604 after having painted a num- 
ber of pictures, one of which is now in the Madrid Mu- 
seum. After this he made various journeys to Rome, 
Genoa and Antwerp. In i6og the Archduke Albert made 
Rubens his court painter, gave him a gold chain and 
medal and accorded him many privileges. In 1624 Philip 
IV. of Spain ennobled him, and the Archduchess Isabella 
made him her gentleman in waiting. In 1627 she sent 
him to England with the title of ambassador, to act as 
mediator in negotiating peace between that country and 
Spain. 1628 saw him again in Spain, where he was treated 
with great honor by the king, and it was at this time that 
Rubens became intimate with Velasquez. After a short 
visit to Antwerp he went in 1629, as ambassador to 
Charles I. painted his portrait and was created by him 
Knight of the Grolden Spur in 1630. Rubens is famous for 
his exceeding beautiful color, this art of color he carried 



28 


ADRIAAN VAN OSTADE. 
96. Peasants Merry-Making. 


JAN VAN DER CAPELLE. 
130. A Sea View. 




46 






I 


THOMAS DE KEYSER. 

94. Portrait of Siebert Staden, Burgomaster of 
Cologne. 



47 



THOMAS DE KEYSER. 

84. Portrait of the Wife of the Burgomaster, Siebert 

Staden. 



48 



to its highest pitch. The demand for his work was so 
great that he instructed some of his disciples to assist 
lum in his pictures; this probably brought him more 
riches but certainly added nothing, rather took away from 
his reputation, as necessarily the work was not of as high 
an order as those paintings entirely executed by his own 
hands. Over two thousand pictures are accredited to 
Rubens, among the greatest may be named “Elevation of 
the Cross,” 1610; “Descent from the Cross,” 1611, both 
of which are in the Antwerp Cathedral; “The Last Judg- 
ment, in the Munich Gallery, his largest picture ; and 
“St. Ildefonso,” in the Museum of Vienna, regarded by 
some as his master-piece. He was twice married, first 
to Isabella Brandt in 1609, she died in 1626. In 1630 he 
married Helena Fourment, whose beauty he evidently 
admired for she appears numberless times in his paint- 
ings as a nymph, goddess and in many other ways. 

33 - 

THE MARRIAGE OF ST. CATHERINE. 

On canvas, 30^4 x 44 - 

From the Collection of Sir Ch. Robinson. 


34 - 

PORTRAIT OF AN ITALIAN NOBLEMAN. 
On canvas, 45*4 x 39. 




35 - 

PORTRAIT OF HERMOLAUS ZANE. 

On canvas, 40^ x 34. 

Inscribed above on the left, “Hermolaus Zane.” 
“Praetor Patavy Anno M.D.C. VII.” 


TINTORETTO, 

Jacopo. 

See No. 17. 


BASSANO, 

Jacopo da. (called the elder) 
See No. 21. 


29 


LELY. 

Sir Peter. 
See No. 29. 


LARGILLIERE, 

Nicolas. 
See No. 3. 


MORONI, 

Giovanni Battista 
See No. 12 


MURILLO, 

Bartolom6 Esteban. 

See No. 8. 


LE BRUN, 

Mme. Marie L»ouisc 
Elisabeth. 
See No. 13. 


BRONZINO, 

Agnolo. 
See No. 28. 


36. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 
On canvas, 28 x 22^. 


37 * 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY, 

On canvas, oval, 29^ x 2354, 

38. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. 
On canvas, 40^ x 31^. 

From the Doria Palace, Genoa. 


39 - 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. 

On canvas, 30^4 x 24^. 

From the Collection of Sir Ch. Robinson. 

ysbr 


40. 

PORTRAIT OF MADAME ELIZABETH DE 
FRANCE. 

On canvas, 36 x 28. 

From the Collection of Baron Beumonville. . 

Exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, Universal Ex- 
hibition, Paris, 1878, 

y^ 

41 - 

BUST OF A YOUNG MAN. 

On panel, 2754 x 2 iJ 4 - 


30 


CORNELIS DE VOS (the elder). 
131. Portrait of a Young Lady. 



49 





132. 


245- 


GIOVANNI BATTISTA TIEPOLO. 
Biblical Subject. 


JAN VAN OS. 
Flowers and Fruit. 




50 



NICOLAAS MAES. 


io6. A Nurse and Child. 


V 



51 


ORN at Venice, October i8, 
1697; died there, April 20, 
1768. Architecture, land- 
scape and marine painter. 
Son of Rinaldo Canale, a 
painter of theatrical scenery. 
He studied under and helped 
his father in the same busi- 
ness. He went to Rome about 1719, painting some of its 
architectural ruins and studying the antique, then return- 
ing to Venice he devoted his time to painting views of 
that most picturesque city. He produced many pictures, 
but some assigned to him were in reality painted by his 
pupils, Bellotto and Guardi. In some of his paintings 
the figures were put in by Tiepolo. 

42. 

VIEW OF DOGANA VECCHIA, VENICE. 

On canvas, 23^ x 37. 






studied in Rome the pictures 
of Caravaggio. He takes his 
name, Gherardo dalle Notti, 
from the fact that he painted so many night scenes il- 
luminated by torch or candle-light. From 1619-20 he 
painted at the court of King Frederic in Prague, and 


ORN at Utrecht, November 
4, 1590; <lied there, April 27, 
1656. History, genre and 
portrait painter. Pupil of 
Abraham Bloemart and also 


31 


CANALETTO, 

II. (real name, Antonio 
Canal or Canale ; also in 
Italy known as II Tonino) 
Venetian School. 


HONTHORST 

Gerard van. 

Dutch School 


DOSSI, 

Battista. 
Lombardo- Fcrraresc 
School. 


MOR, 

(Moro) 
van Dashorst 
Antonis. 
Dutch School. 


afterwards for Charles I. in England. From 1645-50 he 
worked for the Prince of Orange and painted some pic- 
tures from Danish history for the King of Denmark, and 
later still some portraits for Frederic William, Elector of 
Brandenburgh. He is an imitator of Caravaggio, Correg- 
gio, Rubens and Mierevelt. He was free of the Utrecht 
guild in 1623 and at The Hague in 1637. 

43 - 

THE INFANTA ISABELLA CLARA EUGENIA 
DAUGHTER OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN, AND GOV- 
ERNESS OF THE LOW COUNTRIES. 

On canvas, ^ 6 % x 36. 

From the Collection of the Duke of Marlborough, at 
Blenheim Palace. 

DIED, 1548. A noted painter and brother of Giovanni 
Dossi, a subject painter. 

44 - 

PORTRAIT OF A GENERAL IN ARMOR. 

On canvas, 4654 x 38. 


ORN at Utrecht about 1512 ; 
died at Antwerp between 
1576 and 1578. History and 
portrait painter. Pupil of 
Jan Schoreel. He visited 
Italy and on his return in 
1549 he was recommended 
by the Cardinal Granvella to 

Charles V. and was sent by him to Madrid, then to Lisbon 
and to England in 1554- He afterwards entered the ser- 



32 


\ 


VAN DASHORST ANTONIS MOR. 
47. Portrait of Govert van Persyn. 



52 



CLAAS PIETERSZ BERCHEM. 
104. Departure for the Chase. 



WILLEM CLAASZ HEDA. 
1 12. Still Life. 







53 


HENDRIK VAN STEENWYCK (the younger). 
ii8. Interior of a Church. 



54 



vice of Philip II. going with him to Madrid, then return- 
ing to Brussels, where he was patroni2ed by the Duke 
of Alva. His portraits are considered much finer than 
his historical pictures. 

45 . 

PORTRAIT OF A NOBLEMAN, 

On panel, 15 x 12 %. 

46. 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST’S WIFE. 

On canvas, 43 x 32^. 

Inscribed on the right; Aetatis 53 A o dom. 1613. 


47. 

PORTRAIT OF COVERT VAN PERSYN. 

On panel, 26 x 22. 

Armories in the upper left hand comer and the inscrip- 
tion “1614,33.” 


48. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 
On canvas, 40 x 32 }^. 


y^ 

49 - 

PORTRAIT OF THE COUNTESS OF ROCHESTER. 
On canvas, 27 x 21 


50, 

PORTRAIT OF AN ADMIRAL OF THE VENETIAN 
FLEET. 

On canvas, 45 x 38. 


MIEREVELT, 

Michiel Janszcn van. 
See No. ii. 


MOR, 

( Moro) 

van Dashorst 

Antonis. 

See No. 45. 


LE BRUN, 

Mme. Marie Louise 
Elisabeth. 

See No. 13. 


LELY, 

Sir Peter. 
See No. 29. 


33 


TINTORETTO, 

Jacopo. 

See No. 17. 


MABUSE, 

(Mabusius, Malbodius, 
Maboggio, Mobugius) 
an van. (real name, Jan 
Gossart or Gossaert) 
Flemish School. 



try to go there. 


ORN at Maubeuge (Hain- 
ault) about 1470; died at 
Antwerp, 1541. History 
painter. Admitted to the 
guild in Antwerp in 1503 
where he worked until 1507, 
then went to Italy, he being 
the first artist of his coun- 


PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
On panel, 3854 * 32 * 


TERBURG, 

(Ter Borch) Gerard. 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Zwolle about 1615; 
died at Deventer, December 
8, 1681. Genre and portrait 
painter. In his early years 
a pupil of his father, Geert 
Terburg (1584-1662). In 
1635 he entered the guild in 
Haarlem and was under the 
influence of Frans Hals. In 1646-48 he became at Muns- 
ter, through the favor of the Spanish envoy, the painter 
of the diplomatic circle and produced the famous portrait 
group of the “Peace Congress.” Following the envoy 
to Madrid he had the king and many of the lords and 
ladies of the court for his sitters. Returning home he 
settled at Deventer, where he obtained the citizenship in 
1655 and afterwards was made burgomaster. His com- 
positions contain but few people and these are ladies and 
gentlemen attired in elegant clothes, which he excelled in 



34 


* 


DAVID TENIERS (the younger). 
7. The Skittle Players. 



55 


FRANCESCO GUARDI. 
19. View of Venice, La Dogana. 


WILLEM VAN DE VELDE (the younger). 
92. Naval Engagement. 


4 




56 


JACOB OCHTERVELT. 
77. Dutch Interior. 






j 



57 



reproducing. He painted small portraits but these are 
rarely seen in the galleries. There are only a few more 
than a hundred of his works and these are valued at a 
great price. 

53 - 

PORTRAIT OF SENORA ALCIDA VAN 
WASSENAAR. 

On canvas, 47 x 3554* 

From the Collection of Mrs. Fenwick. 

Exhibited Royal Academy, London, 1895. 

53 - 

SKETCH. 

On panel, 12^4 x 15. 

54- 

PORTRAIT OF ELEONORA D’ESTE. 

On tin, 9x7. 

From the Collingnoli Collection, Florence. 

55 - 

VIEW OF VENICE. 

On canvas, 30^ x 53^4. 

ORN at Tournus, (Saone- 
et-Loire) 1725; died at Par- 
is, 1805. Genre and portrait 
painter. Studied under 
Grandon in Lyons and at the 
Academy in Paris. In 1755 
his picture of the “Father 
Reading the Bible to His 
Children” was exhibited and greatly admired and at the 
close of the same year the Abb6 Goujenot took him to 



RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 

See No. 33. 

BRONZINO. 

Agnolo. 

See No. 28. 


GUARDI, 

Francesco. 

See No. 19. 


GREUZE, 

Jean Baptiste. 
French School. 


35 


HEEM, 

Jan Davidsz de. 
Dutch School. 


Italy. He made a fortune by his art but lost it in the 
Revolution. His style, no longer the fashion, the public 
left him to admire a newer man and money and friends 
both gone, his last years were passed in poverty and 
neglect. 

56. 

BUST OF A YOUNG GIRL. 

On canvas, 1754 x 14. 

Formerly in the possession of Count Brucher. 


ORN at Utrecht probably in 
1600; died at Antwerp be- 
tween October 14, 1683, and 
April 26, 1684. Fruit and 
flower painter. Son and pu- 
pil of David, the elder. He 
was the first to develop the 
art of fruit painting and was 
the best of this branch of art in the school to which he 
belonged. In the depth and richness of his coloring he 
sometimes approaches Rembrandt. His works are found 
in many celebrated museums and are very valuable. 

57 - 

FRUIT PIECE. 

On canvas, 15^x21. 




3 ^ 


JAN BRUEGHEL. 
244. The Market Place. 



58 



SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 
74- Portrait of a Genoese Nobleman. 


PAULUS MOREELSE. 
123. The Queen of Bohemia. 




59 

, -'I 




AGNOLO BRONZINO. 
62. Full Length Portrait. 



6o 



ORN at Amsterdam, 1621; 
died at Huister Mey near 
Utrecht before October 31, 
1664. Genre, landscape and 
animal painter. Pupil of Jan 
Micker, Abraham Bloemart 
and of Nicolaas Moeyaert. 
He went to Rome in 1643 and 
was employed by Cardinal Pamfili, afterwards Pope In- 
nocent X. On his return to Holland in 1647, he settled 
at Amsterdam and afterwards at Utrecht. He was an 
eminent Dutch painter. 

58. 

the family concert. 

On canvas, 53^4 x 68 . 

Signed and dated: J. B. Weenix, A. O., 1656. 




ORN at Leyden, 1630; died 
at Amsterdam, 1667, Por- 
trait and genre painter. Son 
of Jacob Metsu, a Fleming, 
living in Holland and who 
likely gave him his first in- 
struction. His style was evi- 
dently formed by studying 


the works of Gerard Dou, Frans van Mieris, Ter bur g» 
Jan Steen and Rembrandt. “These men were all super- 
ior to him in invention and the delineation of character, 
but Metsu obtained a grace of expression and an elegance 
in demeanor, which left him without a rival in the old 


WEENIX, 

( Weeninckx) Jan 
Baptista. 

Dutch School. 


METSU, 

Gabriel. 

Dutch School. 


37 



Dutch school.” He entered the guild of Leyden in 1648, 
but left there in 1650 to settle in Amsterdam. Was mar- 
ried in 1658. Given the freedom of the city in 1659. 

59 - 

^ “TWELFTH NIGHT.” (“LE ROI BOIT.”) 

^ On canvas, 1754x21. 

From the Collection of John Smith. 

From the Collection of Mr. Webb. 

From the Collection of P. Morton, 

Described in Smith’s Catalogue Raisonne", Vol. IV., page 
104, No. 98. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


60. 

ADORATION OF SHEPHERDS. 
On canvas, i6 x 33. 


DYCK. 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


61. 

PORTRAIT OF A BURGOMASTER. 

On canvas, 385^ x 49^- 

From the Collection of Sir Ch. Robinson. 




BRONZINO, 

Agnolo. 
See No. 28. 


62. 

FULL LENGTH PORTRAIT. 
On canvas, 45 x 

y2br 


BORN at Amsterdam. Marine painter. Pupil of Albert 
Cuyp. Was given the freedom of Amsterdam in 1653. 


CAPELLE, 

Jan van der. 
Dutch School. 


^ WINTER SCENE. 
On panel, 34^ x si^. 


38 


JAN VAN BYLERT. 
67. Portrait of a Lady. 



6i 




SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 
Head of a Man. 


65. 





AGNOLO BRONZINO. 
54. Portrait of Eleonora d’Este. 


122. 


PETER PAUL RUBENS. 
Portrait of the Brother of the Artist. 




63 




ORN at Haarlem, 1625 (?); 
died there, buried, March 14, 
1682. Landscape painter. 
Son and pupil of Izack van 
Ruisdael. He failed of recog- 
nition by his contemporar- 
ies and consequently acquir- 
ed little money from his art, 
and in 1681 he was so poor, that some of his fellow- 
members of the Mennonite sect asked the burgomaster 
of Haarlem to admit him to the public hospital. He was 
the greatest of the Dutch landscape painters and was an 
etcher as well. The figures in his landscapes are by Eg- 
lon van der Neer, Berchem, Vermeer, Adriaan van de 
Velde, Wouwerman and Lingelbach. In 1648 he became 
a member of the guild of St. Luke at Haarlem and in 
1659 he was given the rights of citizenship at Amsterdam. 

64. 

‘XE CHATEAU FORT.” 

On canvas, 26% x ig%. 

Signed below on a rock to the right, J. RuisdaeL 
From the Collection of A. Auguiot, 1875. 

From the Collection of Max Kann. 

65. 

HEAD OF A MAN. 

On canvas, ai x 26^. 




RUISDAEL, 

(Ruysdael) Jacob van. 
Dutch School. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


39 


CEULEN, 

(Kculen) Comelis 
Janson van. 
Dutch School. 


BYLERT, 

(Bylaert) Jan van. 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Amsterdam (?) 
about 1590; died between 
1662 and 1664. Portrait 
painter. At the first he 
painted in the Dutch school, 
but under Van Dyck, with 
whom he worked eight years 
at the court of Charles I. he 

showed very plainly the influence of the Flemish master. 
Was in England from 1618-48, then returned to his own 
country and settled in Utrecht. 

66 . 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. 

On panel, 30 x 2354* 



ORN at Utrecht; died there 
after 1669. Genre painter. 
Pupil of Abraham Bloc- 
maert. Went to France and 
Rome working there for a 
number of years, returning 
to Utrecht about 1630. His 
pictures are very rare. Mas- 
ter of the Utrecht guild in 1630, in 1632, and many times 
afterward, mentioned as its dean. 

67 - 

portrait OF A LADY. 

On panel, 25^4 x 22. 



40 


CORNELIS JANSON VAN CEULEN. 
66. Portrait of a Man. 



64 



CORNELIS JANSON VAN CEULEN. 
69. Portrait of a Lady. 



5 



65 



JUSTUS SUTTERMANS. 
71. Portrait of Count Fugger. 



66 




ORN at Leyden, April 7, DOU, 

1613 ; died there, buried, Feb- (I>ov, Dow, Douw) 

. Gerard. 

ruary 9, 1675. Genre painter. gchool. 

In 1622 he received his first 
instruction in drawing from 
the engraver, Bartholomeus 
Dolendo; in 1624 was ap- 
prenticed to the glass paint- 
er, Kouwenhoven, and in 1628 entered Rembrandt s stu- 
dio. His subjects were chosen from the family life of the 
middle and lower classes, many of these pictures are 
effects of the dusk or candle-light, which he was able 
to treat in a most skilful manner. 

68 . 

A HERMIT IN PRAYER. 

On panel, 17 x 13. 

Signed on the back of a book, G. Oou. 

From the Collection of Dr. Leroy d’Etiolles. 

69. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 47^4 ^ 

Inscribed below on the right, Aetatis Suae 44 . 1627 

born at Zaandam, 1681. Portrait and genre painter ROEDYCK, 
after the style of Pieter de Hooch. He was the last Nicolaas. 

Dutch painter of any importance belonging to the old Dutch School. 

period. 

70. 

DUTCH INTERIOR. 

On canvas, 30J4 * 24 /^* 


CEULEN, 

(Keulen) Cornells 
Janson van. 

See No. 66. 



4 * 


SUTTERMANS, 

(Sustcrmans) 
Justus (Joost) 
Flemish School. 


ORN at Antwerp, baptized, 
September 28, 1597; at 
Florence, April 23, 1681. 

Portrait painter. Pupil of 
Willem de Vos and in Paris 
of Frans Pourbus, the 
younger; was there three 
years, then went to Italy. At 

Florence, patronized by the Grand Dukes Cosimo II. and 
III. and Ferdinand II. From 1623-24 he was in Vienna 
and warmly received by the emperor, painting his por- 
trait and those of the royal family. In 1627 was called 
to Rome and painted the portrait of Pope Urban VII. In 
the service of the emperor at Innsbruck 1652-53, then 
returned to Florence. Rubens and Van Dyck were among 
his friends. 



71. 

PORTRAIT OF COUNT FUGGER. 
On canvas, 40 x 26. 




GOYEN, 

Jan van. 
Dutch School. 



ORN at Leyden, January 13, 
1596; died at The Hague, 
1656. Landscape and mar- 
ine painter. Pupil of Esaias 
van de Velde in Haarlem 
about 1616, having previous- 
ly studied imder other artists 
of no note. He made a tour 
through France then settled in Leyden and married in 


42 


GERARD DOU. 


68. A Hermit in Prayer. 


GERARD DOU. 
73. Rembrandt in his Studio. 




6 ? 




SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 
Portrait of Marie de Mcdicis. 


lOI. 




68 



SIR PETER LELY. 
141. Portrait of a Lady. 


r 



69 



i6i8. Went to The Hague to live in 1631 where he was 
made president of the guild in 1640. His daughter mar- 
ried the artist, Jan Steen. 

7a. 

LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGES. 

On panel, idj/i x 15. 

Sig^ned and dated 1626. 

73 - 

REMBRANDT IN HIS STUDIO. 

On panel, 2354 * 1654* 

Signed on the scroll. 

74. 

PORTRAIT OF A GENOESE NOBLEMAN. 

On canvas, 45 x 37. 

From the Collection of Sir Ch. Robinson. 

ORN at The Hague, 1572 
(?) ; died there, buried, June 
21, 1657. Portrait painter, 
showing great skill in his 
pictures of assemblies of 
magistrates and corpora- 
tions. Master of The Hague 
guild in 1615. 

75 - 

A DUTCH LADY. 

On canvas, 3554 27. 

Inscribed in the upper left hand comer, “Aetatis 20, 
1617.” 



DOU, 

(Dov, Dow, Douw) 
Gerard. 

Sec No. 68. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


RAVESTEYN, 

(Ravcstein) Jan van. 
Dutch School. 


43 


VERSPRONCK, 

(Vcrsprong) Jan. 
Dutch SchooL 



ORN at Haarlem, 1597 1 died 
there, buried, June 30, 1662. 
Portrait painter. Son of Cor- 
nells Engelszen Verspronck, 
a painter. Pupil of Frans 
Hals. Influenced in his later 
work by Rembrandt. Master 
of Haarlem guild in 163a. 


p^^rtrait of an old lady. 

On canvas, x 23 j 4 - 


OCHTERVELT, 

(Uchtervclt) Jacob. 
Dutch SchooL 



ORN at Rotterdam (?), 
flourished there second half 
of 17th century, died before 
1710. Genre painter. Sup- 
posed pupil of Frans van 
Mieris, the elder, also said 
to have been at the studio of 

- — • - - Berchem at the same time as 

Pieter de Hooch ; influenced by Metsu and Terburg. Men- 
tioned as member of Rotterdam guild in 1667-72. 


DyTCH INTERIOR. 
On canvas, 24 x 2 oj 4 * 


44 


JAN STEEN. 
117. Girl Frying Cakes. 



70 



AGNOLO BRONZINO. 


41. Bust of a Young Man. 


JACOB GERRITSZ CUYP. 
95. Portrait of a Lady Abbess. 






PETER PAUL RUBENS. 
246. Un Bey de Tunis. 



72 



78 . 

SHEEP SHEARING. WEENIX, 

On canvas, 23^4 X 29. (Weeninckx) 

Signed below on the left, “J. Wx.” Baptista. 

From the Collection of M. Pierard. 5 ®' 

From the Collection of Dr. Leroy d’Etiolles. 


79 - 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 
On panel, 41^ x 29. 

Inscribed on the right, Ao 1631. 

From G. Smith’s Collection. 


ORN at Utrecht, 1636; died HONDECOETER, 

at Amsterdam, April 3, 1695. (Hundekoeter) Melchior D . 
Animal and bird painter. 

Son and pupil of Gysbert 
Hondecoeter and his uncle 
Jan Baptista Weenix. He 
was a member of The Hague 
guild from 1659-63; in 1688 
he obtained the freedom of Amsterdam. 

80. 

POULTRY YARD. 

On canvas, 37^ x 45 3-5. 




RAVESTEYN, 

(Ravestein) Jan van. 
See No. 75. 


45 


HALS, 

Frans, (the younger) 
Dutch School. 


NEER, 

Aart van der. 
Dutch School. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


BORN at Haarlem between 1617 and 1633; died there af- 
ter 1669. Genre and still-life painter. Son and pupil of 
Frans, the elder. He copied many of his father’s pictures. 

81. 

PORTRAIT OF A BURGOMASTER. 

On canvas, 28 x 22^. 

Inscribed on the right: Aetatis Suae 32, Ao 1647. 

From the Collection of Prince Albert de Hohenzollem. 

BORN at Amsterdam, 1603; died there, November 9, 
1677. A landscape painter noted for his pictures of the 
setting sun and of moonlight. 

82. 

WINTER IN HOLLAND. 

On canvas, 22J4 x 30 / 4 - 
Signed with monogram. 

From the Collection of Ivan Tourgueneff. 

From the Collection of E. Rothan. 

83 - 

portrait OF A LADY OF THE SPINOLA 
FAMILY. 

On canvas, 4254 x 32 ]/^. 

From Sir H. Hawley’s Collection. 



46 


MICHIEL JANSZEN VAN MIEREVELT. 
243. Portrait of an Old Man. 



73 



PAULUS MOREELSE. 
105. Portrait of a Young Lady. 



74 



JAN VAN GOYEN. 

ras. A View of the Coast of Scheveningen. 


AART VAN DER NEER. 
Winter in Holland. 


8a. 




75 




BORN at Amsterdam, 1596 or 1597; died there, buried KRYSKR, 
November 19, 1679. History, genre and portrait painter. Thomas de. 
Rembrandt’s influence is seen in his portraits. The School, 

smaller works of this artist are his best. 

84. 

PORTRAIT OF THE WIFE OF THE BURGO- 
MASTER, SIEBERT STADEN. 

On panel, 42*^ x 32. 

Inscribed on the upper right hand corner : “Anno Aetatis 
Suae, 24, 1627. T. de Keyser,” Fecit. 




ORN at Dordrecht, 1575; CUYP, 
died after 1649. Portrait Jacob Gemtsi. 
and animal painter. Pupil 

butch School. 

o f Abraham Bloemaert. 

With Izak van Hasselt, Cor- 
nelis Tegelberg and Jacques 
Grief, he founded a guild of 
St. Luke in Dordrecht in 
1642. He was one of that group of masters who led 
Dutch art to its high development in the great genius of 
Rembrandt. 

85. 

PORTRAIT OF AN OLD LADY. 

On panel, 39^4 * 22^. 




47 


HOBBEMA, 

Mcyndcrt. (Minderhout, 
Meindert) 
Dutch School. 


CUYP, 

(Kuyp) Aelbert. 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Koeverden or at 
Amsterdam (?) 1638; died 
at Amsterdam, buried, De- 
cember 14, 1709. Landscape 
painter. He was the pupil 
and intimate friend of Ruys- 
dael and the two worked 
very much alike. Most of 
his paintings arc in England where he had much more 
honor than in his own land. Adriaan van de Velde, 
Philips Wouwerman and other artists often painted the 
figures in his pictures. He ^as one of the best of the 
Dutch landscape painters. 

86 . 

GRAND LANDSCAPE. 

On canvas, 39^^ x 52 
Signed and dated 1663. 

From the Collection of Th. Emmerson, 1835. 

From the Collection of A. Hope, 1894. 

Described in Smith’s Catalogue Raisonnc, Vol. VI. page 
149 - 




ORN at Dordrecht October, 
i6ao; died there, buried No- 
vember 6, 1691. Animal, 
landscape and marine paint- 
er. Son and pupil of Jacob 
Gerritsz Cuyp. His name 
was presented for member- 
_ - - ship in the regency of Dor- 

drecht to the Stadtholder William III. in 1673. He be- 
48 


JAN VAN RAVESTEYN. 
75. A Dutch Lady. 



?6 


MICHIEL JANSZEN VAN MIEREVELT 
III. Portrait of an Old Lady. 



77 










JAN DE BRAY. 
30- Portrait of a Dutch Admiral. 




78 



gan by painting still-life, birds, etc. and a few portraits 
which he signed A. C., afterwards he painted figures, 
cattle, meadows and winter scenes, which he signed with 
his whole name. Most of his pictures are to be found in 
England, where they are valued very highly. In his later 
pictures Claude is his only rival and he surpasses him in 
the glow of light he is able to diffuse over a canvas. 

87 - 

portrait OF A LADY. 

On panel, 25*4 x igj 4 . 

From the Salting Collection. 

88 . 

TWO ANGELS HOLDING A GARLAND OF FRUIT. 
On canvas, 52 x 57. 

From the Collection of Dr. Leroy d’Etiolles. 

BORN, 1590 or 1591 ; died between 1650 and 1656. 

89. 

BUST PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH OFFICER. 

On panel, 14J4 x 12. 


90. 

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
On panel, 25^ x ig%. 

From the Salting Collection. 



RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 

See No. 33. 


ELIAS, 

Nicolaes. 
Dutch School. 


CUYP, 

(Kuyp) Aelbert. 
See No. 87. 


49 


POURBUS, 

Frans, (the younger) 
Flemish School. 


VELDE, 

Willem van dc. 
(the younger) 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Antwerp, 1570; died 
at Paris, buried, February 
19, 1622. History and por- 
trait painter. Son and pupil 
of Frans, the elder; he was 
a finer painter than his 
father and his pictures are 
preferred to his. Free of the 

guild in 1591, court painter from 1600 to Vincenzo Gon- 
zaga L Duke of Mantua; from 1610 he flourished in 
France at the court of Henry IV. 

gi- 

BUST OF A GENTLEMAN ; SAID TO BE CHARLES 
V. 

On canvas, i 8 j 4 x 1454 - 





ORN at Amsterdam, 1633; 
died at Greenwich, England, 
April 6,1707. Marine painter. 
Son and pupil of Willem van 
de Velde, the elder, and pu- 
pil of Simon de Vlieger. His 
father in his early years was 
a sailor and his son often ac- 
companied him on his sea voyages, and with him entered 
the service of Charles II. of England in 1675. He re- 
turned to Holland in 1686 for a short time, being recalled 
to England by James II. He is the greatest marine 
painter of the Dutch school. 



50 


MELCHIOR D’HONDECOETER. 
8o. Poultry Y ard. 


JAN BAPTISTA WEENIX. 
78. Sheep Shearing. 




79 




JAN DONCKER. 
264. Family Group. 






8o 




DIRCK VAN SANTVOORT. 

1 1 5. Portrait of a Young Gentleman. 


0 



8i 







/ 


92. 

NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. 

On canvas, 22^ x 29^. 

Signed on a floating plank on the left: “W. V. Velde.” 
From the Collection of M. F. Niewenhuys. 

Engraved by Champollion. 


93 - 

PORTRAIT OF A BURGOMASTER. 
On canvas, 34^4 x 4654. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. a. 


94 - 

PORTRAIT OF SIEBERT STADEN, 

MASTER OF COLOGNE. 

On panel, 42J4 x 32. 

In the upper left hand corner are the family arms and 
the inscription, “Anno Aetatis Suae 1627,” and the signa- 
ture “T. de Keyser” fecit. 


BURGO- KEYSER, 

Thomas de. 

See No. 84. 


y5^ 


95 - 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY ABBESS. 

On panel, 27^4 x 22 ^ 4 - 

From the Collection of Van Yonkers, Holland. 


CUYP, 

Jacob Gerritss* 
See No. 85. 



51 


OSTADE, 

Adriaan van. 
Dutch School. 



ORN at Haarlem, i6io; died 
there, April 27, 1685. Genre 
painter and etcher. A fav- 
orite pupil of Prans Hals. 
After 1640 was under Rem- 
brandt’s influence. As a 
teacher he had many pupils, 
the famous Jan Steen being 


one of them. 


96. 

PEASANTS MERRY-MAKING. 

On panel, 22^4 x 31 

Signed below “A van Ostaden 1635.” 

From the Collection of Prince Liechtenstein. 
Engraved and described in “Kunstschatze Wien’s.” 




97. 

POURBUS, PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 
Frans, (the younger) On panel, 36*4x27^4* 

See No. 91. 




VICTORS, 

(Victoor, Fictoor) Jan. 

Dutch School. 


ORN about 1620; died at 
Amsterdam after December 
1672. History, genre, por- 
trait and landscape painter. 
He is thought to have been 
a pupil of Rembrandt about 
1635-40, his influence show- 
ing very plainly in Victors’ 



biblical compositions. 
52 




FERDINAND BOL. 


1 1 6. Portrait of a Dutch Lady. 







FRANS POURBUS (the younger). 
97. Portrait of a Lady. 


42. 


IL CANALETTO. 
View of Dogana Vecchia, Venice. 




83 



JACOPO TINTORETTO. 

263. Portrait of a Venetian Nobleman. 



84 





98 . 

A VILLAGE STREET SCENE. 

On canvas, 36 j 4 x 43^. 

ORN at Gouda, March 15, 
1548; died at Amsterdam, 
buried, August 8, 1616. Por- 
trait painter. Pupil of An- 
thonie van Montfoort in 
Delft, afterwards he went to 
Paris and Fontainebleau. 
Returning to Gouda he went 
from there to London in 1573 ; painted Queen Elizabeth 
and some of the members of her court in 1578 and in 1581 
he came to live in Amsterdam. 

99 - 

PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH LADY. 

On panel, 41 x 26^. 

ORN at Antwerp, i6i8; 
died there April i8, 1684. 
Portrait painter. Pupil of 
Peeter Brueghel, the 3rd, 
from 1626-27, afterwards of 
David Ryckaert, the elder, 
whose daughter he married 
in 1643. His portraits are 
nearly all small and imitate Van Dyck’s manner and from 
this he is sometimes called the “Little Van Dyck.” His 
backgrounds are nearly always painted by other artists. 
Was free of the guild in 1640, its president in 1665-66 and 
again from 1680-81. 




KETEL, 

Cornells. 
Dutch School. 


COQUES, 

(Cocx) Gonzales. 
(Gonsalve) 
Flemish School. 


53 


lOO. 

PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH FAMILY. 

On panel, 27^ x 2 o 54 - 

From the Collection of David Bailey, Esq. 

From the Saltmarshe Collection, 1846. 

From the A. Hope Collection, 1894. 

Described in Smith’s Catalogue Raisonne, No. 27. 


101. 

DYCK, PORTRAIT OF MARIE DE MEDICIS. 

Sir Anthony van. On canvaS, 45 X 33 * 

See No. 2. From the Collection of the Marquis de Gropallo, Genoa. 

102. 

VERSPRONCK, PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG DUTCH LADY. 

(Versprong) Jan. On canvas, X 4 oJ 4 * 

See No. 76. Pfungst Collection. 

ORN at Utrecht, 1571 ; died 
there, 1638. Portrait painter. 
Pupil of Mierevelt in Delft, 
Bnished his studies in Rome. 
Portraiture was his chief 
work but he painted a few 
historical and other subjects. 
“His style is noteworthy, as 
he was one of the forerunners of Rembrandt.” Member 
of the Coimcil and City Treasurer. Master of Utrecht 
guild in 1596. 

103. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On panel, 2654 x 2354. 



54 


AELBERT CUYP. 
265. Cattle Piece. 



85 


• 



I 


JAN VERSPRONCK. 
76. Portrait of an Old Lady. 




I 



86 



NICOLAAS MAES. 


260. Portrait of a Young Man. 


44 - 


BATTISTA DOSSI. 
Portrait of a General in Armor, 


'^1 5ci7' jX 




87 



ORN at Haarlem, baptized, 
October i6, 1620; died at 
Amsterdam, February 18, 
1683. Landscape, animal, 
history and portrait painter. 
Son and pupil of Pieter 
Claasz; pupil also of J. van 
Goyen, N. Moyaert, P. de 

Grebber, Jan Wils, whose daughter he married, and J. B. 
Weenix. In June, 1642, he entered the guild in Haarlem, 
working there until 1670, but finally settled in Amster- 
dam. He was more successful in his landscapes with 
figures and cattle than in any of the subjects he treated. 

104. 

DEPARTURE FOR THE CHASE. 

On canvas, 21*4 x 2354* 

From the Collection of M. E. May. 

105. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On panel, 43^4 x 3i>^« 

106. 

A NURSE AND CHILD. 

On canvas, 38^4 x 30. 

107. 

COUNTESS OF EXETER. 

On panel, 24^^ x 19. 



BERCHEM, 

(Berghem) Claas 
(Nicolaas) Pietersz. 
Dutch School. 


MOREELSE, 

Paulus. 

See No. 103. 


MAES, 

(Maas) Nicolaas. 
See No. 32. 


CEULEN, 

(Keulen) Comelis 
Janson van. 

See No. 66. 


55 


OSTADE, 

Isaak van. 
Dutch School. 


HONTHORST, 

Gerard van. 
Sec No. 43* 


MYN, 

Herman van der. 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Haarlem, baptized, 
June 2, 1621 ; died there, bur- 
ied, October 16, 1649. Genre 
and landscape painter. 
Brother and pupil of Adriaan 
van Ostade, whom he imi- 
tated in many ways but se- 
lected different subjects, 
chiefly travellers at inns and various village scenes, 

108. 

WINTER SCENE IN HOLLAND. 

On panel, 27*4 * 34 ^- 

Signed in the centre of the sledges. 

109. 

PORTRAIT OF A PRINCE OF ORANGE. 

On canvas, oval, 32^^ x 24 %. 




ORN at Amsterdam, 1684; 
died at London, 1741. Flow- 
er, portrait and history 
painter, the latter subject 
causing him to be called to 
the court of the Elector- 
Palatine. He came back to 
Holland in 1717, then went 


to Paris and afterwards to London, obtaining in that city 
56 


GERARD VAN HONTHORST. 
109. Portrait of a Prince of Orange. 



88 


ISAAK VAN OSTADE. 


io8. Winter Scene in Holland. 





89 


/ 


PETER PAUL RUBENS. 

88. Two Angels Holding a Garland of Fruit. 







90 



enormous prices for his portraits, but spent his money 
recklessly and in 1736 had to leave on accovmt of his many 
debts and on his return to Holland, the Prince of Orange 
pensioned him. In 1741 thinking he could do better, he 
went again to London, but finally died there in poverty. 

no. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 29 x 24]^. 


111. 

PORTRAIT OF AN OLD LADY. 

On panel, 39 x 29. 

Inscribed: “Aetatis Suae 45 Ao 1624.” 

BORN at Haarlem, 1594; died after 1678. Still-life 
painter of note. Dean of the guild at Haarlem in 1631 
and 1651. 

112. 

STILL LIFE. 

On panel, 1514 x 21^. 

Signed below on the edge of a table, “Heda, 1630.” 

yjbr 


113 - 

PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT ROOSE. 

On canvas, 24 x 19^. 

From the Van Camp Collection. 

From the Du Bus de Gisignies Collection. 

y^ 

1 14. 

A LITTLE GIRL. 

On panel, 22% x 17^. 

57 


MIEREVELT, 

Michiel Janszen van. 
See No. ii. 


HEDA, 

Willem Claasz. 
Dutch School. 


DYCK, 

Sir Anthony van. 
See No. 2. 


CUYP, 

(Kuyp) Aelbert. 
See No. 87. 


SANTVOORT, BORN at Amsterdam, i6io; died there, buried, March 9, 
Dirck (Dircksz) van. i68o. Portrait painter. Probably a pupil of Rembrandt. 
Dutch School, 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN. 

On pemel, a 6 j 4 * 

1 16. 

BOL, PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH LADY. 

Ferdinand. On canvas, 4 ® * 34 /^* 

See No. 14. 

ORN at Leyden, 1626; died 
there, buried, February 3^ 
1679. Genre painter. Pupil 
of Nicolas Knupfer at Ut- 
recht and of Jan van Goyen 
at The Hague. He married 
the daughter of the latter in 
1649. His work shows the 
influence of Frans Hals and Adriaan van Ostade. Lived 
in Haarlem before 1648 when he was made a member of 
the Leyden guild. Lived at The Hague 1649-53, then at 
Leyden until 1658 or 1659. It seems probable that be- 
tween 1650-52 he lived at Delft, where he is said to have 
kept a brewery. He was in Haarlem various times from 
1661-69 where he was frequently in trouble with his 
creditors. His father died in 1669 and it seems likely that 
he returned to Leyden after this, where he applied for a 
license to keep a tavern. His first wife having died, he 
married a widow, Maritje Herculens, in 1673. He stands 
highest among the greatest Dutch painters of domestic 
life, like Hogarth, showing up the vices and follies of his 
time with the keenest satire. 

117. 

GIRL FRYING CAKES. 

On panel, 27 x 32 ^. 

58 



JACOPO DA BASSANO. 
249. Portrait of a Venetian Nobleman. 


JAN VAN RAVESTEYN. 
253. Portrait of a Courtier. 





HERMAN VAN DER MYN. 
no. Portrait of a Lady. 



92 




JAN VICTORS. 
98. A Village Street Scene. 



93 


ORN at Amsterdam (?) or 
in Frankfort about 1580; 
died at London, after 1649. 
Architecture painter. Son 
and pupil of Hendrik van 
Steenwyck, the elder. Pieter 
Neefs worked in the studio 
at the same time. Steenwyck 
was employed by Van Dyck to paint in architectural 
backgrounds for many of his pictures. He first worked 
in Antwerp. When he was in England, after 1629, he 
enjoyed the favor of Charles I. who gave him several 
commissions. 

iiS 

INTERIOR OF A CHURCH. 

On canvas, 2414 x 34 J 4 - 






ORN at Cleves, January 25, 
1615; died at Amsterdam, 
February 2, i66o. History 
and portrait painter. Pupil 
of Lambert Jacobzen at 
Leeuwarden and was after- 
wards with Rembrandt 
whom he left in 1638; his 
work was so like the latter master that it was often mis- 
taken for his. One of the best specimens of his historical 
work is “Isaac Blessing Jacob/’ in the Amsterdam Gal- 
lery. He was in favor with the Elector William of 


STEENWYCK, 

Hendrik van. (the 
younger) 

Flemish School. 


FLINCK, 

Qovaert. 

Dutch School. 


59 


TENIERS, 

David, (the younger) 
Sec No. 7. 


KAUFFMANN, 

Maria Anna Angelica. 

R. A. 
German School. 


Brandenburg and Prince Maurice of Nassau, executing 
many pictures for the latter. He was given the freedom 
of Amsterdam in 1652. 

1 19. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On panel, * * 7 * 

120. 

INTERIOR OF A FARM-HOUSE AND BARN AD- 
JOINING IT. 

On canvas, 37^4 * 45 - 
Signed on the right. 

From the Collection of the Due des Deux-Ponts, 1770. 
From the Collection of M. Geldcmecster, 1800. 

Described in Smith’s Catalogue Raisonne, VoL III., page 
318, No. 212, and page 356, No. 363. 

Engraved by Daulle. 


ORN at Coire, Switzerland, 
October 30, 1741; died in 
Rome, November 5, 1807. 
History and portrait painter. 
Daughter and pupil of 
Joseph Kauffmann, a por- 
trait painter of no particular 
note. In 1754 the family 
were living at Como where Angelica attracted attention 
by her portrait of the Bishop of Como, she being only 
eleven years old when it was painted. At Milan she at- 
tracted attention again by her copies of the master-works 
of the Lombard School and by her portraits. After her 
mother’s death she went to Schwarzenberg, Vorarlberg 

60 



STR ANTHONY VAN DYCK. 

a. Portrait of Elisabeth, Duchess of Lenox and 
Richmond. 


MICHEL DEL CAMPIDOGLTO ANGELO. 




94 



JACOB GERRITSZ CUYP. 
85. Portrait of an Old Lady. 



CORNELIS KETEL. 
gg. Portrait of a Dutch Lady. 



with her father and helped him decorate the parish 
church, when this work was finished she returned to Italy, 
studying in Venice the works of Titian, Tintoretto and 
Paolo Veronese. In 1776 she went to England with Lady 
Wentworth and received a most flattering reception. She 
made an unfortunate marriage with a Swedish impostor, 
,.alling himself Count Horn, but soon obtained a divorce. 
In 1769 she was elected a member of the Royal Academy, 
to which she contributed until 1781, when she married Ae 
Venetian painter, Antonio Zucchi and went to Venice. 
In 1782 she went to Rome and Naples, where she was a 
favorite of the royal family. At Rome the Emperor 
Joseph II. sought her and gave her commissions to paint 
for his gallery, 
lai. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, 2554 * 

122. 

PORTRAIT OF THE BROTHER OF THE ARTIST. 
On panel, 23J4 * ^ 9 - 

From the Collection of the Due de Momy. 

From the Collection of Dr. Leroy d’ Etiolles. 

123. 

THE QUEEN OF BOHEMIA. 

On panel, 26 x 21^. 

From the Collection of Lord James Butler. 

born at Amsterdam, February 9, 1650; died at Delft, 
buried. May 8, 1693. Portrait and genre painter. PupU 
of Jan Lievens. 

124. 

A LAWYER IN HIS STUDY. 

On copper, 22^4 * 

61 


RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 

See No. 33. 


moreelse, 

Paulus. 

See No. 103. 


VERKOLJE, 

Jan. 

Dutch School 


GOYEN, 

Jan van. 
See No. 72, 


125. 

A VIEW OF THE COAST OF SCHEVENINGEN. 
On canvas, 35 * 

Signed with monogram and dated 1646. 

From the Collection of M«ix Kann. 

From the Collection of James Simon. 

Engraved by G. Greux. 



62 


SIR PETER LELY. 
2oq. Portrait of Mrs. Ecclesfield. 



97 



CORNELIS DE VOS (the elder). 
254. Portrait of a Gentleinan. 


ANTOINE, LOUIS. MATHIEU LE NAIN (The Brothers). 
10. The Concert. 






98 





NICOLAS LARGILLIERE. 


37. Portrait of a Lady. 


MARIA ANNA ANGELICA KAUFFMANN, R. A. 
121. Portrait of a Young Lady. 




99 




EAST BALCONY 


HYACINTHE RIGAUD. 
251. Portrait de la Comtesse de Clermont. 



100 



JEAN RANG. 

Portrait of Elisabeth Farnese, Wife of Philip V. 
of Spain. 



lOI 


PIERRE MIGNARD (the elder). 

133. Portrait of Marie Anne de Bourbon, Daughter 
of Louis XV. and the Duchesse de la Valliere, and 
Wife of the Prince de Conti. 



102 



EAST BALCONY 


BORN 1720; died 1778. Portrait painter, 

126. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, oval, 29x34. 

XVIII. Century. Portrait and figure painter. 

127. 

PORTRAIT OF MADAME DE LAMBALLE. 
On canvas, oval, 35^ x 28J4 



ORN at Ifs, near Caen»i668; 
died at Caen, May i8, 1752. 
Genre and portrait painter. 
Pupil of Lucas de la Haye 
and of Bon Boullogne. He 
progressed very rapidly and 
was admitted to the Acade- 
my as a portrait painter in 
1702 and as history painter in 1716; assistant professor in 
1725, but as the result of a disagreement with his col- 
leagues in 1750, resigned and went back to Caen, entirely 
giving up his art. 


RISEN, 

Charles J. 
French School. 


TRINQUESSE. 

French School. 


TOURNIERES, 

Robert Levrac. 

French School. 


6s 





128. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 315^ x 25 %. 

Formerly in the possession of Count Brucher. 

MARIESCHI, BORN 1711; died, 1794. Marine painter. 

Jacopo. j2g. 

Italian School, Qp VENICE. 

On canvas, 1754 x 28. 

130. 

CAPELLE, A SEA VIEW. 

Jan van der. Qn panel^ IJ X 21^. 

See No. 63 . 

y2b^ 

131. 

VOS, PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

Comelis de. (the elder) On canvas, X 21 
See No. 27 . 



66 


MME. MARIE LOUISE ELISABETH LE BRUN. 
40. Portrait of Madame Elizabeth de France. 


MME. MARIE LOUISE ELISABETH LE BRUN. 
48. Portrait of a Young Lady. 




103 




ROBERT LEVRAC TOURNIERES. 
128. Portrait of a Lady. 



104 



NICOLAS LARGILLIERE. 
Portrait of Madame de Fontange. 


5 - 



105 


HYACINTHE RIGAUD. 

6. Portrait of Madame de Clermont-Tonnerre. 



ic6 



WEST BALCONY 


JEAN BAPTISTE JOSEPH PATER. 
1 5. Fete Champetre. 



107 




MME. MARIE LOUISE ELISABETH LE BRUN. 
13* Young Girl Holding a Pigeon. 


NICOLAS LARGILLIERE. 
3. A Lady of the Court of Louis XV. 




io8 




JEAN BAPTISTE SIMEON CHARDIN. 
LTnstruction Maternellc. 


9 * 





log 



MARC NATTIER. 
Portrait of a Young Lady. 



no 




WEST BALCONY 



ORN at Venice, April i6, 
1696 ; died at Madrid, March 
27, 1770* Subject painter. 
Pupil of Gregorio Lazzarini. 
He ranked with Paolo Ver- 
onese in the art of the day, 
but his color was not nearly 
so Bne, and was the last of 
the great decorative painters of his school. Made first 
director of the Academy of Painting at Venice in 1753. 


TIEPOLO, 

Giovanni Battista. 
Venetian School. 


132. 

BIBLICAL SUBJECT. 
On canvas, zof^ x 





Vouet. 


ORN at Troyes, November 
7, 1612 (1610?) ; died at Par- 
is, May 30, 1695. Portrait 
and allegory painter. Broth- 
er of Nicolas Mignard, a 
painter of the same class of 
subjects. Pupil of Jean 
Boucher of Bourges, and of 
He went to Rome in 1635 and painted the por- 

69 


MIGNARD, 

Pierre, (the elder) 
French School. 


traits of Urban VIII. and of Alexander VII., besides fres* 
cos in churches and other works. The king recalled him 
in 1658 to Fontainebleau. He became the rival of Le 
Brim and succeeded to his honors. He was court painter, 
director of the Gobelins and was elected on the same day 
member, rector, chancellor and director of the Academy. 

X 33 

PORTRAIT OF MARIE ANNE DE BOURBON, 
DAUGHTER OF LOUIS XV. AND THE DUCHESSE 
DE LA VALLIERE, AND WIFE OF THE PRINCE 
DE CONTI. 

On canvas, 8 gj 4 * 66. 

From the Collection of M. I. Perrire. 



70 


JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE. 
56. Bust of a Young Girl. 



Ill 


FRANCOIS BOUCHER. 
258. La Peinture. 


FRANCOIS BOUCHER. 

5 

256. La Sculpture. 




II2 





DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH GALLERY, 
North-east View. 




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— w 


r 





Ljs 

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DUTCH, FLEMISH AND FRENCH GALLERY, 
South-west View. 




A Wi 

I 

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■ 




ENGLISH GALLERY 


ENGLISH GALLERY. 
South-east View. 



II5 




SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P. R. A. 
220. Portraits of Lord and Lady Wentworth. 



ii6 



SIR WILLIAM BEECHEY, R. A. 
Portrait of Sir John Reade, Fifth Baronet. 


201 . 



II7 


i 



JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
i6i. The Avenue. 



ii8 




ENGLISH GALLERY 


ORN at Tiverton in 1740; COSWAY, 
died at London, July 4, 1821. Rjch^d. R. A. 

. English School. 

Miniature painter. Pupil in 
London of Thomas Hudson 
and in 1769 a student of the 
Royal Academy. His father 
was a schoolmaster and his 
wife, Maria Cecilia Louisa 

Hadfield was an artist of some note. He was a celebrated 
and fashionable miniature painter and had for his sitters 
many of the beauties of the day; he enjoyed the favor of 
the Prince Regent and was noted for his great vanity and 
extravagance, being withal a most eccentric genius. He 
originally painted in oil, but these portraits are very rare. 

Became A. R. A. in and R. A. in i77^« 

134. 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. 

On canvas, 25 x 30. 




73 


ROMNEY, 

George. 
English School. 


ORN at Dalton-le-Fumess, 
Lancashire, England, De- 
cember 15, 1734; died at 
Kendal, November 15, 1802. 
Portrait painter. What little 
knowledge of painting he 
had in his earlier years, he 
secured from Steele, a 
painter in Kendal. He supported himself painting por- 
traits at two guineas apiece, until 1762, when he went to 
London. In the same year and again in 1765, he received 
premiums from the Society of Arts for two pictures, “The 
Death of Wolfe” and “The Death of King Edward.” In 
1773 he went to Italy staying two years, then returned to 
London where he resided from 1775-97, then removing to 
Hampstead. Public patronage at this time was divided 
between Romney, Reynolds and Gainsborough, each one 
being a noted painter. 

135 - 

PORTRAIT OF COLIN DUNLOP (OF CARMYLE) 
LORD PROVOST OF GLASGOW, 1770-1772. 

On canvas, 36 x 28. 




74 



2I8. 


222 . 


SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE, P. R. A. 
Portrait of Mrs. Kemble, Celebrated Actress. 


GEORGE ROMNEY. 
Lady Hamilton Reading. 




iig 


THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH, R. A. 
Portrait of Brinsley Sheridan, Poet, Actor and 
Member of Parliament, 




JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER. R. A. 
185. Venice, View on the Grand Canal. 



I2I 


SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE. P. R. A. 
Miss Murray, afterwards Mrs. Boyce. 



122 


ORN at L/Ondon, December 
lo, 1697; there October William. 

26, 1764. Painter, engraver School, 

and philosopher, we have in 
him the first master in genre 
painting that England has 
produced, showing by satire 
and irony the under side of 
fashionable life of that period. He holds the same place 
in painting that Dickens and Thackeray do in literature. 

His father was a schoolmaster and he apprenticed 
William to Ellis Gamble, a silversmith, to learn to en- 
grave arms and cyphers on plate. In 1718, having fin- 
ished his time with Gamble, he went as student to St. 

Martin’s Lane Academy, where he was taught drawing. 

He began business as a silversmith about 1720. He fre- 
quented the studio of Sir James Thornhill, serjeant- 
painter to the king, and clandestinely married that artist’s 
daughter in 1730. His business not proving a success, 
he took up portraiture in addition. He first established 
his fame, however, by the series of pictures called the 
^‘Harlot’s Progress,” followed by the ‘‘Rake’s Progress” 
and the ‘‘Mariage a la Mode,” which he engraved, bring- 
ing him both money and fame. He reached the summit 
of his art in these, his larger works being less successfuL 
In 1757 he was appointed serjeant-painter to the king. 

136. 

PORTRAIT OF KITTY FISHER. 

On canvas, 35^4 x 41. 

BOKN 1747; died, i8oi. Genre painter. 

137 - 

THE POULTRY DEALER. 

On canvas, 2 ij 4 x 


WHEATLEY, 

Francis. 

English School. 



7S 


OPIE, 

(Oppy) John. R. A. 
English School, 


ORN at St. Agnes, near 
Truro, Cornwall, May, 1761 ; 
died in London, April 9, 
1807. Portrait painter. He 
was the son of a carpenter 
but evidently had no idea of 
following that trade, for 
when he was only ten years 

old he began to paint and at sixteen was selling his por- 
traits. Dr. John Wolcot, (Peter Pindar) introduced him 
at London about 1780 to Sir Joshua Reynolds, as the 
Cornish Genius. He became very popular and was the 
wonder of the day on account of the work he put forth 
for such a young man, this was unfortunate, as he never 
stopped to take the proper training necessary to a good 
painter. He executed a few historical pictures and in 
1807 delivered some lectures. He was elected an A. R. A. 
in 1787 and R. A. in 1788. He was chosen professor of 
painting at the Royal Academy in 1805. 



138. 

THE FORTUNE-TELLER. 

On canvas, 39)4 * 49* 

Exhibited at Leeds, 1868. 

From the Collection of Rev. T. E. Waldy. 




139- 

OPIE, PORTRAIT OF MR. TEMPLETON. 
(Oppy) John. R. A. On canvas, as x 29)4» 

See No. 138* 


76 


140. 


207. 


THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH, R. A. 
A Little Girl Drawing. 


JOHN HOPPNER, R. A. 
Portrait of a Boy. 




123 




JOHN OPIE, R. A. 

138. The Fortune-Teller. 



124 



JOHN HOPPNER, R. A. 
219. The Mushroom Gatherer. 




JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
146. Park Scene at Dedham. 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
144. The Hay-Wain. 




126 




ORN at Sudbury, in Suffolk, 
1727; died at London, Au- 
gust 2, 1788, Portrait and 
landscape painter. He came 
to London when he was 
fourteen and studied with 
Hayman, remaining four 
years. As a portrait painter 
he soon became a competitor of Sir Joshua Reynolds and 
was a contributor to the Academy exhibitions almost to 
the end of his life. Ruskin speaks of him as *‘the purest 
colourist of the English school.” A member of the So- 
ciety of Artists in 1766 and one of the foundation mem- 
bers of the Royal Academy in 1768. 

140. 

A LITTLE GIRL DRAWING. 

On canvas, 2354 x 18. 



141 - 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 42J4 x 3354. 

142. 

A LITTLE GIRL, DAUGHTER OF THE ARTIST. 
On canvas, 37^ x 30. 


GAINSBOROUGH, 

Thomas. R. A. 

English School. 


LELY, 

Sir Peter, (real name 
Peter van der Faes) 
See No. 29. 


GAINSBOROUGH, 

Thomas. R. A. 

See No. 140. 


77 



CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 
English School. 


ORN at East Bergholt, Suf- 
folk, June ii, 1776; died at 
London, March 30, 1837. 
Landscape painter. He 
studied at the Royal Acade- 
my with Joseph Farrington 
and R. R. Reinagle. He first 
painted portraits and histori- 
cal subjects but finally decided on landscape, showing his 
first picture in 1802. ^Vhile he was an A. R. A. in 1819, 
he was not made R. A. until 1829. His recognition was 
really by France rather than by his own country, and his 
two pictures “The Rainbow” and “Weymouth Bay” pre- 
sented to the Louvre by Mr. Wilson in 1873 have made 
him widely known. He exerted great influence on the 
modem school of French landscape and he is almost 
without a rival in painting nature in her most turbulent 
moods. 

143. 

DEDHAM. 

On panel, 9X iij 4 - 





144 - 

constable, THE HAY-WAIN. 

John. R. A. On canvas, 13 x 1754* 
See No. 143. 



78 


GEORGE'ROMNEY. 
166. Portrait of Hugh Inglis, Esq. 





127 



SIR HENRY RAEBURN, R. A. 
165. Portrait of Lady Inglis, Anne Cockburn. 


# 




128 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
159. View at Hampstead. 


JOHN CONSTABLE. R. A. 
143. Dedham. 




129 




WILLIAM HOGARTH. 
136. Portrait of Kitty Fisher. 


Wif> 



130 




ORN at Devonshire at 
Plympton Earle, July i6, 
1723 ; died at London, Feb- 
ruary 23, 1792. Portrait 

painter. He was the son of 
Rev. Samuel Reynolds, 
master of the grammar 
school at Plympton, St. 
Mary, Plymouth, who sent him at eighteen to London to 
study with Hudson, where in two years he made such 
great progress that his master became jealous. He re- 
turned home and stayed about a year, then again to Lon- 
don, whence he was recalled by his father's death in 1746. 
In 1749 he went to Italy, studied in Rome two years then 
to Parma, Florence and Venice, where to his great de- 
light he studied Titian. In 1753 he returned to London 
and became the most popular and fashionable portrait 
painter of his time, notwithstanding he had to compete 
with such men as Opie, Gainsborough and Hoppner. At 
the founding of the Royal Academy in 1768 he was, by 
acclamation, elected president and knighted by the king, 
an honor which that office has ever since carried with it. 
On the death of Allan Ramsay he became principal 
painter in ordinary to the king. Ruskin calls him the 
“prince of portrait painters” and “one of the seven colour- 
ists of the world,” who were Titian, Giorgione, Correg- 
gio, Tintoretto, Veronese and Turner. 

145 - 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 35 x 26. 

146. 

PARK SCENE AT DEDHAM. 

On canvas, g x 11}^. 

79 




REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
English School. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 143. 


CONSTABLE, LOCK ON STOUR (FLATFORD LOCK). 

John. R. A. On canvas, 6x9. 

See No. I43- 


148. 

CONSTABLE, THE CORN-FIELD. 

John. R. A. On panel, io ^4 * ^ 5 ^* 
See No. 143- 


RAEBURN, 

Sir Henry. R. A. 
English School. 


ORN at Stockbridge, near 
Edinburgh, March 4, 1756; 
died near there, July 8, 1823. 
Portrait painter. He was 
first apprenticed to a gold- 
smith, then took up minia- 
ture painting and afterwards 
portraits. In 1778 he visited 
London and Italy, and when he returned in 1780 he began 
his portrait work and took a high place in his art at once. 
He was elected president of the Society of Artists in 
Scotland in 1812, was knighted in 1822 and the following 
year was appointed His Majesty’s limner for Scotland. 



149. 

PORTRAIT OF JOHN HOME, AUTHOR OF 
‘‘DOUGLAS.” 

On canvas, 35J4 x 2654 - 

From the Collection of Admiral Ferguson. 

Exhibited at the Raeburn Exhibition, London, 1876. 
Exhibited at the Loan Exhibition of Scottish National 
Portr2uts, 1884. 


80 


175 - 



SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. P. R. A. 
Portrait of a Young Lady. 



JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
156. Landscape with Com-Field. 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
Farm-House Under Trees. 


155 - 




132 


SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. P. R. A. 

Portrait of Mrs. Hammond, Niece of Mrs. 
Davis, Wife of Sir Thomas Grosvenor. 




SIR HENRY RAEBURN, R. A. 

149. Portrait of John Home, Author of “Douglas.” 


i 




ISO. 

LANDSCAPE. 

On panel, 9 x 13^. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 143. 


151. 

EAST BERGHOLT. CONSTABLE, 

On canvas, x 14 ^. John. r. a. 

See No. 143. 

153. 

SEA PIECE, GUN FLEET LIGHT-HOUSE FROM CONSTABLE, 
THE WALLET, OPPOSITE WALTON-ON-THE- John. R. a. 

NAZE. See No. 143. 

On panel, 3^ x 7 ^ 4 . 

y^^ 

153 - 

COTTAGE ON THE CANAL. 

On canvas, 27^4 x 36 ^. 

y^ 

154 - 

PORTRAIT OF MAJOR-GENERAL STRINGER 
LAWRENCE. 

On canvas, 92^4 x 56^. 

Engraved by E. A. Ezekiel. 

From the Collection of Sir Robert Palk, Bart. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 143. 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No, 145. 


y^ 

155- 

FARM-HOUSE UNDER TREES. 
On panel, 4^ x 


yjbi- 

1 56- 

LANDSCAPE WITH CORN-FIELD. 
On canvas, ii^ x I 3 j 4 - 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 143. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 143. 


81 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 
Sec No. 143- 


157 - 

ETON COLLEGE. 
On panel, 7^ * * 3 J 4 - 




HOPPNER, 

John. R. A. 
English School. 


ORN at Whitechapel, Lon- 
don, April 4, 1758; died 
there, January 23, 1810. Por- 
trait painter. His father and 
mother were of German ex- 
traction, the latter being em- 
ployed at the royal palace and 
therefore, John being much 
there, was from an early age brought to the notice of 
George HI. In i77S he entered at the Royal Academy 
where he first exhibited in 1780. Preferring landscape 
he was obliged to leave that branch of art for the more 
lucrative one of portrait painting. An accomplished man 
of the world and always very successful, he had from the 
start the most fashionable sitters. His best portraits were 
those of women and children. An admirer and imitator 
of Reynolds, his pictures had at first some of the bril- 
liancy and harmony of his, but now, the drawing being 
often poor and the colors faded, they bear but a very faint 
resemblance to the works of that great master. Silver 
medal at the Royal Academy for drawing from life, 1778. 
Gold medal at the Royal Academy for historical painting, 
1782. Became A. R. A. in 1793, R- A. in 1795. 

158. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY, 

On canvas, 35 x 27. 



82 


JOHN HOPPNER, R. A. 
187. Portrait of a Young Girl. 


JOHN OPIE, R. A. 

139. Portrait of Mr. Templeton. ^ 




135 




SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P. R. A. 

154. Portrait of Major-General Stringer Lawrence. 



136 



193 - 


WILLIAM DOBSON. 

Portrait of Peter, Earl of Pembroke. 



137 





SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE, P. R. A. 


178. Portrait of a Lady. 


SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. P. R. A. 
177. Portrait of Lady Campbell. 




138 




^ 59 . 

A VIEW AT HAMPSTEAD. 

On panel, 9 x iij^. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. I43- 


160. 

noon. 

On canvas, 1314 x 17. 

Engraved by David Lucas. 

y«^ 

i6x. 

the avenue. 

On canvas, 29^4 x 24^. 

Prom the Collection of H. Willett, Esq. 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. i43* 


CONSTABLE, 

John. R. A. 

See No. i43* 





ORN at Lincoln, June 3, 
1786; died at London, De- 
cember 30, 1839. Subject 
painter. Son and pupil of 
WiUiam Hilton, a portrait 
painter ; he also worked with 
Raphael Smith, mezzotint 
- — engraver, and at the Royal 

Academy in 1806. While he was always recognized by 
his own profession he felt very deeply the want of popu- 
larity with the public. He used asphaltum to an exces 
?«<i this has. to a great extent, effaced the rich harmon- 
ious color he was noted for. Became an exhibitor 1 
*®03, A. R. A. in 1813, R. A. in 1819, and keeper in 1827. 

A Bacchante disarming cupid. 

On canvas, 3414 x 26%. 


HILTON, 

William. 
English School. 


83 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. Z 45 - 


BARKER, 

Benjamin. 
English School. 


RAEBURN, 

Sir Henry. R. A. 
See No. 149* 


ROMNEY, 

George. 
See No. 135. 


WHEATLEY, 

Francis. 
See No. 137. 


GORDON, 

Sir John Watson. R, A. 
English School. 


163. 

PORTRAIT OF MRS. HAMMOND, NIECE OF MRS. 
DAVIS, WIFE OF SIR THOMAS GROSVENOR. 

On canvas, 29 x 24. 

born 1776; died 1838. Animal painter and brother of 
Barker of Bath. 

164. 

LANDSCAPE ON THE RIVER WYE. 

On canvas, 35^4 x 5254. 

Signed and dated 1832. 

From the Collection of M. Milln, Esq, 

165. 

PORTRAIT OF LADY INGLIS, ANNE COCKBURN. 
On canvas, 29 x 24. 

166. 

PORTRAIT OF HUGH INGLIS, ESQ. 

On canvas, 29^4 x 24*4. 

y*br 

167. 

THE LITTLE ANGLER. 

On canvas, i 8 j 4 x 23*4. 

y^ 

ORN at Ekiinburgh, 1790; 
died there, June i, 1864. Por- 
trait painter. Son of Captain 
Watson, R. N., and nephew 
of George Watson, portrait 
painter. In 1826 he assumed 
the name of Gordon, He be- 
gan with historical painting 
but his success was so small that he took up portraiture, 
84 



SIR WILLIAM BEECHEY, R. A. 

212. Portrait of Lady Reade, Daughter of Sir Hun- 
gcrford Hoskyns, Bart. 



139 



THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH. R. A. 

208. Portrait of Mrs. Pritchard (?) Actress and 
Friend of Garrick. 




WILLIAM HOGARTH. 
210. Portrait of the Artist’s Sister. 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
147. Lock on Stour (Flatford Lock). 





WILLIAM COLLINS, R. A. 
igi. Two Fisher-Boys on the Sea-Shore. 



142 


and after Raeburn’s death became the chief portrait 
painter in Edinburgh. He was made an A. R. A. in 1841 
and R. A. in 1851 ; he succeeded Sir William Allan as 
president of the Scotch Academy in 1850, being at the 
same time appointed limner to the Queen in Scotland and 
knighted. 


168. 

PORTRAIT OF ROBERT WATSON. 

On canvas, 27^ x 36. 

ORN at Arnold, near Not- BONINGTON, 
tingham, October 25, 1801 ; Richard Parkes. 
died at London, September School. 

23, 1828. Landscape and 
marine painter. At fifteen 
his father took him to Paris 
where he was allowed to 
copy in the Louvre ; he 
worked in the Ecole des Beaux Arts, and in 1819 became 
a pupil of Baron Gros. He made quite a reputation in 
Paris, winning the gold medal in 1824; afterwards he 
went to Venice where his pictures, in both oil and water- 
colors, won him more fame and many commissions at 
home. Painting chiefly landscapes and marines, he had 
nevertheless much skill in figure subjects and exerted no 
little influence on the French school of genre. 



169. 

SEA-SHORE IN NORMANDY. 

On canvas, 17^4 x 2iJ^. 

170. 

PORTRAIT OF BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, POET, GAINSBOROUGH, 
ACTOR AND MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. Thomas. R. A. 

On canvas, 29J4 x 24. 


85 


WESTALL, 

Richard. R. A. 
English School 


BEECHEY, 

Sir William. R. A. 
English School. 


ORN at Hertford, 1765; died 
at London, December 4, 
1836. Subject and landscape 
painter. In 1785 he entered 
the Academy schools in Lon- 
don, He painted in water- 
colors and claimed that he 
was one of the founders of 
that medium. His illustrations were much admired. He 
was drawing-master to the Princess Victoria, Elected 
A. R. A. in 1792 and R. A. in 1794, 

171 - 

LADY HAMILTON AS CLEOPATRA. 

On canvas, 49 x 39^. 

ORN at Burford, Oxford- 
shire, December 12, 1753; 
died at Hampstead, January 
28, 1839. Portrait painter. 
He entered as a student at 
the Royal Academy, Lon- 
don, in 1772. He painted for 
some years in Norwich, his 
work being portraits and pictures after Hogarth’s style, 
then returning to London he became the fashionable por- 
trait painter of the time. In 1793, having painted Queen 
Charlotte, she appointed him her royal portrait painter. 
Already an A. R. A., in 1798 he became R. A. and was 
knighted. 

172. 

PORTRAIT OF SPENCER PERCIVAL. 

On canvas, 29^4 x 2454* 

86 




GEORGE ROMNEY. 
215. Portrait of a Young Lady. 



143 


THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH. R. A. 
216. Landscape with Cattle. 


RICHARD WESTALL. R. A. 
1 7 1. Lady Hamilton as Cleopatra. 




144 





203 . 


THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH, R. A. 
Portrait of a Lady. 



M5 


214 - 


sir JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P. R. A. 
Portrait of Charles Brandling, M. P. 


2 2l( 



146 



ORN at London, October 
23, 1769; died at Cheshunt, 
November 17, 1859. Animal 
painter. Studied engraving 
with J. R. Smith and was 
apprenticed to his elder 
brother, William James 
Ward, a mezzotint engraver. 

He spent but a few years at engraving before he took up 
the painting of animals, in which he attained quite an 
eminence. In 1794 he was appointed painter and engraver 
to the Prince of Wales. Elected A. R. A. in 1807 and 
R. A. in 1811. 



173 - 

SHEPHERD TENDING SHEEP. 
On canvas, 18 x 22^4* 

Signed J. Ward, 1796. 



ORN at Holborn, i6io; died 
at London, October 28, 1646. 
Portrait painter. Pupil of Sir 
Robert Peake, an obscure 
painter and picture dealer. 
He made such fine copies of 
Van Dyck’s works that that 
artist was attracted to him 


and introduced him to the notice of Charles I. After 
Van Dyck’s death he was appointed sergeant-painter and 
groom of the privy chamber. He painted many of the 
notable personages of his day. 


WARD, 

James. R. A. 
English School. 


DOBSON, 

William. 
English School. 


87 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. I45- 


WEST, 

William. 
English School. 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 

Sec No. 145* 
1 


PORTRAIT OF AMBROGIO SPINOLA, DUKE OF 
SAN SEVERINO. 

On canvas, 39^4 ^ 2 g%. 

From the Collection of Lord Rcvclstock. 


* 75 - 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, oval, 28 x 2254. 

ORN at Bristol, i8oi ; died 
at Chelsea, January, i86i. 
Landscape painter. He first 
exhibited at the Academy in 
1845 with a biblical picture, 
but after this he took up 
landscape. Many of his sub- 
jects are from Norway, 
Wales, and the Coast of Devonshire. He constantly con- 
tributed to the exhibitions of the Society of British 
artists, in which he became a member in 1851. 

176. 

LANDSCAPE. 

On canvas, 3934 x 49j4« 

177 - 

PORTRAIT OF LADY CAMPBELL. 

On canvas, 2954 x 2454* 

From the Collection of M. E. Secretan. 



88 


GEORGE MORLAND. 
i8o. Going to Market. 


JAMES WARD. R. A. 
173. Shepherd Tending Sheep. 



% 



M7 



JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER. R. A. 
190. View in Yorkshire. 



148 



JOHN HOPPNER, R. A. 
158. Portrait of a Lady. 






JOHN CONSTABLE. R. A. 
157. Eton College. 


WILLIAM DOBSON. 
192. Portrait of a Military Man. 






150 



ORN at Bristol, May 4, 
1769; died at London, Jan- 
uary 7, 1830. Portrait 

painter. His first efforts in 
art were chalk portraits of 
some of his father’s custom- 
ers at the Black Bear Inn, 
Devizes. When only ten he 
painted portraits at Oxford and before he was twelve at 
Bath, where his studio was a fashionable resort. In 1787 
he came to London and entered the Royal Academy. 
From the start he was wonderfully successful and while 
still under age was, in 1791, through the influence of 
George III., admitted to the Royal Academy as a supple- 
mentary A, R. A. ; the next year he succeeded Sir Joshua 
Reynolds as painter to the King. He was made R. A. 
in 1794, knighted in 1815, and in 1820 was unanimously 
elected president of the Academy. He was a member of 
St. Luke at Rome and of many other foreign academies, 
and was created Chevalier de la Legion d’ honneur in 
1825. As a portrait painter his career was unrivaled. 

178. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 29^4 x 24J4. 




LAWRENCE, 

Sir Thomas. P. R. A. 
English School. 


89 



OWEN, 

William. R. A. 
English School. 


MORLAND, 

George. 
English School. 


ORN at Ludlow, 1769; died 
at London, February 
1825. Genre and portrait 
painter. Pupil of Charles 
Catton and the Royal Acad- 
emy in 1791. His portraits, 
for which he had many no- 
table sitters, are considered 
much finer than his genre pictures. He became A. R 
in 1804, R. A. in 1806, and was appointed in 1810 portrait 
painter to the Prince of Wales, and in 1813 principal por- 
trait painter to the Prince as Prince Regent. 

179 - 

PICK-A-PACK. 

On canvas, 44*/^ x 3Sj^. 




Academy. 

180. 

GOING TO MARKET. 
On canvas, 17^ x 23^4* 


ORN at London, June as 
1763; died there, October 29 
1804. Figure and animal 

painter. He was the son and 

pupil of Henry Robert Mor- 
land, an engraver and por- 
trait painter; he also studied 
several years at the Royal 


90 


BENJAMIN BARKER. 
164. . Landscape on the River Wye. 



MM 



SIR WILLIAM BEECHEY, R. A. 

172. Portrait of Spencer Percival. 




JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 


i6o. Noon. 


JOHN CONSTABLE. R. A. 
153. Cottage on the Canal. 




153 


GEORGE ROMNEY. 

135. Portrait of Colin Dunlop (of Carmyle), Lord 
Provost of Glasgow, 1770-1772. 



154 



181. 

PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER. 

On canvas, 25 x i 8 ? 4 * 

lED in London about 1658. 
An eminent portrait painter 
and imitator of Van Dyck. 
He reached the height of his 
fame during the Common- 
wealth and by painting the 
Protector and many of his 
officers, came to be known as 
^‘Cromwell’s portrait painter.” Examples of his work are 
found in most of the English galleries. 

182. 

PORTRAIT OF THE DUKE OF ALBEMARLE. 

On canvas, 29 x 24. 

BORN at London, May 26, 1785; died there, April 10, 
1865. Painter of landscapes with figures. Student in the 
Royal Academy schools in 1805. A. R. A. in 1830, R. A. 
in 1840. 

183. 

IN THE HOP-GARDEN. 

On panel, 235^ x 

From the Collection of J. Fairburn, Esq. 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, London. 

184. 

HAY MAKING. 

On canvas, 14 x i 8 j 4 - 

91 



GAINSBOROUGH, 

Thomas. R. A. 

See No. 140. 


WALKER, 

Robert. 

English School. 


WITHERIN GTON, 

William Frederick. R. A. 
English School. 


WHEATLEY, 

Francis. 

See No. 137. 


turner, 

Joseph Mallord 
William. R. A. 
English School. 


ROMNEY, 

George. 
See No. 135. 


ORN at London, April 23, 
1775; died there, December 
ig, 1851. Landscape and 
marine painter. His father 
was a hairdresser, who in- 
tended his son to follow the 
same business, but he seems 
to have been willing that he 
should take up art, as it was in his rooms that Turner’s 
pictures were first shown. In 1789 he entered the Royal 
Academy schools; studied perspective with Thomas Mal- 
ton, and with Hardwick, architectural drawing; he also 
worked with Girtin and others. He made a practice of 
going into the country to sketch in water-colors, the de- 
velopment of which medium is due in a large measure to 
him. In the latter part of his life he was very much taken 
up with color, to the sacrifice of drawing. Ruskin says, 
"He went to the cataract for its iris, to the conflagration 
for its flames, asked of the sea its intensest azure, and of 
the sky its clearest gold.” About 1802 he visited Scot- 
land, France and Switzerland; he was three times in 
Italy. He holds above all others the first place in Eng- 
lish landscape art. He was elected A. R. A. in 1799, R. 
A. in 1802. In 1807 he was professor of perspective in 
the Royal Academy. 

185. 

VENICE, VIEW ON THE GRAND CANAL. 

On panel, 14 x 20^4. 



186. 

PORTRAIT OF BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, POET, 
ACTOR AND MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. 

On canvas, 76 x 43^. 


92 


255 - 


SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P. R. A. 


Portrait of a Gentleman. 



155 



JOHN CONSTABLE. R. A. 
148. The Corn-Field. 


TILLY KETTLE. 
241. Bust of a Young Girl. 




156 



i68. 


SIR JOHN WATSON GORDON, R. A. 
Portrait of Robert Watson. 



157 



WILLIAM FREDERICK WITHERINGTON, R. A. 
183. In the Hop-Garden. 


RICHARD PARKES BONINGTON. 
169. Sea-Shore in Normandy. 




158 



iSy. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL. 
On canvas, 29 x 24^. 

188. 

THE HAY-CART. 

On canvas, 14 x iS%. 

i8g. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 2g% x 24^. 

190. 

VIEW IN YORKSHIRE. 

On canvas, 16% x 2354- 


ORN at London, September 
18, 1788; died there, Febru- 
ary 17, 1847. Landscape and 
genre painter. He was the 
son of a picture dealer and 
studied at the Royal Acade- 
my from 1807-1814. He 
painted chiefly landscapes 
with groups of people, and after spending two years in 
Italy, his pictures were of Italian life. His art was not 
strong, but his subjects were popular and many of his 
pictures have been engraved. Made A. R. A. in 1814 
and in 1820 R. A. 

igi. 

TWO FISHER-BOYS ON THE SEA-SHORE. 

On canvas, 12% x 17. 



HOPPNER, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 158. 


WHEATLEY, 

Francis. 

See No. 137. 


HOPPNER, 

John. R. A. 

See No. 158. 


TURNER, 

Joseph Mallord 
William. R. A. 
See No. 185. 


COLLINS, 

William. R. A. 
English School. 


93 


DOBSON, 

William. 
See No. 174. 

DOBSON, 

WUliam. 
See No. 174. 


HOPPNER, 

John. R. A. 
See No. 158. 


LAWRENCE, 

Sir Thomas. P. R. A. 

See No. 178. 

OPIE, 

(Oppy) John. R. A. 
See No. 138. 


COTES, 

Francis. R. A. 
English School. 


192. 

PORTRAIT OF A MILITARY MAN. 

On canvas, 28^:4 ^ 

193 - 

portrait OF PETER, EARL OF PEMBROKE. 
On canvas, 50 x 38 ^. 

From the Collection of Lord Orkney. 

194. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 25x30. 

195 - 

portrait OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, oval, x 

196. 

CHILD WITH CAT. 

On canvas, 29 x 24^. 

ORN at London, 1726; died 
there, July 20, 1770. A 
painter of portraits in both 
oil and crayons, excelling in 
the latter. Pupil of George 
Knapton. One of the origin- 
al members of the Royal 
Academy and a member of 

the Society of Artists. 

197- 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 295^ x 2454* 



94 


WILLIAM DOBSON. 

174. Portrait of Ambrogio Spinola, Duke of San 
Scverino. 


I 



159 



WILLIAM HILTON. 
162. A Bacchante Disarming Cupid. 


WILLIAM OWEN, R. A. 
179. Pick-a-Pack. 




i6o 




WILLIAM WEST. 


176. Landscape. 



i6i 


FRANCIS WHEATLEY. 
137. The Poultry Dealer. 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 

i*j2. Sea Piece, Gun Fleet Light-House from the 
Wallet, opposite Walton-on-the-Naze. 




i 62 






1 98. 

INNOCENCE. 

On panel, 24 x 20 %. 

199. 

“LADY ANNE.” >• 

On canvas, 2954 x 24. 

ORN near Pontepool, Mon- 
mouthshire, England, 1769; 
died at Bath, December ii, 
1847. Painter of rustic sub- 
jects. Son and pupil of 
Benjamin Barker (died 
1793) an animal painter. He 
studied in Rome 1790-93. 

200. 

THE BATH OF CARACALLA IN THE ROMAN 
CAMPAGNA. 

On canvas, 23^4 x 28^. 

201. 

PORTRAIT OF SIR JOHN READE, FIFTH 
BARONET. 

On canvas, 93*4 x 57. 

From the Collection of Sir Chandos Reade, Sixth Bar- 
onet. 

y?b. 

202. 

A LITTLE PEASANT GIRL. 

On canvas, 25^4 x 2 ij 4 . 

95 



WALKER, 

J. Henson. 
English School. 


COTES, 

Francis. R. A. 
See No. 197. 


BARKER, 

Thomas, (called Barker 
of Bath) 

English School. 


BEECHEY, 

Sir William. R. A. 
See No. 172. 


WALKER, 

J. Henson. 

See No. 198. 


203- 

GAINSBOROUGH, PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

Thomas. R. A. On canvas, ag x 24. 

See. No. 140. 

KNAPTON, BORN 1698; died 1778. Portrait painter. 

George. 

English School. 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL. 

On canvas, 3954 x 3454. 

yjb. 

205. 

LELY, LADY OF THE COURT OF CHARLES II. 

Sir Peter, (real name, On canvas, 30 X 25. 

Peter From the Collection of Eudoxie, Countess of Lindsay. 

206. 

DOBSON, PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

William. On canvas, 39J4 x 2454- 

See No. 174. 

y^b. 

207. 

HOPPNER, PORTRAIT OF A BOY. 

John. R. A. On canvas, i 8 j 4 x I 4 j 4 * 

See No. 158. 

y;^ 

208. 

GAINSBOROUGH, PORTRAIT OF MRS. PRITCHARD (?) ACTRESS 
Thomas. R. A. AND FRIEND OF GARRICK. 

See No. 140. Qn canvas, 39^ x 3454. 


LELY, 

Sir Peter, (real name, ^^ 9 * 

Peter van der Faes) PORTRAIT OF MRS. £CCL£SFIKLD. 
See No. 29. On canvas, 49 x 40. 



96 


FRANCIS COTES. R. A. 
197. Portrait of a Lady. 



i63 



THOMAS BARKER. 

200. The Bath of Caracalla in the Roman Campagna. 


GEORGE VINCENT. 
2 1 1. Landscape and Cattle. 




164 



RICHARD COSWAY. R. A. 
134. Portrait of the Artist. 




ROBERT WALKER. 
182. Portrait of the Duke of Albemarle. 


JOHN HOPPNER, R. A. 
189. Portrait of a Lady. 






210. 


PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST’S SISTER. 
On canvas, 25 x 30. 


HOGARTH, 

William. 

See No. 136. 


BORN 1796; died 1831. Landscape and cattle painter. VINCENT, 

311. Gtotg^. 

English School. 

LANDSCAPE AND CATTLE. 

On panel, 33^ x 33. 




313 . 


PORTRAIT OF LADY READE, DAUGHTER OP 
SIR HUNGERFORD HOSKYNS. BART. 

On canvas, 9354 ^ 57* 

Signed with monogram, W. B. 

From the Collection of Sir Chandos Reade, Sixth 


BEECHEY, 

Sir William. R. A. 
See No. 17a. 


Baronet 


313. 

PORTRAIT OF ANNA MARIA POYNTER,DAUGH- HOGARTH, 
TER OF THE HON. LEWIS MORDAUNT, MAID william. 

OF HONOR TO QUEEN CAROLINE, WIFE OF *3®- 

GEORGE II., MARRIED TO THE RIGHT HON. 

SIR STEPHEN POYNTER, CHANCELLOR OF THE 
EXCHEQUER. 

On canvas, 3954 * 245^* 




>14. 

PORTRAIT 


OF CHARLES BRANDLING, M. 


On canvas, 49x39. 


97 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. 145*. 


2 i 


ROMNEY, 

George. 
See No. 135. 


GAINSBOROUGH, 

Thomas. R. A. 
See No. 140. 


HOGARTH, 

William. 
See No. 136. 


LAWRENCE, 

Sir Thomas. P. R. A. 

See No. 178. 


HOPPNER, 

John. R. A. 
See No. 158. 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. 145. 


215 - 

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. 

On canvas, 29 x 24^. 

216. 

LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE. 

On canvas, 20% x 23^. 

217. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. 

On canvas, 19 x 13. 

218. 

PORTRAIT OF MRS. KEMBLE, CELEBRATED 
ACTRESS. 

On canvas, 2354x20^. 

219. 

THE MUSHROOM GATHERER 
On canvas, 35 x 2554. 

y«^ 

220. 

PORTRAITS OF LORD AND LADY 
WENTWORTH. 

On canvas, 57 x 61. 

Engraved by J. W. Reynolds, in the “Works of Sir 
Joshua Reynolds.” 

From the Collection of the Earl of Onslow. 

98 


WILLIAM DOBSON. 
Portrait of a Lady. 


206. 



i67 


GEORGE KNAPTON, 
204. Portrait of a Young Girl. 


SIR PETER LELY. 
205. Lady of the Court of Charles II. 



i68 





WILLIAM HOGARTH. 


213. Portrait of Anna Maria Poynter, Daughter of 
the Hon. Lewis Mordaunt, Maid of Honor to Queen 
Caroline, Wife of George II., Married to the Right 
Hon. Sir Stephen Poynter, Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer. 




^ •{-'., TI' 




JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
150. Landscape. 


JOHN CONSTABLE, R. A. 
1 5 1. East Bergholt. 


1 

1 




1^0 


ORN at Bridgewater, 1763; 
died at Brighton, i837. Min- 
iature painter. He worked 
at Exeter and was an exhi- 
bitor at the Academy from 
1786-1819. He painted a few 
subject pictures in oil and 
many miniatures, these lat- 
ter being unquestionably very fine. Nathaniel Plimer, 
also a miniature painter, was his brother but of the two 
Andrew was by far the more talented. In the South 
Kensington Museum are two miniatures by him of the 
statesman, Windham. 

221. 

CASE OF OLD MINIATURES. 



222 . 

LADY HAMILTON READING. 

On canvas, 21% x 17^. 

Prom the Collection if Sir Tollemache Sinclair. 


323. 

MISS MURRAY, AFTERWARDS MRS. BOYCE. 

On canvas, 3 SJ 4 * * 7 / 4 * 

From the Collection of F. R. Elkington, Esq. 

Elxhibited at the Fair Children’s Exhibition, London, 
1895. 

Engraved by Phillips, in “Works of Sir Th. Lawrence.” 

y^ 

224. 

ENGRAVING BY E. A. EZEKIEL OF SIR JOSHUA 
REYNOLDS’ PORTRAIT OF MAJOR-GENERAL 
STRINGER LAWRENCE. 


PLIMER, 

Andrew. 


ROMNEY, 

George. 

See No. 135. 


LAWRENCE, 

Sir Thomas. P. R* A. 
See No. 178. 


99 


ENGLISH GALLERY, 
North-east View. 



I?! 




ENGLISH GALLERY, 
South-west View. 



172 



MUNKACSY AND PRIMITIVE 
GALLERY 


MUNKACSY AND PRIMITIVE GALLERY. 
South-east View. 



173 





MUNKACSY AND PRIMITIVE 
GALLERY 


ORN at Munkacs, Hun- 
gary, October lo, 1846 ; died 
at Bonn, May i, 190a Gen- 
re and history painter. He 
served as an apprentice at 
carpentering, making but a 
bare subsistence at his trade, 
while at the same time he 
was trying to gain an education. He painted portraits 
for a pittance at the beginning of his professional career. 
He went to Pesth, where he studied and painted with suc- 
cess, then going to Vienna, he entered the Academy stay- 
ing only a short time for lack of funds. Back to Munich 
for two years, then to Diisseldorf to work under L. 
Knaus. His picture, “The Last Day of a Condemned 
Prisoner,” laid the foundation of his fame; the finishing 
of this large painting, which he had not money to go 
on with, was made possible by the munificence of a 
Philadelphia gentleman, who saw the beginning of it 
and offered to buy the picture, advancing the funds neces- 
sary to its completion. While he was still young he 
gained a place among the great painters of the day. 
“Milton Dictating to His Daughters” gave him the 
Medal of Honor at the International Exhibition, Paris, 
1878. His two paintings, “Christ Before Pilate” and 

103 



MUNKACSY, 

Mih^ly. (real name, 
Michael Lieb) 



“Christ on Calvary,” are his masterpieces. Medals at 
Paris, 1870, 1874, Legion of Honor, 1877, Officer of the 
Legion of Honor 1878, Grand Medal of Honor, Paris, 
E. U. 1878, member of the Munich Academy, i88i, 
medal at Vienna, 1882, created an Austrian Baron, iS8a. 
member of the Austrian Order, Litteres et Artebus, 1887. 
225. 

CHRIST BEFORE PILATE. 

On canvas, 13 ft. 9 in. x 21 ft. 


MUNKACSY, 

Mihily. (real name, 
Michael Lieb) 
See No. 225. 


226. 

CHRIST ON CALVARY. 

On canvas, 15 ft. 3 in. x 23 ft. 8 in. 


SCHIAVONE, 

Andrea, (real name, 
Medula or Medola, but 
commonly called 
Lo Schiavone, the Slav) 
Venetian School. 



ORN at Scbcnico, Dalmatia, 
1522 (?); died at Venice, 
1582. Subject painter. He 
had little special instruction, 
but in his youth went to 
Venice and there studied the 
works of Giorgione and Ti- 
tian. Being obliged to work 


for his living, he was decorating houses when he at- 
tracted the attention of Titian, who helped him to find 
more congenial employment and doubtless gave him 
instruction beside. 


227. 

THE PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE. 
On canvas, 3 qJ 4 x 53/4- 


104 


MIHALY MUNKACSY. 
225. Christ before Pilate. 



174 


'i 



XVI. CENTURY. 


228. 

VIRGIN AND CHILD. 

On panel, circular, 32 inches in (lismetcr. 


THE HOLY FAMILY. SCHOOL OF 

On panel, circular, 33 inches in diameter. RAPHAEL. 


ORN at Pontormo, May 25 PONTORMO, 

or 26, 1494 ; died at Florence, Jacopo da. (real name, 
- . - - Jacopo Caracci) 

buned, January 2, 1557. School. 

Portrait and subject painter. 

He was the son of Barto- 
lommeo Carucci, a painter 
of not much note. Studied 
with Leonardo da Vinci, Al- 
bertinelli. Pier di Cosimo and Andrea del Sarto. He is 
seen at his best in portraiture. 

230. 

THE VIRGIN WITH THE INFANT CHRIST AND 
SAINTS. 

On panel, 4554 x 37/4* 

231. 

THE HOLY FAMILY. 

On panel, 3754 x 5ij4- 


MABUSE, 

(Mabusius, Malbodius, 
Maboggio, Mobugius) 
Jan van. (real name, Jan 
Gossart or Gossaert) 

See No. 51. 



105 


LOTTO, 

Lorenzo, (called II 
Bergamasco, from his 
long residence in 
Bergamo) 
Venetian School. 



ORN at Bergamo or Tre- 
viso (?) about 1480; died at 
Loreto about 1554. Subject 
painter. According to Vas- 
ari, he was the friend and 
assistant of Palma at Venice, 
Studied the works of Gio- 
vanni Bellini and Giorgione. 


232. 

THE INFANT CHRIST RECEIVING ADORATION 
AND GIFTS. 

On panel, 46J4 x 60. 


233. 

RUBENS, CHRIST ON THE CROSS DURING THE ECLIPSE. 

Peter Paul. On panel, 43 x 28 ) 4 * 

See No. 33. This picture formerly belonged to the Dominican Con- 
vent at Antwerp. The panel is marked on the back with 
the arms of the Painters’ Guild of St. Luke’s at Antwerp. 
From the Collection of the Rev. Father Veerecken. 


234 - 

RUBENS, STUDY OF THE BUST OF CHRIST. 

Peter Paul. On panel, X 1 9. 

See No. 33. 



106 


MIHALY MUNKACSY. 


226. Christ on Calvary. 



175 




ORN at Antwerp, May 19, JORDAENS, 
1593; died there, October 
18, 1678. History painter. 

Pupil of Adam van Noort, 
at whose studio Rubens al- 
so worked, and the two 
forming an intimacy, they 
worked together on cartoons 


for the tapestries of the king of Spain. He never was in 
Italy, but studied the works of the great painters of that 
country at home. While an artist of great power, hav- 
ing a fine feeling for color and much skill in composi- 
tion, he never at any time approached Rubens in his 
work. Received as Master in the Painters’ Guild in 
1615. He married in i6i6, Katherine van Noort, the 
daughter of his master. 


THE HOLY FAMILY. 

On canvas, 40^4 * * 9 - 

From the Collection of the Marquis du BlaiseL 
336. 

THE VIRGIN AND CHILD. 

On panel, 30^ x 20. 



MABUSE, 

(Mabusius, Malbogius, 
Maboggio, Mobugius) 
Jan van. (real name, Jan 
Gossart or Gossaert) 

See No. 51. 


X07 


DOLCI, 

Carlo. (Carlino) 
Florentine School. 


LEYDEN, 

Lucas van. (real name, 
Lucas Jacobaz) 
Dutch School. 


ORN at Florence, May 25, 
1616; died there, January 17, 
1686. A painter of sacred 
subjects. Studied with Ja- 
copo Vignali, a pupil of Mat- 
teo Rosselli. He is called 
by Charles Blanc, the true 
representative of Jesuitical 
art. His color, always harmonious, is well suited to the 
religious subjects he painted. He was the last one of 
the Florentine school of any importance. 

237 - 

THE VIRGIN AND CHILD. 

On canvas, octagonal, 3754x3054. 



ORN at Leyden, 1494; died 
there, 1533. History, genre, 
landscape, portrait painter 
and etcher; a wide field of 
subjects, but he was equally 
successful in them all, being 
one of the great masters of 
the Dutch school. Pupil of 
his father, Huig Jacobaz, and of Cornells Engelbrechts- 
zen. When he was only eight or nine years old, he 
etched plates from his own drawings, and some of his 
youthful works are still very much esteemed. He and 
Albert Durer were intimate friends. He was patronized 
by Charles V. and the Archbishop Margaret. His paint- 
108 




PETER PAUL RUBENS. 

233. Christ on the Cross During the Eclipse. 



176 


. • ; H ‘ -r' ' '■ 




ings are scarce, but his engravings numy and are consid- 
ered very valuable, those on copper ranking with the 
work of Durer and Marc Antonio. Master of Antwerp 
guild in 153a. 

338. 

THE VIRGIN AND CHILD ENTHRONED. 

On panel, 3954 x 



109 


CARLO DOLCI. 
337. The Virgin and Child. 



177 



ROTUNDA AND STAIRWAYS 


JACOB JORDAENS. 
235. The Holy Family. 





178 


I 



ROTUNDA AND STAIRWAYS 

339. 

A LADY OF THE COURT OF CHARLES II. 

On canvas, 475^ * 3 ^H‘ 

240. 

PORTRAIT OF A CARDINAL IN HIS ROBES. 
On canvas, 47 x 3554* 


yjb,- 

ORN at London about 1740; 
died at Aleppo, 1798. Por- 
trait painter. Studied at the 
Academy of St. Martin’s- 
Lane and in the gallery of 
the Duke of Richmond. 
Early in his life he went to 
the East Indies, returning 
to England in 1777, where he remained some time, but 
finally determined to go back again and to travel over- 
land to reach there. He only succeeded in getting as far 
as Aleppo, when he became ill and died. 

241. 

BUST OF A YOUNG GIRL. 

On canvas, 23^ x 19^. 



113 


LELY, 

Sir Peter, (real name, 
Peter van der Faes) 
See No. 29. 


BASSANO, 

Jacopo da. 

See No. 21. 


KETTLE, 

Tilly. 

English School. 


TEMPLE, 

Hans. 


MIEREVELT, 

Michiel Janszen van. 

See No. ii. 


BRUEGHEL, 

(Breughel) Jan. 
(Called Fluweelen, 
velvet, Bruegel) 
Flemish School. 


Contemporary, Vienna, Austria. 

242. 

PORTRAIT OF MUNKACSY IN HIS STUDIO 
PAINTING HIS PICTURE OF “CHRIST BEFORE 
PILATE.” 

On canvas, 5 ft. 1 1 in. x 7 ft. 7 in. 




243 - 

portrait OF AN OLD MAN. 
On panel, 30x24. 




ORN at Brussels, 1568; died 
at Antwerp, January 13, 
1625. His pictures were 
chiefly landscapes but he 
painted in addition genre 
and mythological subjects, 
still-life and animals. Son 
of Peeter Brueghel, the elder, 
also a painter. He was a pupil for a little while at Ant- 
werp of Peeter Goetkint, but aside from this he was self- 
taught. He was a rapid worker, notwithstanding that 
he carried his pictures to the highest finish of detail; 
he was held in great esteem by his contemporaries with 
whom he had a lasting influence. He had several pupils 
who became well known. He worked conjointly with 
and had for friends. Van Balen, Rottenhammer and 
Rubens, being very intimate with the latter. He was 
in Italy from 1593-96 and then settled at Antwerp, being 



ANDREA SCHIAVONE. 
227. The Presentation in the Temple. 



179 





master of the guild there in 1597, dean in 1602, and a 
citizen in 1601. He was for a while in 1616 in Nurem- 
berg. His earlier pictures were those of flowers and fruit, 
but he gained his reputation later by landscapes and 
marines. 

244. 

THE MARKET PLACE. 

On panel, 30^ x 20. 




ORN at Middclharnis, bap- 
tized, February 23, 1744; 
died at The Hague, Febru- 
ary 7, 1808. Fruit and flow- 
er painter. Pupil of Aart 
Schouman, but modelled his 
work after Jan van Huy- 
sum,whom he often equalled 
in his coloring. He painted a few marines. Was direc- 
tor of the Academy of Belles Lettres at The Hague and 
author of several books. 

245 - 

flowers AND FRUIT. 

On panel, 35^4 x 27. 

Signed J, van Os, Fecit. 



246. 

UN BEY DE TUNIS. 

On panel, 2854 x 39 > 

From the Galleries of Lord Wellesley and Marquis du 
Blaisel. 


OS, 

Jan van. 
Dutch School. 


RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 

See No. 33. 




RANG, 

Jean. 
French School. 


ANGELO, 

Michel del Campidoglio. 
(called II Campidoglio, 
from an office he held in 
the Campidoglio or 
Capitol of Rome) 
Italian School. 


ORN at Montpellier about 
1674; died at Madrid, July 
(?) 1735* History and 
portrait painter. Son and 
pupil of Antoine Ranc, a 
portrait painter, later a pu- 
pil of Hyacinthe Rigaud. In 
1724 he was invited to the 
Spanish court and was made first painter to the king and 
sent by him to Portugal to paint the royal family. 

247. 

PORTRAIT OF ELISABETH FARNESE, WIFE OF 
PHILIP V. OF SPAIN. 

On canvas, 4854 x 40. 





ORN at Rome, i6io; died 
1670. Still-life painter. Pu- 
pil of Fioravanti. He was 
very happy in his rendering 
of flowers and fruit, which 
he painted in a manner far 
superior to any artist of his 
time. Many of his works 
are found in England, a very fine one being in the col- 
lection of the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim. 

248. 

FRUIT PIECE. 

On canvas, 38% x 36^. 

116 



JACOPO DA PONTORMO. 

230. The Virgin with the Infant Christ and Saints. 



i8o 



349 - 

portrait OF A VENETIAN NOBLEMAN. 
On canvas, 42^ x 36^. 




350. 

HEAD. 

On canvas, 16 x 20^. 




351. 

PORTRAIT DE LA COMTESSE DE CLERMONT. 
On canvas, 4654x63*4. 

yj^ 


ORN at Augsburgh, 1497; 
died at London, 1543. A 
painter of portraits and re- 
ligious pictures. His father 
and in fact most of his fam- 
ily were in business as paint- 
ers and decorators, and 
Hans the elder, took his 
two sons, Ambrosius and Hans, into his studio or work- 
shop and there they all worked till 1516. About this time 
the two brothers went to Basle, where the great Amer- 
bach press was, its business being then carried on by 
John Froben and he it was who became Hans’ first pa- 



BASSANO, 

Jacopo da. 

See No. ai. 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. 145. 


RIGAUD, 

Hyacinthe. 

See No. 6. 


HOLBEIN, 

Hans, (the younger) 
German School. 


II7 


tron, the well-known printer's mark on so many of the 
press books having been designed by the young artist. 
He had another strong patron in Jacob Myer, burgo- 
master of Basle, whose portrait Holbein painted. It was 
for him too he executed some years later the Myer 
Madonna at Darmstadt, which is considered to be one 
of the finest religious paintings in the world. In 1517 he 
left Basle and travelled for two years, then on his return 
home in 1520 he became a citizen of Basle and a mem- 
ber of the Painters’ Guild. At this time Erasmus re- 
turned after an absence of six years from Basle and the 
artist and scholar became intimate. How they managed 
to converse is a mystery as neither one could speak any 
modern language save his own, and Holbein was no 
Latin scholar in fact displaying a wonderful ignorance 
of it, as shown by the inscriptions on his portraits, but 
in spite of all this they were friends. Illustrating not 
being remunerative and as he had increased his expenses 
by marrying Elsbeth Schmidt, a widow, he decided in 
1526 to leave home and try his fortune in London, 
whither he went carrying a letter from Froben’s editor 
to Sir Thomas More, Speaker of the House of Commons. 
This gentleman invited him to stay at his house, where 
he met many of the notable people of the day. In 1528 
the Plague broke out and he was obliged to return home, 
but only remained a short time being in London again 
in 1531. About 1537 we find him at the English court 
with the title, ‘‘Servant to the King’s Majesty;” in this 
same year he painted the great portrait of Henry VII. 
with Elizabeth of York. All that is known about his death 
is that when the Plague came again to London in 1543, he 
made his will on October 7, and by November 29, he was 
already dead. His pictures are rarely dated after 1533. 

252. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN, 

On panel, 22 x 17. 


118 


LORENZO LOTTO. 

232. The Infant Christ Receiving Adoration and 
Gifts. 



i8i 



253 - 

portrait OF A COURTIER. 

On pcuiel, 23 X 

254 

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
On panel, iSy x 23. 

255. 

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. 
On canvas, 25 x 30*4* 


ORN at Paris, September 
29, 1703; there. May 30, 
1770. History and genre 
painter. For the most part 
he was self-taught, for he 
attended the school of Lc 
Moine only three months, 
then he was employed in 
drawing for the engravers from his own compositions 
and Wattelet’s. He obtained the first prize at the Acade- 
my in 1723 and later went to Rome with Carle van Loo, 
returning to Paris in 1731. He became a member of 
the Academy in 1734, a professor in 1737, a director in 
1765, and at the death of Carle van Loo, was appointed 
first painter to the king. He was called ‘‘Painter of the 

119 



RAVESTEYN, 

Jan van. 

See. No. 75 


VOS, 

Comelis de. (the elder) 
Sec No. 27. 


REYNOLDS, 

Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 
See No. 145. 


BOUCHER, 

Fran9ois. 

French School. 



Graces,” and the affected style of the eighteenth century 
attained its greatest height in this man. Nothing could 
be less true to nature and life than the pictures he painted. 

15 ” SCULPTURE. 

On canvas, 32% x 36. 


CANALETTO, ON A CANAL. 

j/ On canvas, 20^4 x 26. 

See No. 43. 


BOUCHER, la PEINTURE. 

Francjois. On canvas, 32j4 X 36. 
See No. 256. 


MORONI, P^<SrTRAIT of a duke of urbino. 

Giovanni Battista. On canvas, 2454 x 28*4. 

See No. X2, 

260. 

MAES, PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. 

(Maas) Nicolaas! ®n canvas, 33% X 2754. 

See No. 32. 


RUBENS, 

Peter Paul. 
See No. 33. 


261. 

PORTRAIT D’HOMME, LUI-MEME. (?) 
On panel, ig^ x 24. 


120 


JAN VAN MABUSE. 
231. The Holy Family. 



i 82 




263. 

THE CARD PLAYERS. 
On canvas, igj 4 x 255^. 


263. 

PORTRAIT OF A VENETIAN NOBLEMAN. 

On canvas, 4 ft. in. x 6 ft. 11 % in. 

ORN at Gouda, i6io; died 
very early in life. Portrait 
painter. The pictures this 
artist left, show that he must 
have been an unusually tal- 
ented man, for cut off in his 
youth as he was, they look 
more like the work of a ma- 
tured artist, rather than that of a student. There is in 
his native city a very fine portrait group by him, which 
is remarkable for its freedom in drawing and great 
strength of color. 

264. 

family group. 

On canvas, 6 ft. in. x 8 ft. 4 in. 

y^^ 

265. 

CATTLE PIECE. 

On panel, 40 % x 28. 

yjb» 

366. 

PORTRAIT OF PHILIP II. OF SPAIN. 

On canvas, 6 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 7J4 in. 

121 



TENIERS, 

David. ( the younger) 
See No. 7. 


TINTORETTO, 

Jacopo. 

See No. 17. 


DONCKER, 

Jan. 

Dutch School. 


CUYP, 

(Kuyp) Aelbert. 
See No. 87. 


TITIAN, 

(Tiziano VecellioJ 
See No. 23. 


JAN VAN MABUSE. 
236. The Virgin and Child. 





LUCAS VAN LEYDEN. 
238. The Virgin and Child Enthroned. 



184 





MUNKACSY AND PRIMITIVE GALLERY, 
North-east View. 





MUNKACSY AND PRIMITIVE GALLERY, 
South-west View. 



1 86 




INDEX OF PAINTINGS 


1 ND£X« ConsUblc, John. R. A. 150 

<« “ 15a 

«« •* •• 153 

“ •« •• 15$ 

«< «« *« . , • . 156 

«* “ 157 

“ “ 159 

«« «• ** 160 

“ “ 161 

Coques, Gonzales 100 


Cosway, Richard. R. A 134 

Cotes. Francis. R. A 197 

** “ “ 199 

Cuyp, Aelbert 87 


“ “ 114 

** ** . . 265 

Cuyp, Jacob Gerritsz 85 


Dobson, William 174 

“ ** 192 

“ “ *93 

** “ 206 

Dolci, Carlo 237 

Doncker, Jan 264 

Dossi, Battista 44 

Dou, Gerard 68 

“ 73 

Dyck, Sir Anthony van 2 

“ ‘‘ ** 60 

“ “ “ “ 61 


. loi 
. 113 


Eisen, Charles J 126 

Elias, Nicolaes 89 

Ezekiel, E. A 224 

Flinck, Govaert 119 


Gainsborough, Thomas. R. A 140 

** *« 142 

** ** “ 170 

«* *« 181 

** •* •< 203 

•* •* •* 208 


•* •* “ 216 


Gordon, Sir John Watson. R. A. 

Goycn, Jan van. 

** *« 

Greuze, Jean Bapdste. 

Guardi, Francesco 

it it . . . • 


168 INDEX. 
72 
125 
56 
19 
ss 


Hals, Frans, (the elder). . 
Hals, Frans, (the younger), 
Heda, Willem Claasz. . . 
Heem, Jan Davidsz de. . 

Hilton, William 

Hobbema, Meindert . . 
Hogarth, William. . . . 

II II , , . . 


II II 

Holbein, Hans, (the younger), 
Hondecoeter, Melchior D\ . 
Honthorst, Gerard van. . . 

II “ . . . 

Hooch. Pieter de^ . . . . 

Hoppner, John. R. A. . . . 

II ** ** ... 


II <* 

II i< ** 

II II ** 


26 

81 

112 

57 

162 

86 

210 

213 

217 

25a 

80 

43 

109 

22 

158 

187 

189 

194 

207 

219 


Jordaens, Jacob, 


235 


Kauflfmann, Maria Anna Angelica. R. A. 

Ketel, Cornelis 

Kettle, Tilly 

Keyser, Thomas de 

II II ‘I 

Knap ton, George 

Koedyck, Nicolaes 


121 

99 

241 

84 

94 

204 

70 


Largilliere, Nicolas 3 

II ti 5 

** 37 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas. P. R. A *7® 

II II II II ^95 

II II II II 218 

II II II II 223 

Le Brun, Mme. Marie Louise Elisabeth *3 

II II II II II 4® 

II II II II II 48 

Lely, Sir Peter. 29 


INDEX. Le>y- Sir Peter. 


<« <( 


Le Nain 

Leyden, Lucas van, 
Lotto, Lorenzo. . 


36 

49 

141 

205 

209 

239 

10 

238 

232 


Mabuse, Jan van. 

•« M <1 


*• «» i< 

Maes, Nicolaas. 


<« *€ 

Marieschi, Jacopo. . ! 

Metsu, Gabriel 

Mierevelt, Michiel jaiiszen van 
“ 

“ •• M «< 


<1 

Mignard, Pierre. 
Moreelse, Paulus. 
* * ( ( 

“ (< 


<( «i 

(the elder). 


Morland, George 

Mor, van Dashorst Antonis. 

** it 

Moroni, Giovanni Battista 


* * it 

MunlcAcsy, Mihdiy. 

Murillo, Bartolomd Est6ban 
“ “ «« 
Myn, Herman van der. . 


236 


32 

106 

260 

129 

59 


. II 


. 25 
. 46 

. Ill 


243 

133 

103 

105 

123 

180 

45 

47 

12 

16 

38 
259 

225 

226 

8 

39 
iio 


Nattier, Marc. (p 4 re) 4 

Neer, Aart van der. . ' ‘.8* 


Ochtervelt, Jacob. 
Opie, John. R. a, 


Os, Jan van 

Ostade, Adriaan van. 
Ostade, Isack van. 
Owen, William. R.' A. 


77 

138 


139 

196 


245 

108 


179 


Pater, Jean Baptiste Joseph. ^5 INDEX* 

Plimer, Andrew 

Pontormo, Jacopo da 

Pourbus, Frans, (the younger) . 


Raeburn, Sir Henry. R. A. 

44 II II 41 

Ranc, Jean 

Raphael, School of. ... 
Ravesteyn, Jan van. . . . 

44 44 44 


Rembrandt, van Ryn 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 


Rigaud, Hyacinthe. 

I I 44 

Romney, George. . 


Rubens, Peter Paul. 

44 44 44 


44 


Ruisdael, Jacob van, 


. 149 

. 165 
. 247 

. 229 
. 75 
. 79 

• 253 

. I 

. US 
. 154 
. 163 

. 17$ 
. 177 

. 214 
. 220 
. 250 

• 255 

. 6 

• 251 


. 186 
. 215 
. 222 
. 33 
. 53 
. 88 
. 122 
. 233 
. 234 
. 246 
. 261 

. 64 


Santvoort, Dirckvan 

Schiavone, Andrea 

Steen, Jan 

Stcenwyck, Hendrik ran. (the younger) 
SMttermans, Justus 


. 115 

. 227 

. 117 

. 118 

. 71 


Temple, Hans 

Teniers, David, (the younger), 

44 44 44 44 

41 44 << 

Terburg, Gerard 


242 

7 

120 

262 

52 


INDEX. Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista 132 

Tintoretto, Jacopo 17 

•• 34 

*• 50 

263 

Titian, (Tiziano Vecellio) 23 

“ ** 31 

“ ** “ 266 

Tournieres, Robert Levrac 128 

Trinquesse • .... 127 

Turner, Joseph Mallord William. R. A 185 

“ 190 

Velasquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y 20 

Velde, Willem van de. (the younger) ^2 

Verkolje, Jan 

Verspronck, Jan 

" “ 102 

Victors. Jan 98 

Vincent, George 211 

Vos, Cornelis de. (the elder) 27 

* 3 * 

“ » 254 

Walker, J. Henson 1^8 

** “ ** 202 

Walker, Robert 182 

Ward, James. R. A 173 

Wecnix, Jan Baptista. 58 

“ 78 

West. William 


Westall, Richard. R.A 

Wheatley, Francis 

** ** 167 

“ ” 184 


•• ... .. .. .. .. .. •• ..1 00 

Witherington, William Frederick. R. A 183 

XVIII. Century 18 

XVI. Century 228 



INDEX OF REPRODUCTIONS 


(FIGURES REFER TO PLATES) 


Angelo, Michel del Campidoglio, 

Barker, Benjamin 

Barker, Thomas 

Bassano, Jacopo da 

41 *« *< 

44 44 44 ^ ^ , 

Beechey, Sir William. R. A. . 

44 44 44 44 ^ 

“ “ “ “ . . . 

Berchem, Claas Pietersz. ... 
Bol, Ferdinand. 

44 “ 

Bonington, Richard Park es. . . 
Boucher, Fran$ois 

44 it 

Bray, Jan de 

Bronzino, Agnolo 

44 ** 

44 it 

Brueghel, Jan 

Bylert, Jan van 


94 INDEX. 

15* 

164 

5 

34 

9* 

117 

139 

152 

53 

42 

82 

158 

112 

112 

78 

60 

63 

7> 

58 

61 


Canaletto, II 

<1 “ 

Capelle.Jan vander 

Cenlen, Cornells Janson van. . 
^ ,, 44 4 * “ 

Chardin, Jean Baptiste Simeon. 
Collins, William. R. A. . . . 
Constable, John. R. A. ... 

44 “ “ . . . 

44 “ “ . . . 

*4 “ “ . . . 

44 “ “ . . . 

<• “ “ . . . 

41 ** “ . . . 

44 “ . . . 

44 “ “ . . . 

44 “ . . . 

44 “ . . . 

44 “ “ . . . 

4 * “ “ . . . 

4 * ** “ . . . 

44 4 4 “ . . . 

Coques, Gonzales 


32 

83 

46 

64 

65 

109 
142 
1 18 
126 
126 
129 
129 

132 

132 

141 

*5« 

153 

153 


156 

162 

170 

170 

20 


INDEX. 


Cosway, Richard. R. A 

Cotes, Francis. R. A ’ * 

Cuyp, Aelbert ‘ i 3 

tt t( * * • 24 

«« «« !....!!!!!!! ^5 

ti tt 2^ 

Cuyp, Jacob Gcrritsz • • • . Ss 

** (t (t * * ’ * 71 

* • 95 

Dobson, William 

‘‘ “ 137 

i( It ‘ 150 

“ “ * i i i i !!! i !!!!!!!!!!’* ‘ ^59 

Dolci, Carlo ! ! ! ! 

Doncker,Jan i 

Dossi, Battista .*.'.**** o 

Don, Gerard °7 

*t It ^ ^ 67 

Dyck, Sir Anthony van ^7 

“ “ *« 3 

“ ft it it lo 

ft ft ti tt lo 

ft ti tt tt 23 

tt tt it 44 

tt ti it it gg 

tt tt ti it 62 

ft tt tt it 68 

94 

Flinck, Govaert 

30 

Gainsborough, Thomas. R. A 

ft tt it 120 

tt ti it 123 

“ ft ft ♦ . . . 

ft it 144 

145 

Gallery, Dutch, Flemish and French. North-west View 

;; ;; “ “ south east •• ' : : : : jz 

“ “ North-east “ • • • • tti 

“ “ South-west ** . . . tt^ 

English. South east View 

“ “ North-east “ ^ 

“ “ Southwest “ .... 

“ Munkdcsy and Primitive. South-east View 

“ “ “ “ North-east “ 

“ “ “ “ South-west “ 

Gordon, Sir John Watson. R. A 

Goyen, Jan van 

Greuze, Jean Baptiste 

Guardi, Francesco 

it * it 36 

56 

Hals, Frans, (the elder) 

Hals, Frans, (the younger) ^ 

Heda, Willem Claasz 

Heem, Jan Davidsz de 


Hilton, William 

Hobbema, Meindert. . . . : . 
Hogarth, William 

If If 

If i( 

Holbein, Hans, (the younger), 
Hondecoeter, Melchior D*. . . 
Honthorst, Gerard van 

If II “ . , . 

Hooch, Pieter de 

Hoppner, John. R. A 

it it it 

II II , 

If II If 

If II II 


*60 index. 

14 

130 

I4I 

169 

22 

79 

45 

88 

16 


123 

125 

135 

149 

166 


Jordaens, Jacob, 


178 


Kauffmann, Maria Anna Angelica. R. A. 

Ketel, Cornells 

KetUe, Tilly 

Keyser, Thomas de 


Knapton, George. 
Koedyck, Nicolaes. 



47 


48 

168 

38 


Largilli^re, Nicolas 

°i« << 

i< << 

I^wrence, Sir Thomas. P. R. A. . . . 

ft it i( ‘I 

H ** “ “ . . . 

I e Bmn. Mme. Marie Louise Elisabeth. 

ft it «« «« 

ft it fi «* *< 

Lely, Sir Peter 

II “ “ 

II ** ** 

Le Nain. (The Brothers) 

Leyden, Lucas van 

Lotto, Lorenzo 


99 

105 

108 
1 19 
122 
138 
103 
103 

108 


43 

69 


97 

168 


98 


184 

181 


Mabuse, Jan van 

II u it 

it a it 

Maes, Nicolaas 

If 

II “ 

Metsu, Gabriel 

Mierevelt, Michiel Janszen van, 

(( If if if 

(( If if If 

K If if if 

Mignard, Pierre, (the elder). . 


27 

182 

*83 

22 

51 

87 

41 

12 


40 

73 

77 

102 


INDEX. Moreelse, Paulus 

Morland, George 

Mor, van Dashorst Antonis. 
Moroni, Giovanni Battista. 

it ti n 

4i «t (< 

Munkdcsy, Mihdly. . . . 

<( ti 

Murillo, Bartolom^ Esteban. 

it It II 

Myn, Herman van der. . . 


59 

74 

M7 

52 

19 

33 

37 

174 

175 

28 

39 

92 


Nattier, Marc, (pere) 
Neer, Aart van der. 


Ochtervelt, Jacob. . . 
Opie,John. R. A. . . 

II II II 

Os, Jan van 

Ostade, Adriaan van. . 
Ostade, Isaak van. . . 
Owen, William. R. A. 


57 

124 

135 

50 

46 

89 

160 


Pater, Jean Baptiste Joseph. . 

Pontormo, Jacopo da 

Pourbus, Frans, (the younger) 


107 

180 

83 


Raeburn, Sir Henry. R. A. . 

II 11 it II 

Ranc, Jean 

Ravesteyn, Jan vau 

II II II 

II II II 

Rembrandt, van Ryn 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua. P. R. A. 


II II II 

II II II 

II II II 

II II It 

If II II 

II II II 


Rigaud, Hyacinthe. 

II II 

Romney, George. , 

II II 

II II 

II It 

Rubens, Peter Paul. 

II II II 

II II II 

II II II 

II II II 

If II II 

Ruisdael, Jacob van, 


128 


134 


lOI 

42 

76 

91 

I 

116 

131 

133 


136 

138 

146 


155 

100 

106 


119 

127 

M3 

154 

7 

21 

63 

72 

90 

176 

8 


Santvoort, Dirck van 

Schiavone, Andrea 

Steen, Jan 

Steen w>’ck, Hendrik van. (the younger) 
Suttermans, Justus 


INDEX. 


179 

70 


Teniers, David, (the younger). . . . 

<( (i (( < ( 

t( i( (t (( 

Terburg, Gerard. 

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista 

Tintoretto, Jacopo 

ii it 

(i ti 

it ti 

Titian. (Tiziano Vecellio) 

it it it 

it it it 

Tourni^res, Robert Levrac. 

Turner, Joseph Mallord William. R. A. 

it ii it “ 


6 


31 

55 

26 

50 

II 

15 

15 

84 


5 

9 

35 

104 

121 

148 


Velasquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y. 
Velde, Willem van de. (the younger). 

Verkolje, Jan 

Verspronck, Jan 

it “ . . 


Victors, Jan 

Vincent, George. . . • . • 
Vos, Cornells de. (the elder). 


56 

34 

26 

86 

93 

164 

*3 

49 

98 


Walker, Robert 

Ward, James. R. A 

Weenix, Jan Baptists 

West, William 

Westall, Richard. R. A 

Wheatley, Francis 

Witherington, William Frederick. R. A. 


166 

147 

79 

161 

144 

162 
158