386 Route 53. FLORENCE. Gal. degli Uffizi.
Gerard Dou, Apple-woman; 934. Schalcken, Seamstress; 945. Dirk
van den Bergen, Landscape with cattle; 941. F. Mieris, Woman
asleep; 945. Mieris, Supper; 950. C. Netscher, Portraits of the
painter and his family; 952. Mieris, Wooing; 954. Mieris, The
drinkers; 955. Brouwer, Tavern-scene; 958. Terburg, Lady drink¬
ing ; 964. C. Netscher, Cook; 965. Heemskerk, Card-players; *972.
Metsu, Lady and huntsman; *976. F. Mieris, Portrait of himself;
*977. Jan Steen, Family feast; *979. Rembrandt, or Philip Koninck,
Landscape; 978. Ostade, Man with lantern; *981. F. Mieris, Por¬
trait of the painter and his family (1675); *854. Mieris, Quack;
871. Paul Brill, View of a chateau; *882. Jacob van Ruysdael,
Landscape with cloudy sky; 885. Van der Neer, Landscape ; 888.
Slingeland, Children blowing soap - bubbles ; 892. P. Brueghel,
Christ bearing the Cross ; 895. Portrait of Emp. Ferdinand I. when
a young man, master unknown; 897. Berkheyden, Cathedral of
Haarlem; 918. G. Metsu, Lute-player.
Flemish and German Schools. I. Saloon. To the right.
*812. Rubens, Venus and Adonis, the landscape by J. Brueghel;
845. Cranach, Electors John and Frederick of Saxony; 847 Cra¬
nach, Luther and Melanchthon ; 848. Claude Lorrain, Landscape ;
851. Diirer, Madonna, painted in 1526; *764. B. Denner, Por¬
trait; *765. Holbein the Younger, Richard Southwell. *766. Diirer,
Portrait of his father (1490) ; the clever face and hands are wonder¬
fully lifelike, the style astonishingly broad and vigorous.
Diirer, 768. The Apostle Philip, and 777. (farther on), St.
James the Great.
'Both pictures were painted in water-colours upon linen in 1516. The
heads are of strongly marked individuality, yet it is at the same time
evident that they are not merely studies from life, but that a due regard
has been paid to the characters to be represented'. — Thausing's l Diirer'.
769. Memling, Man praying ; 772. Adam Elzheimer, Landscape ;
*774. Claude Lorrain, Sea-piece, with the Villa Medici at Rome,
778. Memling, St, Benedict; 780. Roger van der Weyden (?), Por¬
trait ; 783. Van Dyck, Madonna; 784. Wrongly ascribed to Hol¬
bein, Zwingli; *786. G. Dou, Schoolmaster; 793. Elzheimer,
Landscape with a scene from the myth of Cupid and Psyche.
*795. Roger van der Weyden, Entombment.
This is perhaps part of the triptych which Van der Weyden painted
at Ferrara in 1449, during his visit to Italy. ' The composition is well
ordered, and the Saviour is one of the most successful that the master
ever painted; the colour of full body, clear, and well preserved, and
some of the heads admirable in their realism'. — ' The Early Flemish
Painters'', by Crowe and Calvalcaselle.
799. Holbein (?), Sir Thomas More; 800. Schalcken, Girl with
In the II. Saloon eight good pictures from the lives of SS. Pe¬
ter and Paul, by Johann Schauffelin of Nuremberg. To the
right: 744. Nic. Frumenti (perhaps the German Meister Korn),
Tabernacle with tlie Raising of Lazarus; 749. Petru* Cristus, Two