to the West Station. GENOA. 18. Route. 87
Moretto, Physician (1533); Van Dyck, 'Márchese Antonio Giulio Brignole-
Sale on horseback (restored in 1903)j A. Dilrer, Portrait (1506; ruined);
Titian (school-piece), Philip II. of Spain. On the exit-wall: Van Dyck, Por¬
trait of father and son. Entrance-wall: Van Dyck, Marchesa Paola Brignole-
Sale (ruined), Bearing of the Crosa (early work); Jac. Bassano, Portrait of
father and son; Paris Bordone, «Portrait. — VI. Stanza dell' Estáte:
Guercino, Suicide of Cato; Luca Giordano, Clorinda liberating Olintho and
Sophronia (from Taaso); Guercino, Christ driving out the money-changers ;
B. Strozzi, Incredulity of Thomas; Caravaggio, Raising of Lazaras. On
the window-wall is a large mirror, with a magnificent baroque frame by
FU. Parodi. — VII. Stanza dell'Autunno : Guercino, Holy Family with
SS. John the Evangelist a,nd Bartholomew. — VIII. Stanza dell' Invernó.
To the left, Paolo Veronese, Juditb and Holofernes. Entrance-wall: Pel-
legrino Piola, Holy Family; Murillo, Holy Family (early work); Abraham
Teniers, Two genre-pictures; Paris Bordone, Holy Family with SS. Jerome
and Catharine (one of the master's chief works, but much injured). —
IX. Stanza della Vita dell' Uomo : Tan Dyck, Portrait. Entrance-wall:
Van Dyck, Marchesa Geronima Brignole-Sale, with her daughter (retouched
No. 13, nearly opposite Pal. Rosso, and named 'white' by way of
contrast, is the Palazzo Bianco (Pl. E, 4), erected in 1565-69, also
for a long period the property of the Brignole-Sale family, but be-
queathed in 1889 with numerous works of art to the city by the
Duchess of Galliera (see p. 86), and since 1893 converted into a
museum known like the other as the ""Gallería Brignole-Sale Defer¬
rari (adm., see p. 78; lists in each room).
Vestibule. On the walls are numerous inscriptions and sculptures,
including the remains of Genoese sepulchral monuments.
Entresol. — Room I (left): 137. Genoa with the walls of 1159, a large
painting; 139. View of Genoa harbour in 1319; 110. View of Genoa in 1410
(a copy, dating from 1597); Í05. Large relief-plan of Genoa (1898); 126,138.
Scenes in the Genoese rising against Austria in 1746; 154. Part of the
harbour chain of Pisa, captured in 1290; church-bell of 1292; oíd cannon
found in the harbour in 1890; national relies. — Room II: 1. View of
Corsica, Genoa, and the Riviera di Levante in 1548; 4. Plan of Genoa in
1656; 3. Banner of the 'Thousand of Maraala'. The glass-cases contain
Genoese coins and medals; two letters of Andrea Doria; letters of Gari¬
baldi ; a crystal urn enclosing a small part of the ashes of Columbus, dis-
covered in 1877 in the Cathedral of Santo Domingo; facsimiles of two
lettera of Columbus. — We return to tbe staircase, with the continuation
of the collection of sculpture. On the second landing is (No. "479) a frag-
ment of the tomb of the consort of Emp. Henry VII., by Giov. Pisano.
Second Floor. — The Ante-Room contains sculptures: 1. Head of Janua
from San Lorenzo (lOthcent.); 6. Giov. della Robbia, Terracotta altar, with
the Coronation of the Virgin (from Spezia); 7. Bacchic procession, a Román
sarcophagus-relief from the tomb of Franc Spínola in Gaeta.
Room I. Models of the caravels of Columbus (1892); two globea, by
Padre Coronelli (1688); large Chínese vases.
R. II. 7. Byzantine pallium, with legends of the saints (13th cent.);
Flemish tapestry; Japanese vases.
R. IH. Paintings of the Flemish school. To the left, *7. Rubens, Lovers
(1618); *13. Gerard David (not Floris), Madonna, with SS. Jerome and Nich-
olas of Tolentino; 20. Adr. Isenbranl (not Memling), Madonna; 21. G. David,
Crucifixión (school-piece); 28. J. van Ruysdael, Landscape^ *32. Jan Steen,
Rustic wedding; no number, Van Dyck, Christ and the Pharisees; *34. Teniers
the Younger, Guard-room. On the entrance-wall: Franc. di San Giorgio,
Bronze bust of Giov. Gioviano Pontano. In the middle: Penitent Magdalen,
by Canova (1796).
R. IV. Spanish and French paintings. To the left, 5. Murillo, St. Francis
in ecstasy; 10, 12. Zurbaran, SS. Úrsula and Euphemia; 17. L. David, Por