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power with which their varioua aensations of fear, devotion, reverent
wonder, and rapture are expressed, raise Titian to a rank as high as that
held by Raphael and Michaelangelo.' — Crowe á Cavalcasélle.
Entrance-wall: 44. Vitt. Carpaccio, Presentaüon in the Temple
(1510); 36. Cima da Conegliano, Madonna enthroned, with saints and
angels making music; above, *4o. Paolo Veronese, Ceres offering her
gifts to the enthroned Venetia. — To the left, *37. Paolo Veronese,
Madonna enthroned, with saints. — *38. Giov. Bellini, Madonna
enthroned, in a richly decorated niche, with SS. Sebastian and
Dominio and a bishop to the right, and Job, St. Francis, and John
the Baptist to the left; on the steps of the throne are three angels.
This is one of the íinest works of the artist (ca. 1478). 39. Marco
Basaiti, Cali of James and John, the Sons of Zebedee, dating from
1510 and marking with No. 69 in Room V, painted the same year, the
highest level reached by Basaiti under the influence of Giov. Bellini.
— Opposite, *42. Jac. Tintoretto, St. Mark rescuing a slave; this
painting, from the Scuola di San Marco, belongs to the same
series (1548) as those mentioned on pp. 141, 298. — The steps
lead to —
Room III (Sala dei Maestri ItalianiDiversi). Entrance-wall: 62.
Ribera, Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew; 59. Caravaggio, Homer.
Opposite, 56. Garofalo, Madonna in clouds, with four saints (1518).
— The door to the left leads to —
Room IV (Disegni), with ceiling-paintings by Benedetto Caliari
(Assumption) and Tintoretto (Allegories). By the entrance-wall,
in Case 80, are drawings by Albert D'úrer, Hans Baldung Grien, etc.
In the centre is the so-called 'Sketch Book of Raphael' (not genuine;
perhaps by a pupil of Pinturicchio). By the back-wall, in the show-
cases: 35, 38. Drawings by Miehael Angelo; 39, 42, 43, 46. "Draw¬
ings by Leonardo da Vinci, including studies for John the Baptist
(in the Louvre), the missing Adoration of the Shepherds, the Last
Supper (p. 154), and the Battle of Anghiari (p. 473). — We now
return to Room III and pass to the left into —
Room V (dei Belliniani). Entrance-wall: 69. Basaiti, Christ on
the Mt. of Olives (see No. 39, in Room II). To the left: 102. Basaiti,
St. George and the Dragón (1520); 76. Marco Marziale, Supper at
Emmaus (1506); *166. Rocco Marconi(f), Descent from the Cross-,
the group in the centre of great beauty; 80. Bart. Montagna, Ma¬
donna enthroned, with SS. Sebastian and Jerome; 79. Franc.
Bissolo, St. Catharine of Siena receiviug the Crown of Thorns
from Christ. — 89. Carpaccio, Martyrdom of the 10,000 Christians
on Mt. Ararat (1515). — We now pass through the flrst door to the
right into —
Room VI (Sala A. van Dyck). To the right, 176. A. van Dyck,
Christ on the Cross.
Room VII (dei Bergamaschi). To the left, 169. Girol. da Santa
Croce, SS. Gregory and Augustine. — Opposite, 151. Pellegrino da