284 Route 40. AMSTERDAM. Félix Meritis.
visitors ring at the door to the left (catalogue 25 c. ; the pictures
bear the names of the artists").
Room I. To the right : 57. A. de Lelie, Girl cleaning a kettle ;
54. H. Koekkoek, Fishing-boats on the beach ; 25. L. Dubourcq,
Scène in the Campagna ; *34. Ch. Immerzeel, Landscape with cattle ;
135. E. Fichel (pupil of Delaroche), Chess-players (1858); *156.
Lindlar (pupil of Schirmer), Lake of Lucerne ; 78. W. Roélofs,
Dutch landscape; 71. Van Oos, Still-life; 50, 55. H. Koekkoek,
Sea-pieces ; 138. Gudin, Fishing-village on the French coast.
RoomII. To the right: *128. Decamps, Horses at pasture; 110.
Verlat, Dog and parrot; *124. Rosa Bonheur, Team of horses;
*147. Meissonier, The death-bed; 158. Pettenkoven, Duel; 108.
Verboeckhoven, Sheep; 140. Gudin, Spanish coast ; 114. Verveer,
Fair at Scheveningen ; 142. Guillemin, Visiting the poor ; 15.
J. Bosboom, Administration of the Sacrament in the Groote Kerk at
Utrecht; *93. Schelfhout, Stranded ship at Scheveningen; 96.
Scholten, Dead horse ; *129. Decamps, Turkish school; *152. A.
Achenbach, Water-mill; 79. Roelofs, Landscape; 127. Decamps,
The lost track ; Pieneman, 73. Portrait of the king of Holland, 74.
(over the door way) Portrait of the fo under of the muséum ; 131. De¬
camps, Flock of sheep in stormy weather(bought in 1860 for 1 l,215fl.) ;
*146. P. Marilhàt, Caravan crossing a river; *81. Ary Scheffer,
Christus Consolator (Luke, iv. 18), a large picture well-known from
engravings and photographs (p. 352 ; bought in 1853 for 24,800fl.);
122. J. Beaume, Rescue by the monks of St. Bernard ; 94. Schelf¬
hout, Winter-landscape ; 38. N. de Keyser, Francis I. of France in
the house of Benvenuto Cellini; 125. .Rosa Bonheur, Sheep; 153.
A. Calame, Landscape; 121. Willems, Studio; 95. Schelfhout,
Landscape; *130. Decamps, Town in Asia Minor; 116. Waldorp,
Drawbridge over a canal; 27. Gallait, Woman with two chil¬
dren; 137. Fleury, Palissy the Potter in his worksliop; *58. Leys,
Flemish tavern; 103. C. Springer, Market of Haarlem; 133. Diaz
de la Pena, Nymph with Cupids ; 80. Ary Scheffer, Greeks of the
War of Liberation.
Room III. To the right : 35. Karssen, View of a town ; 39.
Kobell, Landscape ; *157. Pettenkoven, Gipsy. This room also con¬
Room IV. contains drawings (849. Head of a lady by Watteau)
and water-colour copies of celebrated pictures of the Old Dutch
School. The drawings by earlier masters (Dou, A. van Ostade,
A. van de Velde, Van Dyck, etc.), the remainder of the modem
works, and the 'Atlas van Amsterdam', bequeathed to the city
by M. Splitgerber in 1879, are shown on Thur. and Sat. on appli¬
cation to the 'Muséum Bewaarder' (fee 1 fl., devoted to charity).
The Félix Meritis (PI. C, 4), the property of a scientific soc¬
iety of that name, which has existed since 1777 (Keizersgracht
324, near the Beerenstraat), contains a few pictures (including a