14. NATIONAL GALLERY.
in prayer (primitive in colouring, common in form, and lighted
for effect); 70. Padovanino (Alessandro Varotari, of Arenice ; d.
1650), Cornelia and her children (children form this artist's
favourite subject); *644. Giulio Romano, Rape of the Sabine
women, and Reconciliation between the Romans and Sabines (these
pictures recall, in many respects , Raphael's frescoes in the Arati-
can). Annibale Caracci (younger brother of Lodovico, and founder
along with him of the Bolognese academy), 93. Silenus gathering
grapes (on a gold ground); 94. Pan teaching Apollo to play on the
pipes, quite in the style of ancient frescoes, ll. Guido Reni (A.
1642"), St. Jerome; 198. Ann. Caracci, Temptation of St. Anthony,
unattractive; 22. Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, A. 1666),
Angels weeping over the dead body of Christ (a good example of
this painter, resembling Caravaggio in the management of the
light, and recalling the picture of the same subject by Aran Dyck
in the Antwerp Museum). Canaletto (Antonio Canute, of A'enice;
d. 1780), 127. View of the Scuola della Carita, now the Accademia
delle Belle Arti, at A'enice; 163. Grand Canal at Venice. 811.
Salvator Rosa (Neapolitan landscape painter, d. 1673), Forest
scene, with Tobias and the Angel; 174. Carlo Maratti (Roman
painter, d. 1713), Portrait of Cardinal Cerri. Ann. Caracci, 25.
St. John in the wilderness; *56. Landscape with figures.
'Under the influence of Titian's landscapes and of Paul Bril, who was
so justly esteemed by him , Annibale acquired that grandeur of composi¬
tion , and beauty of outlines, which had so great an influence upon
Claude and Gaspar Poussin.' — jr.
210. Francesco Guardi (Aenetian follower of Canaletto, d.
1793), A'iew of the Church, Campanile, and Piazza of San Alarco
at A'enice; 160. Pietro Francesco Mala (of Alilan, an imitator of
Albani; d. 1668), Repose on the Flight into Egypt; 642. Garofalo
(Benvenuto Tisio of Ferrara, d. 1559), Agony in the Garden. Ann.
Caracci, 88. Erminia taking refuge with the shepherds (from
Tasso); 9. (?) Christ appearing to St. Peter after his Resurrection
(the difficulties of fore-shortening have been only partially over¬
come). 271. Guido Reni (?"), Ec.ee Homo; 21. Cristoforo Allori
(Florence, d. 1621), Portrait of a lady; 138. Giovanni Pannini
(Roman architectural painter, d. 1764), Ancient ruins, with figures ;
*190. Guido Reni, Youthful Christ embracing St. John, a very
characteristic work, and the best picture by Guido in this collection ;
246. Jacopo Pacchiarotto (Siena, A. after 1540), Aladonna and
Child ; 76. Correggio (Antonio Allegri, A. 1534), Christ in Gethse-
mane (repetition of the original in the possession of the Duke of
AVellington) ; 172. Caravaggio (Michaelangelo Amerigi, founder of
the naturalistic school of Naples; d. 1009), Christ and the Disciples
at Emmaus; *84. Salvator Rosa, Landscape with figures; 85.
Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri, A. 1641), St. Jerome and the
angel. Guido Reni, 214. (?) Coronation of the Virgin; *177. Mag¬
dalene; 193. Lot and his daughters leaving Sodom. G45. Mariotto