138 14. NATIONAL GALLERY.
(figure and landscape painter of Haarlem, d. 1683), Italian land¬
scape ; 955. Corne/i»-./Joe/em6ur</(Utrecht, imitator of Roman school;
d. 1666), Ruin, women bathing; 953. David Tenters the Younger
(genre painter in Antwerp, pupil of A. Brouwer and Rubens; d.
1694), The toper. — 943. Hans Memling (? early Flemish master
of Bruges, b. 1430), Portrait of a man, dated 1462.
The best authenticated paintings of this master bear dates not ear¬
lier than 1470. Critics are not yet agreed as to the authorship of this
admirable work, which has also been ascribed to Roger van der Weydeu.
1017. Unknown artist, Hilly, woody landscape (signed D.D.Y.
1622); 1015. Jan van Os (Dutch flower-painter, d. 1808), Fruit
and flowers and dead birds; 958. Both, Outside the walls of Rome;
946. Mabuse (Jan Gossaert, early Flemish portrait and historical
painter, d. 1532), Portrait of a man; 999. Godfried Schalcken
(Dutch genre painter, famed for his candle-light effects, and a
pupil of Gerard Dow; d. 1706), Candle-light; 927. Filippino
Lippi (•>. early Florentine school, d. 1505), Angel adoring; 989.
Jacob van Ruysdael (landscape painter at Haarlem, d. KiSl),
Watermills, 'broadly and solidly executed'; 934. Carlo Dolci
(Florentine painter of sacred subjects, d. 1686), ATrgin and Child;
993. Jan van der lleyde (architectural and landscape painter at
Amsterdam, d. 1712), Landscape; 984. A. van de Vtlde, Land¬
scape with cattle; 974. Philip de Koning (pupil of Rembrandt,
d. 1689), Hilly , woody landscape, with a view of the Scheldt and
Antwerp Cathedral. — *990. Ruysdael, Landscape; an extensive,
flat, wooded country.
This is considered one of the artist's chefs-d'oeuvre. The distance
is unusually blue for him. The catalogue omits to mention the fact that
the figures are by A. van de Velde.
1013. Melchior de Hondekoeter (animal painter at Utrecht, d.
1695), Geese and ducks. — 937. Canaletto, Scuola di San Rocco,
The picture represents ' the ceremony of Giovedi Santo or Maundy
Thursday, when the Doge and officers of state with the fraternity of St.
Rock went in procession to the church of St. Mark to worship the
miraculous blood . . . The figures are by Giov. Battista Tiepolo'. Cata¬
logue, p. 58.
938. Canaletto, Regatta on the Grand Canal; *995. Meindert
Hobbema (pupil of Ruysdael, A. 1709), Forest landscape, of
peculiarly clear chiaroscuro; 933. Padovanino, Boy with a bird;
1003. Jan Fyt (animal painter at Antwerp in the time of Rubens),
Dead birds; 945. Joachim de Patinir (?Antwerp landscape painter,
d. 1524), St. Agnes adoring the Holy Child, in the midst of a
beautiful landscape. —1009. Paul Potter (animal painter at Delft,
the Hague, and Amsterdam; d. 1654), The old grey hunter.
'A peculiar performance for this master; the landscape being treated
in the manner of Ruysdael. Also the size unusual. . . . Independent, however,
of the inscription and date, the character of the animals and the style of
touch would leave no doubt of its originality'. — W.
998. Schalcken, Duet or singing lesson; 1008. Peter Potter
(father of Paul Potter), Stag-hunt; 982. A. van de Velde, Forest