14. NATIONAL GALLERY.
Pan and Syrinx ; 207. Nic. Mans (figure painter at Dordrecht. a
pupil of Rembrandt; d. 1693), The idle servant, dated 1655, a
chefd'ceuvre of the master; 155. Teniers the Younger, The misers,
or money-changers; 970. Roelandt Savery (of Courtrai, landscape
and animal painter, long at the court of limperor Rudolph II. ; d.
1639), Orpheus; 796. Van Huysum, A'ase with flowers; 50. An¬
tony van Dyck (A. 1641), Flmperor Theodosius refused admission
to the Church of S. Ambrogio at Milan by St. Ambrose (copied,
with slight alterations, from Rubens's picture at A'ienna); 238. Jan
Weenix the Younger (Amsterdam, painter of still-life and flowers;
d. 1719), Dead game and dog; 242. Teniers the Younger, Players
at tric-trac, or backgammon; 291. Lucas Cranach the Elder (Saxon
court-painter, d. 1553). Young lady, very careful in execution and
naive in conception; 924. Peter Neefs (architectural painter at
Antwerp, d. 1651), Interior of a Gothic church, dated 1644;
51. Rembrandt, Portrait of a Jewish merchant, painted after 1660,
according to Aosmaer; 140. Bartholomew van dtr Heist (portrait
painter in Amsterdam, d. 1670), Portrait of a lady; 71. Both,
Landscape with figures. Rubens, 59. The brazen serpent (there is
another picture of this subject by Rubens at Madrid); 46. Peace
and War (presented to Charles I. by Rubens when in England in
11)30). 156. Van Dyck, Study of horses; *53 Cuyp, Landscape
with cattle and figures, noticeable for the masterly treatment of
light and the transparency of the shadows; *757. Rembrandt,
Christ blessing little children. — 289. Rembrandt, Amsterdam
This is a reduced copy of the celebrated picture of this subject at
Amsterdam, which, though a daylight scene, has become so darkened by
age as to be popularly known as the -Night Watch'.
209. Both, Landscape, the figures by Poelemburg; 204. Bak-
huizen, Dutch shipping, dated 1683; 166. Rembrandt, Portrait of
a Capuchin friar; 737. Ruysdael, Landscape with waterfall. —
264. Gerard van der Metre (? early Flemish master, said to have
been a pupil of Hubert van Eyck; about 1450), Count of Hainault
with his patron saint, Ambrose.
'It is executed in the old method of mixed tempera and oil.....
The face of the kneeling Carmelite is soft, and may very properly be
marked among the happiest efforts of a master whose rich ornamenta¬
tions are jewels alike in finish and purity'. — Crowe and Cavnlcaselle,
'Early Flemish Painters'.
72. Jan van Schoorel (? portrait painter at Utrecht), Portrait
of a lady; 654. Roger van dtr Weyden the Younger (? d. 1569),
Magdalene, a picture of little worth ; 716. Patinir, St. Christopher
carrying the Infant Christ, with fine landscape; *747. Memling,
St. John the Baptist and St. Lawrence, 'very minute and deli¬
cately worked'; 705. Stephan Lochner (early master of Cologne,
about 1440), SS. Matthew, Catharine of Alexandria, and John
the Evangelist. — 664. Roger ran der Weyden the Elder (A. 1464),
Deposition in the tomb.