14. NATIONAL GALLERY.
■uone(Padua, pupil of Squarcione, about 1470), Madonna and Child
enthroned (his chief altar-piece); 276. Giotto (? d. 1337), Two
Apostles; 701. Justus of Padua (school of Giotto, d. 1400),
Coronation of the Virgin, dated 1367 (of cheerful, soft, and well-
blended colouring). Filippo Lippi, 248. Virgin and St. Bernard;
586. (Baldovinetti?), Virgin and Child enthroned. 596. Marco
Palmtzzano (pupil of Melozzo da Forli, b. about 1456), Deposition
in the tomb. — *583. Paolo Uccello (Florence, d. 1479), Battle of
St. Egidio, in which Carlo Alalatesta, Lord of Rimini, was taken
captive by Braccio di Alontone, 1416.
'The Battle of Egidio, fought by Malatesta, who appears with his
youthful nephew Galeazzo at his side, issuing the order to advance ....
Reminiscent of bas-reliefs in their piasticity, and in the peculiar
distribution of the groups and episodes'. — ('. a- C.
752. Lippo Dalmasio (also called Lippo delle Madonne, from
the number of pictures he painted of the Virgin; Bologna , about
1400), Aladonna and Child ; 227. Cosimo Rosselli (? b. at Florence
in 1439), St. Jerome in the desert, with other saints; 284. Barto-
lommeo \'ivurini, Virgin and Child; 7 72. Cosimo Tura, Madonna
and Child enthroned.
Room XVIII. Spanish School. This room contains a few good
works by A'elasquez and Murillo.
To the left: 184. Antonio Moro (Sir Anthony More ; b. at Utrecht
in 1512, d. 1581), Portrait of Jeanne dArehel. —*176. Bartolome
Esteban Murillo (influenced by Velasquez and Van Dyck, d. 1582),
St. John and the Lamb. — *13. Murillo, Holy Family (of the
artist's latest period).
'The heads do not rise above the character of portraits. That of St.
Joseph has something weak and sentimental, while the First Person of
the Trinity is altogether wanting in appropriate expression. On the
other hand the look of childlike innocence and inspiration in the head
of the youthful Christ is very attractive'. — IF.
230. Francesco Zurbarnn (the Spanish Caravaggio, d. 1667),
Franciscan monk; 244. Lo Spagnoletto (Giuseppe Ribera, pupil of
Caravaggio at Naples; d. 16;)6), Shepherd with a lamb. Diego
Velasquez (A. 1660), 741. Dead warrior, known as 'FT Orlando
muerto' (tlie dead Roland); *232. Adoration of the Shepherds
(early work, under the influence of Spagnoletto). *74. Murillo,
(■Spanish peasant boy; 235. Spagnoletto, Pieta. — *T79. Velasquez,
Philip IV. of Spain hunting the wild boar.
, 'Hie figures in the foreground are very vigorously conceived, and
treated with masterly breadth; also the wooded heights in the distauce,
with here and there a Hat patch among them lighted with great
truth'. - IF.
*74:). Velasquez, Philip IV., King of Spain; 195. Unknown
German artist (Lucidel'.'), Portrait of a medical professor.