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Room II. Flemish and Dutch Schools. "462. Rubens, Madonna and
the Infant Christ appearing to St. Francis; 245. /. van Goyen, River-scene;
267. Barth. van der Heist, Portrait; Jordaens, Huntsman and hounds;
s'460. Rubens, Descent from the Cross, formerly an altarpiece in the convent
of the Capuchins. 465, 466. School of Rubens, Abundance and Providence,
from the decorations of a triumphal arch (comp. p. 141); 796. Holbein,
His wife and children, old copy of the original in Bale Museum, here
with the title 'Caritas', and the inscription: 'Die Liebe zu Gott heisst
Charitas, wer Liebe hatt der tragtt kein Hass' (Love toward God is called
Charity; he who has love bears no hate); 543. A. van Utrecht, Fighting
cocks; 814. Neuchatel, Portraits ofNeudorfer and his son; 268. Barth. van
der Heist, Portrait of a lady (1645) ; "197. A. van Dyck, Assumption; 110. ft
Janssens, Portrait of Anna Maria von Schurmann (1660); "257. Fr. Hals, Girl
laughing, erroneously called 'Hille Bobbe'; 278. Honthorst, Triumph of Si-
lenus; 292. Jordaens, Christ and the Pharisees; 194. Van Dyck, Miracle of
St. Anthony of Padua ; 375. Moucheron, Landscape, with figures by Adrian
van de Velde; -550. W. ran de Velde, Sea-piece; Rembrandt, The angel
leaving Tobias (copy; the original is in the Louvre); 527. Tenters (V or
Gonzales Coques), Portrait of a woman, in a painted architectural frame;
-G. Camphuysen, Two horsemen in a wood, a masterpiece; :::193. Van Dyck,
('rucifixion; 557. J. Victor, Poultry-yard; 191. Duveau, Perseus and An¬
dromeda; "526. Dav. Teniers the Younger, Temptation of St. Anthony;
143. G. de Crayer, Martyrs buried alive (1642); 293. /. Jordaens, The Pro¬
digal Son (a similar picture of this master is in the Dresden gallery); 90.
/. Brueghel, Garland of flowers, surrounding a Madonna by S. Franck; 815.
A. van Ostade, Children at dinner; W. de Geest, Full-length portrait (1650).
Room III. 685-688, 609-613. Unknown Masters, Portraits of princes, of
historical interest oniy; 428. N. Poussin, Finding of Moses (replica of a
picture in the Louvre); G. de Crayer, The Messiah; 591-608. Unknown
Masters, Portraits of princes; 352. Mignard, Fortune; 879. J. J. Weerts,
Legend of St. Francis of Assisi. — 144. G. de Crayer, The Miracuious
Draught of Fishes; 231. Claude Lorrain(l), The Roman Forum; 225. Gal-
lail, Portrait of Ch. Cousin the painter, in the dress of an Arab ; 771. J.
Both, Edge of a forest; 808. N. Maes (I), Portrait; 475. J. van Ruysdael,
Forest-stream; 148. Benj. Cuyp, Portrait; 113. Phil, de Champaigne, The
Good Shepherd; 49. Boilly, Series of 27 portrait-studies for his picture of
Isabey's studio (1800). — In the middle of the room: 755. Sanson, Su¬
sanna, a statue in marble; 723. Cast of Michael Angelo's Madonna of
Bruges. — The side-doors of this and the succeeding hall lead to the
Collection of Drawings (see below).
Room IV. Louis and Francois Watteau, whose works occur so often
in this room, were the nephew and grand-nephew of the celebrated An-
toine Watteau of Valenciennes, of whom, however, the gallery possesses
no specimen; their works are far inferior to those of tiieir kinsman. 437.
J. van Ravesteyn, Portrait of a lady; above, 411. Parrocel, Landscape; 222.
F. Francken, Bearing of the Cross; 382. Muziano, Christ washing his dis¬
ciples' feet; 852. Dutch School of the 17th cent., Portrait of a man with an
open Bible; 311. Largilliere, Portrait of the landscape-painter Jean Forest;
172. Donve, Portrait of the painter Sauvage; 513. J. ran Son, Flowers;
above, 299. Jouvenet, Raising of Lazarus; "153. J. L. David, Belisarius
asking alms (1785); 689. Unknown Master, Portrait; 434. A. de Pujol, Jo¬
seph in prison (1822); 637. Wicar, Christ raising the son of the Widow
of Nain; 436. J. van Ravesteyn, Portrait.
Room V. Modern Painters. 872. Bulin, The Vow; 182. Durau,
Scene from Italian peasant life (monks with the body of a murdered man 1;
308. Lami and Dupres, Battle of Hondschoote, between the French and
Engfish (1793); on either side of the last, Goya, 243. Faded beauty, 242.
Girlhood; 272. Hoeckert (Swedish painter), Preaching in Lapfand ; 5S. Bon-
nat, Death of Abet; 540. Troyon, Landscape; 339. F. D. Laugie, Feeding
the poor (1880); 737. C. Duran, Portrait; 87. Breton, Erection of a 'Mont
de Calvaire'; above, 66. Bouchot, Silenus; 778. B. Constant, The Harem;
157. Delacroix, Medea (1838); 139. Courbel, After dinner.
Room VI. Various Schools. 570. S. de Vos, Resurrection; 202. J.