Picture Gallery. BRUSSELS. 12. Route. 79
door to the left leads to the Musee Ancien, and atiother to the right
to the Musee Moderne. Passing through the former we enter a
Corridor, hung with Flemish tapestry of the 17th century. It also
contains some sculptures, chiefly by modern Belgian artists: W.
Geefs, C. A. Fraikin (Cupid taken captive), Ad. Fassin, J. de
Braekeleer, Eug. Simonis, J. J. Jaquet, Jos. Geefs (Fallen Angel,
one of his best-known works), Barth. Frison, etc. The cabinets con¬
tain terracotta sculptures of the 17th and 18th centuries. — At the
end of the corridor, to the left, is a door leading to the Gallery of
Ancient Art (Musee Ancien).
MUSEE " MO ' DERNE
Room I. Dutch School. End-wall to the left of the entrance :
344. Van der Meulen, Army of Louis XIV. at the siege of Tournai;
*467. Teniers the Younger, Temptation of St. Anthony; 359. Mou-
cheron, Landscape; 518. German School, Portrait (1557).
"Wall opposite the entrance: 270. Gov. Flinck, Portrait (1640);
253. Van Delen, Portico of a palace, with accessories by Palamedesz
(1642); Jan de Bray, Portrait; *425. Sal. van Ruysdael, River-
scene; 387. F. Pourbus, Portrait (1573); 278. J. van Goyen, View
of Dort, figures by A. Cuyp; 356. Sir A. More, Duke of Alba in
full armour, with a general's baton; 261. Dusart, Consecration of
a Dutch church (1695); 421. Rachael Ruysch, Flowers; 314. Jor-