82 Route 12. BRUSSELS. Picture Gallery.
Anne and Appearance of Christ). 56. Roger van der Weyden (?),
Head of a weeping woman, faded; *34. Memling, Portrait of a man;
29. Lombard, Last Supper (1531); *55. Roger van der Weyden,
Portrait of Charles the Bold; 39. Jan Mostert, Miracles of St. Bene¬
dict; 49. Martin Sehoen, Mocking of Christ. *31. Memling (f),
Crucifixion, with the Virgin and St. John ; in the foreground kneels
Duke Francesco Sforza of Milan with his wife and son; on the
wings, Birth and Resurrection of Christ with Saints; on the back
SS. Jerome and George, in grisaille. *32, *33. Memling, Portraits
of the Burgomaster W. Moreel and his wife, models of plain burgess
simplicity; 43. B. van Orley, Guillaume de Nonnan (1519); 41.
B. van Orley, Trials of Job; 20. Jan van Eyck (more probably by
Gerard David, according to Mr. Crowe), Adoration of the Magi, the
figures somewhat stiff though not unnatural, the colouring vigorous;
53. Dieric Bouts (Stuerbout), Last Supper; 12. Cornells van Co-
ninxloo, Relatives of the Virgin ; 8, 9. Jan van Coninxloo, Birth
and death of St. Nicholas.
Room IV. 26. Marten van Heemskerck (properly Van Veen),
Entombment, on the wings portraits of the donor and his wife with
their patron-saints (1559). — Side-wall: 4. Peter Brueghel the Elder
('Peasant Brueghel'), Massacre of the Innocents, naively represented
as occurring in the midst of a snow-clad landscape : comp. the
companion-piece at the other end of this wall. 185. J. Bosch,
Fall of the rebellious angels, a work of extravagant imagination;
Nic. Maes, Portraits of a man and woman; 313. Jac. Jordaens,
Allegorical representation of the vanity of this world ; P. Brueghel
the Younger, Winter in a Flemish village (1610). ■— End-Wall:
443. P. Snayers, Battle of Wimpfen in 1622, with Tilly in the fore¬
ground; 442. P. Snayers, Battle of the White Hill, near Prague,
1620. — Side-wall, above, two large winged pictures: 231, 232.
Michiel van Coxie, Last Supper, Death of the Virgin; 333. Nic.
Maes, Portrait; 275. Jan Fyt, Dead Game; Barth. van der Heist,
Portrait (1658); 445, 444. Snayers, Battles of Courtrai and Hochst.
Room V. No number, Nic. Maes, Portrait; 211. Ph. de Cham-
paigne, St. Benedict visited by a priest. (Several other scenes from
the life of St. Benedict, formerly in this room, are at present un¬
hung.) 168. Corn, de Baeilleur, Adoration of the Magi; No
number, Ferd. Bol, Portrait; 476. Adr. van Utrecht, Kitchen;
175. N. Berchem, Landscape with ruins; 218. Ph. de Champaigne,
St. Benedict extinguishing a conflagration; 486. T. Veraeght, Ad¬
venture of the Emperor Maximilian on the Martinswand; 184.
F. Bol, Philosopher. — Right wall: 194. Adr. Brouwer, Brawl in
an ale-house; 483. Will, van de Velde, The Zuiderzee; 428. H.
Saftleven, Rural scene; above, 205. Ph. de Champaigne, Pre¬
sentation in the Temple; 392. A. Pynacker, Landscape with stag-
hunt; 237. Gasp, de Crayer, Assumption of St. Catherine. The
Museum contains in all 13 pictures by this master. — 393. Dan.