84 Route 12. BRUSSELS. Picture Gallery.
Vos, The painter and his family. — Right side-wall: 157. J. van
Arthois, Return from the festival, with figures by Teniers the Elder;
406. Rubens, Christ hurling thunderbolts against the wicked world,
while the Virgin and St. Francis are interceding, painted for the
Franciscans of Ghent; 413. Rubens, Venus in Vulcan's forge; 411.
Rubens, Martyrdom of St. Livinus, whose tongue the executioner
has torn out and offers to a hungry dog, one of the great master's
most repulsive pictures, painted for the Church of the Jesuits at
Ghent; 311. Jordaens, Satyr and peasant; *410. Rubens, Adoration
of the Magi, painted for the Capuchin friars of Tournai; 300.
C. Huysmans, Landscape.
Second Section: Portraits of Archduke Albert and his consort
Isabella. —A passage leads hence into the rooms devoted to modern
pictures (p. 86). — Opposite, to the right, 273. F. Franck, Solon
in the palace of Croesus.
Third Section : Left wall: 266. A. van Dyck, Portrait of Dela-
faille, burgomaster of Antwerp ; *294. Hobbema, Wood at Haarlem;
*397. Rembrandt, Portrait of a man (1641); 187. Both, Italian land¬
scape ; above, 239. Cr.de Crayer, SS. Anthony and Paul, the hermits;
375. Ant. Palamedesz Stevaerts, Portrait (1650); 249. Alb. Cuyp,
Stable; *465. David Teniers the Younger, Flemish village-festival
(1652); 502. Wynants, Landscape; 422. Jac. van Ruysdael, Land¬
scape , with accessories by A. van de Velde; above, 243. G. de
Crayer, The Virgin as the patroness of the Archers of Grand Ser-
ment at Brussels; 312. Jordaens, Triumph of Prince Frederick
Henry of Nassau, a sketch (comp. p. 243); 496. J. Weenix, Game
(1703); 466. Teniers the Younger, Picture Gallery of Archduke
Leopold. William, with the names of the masters on the frames
(1651). — Right wall, returning to the upper end: *455. Jan
Steen, The gallant offer; 364. Aart van der Neer, Pleasures of
winter; *332. Nic. Maes, Old woman reading; above, 497. Em.
de Witte, Interior of the church at Delft; 262. A. van Dyck, Mar¬
tyrdom of St. Peter; *417, *418. Rubens, Portraits of Charles de
Cordes and his wife (purchased for 130,000 fr.); 462. Teniers the
Younger, The five senses; 447. Fr. Snyders, Game and fruit;
*412. Rubens, Madonna and Child in an arbour of roses, the back¬
ground by /. Brueghel, formerly in England, purchased in 1882 for
75,000 fr.; opposite, 371. Adr. van Ostade, Peasant eating her¬
rings; 499. Phil. Wouverman, Starting for the chase; farther on,
454. Jan Steen, The 'Bean King' ('Le roi boit'); 510. Unknown
Master, Portrait of a goldsmith; 453. Jan Steen, The operation;
above, 263. Van Dyck, Drunken Silenus; 372. Adr. van Ostade,
Flemish trio, purchased for 19,470 fr.; 307. Karel du Jar din,
Cavalier; 374. Isaac van Ostade, Woman winding thread; *282.
F. Hals, Professor Hoornebeek of Leyden; above, 358. Moucheron,
Landscape with stag-hunt; 424. Jac. van Ruysdael, The Haarlemer
Meer; *183. Ferd. Bol, Saskia van Ulenburgh, Rembrandt's first