Picture Gallery. BRUSSELS. 12. Route. 85
wife; 367. Adr. vanNieulant, Carnival on the ice on the town-
moat of Antwerp.
Fourth Section. Left wall: 365. Aart van der Neer, The Yssel
by moonlight; 285, 286. J. Dav. de Heem, Flowers, and (above)
Vanitas; *461. Dav. Teniers the Elder, View of a village, purchased
for 10,000 fr.; 498. De Witte, Church-interior; *308. Karel du
Jardin, Returning to the stable; *283. Frans Hals, Portrait of
William of Heythuysen, founder of the hospital of that name at
Haarlem; 463. David Teniers the Younger, The village-doctor; 452.
Jan Steen, The 'Rederijker' (i.e. rhetoricians, or members of'Rede-
rijkamern'; these were literary clubs or debating societies, well
known in the 16th and 17th centuries, which met on festive oc¬
casions to hold recitations and debates); 491. P. de Vos, Large
hunting-piece; 291, 292. Bart, van der Heist, Portraits of the
painter and his wife; 426. Sal. van Ruysdael, Landscape with fisher¬
men ; 317, 316. Th. de Keyser, Two sisters; *258. G. Dou, The
painter drawing a Cupid by lamplight; 376. A. Palamedesz, Cham¬
ber-concert, purchased for 11,500 fr.; 500. Phil. Wouverman,
Hunt; 427. Dav. Ryckaert, Chemist in his laboratory; *343. G.
Metsu, The breakfast; 414. Rubens, Martyrdom of St. Ursula and
her companions, a small sketch; 464. Teniers the Younger, Flemish
landscape; *468. Teniers the Younger, Portrait. ■— Right wall, from
the top of the room : 360. P. Neefs, Interior of Antwerp Cathedral;
*296. Hondecoeter, Cock crowing; 196. Jan Brueghel ('Velvet
Brueghel'), Autumn; 153. P. Aertsen, The cook; 284. De Heem,
Fruit; 505. Wynants, Landscape with accessories by A. van de
Velde. —200. G. Camphuysen, Rustic interior; 373. I. van Ostade,
Travellers resting; 419. Rubens, Portrait (1619); 469. L.vanUden,
Landscape with accessories by Teniers the Younger; 195. 'Velvet'
Brueghel, St. Norbert preaching against heresy at Antwerp.
Fifth Section. Italian and Spanish pictures of little importance :
Left wall: 378. Pannini, Ruins of Rome ; 340. Raph. Mengs, Por¬
trait ; 478. Andrea del Sarto (?), Jupiter and Leda (described by Mr.
Crowe as an inferior school-piece); 402, 401. Tintoretto, Portraits;
*277. Claude Lorrain, Landscape with ^Eneas hunting with Dido;
154. Albani, Adam and Eve; 336. Maratta, Madonna with the
Child and St. Francis; below, without number, Jacques-Louis Da¬
vid, Portrait of a boy, a study ; Ingres, Virgil reading his ^Eneid
aloud. — End-wall: 197. P. Veronese, Juno strewing her treasures
on Venice, ceiling-painting from the palace of the Doges at Venice.
— Farther on : 460. Strozzi (of Genoa), Portrait; 199. P. Veronese,
Holy Family with SS. Theresa and Catherine; 203. Ann. Carracci,
Diana andActaon; 172. Baroccio, Calling of Peter and Andrew;
171. Guercino, Altarpiece; 226, 225, 227. Al. Sanchez Coello,
Portraits of Margaret of Parma and Joanna and Maria of Austria,
daughters of Charles V.; 513, 514. Florentine School (Lor. ili
Credi?), Madonna with the Child and St. John.