294 Route 47. STOCKHOLM.
Gothe (3 kr.; 1887); French illustrated edition in the press. Each
picture bears the name of its painter.
The entrance to the Dome Room (p. 297; containing modern
pictures) from the staircase is flanked by two antique columns
brought from Italy by Gustavus III.; from this room we pass through
a door on the right into the rooms of the old masters.
I. The Italian and Spanish Schools occupy a room lighted
from above and three of the six adjoining cabinets. The other three
cabinets belong to the Modern Schools (see p. 296).
Saloon. Right side: 133. Leandro Bassano, Festival of Cleopatra;
82. Carlo Dolci, Magdalene; Unknown Masters, 759, Still-life, 761. Lazza-
rone, 755. Christ crowned with thorns. Leftside: 11. Caravaggio (?), Ju¬
dith. — 2nd Cabinet: (b.) 84. Carlo Dolci, Christ at the house of Simon
the Pharisee. — 3rd Cabinet: (c.) four small pictures by Tiepolo, sketches
for the decorations in the Scuola dei Carmini at Venice.
II. A room beyond the Italian saloon chiefly contains German
and Early Dutch Pictures (Tyske och Nederldndske Malare).
Nos. 260, 261. B. Denner, Portraits of an old man and old woman;
507, 508. Jan Massys, Venus and amorous old man (1566); 257. L. Cra-
nach junr., Charles V. and John Frederick of Saxony hunting; 370. Jan
Brueghel, Market (1609); 1080. L. Cranach senr., Lucretia (1528). — 430. Fr.
Floris (Fr. de Vriendt), Sea-gods; 466. Gillis d'Hondecoeter, Orpheus; 1371.
Ant. Mor, Portrait (early work, 1538); 1073. H. Baldung Grien (?), Mercury.
III. We next reach the Netherlandish School, in a saloon
lighted from above and five cabinets.
Saloon. Entrance-wall: 595. Rubens (school-piece), The four fathers
of the church; 608. Rubens (?), Esther and Ahasuerus (a sketch); * 607.
Rubens, The daughters of Cecrops finding Erichthonius (a sketch); 596. Rubens,
Susanna in the bath (school-piece); -'606. Rubens, Samson slaying the lion (a
sketch); "404. Van Dyck, St. Jerome (an early work); '599, "600. Rubens,
Sacrifice to Fertility, and a Bacchante, copied by Kubens in 1601-8 from
Titian's famous works at Rome, now at Madrid; 386. A. Cuyp, Family
portraits (1661); 581, "582. Rembrandt, Old man and woman (1655); 585.
Rembrandt, Portrait of a man (about 1638); 1349. Rembrandt, St. Peter
(1632). — '-"578. Rembrandt, 'Oath of John Ziska'(perhaps rather an Old Testa¬
ment subject), of great breadth and very effective, but unfinished, the
master's largest work after the Night Watch at Amsterdam (about 1664).
517. P. Moreelse, Portrait; 462. Unknown, Cottage among trees; 616. Jacob
v. Ruisdael, Forest-path; ""584. Rembrandt, 'Portrait of his cook' (1651);
"583. Rembrandt, His sister (1632); 1429. F. Bol, Lute-player; 500. P. Last-
man, Sacrifice to Juno; *1120. J. de Bray, Flute-player; 512. G. Metsu,
The smithy, a decorative picture of his early period; 637. Snyders, Still-
life; 488. Jordaens, Adoration of the Shepherds (1618); "433. Fyt, Dead
game (1651); *1159. Jordaens, King Candaules tempting Gyges; 420. Un¬
known Artist, Labourers in the vineyard: '639. P. de Vos, Stag-hunt; "303.
J. d'Arthois, Large wooded Flemish landscape; 486. K. du Jardin, Portrait
of H. van Huteren (1674); 398. H. Dubbels, Stormy sea; 534. Moeijaert,
Preaching of John the Baptist (1631); 353. P. Soulman, The Evangelists;
1099. J. Brueghel, Flower-pot; 409. Unknown, Portrait of a woman; 689.
C. de Vos, Card-players; 601. Rubens, The three Graces.
I. Cabinet: 423. B. Fabritius, Family at table (1650); 1046. G. Horst,
Meeting of Jacob and Esau (1641; a sketch); "418. 67. van den Eeckhout, Satyr
and peasant; 442. J. van Goijen, Halt by a farm ; 588. Moeijaert, The angel
leaving Tobias; "576. Rembrandt, St. Anastasius in his cell (1631); 421.
A. v. Everdingen, Norwegian fjord (1648); "443. J. v. Goijen, Dordrecht
(1655); P. de Hooch, *473. Woman by a cradle, '471. The letter; 539. Th.
de Keyser, Family portraits; 672, 673. W. van de Velde, Small sea-piece3;
1386. P. Codde, Domestic scene; 1412, 1413. j. lati.ichn.tis. Portra.Ho