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of Diana; 989. Lefèvre-Deumier, Morning-star; 988. Simart, Orestes; 991.
Vasselot, Chloë; tiusts and casts. — The Room to the Right chiefly con¬
tains casts, many of which are from the monument of Gen. Bom-hamps
by David d'Angers, and from that of the painter Géricault (p. 50) by Etex.
931. Seated figure of P. Corneille by Caffieri; 981. Bacchanal, by Pradier.
Paintings. Old Masters. I. Large Room. To the left: no number,
De Troy, Susanna and the elders; 320. Largillière, Portrait; 498. Rigaud,
Louis XV.; De Troy, 562. Ascension, 563. Assumption; 476. J. B. Pierre,
Ascension ; Patel, 464. Summer, 465. Spring ; 241. Halle (Rouen), Nativity ;
543, 542. Stella, Bacchanals; 113. /. B. Corneille, Raising of Lazarus; 500.
Rizzo, Hagar and Ishmael; 676. Italian School, Madonna and Child; 4^9.
Rizzo, Isaac blessing Jacob; 34. Berghem, Concert; 613. School of Rubens,
Adoration of the Shepherds ; 453. Netscher, Concert; 429. P. van Mol, Generos-
ity of Scipio; 190. A. van Everdingen, Landscape; 551. Tiepolo, A game of
cards ; 422. P. Mignard, Mme. de Maintenon. In the centre, bronze figure
of Cupid, hy Marqueste. — The two Small Rooms next the garden contain
portraits of Albert of Austria and his wife by Van Thttlden (552, 553), a
landscape by Huysmans (26i), and other Flemish works.
II. Large Room. To the left: 570. Velazquez, 615. Flemish School,
Portraits; Ribera, 494. The Good Samaritan, 493. Zachariah; 621. Flemish
School, Portrait; 236. Guercino, Visitation; no number, Spanish School
(llth cent.), St. Peter weeping; 537. Solimena, Columbus receiving the
Papal Bull before his second voyage to Amerka (1493); 88. Valerio Castelli,
Madonna; 8». Ann. Carracci, St. Francis of Assisi; '472-474. Perugino,
Adoration of the Magi, Baptism of Christ, Résurrection (predelle of the
Ascension at Lyons); "572. Veronese, St. Barnabas healing the sick; "5. Cara-
vaggio, Philosopher; 172. Dolci, 'Caritas Rnmana'; 573. Veronese, Vision. —
510. Steen, Wafer-seller ; 430. Van Mol, Head of an old man; "210. Gérard
David, Madonna and saints; 303. de Keyser, The music lesson; 274. Jor-
daens, Head of an nid man; 362. Lemonnier, Plague at Milan ; 491. Restout,
Présentation in the Temple; 365. Lemonnier, same subject; "556. Tilborg,
Village-feast; s648. School of Fontainebleau, Diana bathing; 564. Fr. de
Troy, Duchesse de la Force; 421. Mignard, Ecce Homo; 36F. Le Nain,
Nativity ; 149. L. David, Mme. Lebrun; 481. Poussin, Venus and ^Eneas ; 284.
Jouvenet, Death of St. Francis; 536. Snyders, Boar-hunt; 160, 162. Deshays,
Martyrdom of St. Andrew; 309. Lahire, Adoration of the Shepherds.
The III. Large Room contains 31 works by Jouvenet, who was a
native of Rouen ; also : H. Robert, 505, 504. Monuments and ruins ; Lahire,
310. Nativity, 312. Descent from the Cross; 165. Desportes, Stag-hunt; 457.
Oudry, Deer pursued by hounds; 631. Poussin, St. Denis. — Small End
Room. Unimportant works of the French School. — I. Room to the Right,
on the side next the street. Drawings by Géricault and other masters. —
II. Room to the Right. Works of the Italian School. 54, 675. L'nknown
Arlists, Madonnas; 20. Bassano, Adoration of the Shepherds; 686. School
of Pinturicchio, Madonna in glory; 55. School of Botticelli, Vesials; 705.
Unknown Artist, Mass ; 608, 607. Znccarelli, Landscapes ; 85. Agostino Car¬
racci, Christ appearing to Mary Magdalen ; 4. Caravaggio, St. Sébastian and
Irène, etc. — The Gallert on the other side of the large rooms contains
ancient and modem drawings, a few fine crayons (Girl surprized, by
Machard) and four paintings including (19) a Circumcision attributed to
Bassano. — The staircases at the end of this gallery lead to the other
wing of the building.
Modéra Pictnres. Small Room at the end (to the right in approaching
from the Sculpture Room). Works by Euphémie Muralon. — Large Room.
To the left: 249. Hermann, Dogs; 177. Dubufe, Study; 147. Daubigny,
Landscape; 495. Ribot, Alonso Cano on the scaffold; 148. Daubigny, Banks
of the Oise; 196. Flameng. Taking of the Bastille; 239. Guillemet, Beach
at Villers (Calvados); 97. Chaplin, Game at loito; 604. Ziem, Constantino-
plc; 48d. Renovf, The Pilot; no number, Phil. Zacharie, The Temptation;
58. L. Boulanger, Mazeppa. — 25. Bellangé, Charge of cavalry at Marengo ;
539. Sorieul, Episode on the retreat from Moscow; no number, Cormon,
The victors of Salamis; 265. Ingres, 'La Belle Zélie'. — 192. G. Ferrier,
Death of St. Agnes; lu. Barillot, Cattle; 41S). Merson, St. Isidore of Madrid;