80 Section 3.
Veil Stoss, Coronation of the Virgin (painted group in wood). The
glass-case beneath contains Small Bronzes (Donatello, Angel with
tambourine); by the side, Giovanni da Bologna, Rape of Dejaneira
(bronze). Sperandio, Bust; Swabian Master (about 1500), Coro¬
nation of the Virgin (painted group in wood). — Pictures: J. van
Suysdael, Ruins of a monastery by a torrent; Schonqauer, Nativity
of Christ; *L. Cranach the Elder, Rest on the Flight into Egypt
(1504); Netherlandish Master, Pieta; Geertgen van St. Jans,
St. John the Baptist; *Master of FUmalle, Portrait; Elsheimer,
Two small landscapes, Mercury and Argus (in the case of bronzes).
To the right are the Romanesque Schools (see p. 84), straight on,
the Raphael Tapestries (p. 88). We, however, turn to the left to
inspect the Germanic schools.
"Saloon I. German Schools of the 14th, 15th, and 16th cent¬
uries. To the left: Lucas Cranach the Elder, 567b. Bathsheba,
618. Portrait of a man, 567a. Madonna with the Child and St.
Anne; *596a. Hans von Kulmbach, Adoration of the Magi; *583.
Amberger, The geographer Sebastian Munster; 700. Ludger torn
Sing, Portrait. — 569. H. Burckmair, St. Ulrich; *586d. Hol¬
bein the Younger, Portrait of an old man (late work); 603. Hans
Baldung Grien, Crucifixion. Holbein the Younger, **586. J6rg
Gisze, a Danzig merchant in the Steelyard at London, one of the
greatest triumphs of portrait-painting (1532), 586b, 586c. Portraits.
639. Barth. Bruyn, Madonna with the Duke of Cleves; 572. H.
Burckmair, St. Barbara. — 638a. Altdorfer, Landscape with
satyrs; 557i. A. Dilrer, Portrait of a girl (1507). — 556. Am¬
berger, Emperor Charles V., a work of the most uncompromising
realism, painted at the Diet of Augsburg in 1530; Altdorfer, *638b.
Rest on the Flight into Egypt, 638. St. Francis and St. Jerome;
**557e. ..4. Dilrer, Hieronymus Holzschuher, patrician and senator
of Nuremberg, the finest of Diirer's portraits, painted in 1526. —
A. Dilrer, *557f. Madonna with the siskin (painted at Venice in
1506), *557d. Portrait of Senator Muffel of Nuremberg, dated 1526;
Altdorfer, *638. Nativity, 638c. Pride will have a fall; A. Dilrer,
557c. Elector Frederick the Wise (an early work, ca. 1497), 557h.
Madonna in prayer (1518), *557g. Portrait of a young woman (ca.
1506); 603a. Baldung, Winged altar-piece with the Adoration of the
Magi. — To the right are paintings of the earlier German school:
1235. Master of the Life of Mary (so called from a series of
pictures at Munich), Madonna with saints; 563a., 563d., B. Strigel,
Altar-wings; 1222. Soest School, Large Crucifixion; 575. Frank¬
fort Master, St. Anne with the Madonna and Child; 1235a. Cologne
Master of the Glorification of Christ (so called from a series of
pictures at Cologne), Adoration of the Child; 1207-10. Master
Berthold of Nuremberg, Altar-piece in four sections.