82 Section 3. BERLIN. Old Museum:
Massys, St. Jerome. — *532a. A. Ouwaler, Raising of Lazarus (the
only authenticated work by this founder of the Dutch school); 545c.
D. Bouts, Madonna; 529a, 529b. P. Cristus, Winged pictures;
*538a. Master of Flemalle, Crucifixion; 528b. Mending, Madonna;
532. P. Cristus, Girl; 573. Gerard David, Crucifixion.
Saloon II is adjoined by two small cabinets.
Cabinet 1 contains smaller works of the early-Flemish school.
To the right: *537. Master ofFlern alle, Philip the Good of Burgundy;
545. Roger van der Weyden, Charles the Bold; *529c. Mending,
Portrait of an old man. — Jan, van Eyck, 528a. Christ blessing,
523c. Portrait (portion of a larger work), *523b. Madonna with a
Carthusian, *523a. Johan Arnolfini, **525a. Man with carnations,
a fine work, showing on a smaller scale much of the finished execution
and powerful general effect of the Ghent altar-piece (p. 81), *No
number, Crucifixion, with the Madonna and St. John, 528. Christ as
the King of Kings, no number, Portrait, *525c. Virgin at church.
— To the left: Quinten Massys, 574c. Mary Magdalen, No num¬
ber, Portrait of a woman in rich dress, with a vase; 633a. Joos van
Cleve, Portrait of a young man; Lucas van Leyden, 574a. Chess¬
players, *584b. Madonna with angels. — 558. Jan Hemessen, Merry
party; 584a. Lucas van Leyden, St. Jerome; 1202. Scorel, Agatha
Cabinet 2, with small pictures of the Flemish school (16th and
17th cent.). To the right: Rubens, 798b. Mars and Venus, 798c.
Fortune (sketches); Teniers the Younger, 856. Backgammon, 866b.
Dinner-party; 798f. Rubens, Head of an Apostle; 688a. Jan
Brueghel,Y\o-wt:rs; Teniers the Younger, 857. The painter's family,
866c. Rustic dance; 798k. Rubens, Pieta. — 776d. Rubens, Study
for a landscape; 650a. HansBol, Open - air party. Collection of
miniatures by Bol, Bosse, Petitot, Huot, Chodoiviecki, Filger,
and others. — 776e. Rubens, Landscape with the shipwreck of
..Eneas; Elsheimer, 664b. St. Martin, 664c. Arcadian landscape, 664a.
Nymph bathing.— Teniers the Younger, No number, Deliverance of
St. Peter, 859. Temptation of St. Anthony; Subens, *763. Child of
the painter playing with a bird, *798g. Capture of Tunis (unfinished),
780. Marriage of St. Catharine (study).
From Room II we enter a corridor containing Flemish and
Dutch paintings of the 17th cent, (see p. 84), and at *593. Fountain
of Youth, by Lucas Cranach the Elder, reach a series of cabinets,
containing masterpieces of the Dutch School.
Cabinet 1 (Rembrandt Room) contains twenty works of Sem-
brandt. To the left: 810. Portrait of himself (ca. 1634); 828i. Old
man in a red cap (ca. 1655); *828b. Hendrikje Stoffels, Rembrandt's
servant, at a window (ca. 1662-64); 811. Moses with the Tables of
the Law (1659); 808. Portrait of himself (1634); 828m. Portrait of a
young Jew (study). — *828f. Vision of Daniel, a work of exceptional