Picture Gallery. BERLIN. Section 3. 87
— *503b, 503c. Belotto, Views of Pima; ■•163. Titian, Portrait of
himself; 426a. C. Maratti, Portrait.
Saloon VIII. Venetian Masters of the 16-lSth centuries. To the
left: 323. Lorenzo Lotto, St. Sebastian and St. Christopher (wings
of an altar-piece); 1619. Francisco Gtiya, The Philippine Committee
presided over by Ferdinand VII. (sketch); 157. Gird. Roinauiuo,
.Madonna and saints; Paolo Veronese, :'"309. Minerva and Mars, 311.
Apollo and Juno, ceiling-paintings from the Fondaco de' Tedesr'hi,
or Warehouse of the Germans, at Venice. — >::':'100a. Titian,
Daughter of Roberto Strozzi (dated 1542): 167, 193a. Moroni, Por¬
traits. — To the right: 216. Correyyio, lo, an early copy of the
original in Vienna; 299. Tintoretto, Portrait: ">;":"'218. Ctirrei/i/io.
Leda: 259a. Seb. del Pioinbo, Knight of Sant' lago. — 307. Savaltlo,
Venetian woman: *197. More/to, Fra Bart. Arnolfo and his nephew
adoring the Virgin and St. Elizabeth; *310. Tintoretto, Luna and
the Horse; 307a. Savaltlo, Pieta; 191. Paris Bortloue, Madonna
enthroned, with saints; 29s. Tintoretto, Portrait.
Saloon IX. Italian, Spanish, and French Schools of the 17-18th
centuries. Over the doorway: 494. Pesne, Schmidt, the engraver,
and his wife. — To the left: *448b. Claude Lor rain, Landscape;
413. F. Voet, Cardinal Dezio Azzolini; *47Sa. N. Poiissiu, View of
the Acqua Aeetosa, to the N. of Rome, with St. Matthew in the fore¬
ground (a favourable example of the master's colouring). — 454.
G. B. Tiepolo, Venus at the bath; 400b. ^4/. Sanchez Co'illo,
Philip II. of Spain; **414. Mnrillo, St. Anthony of Padua with
the Holy Child, one of the artist's later masterpieces; 413c. Velaz¬
quez, Maria Anna of Spain, consort of Emp. Ferdinand III.; 404a.
Zurbaran, Franciscan miracle of the Crucifix, one of the artist's
best efforts (1029); 405b. Ribera, St. Sebastian. — *413a. Velaz¬
quez (?), Condottiere Alessandro del Borro, as conqueror of Pope
Urban VIII., trampling on the banner of the Barberini, a work of
extraordinary effectiveness of treatment; **413e. Velazquez, Por¬
trait of a Spanish lady. — To the right: *465. Mignartl, Portrait.
of Maria Mancini; 471. Ch. Le Bran, Jabach of Cologne, Louis XI V.'s
banker, and his family: *4K9. Pesne, Frederick the Great as Crown
Prince (1739); *459b. G. B. Tiepolo, Martyrdom of St. Agatha, a
large and fine altar-piece, excellent in its colouring and treatment;
372. Anuibale Carracci, Italian landscape. — 441. Luca Gior¬
dano, Judgment of Paris; 373. Guido lieui, The Virgin appearing
to the hermits Paul and Anthony, a good specimen of his early
Returning by i». VIII, we reach the Corridor behind the cabinets,
which contains Italian, Spanish and French paintings of the 16-18th
cent: Watteau, 474a. Al fresco breakfast, 474b. Open air party;
363. (Initio lleui, Mater Dolorosa; 169. Paris Bortloue, Chess¬
players; 207a. Milanese School, Handkerchief of St. Veronica: 372a.