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CONTENTS. 



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INTRODUCTION V 

EXPLANATION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS VII 

EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES AND REGULATIONS IX 

HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS XI 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CATALOGUES XX 

NOTES ON THE ADMINISTRATION XXV 

„ „ „ BUILDINGS XXVII 

PICTURES I 

MINIATURES 382 

ENAMELS AND WORKS OF VARIOUS TECHNIQUE 393 

PASTELS AND DRAWINGS 397 

HERALDIC PAINTINGS AND DESIGNS 406 

INDEX TO PORTRAITS! 409 

„ „ PLACES 425 

„ „ NAMES OF ARTISTS 428 

LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PICTURES 443 

ADDITIONS AND APPENDIX 447 












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INTRODUCTION. 



In the compilation of this catalogue, I have with advantage utilized 
the notes collected by my predecessor, Mr. F. D. O. Obreen, and the. 
additions . made to them by Mr. C. G. 't Hooft, Sub-Director of 
the National Museum of pictures, from 16 Febr. 1897 to 1 March; 1^98. 
I have also largely drawn from the catalogue compiled in 1885 by 
Mr. Bredius, a most useful work which, in 1897, had already reached, 
its fifth edition. 

Before proceeding, I wish to express my indebtedness to those 
persons who have assisted me in .my task, in the first place to 
Mr. W. J. Steenhoff, sub-Director of the State Museum, for his 
intelligent collaboration, and to Mr. J. Ph. van. der. Kellen, wko, 
besides supplying me with other valuable information, has pointed out 
to me, among the 900 masters represented in the Museum, those who 
were at the same time Etchers and Engravers. I particularly wish;' to 
acknowledge my obligation to. Mr. E. W. Moes, for numerous interest- 
ing details concerning the lives of artists, the origin of . pictures -and 
their various reproductions; to Messrs Jhr. J. Six, J. Ph. van der- 
Kellen Dzn. and Jhr. J. F. Backep, for their assistance in the eluci- 
dation of several obscure questions, and to tender my thanks to Messrs 
A. Pit and Jan Kalf, for their valuable aid in all matters concerned 
with the works derived from the Dutch Museum. 

It is further my pleasing duty to mention the names of the following 
gentlemen, to whom 1 owe numerous interesting data : the late 
Mr. J. H. Maschhaupt, Professor Aug. Allebe, Jhr. V. de Stuers, 
Mr. C. J. Gonnet, Keeper of State archives; Mr. Joh. E. Elias 
and Mr. Joh. F. Hulk; Messrs. A. Bredius, Henry Hymans, 



VI INTRODUCTION. 



of Brussels; Corrado Ricci, of Florence; George C. Williamson, of 
Guildford ; Lionel Cust, of Windsor ; A. Boppe, Consul general of the 
French republic at Jerusalem; His Excellency H. Missak Effendi, at 
the Hague; Olof Granberg, of Stockholm; Messrs S. Muller Fzn., 
J. A. Feith, J. L. Berns, J. L. van Dalen, W. R. Veder, H. T. 
Colenbrander, J. H. W. Unger, Dr. Joh. C. Breen, archivists; the 
secretary of the high court of nobility (Herald's Office), Jhr. D. Rut- 
gers van Rozenburg ; Colonel F. de Bas ; Messrs G. Murray Barker, 
C. W. Bruinvis, P. D. de Vos, P. Haverkorn van Rijsewijk, S. van 
Gijn, Baron E. C. U. Calkoen, W. Martin, E. van Biema and many others. 

The- articles published by Dr. C. Hofstede de Groot, in the review 
"Oud-Holland", dealing with some of the pictures in the State Museum, 
and those of Mr. G. Murray Barker, referring to the portraits formerly 
in the castle of Honselaarsdijk, have also been of much use to me. 

Assisted by Mr. J. A. Boland, I have carefully re-examined the 
signatures and the inscriptions on the pictures dating from before 1800, 
of which new tracings were made by this gentleman. By this revision, 
which in many instances led to surprising results, it was clearly 
demonstrated that many of the fac-similes of the signatures in the official 
catalogue of 1881, were but very imperfect copies of the originals. 

1 am greatly indebted to Mrs. Louise Grandinet — De Groot for 
the translation of the catalogue into English. 

The so-called "Amsterdam sche Schuttersstukken" (paintings represent- 
ing military corporations), have also been revised in conjunction with 
Professor Jhr. J. Six, whose annotations on the said pictures, published 
in "Oud-Holland", have been inserted in this catalogue. 



EXPLANATION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS 

USED IN THIS WORK. 



The dimensions given are those of the painted part of the canvas 
or panel and do not extend to the frame. The surface measure is 
expressed in yards and inches, the height being indicated first. 

The terms right and left are used with reference to the right and 
left of the spectator. 

• * • 

h. f. signifies height of the figure nearest to the foreground, 
h. h. „ height of head of the figure nearest to the foreground, 
nat. size „ natural size. 
O. „ oak. 
M. „ mahogany. 
C. „ canvas. 
COP. „ copper. 
Ov. „ oval. 

P. „ pastel. 

Pap. „ paper. 

Ca. „ card-board. 

En. „ enamel. 

The letters printed in large type at the end of the biographical 
notices, indicate that the artists to whom they refer, were or are also 
Engravers, Lithographers, etc. 



VIII EXPLANATION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS WORK. 

They are to be interpreted as follows: 

B. Engraver au Burin. 
MT. „ in Mezzotinto. 

AT. „ „ Aquatinto. 

W. „ on wood. 

E. Etcher. 

L. Lithographer. 

The union of two or more of these initials implies that the artist 
exercised the several forms of art for which they stand. 



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EXTRACTS FROM THE STATUTES AND 
REGULATIONS OF THE MUSEUM. 



Art. 48. 



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The Museum is open to the public, free of cba-^e, on every week- 
day: from Nov. 16 th until Febr. 15 th , from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; from 
Febr. 16 th until April 30 th , from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; from May I st until 
Sept. 30 th , from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; from Oct. I st until Nov. 15 th , 
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Sundays and holidays, the Museum opens 
aX.i2 l / a p.m. and closes at the usual time. 

The Museum is closed on New Year's day and on Mondays from 
Nov. I st until March 31 st . 

Art, 55. 

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Visitors are freely allowed to make sketches in pencil of chalk; 
but in cases where the copying requires special apparatus, it is neces- 
sary first to obtain permission from the keeper of the collection to 
which the work in question belongs. 

Permission for the reproduction' by Engravings, Etchings, Photographs 
or Casts is only given on the. understanding that six copies of the 
reproduction shall be presented gratis to the Museum. 

< 

Art. 56. 

* - * • . • 

Application for the above-mentioned authorisation must be made in 
writing and the work of Art, for which the request is made, clearly 
indicated. 

The order granted by the keeper is not transferable and is valid 



X EXTRACTS FROM THE STATUTES AND REGULATIONS OF THE MUSEUM. 

for the term of two months from the date of issue. An extension of 
time may be obtained by applying, by letter, to the keeper. 

The Chief-Director of the Museum has the right to cancel the order 
before the expiration of the time specified, for any reason he may 
deem expedient. 

Art. 57. 

Every person to whom the order described in Art. 56, has been 
granted, is required, before starting on his work, to present this order 
to the Chief -Director 1 and to have his name, profession and address 
inscribed in a register kept for this purpose, together with the title 
of the work he desires to copy, the size of the intended reproduction 
and the date of the authorisation. 

-isw^wa no t »gwf3 k> ^rt .a&ftfCjLe&il 0* a*^ *i uttmuM wiT 
M.A oi tauxi ,rfJji .idcfli Ibau nuTt \wifc mot* : baiq?:. >*.$ vshaoM .x*b 
; jSRK ***** * date?*** thq//l»w< ifftmiii<WichAHs; dcaiqd * 
mb*a*Tic?Wst ¥ btlIjKJ^tWe(ir:ti^ii^O|e J^£oto&k>i*i u*UI **«* 
^M*hb*\ki+M!M*dM* * a) .k.a 01 moil A>i .voH Ihmt tei 
.stab tatta tufl Js Kteofa bnj> .24.3 i J* ssrajo numuM «£i 

fin copied 5r<*k mus* be removed from the Museum within a forfe* 
night after its completion, the artist having previously satisfied the 
keeper as to his right to the copy. 

Art. 60. 

Copies or studies which shall not have been removed within the 
space of six months after the expiration of the time fixed by Art. 56, 
become the property of the Museum. 

Art. 61. 

Should the application alluded to in the first paragraph of Art. 56, 
refer to objects which are lent to the Museum, permission to copy 
caimot be granted until the consent of the owner has been obtained. 



HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE ORIGIN AND 
GROWTH OF THE COLLECTIONS. 



The foundation of the Museum dates from 1808, the year in which 
King Louis-Napoleon transferred his court from Utrecht to Amsterdam, 
with the intention of making the capital of his Kingdom the centre 
of Art and Learning. A Royal Warrant dated April 21st of the same 
year ordained the establishment of a „Grand Mus^e Royal" for the 
collection and preservation of pictures, drawings, sculptures, chased- 
work, gems, antiquities and works of Art of all kind. 

Ihe Museum was inaugurated in one large room, two smaller ones 
and two closets of the former Town Hall rt Amsterdam vhfrh, «>. 
the mean time, had become the Royal Palace. And by decree of 
August 25th 1808, Mr. C. Appc-rocT. was appointed its custodian. 

The initial collection comprised: 

i°. 65 pictures bought at the sale v^n uer P01 /Ai*. 'GkOEHjJj&d, 
at Rotterdam, on June 6th 1808. 

2. 59 paintings sent from The Hague on July 30th and August 
2d and 4th, and further 166 pictures forwarded from the same town, 
Dec. 2 2d 1808, which had formed part of the National Museum of 
The Hague, founded in 1798. The greater part of this collection 
consisted of pictures from the Gallery of Prince William V, at least 
of that portion of it which had not been carried off to France; the 
others had been collected from different public buildings. To these 
were added several works recently acquired. 

3 . 7 paintings conceded by the town of Amsterdam, namely: "The 
Nightwatch" and "The Syndics of the Cloth Hall" of Rembrandt; 
"the Banquet of the Civic Guard" and the "Umpires of the Brother- 
hood of St. Sebastian," of van der Helst; the "F6te of the Civic 
Guard of Amsterdam, in celebration of the peace of Munster in 1648", 
of Govert Flinck; the "IJ before Amsterdam," of W. van der 
Velde the Younger, and "Governors of the House of correction", 
of Karel Dujardin. 



Xn HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. 

4*. 10 pictures by modern artists selected from an exhibition held 
in these rooms in August of the same year. 

5*. 6 pictures and two statues presented to King Louis by Com- 
mander Baron van Spaen van Biljoen. 

6*. 5 studies, the work of Royal Students at Paris, besides a drawing 
by Cuyp. 

7°. Several show cases containing models of medals, cameos and 
intaglios and plaster casts from sculptures in the "Mus6e Napoleon", 
and — 

Finally, several specimens of casts from mouldings, medals and gems. 

In 1809 the Museum acquired the picture gallery van Heteren, 
from his heir, Mr. A. L. Gevers, for the sum of 100.000 guilders. 
In the same year the collection was further enriched by 137 pictures, 
for the greater part of intrinsic artistic value; and of paintings bought 
at the sale of Mrs. Bicker. Early in 18 10 the collection of Medals 
was transferred from the Hague to Amsterdam and also placed under 
the care of Mr. C. Apostool. 

The abdication of King Louis, which took place on July 1st 18 10, 
greatly damaged the growth of the budding institution. Although 
after the annexation of Holland to the Empire, the Museum continued 
to exist under the name of "Hollandsck Museum", it was in no wise 
supported by the State. The town of Amsterdam was, for the time 
being, charged with its maintenance and for this purpose authorized 
to deduct 10% from the local taxes; but the proposal of the muni-, 
cipal council, to remove the collection to the " Trippenhuis" could 
not be acted upon until 181 5. 

When the country had regained its National Independence, the 
Sovereign Prince, soon after his accession, displayed the greatest 
sollicitude for the promotion and encouragement of Art The Museum 
became a State institution, and a considerable sum was voted for the 
purchase of pictures at the sales of Mrs. Boreel and Mrs. Wessels Reyers. 

The appellation " Hollandsch Museum" was first converted into: 
( "h Lands Museum van Schilderijen en Penningen" (National Museum 
of Pictures, Coins and Medals); but in 181 5 the Institution definitively 
received the name of: Rijks Museum van Schilderijen en Penningen 
(State Museum of Pictures, Coins and Medals). 

In the course of the following year the Medals were transferred 
from the " Trippeiihuis" to the Royal Library at the Hague, in order 
to. make room for the collection of Prints; but no other changes took 
place until 1825, when, with a few exceptions, all the sculptures and 
antiquities were sent to the Hague and Ley den. 

Notwithstanding the fact that the bequest of 22 portraits, made in 



HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OP TrfE COLLECTIONS. Xlll 

1 823 by Mrs. Balguerie, ride Van Rijswijk, had been acefeptfed, the pictures 
had not been joined to the Gallery, because, at the time, they were 
deemed devoid of artistic value. Subsequently, however, it was found 
that some of the portraits were real works of art, and they were placed 
in that division of the collection to which, even to-day, they form a 
considerable attraction. 

In 1825 the State Museum exchanged six of its pictured against three 
from the Royal Gallery at the Hague. The pictures taken in exchange 
were: 1. "Cimon and Pera", or "Roman Charity", by RuHens; 2. the 
"Portrait of Nicolaes van der Borght", bij Anth. van. Dljck; J.-the 
"Bearhunt", of. Paulus Potter. ' '^ ^ - 

On the 5th of August 1828 the Museum dtepdjsed of 25 pictures which, 
according to the account, were of indifferent value arid sighed by artists 
already sufficiently represented. The object of this sale was partly to 
Imake room for works of Contemporary artists, and partly to obtain the 
.necessary funds for -the purchase of- works by masters Who had not yet 
found a place in the collection. The sale realised 22,700 guilders, 
which, for that time, was a considerable sum, and proves that the 
pictures put up for auction were- important works of Art. A Woower- 
man fetched 4000- guilders, whilst by this transaction the Museum lost 
a painting of Aert de Gelder, an artist of whose; Works it possesses, 
even at the present day, but few and barely adequate examples. 

This money was expended on the purchase of pictures at sales 
held by Brentano and G. Muller, and, later, on the- acquisition 
of famous works of Art in Paris and. other places, so that in the space 
of 14 years the sum of 50.000 guilders was spent exclusively on Old 
Masters. ' - . 

This season of comparative prosperity came suddenly to a close in 
1830, at the outbreak of the Revolution in Belgium. It was followed 
by a period of depression and stagnation which lasted about half a 
century. During that interval no iriiportant purchases w£re made, owing 
to the scarcity of funds; even th£ amount of money granted. ior the 
maintenance of the Museum was insignificant arid insufficient. \ 

In the mean time, however, the Museum underwent some important 
modifications. Almost the entire collection of modern pictures was 
removed in 1833, in pursuance of an Ordinance (1828). of King 
.William 1st, which directed the Pavilion J'Welgelegen" near Harlem 
to be used as a* Gallery for the works of- contemporary Dutch artists, 
and the pictures of. recent date, then in the National " Museums of 
Amsterdam and the Hague, to be transferred thither. 

The stress of political events caused this Ordinance to remain 
ineffective for ten years and it was only on August 9th? 1838, that 



XIV HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. 

60 modem pictures from the Gallery at Amsterdam and 143 from 
that of the Hague were dispatched to Harlem. In 1848 a second 
transfer took place and the combined collections were placed under 
the superintendence of the Directors of the National Museums of 
Amsterdam and the Hague, whilst the daily supervision was entrusted 
to an attendant. Originally it had been stipulated that, within five 
years from the death of an artist, whose works had been transferred 
to the Pavilion, these works should be returned to the Museum from 
which they had been taken; but for various reasons this injunction 
was only complied with in a very few instances. 

In i860 the Museum disposed by auction of 65 pictures of no 
great artistic value, by artists of whom it already possessed more 
important works. The amount realised was very small and disappointing. 
It would appear that, even as in 1828, this sale was necessitated 
through want of space in the Gallery. For the same reason on April 
30 th 1878, 74 pictures were sold, 5 were lent to different public 
institutions and 32 views of the isle of Java were transferred to the 
State-Museum of Ethnography at Leyden. In 1828 two pictures bought 
at an exhibition were added to the Gallery, and these purchases were 
followed by several others in 1861 and 1862. Since 1866, with a 
certain regularity, pictures were bought at exhibitions of the works of 
contemporaneous artists. This regulation remained in force even after 
the picture gallery had been transferred, in 1885, to the State Museum 
until 1889. 

If during the long period comprised between the years 1830 and 
1875 but few old masters had been added to the gallery by purchase, 
its value had notwithstanding in the mean time been greatly increased 
by several important donations and bequests. Among others it 
acquired the "Portrait of Ferdinand Bol", bequeathed by Mr. A. 
Brondgeest, "a View of Antwerp", signed J. Wildens, presented by 
Jhr. J. P. Six, and — the very valuable bequest of the picture 
gallery of Mr. L. Dupper Wz., consisting of 64 works of the most 
famous masters. The gem of this gallery was the Rombouts , collection, 
to which the donor had added several new and very fine works. 

In 1873, the Museum received from Miss M. A. Liotard, a bequest 
consisting of 15 pastels and a very large portrait on enamel by J. E. 
Liotard, the well known Genevese painter. This collection was 
augmented in 1885 by 6 pastels presented by professor J. W. R. 
Tilanus, in the name of his wife, Mrs. Tilanus, nee Liotard. 

After this period of depression which, as stated above, lasted about 



HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. XV 

45 years, the history of the Museum becomes brighter reading. The 
new era was inaugurated in 1874, when Minister Geertsema appointed 
a commission of Inquiry into the state of Monuments and Fine Arts. 
And, in the following year, by the establishment, at the Home Office, 
of a department of Arts and Science by Minister Heemskerk. The 
Secretary and moving spirit of this commission was Jhr. V. E. L. de 
Stuers, to whose incontestable talents and unflinching energy it was 
greatly due that the Museum then entered upon a stage of brilliant growth 
and vitality. . From that time forth the State began to make regular and 
yearly purchases, and in this way the collection speedily increased in 
number and value. The plans for the erection of new buildings were now 
actively pushed forward and their construction commenced in 1877. 

The first additions of any importance were made m 1879 anc * 1880. 
They comprised among others: "Prince Maurice of Orange at the 
kermesse of Ryswyck", by Adriaen van de Venne, for which £680 
was paid; the "Old Woman in Meditation", by Gabriel Metzu, 
bought for £515, and the "Adoration of the Magi", by Jan Mostarrt. 
Other valuable purchases followed, a. o. "The Portrait of Admiral 
Tromp and his wife", by Jan Lievens and the "Portrait of Admiral 
de Liefde", by B. van der Helst, acquired in 1884. In the mean 
time the State was nobly supported by the "Rembrandt Society", an 
association of artists which also had been called into existence, in 
1883, through the untiring efforts of Jhr. de Stuers. This society 
assisted the State with loans and even with very important donations. 

The laudable example given by the State induced many lovers of 
Art to contribute .their share to the growth of the Gallery. In 1880 
it received a most valuable collection of pictures from the Bequest 
of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll. This collection consisted of 52 works 
by the most famous masters, such as Rembrandt, Paulus Potter 
and T. de Keyser. The following year its treasures were increased 
by another Bequest, made to the town of Amsterdam, by Mrs. van 
Winter n6e Bicker, and further, in 1884, by that of 26 family- 
portraits having belonged to Jhr. J. H. F. R. van Swinderen. The 
village of Naaldwijk sent on loan six portraits dating from the XV 
century, representing the Lords of that place; and Mr. H. van der 
Lee bequeathed to the Museum a large frame containing portraits of 
the Lords of Montfort, also dating from the XV century. 

The collection of pictures in the "Trippenhuis" thus increased so 
rapidly that their removal to larger premises became a matter of 
urgency. The new buildings were at last completed in 1885 and in 
the early part of the same year the following collections were transferred 
to the new gallery: 



XVI HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. 



i; The collections from the "Trippenhuis" comprising 888 pictures ; 
' 2. • The national collection of modern paintings from the Pavilion 
"Welgelegen" at Harlem, 190 in number; 

3. The collection of the Society founded in Amsterdam for the 
purpose of opening to the public a Gallery of contemporaneous Art, 
composed of 47 pictures which, in the course of the following ten 
years, increased to 81. (This collectoin was transferred in 1895 to 
the "Stedelijk Museum" (Town Museum); 

r 4. The collection presented by the town of Amsterdam, consisting 
of 1 1 5 paintings, being for the greater part representations of civic and 
military corporations, formerly in the Town Hall and other public buildings. 
This collection comprised several other works as well as the so-called 
"anatomical pictures" which had belonged to the Surgeons' Guild; 

5. The collection; A. van der Hoop: 224 pictures bequeathed to 
the town of Amsterdam in 1854, which till then had been exhibited 
in the "Qumanhuispoort" ; 

6. The collection of Jhr. J. S. R. van de- Poll of Arnhem, a 
i series of 35 family portraits, some of which painted by Frans Hals 
[ and Barth. van der Helst; 

t 7. The collection of the Royal Archeological Society, consisting of 

! 34 pictures, given in loan to the Museum. Part of this collection is 

exhibited in the* gallery proper and part in the rooms exclusively 

reserved for the works acquired by the said Society; 

€ "8.-' 41 pictures sent from the Store room of the Royal cabinet of 

paintings at The Hague; 

9$ The. collection of the Dutch Museum, 122 in number, including 
25 family portraits bequeathed by Jhr. de Witte van Citters; 

These works, however, could not • be exhibited all at once. Some 
of them,, especially those mentionned in the two last catagories, were 
in a very bad state of preservation or of too little artistic value to be 
admitted in the gallery; they were provisionally put aside. At the 
tjme of the opening of the new Museum, the board of management 
had < already conceived the /plan of placing in separate 'divisions the 
historical pictures-, the portraits and, as far as possible, the works of 

the Modern School. 

The opening' ceremony of the new Museum took place on the 
13* July 1885. 

• ■ ... 

Under the new and excellent conditions the collection could now 
be appreciated at its true worth; it excited a daily increasing interest 
and speedily grew in extent by numerous acquisitions. 

The following are some of the most notable purchases made : Por- 



HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. XVII 

traits bij Santvoort and Elias, bought in 1886 at the ALifwijN sale; 
the painting called : "The architect and his family", by Bernhard 
Fabritius, also acquired in the same year ; the "Letter", by Joh. Ver- 
meer, purchased in 1893 with the pecuniary assistance of the "Rem- 
brandt-Society" and Mr. J. van Lennep; the "White Horse", by Ph. 
Wouwerman and the "Old Church of Delft", by Abr. Houckgeest, 
acquired in 1893 and both from the collection Messchert van Vollen- 
hoven ; a small triptych from the beginning of the XVI century, 
bought at the Spitzer auction" rooms (1893); the "Portrait of Adr. 
Hanneman", painted by himself, bought in 1894; the "Jolly Toper", 
by Judith Leyster, and the "Sermon in the Churchy by Lucas van 
Leyden, both acquired in 1897; the "Leavetaking of Mary", bought 
in 1898. The same year the Museum acquired, at the sale G. de 
Clercq, seven pictures by well-known artists, a. o. Jan Hackaert, 
Em. Murant and Adr. van de Werff, — besides 34 paintings having 
formed part of the said collection. 

Amongst other valuable, acquisitions, the "Stone Bridge", by Rem- 
brandt, bought in 1900 by the aid of the Society which bears the 
painter's name and Mr. A. Bredius, deserves a special mention. Besides 
this famous picture the Museum acquired in the same year "A merry 
party", by Ant. Palamedess and, in 1901, the "Warrior's farewell", 
by T. van Anraadt. In 1902 the Gallery was enriched Jby the "Mount 
Calvary" of Jac. Corn, van Oostsanen; in 1903 by the fine landscape 
of Van Goyen: "A panorama in Guelders"; in 1904 by the „Moon- 
light Scene" of A. Van per Neer, the "Adoration of the Magi", by 
Gerard de Saint-Jean, the "Blacksmith", by Gabriel Metsu and the 
portraits of Pieter de la Court and his wife, by Abraham van 
den Tempel. 

However, the purchases made by the Museum were not confined to 
old masters: it also acquired a few works by contemporaneous artists. 
Between 1886 and 1889, specimens of modern art, such as "Light 
Artillery", by G. ft. Breitner; "A bit of town", by Jacob Maris and "In 
the month of July", by P. J. C. Gabriel, found a place, in the Gallery* 

In the meantime the Museum had received some important additions 
through bequests and loan collections. Between 1883 and 1895 Mr. A. 
Bredius showed himself a generous lover of Art, by the donation of 
42 pictures. From the heirs of Mr. de . Bruyn Kops it received in 
1888 six paintings and in the course of a few years, Jhr. de Stuers 
presented ten valuable works. In 1887 Mr. Willet gave several choice 
pictures (a., o. a "St. Sebastian" by an Italian Master), and the family 
Royaards five large paintings by Ferd. Bol. 

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XVIII HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. 

augmented by 52 pictures, including paintings of civic and military 
corporations -; the collection formerly the property of the Society "Felix 
Meritis", now defunct, a. o. the celebrated picture of Nic. Maes: 
"Saying Grace"; two portraits by Frans Hals, presented to the town 
by Messrs. P. de Clercq and P. van Eeghen, in 1892; an "Interior", 
by Gabriel Metsu; "Flowers and Fruit", the masterpiece of Jan 
van Huysum; the "Sandy Lane", by Jacob van Ruisdael, and the 
"Herring Seller", by Adr. van Ostade, the gift of Mrs. Messchert 
van Vollenhoven, n6e van Lennep; In 1893, the "Portrait of Louis 
Jacques Veltman", by Jozef Israels; the "Dam at Amsterdam", by 
Jan van der Heyden, presented by Mr. J. F. van Lennep; in 1895, 
a "Still Life", by Abr. Mignon, and the "Farm-yard", by Melch. 
d'Hondecoeter, a donation from the children of Mr. C. P. van Eeghen. 

In 1897 the Museum received in loan, from the family van Weede, 
a "Portrait of a Woman" by Rembrandt, also a portrait by Casp. 
Netscher; from the family Helweg, a portrait painted by Jozef 
Israels, and from Mr. Pott a work by G. H. Breitner; Mr. F. H. 
Wente lent four old masters and two modern pictures; Mr. J. F. R. 
M. de Ner£e van Babberich, six paintings, Baron Th. Collot 
d'Escury, a series of family portraits, amongst which are works of 
J. A. van Ravesteyn, Adr. Hannehan, Corn. Janson van Ceulen, 
Aert de Gelder and Mr. B. I. D. Zubli, pictures by Jan Vrolijk 
and Theoph. de Bock and a water-colour drawing by Segantini. 
The Board of Guardians of the Mennonite Church gave in 1899 on 
loan a series of nine portraits, and Mr. P. W. van Doorninck, in 
1 90 1 lent two fine portraits by Gerard Ter Borch ; Mr. J. B. Wester- 
woudt sent ten modern printings which, together with the 17 lent 
before, made a valuable collection of modern Art, almost entirely 
the work of Dutch painters. Finally Mr. J. C. J. Drvcker sent on 
loan a magnificent collection of oil paintings and water colours of the 
most renowned artists of the modern Dutch school: Anton Mauve, 
Jacob Maris, Willem Maris, Alma Tadema, Alb. Neuhuys, J. H. 
Weissenbruch. 

The bequest made in 1898 by Mr. D. Franken Dzn., consisted of 
49 pictures comprising 10 works of Adr. van de Venne, and that of 
Baron R. van Lynden, made in 1899, of 39 paintings of the modern 
school and 4 old masters. In the following year, his widow, the 
Baroness van Lynden, n6e van Pallandt, made a donation of 45 
pictures by the most famous painters of the modern Dutch and French 
schools, which had been collected by her late husband. (This is 
the most important donation which has been made to the Museum 
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HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE COLLECTIONS. XIX 

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to the Museum is a large family group, by Abr. van der Tempel, 
presented by Mr. Willink van Bennebroek. 

We terminate this long list by the mention of the bequest made in 
1903 by Mrs. Insinger, n6e van Loon, consisting of four paintings 
from the brush of J. Asselyn, Gerard de Lairesse, J. van Ochter- 
velt and Thomas Wyck, and that of Mr. A. A. Des Tom be of 23 
works of old and modern schools, whilst the Museum also received 
in the same year the second part of De Witte van Citters' bequest, 
consisting of 23 portraits. 

Through this steady increase of Art treasures, the want of better 
accommodation made itself daily more felt, especially when in 1898 
and 1900, the Franken and van Lynden bequests had been added 
to the Gallery. Fortunately about that time the S. W. wing of the 
Museum called: "het Fragmentengebouw" was being completed and 
in 1900 the greater part of the modern pictures as well as some older 
works, having reference to Art, Manners, Customs and National Cos- 
tumes were transferred to the new wing. Here also were placed the 
so-called Turkish pictures, at one time the property of the Direction 
of the Levant-Trade, and formed into a separate collection with others 
from the same source, already in the State Museum. 

These pictures and many others had formed part of the Royal 
Cabinet of curiosities formerly in the "MauTitshuis" at The Hague 
and in the model-room of the Admiralty. 

The collection of enamels and miniatures at present in the Rijks- 
Museum, are also from the Royal Cabinet having been transferred in 
1876 to the State Museum. The greater part of this collection had 
been the private property of the Stadtholders, which accounts for the 
fact that it contains so many portraits of the Royal family of England, 
to which the House of Orange has been so closely allied by marriage. 
The members of the family of Orange, however, are equally well 
represented in this collection. Scarcely anything has been added to 
it by purchase; until 1901 it was on view in the Dutch Museum, and 
to-day it forms the chief attraction of the historical section of the 
picture Gallery. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CATALOGUES. 



Collection of the State Museum at Amsterdam. 

1809. Catalogus van het Koninklijk Museum van Holland. Gebrs. 
VanCleef, Amsterdam. — 459 Nos. of pictures, besides anti- 
quities, drawings, etc. 

[1816.] Catalogus der schilderijen enz. van 's Rijks-Museum te Amster- 
dam. Bij Pieper en Iepenbuur. — 414 Nos. of pictures, etc. 
Reprinted in 1818. 

[182 1.] Catalogus der schilderijen enz. van J s Rijks-Museum te Amster- 
dam. P. de Hengst en Zoon. — 454 Nos. of pictures, etc. 
Reprinted in 1825 with 463 Nos. of pictures, and again in the 
same year, but without the antiquities and with altered pagination. 

1828. Aanwijzing der schilderijen berustende op 's Rijks-Museum te 
Amsterdam. — 421 Nos. of pictures. From this catalogue the 
antiquities, etc., have been omitted. Reprinted, with 415 Nos. of 
pictures, in 1830, 1832, 1833, 1836, 1837, 1839, 1841 and, 
with slight modifications, in 1843. 

1836. Notice des Tableaux exposes au Mus6e du Royaume des Pays- 
Bas, Amsterdam. 

1838. Description des Tableaux qui constituent le Mus6e du Royaume 
des Pays-Bas a Amsterdam. Reprinted in 1840. 

1846. Aanwijzing der schilderijen berustende op 's Rijks-Museum. An 
entirely revised edition, in which the works of the Foreign 
Schools have been catalogued separately. A list of 386 portraits 
is added at the end. Reprinted in 1849, 1851, 1853. 

1847. Description des Tableaux exposes au Mus6e Royal des Pays- 
Bas. Reprinted in 1849. 

1858. Beschrijving der schilderijen op ; s Rijks-Museum te Amster- 
dam met fac-simile der naamteekens bij P'rans Buffa en Zonen 
te Amsterdam met een inleiding van P. L. Dubourcq. 432 Nos. 
A list of portraits at the end. This catalogue was compiled by 
P. L. Dubourcq. Reprinted in 1859; tne edition of 1864 
contains 444 Nos. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CATALOGUES. XXI 

1858. Notice des Tableaux du Mus£e d' Amsterdam, avec fac-simile* 

des monogrammes. Frans Buffa and sons. 
1870. Reprint of the "Beschrijving" published in 1858, containing 
• 451 Nos. At the end a list of 64 pictures constituting the 

bequest of L. Dupper Wzn. Reprinted in 1872. 
1870. Reprint of the "Notice" published in 1858, containing 451 Nos. 

and a list of the pictures from the Dupper bequest. Reprinted 

in 1872. 
1876. Sixth edition of the "Beschrijving" of 1858, with an introduc- 

* • *• 

tion by J.- W.' Kaiser. It comprises the pictures and the pastels 
bequeathed by Dupper and Miss Liotard ; 538 Nos* representing 
610 works. 

1876. Notice, 6 e Edition. (Translation of the sixth Dutch edition 
published in 1876,) 

188a Beschrijving der schilderijen van het Rijks-Museum te Amster- 
dam met historische aanteekeningen, fac-simile's der naam- 
teekens. VGravenhage, Algemeene Landsdrukkerij. — 547 Nos. 
to which has been added a supplement of 52 Nos. relating to 
the bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, and a second sup- 
plement of 3 Nos. It also contains a list of portraits and an 
index to the names of artists. (This catalogue has been 
compiled by J. W. Kaiser.) 

1 88 1. Second supplement to the "Beschrijving" of 1880 (the first 
contained a list of the pictures constituting the van de Poll 
bequest), comprising 37 Nos. of pictures, 4 Nos. of pastels, 1 
drawing and 2 Nos. of miniatures, forming the bequest of 
Jonkvr. J. C. Bicker, douairiere van Winter. Affixed, a genea- 
logical tree. 

1 88 1. Beschrijving der schilderijen van het Rijks-Museum te Amster- 
dam. 's-Gravenhage, Algemeene Landsdrukkerij. An abridged 
edition of the catalogue of 1880 from which the introduction, 
the historical account and the fac-similes of the signatures have 
been omitted; but to which have been added the Nos. of the 
collections of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll and Dupper. 

1885. • Catalogus van het Rijks-Museum van schilderijen door Abr. 
Bredius. Geillustreerd met 50 platen door C. L. Dake, 
Amsterdam, Tj. van Holkema. Published in two editions, 
headed by a preface and short introduction. This catalogue is 
divided into four parts, comprising: i°. the numbers of the 
collection as described in the official catalogue, with the 
additional numbers of. the works recently acquired ; in this part 
the system of numbering has been maintained. 2 . The Nos. 



XXII BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CATALOGUES. 

of the Van der Hoop collection, with an introductory notice; 
in this division the numbering is the same as that of the 
catalogue of Kaiser, published in 1881. 3 . The collection of 
modern masters, formerly in the Pavilion of Harlem. Here 
the order and classification of the official catalogue of 1880 
have been followed. 4*. The Nos. of the collection belonging 
to the Society founded for the establishment of a public gallery of 
works of the modern schools at Amsterdam ; it also has a preface. 

1885. Catalogue des tableaux du Rijks-Museum par Abr. Bredius, 
illustre* de 50 gravures, dessins de C. L. Dake. Edite" chez 
Tj. van Holkema, Amsterdam. 

1886. Revised edition of the Dutch catalogue of 1885. 

1887. Third, entirely revised edition of the Dutch catalogue published 
in 1886. In two publications, the one illustrated by Dake, the 
other with wood-engravings from photographs, by Walter. 

1888. Deuxieme Edition entierement refondue du catalogue francais 
paru en 1885, avec gravures sur bois par Walter. 

1 891. Nouvelle r&mpression du catalogue francais paru en 1885. 

(3 e Edition.) Van Holkema et Warendorf, 6diteurs. 
1897. Nouvelle r&mpression rectified (5 e ed.) du catalogue francais 

paru en 1885. Van Holkema et Warendorf, dditeurs. 

1903. Catalogus der schilderijen, miniaturen, pastels, omlijste teeke- 
ningen, enz., in het Rijks-Museum te Amsterdam. Uitgegeven 
vanwege het Ministerie van Binnenlandsche Zaken bij de Boek- 
en Kunstdrukkerij v/h Roeloffzen-Hubner en Van Santen, 
Amsterdam 1903. With a supplement containing the new works 
acquired in 1903 and the collection of modern pictures and 
water-colours lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker. 

1904. Nouvelle r&mpression (6 e ed.) de l'6dition de 1897 avec les 
Nos. du catalogue officiel de 1903. Van Holkema et Waren- 
dorf, ^diteurs. 

1904. Revised supplement of the catalogue of 1903, with an additional 
list of the portraits and a few corrections (20 p., 345—364)- 

1904. The edition of 1903, with the revised supplement, illustrated 
and containing two plans of the Museum. 

1904. Catalogue des tableaux, miniatures, pastels, dessins encadr£s, 
etc. du Mus^e de l'Etat a Amsterdam. Publie* par d^cret du 
Mtnistre de lTnterieur, Roeloffzen, Hiibner et van Santen, 
Imprimeurs, Amsterdam. With a list of the names of the 
artists mentioned in the catalogue and a supplement containing 
the new works acquired in 1904. 

1904. The same catalogue illustrated. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CATALOGUES. XXIII 



Catalogues of the national collection of modern art exhibited 
in the Pavilion " Welgelegen", at Harlem. 

{Undated). Notitie der Koninklijke verzameling van schilderijen van 
Levende Meesters. 'sGravenhage bij A. H. Bakhuyzen. 

id. Koninklijke verzameling van schilderijen van Levende Meesters 
der Nederlandsche scholen op het Paviljoen te Haarlem. 
's Gravenhage bij A. H. Bakhuijzen. 

id. "Koninkl. Verzameling", see above. Met and Meylink, Harlem. 

id. Schilderijen van hedendaagsche meesters uitmakende de ver- 
zameling op het Paviljoen Welgelegen, te Haarlem bij Met 
en Meylink. Reprinted in other type in ? 

id. Beschrijving der schilderijen op 's Rijks-Museum in het Pavil- 
joen Welgelegen, te Haarlem. Reprinted in? 

1880. Beschrijving der schilderijen in 'sRijks verzamelingen van 
Kunstwerken van Moderne meesters in het Paviljoen Welge- 
legen te Haarlem. 'sGravenhage, Algemeene Landsdrukkerij . 
This catalogue has been compiled by Mr. C. J. Gonnet, and 
includes a concise historical description of the Pavilion and the 
works exhibited therein, from the pen of its Director, Mr. E. H. 
Koster. It also contains a drawing of the " Battle of Waterloo", 
by N. Pieneman, to which is added an index to the persons repre- 
sented and the principal points in this picture. The catalogue 
comprises 180 Nos. of pictures and 17 Nos. of sculptures. 

Catalogues of pictures belonging to the town of Amsterdam. 

Museum van der Hoop. 

1855. Catalogus der schilderijen van het Museum van der Hoop te 
Amsterdam, Stadsdrukkerij. 

1865. Beschrijving der schilderijen in het Museum van der Hoop, 
Amst., Stadsdrukkerij. Reprinted in (1867), 1872 and 1876. 

1866. Mus£e van der Hoop. Description des tableaux. Reprinted 
in 1868, in (?). In 1879 appeared the 4 th edition, wrongly 
called the 5 th . 

188 1. Beschrijving der schilderijen in het Museum van der Hoop, 
Amsterdam, Stadsdrukkerij. This inventory has been drawn 
U P ^ J- W. Kaiser and includes a preface, a list of the 
painters in chronoligical order and the fac-similes of the signatures. 

1883. Description des tableaux du mus6e van der Hoop, 5 e Edition. 
Translation of the above descriptive catalogue. 



xxiv bibliography of the catalogues. 

Descriptions of the pictures in the Town-Hall and other 

public edifices of Amsterdam. 

1790. Kunst en Historie-kundige beschrijving van alle de schilderijen 
op het Stadhuis te Amsterdam met beoordeelingen en aan- 
merkingen over de stukken en korte levensbeschrijvingen van 
derzelver schilders, door Jan van Dijk, te Amsterdam, bij 
I. de Jongh. 

(An artistic and historical account of the paintings in the 
Town-Hall of Amsterdam, with a critical notice of the pictures 
and short biographies of the painters, by Jan van- Dijk, at 
Amsterdam. I. de Jongh, publisher). 

1864. Aanwijzing der schilderijen, oudheden, modellen, enz., zich 
bevindende op het Raadhuis der stad Amsterdam. Te Amster- 
dam ter Stads-Drukkerij . 

(Descriptive catalogue of the pictures, antiquities, models, etc., 
in the Town-Hall of Amsterdam. Municipal printing-office, 
Amsterdam). 

1879. Historische beschrijving der schilderijen van het Raadhuis te 
Amsterdam. Ter Stadsdrukkerij door P. Scheltema. 
(Historical account of the pictures in the Town-Hall of Amster- 
dam, by P. Scheltema. Municipal printing-office). 

1865. Beschrijving der schilderijen afkomstig van het Chirurgijnsgild 
te Amsterdam, met eenige Historische aanteekeningen, enz., 
Amsterdam, Frederik Muller, door Dr. J. W. R. Tilanus. 
(Descriptive catalogue of the pictures formerly belonging to 
the Surgeons' Guild of Amsterdam, with short historical notices, 
etc., by J. W. R. Tilanus). Frederik Muller, Amsterdam). 
This catalogue also contains a critical study, by J. Gosschalk. 

1880. Schilderijen afkomstig van het aloude Chirurgijnsgild te 
Amsterdam. — Amsterdam, Stadsdrukkerij, 1880. 
(Catalogue of the pictures formerly belonging to the Surgeon's 
Guild of Amsterdam. Municipal printing-office). 

1885. A descriptive account of the pictures in the three "Doelens" 
at Amsterdam, by G. Schaep in 1653. It appeared in an 
article written by P. Scheltema and was published in vol. VII 
of "Amsters Oudheid", edited by ten Brink and de Vries, 
at Amsterdam. 



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NOTES ON THE ADMINISTRATION. 



The first Director of the Museum, Mr. Cornelis Apostool, was 
appointed by King Louis, on August 25 th 1808. He struggled through 
the trying period of the French domination, and qn the accession of 
King William I, in September- 181 4, his appointment was confirmed 
by Royal warrant. At his death, which occurred 10 February 1844, 
the painter J. W. Pieneman provisionally accepted the vacant post 
for the term of three years. The alarming report of the new Director 
on the state of the collections resulted in the nomination of a 
Commission of Supervision, which held its first meeting in the same 
year and which counted among its members Messrs. Jer. de Vries, 
A. Brondgeest and P. E. H. Praetorius. Mr. Pieneman having tendered 
his resignation at the expiration of his stipulated term of office, the 
Commission of Supervision was dissolved and changed into a Board 
of Management. This Board, on which the late Director had a seat, 
undertook the full direction of affairs and the sole charge of the 
collections, and placed each of the three divisions under the care of 
a separate Keeper. In 1850, Mr. W. J. M. Engelberts was appointed 
a Keeper of the collection of pictures. When in 1875, on account of 
failing health, he was obliged to retire, Mr. J. W. Kaiser, who since 
i860 had been a member of the Board of Management, became 
Keeper of the Picture Gallery and Print Room. In 1876 the Board 
of Management was dissolved and replaced by the present Commission 
of Supervision. 

At his request Mr. J. W. Kaiser was relieved of his duties on 
October 1st 1883 and succeeded by Mr. Fr. D. O. Obreen, who 
remained in office until his death, 1 November 1896. The vacant 
place was then filled by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, first as Director 
ad interim until 1 October 1901, when he was appointed Director in 
chief. From 16 February 1897 to 1 March 1898, Mr. C. G. 't Hooft 
acted as assistant-Keeper, and when he vacated his post for another 
charge, he was replaced by Mr. W. J. Steenhoff. 

Originally the collection of pictures of the modern schools which 



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XXVI NOTES ON THE ADMINISTRATION. 

from 1838 to 1885 was exhibited in the Pavilion "Welgelegen" at 
Harlem, had been placed under the joint supervision of Mr. M. C. 
Apostool, Director of the State Museum at Amsterdam, and Jhr. J. 
Steengracht van Oostcapelle, Director of the Royal cabinet of 
paintings at the Hague, the artist P. G. Westenberg acting as 
resident-Keeper. 

Until 1876 the administration of the Pavilion shared the vicissitudes 
of the Museums of Amsterdam and the Hague. The changes in the 
council-board of the Museum of Amsterdam have already been 
mentioned ; the following are those of the Royal cabinet of paintings 
at the Hague: In 1844, the place of Director left vacant by Jhr. 
Steengracht, was filled by Mr. J. Z. Mazel, who in 1874 was 
succeeded by Jhr. J. K. J. de Jonge. In 1858 Mr. E. Koster 
replaced Mr. Westenberg and after the reorganisation of 1876 and 
the dissolution of the council of administration, Mr. Koster was 
appointed chief Director. He held this appointment until 30 April 1880. 
On May I st Mr. C. J. Gonnet became Director pro tem and continued 
at his post until 1 October 1885, when the pictures and other works 
of art having been transferred from Harlem to the State Museum of 
Amsterdam, his services had to be dispensed with. 



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NOTES ON THE BUILDINGS. 



The pictures which at present constitute the collection of the Rijks- 
Museum formerly occupied three distinct buildings, viz. the Royal 
Palace and "Trippenhuis" at Amsterdam, and for the works of the 
modern schools, the Pavilion "Welgelegen" at Harlem. In 1808 the 
Town-Hall of Amsterdam was converted into a Royal Palace and in 
the same year part of the Building was reserved for the great Royal 
Museum. This Town-Hall had been erected by order of the corpo- 
ration, from the architectural designs of Jacob van Campen and under 
the supervision of Daniel Stalpert. Its construction took seven years; 
the first pile was driven in the ground on the 20th January 1648, and 
on April 23d 1655 the magistrates held their first sitting in the new 
building. 

The rooms assigned to the Museum in the Royal palace wefe the 
large Hall of the Court-Martial with the adjoining apartments (inclu- 
ding the minor Court-Martial) and two closets on the 3d floor, on the 
west side of the building, where, for many years past, had hung the 
so-called - corporation-pictures derived from the "Doelens." It was on 
the walls of the minor Court-Martial that, among other works, Rem- 
brandt's Nightwatch had been displayed. The Banquet of the Civic 
Guard, by B. \an der Helst and the Fife of the Civic Guard at- 
the conclusion of the Peace of Munster, 1648, bij Govert Flinck, 
had long "decorated those of the large Court-Martial. These three 
pictures, together with the Heads of the Brotherhood of St. Sebastian, 
by B. van der Helst, which had hung in another room of the Town- 
Hall, were left in the Museum of which they proved the principal 
attraction. The other "corporation pictures" were removed to the new 
Town-Hall on the "Oudezijds Voorburgwal", formerly the "Prinsenhof". 



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XXVIII NOTES ON THE BUILDINGS. 

In 1815 the picture collection of the Museum was transferred to 
the "Trippenhuis", on the Kloveniersburgwal. 

This "Trippenhuis", the palatial residence of the brothers Louis 
and Hendrick Trip, the great gun-manufacturers, had been built be- 
tween 1660 and 1662 from the plans of Justus Vingbooms. The 
building consisted of two dwelling-houses connected by a common- 
hall, hence the appellation "Trippenhuyzen." The house on the North 
side was inhabited by Hendrick, that on the South side by his brother 
Louis. 

In the course of time, through various circumstances, the residence 
of the Northside was almost entirely owned by Mr. C. S. Roos, who 
in 1 801 and 1802 opened in it a picture gallery where young artists 
found an opportunity of completing their studies; another part of it 
was let to the Royal Institute, for the purpose of holding its meetings. 

In 1 809 this building was acquired by the State and appropriated to 
the sittings of the Legislative Assembly and the meetings of the Royal 
Institute. 

For long years the house on the Southside remained the property of 
the family Trip, who underlet it to several tenants, among others, in 
1750, to the celebrated art-collector, Gerrit Braamcamp, who established 
a picture-gallery within its precincts. In 1771, Mr. Louis Trip de Marez 
bequeathed his property to the town of Amsterdam, reserving to himself 
the usufruct until the entire extinction of his family, and appointing as 
trustee the Orphan's Court, who let the house in succession to various 
occupiers. 

In 181 1 the Emperor Napoleon enacted this building to be placed 
at the disposal of the Institute, an order by which the town was 
charged with the payment of the rent to the Orphan's Court. The same 
decree directed the house on the Northside to be installed as a Museum; 
but the corporation, on whom involved the maintenance of the picture 
gallery* was loth to comply with this command and very reluctantly 
instructed the town architect A. van der Hart to draw up the plans 
of modification. 

On his accession the Sovereign Prince decided that the control of 
the Museum should be undertaken by the State and ordered the col- 
lection to be transferred to the North house. The necessary works and 
alterations were at once begun: the two front rooms were converted 
into one large hall, the backstaircase suppressed and the high chimney 
pieces removed. When in 1854 the Institute became the Royal 
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NOTES ON THE BUILDINGS. XXIX 

to monthly and, in 1855, to bi-monthly, the position became intolerable, 
for the meetings were held in the large front-hall, where the most 
famous pictures tif the collection were exhibited. As a result, in 1858 
this large hall was again converted into two rooms. 

But owing to the steady increase of the collection, the insufficiency 
of the accomodation of the "Trippenhuis" became daily more apparent. 
Already in 1834 the Director had complained of the want of space 
and light, and after the division of the large hall, matters had become 
worse, — whilst fears were entertained for the safety of the art treasures, 
in a building for the greater part constructed of combustible materials, 
situated in the proximity of warehouses containing inflammable substances. 

In 1862 a few art lovers at Amsterdam joined hands and formed 
themselves into a committee for the furtherance of all preliminary 
measures connected with the erection of a new Museum. In the same 
year, Mr. Thorbecke, then Minister of the Interior, declared himself, 
in the Second Chamber of the States-General, fully in favour of the 
project of the committee, which was duly constituted in 1863 and 
entered at once upon the duties connected with the foundation of the 
" Museum Willem I." They hoped to see the actual work of building 
commence immediately after the files then to be held in commemo- 
ration of Holland having been raised to a Kingdom, fifty years ago. 

The committee,, who had been led to expect substantial aid from the 
State, opened a competition inviting plans and tenders for the new 
building. By the 16 th of February 1864, twenty-one designs had been 
sent in, but none were considered suitable. A first prize was awarded 
to Messrs. Ludwig and Emil Lange, of Munich, and a second prize 
to Mr. P. J. H. Cuypers, of Roermond, but the majority of the jury 
voted against the acceptance of either of these. Thereupon Mr. A. N. 
Godefroy, one of the members of the jury, was requested to draw a 
new plan, but he soon relinquished his task on the plea that the sum 
placed at his disposal was inadequate. The committee then charged 
Mr. L. H. Eberson to prepare other plans. 

These designs were submitted to the Minister of the Interior who, 
having been advised upon them by Messrs. J. J. Metzelaar and E. Gugel, 
pronounced against them. They were then altered and simplified, but 
to no purpose. 

Although the town of Amsterdam had already granted to the 
committee the required ground for building, the subvention promised 
by the State was still in abeyance. It was not until 4 December 1872 
that Mr. S. van Houten, in moving an amendment on the budget, 



XXX NOTES ON THE BUILDINGS. 

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pointed out in the Second Chamber that it was the duty of the 
Government to build a Museum and to break with the deplorable 
system of leaving this task to private initiative or to the town of 
Amsterdam: this motion was adopted almost unanimously, with but 
one dissenting voice. 

As soon as this decision had become kwown the town of Amsterdam 
pledged itself to provide a plot of ground, besides a sum of /ioo.ooo. 
The corporation also promised to give In loan to the new Museum 
the pictures belonging to the town. 

Then, after the appointment, in 1874, of the Commission to enquire 
into the state of historical monuments and arts, due* to Minister 
Mr. C. C. Geertsema, and the establishment, in 1875, of a department of 
Arts and Sciences at the Home Office, by Minister J. Heemskerk Az.> 
matters were taken seriously in hand. 

The architects P. J. H. Cuypers, L. H. Eberson and H. P. Vocel 
were invited to draw up new plans from instructions given by the 
Commission. The jury voted unanimously for the adoption of the plan 
of Mr. Cuypers, who by Royal Warrant of 12 July 1876 was appointed 
architect of the new buildings. 

The work of erection then proceeded without interruption, and on 
*3 J u ty 1885 the opening ceremony, presided over by Minister 
Heemskerk, took place in the presence of H. R. H. Princess Marie 
of the Netherlands, and her husband, Prince von Wied. 

In 1898 the premises were considerably enlarged by the construction 
of the "Fragmentengebouw" and the erection, in the grounds of the 
Museum, of a building w as a preparatory School of Drawing. In this 
building were placed the paintings executed by Jan van Scorel for 
the choir of the church of " Warmenhuizen". 

In the historical account of the collections, p. xm, mention has 
been made of the Pavilion "Welgelegen" at Harlem, which from 1838 
to 1885 served as a Gallery for the National Collection of pictures o* 
the Modern Schools. This Pavilion, known by the name of "Huis van 
Hope", a construction in the Italian style of architecture, had been 
built in 1788 for Henri Hope, the great banker at Amsterdam. It is 
situated in the Dreef, at the entrance of the Harlemmerhout (Wood 
of Harlem). 

In 1808 King Louis acquired this demesne for the sum of/* 300.000 
and on the I st July 18 10 he there signed the act by which he 
renounced the throne. 

When in 18 14 the country had shaken off the French rule, the 



NOTES ON THE BUILDINGS. XXXI 

Pavilion was placed at the disposal of the Dowager Princess, widow 
of Prince William V, nie Princess Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina of 
Prussia, who occupied it until her death in 182Q, with her daughter, 
the Dowager Duchess of Brunswick-Luneburg, nee Princess Frederica- 
Louise-Wilhelmina of Orange. 

In 1828, by order of King William I, the Pavilion was transformed 
into a picture-gallery. The necessary alterations were entrusted to the 
architect I. D. Zocher, from the plans designed by T. F. Suys; bu^ 
owing to the political disturbances in Belgium the work made but slow 
progress. The required modifications were not completed until 1837 
and the inauguration of the Gallery took place 9 August 1838. 

In 1885 the entire collection was transferred to the State Museum. 



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PICTURES. 



ABELS (Jacobus Theodoras), born at Amsterdam Sept. i, 1803, 
died at Abcoude June 18, 1866. Pupil of Jan van Ravenzwaaij, 
at Hilversum. Painted at the. Hague and at Haarlem. 

1. Afternoon. A field in Guelders, planted with high trees. 

C. 27 by 34 in., signed on the left: J. 7. Abels,/. The figures and animals 
are painted by his father-in-law, Pieter Gerardus van Os. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1883. 

ACHENBACH (Oswald), born at Dusseldorf, Febr. 2, 1827 where 
he died Febr. 1, 1905. Studied at the Academy of that town, 
later under his brother Andreas; was appointed Professor at the 
Dusseldorf Academy in 1872. Z. 

2. Market day in a town of Italy. 

C 43 1 /* by 52^ in., h. f. 7^ in., signed to the right: Osw. Achenbach. 
Bequest Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

ADRIAENSEN (Alexander), baptized in Antwerp Jan. 16, 1587; 
he worked and died there Oct. 30, 1661. 

3. Fishes. The picture represents part of a haddock, some oysters 
and a lobster. _ rr ^ ^r»i A tt ns^m. r-«-^ 

O. 18% by 30 in. *L£XANDlr ADRIAE N£f £N fESJT. 
Signed on the counter : ' &6 0. 

Sale F. Kayser, Amsterdam 1888. 

AEKEN (Hieronymus van). See Bosch, p. 75. 

AELST (Willem van), born at Delft 1626 (?), died after 1683, 
probably in Amsterdam, where he settled in 1657. Pupil of his 
uncle, Evert van Aelst, at Delft, and of Otto Marseus van Schrieck, 
at Florence. Worked in France and Italy from 1645 t0 I ^5^- 

4. Dead birds. 
A cock, a hen, 

a snipe and / J4^l[Ie,m ycVTl 
a woodpecker |l /} O 

suspended by ^ aUaS*CLt • 

the legs. 

C. 

Signed on the right: 
Purchased in London, 1895. 



f Jftufcm 



37^ b y 3 ll k in. life size. ^ #\J^/a Z6~ \ 

led on the right: ^"-^^s *- 




AERTSZ. 



AERTSZ (Pieter), sumamed "Lange Pier" (Long Peter), supposed 
to have been born at Amsterdam in 1507 or 1508, buried in 
that town June 3, 1575. Pupil of Allaert Claesz. of Amsterdam. 
Painted at Antwerp between 1535 and 1556 and afterwards at 
Amsterdam. 

5. The egg dance. A young man is performing the dance in a 
kitchen; a musician and a few people are looking on. 

O. 33 by 68 in., h. f v 25% in. Date: 1337. 

Purchased from Col. von Schepeler, Aix-la-Chapelle 1&39. 

6. The Adoration of the Shepherds. Fragment of an altar piece. 

O. 35^ by 23^ in., life size. Saved from the fire of the Amsterdam Townhall 
in 1652. Supposed to have been part of the triptych "The Nativity", 
painted by Pieter Aertsz for the New Church which was almost entirely 
destroyed by the "Image breakers". Was formerly in the "Weeskamer" 
of the old townhall at Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum since 1 885. 

7. The Presentation in the Temple (face). 
The Adoration of the Wise Men (reverse). 

O. 76 by 28^ in., h. f. seated 40 in., standing 49 in. Fold of a triptych, probably 
from the New Church at Delft. Bought at the "Huis met de Hoof den", 
Amsterdam, April 24, i860, together with other paintings originally 
belonging to the Townhall of Delft. 

8. The Churl (De Gortenteller, the man who counts the grains 
of barley.) Probably an old copy. 

C. 34 by 28 in., h. h. 7 in. In the left hand corner, at the top, is the 
following inscription on a piece of paper: 

Sal ick de huysraet te recht bestellen, 
Soo moet ick t' gort selfs in de pot tellen. 
(If I want my house to be carefully kept, I myself must count out the 
barleycorns). Engraved by Hendr. Bary. Formerly in the "Nieuwe Zijds 
Huiszittenhuis " at Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum since 1885. 

ALEWIJN (Abraham), seems to have been a Director of the E. I. 
Comp., as well as a poet and a draughtsman. Born at Amsterdam, 
June 6, 1673; he died in that town Febr. 15, 1735. 

9. The F£te on board the yachts on the Y. (Het Admiraal- 
zeilen). 

0. 45^ by 58 in., h.f. 4^ in., signed yx p . • . 

on a piece of wood, on the right Jr\ m J\ LLW/N' / '01 

towards the centre: ' " ** 

Presented by Mr. F. H. Wente, Amsterdam 1898. 

ALLEBfe (Augustus), born at Amsterdam, April 19, 1838. Director 
of the Academy of Arts. Studied a. o. p. at Paris. Pupil of 
Petrus Franciscus Greive. Z. 

10. Early hour at church. A few worshippers, seen half-length 
and full face, are seated in a devout attitude. 

C. 17 by 13% in., h. h. 2% in., signed on the right with monogr. and the date 61. 
Bequest Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

11. Life's eventide. An old woman is seen leaving the under- 
ground kitchen of a house in Amsterdam, carrying a chafing- 
dish. The ground is covered with snow. 

M. i 1 % by 9 in., h. f. 8 in., signed at the top on the right with monogram and 
the date 63. Lith. by H. A. C. Dekker. Bequeathed by D. Franken Dz., 1898. 



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49- L>utch school. 15(0 — 1520. 



. German school. Abu 



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ALLEBfi. 



12. A young lady in a walking costume, holding her hat in her hand. 
M. 14 by gift in., h. f. to the knees 11% in., signed at the bottom on the 
right: Allele 1863. Bequest* D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

13. A well-guarded child. A farmyard in which a cow and a few 

chicken; in the background a child in a cradle touched by a 

sunbeam. 

C. 20 by 15^ in., signed at' the bottom to the right with monogr. and the 

date 67. Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt of Haarlem since 1902. 

14. Still Life. Turkish slippers, pipe and other objects scattered 
over a white cloth. 

C. 14^ by 17 in., signed on the right at the bottom: Allebe 73. 
Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

ALLORI (Cristofano), also called Bronzino the Younger, was 

born at Florence .Oct. 17, 1577 and died there in 162 1. Pupil 
of his father, Alessandro Allori, of Santi di Tito and of Gregorio 
Pagani. He worked in Florence and Rome. 

15. Judith holding the head of Holophernus. Copy. 

C. 54^ by 45^ in. life size. The original is in the Palazzo Pitti at Florence 
and engravings of it have been made, among others by M. Gandolfi, 
P. A. Tardieu and- L. A. Claessens. The Museum of Vienna possesses a 
replica of this picture. Mentionned in the catalogues since 18 16. 

ALTMANN (Sybrand), born at Texel, Sept. 6, 1822, died at Amsterdam 
June 6, 1890. Professor at the Academy of Arts at Amsterdam. 
Pupil of Petrus van Schendel. Z. 

16. Johannes Theodoras Strackg (181 7 — 1891), sculptor. 

C. 47^ by 33% in. life size, signed in the background to the right: S.Altmannft. 

ANDRIESSEN (Jurriaan), born at Amsterdam June 12, 1742; died 
in that town July 31, 1819. Studied under Anthonie Elliger and 
Johan Maurits Quinkhard. 

17. Portrait of the painter, by himself, standing before his easel. 
Visible to the knees. 

Sketch on paper, 13% by 9% in., h. h. 2% in., wrongly signed on the back : 
C. Hansen, epsc. fecit Presented by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, 1903. 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE GERMAN (Duitsche) 
SCHOOL. 

a. XVI century (first half). 

18. The Hymn of Praise of Anna the Prophetess, in the 
Temple. 

O. 15^4 by 16^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Sale van der Willigen, Harlem, April ,18,74. 

19. Christ Suffering for Mankind. Half length figure. Copy. 

O. 10V by 5% in., h. h. 2^ in. Wrongly signed with the monogram of 
Albrecht Durer and ijii. A duplicate of this painting is in the Episcopal 
Museum, at Utrecht. Sale F. Kayser, Amsterdam 1888. ... 

20. The Holy Virgin, as Mother of Sorrows. Half length figure. Copy. 

O. 10% by 8^ in., h. h. 2^ in. Companion picture to No. .19. Purchased 
as above. 




4 ANONYM. WORKS OF THE GERMAN (Duitsche) SCHOOL. 

21. Portrait of a young man, wearing a flat cap and a fur cloak. 
Bust, the face slightly turned towards the right. Painted on 
green background. 

O. 23 by 17J4 in., h. h. 5^ in. Attributed to the "Meister des Todes 
Mariae", "Master of the death of the Virgin", (Joost van Cleef). 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

b. XVII century (early part). 

22. The Emperor Matthias (1557— 1619), in gala dress. Visible 
to the knees. 

C. 41 by 31^ in., nat. size. Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

28. Portrait of a man of rank (1603). Half length fig. A book 

is lying open before him, the German text of 

which is ornamented with flowers; he holds a 

hatchet in his hand, j, / ^_ ___ rr^r^^ 

In the background his "^ ^-VED) WL©S 
coat of arms. No. 24 is 

its companion picture^ + j^^g. 35. 

7 in., signed: and A° i6oj. Bought at the Hague in 1881. 

24. Portrait of a lady of rank. Half length. The coat of arms 
is similar to that of No. 23, * ^4,.: A ^/ric»Ta^T/\ 
except for the addition of a iff" LI LEA VE1MA 
bullock's head in gules on the 

argent field. ©©CENT <CV^r^ 

O. 41 by 32^ in., h. h. 7 in., ^^ 

signed: and anno 1603. Bought at the Hague, 1881. 

c. XV III century (middle). 

25. Prince August-Wilhelm of Prussia (1722— 1758), father-in- 
law of William V. Bust length and wearing a cuirass. 

C. 32^ by 26% in., nat. size. The reverse bears the seal of the Court 
of Prussia. From the "Mauritshuis", 1876. 

26. Frederick the Great, King of Prussia (1713 — 1786). Side 
face, turned to the right. 

COP, 3% by 2% in., h. h. 1 in. From the collection of miniatures 
formerly in the Mauritshuis. 

27. Portrait of a Prince (?) about 1750, wearing a cuirass and 
the blue ribbon and badge of the order of the Holy Ghost. 

COP. OV. \\ by i 1 ^ in., h. h. ^ in. From the collection of miniatures 
formerly in the Mauritshuis. 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE FRENCH SCHOOL. 
a. XVI century. 

28. Gaston de Foix (1489 — 1512) seen side face. Copy painted 
in the 18 th century. 

O. 21 by 18 in., h. h. 9%, signed: " Gas to Foisseius". 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

29. The Emperor Charles V (1500— 1558), at the age of about 
25. Bust figure, the face turned slightly to the right. 

O. 6% by $\ in., h. h. 3 in. From a sale held at Amsterdam in 1825. 



ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE FRENCH SCHOOL. 



30. The Emperor Charles V, at the age of about fifty. Visible 
to the shoulders. 

O., circular form, diam. 7 in., h. h. 3^ in. Purchased, together with the 
following No., in 1884. 

31. Philip II, King of Spain (1527— 1598), as a youth. Visible 
to the shoulders. 

O., circular form, diam. 7 in., h. h. 3^ in. Acquired as above. 

32. Henry IV, King of France (1553— 1610). Seen to the knees, 
clad in armour, wearing a hat put on sideways with a slight 
inclination towards the right. 

^- 38% by 29% v rr • „ 

in.,nat.size. In JHLtfllTlC US- 4 -D G -Rtf* * FTRtlCOTU TU 

the background — , - _* . 

the arms of £jf NftlJ QXVtt tf/C f flt IS ' S UtP 4 

France and the ^) 

inscription. From the Mauritshuis / $ 9 ^ 

t 

6. XVII century (second half), 

33. A wooded landscape in the midst of a mountainous 
region. A few couples are diverting themselves near a fountain. 

C. 34^(4 by 42 in., h. h. 4^4. From the old Dispensary in the Laan, 
the Hague. Bequeathed by A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

36. St. John the Evangelist on the island of Patmos. An 

angel is descending from heaven, setting his foot on the dragon. 
C. 43 by 32^ in., h. f. seated 24^ in. 
Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL. 

A. RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS. 
a. XIV century (middle). 

37. Painting in commemoration of the four Lords of Mont- 
fort, slain in the battle against the Frisians (1345). Jan, 
Lord and viscount of Montfort, his great uncle Roelof de Rover, 
Lord of Heulestein, his uncle Willem de Rover of Montfoort 
and Hendrik de Rover, son of Heulestein, are kneeling in a row 
behind each other before the Holy Virgin seated on a throne. 
St. George is standing behind the last-named knight. 

O., on a body-color ground: 27 by 56 in., h. h. 3^, with the following 
inscription : 

int jaer ong fteeren bugent brie gonbert bijf en Deerttdj op gante 
togmag en bamtanug barf) boe fileben boot 09 bte briesen fiij graDe 
toMem Dan fjennegoutoen Dan fjollant Dan 3elant en fteer Dan Drieglant 
fjeer jan Dan montfoorbe jjeer roelof Dan montfoorbe jjeer toittem Dan 
montfoorbe met beel jjare magen Drtenben en onberljebbenben 

t fiibt Door per alien 3<elen 
bit i$ berHtfjt anno 1608 
and, higher up to the left: Door be berbe maal DerHrfjt 1770. 

From the castle of Heulestein, between Linschoten and Montfoort. Probably 
an altar piece from the church of St. John at Linschoten. Donation from 
the estate H. van der Lee, 1884. 



ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 



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38. Altar piece, consisting of a cupboard, with a black cross painted 
in the centre, and two doors. The figures of the Holy Virgin and 
St. John are on the left and righthand of the cross respectively. 
On the inside of the left door is seen the figure of Mary Magdalen 
and on the right, that of Mary, the wife of Cleopas. On the outside of 
both doors Mary Magdalen is repres3nted on her knees before Christ, 
whom she has mistaken for the gardener. Painting in body-colour. 

Central panel: O. 82 by 76 in., h. h. 53. Doors: 82 by 35, h. f. 53. 
From the St. Walburgis' church, at Zutphen. Lent by the Vestry Board in 1892. 

6. XV century {first half). . 

39. The life of Christ in eighteen divisions, from the Annun- 
ciation to the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles. At the 
bottom, in the centre, is seen the figure of the donor, kneeling 
by the side of her scutcheon, with the armorial bearings 
of the Pallandts and the M^rodes. 

C. on O. 40^ by 66 in. Each division 13 by 63/ 4 , h. f. 9I/2. 
Painting in body-colour. Purchased from the Vestry Board 
of " Notre-,Dame " at Roermond, 1889. 

c. XV century (second Iialf). 

40. Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the World. 

Peartree : 7 by 5 in., h. h. 2 in. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808. 

41. Mary, the Queen of Heaven. 

Peartree : 7 by 5 in., h. h. 2 in. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808. 

42. Painting in commemoration of Jacob Jan van Assen- 
delft and his wife Haesgen van Outshoorn (1478). In the 
centre, the Holy Virgin; on the left side of the Virgin, the 
gentleman and his six sons ; on the right, his wife with her three 
daughters, all kneeling. 

O. 24 by 36 in., h. f. 12^ in. Probably repainted in the XVII century. 
Underneath, the armorial bearings of the families of Assendelft and 
Outshoorn, with the following inscription: 




Int Jaer ons heren mccccLxxviii 
op sinte Arnulphus dach sterf meester 
Jacob Jan out lxxxii jaer en leyt 
begraven tot Alphen in die kerck, 
wiens ziele rust in vrede. 

In the year of grace mccccLxxviii 
on St. Arnolph's day died Lord Jacob 
Jan in the lxxxii year of his age 
and was buried in the church at 



Int jaer ons heren mccccLxxi op 
sinte Agapitus dach sterf haesgen 
meester Jacobs wijf en leyt begra- 
ven tot Alphen in de kerck, wiens 
ziele ruste in vrede. 

In the year of grace mccccLxxi on 
St. Agapetus' day died haesgen wife 
of Lord Jacob and was buried in 
the church at Alphen. May her 
soul rest in peace. 



Alphen. May his. soul rest in peace. 

Formerly in the church of Alphen. Presented by Mr. T. de Wildt to the 
Society of Archeologists. Lent to the Museum since 1885. 

43. The Madonna and the Infant Christ surrounded by 
St. Barbara, St. Cecilia, St. Catharine and St. Ursula. 

The group is represented in the cortile of a building; beyond 

this are seen a few other figures. 

O. 48% by 40 in., h. h. 4J4 in. From the van Heteren collection, 1809. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Religious Subjects). ? 

44. Triptych. Central piece : The Virgin Mary and St. John at 
the foot of the cross. In the background a town with the cathedral 
of Utrecht and mountainous scenery. On the right hand panel: 
St. Christopher and the Infant Christ* On the left: The mass 
of St. Gregory, with the miraculous apparition of Christ. On the 
outside of the doors, when closed, is seen a picture of . the 
Annunciation, in grey. 

O. 28^4 by 19*4 in., h. f. 8 in., central panel 18^. 
From the sale J. H. Crtemer, Amsterdam 1887. 

44a. The last judgment, painted in three divisions of a vauched 
roof. In the centre, Christ is seated on the clouds; at his feet 
are the Holy Virgin and St. John, kneeling. In each division 
to the right and to the left, an angel is seen blowing a trumpet. 
Painting in body-colour. 

O., width of each division 99 in., height 160 in. Originally in the chancel 
of the church of Kerkwijk in Guelders. Presented by the churchwardens 
of Kerkwijk, 1904. 

ft. XVI century (first part). 

45. Panel of a Triptych. Face : the Circumcision. Reverse : The 
Resurrection. 

O. 52 by 32% in., h. f. 20 in. From the sale D. M. Alewijn, Amster- 
dam 1885. No. 46 is its companion. 

46. Panel of a Triptych. Face: Christ in the Temple. Reverse: 
Christ returning from Purgatory followed by the released souls. 
O. 52 by 32^ in., h. f. 20. Same source as No. 45. 

47. Small Triptych. Central panel : Christ on the cross between the 
two malefactors. In the foreground, the Virgin Mary in a swoon ; 
at the foot of the cross, the accusers, and behind it a group of 
soldiers; in the background, a view of Jerusalem in a hilly 
landscape. On the inside of the doors are the portraits of the 
donor and his wife with their patron saints. In the sky are the. 
arms, probably of a Flemish 
family allied to an Italian house 
(that of Guardaluchesi ?). On 
the doors, when closed, is seen 
a representation of the Way of 
Life : near a cross, a knight on 
horseback is guided along a path 
in the mountains by the Infant 
Christ which he is carrying in his arms, and at sight of whom 
numerous devils take flight. 

O., central panel: 14% by 10 in., h. f. 5 in., doors 12^ by 4 in. 
From the Spitzer's collection, Paris 1893. 

48. Two panels of a Triptych. 1. The founder armed from top 
to toe with his seven sons, kneeling, St. James standing behind 
them. 2. The foundress with her eight daughters, also kneeling, 
with Mary Magdalen behind them. A mountainous landscape 
forms the background of these two family pictures. On the reverse 




8 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

are the armorial bearings of the families van Soutelande and Gael. 

O. 40 by 14 in., h. f. kneeling, 16^ in. Formerly in the possession of 
the family Leyden Gael of Leyden. Acquired at the sale L. H. van der 
Hoop Tilanus, the Hague 1885. 

49. Christ taking leave of his mother. Mary is surrounded by 
some women and a few of the disciples. In the middle ground, 
Christ is seen descending from the mountain. In the background 
a hilly landscape with a castle. Painted in the style of Corn. 
Engelbrechtsz. 

O. 2 life by 17 in., h. f. 11^4 in. Wrongly signed with the monogram 
of Albrecht D'urer. Purchased in Paris with the pecuniary assistance of 
the "Rembrandt Society", 1897. 

50. Triptych. Central panel : The infant Christ standing between 
the Holy Virgin and St. Elizabeth. In front of the group a table 
covered with fruit and behind it, a landscape. On the inside of 
the left hand door are seen: Dirk van Beest, surnamed van 
Heemskerck (burgomaster of Delft, went to Jerusalem in i486, 
died in 1545) with his four sons Dirk, Frank (town clerk of 
Delft) Cornells and Dirk the younger and St. John the Baptist. 
Inside of right hand door: Geertruyd van Diemen (f 1532) wife 
of Dirk van Beest, with her daughter Margaretha, and Maty 
Magdalen. On the outside of the doors : St. Jerome kneeling before 
a cross in a landscape ; at the foot of the cross a couching lion. 

Size of the inside of the central panel: O. 24^ by 19^ in., h. h. 2^4 in. 
Size of the picture on the closed doors: 29 by 24^ in., h. h. 2^ in. 
Superscript: 



An° XHIJe 86 Dirk dirickz. van Beest 
surnamed van Heemskerck went to 
Jerusalem and to mount Sinai and 
died An CVXIV the XI*h of No- 
vember. An® XVe XXXII the XH'h 
of July died Geertruyt. 



An XHIJe 86 was Dirick dirickz. 
va • best, anders genaemt van heems- 
kerck te ihelm en op de berch Sinay 
en starf a° CVXIV . de • XIc Dach 
va • noveber. A° XVe XXXII de 
XII de dach van Julio starf Geertruyt. 

A replica of the central panel is in existence. Lent by J. P. R. de Neree 
van Babberich since 1899. 

51. Christ on the cross. At the foot of the cross the Virgin Mary, 
St. John and Mary Magdalen. In the distance a view of a town. 
O. 15 by 1 1 in., h. f. 8^4 in. From the sale O. A. Spitzen, priest at Zwolle, 1889. 

5B. Fold of a Triptych. The Circumcision. On the reverse a 
sibyl painted in grey. 

O. 19 by io^ in., h. f. front n 1 ^ in., reverse 16 in. 
Bought at Frederik Muller's & Co., in 1898. 

53. Fold of a Triptych. The Manna in the desert. On the 

reverse : a symbolic representation of the Christian Church. 

O* 39^4 hy 28 in., h. f., kneeling, 17*4 in. 

Originally in the Hospital at Goes. Purchased at the Hague, 1876. 

54. Fold of a Triptych. King Melchizedech bringing wine 
and bread to Abraham. On the reverse: a symbolic represen- 
tation of the Synagogue. 

^- 39^4 by 28 in., h. f., kneeling, 27 in. Same source as No. 53. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Religious Subjects). 



c. XVI century (middle). 

55. Altar piece dating from 1554, in a frame of a rich architectural 
design. In the centre : The stoning to death of St. Stephen and 
a symbolic image of the frailty of life. On the right hand side, 
Mary Magdalen in the garden of the Sepulchre; on the left 
hand side: Mary the Egyptian in the desert. 

Central panel: O. 23 by 28^ in., side piece 23 by 15*4 in., h. f. 8^ in. 
On the frieze the following inscription : " hvivs altar is dedicatio altera pasche 
celebrator". On the base, between the coat of arms of van Schadewyck 
or van Schayck and van Zas or van Sasse: "Altare praesens anno 1532 
consecratvm in lavdem Dei omnipotentis et ejvs genitricis Marie Virginis 
ac sanctorvm Stephani, Marie Magdalene, Marie egiptiace, omnivmqve 
sanctorvm svo Arnestvs Scaijck a Canonicvs hoc decoravit epitaphio anno 
1554". — We learn from the inscription that this altar piece was erected 
in 1554 by Ernst van Schayck, vicar and afterwards Canon of the 
St. Peter's Church at Utrecht. He was born after 1 500 and died 3 Jan. 
1564. Although he had sprung from a family of artists — his father was 
a carver of images and there were several painters of the same name — 
we cannot positively assume this altar piece to have been the work of his 
hands. From the St. Peter's Church, at Utrecht. Presented to the Museum 
through the kind offices of the keeper of records of the Province of 
Utrecht, in 1874. 

55a. Altar piece. In the centre a basso-relievo in marble represent- 
ing Christ on the cross, and the two malefactors, in a wooden 
frame of rich workmanship, painted blue and gold. On the inside 
of the left hand doors: Adriaen van Blyenburgh (see No. 162c) 
kneeling in front of a table covered with a green cloth; behind 
him are his sons Adriaen (see 162c), Cornelis (1534 — 1596), 
inspector of the Mint of Holland, governor of Worcum and 
Loevesteyn and 3 children who died in infancy. On the right 
hand door: Clara Boogaert (see i62d), kneeling in front of a 
table covered with a green cloth, and her daughters Catharina 

(1530 — 1594) and Cornelia (1537 — ). 

O. 38 by 24^1, by 6\ in. Above the groups the inscription: Devs • 

Propitivs • Esto, in Latin and in Dutch. 

Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. 

d. XVI century (second half). 

56. The rising of the dead. Christ, the judge of the world, is 
seated on the clouds, surrounded by a host of angels. On the 
ground are the risen dead. On the foreground in the centre of 
this crowded picture, is seen a funeral. 

O. 90^ by 75 in., h. f. 27^ in. 

Formerly in the Sheriff room of the Town-Hall of Tholen. 

57. The Baptism of Christ in the Jordan (date about 1560). In 

the middle ground St. John the Evangelist on the island of Patmos. 

O. 59 hy 45*4 in., h. f. 3914 in. 

Purchased from the Hekking-collection, Brakke Grond, 1897. 

58. Two folds of a Triptych (date about 1560). On the outside 
of one door: the Lamb of God in the arms of St. John before 
whom, on the other door, six noblemen are kneeling. Above 



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ANNO J£8? 



their heads are suspended from the branches of a tree, the 
armorial bearings of Jan Baptista van Tassis or Taxis, . . . van 
Ensse, Tiele van Camming ha, Schelte van Liauckama, Jacques 
van Claerhout and Charles (?J Boisot. On the reverse of one fold : 
The Circumcision and on the other: The Adoration of the Shepherds. 
O. 93 by 41 in., life size. Supposed to have 
formerly belonged to the church of Huissen 
(Guelders). Bought in 1893. 

59. Two folds of a Triptych with 
painted portraits of a man of rank 
and his wife, both kneeling. 

O. 34 by 10 in., h. f. \\ in. On the reverse 
of each fold a similar coat of arms: 
Purchased with the pecuniary assistance of the* 
"Rembrandt" Society, in 1894. 

B. VARIOUS. 

a. XVI century (first part). 

60. The taking of the town of Rhenen by John II of Cleves, 
in 1499. Bird's eye view from the remparts; the interior of the 
church is visible. 

O. 72 by 56 in., h. f. 13 in. Presented by the town of Rhenen, in 1898. 

61. Adonis, as a shepherd. He is standing with two dogs in the midst 
of a landscape. 

(X 59 by 44 in., nat. size, seen to the knees. This work was formerly 
attributed to Jan van Scorel. From the National Museum of the Hague, 1808. 

b. XVI century (second half). 

62. The Castle of Egmont, as it was in olden times. In the 
distance are seen Egmont on Sea and Alkmaar. The foreground 
is animated with numerous figures. In the sky, the armorial 
bearings of Egmont with the collar of the Golden Fleece, held 
by two angels. 

0» 5°*k by 116 in., h. f. 10 in. Lent by Jhr. W. Six, of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

63. A Jester, in a party-coloured dress. (Probably a copy). 

O. 15 by 101/4 in., h. f. 6 in. Lent by Mr. Gamier Heldewier, of Paris. 

64. Ox wearing a wreath of foliage round its neck, 1564. 

On the frame the following inscription: 



Dees os is gewonnen scutterlic 
van Jacop Reyerssoon Boon 
doe ten twiedemael die Papegay 
was gezet vast svver schoon. 



This ox has been gained by the 
sharpshooter Jacop Reyerssoon 
Boon, after the parrot had for 
the second time been safely 
fastened in place. 

O. 4iJ/| by 49^ in. Almost life size with inscription and the date 1564. 
In old records this picture was attributed to Jacob Cornelisz van Oost- 
zanen, who, at that time, would have been at least 94 years old! It 
adorned the walls of the "Groot Kramersgild" of the old town-hall. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



54' Dutch school. About 1520. 336. Spanish school. XVII. century. 



47. Dutch school. About 152c 



341. Flemish school. About 1490. 60. Dutch school. About 1500. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Various). n 



66. Peasant woman from Benningbroek (North Holland), holding 
a goose in her hand. 
With the inscription: SSenftlBfitOtCfier fctfltt. (See No. 76). 

66. A young girl from Edam, with a pink in her hand. 

Inscription: €bamer Jffilaeggt* (See No. 76). 

67. Young peasant woman from Heilo, with a basket on her 
arm and carrying a tub. 

With the inscription: l^EUOD. (See No. 76). 

68. Peasant woman from Hensbroek, near Alkmaar, with a 
basket on her arm. 

Inscription: Qenf&tOtCfiet ErOU. (See No. 76). 

69. Peasant woman from Hoogwoud, near Hoorn, carrying two 
large cheeses. 

H. f. 4 in., inscription: $oerf)toOUbet tetOU. (See No. 76). 

70. A young girl from Hoorn (?) holding a goose on the spit. 

Inscription: l&0(ettO. (See No. 76). 

71. Young girl from Monnikendam, holding a nosegay in her hand. 

Inscription: Mutlfltbamtt Mat#f)L (See No. 76). 

72. Peasant woman from Oudendyk (North Holland), carrying 
a large cheese. 

Inscription: ^Ubtbritftet EtOtU (See No. 76). 

73. Young peasant woman from Oudendyk (North Holland), 
carrying a fowl. 

Inscription: <&tlbentUlCfiet Mat$f}t. (See No. 76). 

74. Peasant woman of Westerblokker, near Hoorn, carrying an 
empty cask. 

Inscription: ffltfittfliat&ltt $tOU. (See No. 76). 

75. Peasant woman from the Wormer, a basket with biscuits 
on her arm. 

Inscription: D^Otmet l&tOIl* (See No. 76). 

76. Wife of a fisherman from Brouwershaven, making a net. 

Inscription: 23tOUEtg $aeuen. 

The Nbs. 65 to 76 form a series of National female costumes, painted 
on oak 17J4 by 12^ in., h. f. 4 in. — These pictures are in the style 
of Pieter Aertsz and date from about 1560. Purchased at Amsterdam, 1889. 

76a. A satirical skit. In a bakehouse are seen, seated in armchairs, 
several people belonging to different stations in life, whose heads 
are being cut off and replaced by a cabbage. The severed heads 
are being thrown in the oven. 

O. 12 by 1514 in., h. f. 514 in. Bought in 1883. 

77. Enormous block of ice carried by the current in a quarter 
of an hour to the mole of Delfshaven, on Jan. 2 d 1565. 

C). 31 by 53^4 in. The narrative of the occurrence is inscribed on the 
picture: »Ao. 1565 de 2 January, namiddag met die vloet. In een groot 
quertier aers is een ys-gebercht ghecomen. Op 't hoeft tot Delfs-haven, 
hoegh wesende 23 roevoet ende lanck 19 roeden.« Formerly in the 
"Weeskamer", at Delft. Lent by the Archeological Society, since 1889. 

78. Castle of Vredenburch, at Utrecht. Bird's eye view. 

O. 1 514 by 19^ in. Purchased at the auction rooms, Fred. Muller & Co., 1898. 



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c. XVI century (end).' 

79. A man, eating from a tun, jeers at another who wishes 
to share his meal. Painted on a plate. 

O., diam. 8 in., h. f. ^ in., with inscription round the border: 

»Ghy en suit uwen voet niet onder "Thou wilt never be able to get thy 
de tafel krijgen. Ick ete op een foot under the table. I am eating at 
tonne ten baet geen nyghen.« a tun and even by stooping low, 

thou couldst not succeed." 

(To get one's foot under the table is a Dutch expression which means : to 
make oneself at home ; here, it may therefore be taken in the sense of : 
Don't make up to me, you will only waste your trouble. Acquired in 1881. 

80. A quack having just drawn a tooth from a woman. 

Painted on a plate. 

O., diam. 6*4 in., h. f. ifa hi., with inscription round the border: 

»Is dat tant lut al lachende tis de "Is it worth while to cry so much 
plage. Ick en schreyde noit soo leer for this small tooth ? said he, laugh- 
van alle mijn daghe broet.« ing. I never have shed so many 
Acquired in 1897. ' tears for all the troubles of my life." 

81. Fisherman with a woman by his side. Painted on a plate. 

O., diam. 6^ in., h. f. \ in., inscription on the border: 



" Leave me in peace ; I care nothing 
for your fishes" (I don't want you.) 



»Waey visser in u vissche en heb 
ick gee vreught enz.« 
Acquired in 1897. 

82. The office of a tax collector. (About 1600). Some women 
are paying their taxes. 

O. 16^ by 20^ in., h. f. 10 in. Underneath the panel is written : hier . 
ontfangeme • t' Schoorstien • gelt. Old Dutch language, meaning: Here 
one receives the tax on chimneys. 
Bought in the auction-rooms "the Brakke Grond", Amsterdam 1897. 

d. XVII century (first half). 

83. Bird's view of the island of Amboina, 1617. In a modillion 

a portrait, probably that of the governor, with his coat of arms 

very indistinct, Aet Suae 46 and the year 1617. The portrait may 

be that of Adriaen Block Martensz., or that of Steven van der 

Haghen, who succeeded the former as governor, in 1617. 
C. 59 by 104^ in. From the Colonial Storehouses (?). 

84. View of the town of Raiebagh, in the empire of Visiapour, 

near Daboul and Goa, in the west of Hindostan. 
Across the picture: RAIE BAAGH. (wSee No. 90). 

85. View of the town of Cananor, on the coast of Malabar. 

Across the picture: CANANOR. (See No. 90). 

86. View of Couchin, capital of Malabar. 

Across the picture: COUCHYN. (See No. 90). 

87. View of Judea, the old capital of Siam. 

Across the picture: JUDEA. (See No. 90). 

88. The establishment of a Dutch colony at Goenong Lawak, 
near Matapoura (Borneo). 

H. f. 3I/4 in. Across the picture : DE LOGIE OP LAWEC. (See No. 90). 



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89. View of Banda Neira, an island in the Banda Archipelago. 

Across the picture: NEYRA. (See No. 90). 

90. View of Canton, in China. In the foreground, two Dutch 
vessels. 

Across the picture: CANTON. The Nos. 84 to 90 (C, 3814 by 55 in.) 
have been sent partly in 1 83 1 and partly in 1857 from the Colonial Store- 
houses to the Colonial Office and from thence to the Dutch Museum. 

91. View of Constantinople and the Seraglio, as seen from 
the Dutch Ambassador's house. On an imitation sheet of paper 
the principal buildings and various embassies are marked in figures. 

C. 29 by 84^ in. From the Direction of the Trade with the Levant. 

92. An evening party in a stately apartment. (About 1600). 

O. 26 by 34^4 in., h. f. 7^ in. In the Dutch Museum. 
Purchased at an auction in Amsterdam, 1895. 

93. A carouse. A fantastic group seen by candle light. 

O. 16 by 22*4 in., h. f. 5^ in. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

94. Still life. On a table various kinds of fruit, arranged in costly dishes. 

O. 2 5*k by 45^ in. Dutch Museum. 

95. A view of Venice (?) taken from the harbour. Many nobles 
in gondolas and on the quay. 

O. 20 by 67^ in., h. f. 414 ; probably the top of a spinet. 
Bequeathed by Mr. J. L. de Bruyn Kops, 1888. 

96. A giant radish. On an imitation sheet of paper an inscription 
and the date 1626. 

O. 21 by 34^ in. An anonymous donation, 1902. 

97. The belled cat. A satire on the religious dissensions in Holland 
(about 16 1 8 — 16 19) and the execution of Oldenbarneveldt. This 
painting is in the style of Esaias van de Velde. 

O. 25^ by 40% in., h. f. loin. Purchased at Mrs. Bicker's sale, 1809. 

98. Count William the Good sitting in judgment on the 
bailiff of South Holland, 1336. Copy. 

C 53% by 78 in., h. f. 44^ in. Wrongly signed on the table: F.Franke, 
Ao 161 J. The original, by an unknown artist, is in the town-hall of Naarden. 
Presented by the family A. D. de Vries to the Royal Archeological Society, 
1884. Lent to the Museum since 1885. 

99. The Quack, in a street, on horseback before a large screen, 
extolling his wares. Around him are a crowd of simpletons. 

O. 27J4 by 36 in., h. f. 3 in. Purchased in 1887. 

100. Fortune. Represented as a naked woman, standing on a ball 
placed on a pedestal, in a landscape. She is surrounded by 
numerous figures struggling to reach her, two of which have 
already succeeded in raising themselves on the pedestal. 

O. 29 by 4114 in., h. f. 11^4 in. Bequest D. Franken Dzn., 1898. 

101. The castle of Teylingen. 

C. 38% by 84*4 in. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808. 

102. The Abbey of Leeuwenhorst in Rynland, 1641. 

C. 28% by 41^4 in., h. f. \ in. 

On the large door the date: I 4 / 

Presented by Mr. van der Meer Jansen, of Alem. 



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163. The inundated country round Gorinchem. 

O. 45 by 73 in., h. f. 5^ in. Lent by the 'town of Gorinchem. 

104. The trick-track players, seated in a large kitchen. 

O. 22^ by 36^ in., h. f. 1*4 in. Wrongly signed: 7. Keyser. 
Bought at the auction rooms de Roos & Co., 1900. 

105. A nosegay, suspended from a nail by the stems. 

C. 26^4 by 34^ in., actual size. Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

106. Maximilian, King of the Romans, authorizing the town 
of Amsterdam to add to its shield the imperial crown, 

Febr. 11, 1489, 

C. 36 by. 47^4 in. Lent by the Archeological Society, since 1889. 

107. The young patriots. A party of boys jeering at a company 
of Spanish soldiers. (The left part of the picture has been repainted). 

C. 57 by 64 in., h. f. 38^ in. Wrongly signed on a stone in the fore- 
ground: F. H. /., School of Harlem or Utrecht. The picture was originally 
intended for a gibe at the clergy; but by repainting the left part and 
suppressing the figure of a cardinal, the whole subject has been changed. 
Purchased in Paris, 1894. 

e. XV II century (second half). 

108. Landing on a staircase in a tower. A man is seen descending 
the stone steps of a winding staircase, carrying some books. 

O. 19^ by 15^4 in., h. f. 2% in. Supposed to have been the staircase 
leading to the Stadtholders apartments, at the Hague. The picture has 
been attributed in succession to J. Vermeer, A. de Gelder, Em. de Witte 
and E. van der Poel. At the sale Aert Schouman in 1792, it was sold as an 
E. van der Poel. In the National Museum, 1808, catalogued as a J. Vermeer. 

109. A couple practising music. A domestic scene. 

C 33 by 26 in., h. f. 24 in. Wrongly signed: P. D. Hoog. In the first 
place it was attributed to Pieter de Hoog, afterwards indiscriminately assigned 
to Boursse, Koedijck and C. de Man. From the collection Van der Hoop. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

110. Study of a female head. The head is covered with a red scarf. 

C. 12^ by \\\ in., h. f. 4% in. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

111. An Easterling. Seen to the waist. 

O. 43 by 30% in., nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale P. Ver Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam, 1885. 

112. A merry party. Three men are dancing at an inn. 

C. 1414 by 20\ in., h. f. 7^ in. 

Collection Van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

113. St. Nicholas' Eve. The scene is in a Dutch middle class household. 

C. 23 by 29^ in., h. f, 8^4 in. Wrongly signed : Rembr, f. 1636* 
Purchased at the sale B. Ocke, Leyden 181 7. Rombouts collection, 1850. 
Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

114. A Man-of-War built at a Dutch Wharf by order of 
Louis XIII, in 1626. The vessel is being conveyed by a Dutch 
ship, to a port of Holland. This French vessel was unlawfully 
seized off Texel by some English ships and unsuccessfully 
reclaimed by the Dutch Government. 

O. 21% by 38% in. Partly engraved by H. Hondius. 

Purchased at the auction rooms Roos & Co., Amsterdam, Sept. 1881. 



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115. Soldiers fighting near a bridge. 

C. 23 by 32^ in., h. f. 7^ in. National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

116. View of the sea from the sands of Scheveningue, about 1650. 

O. 14% by 29 in. Collection Jhr. J. E. van Heemskerck van Beest, 1877. 

116a. A cavalry encampment. The troops are moving towards it. 
In the style of Pieter Wouwerman. s~\. 

O. 13^4 by 19 in., h. f. on horseback, 3^ in. \ / \ 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. J ) 

117. See No. 2519a. juRuyVr 

118. Dutch vessels lying at anchor, J 
near a shore. Some sailors are 

carrying wood on board. A ^ 

O. 29 by 42% in. Signed on a flag: eJ m {Pl1Q J Q G W 

From the same source as No. 116. *" - V GJjf 

f. XVIII century. 

119. View of the Dutch-English fleet in the bay of Vigo, 
Oct. 24 th 1702. 

O. 23I/4 by 32^ in. From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. 
Purchased from the Rembrandt Society, in 1901. 

120. Flower piece. 

C 34^ by 27^ in., actual size. Wrongly signed: K. Ruys fee. /6jg. 
Bought in 1839. From the collection Van der Hoop. Lent by the town 
of Amsterdam since 1885. 

121. Still life. A bottle of wine, half full, some oranges and a small 
loaf on a folded napkin. 

C. 16^ by 23*4 in., real size. Presented by the Dowager, baroness 
R. van Lynden, born baroness van Pallandt, 1 900. 

g. XIX century. 

122. The burial of a R. C. priest in the West-Indies, towards 1820. 

C. 21 by 27^ in., h. f. 2^ in. 

Purchased in 1895. Dutch Museum (Naval Section). 

123. A Mill, on the high bank of a winding stream. 

C. 47^ by 36 in. Indistinctly signed: Saut? 
Baron Reynhard van Lynden Bequest, 1899. 

124. Sheep on a heath, at sunset (1887). 

C. 24^ by 36 in. Very indistinctly signed : // Grau ....(?) 8j. 
Presented by the Dowager, baroness R. van Lynden, born baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

C. PICTURES OF CORPORATIONS, 
u. XVII century (early part). 

125. The company of captain Albert Joncheyn, 2 1 figures seen to 
the knees, all wearing sumptuous cuirasses and holding their lances. 

C 73^4 in. by 4 yds., nat. size. This painting has been attributed first to 
P. Mpreelse and afterwards to Corn, van der Voort. It was formerly in the 
Doelen of the Arquebusiers of Amsterdam. Lent by that town, since 1885. 

126. Five governors and the doorkeeper of the "Rasphuis" 

(house of detention). Figures painted to the knees. 

C. 6oi/ 4 by 97 l/g in., nat. size. Formerly in the Rasphuis at Amsterdam, 

Lent since 1885. 



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b. XVII century (second half). 

126a. Court Martial of the eleven companies of the civic guard, 
at Dordrecht, about 1675. To the left are the captains, standing; 
to the right are the mayors, seated. 

C. 1 15^ in. by 6 ^ yds., nat. size. A model or sketch of this picture is 
in the possession of Mr. Weber, consul at Hamburg. This model is 
attributed to B. van der Heist. Purchased in Paris, 1877. 

127. Three leading members of the Surgeon's Guild, 1680 or 
1689. Their names are: J. Willink, P. Oostdorp and G. Corver. 

C. 27*1 by 43*^ in., nat. size. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, 1885. 

c. XVIII century. 

128. Three leading members of the Surgeon's Guild, 1706. 

Their names are: Nicolaas Heems, Hendrik Smekens and 
Nicolaas Kies. 

C. 27^ by 44%. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

129. Three governors of the Hospital for lepers. Whole length, 
life size figures. 

C. 68^ by 62*14 in., nat. size. P'ormerly in the hospital for lepers, at 
Amsterdam. Lent since 1885. 

D. PORTRAITS, 
a. XV century. 

130. Jacqueline of Bavaria (1 401 — 1436). Half length figure, the 
face slightly turned to the right. 

O. 2 5 14 by 19^ in. In the background 



IBM 3MW 




her escutcheon and the inscription : 

According to tradition, it belonged 

formerly to the castle of Nieuw-Teylingen, where it was still seen in the 

middle of the XVIII century. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

131. Frank van Borselen ( — 1470). Half length figure, the face 
turned slightly towards the left. 

O. 2514 by 19^4 in. In the background his escutcheon and the inscription : 

tor iiimk na 19*1 

Same source as No. 130. 

132. Hendrick van Naeldwijck. Half length figure, represented in 
a niche of Gothic design, with his coat of arms and the inscription : 

ftentiC ban J&aelbtojjt, ©eet WiU | " Hendrick van Naeldwyck, son of 

Iem#300n, 5$jn toijff toflg l^aese ' Lord William; his wife was Haeze 

Ufltl .gtalCtoijt. van Scalcwijc." 
See No. 137. 

133. Willem van Naeldwijck. Same composition as No. 132. 
Inscription : 

Wilitm ban J&aettltojjC ©etltiC^ | "Willem van Naeldwyck, son of 

30011, 5t|n toflff toag *§0pf)ie ban ( Hendrick ; his wife was Sophie van 

CeflHngen. ; Teylingen." 
See No. 137. 



37- Dutch school. XIV. century. 



13a. Dutch school. XV. century. 134. Dutch school. XV. century. 



125. Dutch school. Ahou 




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142. A woman's portrait. Seen to the shoulders, date about 1520. The 
same background as in the preceding picture. Companion to No. 141. 
O. 11 by 9 in., h. h. 5^ in. Same source. 

143. Rudolph van Buynou or Bunau. Half length figure, turned 
towards the right. Dating from about 1530. He was in 151 5 
Drossard of Stavoren and Grietman (Chief Magistrate in a rural 
district of Friesland) of Gaasterland and died in 1548. 

O. 35^ by 2 7 14 in., nat. size. In the background his coat of arms and 
that of his mother, with the following inscription of a later date : "Rudolph van 
Buynou". From the castle "Martena State". Purchased at Amsterdam in 1902. 

144. Cunera van Martena, wife of the preceding. Half length 
figure turned to the left. 

O. 35^ hy 27*4 in., nat. size. In the background her coat of arms and 
that of her mother, Both van Hottinga, with the following inscription of a 
later date: "Cunera van Martena". Another inscription, which is only 
partly legible, reads: AE7A7IS SVAE 40 Anno IJJS or ISSS- Same 
source as No. 143. ^*> «» v 

145. Portrait of a man (1535), seated O f ° 11 U E 
at a table preparing for writing. 

*£ xX^-XT^t as BifeoMrf - & 

is covered with a cap, is slightly - . 

turned towards the right. "V IT? fill if 

O., semi-circular, at the top, 30J4 by ][ ♦ UOUIl 

22 in,, nat. size, bearing the inscription : ^ 

££JT u mmo oft 1 $ ,* raru 8 * 

Purchased at the Hague in 1881. 

146. Reng of Chalons, prince of Orange, (about 15 19 — 1544). 
Full side face. 

Peartree, circular form, diam. 6 in., h. h. 3^ in. On its original walnut 
frame, the inscription : _REN£ DE CHALON PRINCE DORENGES, 

COMTE DE NASSOV EC A1GE DE XXIII ANS 1542. 
From the Dutch Museum. 

147. Worp Ropta (1504 — 1551). Grietman (Chief Magistrate in a 
rural district of Friesland) of Dongeradeel in 1542. Deputy to the 
Provincial Council in 1550. Full length portrait, on a blue ground. 

®' 77 by 39% i n «j nat - size, bearing the following inscription: 
WORP ROPTA VAN WEGEN ROMISCHER KEISERLICHER 
MAIESTAET, GRIETMAN OVER DONGARDEELzr*. SVE ETATES 
38 IPSA DIE QVA FACTVM Ao 1542 DEN 20sten OCTOBRIS. 
From the castle "Martena-State". Bought in 1902. 

148. Mary of Austria, about 1550 (1503 — 1558). Governess of the 
Netherlands; sister of the Emperor Charles V. Seen to the 
shoulders, the head is covered with a white coif and slightly 
turned towards the right. 

Walnut, circular form, diam. 3% by 1^ in. On the back of the picture, 

the inscription -. «ti&atfc par la grace tie bitu topne tie gongrie bcfjol . ♦ .n 

Soeur de lempereur Charles j qui fut Gouvernante des Pays-Bas. 
Purchased at Utrecht. 



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149. David Jorisz, (1501 — 1556). Painter and theologian of ill fame. 
Bust length. (Copy). 

O. ^4^ by 11 in., h. h. 5. The 
original picture is in the Museum 
of Basle. It is attributed to Jan 
van Scorel. The original painting 



was confiscated by the Council Jw 
of Basle, in 1559, with all the V 



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belongings of David Jorisz. 
Purchased at the sale Borger 
Joosten, Amsterdam 1882. 

150. Ruben Parduyn. Knight of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem 
(married in 1520). Half length, the hands resting on a table. 

O., semi-circular, 29^ by 23^ in., h. h. 6 in. Copy dating of the 
XVII century. Bequest Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

151. Andrew, bastard of Wassenaer (?) (1517 — 1597). Half 
length; the hands are visible, the head slightly turned towards 
the left. 

O. 25^ by 19J4 in., h. h. 6*fe in. On the background: ANo 1554 
ETATIS 40. The back of the picture bears an old wax impression of the seal 
of the Wassenaers. The inscription on a loose panel seems to be of a 
later date. It reads thus: "Sire de Wassenaer sans reproche et sans peur 
Bastant quoyque bastart Andre* ne doibt d'honneur miette au sien pere ains 
tout a propre cueur." Formerly belonging to Prof. J. A. Alberdingk Thijm. 

c. XVI century (second half). 

152. Family group of Pierre de Moucheron (1508— 1568) and 
Isabeau de Gerbier (1518— 1568) with their twenty children, 

around a dinner table. One of the little girls is playing the 

harpsichord. Half length figures. 

O. 44^ by 2 yds, h. h. 6^ in. 

Over the head of —«-.»»•■• ^. 

each chUd is in- ETATIS 'EVE* 55* 1 5 6 J 

scribed its age, and 

^X ° w U h s: E TAT I S • SVE •* 5 

Purchased at Harlem in 1890. 

153. Kenau Simonsdr. Hasselaer (1526 — 1589), equipped for 
combat. Painted to the knees; through the window is seen the 
church of St. Bavon, at Harlem. 

O., semi-circular, including the frame: 17^ by 13^ in., h. h. 2% in. 
Bearing this inscription: 

K. H. 
Siet hier een vrou, genamt Kenou 
Vroom als een man, die talder tyt 
Vromelyck bestryt, den Spaensen 

tiran. 

Aetatis 47. 1573. 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808. 

154. Cornells van Cieters(i503--i59o). Bust length, nearly full face. 
Copy by Ph. van Dijk from an original painting dating about 1560. 
C. 15 by 1214 in., h. h. 4% in. Bequest Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 



K. H. 
This is a woman called Kenou; 
She has* with a man's bravery, at 

every occasion, 
Vaillantly fought against the Span- 
iards. 



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155. Guilliam Courten (1540— ), husband of Margareta Cas- 
siers. See No. 206. Half length figure, the face turned towards 
the right ; holding ^ jg ^A ^ X < ^ 
his gloves in one ^ jTO JL^TiL J* J) ^ 
hand. 
O. 18 by 1 z\ in., /TV? 

h. h. 6^4 in., with the . \l . 

inscription: <§> j[ ^k ^ Z jfy. ^^ 

and monogram : lr / / ^ Y 

On the back his coat of arms and the following reading: 




a 



"On the 2 d of March at Menin 1567, 
the Duke of Alva thought of taking 
the life of Guilliam Courten. But, 
on March 29th 1567, God gave him 
victory through his wife Marghue- 
riete Cassiers". 



»Den 2 Marcij in meenen 1567 dacht 
ducdalue Ghuillaume Courten te 
berouen syn leven. Maer godt heeft 
den 29 Marcy 1567 door syn huys- 
vroue Marghueriete Cassier : Victorie 
ghegheven«. 

In commemoration of his escape from prison four drinking cups were made, 
one of which is in the Dutch Museum (see No. 76 of the catalogue of 
gold and silver work, 1902), another is in the possession of Chevalier de 
Stuers, in Paris. Bequest of Jhr. de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

155a. Anthonis Cornelisz. Duvelaer. Sheriff of Middelburg; 

seen to the knees, wearing a fur cloak, the face turned towards 

the right; he holds his gloves in one hand. 

O* 37*4 by 29^ in., nat. size. In the background on the left, the coat 
of arms of the family Duvelaer; on the right, the inscription: Ao. DOMINI 
1570, yETATIS SVJE 50. Lent by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, 1904. 

156. Aernout van Ceters (1561 — 1634). Copy by Ph. van Dyk, 
from a painting dating about 1600. Half length, slightly leaning 
towards the right. 

C. 14^ by 12^ in., h. h. 4% in. Same source as No. 155. 

157. Pieter Bicker (1497 — 1567). Sheriff of Amsterdam. Half 
length figure, slightly turned to the right. Copy dating from 
the XVII century. 

C. 29^ by 24 in., nat. size. In the background his arms and the 
inscription: "Mr. Pieter Bycker aetatis LAY//, 1360." See No. 162. 

158. Anna Codde (1504—). Wife of the preceding. Copy dating 
from the XVII century. Half length figure, the right hand 
resting on a skull. 

C. 2914 by 24 in., nat. size. In the background her coat of arms and the 
inscription: Out LV/ iaer An. 1360. See No. 162. 

159. Pieter Pietersz. Bicker (1522— 1614). Son of Pieter Bicker 
(see No. 157). Half length figure, turned to the right. 

C. 29^ by 24 in., nat. size. In the background his armorial bearings and 
the inscription: "Pieter Bycker Aetatis suae 41, 1373." See No. 162. 

160. Gerrit Bicker (1554 — 1604). Burgomaster of Amsterdam. Was 
the first promoter of the E. I. Co. Copy dating from the XVII 
century. Bust length, three quarter face turned towards the right. 

C. 29 1 4 by 24 in., nat. size. In the background his arms and the 
inscription: 1583, Acta 29. See No. 162. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Portraits). 21 

161. Alyda Boelens (1557 — 1630), wife of the preceding. Bust length, 
three quarter face turned towards the left. 

COP. 29^ by 24 in., nat. size. On the background her coat of arms and 
the inscription: is$3 Aeta 23. See No. 162. 

162. Jacob Bicker Pietersz. (—1587), facing the left. 

C, diam. 1^ in., h. h. I in. Nos. 157 — 162 form part of the Bicker 
bequest, the property of the town of Amsterdam. Lent since 1881. 

162a. Heyman van Blyenburgh (1509— 1579), comptroller of the 
Mint of Holland, burgomaster of Dordrecht. Half length figure, 
wearing a fiat cap and a fur cloak. 

O. 26^4 by 23 in., nat. size. On the background: AETATIS 47 and his 
coat of arms-, Same source as No. i62g. 

162b. Cornelia van Droogendyck ( — 1560), wife of the preceding. 
Half length figure, slightly facing the left. On the left hand side 
in background her coat of arms, covering an ancient inscription. 
O. 26^4 by 23 in., nat. size. In the right hand corner, at the top : AETATIS 36. 
Same source as No. i62g. 

162c. Adriaen van Blyenburgh (1510— 1573), comptroller of the 
Mint of Holland, bailiff of Dordrecht, wearing a flat cap and a 
fur cloak. Bust length, the head slightly turned towards the right. 
O. 26^4 by 23 in., nat. size. To the left in the background : Anno 1566 NIY. 56 
and to the right his coat of arms. Same source as No. l62g. 

162d. Clara Boogaerd (—1560), wife of the preceding. Bust length, 
full face, the hands joined. 

O. 27 by 23 in., nat. size. In the background her coat of arms. 
Same source as No. i62g. 

162e. Adriaen van Blyenburgh (1532 — 1582), comptroller of the 
Mint of Holland, councillor to William the Silent, etc. Half 
length figure, wearing a flat cap and a fur cloak. 

O. 26^4 by 23 in., nat. size. In the background his coat of arms. 
Same source as No. i62g. 

162f. Catharina Cool (1537 — 1620), wife of the preceding. Half 
length figure, facing the left. 

O. 26^4 by 23 in., nat. size. In the background, her coat of arms. 
Same source as No. i62g. 

162g. Maria Carr6 ( — 16 13), wife of Jacob van Blyenburgh, compt- 
roller of the Mint of Holland. Half length figure, facing the left, 
wearing a large fluted ruff. 

O. 27 by 23V4 in., nat. size. In the backgroand her coat of arms. 
Nos. 162a — i62g have been lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury in 1904. 

163. Portrait of a man of rank (about 1580). Bust length. 

COP. ov. i»4 by 1^8 in., h. h. 1 in. In a silver frame. 

From the collection of miniatures formerly in the " Mauritshuis". 

164. Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 — 1587). Bust length. 

COP. ov. 1^4 by 1^4 in., h. h. 1 in. In a silver frame with two handles. 
Same source as No. 163. 

165. Petrus Canisius (1521 — 1597). Ecclesiastic and celebrated 
writer of Nimeguen. Half length figure. 

COP. ov. 5^ by 4 in., h. h. 2 in. The porcrait is in the shape of a bust 
on the socle of which is inscribed : Petrus Canisius. Same source as No. 163. 



22 ANON\MOUS WORKS OF THE 



It 




166. Pieter Dircksz. surnamed "Long Beard" (1528 — 1606). 
Director of the Orphenage 
at Edam. Full length figure, Jj& 
standing. 

C. 72 by 38% in., nat. size. 
In the background his coat of 
arms and the inscription: 
A copy of this picture made 
in 1635 is in the Museum of 
Edam. Formerly in the posses- 
sion of the family Boes. Purchased in 1879. Lent by the Royal Archeological 
Society since 1885. 

167. Portrait of a lady of rank. Full length standing figure, 
dressed in a scarlet costume of the end of the XVI century. 

O. 76 by 36^ in., nat. size. At the top on the right is inscribed: Aetatis 
Suae 28. Bought at the Hague in 188 1. 

168. Portrait of a prince or a superior officer (towards 1580). 
Seen to the shoulders. 

O. 16^ by 12^ in., nat. size. A replica of this portrait is in the Museum 
of Coblentz. From a sale held in Amsterdam, Febr. 1892. 

169. Bartholomeus van der Wiere (1534 — 1603). Town clerk of 
Amsterdam in 1578. Standing figure seen to the knees; three 
quarter face turned towards the right. The right hand holds a 
small book resting on a table. Groundwork of architectural design. 
O. 42 by 3 2\ in., nat. size. An t 

inscription on a piece of paper lying jCT^A" I ' IC* * Q[\/£ ^9 

on the table reads: Eersamenzeer I\^l\ * *^ 4 ^V/w J^ 

discreten .... ius lot Amsterdam w w\ Q 4-* 

Actum ijgS' 1° the background : J -J S J 
Purchased in Paris in 1902, with the following No. 

170. Lijsbeth Hendriksdr. (1538 till after 1603). Wife of the former. 
Standing, seen to the knees, almost full face, wearing a high white 
headdress and holding a small book in her right hand, whilst the left 
is resting on a arm- * 

chair. Groundwork of ft^^T^X f 'TO /"**' /4T* /ff 

■ t*T™\£T A-iAl lb b V/L55 

nat. size, with the 

inscription : 

Same source as No. 169. 

171. Steven van Dalen (died in 1586). Figure seen to the knees, 
facing the right. Copy dating from the XVII century. 

C. 45*4 by 33^ in., nat. size. In the background to the left, the device: 
"Fides una Salus". Bequest Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

172. A man's portrait (1597). Seen to the shoulders. 

O. 20% by 16V4 in., nat. size. Inscription: Aetatis j>o, isgj. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

173. A man's portrait. Full face, bust length. On the picture the 
coat of arms of the family van Rijswijk. 

O. ov. 10^ by 8 in., h. h. 4^ in. On the reverse of the picture is 



) 5 J 5 



■30. Dutch school. XV. century. 341. Flemish school. XV. century. 



169. Dutch school."i593. 170. Dutch school. 1593. 



240. Dutch school. 1657. 241. Dutch school. 1656. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Portraits). 17 

ar* 

134. Hendrick van Naeldwijck. Same composition as No. 132. 
Inscription : 

"Lord Henric van Naeldwijc, son 
of William; his wife was Katrijn 
van Heenvliet." See No. 137. 



$m Identic Dan J&aeltrtnflc, WiU 
lem&oon, 3{Jn tariff toa| Hatrfln 
toan $een&uet. 

135. Willem van Naeldwijck. Same composition as No. 132. 

Inscription : 



"Willem van Naeldwijc, son of 
lord Henric; his wife was Willeme 
van Egmond van de Watering." 



Wiiitm nan J&aetotoOc l&eer $en* 
rk&aan, sijn tajjff toa£ Jfeillemc 
ban Cgmonb nan tie Catering/ 

See No. 137. 

136. Hendrick van Naeldwijck. Same composition as No. 132. 
Inscription : 



$eet l&enrtc ban J&aetotoflc, 
D&tt(em$30on, 3iJn tariff toa$ 
J&arfjtelt nan iSaep&orgt. 

137. Willeme van Naeldwijck. Same composition as No. 132. 

Inscription : 



"Lord Henric van Naeldwijc, son 
of William; his wife was Machtelt 
van Raephorst." See No. 137. 



"Willeme van Naeldwijc, daughter 
of lord Henric; her husband was 
Jan, lord of Montfoort." 



Wtlltmt nan JSaelbtoijc $eet 
©cnricl botfjtet, fjaar man toag 
3an l&eer nan J&ontfoort* 

The Nos. 132 — 137 (O. 32^ by 22^ in., nat. size) form a series. 
Lent by the parish of Naaldwijk since 1885. 

138. Jan, count of Egmont, surnamed Manke Jan, or John the 
Cripple, (1438 or 1441 — 1516). Stadtholder of Holland. He carries 
a branch as a sign that he has made a pilgrimage to the Holy 
Land. Half length figure. 

On pap. 7^4 by 5^ in., h. h. i\ in. The armorial bearings of the family 
Renesse, which are seen at the top and to the left of the picture, have 
been painted at a much later date. Presented by Jhr. Mr. V. de Stuers, 189 1. 

139. Magdalena of Werdenburg, (1464 — 1538). Wife of the 
preceding. Half length figure. 

On pap. 7^4 by 5% in., h. h. 2*4 in. To the left at the top her coat 
of arms. The Nos. 138 and 139 were purchased at the sale Isendoorn 
a Blois, Amsterdam 1879. Presented by Jhr. Mr. V. de Stuers, 1891. 

b. XVI century (first half). 

140. Pope Adrian VI (1459— 1523). Bust length turned towards 
the right. Copy. 

C. 31 by 25^ in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808. 

140a. Adriaen van Blyenburgh (1485 — 15 10), sheriff of Dordrecht 
and comptroller of the Mint of Holland. Three quarter bust 
length, turned towards the right, wearing a toquet and a fur cloak. 

O. 27V4 by 22^4 in., nat. size. In the background his coat of arms. 
Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. 

141. A man's portrait. Seen to the shoulders, wearing a flat cap, 
date about 1520. Painted on a background of trees and sky. (In 
the style of Lucas van Levden.) 

O. 11 by 9 in., h. h. 5^ in. Companion picture to No. 142; purchased in 
Paris in 1903. 



24 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

187. Gustavus-Adolphus, King of Sweden (1594 — 1633). Painted 

in an oval, bust seen three quarters turned towards the right. 

<■*• l 5*k by XI m «> h. h« 6 in. 

Purchased at the auction rooms Brakke Grond, 1897. 

188. Prince Frederick-Henry (1584 — 1647). 

COP., circular form, diam. 1*4 by 1 in. Purchased in 1896. 

189. Joost de Moor (1550 — 1610). Vice-Admiral of Zealand; bust 
seen three quarters turned towards the right. 

O. 24^4 by 19^ in., nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale Dr. Broers, Utrecht 1873. 

190. Captain Ripperda. Seen three quarters to the knees ; turned 
to the left. 

C. 49 by 37 iu., nat. size. Inscription: Capteyn Ripperda, 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

191. Lieutenant Evert Hanecrot. Seen three quarters to the knees, 
turning towards the right. Descended from a noble family of 
Groningen. 

C. 37^* by 33^4 in., nat. size. Inscription: O. Liv. 7. Hanekrodt. 
Same source as No. 194. 

192. Captain Otto Brahe. Seen three quarters to the knees, turning 
towards the right. He was of Danish origin. 

C. 38 by 34 in., nat. size. Inscription: CAPn OTTEBRAE. 
Same source as No. 194. 

193. Captain Walsdorffer. Seen to the knees, full face, the body 
turned towards the right. He commanded from 1605 — 162 1 a 
company of Swiss Soldiers and was himself of Swiss extraction. 

C. 48 by 37% in., nat. size. Inscription: CAPITEYN WALSDORP. 
Same source as No. 194. 

194. Captain van der Hoeff. Seen three quarters to the knees, 
turned towards the right. 

C. 48 by 37^ in., nat. size. Inscription: CAP* VAN DER HOEF. 
The Nos. 191 — 194 came from the store-room of the " Mauri tshuis", 1876. 

195. Pieter Willemsz. Verhoeff, Sea captain. Murdered on the 
island of Banda-Neira in 1609. Bust figure. (Copy). 

C. 22 by 19 in., nat. size. On the left his coat of arms between the 
initials: P. and W. Purchased in 1888. Has been placed in the store-room. 

196. Willem Usselincx (1567 — 1647). Founder of the W. I. company. 
Bust length figure, seen three quarters and turned to the right. 

<>• 7 by 5^3 in., h. h. 3 in. Inscription: W. WSSELINX : AVTEVR • 
VAN • WESTINDISE COMPANGI. M SVAE 69 Ao 1637. 
Purchased from Fr. Muller & Co., 1896. 

197. Portrait of a middle-aged man of quality, probably an 

admiral; seen to the knees, turned towards the right. 

O. 43 by 30 in., nat. size. From the sale Fr. Muller & Co., Amsterdam 1882. 

198. Joris van Cats, lord of Coulster, Vice-Admiral (about 1630), 
bust figure. 

(). 24^4 by I9 3 /| in., nat. size. In the corners the coat of arms of the 
Cats and an unknown escutcheon. From the sale of Dr. Broers, Utrecht 
1873. Has been placed in the store-room. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Portraits). 25 

..I < «■ ■ 1 

199. A mother with her child, in the costume of North-Holland. 

The woman is seated in an arm-chair and holds the child on 
her knees. 

O. 42 by 30^ in., nat. size. At the top, to the left: Aetatis Suae 22. 
Anno 1601. From the sale Messchert van Vollenhoven, etc., Amsterdam 1892. 

200. A man's portrait, in bust figure. 

C. 31^ by 27^ in., nat. size. Anonymous donation. In the Dntch Museum. 

201. Portrait of a child, dating from 1604, standing. A bird is 
perched on one of the hands of the little girl. 

O. 35^ by 27 in., nat. size. At the top, on the right: Aetatis Suae 8 
mens Ao 1604. Presented by Mrs. A. de Pinto, 18... 

202. Portrait of an old lady, a member of the family van 
Rijn, 1608, seated in an arm-chair. 

O. 29 by 23 in., nat. size, Under the coat of arms is inscribed: ^ETAE 

SV^E 97 Ao 1 6c 8. 

From .the sale de Geer. Lent by the Royal Archeological Society. 

203. Portrait of a middle-aged woman. Half length figure. 
Date about 1620. 

COP. ov. 3^4 by 31® in., h. h. 1^4 in. Bequest D. Franken Dzn., 1898. 

204. Portrait of a young man, 1614. Bust. 

COP. ov. 314 by 2^ in. Dated: Ao 161 4. 
Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

205. Twins in swaddling clothes (161 7). The two coats of arms 
painted in the background are those of the family "de Graeff". 

O. 28 by 21^ in., 

if 2 &$£<?) en 7 ccprif . ) f)7 . 

the date : / 

From the "Huis Ilpensteijn". Purchased in 1872 and at present in the 

Dutch Museum. 

206. Margarita Cassier. Married Guilliam Courten in 1563. Figure 
seen to the knees, nearly full face, the left hand resting on an 
arm-chair. See No. 155. 

O. 5^ by 38 in., nat. size. Date: Ao 16 16. Same source as No. 213. 

207. See p. 214 No. 1539a. 

208. Johan van Ceters (1602 — 1629). Son of Aernout van Ceters 
and Anna van der Hooge. Full face figure, seen to the knees. 
See No. 156. 

O. 41*4 by 30^ in., nat. size. Inscription: i-ETATIS SVA 20. Ao 1622. 
Same source as No. 21.3. 

209. Martrijntje van Ceters (1609— 1629). Sister of the former. 
Figure seen to the knees, turned towards the right. 

O. 41*4 by 30^ in., nat. size. Inscription: Zuster van den voorgaande 
^ETATIS SVA 14. Ao 1623. Same source as No. 213. 

210. A man's portrait. Bust figure seen three quarters, turned 
towards the right. 

O- S\ by 4 in., h. h. 1^ in. Dated: jEtat: JJ- 1627. 
Same source as No. 213. 




26 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

211. Nicolaes de Witte (=fc 1603 — 1629). Bust figure, turned to the 
right; the face seen three quarters. He was killed, 
at the siege of Bois-le-Duc. On the frame is written: 
IN VENT VS SVM A NON QVjERENTIBVS ME: 
PALAM APPARVI HIS QVI ME NON INTER- 1 
ROGABANT iESAIAS .52 CA. 

C. 28^ by 21^ in., nat. size. To the left his coat of arms. 
Same source as No. 213. 

212. Pieter Courten (1581 — 1630). Married Hortensia 
del Prado. Bust figure, nearly full face. 
See Nos. 970, 972 and 1543. 

O. 28V 4 by 23^ in., nat. size. Dated: Ao 1630. Same source as No. 213. 

213. Portrait of a woman. Bust figure, seen three quarters, turned 
to the left. 

O- 5 1 /* hy 4 in., h. h. 1^ in., dated: JEtat jo 164J. The Nos. 206 — 213 
belong to the Jhr. Mp. Jacob de Witte van Citters' bequest, 1875. 

214. Portrait of a young lady of quality, in a rich costume. 
Seen to the knees, the right hand resting on a table. 

O. 49^ by 33% in., nat. size. On a piece of paper, on the back of the picture, 
is inscribed: Schurmans, From the sale D. M. Alewijn, Amsterdam 1885. 

215. Grietje Adriaensdr. Groote, 1622, standing, seen to the knees; 
a book in the right, hand. 

O. 43 3 4 by 35 in., nat. size. At the top, to the left, is inscribed : Aelatisj^ 1622, 
Same source as No. 214. 

216. Portrait of an old man, painted to the knees ; the right hand 
is resting on a book which is lying on a table. 

O. io 1 ^ by 8 in., h. h. 2\ in. At one time attributed to Willem de 
Keyser. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

217. Portrait of an old man, seen to the knees, near a table. 

O. 7*4 by 6 in., h. h. life in. From the National Museum, the Hague, 1808.. 

218. Portrait of a young woman. 

COP. 2% by 2\ in., h. h. 1 14 in. 

From the collection Jhr. van Heemskerck van Beest. 

219. Portrait of a member of the family Kettingh. Bust figure. 

O. 26^ by 21*4 in., nat. size. In the background the words: Aetatis 63 
Ao 1623. Presented by Jhr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen, 1SS4. 

220. Portrait of a youth, in a rich dress. Half length figure. Dating 
from the first half of the XVII century. 

COP. ov. 4^4 by 3% in., h. h. 2^ in. 

From the collection of miniatures formerly in the " Mauritshuis ". 

221. Dirck Hendriksz. van Swieten, seated in an arm-chair; the 
head, which is 

covered with a /jff'Hr'iSj 
skull cap, is turn- 
ed towards the 
left; he holds a 
book in his hands 




C. 29 by 23 in., nat. ^ &WH© 

size. Inscription: ^ ^ 

To the left the family arms. Lent by the Royal Archeological Society, 1889. 




DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Portraits). 27 

222. Willem van Oldenbarneveldt, lord of Stoutenburg (?) 

(1590 — 1634). Half length figure. 

O. 15^ by u^ in., h. h. 4 in. Dated: 1634. 

Purchased at the sale M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1888. 

223. Portrait of three children, standing in a line. 

C 36^ by 51 in., nat. size. Supposed to have formerly belonged to the 
family Ram. Dutch Museum, in loan from the town of Utrecht. 

224. Family group (1627). The father, the mother and four young 
children, saying grace round 

a table set for dinner. Figures /f^ 

seen to the knees. // 

0.54by 7514 in., nat. size. Dated: /^ /1*»^ „ /^ n *-* 

Purchased from Mr. A. GreebeV^/lTIflO *9 SO *■ f 

in 1880. Dutch Museum. 

225. Family group (about 1630) representing the father, the mother, 
their five children and a young negro. 

O. 2.1\ by 28*4 in., h. h. 14^ in. This painting has been wrongly 
attributed to Th. de Keyser and considered the portrait of the family of 
lieutenant-admiral Piet Hein. Probably painted by Pieter Codde. 
Acquired in 1866. 

226. Portrait of a married couple and their child. Standing on 
the sea shore. In the foreground some shells and a dog; in the 
sky a soaring cherub. 

C. 48% by 5414 in., h. f. \$\ in. 

Purchased at Jhr. van Beresteyn's sale, at Vught, 1884. 

227. Portrait of an old man. Bust length figure, full face. 

C. 28^ by 23% in., nat. size. This picture is a copy, or a feeble replica 
of a portrait belonging to Mr. Pfungst, of London, painted by an unknown 
artist. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

228. Jan Bernd Schaep (1633 — 1666). Bust, seen three quarters, 
turned towards the left. 

Silver ov. 4^ by 3% in., h. h. 2 in. 

Bicker bequest. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1881. 

229. Portrait of a married couple. Bust figures, first half of the 
XVII century. 

Painted on the bottom and against the lid of a silver box. Ov. 2"% by 2 in., 
h. f. \\ in. From the collection of miniatures formerly in the "Mauritshuis". 

230. Portrait of an old lady dressed with taste, bust length figure, 
turned towards the left, (about 1630). 

O. ov. 28 by 21 in., nat. size. 

Beqnest of Mrs. Balguerie, born van Rijswijk, 1823. 

231. A man's portrait. Bust figure, turned towards the right (1633). 
Companion picture to next no. 

O. 28 by 22 in., nat. size. The coat of arms of the family Snouck, which 
is seen in the left hand corner, has been added at a much later date. On 
the back of the picture, the following misleading information is written on 
a piece of paper: "Jan Pieter se Snoek getrouwd aan Margriet Goverse 
Bal". (Jan Pieterse Snoek married Margriet Goverse Bal). The two 
persons here mentioned lived at a much earlier date. 
Same source as No. 230. 



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232. Portrait of a woman. Bust figure turned towards the left 
(1633). Companion picture to the ^^ ^ 
preceding No. Jj % f 

O. 28 by 22 in., nat. size. At the top: x"j fftfltlS IttCQ. 3 7 

On the back of the picture, on a piece \^s l 

of paper, also the following wrong infor- f J 

mation ; u Margriet Goverse Bal,huys- ^— ■ ^ 

vrouw van Jan Pie terse Snoek". A f -^ -y 

(Margriet Goverse Bal, ?vi/e of Jan /AllTU© JO 5 J ° 

Pieterse Snoek). See No. 231. Same source as the preceding. 

233. Portrait of a man (1643). Bust length. 

O. 29 by 23% in., nat. size. At the top, to the left: 164J. 
Jhr. Mr. Jacob de Witte van Citters bequest, 1875. 

234. Jacoba Bontemantel. Portrait of a child, to the knees; the 
face, which is seen three quarters, o tr=rr^/\ ^Tr^V 

In the right corner : /! r\ F a ^"" A A 

p™ e s d s. by Jhr ' J * a R ' van de -^/v ' j) (&A 4 

235. Jan Bicker Gerritsz. (1594 — 1653), burgomaster of Amsterdam. 
Bust figure. 

C. 29 by 22 in., nat. size. Acquired with its companion picture, No. 236, 
at the sale de Graeff van Polsbroek, at Upendam, 1872. Then attributed to 
Jan de Bray. Bicker bequest, 188 1. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

236. Agneta de Graeff (1603 — 1656). Wife of the preceding, half 
length figure. 

C. 28 by 23% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 235. 

XV II century {second halt). 

237. Jacques Rijswijck (1641 — 1696). Bust figure. Copy. 

(). 29 by 23^ in., nat. size. On the back of the picture the following inscription: 

»Jaques Pieter Rijswijck.... Capi- "Jacques Pieter Ryswyck . . . . Cap- 

teyn der Burgerye en Regent van tain of the civic guard and Governor 

't Tugthuys 1666, alwaer 00k is of the House of Detention, where 

uitgeschildert staande in regents- is seen his portrait, standing, in the 

kleederen«. costume of Governor". 

Bequest of Mrs. Balguerie, born van Ryswyck, 1823. In the store-room. 

238. Theodora de Visscher (1641 — 1722). Wife of the former. 
Bust figure. 

O. 28*1 by 24 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 237. 

239. Cornells Bicker, lord of Swieten (1593— 1654). Burgomaster 
of Amsterdam. Bust figure. 

C. 29 by 24 in., nat. size, bearing the inscription: "Corn. Bicker If. van 

Swieten, 1634". Engraved by J. Houbraken. 

Bicker bequest. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1 881. 

240. Willem van de Velde (?) (1600 — 1663). Was secretary to 
Hugo Grotius. Half length figure. 

O. 39 by 29% in., nat. size, with the inscription : "Aetatis J7, Ao 1657". 
Engraved by P. Velyn. Bought in Utrecht in 1825. 



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241. Elsje van Houweningen (?) (1601—1 681). Wife of the former. 
Half length figure. 

O* 39 by 29^ in., nat. size, with the inscription: "Aetatis j6, Ao 1656". 
Engraved by P. Velyn. Same source as No. 240. 

242. Witte Cornelisz. de With (1597 — 1658). Vice-admiral. Seen 
half length. 

C 36^ by 31 in., nat. size. On the back of the picture his coat of arms 
and the inscription : " Witte Cornelisz, de With, vue-admiraal van Holland 
en West-Friesland, gesneuveld i6j '<?. Aetatis jy y Ao i6jf\ 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

243. Willem Kettingh. Full length figure. 

C. 8 1 ^| by 47^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 246. 

244. Maria Hartsmansdr. de Kuster. Wife of the preceding. Full 
length figure. 

C. 81 by 48^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 246. 

245. Geertruida van Riebeek. Daughter of Anthony van Riebeek 
and .Elizabeth van Gaesbeek. Full length figure. Companion 
picture to the following No. 

C. 46% by 32^ in., nat. size. To the left, on the socle of a baluster, the 
inscription: Aetatis 3, Ao 1663. Same source as No. 246. 

246. Portrait of a little boy. Full length figure, standing. Com- 
panion picture to the preceding No. 

C. 46^ by 32^ in., nat. size. To the right, on the socle of a baluster, 
the inscription: Aetatis /^, Ao 1663. The Nos. 243 — 245 were presented 
by Jhr. Mr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen in 1884. 

247. A man's portrait. Bust length. 

COP. ov. 3 by 2^ in., h. h. i*4 in. Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

248. Portrait of a young man. Bust length. 

COP. ov. 4^ by 3^ in., h. h. i\ in. On the back, in modern lettertype, 
the inscription: Admiraal Melchior v. d. Kerckhove. 
Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

249. Portrait of a man. Bust length. 

O. 12 by 10 in., h. h. 5^ in. From the "Huis Honselaarsdijk". See No. 2008. 

260. Johan de Witt(i625 — 1672). Grand pensionary. Bust figure. Copy. 

C. 12^4 by 11% in., h. h. 3I/4 in, 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

251. Cornells Verheye (1 601 — 1682). ^ 

Burgomaster of Zierikzee. Half length /T / . 

figure. isC* / < 

C. 45^ by 33% in., nat. size. To the J U 

right, on the background, the inscription: ^ 

Jhr. Mr. Jacob de Witte van Citters bequest, /f / / 

252. Jan Boudaen Courten ( 1 63 5- 1 7 1 6). kJ+~ V (J U A- 

Councillor of the town of Middelburg Cx 

and Director of the East Indian company. Half length figure. 

See No. 1738. 

C 45^1 by 37 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 251. 

253. Portrait of a young lady of rank. Seen to the knees. 

C. I3 J 4 by 101,2 in., h. h. 2^4 in. Bequest J. H. Schellwald, Zwolle 1900. 



3 o . ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

254. Portrait of an Admiral, wearing a cuirass. Seen to the 
knees, nearly full face. 

C. 48 by 38^ in., nat. size. 

Probably a copy from a painting by N. Maes. Origin unknown. 

255. Carel Rabenhaupt (1602 — 1675), lieutenant-general. Bust length. 

C. 28 by 21^4 in., nat. size. Bought at Groningen, 1887. 

256. Cornells van Aerssen (died in 1688). Colonel in the army 
and governor of Suriname. In armour, seen to the knees, the 
figure turned towards the left. 

C. 47^4 by 36J4 in. Lith. by E. Steuerwald. Purchased at the sale of 
Mrs. van Dam van Brakel, born Ditmars van Ysselveere, in 1895. 

256a. Andr6 Collot, equerry, sieur d'Escury and of Landauran 
(16 10 — 1687). Governor of the town and castle of Quintin, in 
Brittany (emigrated in 1687). Half length figure, wearing a 
cuirass. In the background his coat of arms and his titles. 
C 30^ by 25 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 256f. 

1256b. Danifil Collot, equerry, sieur d'Escury, of Landauran, of 
Bar, of Bassecave and of La Touche (1643 — 1704). *A cavalry 
captain under Louis XIV. Emigrated in 1685, became a major 
in the army of the Stadtholder-King in Ireland. One-armed. 
Seen half length, facing the left. 

C. 29% by 24% in., nat. size. In the background his coat of arms. 
Same source as No. 256c 

:256c. Marten Christiaan, baron Sweerts de Landas (1629 — 1704), 
sheriff of Bois-le-Duc. Half length figure, turned towards the 
right. In the background his coat of arms. 

O. 31 by 24^ in., nat. size. On the back; Aetatis 20 Ao. i6jo. 
Same source as No. 256f. 

:256d. Jeanne-Marthe-Gertrude, Baroness Sweerts de Landas 

(1688— 1744) afterwards wife of Baron Henri Collot d'Escury 
(see No. 2223a). A girl in a park. Seen some way below the knees. 

C. 30^ by 25 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 256f. 

256e. Adriaen van Blyenburgh (1647— )• Comptroller of the 
Mint of Holland, at Dordrecht. Half length figure, nearly full 
face. In the background his coat of arms. 
C. 27*4 by 24 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 256f. 

256f. Elizabeth Droste, wife of the former. Half length figure, 
nearly full face. In the background her coat of arms. 

C. 27^ by 24 in., nat. size. 

The Nos. 256a— 256f lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury in 1904. 

:257. Portrait of a Dutch admiral. Date about 1675. The admiral 
wears a cuirass. In the distance a naval battle between Dutch 
and English vessels. 

C. 52 by 42 in., nat. size. The frame of this picture is beautifully carved 
with emblems of warfare and the admiral's armorial bearings : three leaves 
of a waterlily or three silver eggs on azure field. 
Bought at Alkmaar in 1895. Placed in the East Court. 

:257a. Johanna Margaretha de Geer (died before 1682), widow of 
professor Andreae; her second husband was Louis Trip van 
Warfumborg. See p. 186, No. 1368a. (Sketch.) 
C. 19 by 1 5*4 in., h.h. 3^ in. Presented by Jhr. W. F. Trip van Zoudtlandt, 1904. 



DUTCH (Holland) SCHOOL (Portraits). 31 

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258. Wijnand Wijnants. To the waist. 

COP. 8 by 6 in., h. h. 2 in. Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll bequest, 1880. 

259. Nicolaas Klopper ( — 1 68 1 ). In sportman's dress. Half length figure.. 

C. 19^ by 15^ in., h. h. 4 in. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

260. Margaretha Le Gouche (1636— 1727). Wife of the preceding- 
Half length figure, drinking at a fountain. 

C. 19^ by 15% in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as No. 259. 

261. Gerard de Rijp. Standing in his garden. 

C 33 by 3934 in., h. f. 171/3 in. 

Formerly in the " Rijpenhof je" (convent of beguines). At present the property 

of the Church wardens of the mennonite Church, at Amsterdam. 

Lent since 1899. 

262. Diederik van Hogendorp (died in 1702). Councillor and 
steward of the domains of the prince Stadtholder William III. 
Half length figure. 

C. 34 by 27 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 265. 

263. Petronella Kettingh (died in 1702), wife of the former. Half 
length figure. 

C. 34 by 27 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 265. 

264. Francois Leidecker (1651 — 1688). Deputy for Zealand to the 
Chamber of Accounts of the States-General. Half length figure- 
See No. 536. 

C. 34 by 27 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 265. 

•266. Anna Maria van Hogendorp. Second wife of the former. 
Half length figure. 

C. 34 by 26^ in., nat. size. The Nos. 262 —265 were presented by 
Jhr. Mr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen in 1884. 

266. See No. 566a. 
XV111 century. 

267. Abraham van Riebeek (1653 — 17 13). Governor-General of 
the Dutch East Indies. Half length figure. 

C. ov. 37^ by 31 in., nat. size- See No. 320. Same source as No. 265. 

268. Elizabeth van Oosten (1660— 171 4). Wife of the preceding.. 
Half length figure. 

C. ov. 37^4 by 31 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 265. 

269. Elizabeth van Riebeek (1693— 1723). Daughter of the 
Governor-General Abraham van Riebeek, wife of Gerard van 
Oosten. Seen to the waist. 

O. 2914 by 23% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 265. 

270. Hendrik Lynslager (1693 — 1768). Naval captain in the service 
of the Admiralty of Amsterdam. Half length figure. This picture 
has been painted in 1720, the captain being then 27 years old. 
See No. 2222. 

C. 2i«i by 17^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 

Lent by the Royal Archeological Society since 1889. 

271. Portrait of a lady of rank, member of the Balguerie family. 
Half length figure. 

C. ov. 28^ by 24^4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 278. 



32 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

272. Theodoras Rijswijk (?) (1668— 1729). Sheriff of the corpo- 
ration of Amsterdam. Bust length. 

C. ov. 28^4 by 24^4 in., nat. size. With the coat of arms of the family 
van Rijswijk. Same source as No. 278. 

273. Elisabeth Hollaer (?). Wife of the former. Bust length. 

C. ov. 29 by 23^ in., nat. size. 

The coat of arms is probably only a fanciful design. Same source as No. 278. 

274. Portrait of a young girl. Half length figure. 

C ov. 28^4 by 25% in., nat. size. In the background the armorial 
bearings of the family van Rijswijk. Same source as No. 278. 

275. Jacoba Magtelda Rijswijk. Daughter of Theodorus Rijswijk 
and Elizabeth Hollaer. Half length figure. 

C. ov. 28^4 by 25*4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 278. 

276. Jacques Rijswijk (died 1737). Son of Theodorus Rijswijk 
and Elisabeth Hollaer. Blowing bubbles. 

C. ov. 28^4 by 24^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 278. 

277. Cornelia Rijswijk (died 1751). Daughter of Theodorus Rijswijk 
and Elisabeth Hollaer. Half length figure. 

C. ov. 28^4 by 24% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 278. 

278. Portrait of a young girl. Half length figure. 

C. ov. 28^4 by 24% in., nat. size. The Nos. 271 — 278 belong to the 
bequest of Mrs. Balguerie born van Rijswijk, 1823. 

279. Willem van Hogendorp. Director of the East India Company, 
Rotterdam chamber, 1692. Half length figure. See No. 281. 

280. Engelbert van Berckel. Director of the East India Company, 
Rotterdam chamber, 171 5. Half length figure. See No. 281. 

281. Hendrik Braats. Director of the East India Company, Rotterdam 
chamber, 1734. Half length iigure. 

The Nos. 279, 280, 281 are a series of portraits. (C. ov. 33^ by 36^4 in., 
nat. size), from the company's offices at Rotterdam. 

282. Adrianus van Roijen (1704 — 1779). Professor at the University 
of Ley den. Bust length. 

COP. ov. 4^4 by 3% in., h. h. i3/ 4 in. On the back: A. van Roijen 17.47. 
Forms part of the Panpoeticon Batavum, of Arnoud van Halen. 
See Halen, p. . 

283. Maria Louisa of Hesse— Cassel (1688— 1763). Widow of 
Johan Willem Friso, Stadtholder of Friesland. Half length figure, 
the face turned towards the right. 

C. 33 by 26^4 in., nat. size. From the Mauritshuis, 1867. 

284. Anna of Brunswick (1709 — 1759). Princess Royal of England, 
wife of the prince Stadtholder William IV. Bust. 

Mother of Pearl, ov. i\ by 2 in., h. h. 1 in. 

From the collection of miniatures, formerly in the Mauritshuis. 

285. William IV, prince of Orange (171 1 — 1751). Hereditary Stadt- 
holder of the United-Provinces. Wearing a cuirass. Seen to 
the knees, the face turned to the right. In the distance, a camp. 

C. 50 by 40 in., nat. size. From the Mauritshuis, 1876. 



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286. Anna of Brunswick, princess royal of England, Wife of the 
preceding. With a child on her knees. 

C. 50 by 37% in., nat. size. From the Mauritshuis, 1876. 

287. William IV, prince of Orange, hereditary Stadtholder of the 
United-Provinces. Half length figure, the face turned to the right. 

C. 32% by 27 in., nat. size. 

Presented by count Leopold van Schlitz, called von Gortz und Wrisberg, 1899. 

288. William IV, prince of Orange, hereditary Stadtholder of the 
United-Provinces. Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

C 32% by 27^ in., nat. size. From the Mauritshuis (?). 

289. Pieter Meijer (1718 — 1781). Bookseller and publisher, at 
Amsterdam. Writing at a table, seen to the waist. See No. 1303. 

C. 14% by 13^ in., h. h. 3% in. Bequeathed by Miss G. Meijer Warnars, 1878. 

290. Magdalena van Citters, (died 1738), Wife of Adriaen Isaac 
Hurgronje. She is seated at a table, surrounded by flowers. 

C 23^ by i8%in.,h. h. 3% in. Jhr. Jacob deWitte van Citters bequest, 1875. 

291. Johanna Sara Pels (1702 — 1791). Wife of Jan Bernd Bicker. 
Seated in an arm-chair. 

C. 35 by 26 in., h. h. 6^i in. 

Bicker bequest 1881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam. 

292. Hendrik Bicker (1722 — 1783). Bust, turned towards the right. 
In every respect similar to the pastel No. 2936. 

C. 24% by 19% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 291. 

293. Clara Magdalena Dedel (1727 — 1778). Wife of the former. Bust, 
turned towards the left. Absolutely similar to the pastel No. 2937. 

294. King William I (1772—1843). When a child. Half length figure. 

C. 18 by 15^ in., nat. size. 

Presented by Baron E. van Lynden van de Cannenburgh, 1888. 

295. William-George-Frederick, prince of Orange-Nassau (1774 
— 1799). When a child. Half length figure. 

C. 18 by 1 5^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 294. 

XIX century. 

296. William I, when Sovereign-Prince of the United-Netherlands 
(2 Dec. 1813 — 16 March 1815). Bust, facing the left. 

C. 27^ by 21% in., nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale van Goethem — de Soere, Amsterdam 1890. 

297. The Prince of Orange at Quatre-Bras, 16 June 1815. 

C. 21^4 by $o\ in., h. h. 6^4 in. Same source as No. 296. 

298. Portrait of a man. Bust length. 

O. 9 by 7^ in«, h. h. 3 ft in. Jhr. Mr. Jacob de Witte van Citters bequest, 1875. 

298a. R. Engelman (1795— 1845). Actor. Seated, seen to the waist. 
See No. 2126. 

C. ov. 20ft by 16 in., h. h. 4^4 in. 
Presented by Mrs. Albregt — Engelman, 1896. 

Artists. 

299. Paulus van Vianen (died between 1617 — 1620). Goldsmith and 
embosser. Holds a small bronze statue in his hands. Seen to the waist. 

C. 21^4 by 19^4 in., nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale M. C. van Hall, 1858. 



54 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE 

300. Portrait of a painter (about 1610). In the background the 
insignia of St. Luke, surrounded by the attributes of painting. 

COP. ov. ' 2\ by 2 in., h. h. \\ in. On the back of the plate is an 
old engravingi From the cabinet of Jhr. van Heemskerk van Beest. . ' 

801. Portrait of a painter* In the manner of Gerard Dou. Half 
length figure, turned to the right. 
■' O. ii^i by \o\ in., h. h. 2 in. Presented by Mr. F. Kleinberger, Paris 1896. 

302. Pieter Janszoon van As, Painter. Seated in an arm-chair and 
showing one of his landscapes which he holds in his hand. See p. 

O. 22^ by 17 in., h. h. 4% in. Engraved and somewhat modified by 
Joh. Verkolje. Purchased at a sale in Vienna, 1903. 

303. Portrait • of a man. Afterwards changed into a portrait of a 
painter (that of Pieter de Hooch) by the addition at the bottom 
of the picture of a strip on which a palette has been painted, 

O. 17 by 1314 in., h. h. 414 in. Wrongly signed: Aetatis P. D. H. (the 
monogram of Pieter de Hooch). Bought at Amsterdam, 1834. 

.304. An artist with his wife and two daughters. Dating from 
the middle of the XVIII century. Half length figures. 
C. 14^ by 1 1^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Presented by Mr. Jos. de Kuyper 1892. 

305. A painter from the second half of the XVIII century. 

Seen to the knees, seated and' holding an engraving in his hand. 

C. \z\ by \o\ in., h. h. z\ in. Bought in 1900. 

Governors General of the Dutch Indies. 

306. Pieter Both 1610—1614. No. 1. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. $\ in. Inscription: PIETER BOTH 
GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA; See No. 328. 

307. Pieter Reynst 1614 — 161 5. No. 2. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by lo in., h. h. 3 in. Inscription; GERRIT REIJNST 
GOUV* GENERl VAN INDIA. See No. 328. 

308. Laurens Reael 1615 — 1619. No. 3. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 3 in. Inscription : LAURENS REAAL 
GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA. See No. 328. 

309. Jan Pietersz. Coen 1619 — 1623 and 1627— 1629; .No. 4. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 3 in. Inscription : JAN PIETERSZOON 
COEN GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA, intersected by his coat of arms. 
See No. 328. 

310. Pieter Carpentier 1623— 1627. No. 5. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 2^ in. Inscription: PIETER DE 
CARPENTIER GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA. See No. 328. 

311. Jacques Spex 1629 — 1632. No. 6. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 7.\ in. Inscription ; JACQUES SPECKS 
GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA. See No. 328. 

312. Hendrick Brouwer 1632 — 1636. No. 7. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 2^ in. Inscription: HENDRIK 
BROUWER GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA. See No. 328. 

313. Antonie van Diemen 1636 — 1645. No. 8. * 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 10 in., h. h. 2^ in. Inscription: ANTONIO VArJ 
DIMEN GOUVR GENERl VAN INDIA, intersected by his coat of arms. 
See No. 328. 



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314. Cornells van der Lyn 1644 — $650. No. 9, 

Java teak-wood, V 13 by 10 hu, h. h. 2^ in. Inscription: CORNELIS 
. VAN^DER LJJN GOUVk-GENERl VAN INDIA.. See No. 328. 

315.Karel Reyniersz. 1650 — 1653. No. 10. 

» '-•* Java- teak-wood, 13 by I a in., h'. h. 2^ in.'* Inscription, intersected by 
his coat of arms : CAREL REYNIERSZ. GQUV* GENERA VAN INDIA. 
See No. 328. .^. . . V~ _ . *./ , 

3J6. Joan Maetsuyker 1653 — 1670. No. 11. 

•'■-•-* Java teak^ouil, N 13 by 10 »in7, h. h< 2^1 -im Inscription,- intersected by 
his coat of. arms: JOAN MAATSUIJKER GOUVr GENERA VAN INDIA. 
See No. 328. . . . — v. • v . ...... 

317.Ryclof van Goens 1678--1681. No. 12. 

- Java teak-wood,. 13 by 10 in., hi. h. 2^ in. Inscription, intersected by 
his, coat Qf arms T RIJKLOF VAN GOENS GOUVr GENERA VANINPIA. 
See* No. 328.. *".'-' 

318. Cornells Speelman 1681 — 1684. No. 13. 

Java teak-wood, 13 by 16 in., h. h. 2% in. Inscription, intersected by 
his coat of arms : CORNELIS SPEELMAN GOUV* GENERl VAN INDIA. 
See No. 328. • • - • * 

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319. Johannes Camphuys 1684 — 1 69 1 . No. 14. 

C. on teak-wood, 13. by io in., h. h. 2% in. Inscription, intersected by 
.I ,,his coat of -anns: JOHANNES CAMPHUIJS GOUV* GENERl VAN 
'..*"[ 'INDIA. L .See .No. 328. : . 

WiHem van Outshoorn 1691—1704. No. 15. . 

See David van der Plaes, No. 1886. 

320. Abraham van JUebeek; xyc^— -1713 < ; Aft n *L - \ 

COP. 13^ bij 10^ in., h. h. 3>ia Inscription, intersected ~b$ his coat 
of^arms: De Hr ABRAHAM VAtf RlEBEEK <X>U VEktf? GENERAEL 
\ : " J otid 58 jaren Ao. 1711V See Nos. 267 and. 328:- - '\ ". •* ' 

•^LChristoffel van Zwol 1713— 1718. No. .18. 

C. on teak-wood, 13^ by 10% in., h. hi. 2% in. inscription, intersected 
v ' ' br his coat of arms : D. H* CHRISTOFFEL VAN SWOL {JOUVERN* 
GENERAEL oud 53 jaeren Ao. ,f^j£. See •.Np.\328;ii.v- ' . 

, 322. Hendrik Swaerdekroon 17 18— 1725. No. 19. :. 

COPi 1 3^ by .jQ^.iii., h. h, 2^ in. At the top on the left his coat of 
^ ■ arms* On the right, on a shield carried by two lions, three coats of arms : 
I. that of Batavia; 2. the monogram of the company.; 3. an indistinct 
escutcheon (seemingly an- anchor), and underneath the inscription; INDIA 
BELGARUM DULCE DECIJS FATA VIS. See No. 328. 

. 323. Mattheus de. Haan .17^5-^1729. No. 20. . ." 

BRASS, 13 by 9^ in,,' h. b. 2% in* Inscription, intersected by his coat 
of arms : MATTHEUS DE HAi^N GOUVERNr GENERA VAN INDIA 
> VAN DEN 7. AUG, Ao. 1725 TOT. . . On the back is written; den 14 
October Ao. 1726; Actatis 6j Jaaren* See No. 328. 

Diederik van Durven 1729—1730. No. 21,. i /^^ 

., . , , , ., See Hendrik van den Bosch, No.^.;58£ t 

\324kPirk van Cloon [1730— 1735., No/22.. 

^ . >-COP». I3 1 4 by 10^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Inscription, intersected bjphis coat 
' v of arms; Mr. DIRJK VAN.ClCQN, BAT, IND. See No. 328.". 

Abraham Patras 1735 — 1 737- 'No. 23. 

.See Theodorus Tustinus Rheen, No. 2028. 



S J 



36 ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

- 

326. Adriaan Valckenier 1737— 1741. No. 24. 

COP. 13^ by 10^ in., h. h. 2% in* To the left are seen three 
escutcheons (one with the arms of Batavia, another- with those of Holland 
and the third a vessel under full sail ; ) to the right his coat of arms. 
Inscription: Adriaan Valckenier van Amsterd Gouverneur Generaal van 
Nederlands India J?jf. See No. 328. 

Johannes Thedens 1741 — 1743. No. 25. 

See Jac. Oliphant, No. 1786. 

Gustaaf Willem, baron van Imhoff 1743 — 175P. No. 26. 

See Jan Maurits Quinkhard, No. 1941. 

326. Jacob Mossel 1750—1761-. No. 27. 

COP. 1314 by 10% in., h. h. 2^ in. Inscription: Jacob Mossel, Generaal 
over d Infanterye van den Staat en Gouverneur Generaal van Nederlands India, 
His coat of arms on a flat lying modillion. See No. 328. 

327. Petrus Albertus van de Parra 1761 — 1775. No. 28. 

COP. 13^ by 1 0^1 in., h. h. 2% in. Inscription: P. A. van der Parre, 

Gouverneur Generael van Nederlands Indien. 

His coat of arms on the top to the left. See No. 328. 

328. Reinier de Klerk 1777— 1780. No. 30. 

COP. 13^ by io\ in., h. h. 3^ in. Inscription: Reinier de Klerk Gouv. 
Gener, van India. Dated on the right: Feicit, 1779. 
The series of portraits No. 306 to 328 are placed in the East Court. They 
are contributions from the Colonial Office and are supposed to have been 
at one time the property of the East India Co. They are for the greater 
part copies on a reduced scale, the originals of which are kept at 
Weltevreden (Batavia). 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
XIV century (second half)* 
328. The Virgin Mary with the Infant Christ seated on a 
throne. Near them the figures of four saints. On a gold ground. 
(Early Florentine School). 
Peartree : 29% by 1 5 \ in., h. h. seated : 1 6*4 in. Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1 886. 

XVI century (beginning). 

328a. The judgment of Paris, Paris holds the apple on which is 
the inscription: PVLCHRIORI. DETVR. Half length figures in 
the dress of the first part of the 16 th century. Venetian school. 

C. 28^ by 3 1 14 in., nat size. 

Was at one time over the chimney piece of some stables behind the Klooster- 

kerk at the Hague, which have since been pulled down. Deposit in trust. 

329b. Saint John the Baptist, as a youth. Seen to the waist. 
Copy after Andrea del Sarto. See p. 
Poplar wood, 26% by 20% in., nat. size. 

A similar painting is in the picture gallery of the Palace of Sans-Souci, 
near Potsdam. From the Mauritshuis. Deposit on trust. 

330. A Symbolical representation. The infant Christ and the 
infant St. John the Baptist, seated on their mothers' knees 
St. Catharine, St. Joseph and the Angel Gabriel are looking on. 
In the distance are represented the massacre of the Innocents 
and the martyrdom of St. Catharine. Venetian School. 
C 53% by 70% »., h. h. 7% in. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 



ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE ITALIAN SCHOOL. 37 



381. The marriage of the Holy Virgin, consacrated by a High- 
Priest in the temple* School of Ferrare. 
C. 19% by 23 in., h. f. 12ft in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

XVII century* 

332. St. John the Baptist. Bust in profile. 

C. 28% by 23^ in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808, 
and then attributed to Lanfranco. 

333. Saint-Sebastian. The saint is represented half length, fastened 
to a tree, the breast pierced with arrows. 

C. 30^1 by 25^ in., nat. size. Presented by Mr. A. Willet, 1887, 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE SPANISH SCHOOL. 

XVII century [first half). 

334. The mystic marriage of St. Catharine. 

C. 161/4 by 12^ in., h. h. 1^ in. 

From the National Museum (?) the Hague, 1808. 

336. Charles-Balthasar (1629— 1649). Son of Philip IV, King of 
Spain. A child's figure, head and shoulders. Painted in the 
manner of Velazquez. 
C. 12% by 10 in., h. h. 6^ in. Purchased at Amsterdam in 1828. 

336. Portrait of a young nobleman on horseback. A youth is 
walking alongside the dapple-grey horse, which is rearing. 

C. 3 yds 11% in. by 2 yds 4^ in., nat. size. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

337. Symbolic representation of the uncertainty of life. An 

old man blowing away the smoke issuing from his pipe. 

C 50^ by 40 in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808, 

and at that time attributed to Riblra (Spagnoletto). 

ANONYMOUS WORKS OF THE FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

XV century* 

338. Jacqueline of Bavaria (1401 — 1436), Bust length, turned 
towards the right; she holds a flower in her hand. 

M. 26 by 17% in., nat. size. 

This is a copy by Pieter WUlem Sebes (see p. ) made in $879 by 

order of the Government from the original in the Royal Museum at Brussels. 

XV century (second half), 

339. Triptych. Central panel : The dead Christ. Joseph of Arimathea, 
Nicodemus, the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalen are grouped 
around the body. Half length figures. The paintings on the 
doors date from about ijjo. On the face of the left are seen 
the Donor with his sons and St. John the Evangelist ; on the 
reverse, St. Peter, in grisaille ; on the face of the right door : the 
wife of the donor with her daughters and Mary Magdalen; on 
the reverse, Mary' Magdalen, in grisaille. Considered by some 
authorities to be a copy after Hugo van der Goes. 

O. Central panel, life sb.e figures seen to the waist. Doors: 34^ by 18^ in., 
h. h. 4 in. The triptych is fitted in a frame of rich workmanship, dating 



38 ANONYM.' WORKS of the FLEMISH (Vlaamsche) SCHQQL. 



[ frpm the begriming of. the XVI century ami bearing the following, inscription : 



11 Here He : Willem Gerte, who died 
on the 13 th of March, in the year 
1534; Stijntgen Dirck Claessens, who 
died the tjM .ofcrSepteirip$r 1531; 
Maria . Willem; who died on the 
5.^ of April 1538; Anna Willemsz., 
>who dieS on the .13 th of September 
1537., Pray for them." 



„9fet legggen &epr*uen Willtm 
9*c!3 Hit ftacf an* mccccc en 
xxxiiii ben xm Matty, g>m< 
tgen TOtcfi Clae||en| ftatf ano 
xxxi ben vi £epfjwttBtf f , d&*rfa 
_ BSWlere ftatf ano xxxvih ben v 
9(priH#, 9Qnna BMliemfo ftarf ano 
xxx vii ben xiii£eptefiri#. OWbt 
Hoot b<e 4&ftlen*\ 

From Johannes Bosboom. Of this picture several replica's-, all copies, erist. 
In the Dutch Museum. 

340. Otur Lady of Mercy with Mary Magdalen, St. John and .the 
donor. Half length figures. School of Rpgier van der JWeyden. 

O. 14 by 17 in., h. h. 3% in. Purchased aV the ? Hague/ 18^5. - 

341. See No. 984a:~ v 

342. The idolatry of King Solomon. The king is kneeling; on the 
threshold of a small temple in the interior of which priests and 
trumpeters are worshipping a golden image. Some courtiers are 

- standing behind the king. The composition bears', a sHght;resem- 
blance to the work of 





^fi? 



ntr. 




c - 



Dirck Bouts. On the 
,. painted - window are 
four escutcheons; v the 
third is supposed to be that of the. town of. Antwerp. Bequeathed 
. ■» by Mr. N. C. Lambrechtsen van Ritthem to the. Academy of 
art at Middelburg, 18*3. - ^ 

0# 38% by 27^/4 in., h. f. of the kneeling Solomon 20% in. 
(Bought at Fr.. Muller & Co, auction room, 1902. 

342a. The last Supper, In a large room Christ is seated, with the 
twelve apostles, at a round table. In the distance the Mount of 
Olives, where the Lord is delivered to the soldiers. In the next 
room, Christ is seen in the act of washing the £eet\of St. Peter. 
In the -foreground, the donor kneeling. 

O. 20^ by 25 in., h. f . . 17^ in> l u 

Collection della Faille de Waerloos, of Antwerp. Acquired in 1904. 

342b. The resurrection. Christ is seen leaving the grave surrounded 
by the soldiers, many of whom are sleeping. To the ieft, Christ 
releasing the souls of the dea^ .and, ia the distance, Jhe Ascension. 
O. 21 by 25^ ini, h. i. 15 in. Same, source as the former No. 

343. Philip le Beau (1478— -1506). Full length figure, in armour, 
turned- towafds the t right, the face seen three, quarters. In the 

. background an edifice, probably the Ducal Palace, at Brussels. 
M> S Ql k by 19^ in., h. f. 35^ f in. See the following No. 

344. Jane of Castile (1482— 1555).. Wife of Philip le Beau. Full 
length figure, turned towards the left, the face seen .three quarters. 
In the background the same building as in the preceding No. 

* vi - 50^ by 19^1 ih. t h. f. 33^ in. This portrait and No. 343 were copied 
in 1879* by order of the Government, by Pieter Willtm Sebes (seep. 306) 
from the; originals .attributed to Jacob van Laethem, formerly at Zierikzee 
but at present in the ; Museum of Brussels. • 



ANONYM. WORKS of the FLEMISH (Vlaamsche) SCHOOL. 39 

XVI century (first hatf). 

345. The carnival. The picture represents the triumph of the forty 
days of Lent. (Explanation supplied by Mr. A. Warburg). Of a 
later date is the following inscription : iDit is den dans van 
Luther met syn nonne.* (Here is represented the dance of Luther 
with hit nun.) 

O. 2914 by I yds 2fk in-, h- f- ' ( ' l k in- Purchased at Paris in 1896. 

346. Two folds of a Triptych. When closed, the right door^shows 
the donor with St. John ■ r. IL 
the Baptist, his coat of 

arms (see I); the left, h is 1 £ 

wife with St. Adrian, ■ 
Her coat of arms (see II). 
On the outside of the left 
door : a man of rank 
wearing upon his breast 
the escutcheon of Philip 
le Beau. St. Andrew is ■'■ ■ ; '.'.■"' 

standing behind him. On the right : the wife of the nobleman 

with St. Margaret. 

O. 35% by 11% in., h. h. l\ and 6£ in. respectively. 

Purchased at the sale of baron Van Hcemstta, the Hague 1879, 

XVI century (middle). 

347. Scene from the XXI chapter of the Gospel according 
to St. Matthew. Christ is seated in a gothic church disputing 
with the High Priests and the Elders of the people, in whose 

features it is easy to recognise the reformers and some well-known 
ecclesiastics of the Church of Rome. Little children are prevented 
from approaching Christ. In the nave of the church a religious 
service is being held. 

O. 23^ by 36% in., h. f. 3V1 in. On the base of the left column on the 
left hand side is inscribed : MATHEUS - IN ■ a 1. (CAP). Purchased in 1 90a . 

XVI century (second half). 

348. Tarquinius and Lucretia. 

Poplar; +l"4 by 63 in;, h. h. 4\ in. 

Purchased at the sale of Mr. P. Vef Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam 1885. 
348, Joseph and the wife of Potiphar. 

Poplar : 41^ by 63 in., h. h. 4^ in. 

The Nos. 348 — 349 »re in the style of Jan Massijs (1509—1575), 
300. The last Judgment and the Seven capital Sins. A repre- 
sentation of the damned being thrown by devils in the burning 

bottom of hell. 

O. It by 34% in., h. f. 314 in. Acquired at Doetichem, 1881. 
351'. An allegorical representation of the rapacity of the 

clergy. 

O. 45^ by 80 in., h. f. 12% in- Purchased in 1883. 



4 o ANONYM. WORKS of the FLEMISH (Vlaamsche) SCHOOL. 

1600 (about). 

352. The "Aula" at Prague. Seen from the inside. A large number 
of figures among whom are some merchants. 

O. 26 by 30^ in., h. f. 2^ in. Painted from an engraving of Aegidius 
Sadeler. Purchased at the sale Copes van Hasselt, Amsterdam (?) 1 881. 

353. Philip III, King of Spain (1578— 1621). Bust length, turned 
towards the right. 

COP. 1 1^ by 9 in., h. h. 4 in. Companion picture to No. 354. Purchased in 1829. 

354. Margaret of Austria (1584— 161 1). Wife of Philip III. Bust 
length, turned towards the left. 

COP. 1 1^ by 9 in., h.h. 4 in. Companion picture to No. 353. Purchased in 1829. 

365. Albert, archduke of Austria (1559 — 162 1). Bust length, 
turned to the right. 

COP. n^ by 9 in., h. h. 4^in. Bought in 1829. 

356. Isabella-Clara-Eug6nie (1566 — 1633). Wife, of the former* Bust, 
turned towards the left 

COP. n^ by 9 in., h. h. 4 iu. Acquired in 1829. 

XV11 century (beginning). 

857. The Garden of Love. In the style of F. Francken, the Younger. 

O. 2 life by 29k in., h. f. 6*4 in. Bought from Fr. Muller & Co., 1901. 

358. See No. 1848a. 

anonVmous works of undetermined schools. 

359. Montezuma II, Emperor of Mexico. 

COP. ov. 2 by 1 ^| in., h. h. ^ in. Set in a round box. On the inside 
of the lid is inscribed: » Effigies Montezvmce imperatoris Mexici per Ferdi- 
nandum del Campo ad vivani tmaginem factaz. 
From the collection of miniatures formerly in the Mauritshuis. 

360. Catharine II, Empress of Russia (1729 — 1796). Bust, turned 
towards the right. 

C. 24% by 19 in., nat. size. In a frame ornamented with imperial insignia. 
Formerly the property of the family Hovy, who, from the time of Peter 
the Great, has been in intimate relations with the Court of Russia. 
Purchased at Utrecht in 1900. 

361. Paul I, Emperor of Russia (1754 — 1801), as a youth. Bust 
length, full face. 

C. 22^ by 18 in., nat. size. 

From the store-room of the Royal Cabinet of pictures, the Hague 1885. 

ANRAADT (Pieter van), of Utrecht. Was married at Deventer in 
1663 and was burried in that town the 13 th of April 1678. Lived 
already at Deventer in 1660 and settled in Amsterdam from 
1672 to 1675. 

362. Six governors and a doorkeeper of the "Oude-Zijds- 
Huiszitt ennuis" of Amsterdam, 1675. The governors are 
represented full length, seated round a table covered with a 
Smyrna cloth. Their names are: Albertus Reynst, Jan Claesz. 
van Beuningen, Bonaventura van Dortmond, Anthony Hoevenaer, 
Arnout van de Cruys and Ferdinand Bol. The latter painted 
his own portrait in the picture. 



34°- Flemish school. XV. century. 




368. Aett van Am 



391. Hendrick Avercnmp. 



347. Flemish school. About 1550. 






L */)i** c/ t2, i reWUm 



*4 yk 34 

%&,£.£. r* P<cw 

Signed to the ' " 

right. From the 

"Ouoe-Zijds- 

Huisiittenbuis" 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

363. The warrior's leavetaking. An officer, escorted by a large 
number of horsemen, is taking leave of his wife and children in 
front of the porch of his castle. The painter himself is present, 
holding his palette ans his brushes. 

C. 61 in. by 2% yds 7 in., h. f. iS in. 

The original signature which was still on the picture in i860, was then 
replaced by that of Gerard ter Borch, but this name has lately been 
effaced. (Information supplied by Mr. J. Ph. van der Kellen). Purchased 
in London, with the pecuniary assistance of the Rembrandt Society. 

364. A man's portrait. Bust, 
turned towards the right 

C. 31^ by 25% in., nat. sine. /-"- » \j^ 

Dated 167 1 and signed to the ^ Sf g*. 

Utrecht 1873. ^ta* 

365. Portrait of a woman. Com- 
panion picture to the preceding. 
Bust, turned towards the left. 
C 3'* by 251, in., nat size. 
Dated 16ft and signed to the left 
in the background I 
Presented by Messrs C. K. Roos 
& Co., 1886. 

ANTHONISZ. or TEUNISSEN (Cornells), born towards the year 
1500 at Amsterdam, died probably about 1553. Made several 
sea voyages and between times resided in Amsterdam. W. 

366. Seventeen arquebusiers of the town of a 
Amsterdam fully equipped for warfare, ® 
belonging to Rot A (company a). A mountainous 
landscape forms the background of the picture. 

Signed and dltedi _Al1t1G ) ^ \ \ \ 

From the "Kloveniers- ' ' * / I 

doelen" (Arquebusiers' Hall). Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

ANTHONISSEN (Hendrick van d'), born in 1605, died after 1655, 

probably in Amsterdam where he did most of his work. In 1632 

he resided at Leyden and in 1635 at Leyderdorp. fan Porcelth 

was his brother-in-law. 

366a. Three Portuguese galleons taken by surprise in the 






42 ANTHONISSEN. 



bay of Goa on Sept. 30 th 1639, by a Dutch Squadron 

under the command of Cornells Symonsz. van der Veer. 

C. 60 by 98^ in., m /*,*! 

.. -)&3£f£$& H • V • Am H out 5 S E N . fi S 1 1 

Purchased in Arffeter- /\°, J. I 4 ^K ^^55^^ 

dam 1903. ' \ ' / ' I J .7 

ANTOLINEZ (Jos6), born at Sevilla in 1639, died at Madrid in 1676. 
"367. The coronation of the Virgin. (Attributed to this painter by 
Mr. A. Bredius.) 

C* 55^ by 45^ in., nat. size. 

Purchased by King William I at Antwerp and sent to the Museum in 1822. 

ANTUM (Aert van), Dutch painter of sea views. His works are 

dated "between 1604 and 16 18. 
368. Naval battle between the English and Dutch ships and 
the Invincible Armada, off Dover, on August 22* 1588. 



O. 16 by^2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 




On a floating bale the date: Anno 1608. ^ A ** T AWTW 

< Bought iu the "Brakke Grphd" at Amsterdam 1875. 

369. The State yacht (Statenyacht) sailing past Usselmonde, 

August MDCXVII. View of the Maas, 
crowded- with numerous boats. In the back- 
ground the casile.and village of IJsselmonde. 

O. 16 by 32 in. Signed on a Dutch flag: 

To the right, on a floating piece of board, the 

date: anno 1&18. On the back" of the panel the ^^ \\\ 

subject of the picture is indicated with pen and-^*' o*T 

ink. Sale H. G. Mulder, Amsterdam 1869, an< i A^ 

S. B. Bos, Amsterdam 1888. 

APOL (Lodewyk-Franciscus-Hendrik), born at the Hague Sept. 
6 th 1850. Pupjl of Joh. Frans Hoppenbrouwers and of Pieter 
Stortenbeker. Is living and working in his native town. 

• 370. A day in January. Sunset in a wood covered with snow. 

C 36^ by 47% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Louis Apolftyj. 
Engraved by P. J, Arendzen. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1875. 

AJPOSTOOL (Cornells), boxn at Amsterdam the 6 th August 1762, 

" died there February 10 th 1844. In 1809 he was appointed 

Director of the Royal Museum and from .1814 till his death he 

filled the post pf Director of the State Museum at Amsterdam, i? -AT. 

371. An Italian landscape with a waterfall, near Tivoli. 

C. 30% by 42 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: C. Apostool ft. 
Acquired in 1896. 

APPEL (Jacob), was born at Amsterdam in 1680 and died in that 
town May 7 th 1751. Pupil of Timotheus de Graef and of David 
van der Plaes. Principally known as a decorative artist. 

372. Interior of a Doll's house. Supposed to have been the 
miniature house made to order for Czar Peter the Great. 

C. 34^ by 27^ in. Signed at the top on the right: Jacob Appel F. 
In the Dutch Museum. , , . 



ARENTSZs 4* 



ARENTSZ., surnamed Cabel (Arent), was born" at Amstenfetfn 
in 15&5 or 1586 and died there about - October 1635. Son of 
the painter Aert Pietersz. ' . : .■ ' - ' 

373; Anglers and Sportsmen. In the background a river with 

^ -Haoats and, in the distance, a town. 

Oi^ 1 0^1 by 20% in., h. f. 314 in. Signed on a trough, in the centre *. Jt^ 
'^Purchased at the sale S.-B. Bos, Amsterdam 1888.- ... 

374; fisherman and peasants. In the distance an extensive view 
of lEne J polders. ' 

O. jq% hy 20%.. in.,, h. f> .4% in. Same source^ as No. 373. 

375. A sportsman, aiming at a heron, standing on the bank of a 
, \ large sheer qf water. 

;=.- \0<^ by 13^ in., h. f . 3 in. Signed on. a powder pouch: &*. 

Purchased at $ie auction-room Fr. .Muller & Cie., 1902. 

ARTZ V (David-Adolphe-Constant), was born at the Hague the 
18 th December. 1837, died m that town November 5 th 1890. 
Pupilof Jozef Israels. Worked in taris from 1866 to. 1874. - 

$JT$CWith Grannie. Interior of a peasant's dwelling. 

* ' C. 51^ by 3.6 in., h...f. of child 4^ in. Signed at the bottom, on 'the right: 
Ariz. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1884. ; 

377. Scene from the orphanage at Katwijk-Binnen. Some 
'girls are seen doing needlework. 

C*> 38^ by 52 in., h. f. 314 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Arte. 
;'%ent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt at Harlem, since 1893. ■"" . 

AS or ASCH (Pieter Jansz. van), was bom at Delft in 1603 and 
buried in that town June 6 th 1678. Inscribed in the guild in 1623. 
378^ View on a river. Along the bank are dotted farmhouses 
shaded by the thick foliage of large trees. A boat is crossing 
- the water. a* 

0. 10% by 15^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: fi/ A 

Purchased at the auction-room Fr. Mufier & Co. 1902. 

•>379. A wpoded landscape, traversed by a river making a small waterfall. 

O, 39^ by 28^ in., h. f. 4 in. Signed to the right: O 

Sale Sigault, Amsterdam December 3d 1833. Collection van A^/V ^ 

der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. Ar^ 

ASSCHE (Henry van), was born at Brussels August 30 th 1774 and 
died there April 10 th 1841. Pupil of Jean Baptiste de Roy. L. 

380. A torrent in the Ardennes. View taken at sunset. 

'*" - "O. 5414 by 47^ in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed at the bottom on the left: Hry 
vdh Ass£he y 1821.' Purchased at ari exhibition, Amsterdam 1828. 

ASSELBERGS (Alphonse), born at Brussels June 19 th 1839. Pupil 
* . . \of E; Huberti. w ^ 

381. The sun setting on the Campine. 

C. 48% by 80 in. Signed on the left at the bottom: Alp> Asselbergs. 
Presented by Miss A. H. H. Horneman, 1885. 

ASSELYN (Jan) surnamed "Krabbetje", because of the difformity 
of one of his hands. He was born at Dieppe in 16 10 and buried 
at Amsterdam October 3 d 1652. Worked for a long time in Rome. 




44 ASSELYN. 



882. The enraged swan. He defends his brood against a dog 
swimming towards the nest. From this painting has afterwards 
been made an allegory on the watchfulness of Johan de Witt by 
painting under the swan: »DE RAADPENSIONARIS« (Grand 
pensionary); on one of the eggs in the nest: 
^HOLLAND* and over the dog: »DE VIANT f/j 

VAN DE ST A AT c (the enemy of the State). § // 

C. 56^ by 69 in., nat. size. Signed to the right at the bottom : ^r? 

Purchased at the sale Gildemeester, June n'h 1800. ^^ £ 

From the National Museum, 1808. 

383. A cavalry charge. On barren and broken ground ; at sunset. 

O. 1914 by 29^ in., h. f. on horseback, 7 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: /7 >/V^ /• 

Sales van der Linden van Slingelandt, Dordrecht mCifll pMarfrt/lWi 

1785, and Daniel de Jongh Az., Rotterdam *V^ \ / A f 

1 8 10. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. # f • ) If *f 6 • 
Bequeathed by E. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

384. Italian landscape. Near some roman ruins a party of muleteers 
with their mules; to the left is seen a river passing 
under a stone bridge. 

C. 2614 by 32*4 in., h. f. 4% in. Signed to the right: 

From the sale of the Bagot cabinet, 1836. 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since i88$- 

385. The remparts of a town on a winter's 
day. A decayed bridge near one of the gates. 

C. 2914 by 4 1 14 in., h. f. 4 in. Signed at the bottom 
to the right. From the collection van Winter. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. lnsinger, born van Looa, 1903. 



J? 




ASSEN (Jan van), was born at Amsterdam in 1635 
and died there in 1695. 
386. A man's portrait. Bust length turned towards 



a man s portrait. ±mst lengin turned towards a o t ^^^ 
the right. Jl.JQOV' 

COP. ov. 5 by 4 in., h. f. 2 in. ft A 

Signed to the right in the background: I If Jl 

Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1887. c/ Js. tfl « 

AST (Balthasar van der), born at Middelburg close upon 1590. 
His name figures among the members of the painters' Guild of 
Utrecht. In 1632 he resided at Delft, where he still lived in 1656. 
887. A nosegay in a glass bottle. On the table a fewjshells. 

°- 2314 by 17 in., real size. /T\ ^^ A 

Signed at the bottom on the left: \~*\ C^OAIOCY • K-ST • 

Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1893. ~^ \^j V J V * 

387a. Flowers and fruit displayed on a table. By the side 

some shells and a bouquet of flowers r> nrT) if X 

in a vase of china porcelain. J3 * \~*j " "W • MST * 

O, 15% by 27^ in., real size. Signed to the left: s** ^ 

and to the right: I 1 O 

SVco^Shthe -3 • pa** ** i4 sr ./<■ • 

medium of the Rem- ^ ' ^ 

brandt Society, 1 904. / 6 *2. / 



3 82. Jan Asaelyn. 



337. Spanish school. XVII. century. 



333. Italian school. XVII t 



ATTAMA. 45 



ATTAMA (J.), was inscribed in the registers of the "Klein Bulger- 
recht" at Groninguen in 1659. 

388. Portrait of a young man. Bust, turned 
towards the right. 



j.Jukma.J< 



jrnari ami i\, o. ucuc. 



O. 28ft by 24 in., nat. size. I /C -<*• -^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 9 \J O & • 

To the left on the top ; Aetatjj. Purchased at the sale Borger-Joosten, 1882. 

AVED (Jacques-Andr6 Joseph), born at Douai January 12* 1702, he 
settled in Paris in 172 1, at the Hague from 1751 to 1753, and died in 
Paris March 4 th 1766. Was pupil of B. Picart and A. S. Belle. 

389. Prince William IV of Orange- 
Nassau (171 1 — 175 1), full-length 
figure, standing. 

C. 42*4 by 26ft in., h. f., whole length, 31^ in. 1 v* 

Signed in the foreground to the right: v-/ f *f f 

Engraved by J. J. Balichouand J.Houbraken. / r** f 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

390. Prince William IV of Orange-Nassau, full length figure, standing. 
In the background a sea with warships. A repetition of the precedent. 
C. 2 yds 17 in. by 68 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
J. Aved f. ifs*> From the National Museum the Hague 1808, and hill 
1876 in the store-room of the Mauritshuis. 

AVERCAMP (Hendrick) surnamed »de Stomme van Kampen* 
(the Mute of Kampen), born at Amsterdam Jan. 25 th 1585, died 
at Kampen in or after 1663, where he had settled since 1625. 
Before that date he worked in his native town. 

391. Skating on a frozen stream near a village with, in 

the distance, a drawbridge. iJ|f[ 

O. 14^ by 28 in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed on a tree, to the left: J*M 
Purchased at the sale Snouck van Loosen, Enkhuizen 1886. 

392. Winter. A frozen stream with numerous figures close by a few 
' r farmhouses; in the distance a church and a castle. 



O. 30^ by 52 in., h. f. 3% in. Signed to the right T 
on a door: 



AV 



Formerly in the collection G. de Clercq, at Amsterdam. 
Purchased with the pecuniary aid of the Rembrandt 
Society, in 1897. r 

BABUREN (Dirck or Theodore van), said to have been born at 
Utrecht in 1570 and to have died there in 1624. He studied 
under Paulus Moreelse and later in Italy, where he came under 
the influence of Caravaggio. E. 
393. Prometheus bound in 

cir 



chains by Vulcan. In the T"*! ^T\ iL A /* J7 9 

background is the figure of ♦ ± V]J J^MPUIVL p CI 



Mercury. / 

C. 79ft by 72ft in., nat. size. Signed at ^rf - N^ 

the bottom on the right: 
Collections Isaak van den Blooken, Amster- 
dam 1 707 and Scholl, at Maintz. Presented 
by Mr. J. von Loehr, German Consul at Cairo, 1893. 



46 BABUREN, 



Sfl4. The 4rO-between. A group of three figures seen to the waist 
N C 39% «^ty 37li in «» nat - size,^ Presented by 'Mr. G. de Clerfco/. to the 
town of Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum since 1898* 

BACKER^ (Adriaen), born at Amsterdam in 1635 or 1636 and 

buried there May 23 d 1684. Resided for a long time in Rome. 

396. The anatomical lesson by Professor Frederick Ruysch 

* : (1638 — 1 731). In the centre of a group; the dead body bfaman 

•'is lying on a table, fore-shortened- and the face turned towards 

the spectator. Around -the Professor are standing: Leendert 

Fruyt, Oilles HbndeCoeter, Jores van Loon,' Jacob Brand* Rogier 

. " de Kjoe% and^Aert van Swieten.'- > . . 

r C. '. 66^ in, by, 2 yds 14 in., jaat. size. Signature done over again: 
'^^A. Backer y> -and "the date: 1670. Formerly the property of the Sturgeons' 
v '- guild. Lent 'by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

396. The' inspectors of the "Collegium Medicum " at Amster- 
dam, ^1683. The figures, painted full length, are seated around 
a table and receive a communication from the attendant Sieuwert 
van Duynen. tThe portraits in this picture are. those of thrSe 
physicians^ Egbertua Veen, Bonaventura van Dortmont and Joan 
Verwout; two apothecaries: Johannes de Yries, his son and 
Jacobus Danckertsz. de Rij. "" 

C. 2 yds 30^ in. by 4 yds 5 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom on the right : 





From the Board Room of the commission' of medical inspection at 
Amsterdam. Lent by that town since 1885. . 

397. Portrait of Daniel Sifillus, pastor at Alkmaar, seated, seen 
nearly full face, making syft~*' 

a gesture with his right x^J J 

C. 4214 by 35 in., nat. size. ^S&0%JCL'C /* C 

Dated at. the top on the 
; r - . right: Aetati* suae 61, and 



signed* at the bottom on *§ [\ ^^ m _ 



167 




the left: 
Acquired in 1874. 

398. The Chief-commissioners of the "Walen" (inner-ports 
of Amsterdam), 1674. The commissioners are seated around 
a table ; behind them are the chief lock-keeper and the harbour- 
masters. In the background are seen masts of ships. The 
names of the commissioners are : Dirck Claesz. van. Leeck, Jan 
Vlasblom, Wessel Smits and Hendrick Lijnslager. (Attributed 
to this painter). 

C. 77 in. by 3 yds 5% in., nat. size. Dated: 1674. 
Formerly, in, the Hall of the commissioners of the »Walen« in the 

^ , »Schreierstoreh« aj Amsterdam. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

BACKER t Jacob Adriaensz.), born at Harlingen in 1608 or 1609, 
died at Amsterdam August 27 th 1651. Studied first under 



BACKER. 47 




Lambrecht Jacobsz. at Leeuwarden and later, about 1632, came 
to Amsterdam, where his art developped under the influence of 
Rembrandt. He resided and worked in that town till his death. E. 

399* The governors of the " Nieuwezijds Huiszittenhuis" about 
1650. Their names are : LuCas Pietersz, Conyn, Johan Steur, 
Rombout Kemp, Claes van Lith, Cornells Metsue and Isaac 
Commelyn; they are represented full length, seated at a table, 
with the exception of one, who is standing listening to a commu- 
nication . f torn an 

attendant. 

C. 3 yds by 3 yds 

15 in., nat. size. Signed 

at the bottom on the "V X ^^F~f ^^Ejfcfjf^JP Jl S* 

right: ^1 j^r^" ' fc "V r VC<f/ r 

From the »Nieuwe- 

zijds Huiszittenhuis «. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885/ 

BAEN (Jan de), born at Harlem, Febr. 2o* h 1633, died at the Hague, 
March 8 th 1702. Studied at Amsterdam under Jacob Adriaensz. 
Backer. After 1660 Jived and painted at the Hague. Resided 
also for some time in London as painter to the Court. MT. 

400. Five guardians and two lady guardians of the "Werk- 
huis". Supposed to have been : Barend Pietersz. Elias, Thomas 
van Holland, Abraham le Seutre, Jacob Schardinel and Willem 
Kerckering ; Margaretha van der Merckt,wife of Hendrik Brouwer 
and Sara Nuyts, wife of Major Lambert Witsen. With the 
exception of one governor and one lady guardian who are standing, 
they are seated at a table on which lie scattered some coins and 
writing materials. Whole 
length figures. 

C. 2 yds i6in. „ ; ,, ; -„ yr>- f A 

15 in., nat. size. Signed ^^ %J b^QQ 

to the left: 

From the "Werkhuis". Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

401. Johan de Witt, grand pensionary (1625— 1672). Represented 
to the knees; the face, seen three quarters, is turned to the 
right. In the background the public galleries of the States- 
General at the Hague. 

C. 49>4 by 38^ in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 
1808. Acquired in 1806. 

402. Cornells de Witt, burgomaster of Dordrecht, governor 
of Putten, (1623 — 1672). Seen full face to the knees, wearing 
the dress of an admiral. In the background some vessels. 

- • . C 48^4 by -38% in. nat., size. Engraved by Abr. Blotelingh. 
' - . From the* National Museum, the Hague 1 808. 

403. Hieronymus van, Beverningk, lord of Teylingen (16 14 — 1690). 
Ambassador: Seen to the knees; nearly full face, the right arm 
resting on a table. In the background a country mansion. 
Companion to No. 404. 



cTV^THn. „, 3 yds ^i&^'d^cta^e,>f- 



48 BAEN. 



C. 6iift by 48 in., nat. size. 
Signed on the drapery, in the 
centre towards the left: 



M.& 



Engraved by Hendr. Bary and i€ry J / J — o~* 7f»ri+ 
J. Houbraken. Purchased at ^SjJLJC * -T^^"*"^ 

the sale of the Dowager ! jT* 

Baroness Tan Utenhove van Heemstede, J (j *7Q 
Utrecht 1880. S 

404. Joanna le Gillon (1635— 1706), wife of the former, standing, 
seen to the knees, the face turned towards the left She wears a 
white satin dress. In the background a country mansion. 

C. 61 ^ by 48 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 303. 

405. The dead bodies of the brothers de Witt, hanging by the 
feet from a gibbet. 

"C. 27^ by 22 in., h. f. 9 in. Engraved by R. Roghman. From the 
National Museum, the Hague 1808. Exchanged in 1802 for a painting 
of Melchior d' Hondecoeter. 

406. The Apotheosis of Corn, de Witt. In the distance is seen 
the fleet on its way to Chatham. Copy. 

C. 29^4 by 40 in., h. h. 2% in. In a beautifully carved frame. A duplicate 
of this picture is in the Mauritshuis. The original is an etching by 
Romein de Hooghe and at a later date has been engraved by S. Fokke. 
In the Dutch Museum. Purchased at the Hague 1 875. 

BAILLY (David), was born at Leyden in 1584, lived in that town 
from 16 1 3 and died there in 1657. Was a pupil of Jacques de 
Gheyn in his native town, and of Cornelis van der Voort, at 
Amsterdam. He visited Germany and Italy. 

407. Maria van Reigersbergh (1589 — 1653). Wife of Hugo de 
Groot; bust length, turned towards the left. 

C. 7% by 5 > in., and dated 

b. h. 2 in. Signed .^ 

at the bottom to/]/y 

the left: 

Acquired in 1806. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

408. Portrait of a young man, with a fur cap. Bust, full face. 
Attributed to this painter. 

O. 13^ by 10^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 

Purchased in 1877 with the collection of Jhr. van Heemskerck Tan Beest. 

BAKHUYSEN (Ludolf), born at Embden December 18 th 1631, buried 
at Amsterdam November 17 th 1708, in which town he settled in 1650. 
Pupil of Allert van Everdingen and of Hendrick Dubbels. E.-MT. 
400. Portrait of the painter by himself, seated, 
whole length figure. 

C. 2 yds 2^d in., by 59 in., nat. size. Signed on 
a book at the bottom of the picture: 



n and dated ^ 



^P^ 



Of this portrait, dated 1 699, an engraving -^>^^^*^"%J^ 

an etching by the artist himself and a V^ ^"O 



au burin has been made by J. Houbraken, 



mezzotint by himself or by J. Gole. O 

Presented by the painter to the »Stads-Kunstkamer (cabinet of art) in 1 699, 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 



BAKHUYSEN. 



49 




410. The Embarkation of Johan de Witt, on board the Dutch 
fleet, in his capacity of Plenipo- 
tentiary for the States-General, 
13 th September 1665. 

C. 3614 by 55 in., h. f. 9 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. Sale C. Josi, 1805. 

411. The Y off Amsterdam. View taken from the "Mossel- 
steiger" (mussel quay), in calm 

weather. In the distance, ships at / /\^m ^ 

anchor. <J Uj <J 

C. 32 by 2614 in., h. f. 5ft in. 7 D \ I 

Signed on a chest : / t< /YflC fjU U 

Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot ■*— ' M - J % <^-'^ ,%/ J/ 

van Groenevelt, Rotterdam 1808. 

412. Rough sea. Boats struggling against the waves. 
To the right in the foreground, a part of the 
coast with figures. 

C. 22ft by 27ft in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed to the right on a cask : 
Same source as No. 411. 

413. The Zuyderzee. A small fishing smack, the men 
of which are* drawing their nets. A little way oif is 
seen a vessel, full canvas spread. 

C. 14ft by 18 in. On a small board the date: x 

and on the pennon, to the right, >**■"— >* /"* 

the signature: CG K /iKlI\1.«v0 

Bought in 181 2 by Mr. Schouman _/\2*s *^ 

from D. Weiland of Rotterdam. p**^' 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1 850. Bequeathed by L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

414. The "Haarlemmer Meer". In the foreground a sailing boy 
and in the distance villages with towers and » n 

wind-mills. L- Hctckh. 

C. 1714 by 24% in. Signed at the bottom, to the left : 
Purchased at the sale J. M. de Boer, 1840. Collection van der Hoop. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1 885. 

415. View of the Y off Amsterdam. Some boats are slowly making 
way through angry looking billows. 

C. 25% by 29^ in. Signed on a cask: If 

Bought from W. Esser in 1828. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. ttr3 
Bequeathed by L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

416. View of the Y near Amsterdam. In the foreground a quay 
with several groups 

of people. f -J^ ^ / 

C. 27% by 32 in., h. f. y^rfjQ dfcJ L 

t\ in. Signed at the f^JT~\J /J /7 Cs A' 
bottom to the right : V^^^^^X ■ m y -yr vm j .--^ 

Sale A. Brondgeest, 1836. ^ — ^^^ V { ^r \^\^f J 

Collection van der Hoop. 
"• Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 






5Q BAKHUYSEN. 




417. View of the Building-yard of the Admiralty, at Amsterdam. 

0., pen and ink sketch, 15 by 27^ in., h. f. 2% in. 

Signed on a board at the bottom of the picture: ^. < ZJ•gc^f«*yJ* ,I •'*■"*■ 

Purchased at an auction in Amsterdam, 1887. 

418. A painter in his studio taking a 
lady's portrait. 

C. 36 by 27ft in., h. I 17 in. 
Signed on two books' lying on the floor at 
the right hand side of the picture : 
Bought at_an auction at Amsterdam, 1888. 

BAKHUYSEN (Lud.) and HELST 

(Barth. v. d.). See Nos. 1 146 and 1147. 

BAKHUIJZEN (Hendricus van de Sande), was born' at the Hague, 
January 2 d 1795 and died there December 12 th i860. Pupil of 
S. A. Krausz. E - L. 

419. £ landscape in Guelders. A flock of sheep, grazing, tended 
by a shepherd. 

v .. O. 21% by 1 8ft in. Signed at the bottom, to the left : H. Bakhuijzen/, 1S18, 
Purchased at an exhibition, Amsterdam 181 8. 

420. The ruins of the castle of Brederode, seen from the East. 

"^ C 44ft by 58^ in. Signed at the bottom, to the right: If. v. d. Sande 
Bakhuijzen F. 1827. Purchased at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1828. 

BAKHUIJZEN (Gerardina Jacoba van de Sande), was born at 
the Hague, July 27^ 1826 and died there September 19 th 1895. 
Pupil of her father Hendricus van de Sande Bakhuijzen. 

421. Flowers and Fruit, arranged on a stone slab. 

C. 27 by 36^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: G. J. v. d. S. 
Bakhuijzen 1869. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1869. 

BAKHUIJZEN (Julius Jacobus van de Sande), born 18 June 
1835 at the Hague, settled in that town. Pupil of his father 
Hendricus van de Sande Bakhuijzen. E. 

422. Twilight. A landscape in Drenthe. 

C. 2\\ by 37^4 in., h. f. z\ in. Signed at the bottom, to the right: 
J. v, d. Sande Bakhuijzen 1882. Purchased at an exhibition, Rotterdam 1 882. 

BARKER KORFF (Alexander Hugo), born at the Hague 31 
August 1824, died 28 January 1882 at Leyden, where he resided 
since 1856. Pupil of Cornells Kruseman. 

423. Under the palm. In a richly furnished apartment are two old 
ladies in admiration over a small palm standing on a little table. 

M. 6% by 5*fe in., h. f. seated 4 in. Signed to the right, near a chair: 
A. H. Bukker Korff 1880. Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1881. 

BALEN I (Hendrik van), was born at Antwerp in 1575, worked in 
that town and died there 17 th July 1632. Pupil of Adam van Noort. 

424. Bacchus doing homage to Diana. The group is seated in 
the centre of a landscape, surrounded by numerous figures. 

O. 15^ by 20^ in., h. f. seated 9% in. From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809s 



BALTEN. ss 



BALTEN or BALTHASAR (Pieter) or Pieter de Costere 
Baltens. This name is found in 1540 among those of the 
members of. the "St. Xucasgild" (painters* guild) of Antwerp. 
Karel van Mander . mentions him as inscribed in 1579 (?)* He 
died probably in that town about 1598; The development of his 
' art was greatly due to the influence of Peter Brueghel the Elder. B-E. 

426. The Martinmas fair. Several figures are crowding round 
a tun placed on a raised stand. To *-*k TTr? TT~ r~> 

the tight, St. Martin on horseback, I IlEi 1 feirV/ 

O* 43ft by 5 8ft in., b. f. 10^ in. Signed 
on a >stone in the foreground to the left : 
Bought in 1875. 

BAN (Gerbrandt), was born at Harlem in 161 3 and worked at 




Amsterdam till about 1652. Was also a picture dealer; 
Portrait of a young man, seated, seen to the.wa 

COP. ov. 9 by 7 in., h..h. 2% in. Signed on the left: 



K,\jr* ov. 9 dv 7 m., n..n. z% in. oignep. on me leu: -i #T «*o 

. Purchased at the sale J. H. Cfemer, Amsterdam, 15 June 1 880. ' } ? a 

BARBIERS (Pieter Pietersz.), was born at Amsterdam 26 October 
1748 and died there 26 October 1842. Pupil of his father, the 
decorative, artist . Pieter Barriers. E - L. 

427. A farmhouse near flelvdoft. 

O. 16^ by 14^ in., h.f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left:. .P. Barbiers. 
From the collection of modern pictures, at Harlem, 1885. 

BARENTSZ. (Dirck), was born at Amsterdam in 1534 and buried 
there 26 JMay 1592. Pupil of his father called "Doove Barent" 
(deaf Barent). Went to Venice and worked under Titian. Settled 
in his native town in 1562. Through his marriage, was connected 
with, some of the f rst families of Amsterdam. 

428. A group of fourteen members of the civic guard in, 1562. 
Seven of them are seated at the banqueting table ; the remainder 
are standing in a line behind. The figures are seen to the waist v 

O. 56^ in. by 2 yds, nat. size. Dated at the top, to the left: 

/ r\\ r <r On the right, the x-^ 

^Amio q L hrifio tiofo ts6* . ^^ \J 

One. of the *• «~ .»• Originally belonging to the "Doelen" 

figures holds \ 'Y\ \|t"Y\f\ (H?U) of the Cross-bowmen and 

a piece of \ 1 V N 1 l\v formerly in the passage leading to 

. K • / tne room of the minor Court-Martial 

paper witn 'V)/)^ ntl at Amsterdam. Lent by the town 

the saw: Yvl U LLT> ♦ since 1885. 

439. Banquet of the civic guard in 1566, named the " Pos- 

eters" (eaters of bull-head). Eighteen figures, seen to the waist, 
are seated . at a table eating bull-head and bread. A woman 
brings in a dish of bull-head. ««. 

(X 47ft in. by 3 yds 7^ in., nai. k 4 /=? \\ ' jf /* 

the matricula of the company. *=* 



Originally belonging, to the " Doelen" (Hall) of the Arquebusiers. Formerly 



5a BARKNTSZ. 



on the landing of the minor Court-Martial in the ancient town-hall at 
Amsterdam. Lent by the town, since 1885. 

480. The company of captain Reynst Pietersz. in 1585* A group 
of 32 figures, 28 of which only are seen. They are represented 
half length, forming two rows the one above the other. 
O. 63 in. by 4 yds, nat. size. The figures are arranged according to the 
following scheme. Nos. 4, 10, 13, 32 are wanting; they have been repainted. 

67 11 

3 5 8 9 ^ 2 12 14 15 

17 19 21 23 24 26 28 30 

16 l8 20 22v I 25 27 29 31 

No. 1. Reynst Pietersz., captain; 2. Claes Claesz. Kruys, ensign bearer; 
3. Claes Engelen; 11. Jan Banningh; 15. Sybrant Bam; 16. Willem Bitter; 
17. Pieter Martsz. Kodde; 18. Wm. van Kampen; 19. Pieter Claesz. Boer; 
20. Heindr. van Marken; 21. Gerrit Jacobs Verwer; 22. Frederik 
Frederiksz. Serwouters; 23. Laurens Jacobsz. Reael; 24. Cornells Pietersz. 
Hooft; 25. Dirck Thymansz. ; 26. Hans van Nes; 27. Cornells Symonsz. 
Jonkheyn; 29. Jan de Bisschop; 31. Heindr. Laurensz. Spiegel; 32. Heere- 
man, the usher. Originally belonging to the Bowmen-Hall and formerly 
on the wall facing the "Kunstkamer" (cabinet of art) of the old town-hall 
of Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1885. 

431. Corporation picture with twenty-four figures, represented 
half length, forming three rows 
raised above each other. One of 
the personages is Bailiff Verdoes. 

O. 61 in. by 2 yds 18^ in., nat. size- 
On the top to the right the date inter 
sected by the matricula of the company : 
Originally the property of the Cross-bow 
Hall and formerly on the landing of the minor Court-Martial room in the 
ancient town-hall of Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1885. 

432. Ferdinand Alvarez of Toledo, duke of Alva (1507— 1582). 
Bust, the face, seen three quarters, is turned towards the right. 
Probably a copy. 

O. 19^ by 15 in., nat. size. Bearing the inscription: Ferdinand Due 
d Alva, On the left the mark : No. 20, and on the reverse of the picture 
the monogram of the Stadtholder William III surmounted by a crown, 
which indicates that probably this picture was formerly at the Loo. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

433. See No. 1644b. 

BASHKIRTSEFF (Marie), born at St. Petersburg in i860, died in 
Paris 31 October 1884. Studied under Rodolphe Julian, Robert 
Fleury and Bastien Lepage. 

434. Portrait of the artist's sister-in-law. Seated and seen to the 

knees. The face in profile is turned to the left. 

C 36ft by 28^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom, to the right : M.B.1881. 
Engraved on wood by Gillot. Presented by her mother M«»e Bashkirtseff, 
born Bananine, 1902. 

BASSEN (Bartholomeus van), born towards 1590, buried at 
the Hague 28 November 1652. In 1613 he became a member 



I 




BASSEN. 53 



/j/jSSE'J 



•K * B/risr * F 



of the St. Luke's Guild of Delft. In 1 62 2 he settled at the Hague 
and afterwards was appointed architect of the town. His works 
bear the sign of the influence of Hendrick van Steenwijck. 

485. A sumptuous interior at the beginning of the XVII century. 

The numerous figures seen in this picture are 
probably painted by Esaias van de Velde. 

O. 28% by 40 in., h. f. 5^ in. Signed at the bottom 
to the right. A duplicate of this picture, with a few altera- 
tions, is in the Gallery of Darmstadt. Bought in 1876. 

436. A family party. A few ladies of different ages, probably 
belonging to the same family, are gathered in a richly furnished 
apartment. (Attributed to the painter). 
O. 37% by 55ft in., h. h. 14 in. From the Dutch Museum. 

BATIST (Karel), lived in Amsterdam (?) during the middle of the 

XVII century. 
487. A Flower piece. A wreath incircling a recess in which stands 
a glass jar. o 

C. 48ft by 41^ in. 
Signed at the bottom, 
in the centre: 

Presented by Jhr. Otto Smissaert, 1881. 

BAUDEWIJNS (Adriaen Frans), baptized at Brussels, 3 October 
1644 and buried in that town in 171 1. He worked at Brussels 
and Paris, where, with Abr. Genoels, he painted the landscapes 
in the pictures of A. F. van der Muelen. Was the pupil of 
Ignatius van der Stock. JE, 

438. Mountains and valleys. A landscape. J- A "\ 

O. 5% by 7^ in. Signed at the bottom, to. the right: V" , 

Bought of C. F. Roos in 1885. T *' f 

BAUER (Nicolaas), was born at Harlingen 23 September 1767, and 
died 28 March 1820* Pupil of his father, Johan Anthonisz. Bauer. E. 

439. Smooth water. View of the Maas. The frigate "Rotterdam" 
is lying at anchor near the town. 

C. 3ifc.by 41^ in. Signed on a floating cask: M Bauer 1807. 

From the National Museum, the Hague j8o8. Transferred from the 

Manritshuis to the Pavilion at Harlem and thence, in 1885, to Amsterdam. 

440. Rough water. A view on the IJ. The warship "Amsterdam" is lying 
at anchor on the westernside of the quay. Companion to No. 439. 

C* ZPk by 41^ in. Same source as the former No. 

441. The entrance of the Anglo-Dutch fleet in the Bay of 
Algiers, 1816. 

M. 21^ by 30 in. Signed at the bottom, to the left: JV. Bauer 181 8. 
Bought with the three following Nos. from J. L. Heymeyer at Vollen- 
hoven probably in 1822. Transferred in 1848 from the "Mauritshuis" to 
the Pavilion at Harlem, and thence, in 1885, to Amsterdam. 

442. Setting fire to the fleet of Algiers, 1816. 

O. 7.\\ by 30 in. Signed at the bottom, to the left: A. Bauer 1818. 
Same source as No. 441. 



$4 BAUER. 



: 443. The Bombardment of Algiers, 27 August 1816. 

c .M. 2i^> byr29% in.* Signed at the bottom^ to the leftf iV: Bauer 1818. 
Same source as; No. 441, i 

444* Ship's boats going to the rescue of the " Queen Char- 
lotte", commanded by Lord Exmouth, 26 August 1816. 

. M. 21^ %y 30 in. Signed at the bottom, on the 'left: A r . Bauer 181 8, 
•* . .-1 Same source as No. 441. 

BEECKMAN (Andries). In a legal document dated 24 August 
1 65 1, he is described. as "painter at Deventer". "'"" , 

j 445. View of Jacatra 

(now Batavia) in the 
island of Java. 
C. 43^4 by 60^ in M 
h. f. 2^ in. Signed at 
the bottom to the right : 
Purchased' in 1859. 

£E£LDEM.AEKESl (Adriaen Cornelisz.), born at Rotterdam about 
^; 1^25^ Itfied at the, ^Hague; after 170HTTIS known to have resided 
,! at Leyaerf;'ajiji f libra -\6yp at the Hague. ••'."• 

446. A sportsman wiih his dogs. Hie" "man, in a red coat, makes 
a bright patch against a grey sky in a mountainous landscape. 
C. 62^ in. by 2 yds 17 in., nat. size, m * » 





Signed on the gun : i n y J j J / 

S;^ 6 * w - Gruyter ' Am - : ft- (efhr-mmcr 

BEELT (Cornelis), was living at Harlem about 1660. 

447. The sailing of the " Hollandsche Haringvloot" (the fleet 
^pf the herring fishery). 

C. 44^ in. by 2 yds 8 in. Signed at the bottom, If fippl't 

to the right. Presented by Mr. W. E. Pappelendam, 1885. *-A* U"l'l ; ; 

448. View of the Market place, at Harlem, taken during the 
1 reading of an edict of the States of Holland. The magistrates 

are sitting on the decorated scaffold, raised against the town-hall. 

C. 40^ by '58 in., h. f. 10 in. Signed to the ys. f 

left, on the wall: . if I ft 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of f\ UCfl ( 

Amsterdam since 1885. ^^/ V_ *^«-^L 

BEERSTRATEN (Abraham). Was probably a brother to Jan 
Abrahamsz. (See below.) Worked principally at Amsterdam. 
, There are proofs of his having lived between 1639 and 1665. 

449. The Harlem Gate at Leyden. A winter view taken from outside 
the town. ^^, ^ j— 

at the bottom, sy 

to the left: . +/ . • 

Sale H. Muilman, 1 81 3. Bequeathed by Jhr. ], S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 



4l8. Dirck Jiarentsz. 



446. A. C. lieeldenmelier. 



468. C. P. Berchem. 



BEERSTRATEN. 55 



C. 37 by 50 in. 

Signed at the bottom, 

Lent V the heirs of /[ *7) tJyJ mf(L^Jt^ 'M # 

Mrs. P. M. N. van /£ , J301] J *" "" 

Holthe tot Echten, at *^ // 

Assen, 1885. , 

BEERSTRATEN (Anthonie), was working at Amsterdam at the 
' same time as the other two painters Beerstraten, Jan and Abraham ; 
^ he was perhaps their brother. 

451. View of the "Dam" at Amsterdam, with the new town- 
hall in progress of erection. (This picture has been attributed 

to the painter by Mr. A. Bredius). 

C. 32 by 39% in., h. f. i\ in. An anonymous donation through the 

medium of Mr. A. Bredius and the picture dealer F. Kleinberger, Paris 19OQ. 

BEERSTRATEN (Jan Abrahamsz.), baptized at Amsterdam 31 May 
1622, resided in that town and died there in July 1666. 

452. The old town-hall of Amsterdam after the fire of 7 
July 1652. 

C.44 by-§ 8 in., h.f. 3 \ in. Signed 
'at the bottom, to the left: 
. From a sale at Amsterdam, 18 18. 

453. The "Paalhuis'V and the new bridge near the Y, at 
Amsterdam. A snow scene. 

C. iVk by l?\ in., h. f. 

N- 4% i^ -: Signed at the f T» T * RRiJ'TR AT £^* • 
bottom to the left : A* DttlSP^ * 

Engraved by W. Unger. From the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

454. A winter scene. Groups of skaters on a broad canal.* In the 
immediate foregrounds, a village church. 

C- 37^ by $2\ in., h.f. 2\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 





dtv$-tt<dtn^ ) t '?) 



$ale Meijnders, 1838. Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of 
Amsterdam since 188$. 

455. Seafight between the English and 
the Dutch, off Ter Heyde, 10 
August 1653. 

C. 69*4 in. by 3 yds 2\ in. Signed at the 
bottom, to the left, on a floating piece of wood : 
From the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 
1808. • ' 

BEEST (Sy brand van), born in 16 10, probably at the Hague where 
he lived between 1640 and 1670. He then removed to Amsterdam, 
where he was buried 27 January 1674, 




5 6 BEEST. 



466. The vegetable market, in a town. en *> 

0. 18% by 24^ in. Signed to the right on a cask: ^>XPCtSt^ 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 16 4 * 

457. The envoys of the Czar of Muscovy going in State to 
the Assembly of the States General, 4 November 1631. 

O. 18^ by 31^ in., h. f. 10 in. 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Storm van de Chijs, Delft 1895. 

BEET (G. D.), Dutch painter of the middle of 
the XVII century. 

458. Portrait of the painter himself (?) half 
length figure, the face slightly turned towards 
the right. # ^J 

C. 29^ by 24 in., nat. size. Signed to the right : jVC^*!^ 
From the sale of the collection Hoch at Munich, J J 
18*92, and of J. F. van Lennep, Amsterdam 1893. 

BEGA (Cornells Pietersz.), baptized at Harlem, 15 November 1620, 
died in that town 27 August 1664. Pupil of Adriaen van Ostade. 
Worked in Harlem. Visited Germany in 1653. E. 

.459. A musical entertainment. A party of country people are 
gathered in a kitchen on a festive occasion. 




Ub4e*~ 



e> 



C. 19 by 16^ in., h. f. 7% in. Signed at the bottom, to the ^/P 
right. From the sale Antony Sydervelt, Amsterdam, 1 766. C6»y^« 
Cabinet van Heteren. Purchased in 1809. 

460. Grace before meals. An old man and a young woman are 
seated at dinner opposite to each other. y 

C. 14^ by \\\ in., h. f. b\ in. Signed at the j/* s 

bottom, to the right : f ^£*f* M ipO\ 

Engraved by F. W. Buraieister. Bought at the ~^J S 

sale J. Smith and Sons, 1834. 
Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

BEGEYN (Abraham), born at Leyden in 1637 or 1638; died 11 June 
at Berlin, where he was Court painter since 1688; lived at 
Leyden, Amsterdam and the Hague, visited Italy and France. 

461. Brigandage. A party of country men driving their cattle are 
attacked by robbers. 

C. 5814 in. by 2 yds 6^ in., f=*^ STir^i * * 

h. f. %\ in. Signed at the [ ff^lr^\ /f) /ffl /Oil HTI^1\ 





bottom, to the right: 
Bought at Amsterdam in 
1889. 

BEHR (Carel Jacobus), born at the Hague 9 July 181 2, died 

.10 November 1895. Pupil of Barth. Joh. van Hove, — and 
CRAEYV ANGER (Gijsbertus), born at Utrecht 21 October 18 10, 

died in that town 17 July 1895. Was a pupil of Jan Willem 

Pieneman. E. - Z. 
462. Ramparts. Close by, a powder magazine in front of which a 

soldier is mounting guard. 

Walnut, 1914 by 24 in. Signed at the bottom, to the left: C. J. Behr 

Fee. figures par G. Craeyvanger iSjo. 

Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1830. 



BELLE VOIS. 57 



BELLE VOIS (Jacob), was born at Rotterdam in 1621, and. was 
buried there 17 September 1676. Worked also at Gouda and 
Hamburg. 

463. Rough water. Sailing vessels on a broad river. » (* rr 

O. 36^ by 59 in. Signed on a flag: J'M* //a\iO*b 9 

Presented by Mr. G. P. Rouffaer, at Deventer, 1885. ^ w 

463a. A French squadron near a rocky coast. A lady and 
gentleman having been put on shore are walking along the beach. 

O- 23 by 33^ in., h. f. 3% in. Signed - 

at the bottom, on the right: / fi 

Collection Jhr. J. E. van Heemskerck J~\ n f \J I S* 

van Beest. Purchased in 1877. \S /S *~ *> 

463b. A French squadron near a rocky coast. A replica of 
the former No.; a few vessels added on the left-hand side. 
O. i\\ by 38^ in., h. f. 3*^ in. Same source as the preceding No. 

BERCHEM (Claes Pietersz.), baptized at Harlem i 8t October 1620, 
died at Amsterdam 18 February 1683. Had several masters, 
among others his father, Pieter Claesz., Claes Moeyaert, Pieter 
de Grebber, Jan Wils (his father-in-law) and Jan Baptist Weenix. 
Lived at Harlem and Amsterdam. Supposed to have been to 
Italy. E. 

464. The ramparts of Harlem. A winter landscape. 1 

On a frozen canal, near a massive round tower, some J3 crn(> (n) 
men are occupied in loading casks on a sledge. ' ^' 

O. 15ft by 19ft in., h. f. 3% in. Signed to^the left on the wall : » fy ^ 
Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. * / 

486. A winter landscape. Near a town, on a frozen canal, two 
men are standing talking by the side of a white horse yoked to 
a sledge, 

O. l $*k by I 9?4 m -> h. f. 3^ in. To the left, on a piece of wood, the 

signature, which is scarcely legible. 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam, 1809. 

466. Cattle crossing a ford. The entire foreground is occupied 
by a ford, into which herdsmen are driving their cattle. 

O. 15 by 24^ in., h. f. 

bottom 

Sale 

kerk, 



15 by 24^ in., h. f. ^^.^ ^^ 

in. Signed at the ^(J S*\ /~***> S~\ ^ 

om to the right: (\ fj / 1. tLs^h 

of Mrs. van Heems- U/ ) C>rC/]frTll . f* JO*V 

:, the Hague 1770. — ^J/ J 

From the cabinet van ^/* 

Heteren, 1809. m—^^^ 

467. The three flocks of sheep. An italian landscape seen at sunset. 
In the background a mountain. ^^ 

O. 1714 by 26^ in., h. f. 314 in. ffC^ /— ,/T^/O 

Signed at the bottom to the right: H\*jvr> *\0Mb ' * ' 

Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, CA^^Cy 17 
Rotterdam 1808. -/ 



5« BERCHEM/ 




, Italian landscape. A river between mountains which in passing 
over blocks of rock forms a small 
waterfall close to the foreground. In 
the immediate foreground shepherdesses . „ 

watching their flocks. x< $^)(T*Cr)(y}7X> • 

C. 35 by 27% in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed at the 
bottom, to the right: 
1 Kale A. Brondgeest, 1836. Collection van der ^ /*V 

Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam 1 ti f fl ' 

since 1885. , 7 U; V 

£69. Italian Ruins, In the foreground a pond / 

., .near /high decayed w^alls; close by, animals J^S^ 
and their drivers. ~ } 

O.. 2014 by 16% in., h. f. 3% in. Signed at the /** 

bottom, to the right: V7^ / 

Sale of the collection H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. I~\prf flf ^T- 

Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. _/—)'' 

470. The ferry boat. In the foreground the figure of a young girl 
on a white horse in the midst of a party of drivers and their 
animals. They are waiting for the ferry boat on which are seen 
a countryman on a mule and . ^ ^^v 

a few head of cattle. nfll\ f ^ 

C. 33 by4i^d in., h. f. on horseback 9 in. / 1» / _} L^ * AAA 

Signed at the bottom, to the left : J \J "\f ' A^C M l/lY* 

"Engraved by J. A. Boknd. ' ^ ^ -^^ V y 

Sales Antonie Sijdervelt, Amsterdam 1766, and Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam 1809. 

471. Italian landscape. In the foreground a few cows and several 
goats, which two young girls are milking. ^*. >^\ 

O. 12 by 14ft in., h. f. 4^ in. ^]X P ^f k*nl 

Signed in the foreground, to. the left: . J- J* 1 ** ™ *'L-* 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

472. Juno and Io. Juno is seen descending from her golden chariot ; 
close by, Io under the form of a white heifer. >-^ •--> 

O. 9% by 12% in., h. f. 4% in. W-\# /vA # 1 1 1 

Signed at the bottom, towards the middle i -S-* • ' 4/11'' * — 

r ; ( Formerly in .{he collection de Clercq, 1899. Purchased from the 
Rembrandt Society in 190 1. 

473. Italian landscape. Shepherds are driving their, flocks along the 
.- , banks of-a fofekbounct lake. • " . 

P-.S^^y 6^ in.\Signed at\ the bottom, to the right: S^^rc^e^l 
Purchased .at the sAle Xi. ^an der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. ' J- 

474. Ruth and Boas. In the near distance, the kneeling figure of 
Ruth to whom Boaz is speaking; 
further off are gleaners gathering 
up the ears of corn. A mountainous 



landscape forms the background.- j A \l nj^l 

r C/'43 by 53%Nin., h. f. 19^ in, , _ J \jj(/» l 

Signed at the bottom, to the left: 
Sale of the collection Bicker " ^ van ^ 
Swieten, the Hague 1731. Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 





BERGHEMJ - 59 





475. An allegory of the growth of Amsterdam, The itnaitf of 
Amsterdam in the midst 
of the gods and god- 
desses of the Olympus. 

C. 68 by 23^'faL, h. f. - . /cas ■ - 

23^ in. Signed at the / ]/ j £.l C* 

bottom, to the* left :->« 
From the collection Sapor- 
m S\ c V$as 2 1843. QoHection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam Sinte 1885. 

BEFLCrtEM (0? Kj and DOU (G.). See No. 794 ^ 

„..,.- „ ,-» VAN DER HAGEN,(J.), See ^p. 1030. 

BERCKHEYDE (Gerrit Adriaensz.), baptized at- Harlem 6 June 

-^ .1638, died there 10 June 1698, Pupil of his brother Job, Visited 

* <;C Gteirinany and resided for some time at Heidelberg with his 

J>rQtherT Oh their return. f*om this journey both settled at Harlem. 

476. View of the Spaarne, at Harlem. Seen from the quay, where 
some vessels are lying at anchor. / f/ ! 

O. uz^k by 18 in. f Signed at the ^bottom to the <fitr<K. t /»fl 

left, on the wall of the wharf: - CX 

Sale Ad: La Coste, Dordrecht, 1832. - 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. Y 

4?7.Thfe Town-HSll dn the "Dam", atAmsterdam. The build- 
-• ^jngUfc/Ssen from the , front; on the /^ 14 

Ifeft sTde of the " square^ gteaX crowds _ tyf*?f'* / 




C. f^by 16* in., h.f. life in: ? ^B~C**C&. '[_ /I tyjJt 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ; ^ V""'' 

From a sale at Amsterdam in 1828. -' /%^7^. 

itS.View of the "Dam" at Amsterdam. The frontage of the 
^ TQwii-Jiall is seen with the New Church and the public Weighing- 
house, in the open space, figures 
- of burghers, carmen arid traders.' •* •■ .'-/-_/ //• -5L •/>. 

O. 17.4 24* in. r <h. f. 2* : in. ^? Cn 'K hVcK H 7 tk J*™ 

-Signed .'at the bottom to the right:, / # 

Sale of Mrs. J.^Rijfsnyder, 1812. Bequest. D. Franken Dz. r , 1898. 

479. TJje hotel called " Oudezijds-Heerenlogement " at Am- 
feterdkm. Side view. V 

O. 11^ by 16 in., h. i, I ^ Q -X / 7/ ?L 

Signed at the bottom, to the right: J UcmK HfyVC 

• Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1886. , . ' 1 i 

480. The "Heerengracht" at Amsterdam. 

Seen .from the "Nieuwe Spiegelstraat". 

C. 21 by 25 in., h. f. 1 in. Signed at the bottom, 

to the left: 

Same source as the preceding. 

481. The "Dam" at Amsterdam, with the 

Tow*i-Hali s$ Qiv frorn the front. j 

~ C. 20% l>yi2iW^h,f.3i4ih, v Signqd • , , , 

at the bottom, to the left: &e*-SY& S3r#6 /teyvB 

Collection * van dier Hoop... Lent; by *_-^T •* • /(faZ **^~ 

the town of Amsterdam since 1885. ' . 




6o BERCKHEYDE. 



482. The "Dam" at Amsterdam, with the Town-Hal! seen from 

the side. 

O. 17% by 25 in., h. f. 2^ ». , . H\ r U -\ 

Signed at the bottom to the right; w f r ' r ' r JS*rtK ncyJe 

Engraved by C. L. van Kesteren. '^9 4 

Same source as the former No. 

483. The flower market at Amsterdam. View taken in the 
direction of the Town-Hall. 

C. 17^ by 24 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed on a boat : ^Jtrtlf Sc'*& //efo* 
Same source as No. 481. 

484. The entrance gate of the castle of Egmont. Near the ruins 
of the building, a woman seated 

on a cart is nursing a baby. ^/ / / / . *o 

C. 14 by 18 in., h. f. 314 in. g" ^CXT^ H^/Oc 

Signed at the bottom, to the left: C^,x .: c^C 

Same source as the preceding No. 

BERCKHEYDE (Job or Hiob Adriaensz.), baptized at Harlem 
2 j January 1630, was accidentally drowned in that town 23 
November 1693. Pupil of Jacob Willemsz. de Wet. 

485. View of the interior of the • / ~*v 
Exchange at Amsterdam. 7 T) * assfr h PriflP 

C. 35. by 45* ^ h. f. 10 in. J <jf /^ZfC/\f' I '/ U *~ 

Signed at the bottom, to the right: **/ ~* * 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

486. View of the interior of St. Bavon's church at Harlem, 

taken from the South side looking towards the 
choir. A few figures. . . ^BfftkHty^f 

C. t.o\ by 26^ in., h. f. 414 in. Signed at the A a j^L^ 

bottom to the left. Same source as the former No. /* *0 7t 

487. Portrait of Nicolaes Eichelberg. Husband of Helena van der 
Schalcke. See No. 573. Half length, facing the right. The right 
hand is resting on a balustrade ornamented with a basso-relievo. 
In the distance a country mansion. (Attributed • 

to this painter). ' 1 n .• / r 

O. 13^ by 1 1 14 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom J U A I "«/ 
to the left. Bought at Amsterdam in 1898. 

BERCKHOUT (G. W.), Dutch painter, lived about the middle of 
the XVII century. 

488. The castle of Egmont, as it was in former times. 

C. 37^ in. by I yd 
27 in. Signed in the 
centre ot the fore- 
ground: III f ^ 

SSiS^!: (j w ocrckh onrjorf 

in 1885. ' -' 

A companion of this picture, representing the Abbey of Egmont, is in the 
Museum at Alkmaar. 




BERCKMANS. 6* 



BERCKMANS (Hendrick), born at Klundert in 1629, buried at 
Middelburg 27 March 1679. Was a pupil of Thomas Willeboorts 
Bosschaert and Jacob Jordaens ; has lived at Leyden and Middelburg. 

489. Adriaen B&nckert, lieutenant-admiral (1602— 1684). Seen to 
the knees, -three-quarter face turned to the right. 

C. 45 by 33 in,, nat size. 

To the left the inscription: 

aet 46, 1648) which has been 

put on later. Signed at the 

bottom, to the right: 

Engraved and slightly altered by J. du Bois. From the National Museum > 

the Hague 1808. 

400. Adriaen Banckert, lieutenant-admiral (1602 — 1684). Seen to 
the knees, wearing a cuirass ; the three-quarter face turned towards 
the right. In the background, a naval battle in progress. 
C. 43^ by 33 in., nat. size. 



J-B&rckmcm *J? 



Signed at the bottom, to -» — *~T~~^ 

the right: 

Engraved by J. Houbraken 



signed at tne Dottom, to *i «* g r I ^ 

£L2& ! h. t H ^ JHBcrchnan J. J 




' jT>&cfanoJi frtck 



and, with some slight modifications in the posture, by Chr. Hagens. 
Collection de Ruyter, purchased in 1895. 

401. Thomas Pots, pastor at Flushing (1618—1689). Half length 
figure, the head turned towards 
the right. 

Teak-wood, 32^ by 27% in., nat. 
size. Dated on the background to 
the right: JET 43, Ao. 1661 and f /* 

signed to the left : / Q Q J 

Same source as No. 490. 

482. Michiel Adriaensz. de Ruyter (1607— 1676). Bust length 
figure, the face turned towards the right. Attributed to the painter. 

O. 26 by 2 1 14 in., nat. size. Purchased in 1893. 

BERENS (Jan), born at Deventer 29 April 1858, studied at Louvain 
and Brussels, Is living at the present time at Roermond. „ 
See No. 2674. 

BERESTE YN (Claes van), buried at Harlem 4 March 1684. Mentioned 
as a pupil of Salomon de Bray in January 1644 at Harlem. E. 

483. A road in the dunes, planted with trees, seen in the 
afternoon light. 

O. 13 by 13^ in. Wrongly signed: RuysdaeL 
Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys— Hodston, 1883. 

BERG (Simon van den), born at Overschie 4 November 181 2, 
died at Arnhem 8 July 1891. Pupil of Pieter Gerardus van Os. 
Director of the Royal cabinet of pictures at the Hague." E - L. 
494. A Summer's morning. A landscape with cattle. 

C. 19^ by 33 in., h. of the cattle 3^ in. Signed: S. van <Un Berg f. 
Bought at an exhibition, Rotterdam 1870. 

BERGEN (Dirck van den), was born at Harlem towards 1640, 
lived there till 1690, resided for some time in London. Supposed 
to have been a pupil of Adrien van de Velde. 



6 2 .BERGEN. 




.486. A landscape with cattle. In the foreground i pond in whict 
a shepherdess is bathing her feet. <-v 

C. i6ft by 21 in., h. f. seated^ 3% in. Signed ^^vA^^^I* 
at the bottom, towards the middle : ' C^O ^ ^V^^%-^ 

Sale 'Gerrit Muller, Amsterdam 1827. Cabinet (^"3^ lJ 
Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. ^^ ^ 

^486. A landscape, with a drover and his cattle. 

487. Fight between oxen. A landscape at sunset, 

C. 14^ by 19 in., h. of oxen 4 in« , ^ • ^r CTi' j»Jt**iV/fl 

Signed at the bottom to the -right: ;. (A ^.WJ^F'!; 1 
Purchased in 1815. <^ J * ' ^* *^ 

488. A landscape. In the background a mausoleum.. surrounded by 
jrees; in the foreground various cattle and a young girl milking a goat. 

.-.C.26 hy 31 \ "*•> h. f. 7 in. * 
Signed on the maugql£u.m : hT^J 
Sale F. A. van Iddekinge,* 
1838. - . 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

<BERTIN (Nicolas); was born in Paris about 1668 and died there 
„., .14^ April 1736. Was a pupil of Jouvenet and Bbn [ Boullogne. 
488. Jofeeph and! Potiph&r's wife, Q •• • 

I : ".•wQ. "*$%- by..u.| in., h.. f.^10 in. Signed at the penUVin 
bottom to the right. From van Heteren's cabinet, 1 809. 

500. Susannah at the bath. 

O. 15^ by ^13 in., 4. f. 10 in.' -^ ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: jjjoriii It • \ \\ 

Same source as the preceding No. * ' 

BEVEREN (Charles " van), born at Mechlin 6 April 1809, died 
r6 September 1850 at Amsterdam, where .he had settled. 

501. The soldier's farewell, a young* man taking leave of his 
home and family. _ , 

• 0.'I7^ by 22 in.,- h. f. 8*fo in. Signed on a chest: C*vanBever«nf*i$a8. 
Purchased in 1889.. 

502. Louis Royer, sculptor (1793 — 1868). Seated, seen to the knees, 
resting in his studio. 

O. 10 by 8 in., h. f. \\ in. Signed on the left: C. van Bevereri'ft. 1830. 
To the right is inscribed: Roma. Bought in 1890, with' the following No. 

503. Carolina Frederica Kerst (1803 — 1.883), wife of the former, 
seated near a table, seen to the knees,~ wearing a large' straw hat. 

O. 10 by 8 in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed to the right: Ch.v, B. ft. ,1830. 
Same source as the preceding No. ', 

BE YEREN (Abraham Hendricksz. van), born at the Hague in 
1620 or 162 1, died at Alkmaar in 1675. Worked first at Leyden, 
then — from 1639 to 1657 — in his native town, after that at 
Delft,, again at the Hague and finally ut Alkmaar. Was most 
likely a pupil of his brpther-dn-law, Pieter de : Putter. : 



BEYEREN. 6 3 : 




'■ >Y^ 



804. Still life. In a basket a whiting which has been cut and a 
slice of salmon. Near it a few plaice 
and -mussels. In the background a 
barrel and a brown jar. 
C. 29*4 by- 34*4 in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
From the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1 808. . 

605. Still life. By the side of a basket a whiting 
in which incisions have been made, and on 
the table a large crab. 

O. 23% by 32 in., real size. Signed at the 

bottom towards the middle; 

Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, since 1898. 

506. A study of flowers. In a jug on a table 
a bouquet composed of different flowers; near 
it, a big watch.. 

C. 25% by I Sin., real size. Signed at the top, to the right : 
Purchased at the sale M. C. van Hall, 1858. 

©IE (Cornells de), was born at Amsterdam in 1621 or 1622 and 
died there about 1664. • 

507. A hilly landscape with ^ f] 
herdsmen and their cattle. [ Vo ^t))C Ll$ 

O. 23% by 3 3 ife in., h. f. 6*k in. V ^ 

Signed at the bottom, to the left : /* a f % 

Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1887. " ^* 

BIESELINGE or BUESELINGHE (Christiaen van), born at 
Delft in 1558, died at Middelburg in 1600. He spent some time 
in Spain, and resided from 1596 — 1598 in the Hague. 

508. Meeting between David and Abigail. It is supposed that 
one of the numerous figures seen in this 

picture represents the painter. CARS rHAENM 

•O.- 55* ^ by 2 yds 5 in., h/f. Zo\ in.. BilESkLlNGE • 

Signed at tfce bottom, to the left*: pcrpir aOi/a> 

" Purchased in 1895. Fb-LMT /\ *1*J 

BILDERS (Albert Gerard), son of Johannes Warnardus Bilders. 
Born at Utrecht 19 December 1838, died at Amsterdam 8 March 
1865. Wrote works on the art of painting. E r 

509. A Swiss landscape. In a wooded site two herdsmen are 
reposing among their goats. 

O. 9% -by 13^ in., h. of the goats, 2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the 

right : Gerard Bilders, i860. 

Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, of Harlem, since 1902. 

510. View of Oosterbeek, In the foreground some calves lying 
down under the shade of willows and low; shrubs. 

C r I 5 i k by 21^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: A. G. Bilders, i860. 
Same source as the former No. 

BILDERS (Johannes Warnardus), born at Utrecht 18 August 
1 8 n, died 29 October 1890 at Oosterbeek, where he worked: 
Pupil of Jan Lodewijk Jonxis at Utrecht. Z. 



64 BILDERS. 



511. The heath at Wolf hezen. In the foreground a cluster of 
lofty oak trees. 

C. 40^ fry 60 in., h. f. 3 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : J. W, Bilders. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1866. 

• 512. Landscape. A wood skirted by a narrow stream. 

M. 9^ by 1314 in. Signed: I. W. Bitters. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

512a. View of Leyden. This picture was painted for the f&es 
given on the occasion of the inauguration of Rembrandt's Statue 
at Amsterdam, 27 May 1852. 

C. 2 yds 4^ in. by 3 yds 21^ in., h. f. 9 in. Signed at the bottom to 
the left: J. W. Bilders. Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, 1904. 

BILDERS —VAN BOSSE (Maria-Philippina), born at Amsterdam. 
2\ February 1837, died at Wiesbaden, 12 July 1900. Buried 
at Oosterbeek. Wife of the painter Johannes Warnardus Bilders. 
518. An avenue of oaks, in early autumn. 

C. 21 by 30 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: M. Bilders — van Bosse. 
- Bought at a sale for the benefit of the Society of painters called " Pulchri 
Studio" in *$oo. 

BISSCHOP or BUSSCHOP (Cornelia), was born at Dordrecht 
12 February 1630 and was buried in that town 21 January 1674. 
Pupil of Ferdinand Bol. 
5.14." The apple pealer. The woman is seated on the ground-sill of 
the door of a vestibule, on which opens a suit of roomsj; on 
the left a pleasure garden. 

O 27t by 22^ in. y ~ 

h. f seated, 9% in! ( QVSSCHOP '• FECIT! ) 1)07 

Signed on a step: 

From the collection of Viscount Hartford. Purchased in Paris in 1903. 

515. An allegorical representation of the expedition to 
Chatham in 1667, with a portrait of Cornells de Witt. 

C. 41 by 60ft in., h. h. portrait, 4^ in. 
Signed at the / 

bottom to the £ Su/chop Feat S06G 

Sale H. de Kat, (Dordrecht), Paris 1866. Purchased in 1887. 

BISSCHOP (Christoffel), born at Leeuwarden, 22 April 1828. Pupil 
of Willem Hendrik Schmidt, Hubertus van Hove and Charles 
Gleyre, at Paris. Worked at Hindelopen and settled at Scheve- 
ningue, where he died 6 October 1904. Z. 

516. The Falconer. A young man painted to the waist holding a 
hawk on his left fist. 

C. ov. 30*4 by 19^, nat. size. Signed: C. Bis s chop. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

516a. A sunny nook. A young woman sowing. A sunbeam travers- 
ing the window of which the shutter is half closed, illumines 
the figure. She is standing and her profile is reflected in a mirror. 
In front, a table covered with a thick red cloth. 
C. 46ft by 34^ in., h. f. 30^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : C. Bisschop. 
Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, of London, 1904. 



66 BLIECK. 



Was also an architect and master of the Mint at Middelburg. E. 

523. Interior of a gothic church. -^ p. s 

O. 1714 by 2514 in., h. f. *\ in. ((). Q . bllffA J 6 SX 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ^ ^^^ 

Purchased at Bournemouth in 1893. " 

BLOCK (Eugene Francois de), born at Grammont 14 May 181 2, 
died at Antwerp 20 January 1893. Pupil of Ferdinand de 
Braekeleer. E. 

524. Interior. A sunlight effect. A mother holding her child on her 
lap which she has just taken from its cradle. 

M. 13^ by 16^ in., h. f. seated 3% in. Signed: B. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1894. 

BLOEMAERT (Abraham), born at Gorinchem in December 1564, 
died at Utrecht 27 January 165 1. Was a pupil of Gerrit Splinter 
(a pupil of Frans Floris) and of Joos de Beer, at Utrecht; he 
spent three years in Paris, studied under several masters, among 
others Hieronymus Francken; in 1591 he returned to Amsterdam 
and in 1595 settled definitively at Utrecht, where he became 
dean of the St. Luke's Guild. W-E. 

525. The Holy Family resting in their flight to Egypt. The 
party has found shelter in 
the large kitchen of a 
peasant's dwelling. JM^ThiA ^^^ 

C 33% by 43 in., h. f. 7*4 in. ^>^ / \>*flDPffl(lCcL* 
Signed to the left on the sink: ^^^ '^Wt, / /#«* V w^ ^ 

Purchased in 1902. J G J 2. 

BLOEMAERT (Hendrick), was born at Utrecht towards 1601 and 
died there 30 December 1672. Was a pupil of his father Abraham. 
Supposed to have visited Italy; was also a poet. 

526. Winter. An allegorical composition representing an old man 
warming his hands over a chafing 
dish with live coal. 

C. 32 by 38% in., nat. size. Signed 
to the left in the background: 
Purchased at the sale J. L. Beijers, 
Utrecht 1879. 

527. The egg seller. Half length figure of a woman, seated. 

C. 30 by 23 in., nat. 
size. Signed at the /^T) ]r^i 
1 to the left: f L=JI*L 
Lent by the town of 
Amsterdam since 1885. 

528. Johannes Puttkamer. Doctor of Divinity (1600 — 1671) on his 
deathbed. Figure seen ^y jry r # /• 

c a L le h gth ;„ » (rjiLoemcLzn f>: 

C. 2614 by 32^ in., nat. size. ^ "* *^ ^J * 

Signed at the bottom to the yf M £^ 

right : ALtat yi Sacerd. 40, and : 
Presented by Mr. W. A. Hop- 
man, 1882. 





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BLOEME (Herman Antonie de), born at the Hague 17 September 
1802, died there 3 November 1867. Was a pupil of Jan Willem 
Pieneman. 

529. Baron Antonie Frederick Jan Floris Jacob van Omphal, 

lieutenant-general. Full face seen to the knees. 

C. 53^ by 41^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: // A. 

de Bloeme pinx Ao f8j4. Lith. by C. W. Mieling. 

Bequeathed by Miss C. L. M. van Omphal, 1877. 

BLOMMEN (Norbertus van), born at Antwerp 10 February 1670, 
died at Amsterdam towards 1746. 

530. Jan Pietersz. Somer (1641 — 1716), picture dealer at Amsterdam. 
Bust length. 

O. 14^ by 11^ in., h. f. 5% in. On the back, the inscription: Jan 
Pietersz. Zomer Norbertus van Bloemen, Pinxit. Engraved by Am. van Hale a. 
Sales of J. van der Marck (Leyden), Amsterdam 1773 and of Mrs. Nahuys 
Hodston, Amsterdam 1883. 

BLOMMERS (Bernardus- Johannes), born at the Hague 30 January 
1845. P u pH of Christoffel Bisschop. Is living at Scheveningue. E. 

531. The fisherman's children. A little girl and her younger brother 
in a fisherman's dwelling. 

O. 16*4 by 14%, in., h. f. 12^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: B. J. 
Blommers 1868. Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, of Harlem, since 1902. 

532. The knitter. A little girl seated with her work in the dunes. 

C. 20 by 16 in., h. h. 2% in. Signed: Blommers. 
Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1886. 

BLONDEEL (Lancelot), probably born at Poperinghe jt/o 
in 1496, died 4 March 1561 at Bruges, where ° 

he had settled in 1519. Was first a mason, then 
an architect and became later an engineer. 

533. Martyrdom. The scene is laid in a mountainous 
landscape, at the foot of high ruins filled with 
numerous figures. 

O. 22 by 28 in., h. f. 4% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Lent by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, since 1897. 

BLOOT (Pieter Pietersz. de), born at Rotterdam in 1601, buried 
in that town in November 1658. Worked at Rotterdam. 

534. A lawyer's office during business hours. On a piece of 
paper, glued against a desk, is written: 

tit toil tecjjten am een fiae trie otengt er nadj een toe. ("he who 

begins a lawsuit for a cow must be prepared to pay the value of two"). 

O. 22ft by 32^4 in., h. f. 6*4 in. 
. Signed at the bottom to the 
right. Purchased in 1880. 

535. Kermesse in a village. In the foreground a - . hloni 
group seated at a table and further in the *) . IK • VWljix. 
distance some country folks dancing in a ring. • 

O. 23^ by 33 in., h. f. seated, 4V4 in. J Q 7 Q 

Signed at the bottom to the left. Bought in 1880. . ^/ 







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BISSCHOP— SWIFT (Catherine* Seaton Forman), born in 
London 6 April 1834. Wife of the painter Christoffel Bisschop. 
Is living at Scheveningue. 

517. The painter's widow. The figure standing before the last 
work of her husband, lost in grief. A little girl is trying to 
comfort her. 
C 30^ by 19^ in., h. h. 3% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Kate 

^Bisschop — Swifty 1870. Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

BLANCKHOFF (Jan Theunisz.), surnamed Jan Maat; born at 
Alkmaar in 1628 and buried at Amsterdam 2 October 1669. 
Had several masters, among others Cesar van Everdingen. He 
visited Italy several times. 

518. View of the Flushing roads in foul weather. (Attributed to 
this painter). 
C. 38 by 57% in. From the sale C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1881. 

BLEECKER (Dirck), born at Harlem in 1622. Worked at Amsterdam 

from 1652 to 1662, at Harlem from 1662 to 
I 1669 and at the Hague from 1670 to 1672. 

' Did paintings for prince Frederick Henry. 

1 519. The penitent Magdalen. Seen to the ( ^** IftJlVkCr 

knees, the breast almost naked. 

C. 45 b y 33^ in -> rort. size. 
' Signed at the bottom, to the right: 

I Sale Harlem 1869. Sale of count Rasponi, 1883. J V f ) 

I BLES (David Joseph), was born at the Hague 20 September 182 1 
J and died there 3 September 1899. Was a pupil of Cornells 

Kruseman. E - L. 

520. Father's work, children's play, or Murderers from birth. 

Officer's children playing at soldiers. 

O. i<)\ by 26^ in., h. f. 9 in. Signed at the bottom, to the left : David Bles ft. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1869. 

521. Conversation. Two ladies, seated on a sofa in a drawing room, 
in friendly discourse. 

M. \o\ by 13^ in., h. f. seated, 6*4 in. Signed at the bottom, to the 
left: David Bles ft. Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

BLES (Herri met de), (Herri with the white forelock) also called 
Civetta, was born at Bouvines, near Dinant, in 1480, died 
probably at Liege towards 1550. In 1521 he resided at Mechlin. 
His works bear unmistakable signs of the influence of Joachim 
Patinir. 

522. Paradise. Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden from the 
creation until the fall. In several scenes. Around the edge the 
signs of the Zodiac. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. circular form, diam. \%\ in., h. f. \\ in. 

Purchased at the sale H. G. van Otterbeek Bastiaans, Amsterdam 1882. 

BLIECK (Daniel de), supposed to have been born at Middelburg, 
where his name is found on the register of the St. Luke's Guild 
between 1647 and 1669; was buried in that town 6 March 1673. 




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548. Michiel Adriaensz. de Ruyter (1607— 1676). Seen to the 
knees, almost full face, 
the right hand resting on 
a walking stick. x mm >■% 
C. 46 by 37 in., nat. size. Signed X* /v ] fA 
at the bottom to the right: 
Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

549. Michiel Adriaensz. de Ruyter. Seen to the knees, full 
face, the right hand resting on a globe. In the background some 
vessels. _ 

C. 62 by 54% in., nat. >^f\ / 1^*1 i£6~7 

size. Signed on the balu- v J<*\ sy / ~^r(sC V* ' ® / 

strade to the right : I . \fTi • T 

From the court of the 

Admiralty of Zealand at 

Middelburg. Presented by the departemental council of Zealand, 1808. 

550. Naaman the Syrian and the prophet Elisha. The prophet 
is refusing the presents offered 
him by Naaman the Syrian. 

C 59% in. by 2 yds 26 in., h. f. 
29^ in. Signed at the bottom to 
the right, on the step. Lent by the 
town of Amsterdam since 1899. 

551. Salom6 dancing before ^ - vj* i 
Hero'l. * *£ ■ 

C. 6914 by 52ft in., h. f. 
351^ in. Signed to the left, 
half way up the picture: 

Purchased at the sale of count 
Rasponi, Amsterdam 1883. 

552. Abraham receiving the visit 
of angels. 

C. 4 yds 11 in. by 3 yds 3*4 in., nat. size. 
Signed on the left, at about the fourth of the height: 
This painting is one of five large pictures 
which formed the panels of a room at number 6, 
Nieuwe Gracht, Utrecht. The other four subjects 
are: 1. Moses rescued from the waters; 

2. Achilles receiving from Thetis a new breast-plate, fresh from the forge ; 

3. King Amasias and the prophet ; 4. Joseph's cup found in the corn bag 
of Benjamin. The four pictures have been temporarily lent to the Provincial 
States of Zealand, for the decoration of the walls of the Abbey of "Mid- 
delburg. Presented by the family Royaards, 1892. 

553. Michiel Adriaensz. de Ruyter. Seen to the knees, almost 
full face. (Copy). 

C. 44 by 35^ in., nat. size. From the room of the naval service estimates. 
In the Dutch Museum (East Court). 

BOLLONGIER, Bollangier or Boulengier (Hans), became a 
member of the St. Luke's Guild of Harlem in 1623 and worked 
in that town. There exists a work of his, dated 1664. 





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554. A flower piece. 

Tulips and other 

flowers in a vase. 

O. 26^ by 2 life in., 

real size. Signed at the 

bottom to the left : ^^ -^^ f /f ? n 

Purchased at the sale ' s s 

of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon in 1883. 

BOLOMEY (Benjamin), was born at Lausanne, 19 May 1739 anc * 
died there 19 December 1819. Resided at the Hague from 1763 
to 1 791; was court painter to the prince of Orange. A T. 

555. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina of Prussia. Wife of William V 
(1747 — 1820). In the centre of the three Graces and other alle- 
gorical figures. 

O. 18 by 12*4 in., h. f. seated 6% in. On the back is a piece of poetry 

indicating Benjamin Bolomey as the artist. 

Purchased from Mr. Botgortschek, at the Hague, 1880. 

556. William V, prince of Orange (1748— 1806). Standing, in 
armour, seen full length. * 

C. 2 yds \%\ in. by 41^ in., nat. size. /O / 

Signed on the right: JuOlOf/lQ, 

Presented by the provincial States of Zealand 

in 1878. Formerly in the possession of the g 

family J. A. van de Perre, representative of /J JfJ 

the prince in the province of Zealand. * *^ 

557. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina, Princess of Prussia (1747 — 

1820). Consort of Prince William V. Whole figure, seated. 

C. 2 yds 9% in. by 41% in., nat. size. Same source as the preceding No. 

BOMBLED (Karel-Frederik), born at the Hague, I st March 1822, died 
at Chantilly, 4 January 1902. Was a pupil of W. H. Schmidt. E- L. 

558. Gipsies on the road. 

M. I i*fo by 1 514 in., h. f. 3 14 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : A. Bombled. 
Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

BONVIN (Francois), born at Vaugirard 22 November 1817, died 
at Paris 18 December 1887. E. 

559. Still life. A pewter mug by the side of a basket of strawberries. 

C. 18 by 1414 in. Signed: 1871, F. Bonvin, London. Presented by the 
Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

BOOM (Adriaen-Hendricksz. VER-). See Verboom, p. 346. 

BOONE (Daniel), born at Borgerhout, near Antwerp,, towards 1635, 
died probably in London, 1698. 
500. Peasants playing cards. _ 

O. 7^ by 914 in., h. h. \\ in. j-n, nnnA/f. 

Signed at the bottom, in the centre J . 1 JL*J UU 

towards the left: *■"" 

Bought from C. F. Roos & Co., 1885. 

561. The gruel eater. A peasant eating gruel from an earthenware 
vessel placed in front of him. "»d 

O. 7^ by 6 in., h. h. 1 \ in. Signed at the bottom in the fT\ £% OON E 
middle. Presented by Mr. F. Heusy de Kampen, 1893. ""5& 



72 BOONEN. 



BO ON EN (Arnold), was born at Dordrecht, 16 December 1669, died 
at Amsterdam 2 October 1729. Was a pupil of Godfried Schalcken. 
Worked in his native town, visited Germany and settled in 
Amsterdam, 1696. 

562. Six governors of the "O. Z. Huiszitt ennuis" in 1705. 

The governors, seen to the knees, are grouped around a table 
and engaged in writing and counting money. 

C. 69 in. by 4 yds 4^ in., 




nat. size. Signed at the 

Lent by the town of Am- ^-^ " 1*7 O $ 



bottom to the left: // '^J/ck ^srlljPAl t-Jin&- 

From the "Huiszittenhuis". ^ « x^T* r-*Tn J I W ' * 



sterdam since 1885. 

563. Four governors of the hospital for lepers with the 
bookkeeper and the superintendent in 1715. Full length figures, 
grouped around a table. The governors are: Hendrik Visser, 
Michiel du Fay, Willem Pijll and Wolfert Hendrik Drinkveldt. 

C. 2 yds 3 in. by 3 yds 27 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the 
left : A. Boonen jy 13. Formerly on the landing of the governors'* room 
in the hospital for lepers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

564. Five syndics of the Surgeon's Guild of Amsterdam in 
1716, grouped around a table ; two are standing and the remaining 
seated. Their names are: Dirk Cloes, Roelof Roelvink, Jan 
Koenerding, Stilling van . S7 /7$ 

Velsen and Benjamin van /S> /U J *~ls c \ s^n-^n0A? 
Tongeren. O^ CX> oJ Oinie^l 

C. 62 in. by 2 yds 22 in., nat. size. Signed: . - /f 

Formerly the property of the Surgeon's Guild. / // O 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

565. Four governors and a superintendent of the house of 
correction in 1714. Full length figures. Three represented 
seated, one standing. The superintendent has a sketch of the 
picture in his hand. The names of the persons represented are : 
Andries Hees, Tobias Looten, Andries Carel Jongh, Jacob Frederik 
du Fay and Barent Mom, the superintendent. 

C. 70 in. by 2 yds 19^ in., nat. size. ' Signed at the bottom to the left: 
A. Boonen 1714. Formerly in the house of correction. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

566. Jan van de Poll (1666 — 1735) and his son Harmen Hendrick 

(1697—1772). ^ y^O/7T 

C. 19^ by 15% in., h.h. 2% in. fO // s^A^^n oM 
Signed at the bottom in the centre : v — ' *-> ^-^^ G/T/l V fLX/rU* 
Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

566a. Brechje Hooft (1640 — 1721). Wife of Mr. Harmen van de 
Poll. Seen to the knees. A landscape in the background. 

C. 19^ by l6ty in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as the former No. 

BOR (Paulus), born in the first half of the XVII century, died at 
Amersfoort^To August 1669. 

567. Moses rescued from the waters. Half nude women wading 



BOR. 73 

through the river are carrying the child towards the bank, where 

the daughter of Pharaoh stands, in expectation. 

C 52ft by 45% in., h.h. 3% in. From the " Huygenshuis" at the Hague. 

BORCH (Gerard ter), born at Zwolle in 16 17, died at Deventer 
8 December 1681. Was a pupil of his father Gerard ter Borch, 
at Zwolle, and of Pieter Molyn, at Harlem. After travelling for 
a long time in England, Italy, Spain and France, he worked 
principally at Deventer. He was living in his native town from 
1650 to 1654. 

568. The painter himself (?) Half length figure turned towards the 
left, carrying his large hat in his hand. 

COP. 14 by 11^ in., h. h. 2% in. Signed in the background ffQ 

on the right: vJC5 

Purchased at the Hague in 1868. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

569. Geertjen Matthyssen (?) widow of Thijs Daems, married 
afterwards Gerard ter Borch. Half length figure turned towards 
the right, holding a fan in her hand. Companion picture 

to No. 568. fZf\ 

COP. 14 by \\\ in., h. h. 2^ in. Signed in the background, l"» fS 
at the bottom to the left. Same source as the preceding No. 

570. Paternel advice. A young lady dressed in white satin stands 
in the foreground, her back turned to the spectator. A gentleman 
wearing an officer's uniform is adressing her, seated by the side 
of a lady who is drinking a glass of wine. To the right is seen 
a dog; a bed in the background to the left. 

C. 28 by 28^ in., h. f. 16 in. Engraved by J. G. Wille, J. C. Bendorp 
and by W. linger. Lith. by A. Moll and by Wildt. Duplicates of this 
picture, without the dog, are in the Berlin Museum and Bridgewater house. 
In the last named gallery the bed is on the right hand side of the picture. 
Sale of Mrs. Lormier, the Hague 1763. Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

571. Hendrick van der Schalcke or Schalckenius. Was from 
1638 to 1676 in succession pastor at Uitgeest, Edam and Hoorn. 
Seen to the knees, three quarter face turned to the right, wearing 
a hat. In his left hand he holds a glove. 

O. 1 1 \ by 914 in., h. h. 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

On the back of the picture a label with the name of the pastor. 

Purchased in 1898, with the two following Nos. 

572. Portrait of the wife of Hendrick van der Schalcke. Seen 
to the knees, the face turned towards the left. In the hands, 
folded over each other, she holds a glove. 

O. ov. 11% by 9*4 in., h.h. 2 in. Same source as the former No. 

573. Helena van der Schalcke, as a child. Daughter of the preceding. 
Became the wife of Nic. Eichelberg. Full length portrait, standing, 
facing the right. She has a basket on her right arm and holds 
a flower in her hand. See No. 487. 

O. l 3*k by 11*4 in., h. f. 8*4 in. On the back of the picture a label 
with the name of the child. Same source as No. 571. 



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574. Jan van Duren (1644 — 1672). Sheriff and councillor of the 
town of Deventer. Full length figure, standing near a table covered 
with a red cloth, the face slightly turned towards 
the right. 

C. 32 by 25^ in., h. f. 20 in. 
Signed in the background to the left: 

An inscription on the reverse of the picture, reads: yan van Duren, 
Burgemeester en Cameraar van Deventer, The same portrait, but seated, 
recurs in the painting which ter Borch did in 1667 for the town-hall 
representing the magistrates of Deventer. The property of Mr. P. W. 
van Doorninck, at Bennecom. Lent to the Museum since 1901. 

575. Margaretha van Haexbergen. Wife of the former. Full length 
figure, nearly full face, standing by the side of a red armchair. 
C 32^ by 25^ in., h. f. 19^ in. Same source as No. 574. 

576. The reading of the oath of the ratification of the peace 
of Munster, 15 May 1648. The painter has introduced his 
portrait in this picture, where he is seen in the background to 
the left. A copy after the original which is in the National Gallery 
in London. 

COP. 18 by 23% in., h. f. 8 in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

577. An urchin fleaing a little dog. A copy after the original in 
the old pinacothek of Munich. 

O. 14% by 1 1^4 in., h. f. 2% in. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

BORCH (Jan ter), Dutch painter of the first half of the XVII century. 

578. The drawing lesson. An old man is teaching a child drawing 
from a plaster cast. A candle light scene. 

C. 4714 by 62% in., 

nat. size. Signed 

on the socle of a 

small statue: 

From the cabinet of pictures of prince William V. Was formerly over 

the chimney piece of the room in the palace of Ryswick, where in 

1697 the plenipotentiaries assembled for signing the peace. 

BORCH (Moses ter), baptized at Zwolle, 19 June 1645, killed at 
Harwich, 12 July 1667. Younger brother of Gerard ter Borch. 

578a. Jan Fabus. Head and shoulders, full face. (A study). 

PAP. 314 by 2\ in., h. h. 2 in. 

Purchased at the sale of the collection Zebinden, Zwolle 1886, 

BORCULO (N. van), made a syndic of the Painters' Guild at Utrecht 
towards 1616 or 1617. 

579. Henricus van Zyl (1545 — 1627). Advising judge at the tribunal 
of Utrecht. Half length figure, the three quarter face turned 
towards the right. 

Inscription: OCTO ANNIS DECIES COMPLETIS ATQ. DVOBVS 
HENRICI ZYLII TALIS IMAGO FVIT ANNO 1627. 
COP. 6^ by 4% in., h. h. 2 in. Engraved by Crisp, de Passe. 
Purchased at the sale of the collection van der Willigen in 1874. 





573- Gerard ter Borch. 



BORMAN. 75 






BORMAN (Johannes). His name is found on the register of the 
St. Luke's Guild of Leyden in. 1657 and 1658; he was a member 
of the Painters' Guild of Amster- 
dam in 1659. 

580. A garland of fruit. Grapes and \~J/ HU y+m/l/n 

C. 23% by 2914 in. Signed at the bottom in the centre: 
Bought at the sale van Panhuijs, Amsterdam 1822. 

BORSELEN (Jan Willem van), born at Gouda, 20 September 
1825, died at the Hague, 24 September 1892. Was a pupil of 
Andreas Schelfhout. E '- Z. 

581. A Dutch landscape. View taken near Schoonhoven. 

C 31% by 53^ in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left! 
J, W. van Borselen, F. Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1868. 

BORSSOM (Anthony van), was 'born at Amsterdam in 1629 or 
1630 and was buried there, 19 March 1677. E. 

582. A landscape by moonlight. /", 

Signed at the bottom to the left: J\JB°^j j 0|/ ^ 

Bought at the sale Delboy, the Hague 1 881. *zsJ 

583. A study of amphibians, insects and 
plants. Am 

C. 24% by 1914 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: **->OZA JOtd* . 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1890. 

BOSBOOM (Johannes), was born at the Hague, 18 February 1817 
and died there 14 September 1891. Was a pupil of Bartholomeus 

iohannes van Hove. E - Z. 
*he church of Our Lady at Breda. In the foreground is 

seen the tomb of Engelbert II of Nassau. 

M « 35 by 27^ in., h. f. 6\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
J. Bosboom 184s. Purchased in 1843. 

585. Monks holding divine service in a church. 

M« 34^ by 26^ in., h. f. seated, 4^ in. Signed at the bottom to the 
left: J. Bosboom, Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

BOSCH (Hendrik van den), Dutch painter, lived in the first half 
of the XVIII century. 

586. Diederik van Durven. Governor-general of the Dutch Indies 
from 1729 to 1730. 

COP. \$\ by \o\ in., h. f. 2\ in. Inscription, intersected by his coat 
of arms: Mr. DIDERIK DURVEN, GOUV* GENERl VAN INDIA. 
Signed at the bottom to the 

e ight : XT HcndriA: van din Bos J ^< te . !*& ^ 

Same source as No. 328. 

BOSCH (Hieronymus van Aeken, called Jeroen), was born at 
Bois-le-Duc towards 1462 and died there in 15 16. The influence 
of his fantastical compositions may be easily traced in the works 
of Peter Breughel the Elder. 

587. The operation for the stone. The patient, tied to a chair, 



76 BOSCH. 



is undergoing the operation. A few people are standing round. 
(Attributed to the painter).-. 

O. 16% by 1 2^ in., h. f. on the chair, 6\ in. .^^^ "-» -i 

Signed at the bottom to the left, on a small banner : >^g^£^ \ \) 
From London. Bought in 1893. \s* 

588. The temptation of St. Anthony. The saint is surrounded 
by numerous diabolical figures ; in the distance is seen a burning 
town. Copy of the period. 

O. 2%\ by 35% in., h. f. kneeling, 6\ in. Similar pictures are in the 
museums of Brussels, Bonn and Antwerp. The paintings are probably 
copies made from the original which is in the museum at Lisbon. 
Purchased from Fr. Muller & Co., 1899. 

589. The Adoration of the Magi. In the foreground the stable. 
The background represents a hilly country rising towards Jerusalem, 
which is seen in the distance. Copy from the original which is 
in the Madrid museum. 

O. 22^ by 17^ in., h. f. 8 in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1 808. 

BOSSCHAERT (Ambrosius), born towards 1570 at Antwerp, was 
inscribed in the "Liggere" 1588— 1589. From 1593 to 161 3 
was a member of the Guild of Middelburg; resided at Utrecht 
in 16 1 6, probably till after 1643. 

590. A flower piece. Tulips, roses and carnations arranged in a 
small vase. 7oT 

COP. I2ty by 9 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : /lj\ » 7 {j ' I 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius in 1890. * -^ « ^ 

BOTH (Johannes), was born at Utrecht towards 16 10, studied in 
that town under Abraham Bloemaert and died there 9 August 
1652. He spent some time in Italy and in 1640 returned to his 
native town. His compositions show a strong influence of Claude 
le Lorrain. His brother Andries, who died in 1650, often painted 
the figures in his landscapes. E. 

591. Artists studying from nature. The painters are represented 
seated in an Italian landscape. In the 
foreground, rocks overgrown with bushes, 
foliage and high trees; in the centre a 
rushing stream. 

C. *]\\ in. by 2 yds 22% in., h. f. 12 in. 

Signed at the right, on a rock: » )^^ 

Purchased in 1833 by Th. Hamlet; in 1834 ^^^^^ 

by A. van der Hoop. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

592. An Italian landscape. A road through an undulating country 
with clumps of trees scattered about. A man seated on a mule 
is driving before him a couple of loaded animals. 
From the opposite side two horsemen with their 
guide are seen approaching. In the distance a 
view of mountains and the sea. A l^\0' 

°- 31^* by 41 in., h. f. 414 in. Signed to the left, \J^J^ 

on a rock. Sale J. Bleuland, Utrecht 1639. 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest I. Dupper Wz., 1870. 



Seir 





BOTH. 77 







593. Italian landscape with ferry-boat. A lady on a white horse 
and a man standing by the side of his nag, are waiting for the 
ferry-boat, which is seen approaching laden with 
cattle drivers and their animals. In the distance, 
mountains and a town. 

C. 30 by 36 in., h. f. on horseback, 5 in. 1 

Signed on a rock to the right: V/ 

Etched by the artist himself. Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1 808. 

594. Italian landscape. From right *to left of the picture a road 
winds through a thickly-wooded, hilly country. In the distance 
high mountains, and on the road are seen a mule ^ 
driver and a countryman with his team. fir) J. J 

O. 14^ by 20 in., h. f. on mule, 3% in. * J&OTf\ 

Signed at the bottom to the right, on a rock: I 

Sales Destouches, 1794; Talleyrand, 181 7; Pourtales, 1826. V^^ 

Sale at Bath. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1 885. 

595. A farm-yard. A white horse is seen standing by the side of a 
cart, which a peasant is loading with 
baskets. A little way off some soldiers 
are playing. The figures are probably 
painted by Andries Both. 

O. 24^4 by 20 in., h. f. 5% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Bought at the sale of Mrs. Boreel, Amsterdam 18 14. 

598. Italian landscape. Peasants driving their cattle along the bank. 
A stone bridge across the water leads to a massive ,_. 

round tower. Lj$Ovt 

O. 18 by 23. in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed to the left, on a stone: ^^Vl/i 
From the cabinet van Heteren, 1808. 

597. Popular life in Rome. Close to some imposing ruins, a group 
of people are buying and selling. In the distance a view of the 
Coliseum. The figures are probably painted 
by Andries Both. 

C. 2614 by 32% in., h. f. 6^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Formerly in the collection de Clercq, 1898. 

Bought from the Rembrandt Society, in 190 1. ] 

"BOULARD (Auguste), was born at Paris. Worked in the second half j 

of the XIX century. Was a pupil of Ldon Cogniet and of Jules Duprd. 

598. The repast. A peasant woman feeding her child. 

C. 35 by 28^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right : A. Boulard. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

BOURDON (Sgbastien), born at Montpellier 2 February 161 6, died 
at Paris 8 May 1671. One of the founders of the Royal Academy 
of Paris in 1648. Was painter to Queen Christina of Sweden. E. 

599. The mystic marriage of St. Catharine. The scene is laid 
in a mountainous site, near a town. 

C. 35 by 40^4 in., h. h. 3% in. From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 



c 

roup 
>f the 

Qo-fk 



78 BOURGOIN. 



'6 6, 



BOURGOIN (Aim6-Gabriel-Adolphe), born at Paris n March 1824. 
Was a pupil of Bouchot and of L£on Cogniet. 

600. The dance. A young lady is dancing to the music of a violin, 
which a young man is playing. 

M. i6ife by 12^4 in., h. f. 10*4 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
A. Bourgoin 70. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

BOURSSE (Esaias), born at Amsterdam 3 March 1631, died, a 
naval officer, on a voyage to the Dutch Indies, 16 November 
1672. Visited Italy. 

601. A woman at her spinning wheel, by the side of a man 
sitting in the chimney corner of a kitchen paved 
with red tiles. 

C. 23% by 1 9^ in., h. f. seated, 9% in. Dated at the 
bottom to the left. From the sale W. Gruyter, 1883. 

BOY (Gottfried), a German painter, worked at Hanover in the middle 
of the XVIII century. Learned probably his art from his father, 
Pierre Boy. 

602. Frederick-Christian, elector of Saxony (1722 — 1763). In 
armour, seen to the knees. . ^ 

C. 56^ by 44% in., nat. size, fitni f>QrGo%J, r , Y>o*iJeintr9 du r\oyi y-f-r 
Signed: " ^ 

From the National Museum in the Hague, then in the store room of the 
Mauritshuis. Received in 1876. 

BRAEKELEER (Ferdinand de), born at Antwerp 12 February 1792, 
died there 16 May 1883. Was a pupil of Philippe Jacques van 
Bree. E* 

603. An interior with figures. A young girl and a young man 
who is courting her. 

M. 22\ by 19% in., h. f. 9 in. Signed: Ferdinand de Braekeleer, 1848) 
Anvers. Bought from the artist in 1848. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

604. The citadel of Antwerp after the siege. December 1832. 

C. 52 in. by 2 yds 5% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Antwerpen 
1 831 (sic) F. de Braekeleer. Purchased at the sale Viruly, Amsterdam 1881. 

BRAKENBURGH (Richard), baptized at Harlem 22 May 1650 and 
buried in that town 28 December 1702. A pupil of Adriaen van 
Ostade and of Hendrik Mommers. Has also painted at Leeuwarden. 
He was also a poet. 

605. Santa Claus. A middle-class household with many children ; 
some have received rewards, others nothing but rods. 

O. 1914 by 26% in., h. f. 

seated, 9% in. Signed 

the bottom to the left: 

From the sale J. A. Bren- ■ m 

tano, Amsterdam 1822. ^^ 

606. A village inn. A number of peasants drinking and smoking. 



. f. 



O. 13^ by 1 1I4 in., h. f. 0^ in. . r 

Signed at the bottom to the right: D , gra A^tt^- 

From the cabinet van Heteren. IoOo. ' N *—* 



From the cabinet van Heteren, 1808. 



BRAMER. 79 



BRAMER (Leonard), was born at Delft in 1595 and buried there 
10 February 1674. In his youth he visited Italy; settled in his 
native town from 1629. E. 

607. A biblical scene (?) Two persons dressed as priests are seated 
at a table looking on at the fight between two other persons, 
dressed as monks. 

O. \%\ by 24^ in., h. f. seated, 6^ in. \, Qx O tiler 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Bought from Fr. Muller & Co., 31 December 1884. 

608. The denial of St. Peter. In the m j* 

foreground two soldiers playing at ^^b*t^*+(\!\tlC/Y 
cards ; behind them, among other A/^/ ) ' * 



Is. A composition witr 

mmerous figures. . ^v 

:. 49 i». by 2 yds 5% in., / S f I ) /JO / ^ a 

*L?l t S K at the < J5 Til m* r. Ji ) o5 * 



figures that of St. Peter, at whom a 
servant-girl is jeering. 

C. 49% by 55^ in., almost naL size. 

Signed to the right: , ^^ ^ , 

A. A. des Tombe bequest, 1903. ^^' *"~ 

609. Solomon offering sacrifice to idols. A composition with 

numerous figures. 

C. 

h. 

bottom to the right: 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, 1883. 

BRANDT (Albertus Jonas), was born at Amsterdam 22 November 
1788 and died there 21 February 1821. Was a pupil of J. B. 
Morel and of Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os. 

610. Flowers and Fruit. Different kinds of fruit by the side of a 
cluster of pionies. 

O. '2814 by 21^ in., real size. Signed: A. J. Brandt. 
Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 181 7. 

611. Flowers in a pot of red marble. 

Maplewood 26% by 21 in., real size. 

Purchased at the sale A. J. Brandt, Amsterdam 1821. 

BRASCASSAT (Jacques-Raymond), born at Bordeaux 30 August 
1804, died at Paris 28 February 1867. A pupil of Theodore 
Richard and of Louis Hersent. Was elected a member of the 
'*Institut de France" in 1846. Z. 

612. A bull, seen from the flank. 

C. 1 7 by 20^4 in., h. bull, 1 1% in. Signed at the bottom to the left : Brascassat. 
Presented by Mr. Hughes Krafft, 1886. 

BRASSAUW (Melchior), born at Mechlin 14 May 1709, died 
probably at Antwerp about 1757. Worked in that town. 

613. The prodigal son, in the midst of a band of dissolute people. 

O. 23 by 26% in., h. f. i^ 4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 

MeLchior • Brassauw * FecLt 

Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 



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BRAY. 




BRAY (Dirck de), was in 1671 secretary to the St. Luke's Guild. 
Is principally known by his engravings on wood. Supposed to 
have been a pupil of his father, 
Salomon de Bray. W-E. 

613a. Still life. An allegorical 
representation of death. 
O. 1914 by 14% in., real size. 
Signed to the left: 
Lent by the governors of the " Emmanuelshuizen" at Zwolle, since 1903. 

BRAY (Jan de), born at Harlem where he was buried 4 December 
1697. Eldest brother of the former and a pupil of his father 
Salomon de Bray. E. 

614. The syndics of the St. Luke's Guild of Harlem in 1675, 

Painted in collaboration with Dirck de Bray (see above), Jan 
Golingh (see p. ), and Jan de Jongh (see p. ). The 
syndics ^ are [grouped around a table, partly seated and partly 
standing. 

The persons represented are: Gerrit Mulraet, worker 

in copper, dean of the Guild, holding in his hand a 

copper medallion, painted by J. de Bray ; Jan Claesz. 

Mar sells, resting his head on his hand, by the same 

artist ; Dirck de Bray, secretary, also by Jan de Bray; 

Wouter Knyff, the servant of the Guild, at the same 

time painter, by J. de Bray; Jan de Bray, by D. 

de Bray; Jan Golingh, writing, by J. Golingh; 

Jan de Jongh, by J de Jongh. 

C. $\\ in. by 2 yds \ in., nat. size. Dated: f6yj, 

to the left on a piece of paper placed on a chair: 

Formerly the property of the painter Wijbr. Hendricks. 

Was mentioned in the catalogue of the auction in the "Huis metde Hoofden'* 

of 16 July 1 81 9. Bought from the agent J. de Vries, in 1821. 

BREDAEL (Jozef van), born at Antwerp, 14 August 1688, died at 
Paris in 1739. From 1736 he was painter to the Duke of Orleans. 
He made numerous copies from the works of J. Brueghel, 
Wouwerman, etc. 

615. A village on the bank of a river. By the side of the water 
numerous figures and several crafts on the stream. 

°- l S 1 k by 52^ in., h. f. 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: J BRED/\ f*,J?2% 

From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809. ' * 

BREE (Mattheus-Ignatius van), born at Antwerp, 22 February 1773, 
died there 15 December 1839. Was Professor at the Academy 
of Antwerp. Pupil of Francois-Andre Vincent, at Paris, and of 
Petrus-Johannes van Regemorter. E. 

616. The painter by himself, in profile. 

M. 6 by 6 in., h. f. 3^ in. On the back of the picture : Mattheus Ignatius 
van Bree se ipse Fecit. Presented by Jhr. Victor de Stuers, 1877. 

617. Johannes Hermanus Molkenboer (1773— 1834). Seated at a 
table, facing the left, holding a drawing in his right hand. 

C. 35^ by 28^ in., nat. size. Signed on the drawing : M. J. van Breeft i8ij. 
Presented by the heirs of Mr. J. H. Molkenboer, 1891. 




m. CA'jC^ 



BREE. 8 1 

618. Visit of the prince of Orange to the victims of the 
inundation in the orphanage called: "Aalmoezeniers 
Weeshuis" at Amsterdam, 14 February 1825. (A sketch). 

C. 25% by 31% in., h. f. 9^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Eerste 
Schets M J. v. B. (first sketch by M. J. v. B.) Purchased in 1825. 
From the pavilion " Welgelegen" at Harlem. 

BREEN (Adam van), worked at the Hague from 16 12 till after 
1618; settled at Amsterdam in 1629. 

619. View of the "Vijverberg" at the Hague. The frozen pond 
is covered with skaters. In the foreground, along the bank, Prince 
Maurice with his retinue. 

O. 28^ by 52^ iu., h. f. 6^ in. This picture was signed formerly at the 
bottom to the right: A. van Breen, 161 8; this signature has been falsely 
altered into A, v. d. Venne. Bought in Vienna in 1878. 

BREENBERGH (Bartholomeus), born at Deventer in 1599, died 
in Amsterdam before 1659. He spent seven years in Italy, where 
he worked under the guidance of Paulus Bril, and in 1633 took 
up his abode in Amsterdam. E. 

620. The wrestling of Jacob with the angel. A mountainous 
landscape with buildings and ruins. 

O. 19^ by 26^ in., h. f. 4% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Purchased in 1898. tr 

621. The adoration of the Magi. The three Magi with their atten- 
dants advance towards Mary, who is seated with the child on 
her knees on a tumbled down column among ruins. 

COP. 1 1^ by 1914 in., h. f. 5 in. Bought at the sale F. Kayser, 1888. 

BREITNER (George-Hendrik), born at Rotterdam 12 September 
1857. Studied under Charles Rochussen and Willem Maris. 
Worked at the Hague and at Amsterdam. At present residing in 
Bloemendaal. 

622. Light artillery coming down a sandhill at full speed. 

C. 45^ by 30^ in., h. f. on horseback, 25% in. Signed at the bottom 
to the left: G. H. Breitner. Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1886. 

623. Rain and wind. In the foreground three servant girls traversing 
a bridge. 

C. 24% by 39^ in., h. f. 15^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
G. H. Breitner. The property of Mr. J. G. Pott. Lent since 1898. 

BREKELENKAM (Quieringh Gerritsz.), born at Zwammerdam 
towards 1620, died at Leyden in 1668, where he was inscribed 
in the guild in 1648. 

624. Reading. A man standing and bent over a table is reading aloud 
to a young girl. 

O. 1914 by 15 in., h. f. 12 in. Collection D. van der Kellen Jr., 1877. 
From the collection of Jhr. J. E. van Heemskerck van Beest, 1878. 

625. The mousetrap. Two children with a mouse caught in a trap. 

O. 714 by 6% in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed in the centre : /-x . *jj 

Sale P. de Heere van Holy, Rotterdam 1 824. Cabinet ^- & j g- 

J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. O • 



82 BREKELENKAM. 



626. A confidential Ghat. A saleswoman is talking to the mistress 
of the house, the maid standing by, listening. 

O. 19 by 14^ in., h. f. seated, 11 in. CAi B'/ 6 £ ) 

Signed on the rundle of a chair: 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 18 13. Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll bequest, 1880. 

627. Mother and child. The woman is giving the child pap from 
a little saucepan. 

O. octagonal, 12 by 10 in., h. f. seated %\ in. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

628. A tailor's workshop. Master and workmen are seated on a 
table; a woman is standing near _. <*-* _ 

with a fish-pail on her arm. y 0-,^ r\ * I O £l 3 

C.26by2iin.,h.f.i3>4in. Signed on a chair: ** *JLJ / ^ ^ l * " 

. Sale J. de Vos 1833. Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of 
Amsterdam since 1885. 

629. An interior. In a kitchen the figures of two old men, the one 
at a spinning wheel, the other 
coming home from fishing. 



7<!yt^£ 



O. 2314 by 18^ in., h.f. 12% in. A^^/A^ 

Signed on the door: 

From the sale G. van der Pot, ^ ^ 

Rotterdam 1808. . f\^ U Z. 




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680. The chimney corner. Two 

old men seated in company, the one smoking, the other drinking, 
O. 24 by 18^ in., h. f. seated, 12 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 




<^%nj(cLn£aArv. ) ^Pf- 



From the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

BRETON (Emile-Adglard), was born at Courrieres in 1831, died 
there in 1902. A pupil of his brother Jules. 

631. In the height of the storm. Under a very dark sky large 
waves breaking against the shores. 

C. 19 by 27^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Emile Breton, 74. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

BREUGEL. See Brueghel, p. 84. 

BREUHAUS DE GROOT (Frans Arnold), born at Leyden, 

13 June 1824, died at Brussels, 23 June 1875. Pupil of his 

father Frans Breuhaus de Groot. Z. 

632. The port of Saint-Nazaire. 

C. 18 by 27^4 in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: F. A. 
Breuhaus de Groot, F. Purchased at an exhibition held at Arti and 
Amicitiae in i860. 

BRICE (Ignace), was born at Brussels in 1795 and died there in 1866. 
632a. The poulterer. The salesman is pinching the bare arm of a 
servant girl who has come to make a purchase. 
C. 39 by 48^ in., nat. size. Signed to the left on a wall: Brice 1827% 
From the pavilion "Welgelegen", at Harlem 1885. 



BRIL. 



83 



BRIL (Paulus), born at Antwerp in 1554, died at Rome, 7 October 1626, 
where he had been living from 1 574. Studied in his native town under 
Damiaen Ortelmans, and his brother Matthys Bril. Worked in Italy 
under the guidance of the brothers Carracci and of Elsheimer. E. 

633. Ruins. A hilly landscape bounded by ruins, with several groups 
of people. 

COP. \b\ by 22ife in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed on a fence P.* Bn! 
in the foreground. Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

634. A rocky landscape with a river. An imposing castle rises 
on the steep banks of a river, along which several boats are 
moored. Perhaps a copy. 

COP. 9 by \\\ in., h. f. \\ in. Dated at the bottom to the left: &0 / 
Bought at the sale D. M. Alewijn, Amsterdam 1885. 

BRISE (Cornells), born at Harlem in 1622, died at Amsterdam 
after 1670. Kept the refreshment bar at the Amsterdam theatre. 

635. Hunting tackle hung up 

C 



against a wooden partition. 

C. 2 yds 7^ in. by 2 yds 
33% i n -> r ^al size. Signed at 
the bottom in the centre: 
Lent by Mr. H. D. Wfflink 
van Collen, since 1890. 

636. A study of still life. On a 

table are grouped a helmet, a 
breastplate, some books, musical 
instruments and a terrestrial 
globe. 

C. 4214 by 35% in. 

Signed on a book: 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1885. 

BROECK (Elias van den), probably 
born at Amsterdam. He was 
buried there, 6 February 1708. 
Has worked in Antwerp and in 
Amsterdam. 

637. Flowers and insects. 

Branches of various flowers 
with a large rose in the centre. 

C 15% by 13 in. 
Signed to the right, on a table: 
Presented by Mr. J. B. Wester- 
woudt, 1888. 




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638. Flowers. A branch bearing flowers j& / . ~\ /) YT) p n • 
and fruit; next to it a lizard and z^^ltQS [yU\T% • 



snail. 

C. 1614 by 1314 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Bought at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — 
Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 



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84 BRONCHORST. 



BRONCHORST (Jan Gerritsz.), born at Utrecht in 1603, died at 
Amsterdam in 1661 or 1662. Was a pupil of Cornells van Poelen- 
burg. Worked first in his native town, and from 1650 at Amsterdam. 
Served his apprenticeship as a painter on glass at Utrecht and 
in France. 

639. An allegory on the distribution of food (1657). 

C. 2 yds 31 in. by 62 in., - 

nat. size. Signed : ^^0 jT r f . 

Painted for the "Oude Zijds */Vtfn £>tO7\jCil0r^t • jCClt 
Huiszittenhuis " and formerly ^-^ J 

in the Workhouse. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

640. An allegory on the distribution of food. 

C. 2 yds \\ in. by 60^ in. Same source as No. 639. 

BRONDGEEST (Albertus), was born at Amsterdam, 2 December 
1786 and died there 30 July 1849. Pupil of P. G. van Os and 
of H. Numan. See No. 751. E. 

BRONZINO (Christofano AUori, called the). See Allori, p. 3. 

BROUWER (Adriaen), born at Audenarde in 1605 or 1606, was 
buried 1 February 1638, at Antwerp, where he settled in 1631. 
Came to Amsterdam in 1626 and was a pupil of Frans Hals, at 
Harlem, about 1628. E. 

641. A village carouse. A number of men and women are gathered 
round a table in a kitchen. 

O. io*4 by 13 in., h. f. seated, 5% in. Signed to the left, on a cask : y^ 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

642. A brawl among peasants, at the entrance, of a house. 

O. 10 by 131& in., h. f. 6 in. Traces of a signature to the right, p^ 
on a piece of wood. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

BRUEGHEL (Abraham), surnamed Rijngraaf. Was baptized at 
Antwerp, 28 November 1631, died after 1670. He visited Italy. 

643. Fruit. Pomegranates and ^^ — ^^ 

white grapes. J /rsrCUOeL'/ '•J*\PW*> % j ^ O 

C. 2614 by 19^ in. Signed kJ^'WW^*-*' * w J / 

at the bottom to the left: C-* 

From the sale held at "Pictura", Amsterdam 1887. 

BRUEGHEL (Jan), called "Velvet Brueghel", born at Brussels 
in 1568, died at Antwerp 13 January 1625. Son of Pieter Brueghel, 
the Elder. Pupil of Peter Goetkint of Antwerp, where he settled 
in 1596, after a visit to Italy. 

644. A village on the banks of a river. The scene is enlivened 
by the presence of several small boats on the water. ft veTrRB 

COP. 5^ by 8 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: «<ro4 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

645. View of a town on a river. A large number of fishing boats 
and a few crafts, filled with people, animate the view. 

COP. 6 by 8 in. From the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 



622. G. II. Breitner 



650. P. Ikueghel de Jongt. 646. Jan (Huweelen) Brueghel. 



BRUEGHEL. 85 



646. Latona menaced by the peasants. The scene is laid in a 

thickly wooded landscape, through which runs a brook. 
O. 14^ by 22 in., h. f. 2\ in. Van Heteren Cabinet, 1809. 

647. The Holy family on their way to Egypt, resting at the 
foot of a large tree. 

COP. 6^ by 4^ in., h. f. ^4 in. BavkgcI' 

Signed in the middle of the foreground: 

Replicas of this picture are in the Museums of Brunswick and Vienna. 

Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

648. Christ preaching from a fishermen's boat. A harbour on 
a rocky coast, with large crowds of people. (Copy?) 

COP. 1 1 % by 1614 in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: J ]j 
Presented by Baron van Spaen van BUjoen, 1808. 

649.. A river scene. In the foreground a large number of boats at 
moorage ; a little way off groups of fishermen and citizens. (Copy 
or imitation). 
COP. 8 by 11 in., h. f. 1^ in. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

BRUEGHEL THE YOUNGER (Peter), called "Hell Brueghel", 

was born at Antwerp in 1564 and died there in 1638. Son of 
Pieter Brueghel the Elder (the Peasant Brueghel) and pupil of 
Gilles van Coninxloo. 

650. The adoration of the Magi, represented in a Flemish winter 
landscape, with numerous figures. 

O. \6\ by 22% in., h. f. 2\ in. p:B*EV^5HEL 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Purchased at the sale Copes van Hasselt, Amsterdam 1881. 

BRUGGHEN (Guillaume Anne van der), born at Nimeguen 
2 November 181 1, died 18 July 1891 at Ubbergen, where he 
had settled. Pupil of P. G. van Os. E. 

651. A little dog on a chair. 

O. 12*4 by 9 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: G. A. v. d. B. /. 
Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

652. A study of dogs. 

PAP. on panel, 10 by 12% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: G. A. z. 
d. B. /. 68. Same source as No. 651. 

653. Still life. A dead wood pigeon by the side of a powder pouch. 

O. 13^ by 1 0^1 in. Signed : G. A. v. d. Brugghen 74. Same source as No. 651. 

654. Pigs about a farm. 

C 9^ by 13^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: G. A. v. d. B. /. 
Same source as No. 651. 

655. A little dog standing out against a red background. 

C. on panel, 6 by 7 in. Signed at the bottom: G. A. v. d. B. f. 
Same source as No. 651. In the store room. 

656. A black and white watch dog. 

C. 14% by 17 in. Signed on a bucket: G. A. v. d. B. Same source as No. 651. 

BUECKELAER (Joachim), born at Antwerp about 1530, died there 
in 1573. Pupil of his uncle Peter Aertsz., surnamed "Lange Pier". 

657. A well stocked kitchen. Some servant maids are busy plucking 



86 BUECKELAER. 




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fowls. In the background are seen*[f 

Jesus with Mary and Martha. 

C. 67% in. by 2 yds 26% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the top on a beam : 

Bought at the sale S. B. Bos, Amsterdam 1888. 

658. Ecce Homo. A market place with a number of salesmen 
displaying their wares and surrounded by buyers. In the centre and 
background Jesus being presented to the people. By the side other 
scenes from the Passion. (In the manner of Joachim Bueckelaer). 

O. 50 in. by 2 yds, h. f. seated 17 in. 

Bought at the sale H. F. ten Kate, Amsterdam 1889. 

BURBURE (Louis-Pierre-Eugene de), born at Schaerbeek 30 
January 1837; is living at Brussels. 

659. De Briel. On the occasion of the town celebrating the third 
centenary of its delivrance from the Spanish yoke (1572 — 1872). 
View on the roadstead covered with boats dressed with colours. 

C. 40 in. by 2 yds 4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : Louis deBurbure, 1872. 
Lent by the heirs of Mrs. B. J. Tideman, of Amsterdam, since 1889. 

BURGERS (Henricus Jacobus), born at Huissen, near Arnheim, 
9 January 1834, died at Paris 11 October 1899. 

660. A Jewish funeral. The procession in a narrow street is advancing 
towards the spectator. 

C. 67 by 49^ in., h. f. 40^ in. Signed to the right: Burgers. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

BURGH (Hendrik van der), was born at the Hague in 1769 and 
died there 15 September 1858. Z. 

661. After milking time. A dairy maid busy scouring copper 
vessels, is being teased by a young farmer. 

O. 19 by 14^ in., h. f. 8^ in. Signed to the left: H. v. d. Burgh, /. 
Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1827. 

BURGH (Hendrik Adam van der), worked at the Hague in the 
first half of the XIX century. Son of Hendrik van der Burgh. 

662. Milking time. A few cows standing near a brook. Punts laden 
with utensils are approaching the spot. 

(). i6ife by 21^1 in., h. cows 4^4 in. Signed to the right: H. A. van der 
Burgh Jr. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1827. 

BURGH (Pieter Daniel van der), was born at the Hague in 1805. 
Son of Hendrik van der Burgh. 

663. The "Gevangenpoort" and the "Plaats" at the Hague. 

O. 18% by 23 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: P. D. van der Burgh* 
From the Pavilion at Harlem. 
BURGH (R. van), Dutch painter; worked in the second half of the 
XVII century. 

664. Seafish. In the foreground various kinds of fish grouped by 
the side of a salmon cut in ^^ 
slices. The distance shows a ff) 
part of the coast. [J 
C. 44 by 6o 1 4 in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Bought at the "Brakke Grond", Amsterdam 1884. 




BURGKLY— GLIMMER. 87 



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BURGKLY— GLIMMER (Mrs. E. J.), an artist of the middle of 
the XIX century. 

665. Fruit, game and hunting tackle. 

C. 28^ by 36 in., real size. Signed at the bottom to the left: Mad. 
Burgkly — Glimmer nee Hoopstad, 1842. Bought from the artist in 1842. 
Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

BUSSCHOP (Cornells). See Bisschop, p. 64. 

BUYS THE ELDER (Cornells), known to have lived at Alkmaar 
from 1516 to 151 9, died before 1524. Was the eldest brother of 
Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen. 
665a. Painting of the vault of a choir divided into nine parts 
representing the last Judgment. Finished in 1519. In the 
centre Christ seated on the clouds ; at his feet St. Michael killing 
the devil who is squatted under one of the scales of a balance 
which angels are carrying and on which the sinners are weighed. 
To the left the damned are dragged by devils into hell which 
is indicated by numerous implements of torture. Attributed in the 
former edition of this catalogue to Jacob Cornelisz, van Oosfzanen. 
Formerly in the St. Laurence church at Alkmaar. Bought in 1902. 

BUYS THE YOUNGER (Cornells), born before 1524. Settled in 
Alkmaar from 1541 to 1545 and died there in 1546. Was the 
son of Corn. Buys the Elder. (See above). 

666. The meeting between Eliazer 
and Rebecca. An undulating country 
with groups of fi- 
gures and animals in 
the middle distance 
and background. 

O. 41^4 by 28^4 in., h. f. 16*4 in. 

Signed at the top: 

Lent by Mr. C. Schoffer, since 1896. 

BUYS (Jacobus), was born at Amster- 
dam 19 November 1724 and died there in 1801. Was a pupil 
of Corn. Pronk and of Corn. Troost. E-MT. 

667. Cornells Ploos van Amstel (1726— 1798). Art collector and 
copper plate printer at Amsterdam. Seated at a table. 

O. 10 by 9 in., h. f. 2 in. /— r. £\ . . <£-" ^ - 

Signed at the bottom to the left : J L/J Llikf *S. f V 6 U • 

Engraved by R. Vinkeles. <^ / ' ' 

Presented by Jhr. J. Ploos van Amstel to the Royal Society of Archeologists. 
Lent to the Museum. 

668. Johannes Monnikhoff (1707 — 1787). 
Physician at Amsterdam. Bust. 

C. 2814 by 24^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Bequeathed by Mr. A. S. van Nierop to th« 

town of Amsterdam. 

Lent to the Museum in 1887. 





88 BUYTENWEGH. 



BUYTENWEGH (W. Pz.). Was born at Rotterdam, married at 
Harlem in 1613, returned to his native town between 1623 and 
1625 and died there before 1630. An engraving of this artist, 
dated 1606, is known to exist. E. 

668a. The captain, standing, full face, holding a staff in his right 
hand. In the background, two soldiers. 

O* l 5*k by 11% in., h. f. 10^ in. Signed at the bottom ,'^ttt?,/*, 
to the left. Bought at Fr. Muller's auction rooms with Z*** 

the assistance of the Rembrandt Society in 1904. 

BYLERT (Jan van), born at Utrecht in 1603, died there 13 November 

1 67 1 . Was a pupil of Abr. Bloemaert. Resided for several years in Italy, 

. where he was much influenced „ — » -j* * 

by the works of Caravaggio. / jj . . / 

669. A lute player. Half length &P ij/Jfr/ - 




figure, turned towards the left. f g 

O. 714 by 714 in., h. f. I ^ in. / 

Signed at the top to the right: * 

Sales B. Lans, Amsterdam 1878 and J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1886. 

670. A woman's portrait. Bust, turned towards ^ n- S ~j. f 
the left, nearly full face. bumC** f 
C. 32*4 by 26% in., nat. size. Signed at the top to the left J A J 

Bought at Amsterdam in 1893. ^ V J 

CABEL. See Arent Arentsz., p. 43. 

CALAME (Alexandre), born at Vevey 28 May 1810, died at Mentone 
1 7 March 1 864. A pupil of Diday. Worked principally at Geneva. E-L. 

671. An Italian landscape. A sunset view. 

C. 22\ by 32^ in., h. f. on horseback, z\ in. Signed at the bottom to 
the left: A. Calame, Geneve. Bought in 1845. Collection van der Hoop. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

CALISCH (Maurits), was born at Amsterdam, 12 April 181 9 and 
died in that town 14 March 1870. Was a pupil of Jan Adam 
Kruseman. Z. 

672. To see the new baby. The young mother is seated with the 
child on her knees. 

C. 22^ by 26 in., h. f. 1 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : M. Calisck /. iSjj. 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

673. A mother's blessing to her daughter, who is leaving her. 

C. 47*4 hy 37^(1 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: M. Calisck 
feet. 1S44. Purchased in 1884 at an exhibition. Same source as No. 672. 

674. Cornells van Outshoorn (1810 — 1875). Architect and civil 
engineer. Half length figure, turned towards the left. 

C. 47^ by 39 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right : M. Calisck feet. 
Presented by the heirs of C. van Outshoorn, 1890. 

675. Johanna-Christina Beelenkamp (1820 — 1890). Wife of the 
preceding. Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

C. 47^ by 39 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: M. Calisck feet. 
Same source as No. 674. 



CAMERARIUS. 89 



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CAMERARIUS (Adam), known to have worked at Naarden, Amster- 
dam and Utrecht, from 1644 to about 1685. 

676. Christ and the centurion. The centurion is kneeling before 

Christ, who is sur- ^- 

' rounded by several ^^^ 

persons. Vjr 

C. 68 in. by 2 yds 1 7 in. W^ • ** 

Three fourths of the nat. W 1 /^/?' 

size. Signed at the bot- ^f ^ // ' f 
torn to the right: 
Bought at the sale Viruly van Vuren and Dalen, 1880. 

CAMPEN (Jacob van), architect, baptized at Harlem 16 July 1595, 
died at his country seat "Randenbroek", near Amersfoort, 13 
\ September 1657. 

677. Jupiter defeating the Centaurs and. Charon, the ferry- 
man of the Styx. Grisaille. 

O. 29% by 5 2*4 in., h. f. 6*4 in. 

This panel, with six others representing subjects of still life, formed the 
painted wainscot of a large room in the "Hoogerhuis", probably built by 
Jacob van Campen in 1645 and pulled down in 1879. This house was 
part of the property "Randenbroek" near Amersfoort and belonged to 
the artist. Placed in the East Gallery of the Museum. 

CAMPHUYSEN (Govert), came from a family of Gorcum;. he is. 
supposed to have been born in Friesland in 1623 or 1624 and 
was buried at Amsterdam, 4 July 1672. Resided also at Stock- 
holm, where he was court painter from 1653 to 1663. E. 

678. Portrait of the painter (?), seated ^ n. 

at a table, seen to the knees, wearingP ^^OjrAJ^^^SW^^ . 
a DiacK. nat. ^^^ ^ \ . jl {j 

C. 46 by 41 in. nat. size. Signed on a letter : ^ r £vAl 

This portrait is most likely that of his Q^^^^ - "* 

cousin Godefridus Camphuysen. \J 

(Information supplied by Mr. E. W. Moes). Bought in London in 1886. 

679. Scene in a stable. A man is trying s*> ^ , r 

to trip a chair on which a servant ( ( J I [ 

girl is seated before a table. ^ \^ WW Iff* /; 

O. 13 by 14% in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed: K^y J J 

This signature has been falsely crossed by ' 

that of P. Potter, Bequeathed to the town of Amsterdam by Mrs. Messchert 
van Vollenhoven, 1892. Lent to the Museum. 

CAMPHUYSEN (Rafel Govert sz.), born at Gorcum in 1597 or 
1598, buried at Amsterdam 23 October 1657. 

680. A landscape at sunset, near ^^ ^^ 

0.^18^25 in., h. f. 10 in. J\^^amuhiw( fitA 

Signed at the bottom to the left: / ^/j 

From the collection Gijsbert de 

Clercq, 1899. Purchased from the Rembrandt Society. 



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CAPPELLE. 



CAPPELLE (Johannes van de), born at Amsterdam in 1624 or 
1625, and was buried there 22 December 1679. He owes the 
development of his talents principally to the influence of Simon 
de Vlieger. E. 

681. Fete on board the yachts ("Admiraalzeilen"). A calm sea 
on which numerous sailing boats; in the foreground a ship's 
boat crowded with people. 

O. 25*4 by 36% in., h. f. 2 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : The initial • 

signature has been altered to de Vlieger -» €»•*»«•«•-*»• / v*f*0 

Engraved by W. Unger. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808, 
where it was catalogued "the Mustering of the fleet for the expidition to 
Chatham by Cappelle". 

CARAVAGGIO (Michel- Angelo Amerighi da), born at Caravaggio 
in 1569, killed at Porto d'Ercole in 1609. Was a pupil of Cesare 
d'Arpino. E. 

682. The death of Orion. The body of Orion foreshortened is lying: 
on the ground, the head turned towards the spectator. (Copy 
or imitation). 

C 59% by 6$ in., nat. size. Purchased from Mrs. Liotard, Amsterdam 1827, 

CARRfe (Hendrik), born at Amsterdam 2 October 1656, died at the 
Hague 7 July 1721. Pupil, among other masters, of his father 
Frans Carre\ 

683. A young officer in armour. Three quarter figure. In the distance 
some horsemen. 

C. ov. 33% by 26^4 in., h. f. 7 in. Signed at the back of the picture: 
H. Carre 1697. Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1889. 

CATE (Hendrik Gerrit ten), was born at Amsterdam 22 February 
1803 and died there 6 March 1856. Was a pupil of Pieter 
George Westenberg. 

684. The "Jan Roodenpoortstoren" at Amsterdam. (This tower 
was demolished in 1829). 

C. 24*4 by 32 in. Signed : H. G. ten Cate fee. 1829. 
From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", at Harlem 1885. 

685. A nook of the town by moonlight. 

C. 22 by 18 in. From a sale held in 184 1. Collection van der Hoop. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

CATE (Siebe J. ten), born in 1858, studied at the Academy of 
Fine Arts of Amsterdam. 

686. View of Zwijndrecht, near Dordrecht. River scene on a. 
winter's day. 

C. 14^4 by 24 in. Signed: ten Cate 92. 

Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, of Harlem, since 1902. 

CELS (Cornells), born at Lier, 10 June 1778, died at Brussels in 
1859. Was a pupil of Andreas Lens. 

687. A Swiss peasant woman, with her dog. 

C- 43^ by 34^4 in., nat. size. Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1821. 



CELS. qi 

688. JohanCornelis van derHoop(i742— 1825). Bust length, full face. 

C. 24^4 by 21^ !"•> °at. size. 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

CHATTEL (Fredericus- Jacobus van Rossum du), born 10 February 
1856 at the Hague. Is living at present at Scheveningue. 

689. The drawbridge. A Dutch landscape. 

M. 14 by 10% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Fred, J. du Chattel. 
Baron R. van Lynden bequest 1899. 

CIMA DA CONEGLIANO (Giovanni-Battista), born at Conegliano 
towards 1460; was still painting in 15 17. Pupil of Giov. Bellini. 

690. The Holy Virgin nursing the infant Christ. A mountainous 
landscape. 

C. 32^ by 26^ in., h. f. 4^ in. From the Mauritshuis, 1885. 

CLAESZ. (ALLAERT), was painting towards the middle of the 
XVI century at Amsterdam and was the first master of Pieter 
Aertsz. It is not altogether certain whether he engraved the 
numerous plates which have been attributed to him and are dated 
from 1520 to 1555. B. (?J. 

691. A group of eighteen members of the civic guard, 1534* 
Half length figures, facing the spectator. In the centre two of 
them carry the chain and the sceptre. n 

Attributed to this artist. Formerly A ^ ^ +*> *~ A^ 

ascribed to J. van Scorel. J\ ^ J f) J TT • 

0. 49^ in. by 2 yds 1 7 in., nat. size. Dated: **" 

From the Kloveniersdoelen (Arquebusiers* Hall), later in the small hall of the 

Court Martial in the old Town-Hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

CLAESZ. (Peter), born at Burg-Steinfurt about 1590, buried 1 
January 1661 at Harlem, where he is known to have worked 
already before 161 7. Was the father of Claes Berchem. 

692. Still life. Several cups and an overturned silver dish ; close by, 
on a pewter plate a lemon partly peeled and a few nuts. - 

O. 18 by 24% in., real size. Wrongly signed: yohan d Heem ^\ Jr 
f. 1640. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

693. A study of still life. On a table partly covered with 
a white cloth, some tin plates on which are seen a bloater,, 
a roll and a cut lemon; by the side a pewter salt-cellar, 
a bowl half filled and in the background a branch of vine. 
O* 2 S\ by 24% in., real size. Dated at the bottom to the 

right: A° 1647 and signed. Bought at Groningen in 1900. 

CLAEU (Jacques de), born at Dordrecht, worked from 1642 to 
about 1665 in that town, in the Hague and in Leyden. Was the 
son-in-law of Jan van Goyen and the brother-in-law of Jan Steen. 

694. "Vanitas". A study of still life. The different objects represented 
are: a terrestrial globe half covered, a death's head, a crucifix, 
a violin, a glass standing on a paper which is written upon and 
sealed, an inkstand and some 
flowers. 

0.21^ by 28 in. Signed to the right: J j) /. {ZC 
Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1888. 





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92 CLERCK. 



CLERCK (Hendrik de), born at Brussels about 1570, died towards 
1629. Was a pupil of Maerten de Vos at Antwerp. Painted 
principally for the churches of his native town. 

695. Marsyas defies Apollo. Composition crowded with many 
figures in a mountainous landscape. 

COP. 18 by 25 in., h. f. 7 in. Described as a work of de Clerck in the 
catalogue for the sale of the Cabinet van Heteren in 1808. 

696. Suzannah and the two Elders. Figures seen to the knees. 
(Attributed to this painter). 

O. 68 in. by 2 yds 5 in., nat. size. 

Bought at the sale J. Hollander, at, Brussels, in 1888. 

COOLERS (Louis-Bernard), was born at Liege in 1740 and died 
in that town in April 181 7. Was a pupil of his father Jan 
Baptist Coders. E. 

697. Jan Bernd Bicker (1746 — 181 2). Seen to the waist, seated at 
a table. 

M. 17^ by 14J/4 in., h. f. 3% in. Signed: 







Bequest Bicker, 1 881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 188 1. 

698. Catharina Six (1752— 1792). Wife of the preceding. Seen to 
the waist, seated at 
a table. 

M. 17J4 by 14^ in., 
h. h. 3% in. Signed 
in the background to the left. Same source as No. 697. 

699. A mother with her child. 

M. 1514 by 13 in., h. h. 2\ in. Signed on the back: L. B. Coders. 
Bought at an exhibition in 1809 or 1 810 (?). 

CODDE (Peter), was born at Amsterdam in 1599 or 1600 and was 
buried there 12 October 1678. His style was formed under the 
influence of F. Hals. ~-^ 

700. The adoration of the shepherds. Little figures (P 

of angels appear from behind great masses of dark V»/$ 
clouds. * 

O. 22 by 18 in., h. f. kneeling 7 14 in. Dated at the bottom ) 6 4$ 

to the left: 164s and signed on the cradle: 

Bought at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon in 1883. 

The company of captain Reynier Reael and lieutenant 
Cornells Michielsz. Blaeuw, "de magere Compagnie". Begun 
by Frans Hals and finished by Pieter Codde. See No. 1085. 

701. Portrait of a man. Bust, three quarter face turned towards 
the right'. (Attributed to this painter). o ^ 
COP. ov. 5*4 by 4^ in., h. h. i^in. Dated to the right : A/ . jj 2, 7 

with the following No. at the sale Josephus -^ 



Purchased 
Jitta, Ams 
of the Rembrandt Society. W-/t~ # *{- 



Jitta, Amsterdam 1898, with the pecuniary assistance * / 



. J. van de Cappelle. 



628. Q. G. Urckeleiikar 



CODDE. 93 



702. Portrait of a woman. Bust, three quarter face //> /* 
turned towards the left. (Attributed to this painter). ,/*• J J) 
COP. ov. 5^ by 5 in., h. h. i^ in. Dated: 

Same source as No. 701. w 

COENE (Constantinus-Fidelio), born at Vilvoorden 0ll T-3% 
in 1780, died 20 August 1841. Was a pupil of Pieter Barbiers Pz. 

703. The "Porte de Hal" at Brussels, with several groups of 
figures in the foreground. 

O. 37% by 48^4 in., h. f. 9 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : C. Coene 1823, 
Purchased at an exhibition, Brussels 1824. 

COENE (Jean-Henri de), born at Nederbrakel in 1798, died in 
1866. Was a pupil of Jacques-Louis David and of Jos. Paelinck. 

704. News from the market. Peasants meeting on the road are 
conversing together. 

C. 43 by 50^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left : Jf. Decoeneft. 1827. 
Bought at an exhibition, Ghent 1829. 

COINGNET (Gilles), was born at Antwerp about 1538, resided in 
Italy from 1567 to 1568, returned to Antwerp and settled at 
Amsterdam in 1586; he died at Hamburg 27 December 1599. 

705. The drawing of a lottery held at the "Rusland" for 
the benefit of the lunatic asylum of Amsterdam, in 
August 1592. An evening scene by torchlight. 

O. 45 in. by 2 yds 9J4 in., h. f. 12 in. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 

COLONIA (Adam de), born at Rotterdam 12 August 1634, died in 
London in 1685. 

706. Fire in a village during the night. In the foreground a 
sheet of water on which are seen 
some boats filled with people. 

O. 25^ by 23 in., h, f. 2% in. yr- , 4f ^^m/% J% 

Signed at the bottom to the left : Jb e if A ff fjlUli i 

Bought at the sale van Goethem te Soere, if^J/L \L \J IU ^" 

Amsterdam 1890. 

COLYNS (David), born at Rotterdam about 1582, settled afterwards 
at Amsterdam.- Was a pupil of his. father Chrispiaen Colyns. 

707. Eliah taken up to heaven. The prophet Elisha is looking 
•from a dark wood at the chariot which is carrying Eliah to heaven. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: Cj^Jc/l^^^. I * *^J 

From the estate of Mrs. Joost Brest, v»«»^ Jf 
Amsterdam 1644. Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1894. 

COLASIUS (Johan George). In 1735 or 1736 his name was on 
the voting list for the election of Dean of the "Gilde" (society 
of painters) of Utrecht. Has probably worked in that town. 

708. Hieronymus Jose- 
phus Boudaen. Bust. ({ h (f * & 

0|&. UA\ 




C. ov. 30^ by 25^ in., nat. 
size. Signed to the right : 
Bequest Jhr. Mr. J. de Witte 
van Citters, 1 875/1 903. 





94 COMPE. 



COMPE (Jan ten), was born at Amsterdam 14 February 1713 and 
died there n November 1761. Studied under Dirk Dalens III. 

709. The "Keizersgracht" at Amsterdam, showing the house 
of Mr. A. van der Hoop. >o 

C. 21% by 18 in., h. f. 2 in. ^7 fa/n C0/7?pe 

Signed at the bottom to the left: <w / 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

710. The "Huis Berkenrode" after the fire, 1747. 

O. 15^ by io\ in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : J. 7. Compef. 

711. The "Huis Berkenrode" after the fire (another view). 

O. 15% by 20^ in., h.f. 2^ 

in. Signed in the centre: 

This and the preceding 

No. were presented by 

Mr. L. M. Beels van Heemstede to the Royal Archeological Society, which 

has lent them to the Museum. 







CONINCK (David de), born at Antwerp in 1636, died at Brussels 
after 1699. Was a pupil of Pieter Boel. He visited Italy from 
1670 to 1687. Resided principally in his native town. 

712. The Stag-hunt. A stag at bay is being attacked by the hounds. 

C. 2 yds 3 in. by 2 yds • • 

1* in., nat size. Signed at nAVJD • D E C ON I NC K - 

the bottom to the right: 

Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

713. The bear-hunt. A bear is struggling with the hounds. 

C. 2 yds 2^4 in. by 2 yds 1% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom t 

Wso^easN^a^AVJD.DE ' CON1NCK 

714. Hawking. A party of ducks are being chased in the water by 
a dog, which is swimming towards them, and attacked from above 
by a hawk darting from the sky. 

C. 2 yds 1 in. * • 

nS d e! 2 * ta - * ^AVID >DE • C N 1 NC K. 

Signed at the bottom to the right. Same source as No. 712. 

715. Hounds and dead game. A goose hanging from the 
branch of a tree, partridges, pheasants and a fox. By the side 
some pieces of hunting tackle. 

C. 2 yds 1 in. by 2 yds ^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 712. 

COOL (Jan Daemen), was born at Rotterdam in 1589, lived in that 
town from the beginning of 16 18 and died there 24 November 
1660. He was inscribed on the rolls of the St. Luke's Guild of 
Delft in 16 14. 

716. Pieter Pietersz. Heyn (1577 — 1629). Admiral. Bust, nearly 
full face. 

(). 25% by 21^4 in., nat. size. Dated to the left: A° 162Q. Engraved by 
W. Hondius. Bought at the sale Fr. Muller & Co., 8 November 1898. 




COORTE. 



95 




COORTE (A. S., or S. A.), painter of still life, who was living at 
Middelburg in 1695. The works known of this artist date from 
1685 to 1723. ^-^ . 

717. A bundle of aspa- AJ> f O » 
ragus, lying on a table. nrr\ ) K^jQOOvC 

Pap. on O. 10 by 8 in. K^J V-» ^-^ 

Signed to the right: 

Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

CORNELISZ. VAN HAERLEM (Cornells), was born at Harlem 
in 1562, died there 11 November 1638. Was a pupil of Pieter 
Pietersz. at Amsterdam and afterwards of Gilles Coingnet at 
Antwerp. Visited France in 1579. He was one of the artists who 
mainly advocated the Italian tendency in art. Was also an architect. 

718. The massacre of the Innocents. A composition with nume- 
rous nude figures. 

C. 2 yds 25^ in. by 3 A 

yds 33 in., nat. size. 
Signed on a stone block : 



JL?>*9* - 




'jeciir 



,J- ' >59 



From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

719. Adam and Eve in Paradise. The two figures are standing* 
under the tree of Knowledge of Good 
and Evil. ^ ; J S 9 X 

C. 2 yds 35% in. by 2 yds 16^ in., nat. 
size. Signed at the bottom to the left: 
It is supposed that this painting has been 
presented to Prince Maurice, by the town 
of Harlem, for the "Prinsenhof", where in 
1663 it filled the space above the man- 
telshelf. It was with other pictures bestowed 
on the Batavian Republic by the town of Harlem in 1804. 

720. Dirck Volckertsz. Coornhert (15 22—15 90), poet, philosopher 
and engraver. Full face seen to the shoulders, wearing a flat cap. 
O. 16^ by 12^ in., nat. size. One of the replicas of this portrait is in 
the museum of Harlem. Engraved by J. Muller. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

CORNELISZ. VAN OOSTSANEN or VAN AMSTERDAM 
(Jacob), born at Oostzaan before 
1470, died at Amsterdam before 
18 October 1533. B- W. 

721. A man's portrait, seen to the 
shoulders, turned towards the 
left, the head covered with a 
flat cap. 

O. 15 by 11^ in., almost nat. size. 
Signed on the left: 
Bought in London in 1887. 




96 CQRNELISZ. VAN OOSTSANEN. 

722. Saul going to consult the witch of Endof. In the fore- 
ground the witch, with her assistants, is performing the rites 

of witchcraft. In the (">= ■ - =^ Q 

distance Saul is seen ^ A ° * ** ^ *~ +\-ttCZ*u *^r\ \S 



, • A - A A )5Q <5 anuSf 39 

entering the cave with 1 ./ ' vx ^vy 

his followers. / | A/V 4 *T^T 

O. 34 ife by 49^ in., h. f. ] J /$\ /"\ 

seated, 1 3 in. Signed at the 
bottom in the centre : 



J> 



The |T( in the middle of the date has probably been a 2. Purchased at 
a sale held at Valenciennes in 1879, from the collection Beauvois. 

723. Mount Calvary. This composition is filled with a great number 
of figures, many on horseback. In the centre, Christ on the Cross. 
Other scenes from the Passion are represented in different parts 
of the rising ground. (Attributed, to this painter). 

O. 41 by 34^4 in., h. f. 14^ in. Bought at the sale Heeswijk, 1902. 

724. See No. 665a. 

CORNET (Jacobus-Ludovicus), was born at Leyden 18 August 
1 81 5 and died there in 1882. Was Director of the National 
collection of prints at Leyden. E. 

725. David Pierre Humbert de Superville (1770 — 1849). Seen 
to the knees, in profile. 

O. 8 by 6 in., h. h. \\ in. Signed in the background to the right: y, L. C. 
Presented by Mrs. K. J. F. C. Kneppelhout van Sterkenburg, born Drabbe, 1 888. 

COROT (Jean-Baptiste-Camille), born at Paris 28 July 1796, died 
in that town 23 February 1875. Was a pupil of A. E. Michallon 
and of Victor Benin. E, 

726. A pond in a wood, encircled on the left by high trees with 
thick foliage and on the right by high brushwood. 

Walnut 12^ by 20^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Corot. 
* Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness 
van Pallandt, 1900. 

COURBET (Gustave), born at Ornans 10 June 18 19, died at La 
Tour de Peiltz, near Vevey, 31 December 1877. Was a pupil of 
Baron Steuben and of Aug. Hesse. 

727. The forest of Fontainebleau. A sylvan spot; a brook running 
between rocks covered with luxurious vegetation. 

C. 32*4 by 40J4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: sj, G. Courbet. 
(Uncertain signature). Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, 
born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

728. Rocks. A small waterfall between bare grey rocks. 

Signed at the bottom on the left: yS G. Courbet, Same source as No. 727. 

729. Apples. A very dark landscape for background. 

C. 2314 by 1914 in. Signed at the bottom on the left: 72 G. Courbet, 
Same source as No. 727. 

COURT (Joseph-D6sir6), born at Rouen 14 September 1797, died 
at Paris 23 January 1865. Was a pupil of A. J. Gros. 

730. St. Catharine, dressed in rich garments, reading a book. 

C. 32*!| by 26 in., nat. size. Signed in the background to the left: Court, 
Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



COUTURE. 97 



COUTURE (Thomas), was born at Senlis 21 December 181 5 and 
died there 30 March 1897. Was a pupil of A. J. Gros and of 
Paul Delaroche. 

731. The love of gold. Several young women are lavishing their 
enticements on an old man, who is seated before a table 
covered with valuables, in which he is burying his hands. Behind 
the old man, the figure of Mephistopheles. Probably a study for 
the picture in the Museum at Lyons. 

C. 14^ by 18 in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed at the top to the right: 7. C. 
Lithographed by A. Mouilleron. Presented by the Dowager Baroness 
R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

COUWENBERG (Abraham Johannes), born at Delft in 1806, 
died at Arnhem 6 April 1844. Z. 

732. Winter. View on a frozen canal, near a dock-yard. 

C. 29^ by 39^ in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed to the right: A. y. Couwenberg. 
Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1837. 

CRABETH THE YOUNGER (Wouter Pietersz.), was born at 
Gouda about 1593 and died there a little before 16 July 1644. 
The grand-son of his celebrated namesake, the painter on glass. 
Was a pupil of Cornells Ketel and visited Italy and France. 

733. The unbelief of the apostle Thomas. Christ surrounded by 
all the apostles reveals himself to Thomas. 

C. 2 yds 25 in. by 3 yds 15V4 in., nat. size. Engraved by Corn, van 
Dalen. Originally in one of the chapels of the "Driehoek" at Utrecht. 
Presented by the board of management of the " Oud-Bisschoppelijke Cleresie" 
at Utrecht, 1902. 

CRAEY (Dirck), born at Amsterdam, died at the Hague between 
1662 and 1666. Keeper of the Cabinet of paintings of the 
Prince of Orange. Was one of the founders of the society of 
artists " Pictura", at the Hague. 

734. Johan van Riebeek (16 18 — 1677). First governor (commander) 
of the Cape. Bust, turned towards the right. 

O. 29^ by 21^ in., nat. size. 

Presented by Jhr. Mr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen, 1884. 

735. Maria de la Quevellerie. Wife of s~* 

the former. Bust length, turned towards / Q S 0- 

the left. .— .. ^^^ 

O. 29 V4 by 23^ in., nat. size. Signed to the left : ff\^ 

Same source as No. 734. y (J ' ' T7* 

CRAEYV ANGER (Gijsbertus). See Behr, -^^K^yiM^Jj £. 
p. 56. E - L. ^ . 

CRAYER (Gaspar de), baptized at Antwerp 18 November 1584, 
died at Ghent 27 January 1669. A pupil of Raphael Cocxie 
who was one of the imitators of Rubens. Was inscribed in the 
"Guild" of Brussels in 1607. E. 

736. The adoration of the Shepherds. 

C. 3 yds 15^1 in. by 2 yds 16 in., nat. size. Companion to the following 
No. Purchased at the Hague in 181 8. 



98 CRAYER. 



737. The descent from the cross. 

C. 3 yds 15^4 by 2 yds 16*4 in., nat. size. Companion to No. 736. 
Bought at the Hague in 181 8. 

CUNAEUS (Conradijn), born at Termonde 1 November 1828, died 
at Nieuwer-Amstel 5 September 1895. Was a pupil of Nicolaas 
Pieneman. Z. 

738. Sporting companions. Two dogs and a few implements of 
hunting. 

M. 17^4 by 24^ in., h. of dogs, 914 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: C. Cunaeus i860. 

Bought at an exhibition held at "Arti et Amicitiae" in i860. 

CUYLENBURG (Cornelis van), baptized 2 April 1758 at Utrecht, 
died at the Hague 22 September 1827. In 1783 he was still 
at Utrecht; afterwards he went to Antwerp and was living at 
the Hague in 18 13. 

739. Willem Crul (1721 — 1781). Rear-admiral. Seen to the knees, 
turned towards the right. 

C. 44^ by 34^4 in., nat. size. A copy made in 1801 from the original 
of J. J. Heinsius, dated 1763. From the National Museum, the Hague 1 808 

740. Jhr. Theodorus Frederik van Capellen (1762 — 1824). Vice- 
admiral. Seen to the knees. 

C. 57 by 43% in., nat. size. Signed on the left: C. van Cuylenburgh ad 
vivum 181J. From the pavilion " Welgelegen " at Harlem, 1877. 

741. Jan Arnold Zoutman (1724— 1793). Vice-admiral. Seen to 

the knees. 

N C. 44^ by 33^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: C. van 
Cuylenburg fecit A 1801. Same source as No. 740. 

742. An allegorical representation of the return of the Prince 
of Orange, after the victory of Waterloo in 1815. 

C. 2 yds \\ in. by 2 yds 23^4 in., h. f. 26^ in. 

Signed on the right : C. van Cuylenburgh inv* et pinx* a° i8ij. 

From the storeroom of the "Mauritshuis", the Hague 1885. 

CUYP (Aelbert), born at Dordrecht in October 1620, died there 
15 November 1691. Was a pupil of his father Jacob Gerritsz. 
Cuyp. E. 

743. Fighting between horsemen, in a hilly and wooded landscape. 

O. 19^ by 25^1 in., h. f. 3% in. Signed at the bottom ^ 

to the left. Sale van Slingelandt, 1785. A C.\J[\/fD 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. ** ^ 1 

744. A mountainous landscape. In the foreground two horsemen ; 
behind them, in the golden light of the setting sun, a shepherd 

is leading his flock along the ascent of d ^ j 



J[ cmf 



a hill crowned with ruins. 

(). 26^ by 36 in., h. f. on horseback, 4^ in. ^^ mm0 _ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: // 

Bought from A. de Lelie in 1810. L# 

Cabinet J. Rombouts 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 




CUYP. * 9 9 

745. Landscape with figures and cattle. In the light of a declining 
sun, herdsmen are driving their cattle ^^ ^ » > 
through a mountainous landscape /£jl 
traversed by a river. jyu ^T 

C. 4114 by 40% in., h. f. 3% in. ^7 Jb <* ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot, 
Rotterdam 1808. 

746. Cattle. A farm with a few heads of cattle ; in the immediate 
foreground an ox of a beautiful red-brown colour, seen from 
the side and, lying near him, a black cow. In the background 
a village. 

O. 15^ by 22 in., h. ox, *j\ in. Signed on the chimney piece: ^ C 

Bought at a sale held at the Hague in 1851. 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

747. View of Dordrecht, at sunset. Along the quay some boats 
are moored. 

C. 26^ by 3314 in. This painting is, with a few slight modifications, a 
duplicate of the left half of a picture by A. Cuyp, which has been 
separated from the other half for a considerable time. The picture in its 
entire is in the collection of Captain Holford, of London. 
Bought from A. Brondgeest in 1839. Same source as No. 746. 

748. Portrait of a young man, wearing a cap with a feather and 
holding a gun in his hand. Attributed to this painter. 

O. ov. 32^ by 27% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 746. 

749. The wine-trade. A copper-panel painted on both sides. On 
one side, two merchants standing at the wharf; on <l, , 
the other, two men tasting the wine in a cellar. (T ll J 

COP. 18 by 20% in., h. f. seated, 8^ in. Signed on a cask » I 
in the cellar. Purchased at Paris in 1888. 

750. Fight between birds. On a piece of rising ground, a cock 
and a turkey-cock are righting; a hen is hurrying off frightened. 
(Doubtful assignation). 

C. 50 by 62^ in., nat. size. Engraved by W. Unger. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808 (?). 

751. A river scene. Copy from the picture of Cuyp by Albertus 
Brondgeest. (See p. 84). 

O. 28 by 35% in., h. f. 3% in. Collection van der Hoop. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

CUYP (Benjamin Gerritsz.), was born at Dordrecht in December 
161 2 and died there in August 1652. Was half-brother to 
Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp. 

752. Joseph in prison. He is explaining their dreams to the baker 
and the cup-bearer. PV^ <*- % \ 

O. 28^ by 24 in., h. f. seated, 12% in. 

Signed on the window ledge : 

Bought at the sale of Jhr. W. Gockinga, Amsterdam 1883. 

CUYP (Jacob Gerritsz.), was born at Dordrecht in December 1594, 
settled in that town from 16 17 and died there in 1651 or 1652. 
Was a pupil of Abraham Bloemaert at Utrecht. 




K, Cuyp 



ioo CUYP. 



facuyp, fecit 



U1V ACVVsl^ OV'V-'ll Llll\_.\_. UUCtll^lO lUlllVU *.\J 

Jfr.cuyp,/ec/f 



753. Rural scene. A young shepherdess seated in the midst of 
her flock, with a child on her 
lap, points laughing to a sower, 
who is seen in the background 
of the picture. ~ ^y I 

C. 44 by 66^ in, nat. size. * S -^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : n \) 3L <5* A 
Bought in London in 1898. * 

754. Margaretha de Geer (1585—1672). Wife of Jacob Jacobsz. 
Trip (1575 — ). Bust, the face seen three quarters turned to 
the right. 

O. 29^ by 24 in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the 

left: %ttatt$ 66. 

Purchased at the sale G. / y I / 

van der Voort, Amster- ' 

dam 1877. and *6S*> 

755. A day in the country. Father, mother, three children and 
two domestics, one of whom is holding the horse which has 
been taken from the carriage. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 33^ hy 45 in., h. f. 12^ in. Purchased in 1849. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DAIWAILLE (Alexandre -Joseph), born at Amsterdam 21 January 
18 1 8, died at Brussels in 1888. Was a pupil of his father 
Jean-Augustin Daiwaille and of Barend Cornells Koekkoek. 

756. A snow scene. Landscape close to a village. 

C. 27^ by 24^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: A. y. Daiwaille 1S4J. 
From a sale held in 1846. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DAIWAILLE (Jean-Augustin), born at Cologne in 1786, died at 
Rotterdam 12 April 1850. Was a pupil of Adriaen de Lelie. E-L. 

757. Pieter Barbiers Pietersz. (See p. 51). Seated, half length 
figure, holding his palette in his hand. 

C. 3 1 14 by 24^ in., nat. size. Lith by S. Vos. Presented by Mrs. Krook 
van Harpen — de Burlett to the Royal Archeological Society, whfch lent 
it to the Museum in 1889. 

758. Jan Blanken the younger ( 1 7 5 5 — 1 838). Government inspector 
for Bridges and Roads (Waterstaat). Half length figure, seated 
at a table. 

C. 32^ by 26^ in., nat. size. 

Presented by Mr. Joh. A. Matthes, Amsterdam 1899. 

759. Hendrik van Demmeltraadt. Father. of Clemens. (See No. 
1 671). Seated, half length figure, nearly full face. 

C 30^ by 24 in., nat. size. 

Bequeathed by Miss Anna Johanna Carp, of Harlem, 1 901. 

DALENS THE ELDER (Dirck), born at Dordrecht about 1600, 
died at Zierikzee towards the end of 1676. Settled at the Hague 
before 1626 and lived in that town till shortly before his death. 



79 1 - Gerard Dou. 



719. C. Cornelisi van Haerlem. 737. Gaspar de Crayer. 



795. Gerard Dou. 



DALENS THE ELDER. 101 




?60. An Italian landscape with mythological figures. 

O. 13% by 18 in., h. f. 4^ in. rjh^iy i-n a q C »i ~ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: " I n C K • . Jj A L £• ^S • 

Muyser Collection, the Hague. 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 

DANCKERTSZ. DE RY (Pieter), born at Amsterdam in 1605, 
died at Rudnik 9 August 1661. Court painter to the King of Poland. 

761. Portrait of a young man in hunting costume. Seen to 

the knees. ALtati, svi 23 An<> i6jj, 

C. 43*4 hy 34^ in. Dated and / 

signed at the bottom to the left: T"\ *r>. / 

Purchased in 1 892. I . U ATI C KJUCSt 

DASVELDT (Jan), was baptized at 

Amsterdam 26 August 1770 and died there 11 February 1855. E. 

762. St. Bernard dog. Standing in a landscape. 

C. 56. by 69% in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: /. Dasveldt. 
Van. cter Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

763. Two dogs. 

O. 5^ hy 7^ in., h. dog, 3*4 in. Same source as No. 762. 

DAUBIGNY (Charles Francois), was born at Paris 15 February 18 17 
and died in that town 19 February 1878. Was a pupil of his 
father Edine-Francois Daubigny and of Paul Delaroche. E. 

764. On the banks of the Oise. 

M. 13^1 by 23 in. Signed: Daubigny 1872. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, since 1888. 

765. View from the shore. A calm sea at ebbtide. 

M. 14 by 22 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Daubigny, Presented 
by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

766. October. A wide stretch of ground on which the remains of 
the harvest are being burnt. 

C. 34^ by 63*4 in. Signed with the stamp of the sale, printed in red: 
Vente Daubigny. Same source as No. 765. 

DAUMIER (Honored, born at Marseilles 26 February 1808, died at 
Valmondois 10 February 1897. Was principally a lithographer. Z. 

767. Christ and his apostles. The group is represented seated in 
a barren and rocky landscape. 

C. 26 by 32*4 in., h. f. seated, 13^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: h. D. Presented by the Dowager 

Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

DECAMPS (Alexandre-Gabriel), born at Paris 3 March 1803, died 
at Barbizon, 22 August i860. Was a pupil of Abel de Pujol. 
Visited the East. L-E. 

768. The truffle gatherer. In a landscape gilded by the setting 
sun, a villager is training his hog to hunt for truffles, under a 
tree standing in the foreground. 

C. 39^ hy 52^ in., h. f. 30 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: D. C, 
Same source as No. 767. 



102 DELACROIX. 




DELACROIX (Ferdinand- Victor-Eugene), born at C'harenton- 
Saint-Maurice, 26 April 1798, died at Paris, 13 August 1863. 
Was a pupil of Pierre Gu£rin. Visited the East. Z - E. 

769. Christ in Gethsemane. The figure of Christ lying full length 
on the ground. 

C. 13% by 16% in., length of the f., 11^ in. Signed at the bottom in 
the centre : Eug. Delacroix, 1861. Same source as No. 768. 

DELFF (Cornelis Jacobsz.), bom at Delft in 1571 and buried there 
15 August 1643. Was a pupil of his father Jacob Willemsz. 
Delff and of Corn. Cornelisz. van Haarlem. 

770. The dealer in poultry. A young woman is buying a cock 
from an old peasant. By the 
side are a dog and a brass 
milk pail. 

O 35% by 56ft in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1883. 

DELFF (Jacob Willemsz.), born at Gouda, he was buried at Delft 
7 May 1 60 1, where he had resided since 1582. 

771. Family group of the painter, his wife Maria Joachimsdr. 
Nagel and his three children Cornelis, Rochus and Willem. 

The artist is represented painting his wife's portrait; his sons 

are standing behind him. 

O. 43 by 32% in., h. h. 8 in. Acquired at the sale J. Hollender, Brussels iSaa. 

772. Paulus Cornelisz. van Beresteyn (1548 — 1625), seen to the 
knees; the three quarter face is .turned towards the left. 

O. 45 ^ by 33 in., nat. size. 

In the background on the right, the ^^ ^?^ 

family coat of arms. )^n^ T^HIf J $ 9 *& 

On the left, the date and signed: yp j./>j. ' * a 

Bought at the sale of Jhr. van /& tdtiS 4 **• 

Beresteyn at Vught in 1884. 

773. Portrait of a little girl. She is represented standing, holding 
in one hand a basket of fruit and \^^ 

in the other a piece of cake. A ~^j£jr^ Ultf/ J f g J 

little dog is jumping up to her. ^S^-,, m * 

O. 24^ by 18^ in. Bearing the inscription : " /j& fttffS Slice X 
Purchased at the sale Heeswijk in 1900. v - > ^ 

DELFF (Jacobus), was born at Delft 24 May 161 9 and buried 
there 17 June 1661. Was a pupil 'jr^n a « 
of his father, the engraver Willem ^^Z, tcitiS 2. Jr 
Jacobsz. Delff and of Mich. Jansz. van y ^~ 

Miereveld. . */f f J 6 4 fr 

774. Portrait of a young man. Bust. /J7} ^^ 

O. 27% by 22^4 in., nat. size. ^^^^MrLfj c 

Dated at the bottom to the right and signed : /f/t ^ **€<?• 
Acquired in 1884. k&^~ «=*^ 



DELVAUX 103 



DELVAUX (Edouard), was born at Brussels 6 February 1806, died 
at Charleroi in 1862. Was a pupil of Henry van Assche. 

775. The banks of the Sambre. 

C. 26 by 32*4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Ed. Delvaux. 
Acquired at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1828 (?). 

DEMARNE. See Marne, p. 210. 

DENNER (Balthasar), born at Hamburg— Altona 1 5 November 
1685, died at Rostock in 1749. Worked principally in London 
and Hamburg. 

776. Portrait of a lady. Bust, the face, seen three quarters, turned 
to the left. (The Dresden Museum possesses / ^r 

an almost identical portrait). /) a/jnyTXjZ/^ 

C. 16% by 131^ in., h. h. 814 in. J^ U ' 

Signed to the left : a *** O 1 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1888. J / O ' 

DEVENTER (Willem Antonie van), was born at the Hague 
30 June 1824 and died there in 1893. Was a pupil of Hendricus 
van de Sande Bakhuyzen. E - Z. 

777. Katwijk on Sea. A bird's eye view of the shore and sea. 

C. 30^ by 40 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : W. A. 
van Deventer A° i860. Bought at the sale held at " Arti et Amicitiae" in i860. 

DIAZ DE LA PENA (Narcisso Virgilio), was born at Bordeaux 
20 August 1807 and died at Mentone 18 November 1876. Pupil 
,.,„ of Sip-alnn F — 

No. 772 is signed: 

puixif 

DIEPRAEM (Arent), baptized at Rotterdam, 23 January 1622, buried 
in that town 16 July 1670. In 1648 he was elected a member 
of the St. Luke's Guild (painters society) of Dordrecht. Pupil 
of Hendrick Maertensz. Sorgh and of Adriaen Brouwer. 

780. The public room at an inn. Several countrymen partaking of 
drink. Two of the party, who seem rather lively and excited, are 
seated at a table in the centre of the place ; two others are standing 
at the back near the chimney. 

C. 18 by 20% in., h. h. life in. 

Signed at the top to the right: - "^ ^ 

Purchased in London, 1892. J 5 

DIETZ (Gustave A.). A Belgian artist who painted at Brussels in 
the first half of the XIX century. 

781. Hebe, standing on the clouds with a cup in her hand. Jupiter, 
in the shape of an eagle, is bending over it to drink. 

C. 2 yds by 5 life in., nat. size. From the Pavilion at Harlem in 1885. 



^A . di ejov-aem. 



104 DOEFF. 




DOEFF (A.), a Dutch painter. Worked about the 
middle of the XVII century. 

782. A study of fish. A large cod, some crabs, 
a crayfish and a weaver. 

C. 41 by 36^ in. Signed in the foreground to the left : 
Acquired at the sale Pannemaeckers, Amsterdam 1887. 

DOES (Simon van der), was probably born at Amsterdam in 1653, 
died at Antwerp in 17 17. Was a pupil of his father Jacob van 
der Does. Lived principally at the Hague but spent some time 
in England and at Brussels. 

783. Maternal love. In an Italian landscape gilded by the rays of 
the setting sun, a young mother surrounded by her flocks is 
nursing her baby whilst her head is turned towards a little boy. 
C. 32^4 by 38 in., h. f. seated, 

10 in. Signed on the pedestal r Ci^np^^DoiS* A? DC C 111. 
of the statue: c -'* ^ 

Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

784. The reader. In a mountainous landscape, r\ ^ /-k 

with a few sheep by her side, a young girl J^ , Jj % /jQ r^ 

is reading to a little boy. 

C. 21 by 17^ in., h. f. seated, 7 in. • V^ -. mT* 

Signed on the seat. Bought at the sale ot J f @ Q 
Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam 1809. * 

785. A shepherdess with a child on her knees ; grouped around 
her a few sheep and a cow. , • 

C. 12^4 by 1 6*k in., h. f. 7 in. Signed at the bottom {* X / OO^r 
towards the centre. Sales Anthonie Sydervelt 1 766 O ♦ Yif/\ JO 
and Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam 1809. J J U ^ 

786. A landscape with cattle. A young girl in the act of milking 

C. 20^ by 24^ in., h. of animals, 5% in. Jn ^\f ,1)0 f ^ 
Signed to the left, above the bull: * 1 V|^ 

From the cabinet Schimmelpenninck, ' * ^^ 

Deventer. Acquired by C. F. Roos in 1856. Bequest L. D upper Wz., 1870. 

DONCKER (Herman), worked during the middle of the XVII century 
at Harlem, Enkhuizen and Edam. 

787. Portrait of a man. Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

COP. 12^ by 11 in., h. h. 
4^ in. Signed at the top 

to the left. lyrmctipT* nr j <rc> o 

Purchased with the follow- *^ UMl/VUI / -> <* } w 

ing No. in 1897. 

788. Portrait of a woman. Half length figure, turned towards the 
left. Companion to the preceding No. 

COP. 12^ by 11 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed at the top to the left: Donckerf. 
Same source as the preceding No. 

789. A family group. Father, mother and their child standing in a 
landscape with ruins. Whole length figures. 

C. 27 by 22*4 in., h. f. 14% in. Was formerly attributed to B. Breenberg. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



tengcn ngure, mrnea lowaras tne r 

i/Oncktr t j f? 



i DOOMER. 105 




DOOMER (Lambert), born at Amsterdam in 1622 or I623; made 
several journeys to France and Germany. Then lived at Amster- 
dam and finally settled at Alkmaar, where he was still living in 1692. 

790. An inn near Nantes. 

L O. II by 16 in., h. f. 2% in. 

Signed on the pump: y*\ /?Y± 

A drawing almost similar to this picture, J^/QQ 111 * ' 

also from the hand of Doomer, is in the 

National Printroom at Amsterdam. 

Bought at the sale Arnstein, Berlin 1896. Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1 890. 

DOU (Gerard), was born at Leyden 7 April 16 13 and was buried 
there 9 February 1675. First he studied under Barth. Dolendo, 
then worked for two years with the glass-engraver Pieter Couwen- 
horn and finally came under the guidance of Rembrandt. 

791. Portrait of the painter by himself, seen to the waist, smoking 
a pipe and leaning over the border of a window, in front of 
which a blue curtain has been withdrawn. >-» 

O. 19 by 14^ in., h. h. 2% in. VJDOV. 

Signed on the frame-work of the window, on a piece of paper : 
Engraved by A. Schouman, J. A. Boland and C. L. Dake. Originally in 
the collection of Hendr. van Slingelandt 1752, it came in 181 1 in the 
possession of Diederica Cath. van Slingelandt. Purchased in i860 at the 
f sale Hooft by O. de Kat at Dordrecht. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

792. Portrait of a man seated at a table on which his hat is laid. 

O. 1 1 by 9% in., h. h. 1^ in. Signed on the base of the column : 

Purchased at the sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. Q)OV 1646. 

Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

793. A fisherman's wife, leaning over the window sill with a reel 
and spindle in her hand. — 

O. 12^ by 9 in., h. h. 1% in. G>OV f 6f3 

Signed in the centre of the recess : 

From the collection Winkler, Leipzig 1768. Sales Talleyrand 181 7, D. 
Teixeira Jr., the Hague 23 July 1832 and Charles Bagot, London 18 June 1836. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

794. Portrait of a man of rank and his wife. The gentleman 
is standing, the lady seated. The figures are set off against a 
background of trees with dark foliage; a little dogstands by 
their side. The landscape and the dog are painted by Nic. Berchem. 

O. 30 by 24^ in., h. f. 10^ in. 

Signed in the foreground on the capital of a column / "X *~ 

bearing the artist's portrait: G. DOV. and in the ^f^J I 

foreground to the left: J *) CT( 1) f 'HI 

Bought at the sale M. E. Sluipwijk, countess van ^ 

Moens, 1803. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

795. Evening class. In a schoolroom lighted by candles and a 
lantern, a master is seated at his desk with his pupils around 
him; in the foreground a heavy curtain withdrawn. *** 

O. 21*4 by 16 in., h. f. boy seated, 6 in. Signed on the stool: ^JTJOV 
Lithographed by B. T. van Loo and C. W. Mieling. Engraved 
by J. A. Boland and T. Cole. Cabinet de Bye, 1665. Sales of Mrs. Allart 
de la Court, born C. Backer, Leyden 1766 and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 



106 DOL. 

796. Curiosity. A young girl holding a light in her hand is leaning 
out of the window. ^*-> 

O. 7 by 6 in., h. h. 1*4 in. Signed on the frame-work: I _^ 
From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809. ^ — JJOV* 

797. The hermit. The figure of an old man wearing spectacles, 
seated in meditation with a cross in his folded hands which 
are lying on a book. Behind him the trunk of a large tree and 
a vault of masonry forming his retreat. 

O; *3% bv IX in -> n - n - 2^ in. <2>ovi<&«« 

Signed on the little cross of the rosary: 

Sales Bicker van Swieten, 1741 and 1755, A. Wierman 1762, Amsterdam 

6 August 1 8 10. Cabinet Charles Bagot, London 1836. Van der Hoop 

collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

798. A hermit, seated lost in thought, bending over a crucifix, holding 
a rosary in his hands. In the background a vault forming his 
retreat. 

O. io 1 ^ by 7^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Sales Samuel Verhulst, the Hague 1737; 

B. Kley, the Hague 1781; G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

799. A family scene. In a homely interior a mother is nursing 
her child ; a little girl is standing close by. A copy by Dominicus 
van Tol (see p. 324) from the original in the possession of the 
Duke of Westminster, in London. 

O. 19% by 14^4 in., h. f. 8^4 in. Acquired in London, 1837, from the 
marquess of Westminster. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DOUW ( ), Dutch painter, worked about the middle of the 

XVII century. 

800. Portrait of two little boys. One, 
nearly naked, by the side of a lamb; 
the other, in rich garments, with two 
dogs. 

C. 45 by 53^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the 
bottom to the right: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1887. 

DOYER (Jacobus Schoemaker), born at Crefeld 24 June 1792, 
died at Zutphen 9 June 1867. Pupil of Jurriaan Andriessen and 
of Matth. Ign. van Bree. 

801. Pay day. A gouty landlord seated in a hall is gathering up 
the heaps of silver coins which his tenants have brought him. 

C. 25 by 30 in., h. f. 11 in. From an exhibition, Harlem 1825. 

802. Van Speijk introducing the burning lunt into the 
powder-room of his ship. 

C. 10^ b) 8% in., h. f. 41/4 in. Bought at a sale in 1850. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

803. Van Speijk hesitating before blowing up his ship, 
5 February 1831. 

C. 35 by 29^4 in., h. f. 21 in. 

Purchased at an exhibition iu 1836. Same source as No. 802. 




798- Gerard Dou. 833. K. Dujardin. 



!8. K. Duiardin. 



DREIBHOLTZ. 107 



DREIBHOLTZ (Christiaan.Lodewijk), born at Utrecht 8 Sep- 
tember 1799 and died there 16 March 1874. Was a pupil of 
Joh. Christ. Schotel. Z. 
804. Dordrecht, seen from Papendrecht. 

C 30 J 4 by 40 in. Signed on the right: C. L. W. Dreibholtz. 
Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1837. 

DRIFT (Johannes Adrianus van der), born at the Hague in 1808, 
died at Weert, near Roermond, in March 1883. Was a pupil of 
Andreas Schelfhout. E ' - Z. 
806. The "Gevangenpoort" at the Hague. A winter scene. 

(). \2\ by 10 in. Signed: y. van der Drift. Purchased in 1877. 

DROOCHSLOOT (Cornells), born at Utrecht 21 February 1630, 
died after 1673. Pupil and imitator of his father Joost Cornelisz. 
Droochsloot. Iff ^ 

806. A village street. An animated / .(\\ '^ . Q(>^* 

scene crowded with figures; in £t^|JKtW|'M 





"uH.cM 



l 6 



' 7. 



the distance, the church. 

C. 21% by 29% iu., h. f. 4% in. 

Signed in the centre of the foreground : 

Purchased at Bussum with the pecuniary aid of the Rembrandt Society, 1900. 

DROOCHSLOOT (Joost Cornelisz.), was born in 1586, probably 
at Utrecht, and died there 14 May 1666. In 1616 he became a 
member of the St. Luke's Guild of Utrecht. E. 

807. The good Samaritan. He is binding the wounds of the 
stripped traveller lying under large trees at the verge of a wood; 
in the distance are 
seen the priests 
hurrying away. 

C. 46 1& in. by 2 yds 

3% in. Signed at the J J 

bottom to the left: 

From the hospital of St. Barbara and St. Laurence, at Utrecht. 

Lent by the said town, in 1886, to the Museum. 

808. St. Martin. Close to a Dutch village, surrounded by a crowd 
of country people among whom are several cripples, St. Martin 
on horseback is cutting a 
lappet off his cloak. ...... — 

(). 23 by 33% in., h. f. on horse- I' j 00 ^- C^ff , 

back, 9% in. Signed to the left, ] O* 00 "| .«Sf'o { . I 6lV 

on a house: y£>^es—^- ~ .2—1 

Bought in England in 1 900. 

809. The disbanding of the hired troops on the "Neude" at 
Utrecht. 

c - 3°% by 6214 m., . . r 

h. f. on horseback, JQ0 St ' <J>Y KC ftj . Tj TO QCO $ \Q0t. t 

8 in. Signed to the J /\y\ O # \ / ^ ^S J 

right, on a banner : ^^ _ J 

This is a replica of the pictures which are in the Museum "Kunstliefde", 

at Utrecht, and in the Royal Museum at Brussels. 

From the National Museum, the Hague (>), 1808. 



io8 DROOCHSLOOT. 



Dubbels. 



810. Lodgings for the poor. In the foreground on a wide road 
lined with foreign looking buildings, a nobleman on horseback 
and dressed in armour, is seen in the midst of a crowd of 
poverty-stricken and crippled people. 

C. 40J4 by 55^ in., h. f. 6 in. 

Signed to the left in the foreground : ^*jL. ^T*®* N L A ^*7 

From the Workhouse. Lent by the ljjj>- • m3$ ' ID""/ 

town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DUBBELS (Hendrick), born at Amsterdam in 1620 or 1 621, buried 
there 9 June 1676. He had several customers at Amsterdam. 

811. A river view. A few boats lying at anchor under a grey 
sky on a smooth river. 

O. 15 by 1914 in. Signed on a floating piece of board : """^V\Vy)\\ p \ C 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam 1809. 

812. A dead calm. View on a smooth sea or the mouth of a river : 
in the foreground two boats lying at anchor with* slack sails- 
A cloudy sky. 

C. 19 by 24% in., h. f. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : D'VBBELS 
Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

813. Fleet off the Helder.. A stormy sea near the shore; large 
waves are breaking on the coast. 

C. 55 in. by 2 yds i^ in., h. f. 5% in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Acquired in England. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DUBOIS (Simon) or du Bois, baptized at Antwerp in 1632, buried 
in London, 26 May 1708. Was a son of Hendrick Dubois, an 
artist of Rotterdam; studied under Nic. Berchem and Phil. 
Wouwerman, at Harlem. Settled in London about 1685. 

814. Arnout van Citters (1661 — 1718). Governor of Sas-van-Gent. 
Bust, turned towards the left. 

C. 14% by 12^ in., h. h. 4^4. in. Bequest Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

815. Anna van Citters (1664—1694). Sister of the above. Bust, 
nearly full face. 

C. 141^ by 12% in., h. h. 5% in. Same source as No. 814. 

816. Emerentia van Citters (1666 — 1694). Sister of the above. 
Bust length, turned towards the left. 

C. 14% by 12% in., 

h. 

at 

the right 

Same source as the preceding No. 

817. Josina Clara van Citters (1671 — 1753). Sister of the former. 
Bust, nearly full face. 

C. 14% by 12% in., h. h. $% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
S. du Bois, fee. 1693. Same source as No. 814. 

818. Johanna van Citters (1672 — 1740). Sister of the former. 
Bust length, turned to the right. 

C. 14^ by 12^ in., h. h. 5^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : S. du 
Bois, fee. 169 j. Same source as No. 814. 



:. 14^ by 12^ in., -- 

l. h. 5% in. Signed / <\ w /} . f- #/!-» 

it the bottom to ^» OU 1D01$ f**C» '^95 

he right: *J S 




DUBOIS DRAHONET. 109 

DUBOIS DRAHONET (Alexandre Jean), died at Versailles in 1834. 
818a. Jhr. Albert-Dominique Trip van Zoudtlandt (1776—1 835). 

Was first a colonel in the French army and later a general and 
cavalry commander in the Dutch army. Bust, seen full face. 

C. 25% by 21*4 m «» nat - size. Signed to the left : A. y. Dubois Drahonet 1823. 
Presented by Jhr. W. F. Trip van Zoudtlandt, 1904. 

818b. Cornelia Gisberta Smit (1776— 1825). Wife of the former; 
bust, seen full face, 

C 25^ by 2.\\ in., nat. size. Signed to the right: A. J. Dubois Drahonet. 
Same source as No. 257a. 

DUBOURCQ (Pierre-Louis), was born at Amsterdam 25 April 181 5 
and died in that town '5 May 1873. Was a pupil of Andreas 
Schelfhout. Z- E. 

819. The cemetery at Baden-Baden. A mountainous landscape 
with a small cascade and a cornfield. 

C. 39% by 50 in. Signed in the foreground, on the left: Dubourcq iSjJ. 
Presented by Mrs. T. L. Dubourcq, in 1873. 

DUBUS (Matthieu) or Dubois (?) Dutch artist. Worked at Leyden (?) 
about 1680. 

820. A fortified place on a rocky island (probably the island of Ischia). 

C. 18^ by 25^ in. Signed at the bottom w w 

to the left. Purchased at the sale S. s\aa r\Li l*si \ /^tjRii/ - ^* 

Altmann, Amsterdam 1890. "WOttOU OUfilVfc 

DU CHATTEL (Fredericus Jacobus), see Chattel, p. 91. 

DUCK (Jacob), born at Utrecht about 1600, where he became a 
member of the St. Luke's Guild in 1621. Settled at the Hague 
after 1646 and probably died in that town after 1660. E. 

821. A cavalry stable. A horseman accompanied by a woman is 
entering the stable from the left, where, among other figures, is 
seen a soldier cleaning his equipment. In the foreground a 
display of cuirasses, banners and a drum. 

C. 26^4 by 20 in., h. f. 12% in. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

822. The. wine tasters. In the foreground a military man raises a 
full cup to his lips ; in the background a gentleman, a lady and 
two other persons. ■ 

O. 1 714 by 29 in., h. f. 12 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : i • ^ V C K, 
From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq in 1899. 
Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1901. 

DUCORRON (J.), was born at Ath (Belgium) in 1770 and died in 
that town in 1848. Was a pupil of Balth. Paul Ommeganck. 

823. A landscape. A country road along a canal, with here and there 
peasants, dwellings. 

O. 17*4 by 25^ in., h. f. 2% in. From a sale held in 1837. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DUGHET (Gaspard), generally called Gaspard Poussin. Was born 
at Rome in 161 3 and died there in 1675. ^ as a P u pM °f his 
brother-in-law Nicolas Poussin. E. 

824. An Italian landscape on the banks of a river, with mytho- 
logical figures. 

C. 27^ by 37% in., h. f. 4^4 in. Bought at Paris in 1823, hy King William I. 



no DUGHET. 



825. A landscape. A valley with a mountain stream and, ,on the 
right hand side in the foreground, a large tree. 

C. 29*4 by 39 i n « From the Hamilton collection. Bought at Paris in 
1823 by King William I. 

DUGARDIN (Guilliam), born about 1597. Was already at Amster- 
dam in 1 618, where he still resided in 1647. Probably the father 
of Karel Dujardin. 

826. Moses saved from the waters. *, V f 

From a sale held at Amsterdam in 1873. >•' 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1892. In the store-room. 

DUJARDIN (Karel), born at Amsterdam in 1622, died at Venice 
20 November 1678. Was a pupil of Nic. Berchem. Worked at 
the Hague and at Amsterdam and went twice to Italy. E. 

827. Portrait of the artist by himself, dated 1662. Bust length, 
nearly full face. 

COP. 11^ by 8^ in. Signed at the top V | AR D " Il4 . ft 

to the left: lx ■ 

Bought at the sale Gerrit Muller in 1827. \6 6 1. 

828. The governors of the house of correction of Amsterdam, 
in 1669. Full length figures grouped round a table and conferring 
together, with the exception of the central figure, which is standing 
facing the spectator. Their names are: Barend Pietersz. Elias, 
Michiel Tielensz., Joris Croock, Hendrick Becker, Johannes 
Commelin and jf 

Willem Muilman // 1/1 1 r /s » 1 /O/O 
the Younger. t/l W K . 1 On 

C. 2 yds 17 in. , 

by 4 yds 4% in., . 

?*£&£& KARE L ; B u : lAKDlH 

on the left, under a statue : 

Formerly in the governors' room of the house of detention. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 15 August 1808. 

829. Gerard Reynst (1599— 1658). Art collector at Amsterdam. 
Seen to the knees, with two greyhounds by his side. 

C. 51^ by 41^4 in., nat. size. • . 

Signed at the bottom to the left: If <■*,. # |AR."DJ^ • it 

Acquired in 1815. . * /X* " U * ' 

830. Portrait of a gentleman, his left arm resting on a rock on 
which a dead hare is lying; a greyhound by his side. 

C. 51^ by 41^ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the 
right : 
Bought at a sale in 1845. 




ig , a gicyiiuuiiu uy 111s siuc. 



Van der Hoop collection. ^ 

Lent by the town of Amster- 1 A ""7 Q 

dam, since 1885. ' $ 



DUJARDIN. 1 1 1 



831. A peasant on his farm. The man is at work close by his 
dwelling, which is half hidden by thick foliage; in the foreground 
a few pigs and a couple of donkeys. 

C. 14ft by 19 in., h. f. 2% in. • . - 

Signed at the bottom to the IS. _-^ . lAf^DI|/f •/* if/*/ ' 

From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

832. Muleteers gathered round a small table in the yard of an 
Italian inn; in the foreground some mules heavily loaded. 

COP. 13% by 1714 in., h. animals, 5 in. • 

Signed at the bottom to the right: • ]^* T) V • G A*R "D *W * j 

Same source as No. 831. " 

833. A trumpeter on horseback, resting in the yard of an Italian 
inn and drinking from a tin can which the hostess has just 
brought him. 

C. \*i\ by 13^ in., h. f. 4^ in. f/ i AU_Hil/l Jt • 

Signed at the bottom to the right : JC * " V ' ' * *" V f VK ~ T 

Engraved by P. Velyn. Purchased at the 

sale Jan Smees, Amsterdam 6 April 1729. From the cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

834. Landscape. Muleteers with their beasts fording a stream ; a 
flock of sheep is at the same time crossing it. 

C. 20 by 18% in., h. f. 4^4 in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : . # . n v • TA U O I VI • r % 

From the sale of the Duchesse de "•x '** ^- ^— ' / 
Berry in 1837. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

835. An Italian landscape with cattle. A woman, while milking 
a goat is talking to a peasant standing near her, a can full of 
milk in his hand. Behind him a horse at rest. 

O. 14^ by 19^ in., h. f. 5^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : U | 

From the Cabinet Rombouts in f\ . D U • I A f^D I 1/1 • -ft 

i850.BequestL.DupperWz.,i870. J 

836. A southern landscape, with ruins and animated with figures 
of soldiers. A copy from the original in the museum of Brussels. 

C. 18 by 24^ in. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

DUMESNIL (L. M.), French painter from the beginning of the 
XVIII century. 

837. The reception of Cornells Hop, ambassador of the 
States general, at the court of Louis XV, _* 

24 July 1719. .ui* ww65AV */fr 

C. 4114 by 6414 in., h. f. \i\ in. Signed to the o£GW*5 PU// 7. 
right. Engraved by S. Fokke. Presented by Jhr. ^ #v 

J. M. van Pabst van Bingerden to the Royal A" '^«P 

Archeological Society. Lent to the Museum, since 1889. 

DUPR£ (Jules), born at Nantes in 181 2, died at Paris 8 October 1889- 

838. A wide road. Impressionist view of a road across a heath 
under a gloomy sky. 

C. 36 by 46^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Dupre. Presented by 
the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 



ii2 DUPRfi. 

839. A sylvan scene. On the outskirts of a wood close to a willow, 
a cow and by its side a small human figure. 

C. 1 3^ by i6^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: yules Dupri. 
Same source as No. 838. 

DUPRjfc (L6on Victor), was born at Limoges 18 June 1816 and 
died there in 1878. Brother and pupil of the former.' 

840. Landscape. A wide stretch of heath and in the near distance a 

small pond. 

M. 1 3^ by 16% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Victor Dupri i86g. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

Dl)R£R (Albrecht), was born at Nuremberg 21 May 147 1 and died 
there 6 April 1528. Was a pupil of Michel Wolgemuth. On 
two different occasions he spent some time in Italy and was in 
Holland in 1521/22. B- W-E. 

841. Bilibald Pirckheimer (1470— 1530). Bust, the three quarter face 
turned to the left. Copy made probably after the well-known 
engraving. 

O. 7 by 4^ in., h. h. 3 in. Signed : Belibaldi MDXXIV, bearing the fraudulent 
monogram of A. Diirer. Bought at the sale M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1858. 

DUSART (Christiaan), born at Antwerp 25 February 16 18, died 
probably at Amsterdam after 1681. 
He was a friend of Rembrandt. 



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842. Portrait of a young man illumined f T} u Swi" 
by the light of a candle. He is ^ 
inspecting a drawing or a manuscript. S ^ . Q a C 

C 25% by 31 in., nat. size. Signed in 'C 1 ' I 

the background on the right: 
Acquired in 1897. 

DUSART (Cornells), was born at Harlem 24 April 1660 and died 
there 1 October 1704. Was a pupil and imitator of Adriaen van 
Ostade. MT.-E. 

843. Dancing musicians, represented in the street of a village, near 
a house on the step of which some persons are watching them. 

C. on O. 22^ by 18 in., h. f. 6^ in. . 

Signed at the bottom to the right: •> — ,_ nf, c c . f^- 

Engraved by a unknown artist and also by v* y ri .' JJ'XX.OCxt ^ .-■*££ 
J. A. Boland. Bought in 1814. ^^ 

844. The fish market. A scene in a village or a country town ; in 
the foreground two stalls : in the one, nearest to the spectator, a 
woman is cleaning fish ; around 
the second are crowding a great ^ ^^ 

many buyers. CoF^uAsart 

C. 27 by 35% in., h. f. 4^ in. w 

Signed over the first stall: 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

845. Kermesse in a village. In front of a cottage, a woman, with 
a little boy by her side, is turning the handle of a hurdy-gurdy. 
The occupiers of the house are leaning over the lower part of 




DUSART. 113 



the door; on a seat by the side of it sits a little boy and some 
country folks are standing about the street, *-*> /r - > 

limning. JVjktf^ 

O. 14% by 1314 in., h. f. 5 in. •* X / ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right: ^*— S 

Bought in 1829. Cabinet J. Rombouts 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

846. A village inn. In the foreground are seated a man and a 
woman ; behind them, under a penthouse are several peasants 

, smoking and drinking. 

O. 16 by 13 in., h. f. 5% in. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

847. A mother's happiness. A woman with naked breast is seated 
near a cradle holding a baby on her lap; outside a little boy is 
looking into the room through the open window. <> ck 1 

O. 12% by 10 in., h. f. 6\ in. 6tf>T>5uS<xrt\ 

Signed on the foot-warmer; /f/C — x 

Purchased at the sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. (J^P ^ * 
Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. W -^ 

DUW1&E (Henri- Joseph), Flemish painter; has worked at Brussels 
between 1850— 1870. 

848. A woman with a tambourine. Seen to the knees. 

C. 46 by 3 2*4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left : // J. DuweejS. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

DUYNEN (Isack van), supposed to have been bora at Dordrecht; 
worked at the Hague from 1657 and died there between 1677 
and 1 68 1. Was a pupil of Abr. van Beijeren. 

849. Seafish. In a basket and by the side of it some crabs, flounders 
and codfish partly cut up. 

C. 38 by 5qife in., real size. Acquired at Amsterdam in 1888. 

DUYSTER (Willem Cornelisz.), was probably born at Amsterdam, 
where he was buried 31 January 1635. 

850. The tric-trac players. Three soldiers are playing at a table 
covered with a cloth of an oriental design; a fourth is playing 
an instrument. 

C. ov. 1 3*4 by 15^ in., h. f. 5% in. 

Signed on the tablecloth: \tyL 2>VY$TI; 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius in 1887. 

851. F£te in honour of the marriage of Adriaen Ploos van 
Amstel with Agnes van Byler, in 1616. A large number 
of guests are gathered in a spacious drawing-room. 

O. 30 by 42^ in., h. f. 14% in. Presented by Jhr. Ploos van Amstel to 
the Royal Archeological Society, who has lent it to the Museum, since 1889. 

852. After dinner music. Ladies and gentlemen in a dining-room ; 
the cloth has not yet been removed. (Copy). 

O. 16^ by 24^4 in., h. f. 10^ in. Wrongly signed: J. Lijs 162s. 

The original was in the collection of A. Lenglart at Lille (information 

supplied by Dr. A. Bredius). Acquired from J. F. Laisney, of Paris, in 1887. 

DYCK (Anthonie van), born at Antwerp 22 March 1599, died in 
London 9 December 1641. Was a pupil of Hendrick van Balen 
and of Peter Paulus Rubens. Worked at Antwerp, in Italy and 
London. E. 



ii 4 DYCK. 

853. The penitent Magdalen. An almost naked figure with tearless 
eyes raised to heaven; a little child by her side. 

C. 67^ by 5914 in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

854. Francois (?) van der Borght. Full length figure turned 
towards the right, the face seen three quarters; the left hand is 
resting on the hilt of his sword. He is standing near a table 
covered with a red cloth. In the background a naval battle. 
On a curtain the same coat of arms as in the picture No. 856. 
C. 2 yds 8^4 in. by 53% in., nat. size. Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. 

Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

855. Johannes Baptista Franck. Bust, the three quarter face 
turned to the left, with his left hand on his hip. 

C. 29% by 23^ in., nat. size. Along the top edge of the picture, the 
inscription : 

Engraved by XOHANNES BAPS FRANCK .vETAT IS. WE XXX U. 

Mougeot and 

by Folo. From the gallery of Lucien Bonaparte, 1 81 2. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

856. Nicolaes van der Borght. A merchant of Antwerp. Full length 
figure, standing. The face, turned to the right, is seen three quarters ; 
the right hand is pointing to a wide river in the background. 

C. 2 yds 7^ in., by 56^ in. Engraved by C. Vermeulen. 
Purchased at the sale H. J. Stier d'Aertselaer, Antwerp 1822. 

857. Prince William II and his young wife, the Princess 
Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I, King of England. The 
youthful couple are represented full length, holding each other 
by the hand. A copy of this picture is at "Northwick House'', 
near Evesham. 

C. 2 yds by 56*14 in., nat. size. This is the last work painted by the artist. 
Engraved by W. Unger. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

858. Prince Frederick-Henry. (Copy). Seen to the knees, turned 
towards the right. 

C. 49 14 by 39^4 in., nat. size. Purchased from Ch. H. Hodges in 18 10. 

859. Andries van Eertvelt (1590 1652). Painter. Bust length. 
(Copy from the original which is in the museum at Augsburg). 

C. 45 by 34^ in., nat. size. Bought at an auction, Brakke Grond, Amsterdam 1 884. 

860. Michel le Blon (1587—1657). Agent for Queen Christina of 
Sweden and at the same time goldsmith and engraver at Amster- 
dam. Half length figure. (Copy from the original in the possession 
of Baron Hottinguer at Paris). 

C. 22^ by 18 in., nat. size. Acquired at the sale Brentano, Amsterdam 1822. 

861. Henricus Liberti (1628 — 1661). Organist and composer of 
music. Seen to the knees, leaning against a column. (Copy from 
the original in the museum of Munich ; a similar copy is in the 
palace Sans-Souci). 

C. 45^ hy 33^ in., nat. size. Engraved by B. Lowenstam. 

Presented by the heirs of the Dowager Baroness Roell Hodshon, to the 

town of Amsterdam, and lent to the Museum since 1885. 

862. Wolfgang Wilhelm, count Palatine of Neuburg, duke of 
Juliers and Berg. Seen to the knees. (A copy made by 



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DYCK. 115 

Willem Bartel van der Kooi at Dusseldorf in 1804). (See p. 187). 
C. 58 by 46 in., nat. size. Presented by the son of W. B. van der Kooi in 1869. 

862a. Salvator mundi. Bust figure. Probably a copy, 

O. 25% by 19^ in., nat. size. Engraved by S. a Bolswert. 
Bought in 1803. From the storeroom of the Mauritshuis, 1885. 

868. Christ dying on the Cross, with St. Francis of Assisi in 
adoration at its foot. (An imitation or a copy). 

C. 69 by 48^ in., h. f. 26*4 in. According to tradition, this picture was 
an altar piece found among the booty of the Spanish fleet of silver, 
9 September 1628. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

864. The Holy family. A group of four whole length figures. 
(Imitation). 

C. 40 by 3<>ife in., h. f. 27^ in. Bought by King William I at Paris in 1823. 

DYCK (Floris van). After a long residence in Rome, he was elected 
in 1 6 10 a member of the St. Luke's Guild of Harlem. In 1637 
he became Dean of the Guild and died in that town Nov. 1651. 

865. Fruit and vegetables. A study of still life. In a kitchen, behind 
a dresser covered with different kinds of fruit, stands a woman; 
another is busy near the fireplace. In the background, Jesus, with 
the disciples of Emmaus, is partaking of food. Painted about 16 10. 

C. 44^ in. by 2 yds 6^4 in. Purchased at Vogelenzang in 1903. 

DIJK (Philip van), was born at Amsterdam 10 January 1680, died 
at the Hague 3 February 1753. Was a pupil of Arnold Boonen ; 
worked first at Middelburg and afterwards at the Hague. Resided 
for a short time at Cassel. 

866. Adriaen Parduyn, Lieutenant-colonel, ^^^ -, ^-^ 
military governor of Flushing and Ram- (Tj ( J ' /) " / 
mekens. 7 J/ JJ f U f AL 

C. 40% by 30^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the top ^* ' y 

to the right. Bequest de Witte van Citters 1875. 

867. Caspar Adriaen Parduyn (1680— 1735). Bailiff of Middelburg. 
Seen to the knees, the face s-y^ * • fl 
slightlv turned to the right. x-t^C (h\ r 
C. 221/4 by 17^ in., h.f. 4^ in. /-/^fj) /[ h-HH £/A" 
Signed on a stone socle : ( // •• ilr s-^ ^ I 

Same source as No. 866. \^y ° ^ ^ 

868. Maria van Citters (1684— v — ^ 

1752). Wife of the former. Seen to the knees, seated at a table. 

C. z\\ by 17 in., h. f. 4^ in. 

Signed at the top to the right: P. van Dijk. Same source as No. 866. 

869. Adriaen Casper Parduyn (171 8 — 1747). Seen to the knees, 
holding a hare. 

C. 21*4 by 17*4 in., h. h. 4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : P. van Dijk. Same source as No. 866. 

870. Abraham Boudaen (1688 — 1745). Bust length turned to the right. 

C. ov. 1414 by \z\ in., h. h. 4ft in. Same source as No. 866. 

871. Isaac Parker (1702— ). Seen to the knees. A view of 
the sea in the distance. 

C. 20 by 16 in., h. h. 3^4 in. 

Signed at the top in the centre: 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 




n6 DIJK. 

872. Justina Johanna Ramskrammer. Wife of the former. Seen 
to the knees, a park in the background. 

C. 19^4 by 16% in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as No. 871. 

873. Family group of Isaac Parker, his wife Justina Johanna 
Ramskrammer and their daughter. ^ ^7\" / 

The figures are seen to the knees. j^'UfSAt^Juk 

C. 20 1 4 by 17 in., h. h. 2^4 in. "" 7 

Signed at the top: / 

Same source as No. 871. I 7+2> 

874. Willem Parker (1695 — 1754). Burgomaster of Middelburg. 
Half length figure represented in his library. 

C. 19^4 by 16 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed at the top: P. van Dijk 1741. 
Same source as No. 871. 

875. Anna Maria Pottey (1694 — 1724). Wife of the former. Half 
length figure, with a little dog on her arm. 

C. 19^4 by 15^4 in., h. h. 4^ in. Same source as No. 871. 

876. Berend van Iddekinge, his wife Johanna Maria Sichter- 
man and their son Jan 

Albert. Figures seen to _ /^~~?\ ' ' /^ 

the knees. ^l/\ ^V )/ (t 

C. 60 by 47 in., nat. size. /"0 /^J ( I ft ffl % J_J *-( J\J 

Bequest F. Z. Keneman, ^*-^ 
Harlem 1898. 

Cornelis van Ceters (1503— 1599), see No. 154. 

Aernout van Ceters (1561 — 1634), „ „ 156. 

Mr. Aernout van Ceters (1633 — 1696), „ „ 1356. 
Jan Boudaen Courten (1635 — 1716), „ „ 1738 and 
Anna Maria Hoeufft (1646 — 1705), „ „ 1739. 

EECKHOUT (Gerbrandt van den), was born 19 August 1621 at 
Amsterdam and was buried there 29 September 1674. Was a 
pupil of Rembrandt and imitated his style. E. 

877. The woman taken in adultery. Christ is standing in the 
midst of a great number of priests and pharisees; the guilty 
woman is kneeling at his feet. 

C. 26 by 32^ in., h. f. 7 in. Engraved by W. Unger. Sales Jan Walram 
Sandra, Middelburg 1713 and D. Mansfeld 1806. Bought from C. Josi of 
London, in 1828. 

878. A sportsman resting. He is sitting oh a sandy knoll in a 
thicket with his two dogs near him» 

C. 1414 by 17*1 in., h. f. 
seated, 7 in. Signed at 



the rr d to rB igh ^ r cnisecQoiitf. 



Lithographed by B. C. . . . 

Koekkoek and R. van der \^*r \^ 

Meulen. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

879. The bathers in a stream near high rocks . 

O. 18 by 13 in., h. f. 2^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Purchased in London, 1894. 






EECKHOUT. 117 



EECKHOUT (Jacob- Joseph), born at Antwerp 6 February 1795' 
died at Paris 25 December 1861. L-E. 

880. The marriage of Jacqueline of Bavaria with John IV, 
duke of Brabant, .10 March 1418. 

C. 65% by 52 in. Signed: J, J. Eeckhout i8jg. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1839. 

EELKEMA (Eelke Jelles), was born at Leeuwarden 8 July 1788 
and died there 27 November 1839. Was a pupil of Gerard de San. 

881. Flowers of various species in a wicker-basket. 

C. 29*4 by 23^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : £. J. Eelkema 1817. 
From the Pavilion, at Harlem. 

882. Flowers and Fruit, partly arranged in a large marble vase. 

C. 36 by 30 in. Signed: E. y. Eelkema 1824. Same source as No. 881. 

883. Flowers and Fruit. A wine glass by the side. 

C. 35% by 30 in. Signed: E. J. Eelkema. Bought at a sale in 1841. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

EERELMAN (Otto), born at Groninguen 23 March 1839. Lived 
formerly at the Hague but resides at present at Arnhem. 

884. The solemn entry in Amsterdam of H. M. the Queen 

Wilhelmina, 5 September 1898. Her Majesty is seated near 

the Queen-Dowager in an open carriage. The cortege crossing the 

Frederiksplein. The palace of National Industry in the background. 

C. 54^k i n « by 2 yds 5 in., h. f. 15% in. Signed: Otto Eerelman i8gg. 
Presented in 1900 by Mr. J. J. Biesing, in the name of some lovers of art. 

EHRENSTRAHL (David Klttcker), born at Hamburg 23 September 
1629, died at Stockholm 23 October 1698. Studied under 
Jurriaen Jacobsz. at Amsterdam and from 1651 resided at 
Stockholm as Court painter. 

885. Charles XI, King of Sweden (1665 — 1697), represented on 
horseback after his victory at the battle of Lunden in 1676. 

C. 7>\ yd s by 3 yds, nat. size. In the foreground, to the left, the 
inscription : CAROLVS R • SVEC. IN PKiELIO LVNDENSI D. 4 DEC. 
A° 1676. This picture is supposed to be a copy by the artist's nephew, 
David von KrafTt. (See p. 188). National Museum the Hague, afterwards 
in the store-room at the Mauritshuis, till 1876. 

EKELS THE ELDER (Jan), was born at Amsterdam 21 November 
1724 and died there 22 November 1781. Was a pupil of Dirk 
Dalens the younger. 

886. View of the Dam, at Amsterdam. r 

O. 19 by 24% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: I J* ft pjf** 
Bought at the sale H. Muilman, 1813. 
Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

EKELS THE YOUNGER (Jan), was born at Amsterdam 2 June 1759 
and died in that town 4 June 1793. Pupil of his father Jan Ekels. 

887. A writer, turned with his back to the spectator ; he is seated 
in front of a mirror in which his face is reflected. \ 1 j- 

O. 1 1 by 9 14 in., h. f. seated, 7 in. Signed at the top I' E K c LS • I 
to the right: Am, vq 

Thr. T. S. H. van de Poll beauest. 1880. M »/ 0^ 



n8 ELIAS. 

ELIAS (Nicolaes), surnamed PICKENOY, baptized at Amsterdam 
10 January 1588, lived and died in that town between 1653 — 1656. 

888. A lesson in anatomy by Dr. Johan Fonteyn in 1625. 

Fonteyn, with three auditors on each side, is pointing with his 
left hand to a skull. This picture is only a fragment of the 
original painting; the heads in the foreground scarcely reach 
beyond the inner border of the picture. The initial composition 
consisted of twelve figures. Dr. Fonteyn was physician to 
Prince Maurice. 

C. 38^ in. by 2 yds 4^ in., nat. size. Originally the property of the 
Surgeon's Guild. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

889. Four governors and the book-keeper of the house of 
correction in 1628. The governors, including Gerbrant Brouwer 
and Hendrick Boelisz., are grouped round a table counting 
money. Almost full length. 

C. 70' in. by 2 yds 19^ in. Signed to the left on the arm of an easy- 
chair and to the right p. ^ 

f -3T- ** P£ P Of 1 1 ♦ J <f % 

From the Workhouse. +S 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

890. The company of Captain Matthys Willemsz. Raephorst 
and of Lieutenant Hendrick Lauruensz., in 1630. (25 

figures painted to the knees). The members of the civic guard 
are grouped in two long rows, one. in front of a balustrade, the 
other behind : the second rises considerably over the first. 

C. 2 yds 32 in. by 5 yds 8 in., nat. size. 

Formerly in the Doelen of the Cross-bowmen and later in the large room of the 

Court Martial in the old Town Hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

891. The company of Captain Jacob Backer and of Lieutenant 
Jacob Rogh in 1632 (24 figures). The members of the civic 
guard are gathered at a banquet and painted to the knees; most 
of them are standing about those that are seated : at the head 
of the table, to the left, is the Captain in an easy attitude. The 
standard-bearer is Roelof Bicker and the person standing against 
the door is Willem Backer (1595 — 1652). 

C. 2 yds 6 in. by 5 yds 29 in., nat. size. From the Hall of Cross-bowmen 
and formerly in the room of the Sheriffs (t extra-ordinaris" of the old 
town-hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

892. The company of Captain Dirck Theulingh or Tholinx and 
of Lieutenant Pieter Adriaensz. Raep in 1639. Some of the 
figures are seated at a table studying a plan of the fortifications of 
the town. 

C. 2 yds 8 in. by 3 yds 26 in., nat. size. Of the 23 figures, originally 
in this picture, there are at present only twelve remaining. From the 
Doelen of the Arquebusiers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

893. The company of Captain Jacob Rogh and of Lieutenant 
Anthony de Lange, in 1645 (17 figures). The Captain is 
standing in the centre with the other members of the civic guard 
on his left and right, forming 3 long row. Next to the Captain 



ELIAS. 119 

is seen the standard-bearer with banner displayed. Full length 
figures. In the background the "Oude Zijds Achterburgwal" 
with the Old Church (Oude Kerk). 

C. 2 yds 23% in. by 6 yds 13 in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the 
Cross-bowmen. Formerly in the large Hall of the Court-Martial in the 
old town-hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

894. Maerten Rey, steward of the "Doe- v 

len". Half length figure turned s-\ At / -r n 

towards the right. In his right hand + \~J/Xj td * 3 -2/ * 
he holds a full cup. 

O. ov. 39 by 29^ in., nat. size. 7 /} Q ^ -7 ♦ 

Signed at the top to the right: J V ^ / 

Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

895. Maria Joachimsdr. Swartenhont (1600 — 1631). Wife of 
the former. Half length figure, turned to the left. 

O. ov. 39 by 29^ in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the right: Act. 24 1627. 
Same source as No. 894. 

896. Portrait of a lady. Bust length, turned towards the left. 

O. 22 by 18 in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

897. Gerard Ottsz. Hinlopen (1604 — 1646). Seen to the knees, 
turned towards the right. 

O. 48^' by 35^ in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the right, next to 
the family coat of arms: Aetatis 2j A° 1631. 
From the sale D. M. Alewijn, Amsterdam 1885. 

898. Try nt gen Tysdr. van Nooy (1607 — ). Wife of the 
former. Seen to the knees, turned towards the left. 

O. 48^ by 35% in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the right, next to 
the family coat of arms: Aetatis 24 A° 1631. Same source as No. 897. 



899. Reinier Ottsz. Hinlopen (1609 — ). 
Seen to the knees, turned towards the right. 

O. 48^ by 35^ in., nat. size. Dated at the top 



\j. <4>C]8 *Jj J j 14 "*•) wa,i. si&c. j-saicu. ai mc tup ^jt 

to the right, next to the family coat of arms : flL ^ # /« # . 

Same source as No. 897. J L Tl J°* J 

900. Jochem Hendricksz. Swartenhont (1566 — 1627). Lieutenant- 
Admiral of Holland. Seen to ^ 

the knees, the right hand /* f ^ 

Dated: r O •" 

Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de , QJ7LW ♦ / X7 * 

Poll, 1880. ^ 

ELY AS (Isack), Dutch painter who worked in the beginning of the 
XVII century. 

901. A merry company. An after-dinner scene. A party of ladies and 
gentlemen are seated round the table from which the cloth has not 
yet been removed. One of the gentlemen is playing on a lute. 

S^WbS: -) fc< ejC • <&Va ** f » ' * « 

torn to the right: — ■ ** * ' 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 



120 ELLIGER. 



ELLIGER (Ottomar), bom at Goteborg 18 September 1633, buried 
at Berlin 21 December 1679. Was a pupil of Daniel Seghers 
at Antwerp. Has also worked at Amsterdam and Hamburg. 

902. A study of flowers. A bouquet of flowers of various kinds 
and colours; by its side some bunches of grapes and insects. 

O. 26 by 19^ in. Signed at the top to the right, on the marble slab: 

OSmiaK e&'gw. feci* 4/ rfy) 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 

ENGEL (Adolf-Karel-Maximiliaan), born at Courtray in 1 801, died 
there in 1833. Was a pupil of J. B. de Noter. 

903. A landscape with cattle. 

O. 17^ by 23 in., h. of animal, 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : A. Engel a Gand 1827. 

Van der Iioop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

ENGELBERTS (Willem-Judocus-Mattheus), born at Amsterdam 
21 January 1809, died at Aalst in Guelders, 9 May 1887. Was 
a pupil of Ferdinand de Braekeleer. From 1850 to 1875 he 
was keeper of the pictures in the State Museum. E. 

904. A game market. A scene with many figures, two of the most 
prominent being a saleswoman and a housewife haggling about a duck. 
M. 23^ by 19^ in., h. f. 13% in. Signed on a bench to the right: W. J. MrJB. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1 831. 

ENGELBRECHTSZ. (Cornells), was born at Leyden in 1468 and 
died there in 1533. 

905. Christ on the cross with the holy Virgin and the Saints 
John, Peter, Francis, Jerome, Magdalen, Cecilia and 
Barbara, standing on both sides of the cross in a row, in a 
hilly landscape. 

O. 10 by 12% in., h. f. 6 in. From the convent of St. Bridget, at Utrecht. 

EVERDINGEN (Allart van), baptized at Alkmaar 18 June 1621, 
buried at Amsterdam 8 November 1675. Brother of Caesar van 
Everdingen. Pupil of Roelant Savery and of Pieter Molyn. 
Worked first in Sweden, afterwards at Harlem (1645 — 1652) and 
finally at Amsterdam (1653 — 1675). E-M, 

906. The gun factory at Julitabroeck in Sttdermanland 
(Sweden). Bird's eye view. These works formerly belonged 
to the family Trip. 

C. 2 yds 6 in. by 2 yds 28*4 in. 

From the Southern wing of the " Trippenhuizen" in 1890. 

907. A landscape in Sweden. In the foreground a sheet of water ; 
a little way off to the right a clump of thickly tufted trees ; in 
the centre a small cottage behind which a high hill with a 
chapel half way up. 

C. 47 J 4 by 42 in. Purchased from J. Smith and Sons, in 1837. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



EVERDINGEN. 121 



1.1. \J XIX niltVll lOkJUVO Cb VVI»hViJ.Ull WUUtUlUlg hfVtlFVV* 



908. Swedish scenery. To the right in the foreground an ascending 
road; lower down, along the side of it, a watermill and on a 
hill a small church. ,v~v+i* *** 

C. 26 by 23% in., h. f. 214 in. Signed fij. EVERDJNG£H 

at the bottom to the right: 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 18 13. / K C*C 

■ Bequest Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. ' U ' ' 

909. Swedish landscape with a watermill. On the outskirts of 
a forest a mill from which issues a waterfall tumbling between 
massive rocks. 

C. 42 1/4 by 35% in. 
Signed at the bot- 
tom to the right: 

Bought at the sale ^— ^ — / 4 

of Baron A. W. C. van Nagell van Ampsen, the Hague 185 1. (• 
Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

910. A landscape in Sweden. In the foreground a small river 
between steep banks; to the right a" high pinetree and, in the 
background to the left, a cluster of leafy trees. - rA7I - 1 - Dttl 

C. 1 9 by 24% in. Signed at the bottom to the right : £ VERBIM GE N % 

Served probably as a decoration above one of 

the doors in the " Trippenhuis ". Was not mentioned before 1816. 

EVERDINGEN (Caesar van), born at Alkmaar in 16 17 or 1621, died 
there in 1678. According to Houbraken, he was a pupil of Jan van 
Bronchorst. He was the elder brother of Allart van Everdingen. 

911. Willem Jansz. Baert, (1636 — 1684). Burgomaster of Alkmaar, 
Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

C 43V4 by 35% in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the 
left: iETATIS • 35 • ANNO • 1671 and signed with 
the monogram: 

Companion to the next number and bought at the same 
time at the sale J. II. Cremer, Amsterdam 1886. 

912. Lysbeth Kessel (1640-1717), jp 

wife of the former. Half length s~~ ?\ y *f HT"/xHPlQf . ^\ T 
figure, turned towards the left. \J^/ I—* -l/v. 1 U* ^1 

C 43 by 35^ in., nat. size. A M Km t/C^J 

Dated at the top to the left : AN Nu 'JU/1 

and signed with the monogram: 
Same source as No. 811. &/* 

913. A pair of lovers, in a park. ^t— ' 

C. \%\ by 14^ in., h. h. 2\ in. Presented by Jhr. V. de Stuers, 1903. 

EVERSDYCK (Willem), born at Goes and buried at Middelburg 
14 March 1671 ; worked there from 1652. 

914. Cornelis Fransz. Eversdyck (1586— 1666), auditor of the exche- 
quer of Zealand and 
mathematician. Bust. 
C. 1 4^ by \o\ in., h.h. 3 in. 
Signed at the bottom 

the right: r is • ^~ IS / 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. L J ^S 

Sale Munniks van Cleef, v *-^^ 

Utrecht 1862. Acquired at Zutphen with the two following numbers, 1885. 



*£ 



[id ^ 



122 EVERSDYCK. 



915. Nicolaes Blancardus (1624 — 1703). Philologist and Historio- 
grapher. Bust, in a niche which bears the inscription : INCERTUM 
QVO FATA TRAHANT. JET. XLII. At the bottom, on the 
plinth, is written: "MORIBVS ANTIQVIS" N. BLANCARDVS. 

O. 6*4 by 4^ in., h. h. 2% in. 

Signed to the right, on the plinth: Q^-JLl £ 

Engraved by an unknown artist. W * ** c yzy r * <ff< 

Same source as No. 914. 

916. Maria Eversdyck. Wife of Nicolaes Blancardus. Bust, in a 
niche bearing the inscription: DOM1NVS PROVIDEBIT "JET 
XXXVIII. MDCLXVI. Signed at the bottom, on the plinth : M. 
EVERSDYCK. , 

O. 6\ by 4^ in., h. h. 2 in. Same source as No. 914. 

EVRARD (Adele), was born at Ath in 1792 and died there 22 July 
1889. Was a pupil of J. Ducorron. 

917. Flowers and fruit. 

O. 2 7 14 by 18% in. Signed to the right: Adele Evrard. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1827 (?). 

EYCKEN (Jean-Baptiste van), was born at Brussels, 16 September 
1809 and died there in 1853. Was a pupil of Francois-Joseph Navez. 

918. He wants to be an artist .... A woman of the middle class 
presents her son to a painter to become his apprentice. 

O. 11^ by \\\ in., h. h. i\ in. Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1827. 

FABRITIUS (Barent), painted from 1656 to about 1672. Resided 
at Leyden from 1657 to 1659. 

919. Supposed portrait of Willem van 
der Helm, architect of the town 
of Leyden, with his wife and 
child. The father and mother are seen 
behind a table covered with a red 
cloth. 

C. 58^4 by $\\ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 

On a medal which the child bears, is inscribed : L. W. V. H. W. Aet. 1— . 
Acquired in London, 1886. I2 

FABRITIUS (Carel), born towards 1620; was killed in the explosion 
which took place at Delft, 12 October 1654. Was a pupil of 
Rembrandt. 

920. Abraham de Notte (1584— ). Bust, the three quarter face 
turned towards the right. 
C. 2714 by 22^ 

in., nat size. 
At the top to 
the right, is 
inscribed: Abra- 
ham de Notte, 
Aet*j6. Signed: 
Purchased in London, 1892. 




a liic 1 15111. 



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■ 



FABRITIUS. 123 




921. The decapitation of St. John the Baptist. The executioner, 
accompanied by a few other persons, presents to Salome" the 
head of St. John the Baptist. In the foreground lies the body 
of the martyr. Figures represented to the knees. (Attributed to 
this painter). 

C. 59*jd by 48% in., nat. size. Sales of 16 May 1696 at Amsterdam (?) 
and P. Fouquet. Attributed to Rembrandt in 1801. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

FARGUE (Isaac Lodewijk la). See Laf argue, p. 191. 

FERGUSON (William Gowe), was born in Scotland in 1632 or 
1633 and died there after 1695. Resided 
at the Hague between 1660 and 1668 
and at Amsterdam in 168 1. / *Y~ ^WfjtftJl 

922. Dead birds. Some small birds lying* "~*V 
on the corner of a table. 

O. 15 by 11 in., nat. size. 
Signed on the table: 

Purchased at the sale P. Ver Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam 1885. 

922a. Still life. Birds hanging over the top of a marble plinth, on 
which are grouped some pieces 
of hunting tackle and dead * . a f 

r ^ \ v' ♦• n^^^fon. Lit J jt<P4J) 

C. 2514 by 2 1 \ in., nat. size. ^1 -^ ff/I [J> ^JLr^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : *J 

Purchased at the sale van der Burgh (Fr. Muller & Co.), through the 

Rembrandt Society, in 1904. 

FLINCK (Govert), was born at Cleves, 25 January 161 5, died at 
Amsterdam, 2 February 1660. Was a pupil of Lambert Jacobsz. 
at Leeuwarden and of Rembrandt at Amsterdam. 

923. Four masters or chiefs, of the Arquebusiers, in 1642, 

gathered round a table; the steward brings them the horn of 
the corporation. This horn is at present in the Dutch Museum. 
The masters are : Albert Coenraedsz. Burch, Jan van Vlooswyck, 
Pieter Reael and Jacob Willekens. 

C. 2 yds 8 in. by 4 yds 5 in., nat. size. At the bottom to the left a 
signature touched up : G. Flink ft. 1642. Formerly in the large hall of 
the civic guard of the corporation of the Arquebusiers. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

924. The company of Captain Albert Bas and of Lieutenant 
Lucas Conyn in 1645. The civic guards are descending a 
staircase going towards their Captain, who 
is seen in the foreground 
seated with another person 
C. 3 yds 25% in. by 2 yds 24 in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: JI ' s ^ 

From the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. V^*» /0 7 ' • 

Formerly in the Burgomasters' room of the old Town-Hall of Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



Captain, who * * 

to the right, f If' H f 

beside him. ^Jl 1 ^^ 1 ^ /. 



i2 4 FLINCK. 



925. F6te of the civic-guard on the occasion of the peace of 
Munster in 1648. The guards approach Captain Jan Huyde- 
coper who, standing in the foreground of the picture, gives them a 
joyous welcome. Other* guards are seen coming from a house on the 
left; in the background fireworks are let off and bonfires lighted. 
In the distance is seen the house of Jan Huydecoper, on the Singel 
at Amsterdam, and a piece of paper contains a poem by Jan 
Vos. The persons represented are placed in the following order. 

698 11 12 13 

7 3 10 16 

4 1 2 15 5 14 

No. 1 . Jan Huydecoper van Maarseveen ; 2. Frans Oetgens van Wave- 
ren, lieutenant; 3. Nicolaas Oetgens van Waveren, standard-bearer; 
4. Jan Appelman ; 5. Jacob van Campen ; 6. Rogier Ramsden ; 7. Pie- 
"ter Waterpas ; 8. Aart Jan van Laar; 9. Joris de Wijze; 10. Pieter 
Meffert; 11. Nicolaas van Haag; 12. Jan Stuurman; 13. Johannes 
Doavenne; 14. Albert ten Brink; 15. Johannes van den Haag; 
i6.Govert Flinck. 

C. 4 yds by 6 yds 

9% in., nat. size. ^^_^^^ 

Signed at the bot- S^ f // / /' ^*~ 

cr s £ P c JCvrtcKt '<>4 S 

ration of the Cross- 
bowmen. 

Formerly in the hall of the Court-Martial at the Town-Hall of Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 15 August 1808. 

926. Jonas Jacob Leeuwen Dircksz. 

Full length figure. Landscape 




i cener y. „. " . . ' Ct.jliiuY^j' 



C. 25% by 18^ in., h. f. z\\ in. J j m 

Signed at the bottom to the right : ^ S " 

Formerly in the "Rypenhofje" (convent J oV^ (J + 

of beguines) at Amsterdam. The property " J ^ 

of the mennonite church of Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum, since 1899. 

926a. Goze Centen. Bust figure of a youth seen full face; his 
head covered with a great black hat. Attributed formerly to 
Rembrandt. 
O. 25% by 20 in., full size. Same source as the preceding. 

927. Isaac giving his blessing to Jacob. The patriarch ,is sitting 
up in bed covered with a red cloak, in the act of blessing his 
youngest son. Rebecca S) /7 I f r\ 

Signed ,tp the right at s~7 /) ^^ 

the top: ^^ tx 

Engraved by J. de Frey, J. A. Boland (unfinished) and W. Unger. 
Purchase^ at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808 

928. jbost van den Vondel (1587— 1679). B ust > nearly full face. 

C. 16*^ by 15 in., nat. size. 

Sale Jer. de Bosch, Amsterdam 1812. Acquired in 1815. 



FLINCK. 125 



929. Amalia van Solms, in mourning for her husband, Prince 
Frederick-Henry of Orange. Full length figure, seated. An 
emblematic representation of her widowhood. 

C. 3 yds 13 in. by 2 yds 2% in.^ nat. size. Signed in the background to 
the right : G. Flinckft, 16J4. From the store-room of the Mauritshuis in 1876. 

930. Gerard Pietersz. Hulft (1621 to 1656). First Councillor 
and Governor General of the Dutch Indies. A medallion portrait, 
ornamented with designs of still life : books, weapons, geometrical 

. instruments, etc. 

C. 51^ by 40^ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom, in the centre : 



G.-fllncKT. 

Lent by Jonkvr. S. J. Hulft Taets +* J /"jC ^ J 



Engraved by Blooteling, but it 
without the objects of still life. J 



i<?U 



A JonicyN )6s-> 



van Amerongen, of Utrecht, 
since 1898. 

931. M: Johannes Wttenbogaert (?) (1608 — 1680). Tax collector. 
Bust figure, seen full face, the head covered with a black cap. 
(Attributed to this artist). 

C. 2914 by 24 in., nat. size. This portrait has been also attributed to 
Rembrandt . and engraved as the work of this master, by J. A. Boiand. 
From the collection van den Heuvel, Utrecht 1809. 

FONTEYN (Adriaen Lucasz.), born at Yperen. His father settled 
in 1626 at Rotterdam, where Adriaen was married 16 July 1645 
and where he died in the week from Christmas to New- Year 1661. 

932. The "Mosselenmarkt" (mussel market) at Rotterdam. 

In the foreground numerous figures of buyers and sellers ; in the 
background a small canal covered with boats. 

C. 34 by 58 in., h. f. 12^ in. 
Signed on a wheelbarrow: 
Collection Gijsbert de Clercq. 
Purchased through the Rem- 
brandt Society. 

FOURNIER (Jean), French painter born about 1700, died in 1765. 
Has resided at Amsterdam and the Hague. Jl 

Was a pupil of Fr. de Troy. fJUnuynalT 

933.Willem Santyn (1703— 1743). J*OWr * *** 

C. yi\ by 26^ in., nat. size. - 

Signed at the bottom to the left : g) * S **? O JL 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. / - 9 * Of 

934. Margaretha Cornelia van de Poll 

(1726— 1798). Wife of Cornells Munter. n *u rn \A*V\* \JUf 

C. 33 by 26^ in., nat. size. J,W V 11 " 

Signed : . v- +*m* 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. I I O *-* 

FRANCK (C. F.), born at Zwolle, May 1758, died at Bennebroek 

in the autumn of 18 16. Was a decorative painter who worked 

at Leeuwarden and who settled in 1806 in the neighbourhood 

of Harlem. 

934a. The painter himself. Three quarter figure, standing before 



126 FRANCK. 



an oval aperture, holding palette and brushes. In the back- 
ground a funeral monument. v -^ 

O. 20 by 1614 in., h. h. 25^ in. (~ <T~* / y£J / 

Signed at the bottom to the right: I J*? 9 rt n C/Z %J (/7t K' I 

Acquired in 1905. ^^*/ 

FRANCKEN II (Frans), was born at Antwerp 6 May 1581 and 
died in that town 6 May 1642. Was pupil of his father Frans 
Francken I. 

935. The abdication of the Emperor Charles V at Brussels, 
25 October 1555. An allegorical composition containing numerous 
figures. On the foreground Neptune in his charriot drawn by 
tritons and waternymphs. 

O. 52^ by 67^ in., h. f. 17^ in. On a piece of paper in the right 
hand corner of the picture is the following inscription : 
S. R. Imperii spontanea resignatio A CAROLO. V. IMP. in 
FERD. : I. Fr: Regnorumq. haered in PHLM. II. hisp. regem 
Fil Facta Brvx: m. 1555. Ex inven: d. petri. de. hannicart. 
FF. franck. Underneath it may be traced the characters of an earlier 
and similar text. Purchased for the National Museum at the Hague in 
1806 and transferred to the State Museum, since 1808. 

936. The adoration of the infant Christ and the Virgin Mary. 

COP. 17 by 13^ in. , _ 

Signed in the centre: JD'H • f»j WNtKtft . IN . J' 

Presented by Baron van Spaen At I f § J? J 

van Biljoen, 1808. >* • / ° ' * * 

937. The prodigal son. In the centre of the picture he is seen 
carousing with low class people; around it are represented in 
grisaille various scenes of his wandering life. 

O. 24 by 33^ in. (centre 12^ by 21 ^ in., h. f. seated 9 in.), grisaille 
h. f. 3^ in. Sale Br&amcamp, 1772. Bought from C. F. Roos, 1843. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

938. The prodigal son. Various scenes from his life painted on 
the panels of doors and drawers of a little ebony chest. 

Size of the panels of the doors: 16*4 by 11% in., 



h. h. 1 in. Signed: T^^T/Cur^ Ht 

Is in the Dutch Museum. ZJ ^/panusc n\ 

939,. Scenes from the old Testament. The Creation, Adam and 
Eve, Cain and Abel painted on the panels of the doors and on 
the drawers of a small ebony chest. On one of the panels of 
the doors are represented Adam and Eve under the tree of Life. 

18 by 1514 in., h. f. 7^ in. In the Dutch Museum. 

FRANKENBERG en PROSCHLITZ (D6sir6-Oscar.L6opold 
van), born at Sas van Ghent, 16 January 18 22.. Is living at the 
Hague. A pupil of W. H. Schmidt, at Delft. 
940. A visit to the studio of Paulus Potter. 

C. 26^ by 35^ in., h. f. 11% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Van 
frankenberg iSjj. Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

GABRIEL (Paul-Joseph-Constantin), born at Amsterdam, 5 July 
1828, died at Scheveninguen, 23 August 1903. Was for a short 
time a pupil of B. C. Koekkoek and afterwards worked after a 
style of his own. Resided for a considerable time at Brussels. £. 



GABRIEL. 127 



941. Landscape near Abcoude. A view of extensive polders in 
the late afternoon light. 

M. 1614 by 19^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Gabriel f. j8. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, of Harlem, since 1888. 

942. In the month of July. A mill by the side of a canal crossing 
a meadow, seen on a bright sunshiny day. 

C. 40 by 26 in. Signed : Gabriel f. Acquired in 1 889. 

GAESBEECK (Adriaen van), was born at Leyden and died there 
at the beginning of 1650. A pupil of Gerard Dou. 

943. A young man in a spacious study. Whole length figure, seen 
full face. In the background a staircase leading to an upper story. 

O. 40 by 27^ in., h. f. 1334 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Bought at the sale ^ _ 

Ki' T8oi Taalman -A •"^ >af1 • QoUifOZ e c k . J> <UaA . 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

GAL LARD— LEPINAY (Paul-Charles-Emmanuel), born at Aulnay, 
23 May 1842. A pupil of M. J. Jacquand. Is working at Paris. 

944. View of Venice. The town is visible beyond a large expanse 
of water covered with small boats. 

C. 18 by 29^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: E. Gallard — Lepinay. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

GALLIS (Pieter), born in 1633, died in 1697. 
Worked at Enkhuizen and Hoorn. 

945. A study of still life. A blue saucer with 
a few hazelnuts, a small crab and some 
glasses on a marble slab. 

C. 1414 by \2\ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Purchased at the sale C. F. Roos & Co., Am- 
sterdam 1895. 

946. A study of fruit. A peach, a bunch of grapes and some other 




fruits on a wooden tray. ^-n. 

C 15% by 13^ in. ( /) 



! st i e 8 d 9 a 8 m in JO n Ills /ffy 



Signed on the background to the 

Purchased at a sale held at Amsterdam m V 9 /I f/ L S / D *7 

1873. D. Franken Dz. bequest, 1898. *S*^ ' S 

GAROFALO (Benvenuto Tisi da), was probably born at Ferrara 
in 1 48 1 and died there 6 September 1559. Worked at Ferrara 
and studied some time in Rome under the guidance of Raphael. 

947. The Holy Family, in a landscape with ruins. 

Poplar wood 20 by 14^ in., h. h. 1^ in. Purchased from J. S. Smith, 1839. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

948. The adoration of the Magi, represented in an Italian landscape. 

Poplar wood 31 by 22^ in., h. f. \\ in. From the collection of Godoy, 
Prince de la Paix. Purchased at Paris by King William I, in 1823. 

GEEL (Joost van), was born at Rotterdam, 20 October 1631, and 
died in that town 31 December 1698. 



128 GEEL. 

949. Portrait of the painter by himself, pointing with his finger 
to one of his pictures, standing on an easel. 

C. 33^ i>y 29% in., nat. size. f 

Engraved by Houbraken. Bought at the sale van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

GEERTGEN TOT SINT JANS (Gerard of St. John), worked 
in the second half of the XV century at Harlem and died there 
at the age of 28. Was a pupil of Aelbert van Ouwater. 

950. An allegorical representation of the expiatory sacrifice 
of Jesus-Christ. Under the high arches of a gothic church are 
seen the Virgin with the Holy child on her knees, attended by 
St. Anne and St. Elizabeth with the infant St. John the Baptist. 
Behind the women are St. Joseph and Zacariah. Near an altar 
in the choir, the figures of five other' persons. This altar is 
decorated with a wood-carving in various colours illustrating the 
sacrifice of Abraham. About the church choristers are engaged 
in their duties. 

O- 54% by 4 1 14 in., h. f. seated, 23^4 in. Engraved by G. Ed. Taurel. 
Sold as a work of Jan van Eyck at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

950a. The adoration of the Magi. In the foreground the Holy 
Family and the three Kings presenting their gifts. In the back- 
ground the Magi are seen on horseback, each at the head of a 
cavalcade. The group is represented in a mountainous landscape, 
with a lake in the distance. 

°- 35% hy 27% in., h. f. 22% in. From the sale W. Hekking Jr., 1904. 

951. The martyrdom of St. Lucy. The foreground is occupied 
by the stake on which she is to suffer; other scenes of her 
martyrdom are depicted in different parts of a hilly landscape. 
School of Geertgen tot Sint Jans. 

O. 52^ by 40% in., h. f. standing, 17 in. Acquired at Vienna in 1897. 

GEEST (Wybrand de), was born at Leeuwarden in 1590 and died 
there after 1659. A pupil of Abr. Bloemaert. Was brother-in-law of 
Rembrandt by his marriage in 1622 with Hendrickje Ulenborgh. 
Painted in Paris and Rome but resided chiefly in his native town. 

952. Portrait of the painter by himself. Bust, the three quarter 
face is turned towards the right. 

O. 28% by 22 in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the left : clo Ice • xxix. 
On the back of the picture, the inscription: WIBRANT DE GEEST, 
GEBOREN INT' IAER 1592 DEN 16 VAN OOST-MAENT. 
Purchased in 1898. 

953. Hendrickje Ulenborgh. Wife of the former. Bust, the three 
quarter face turned towards the left. 

O. 28% by 22 in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the right: MDCXXIX. 
On the back of the picture, the inscription : HENRIKIEN ULENBVRCH 
GEBOREN IN T' IAER 1600 DEN 3 VAN MEERT. 
Same source as the No. 952, 

954. Ernest-Casimir, count of Nassau (1573— 1632). Stadtholder 
of Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe. Full length figure facing 
the right. Is carrying the staff of command. 

C. 2 yds 5% in. by 50^4 in., nat. size. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 



95°. Geertgen lot Sint Jan 



GEEST. 



129 



955 Henry-Casimir I, count of Nassau (161 2— 1640). Stadtholder 
' of Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe. Full length figure, facing 
the right, his hand resting on a walking-stick. 
C. 2 yds 6*k in. by 50^4 in., nat. size. 
On the back of the picture, the 
inscription: Graaff Henfijk Stadt- 
houder van friesland. 
Signed on the socle: 
From the National Museum, the 
Hague 1808. 

956. Henry-Casimir I, count 
of Nassau. Bust. 

O. 12 by <)\ in., h. h. 6 in. 
Signed at the top to the left: 
Bears the inscription: Graef 
Hendrick van Nassau. 
Formerly in the castle "Honse- 
laarsdijk'\ From the National 
Museum, the tjague 1808. 
See No. 2008. 

957. William Frederick, 
count of Nassau 

(16 1 3— 1664). Stadt- 
holder of Friesland, 
Groningen and Dren- 
the. Bust. 

O. 12 by 9^4 in., h. h. 6 in. 
With the inscription :• 
Graef Willem Frederick. 
Signed at the top to the left: 
Same source as No. 956. 

958. Johann-Conrad, Wild- 

(1590 — ?). Bust. 

O. 12 by 9^ in., h. h. 5% in. Dated: 
with the inscription: D. Ryngraf. 
Same source as No. 956. 

959. Ernest-Casimir, count of Nassau, etc _ (see No. 954). Bust, 
the face, seen three quarters, is. ^' 
turned to the right. 
O. 26*fe by 23% in., nat. size. Dated at 

• • - the top to the left : A° 1633, and signed : 
- From the National Museum, the 
Hague 1808. -. _ 

060. Sophia Hedwige of Brunswick (1592— 1642). Wife of the 
former. Bust, the three quarter face turned towards the left. 

O. 27 by 23 in., nat. size. Companion to 
No. 959 and from the same source. 

length figure, a little dog by her side. ^/ 

C. 2 yds 23^4 in. by 65 in., nat. -size. 
Signed in the foreground, to the right: 
Presented by Mr. A.- Bxedius, 1887. 




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961. Portrait of a lady of rank. Full ,/ y L f £(?c?T 



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962. Portrait of a superior officer. Full length figure, standing, 

O. 22^4 by 15^4 in., h. f. 17 in. Formerly attributed to Koedych. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

963. The brothers of William the Silent : John, Henry, Louis 
and Adolphus of Nassau. Whole length figures. 

C. 2 yds 1*4 in. by 56^4 in., nat. size. Bears the inscription: P. yan vatt 
Nassau^ Graeff Lodewyk van Nassau out 36 j. A° IS74 By Moock gebleve* 
Graeff" Adolf h van Nassau 24. Graeff Henderick van Nassau. 
From the National . Museum, the Hague 1808. 

964. Portrait of a young girl. Full length figure, holding in one 
hand a ball and in the other a 



club. (Attributed to this painter). 

Dated at the top to the left : J U 7/7 / 



O. 4514 by 33% in., nat. size. 




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From the sale Heeswijk, 1900. 

965. Portrait of a superior officer. Bust. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 21^ by 19^ in., nat. size. Presented to -the National Museum in 1 805 
by Jhr. J. L. Trip and by Mrs. A. W. Trip, n£e Countess of Limburg Stirum. 

GELDER (Aert de), was born 26 October 1645' at Dordrecht and 
buried there 28 August 1727. Was a pupil of Samuel van Hoog- 
straeten and, towards 1665 of Rembrandt. 
965a. Johan van der Burch (1660— 1730), sheriff of Dordrecht, half 
length figure turned towards 
the right, with the left hand 
resting on a table. In trie 
background his coat of arms. 

C. 26^4 by 23I4 in., h. h. 7% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : - 

Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1 9°4- 

965b. Charlotte-Elisabeth van Blyenburgh (1663 — 17 ), wife 
of the former. Half length figure, the 
face turned towards the left. In the back- 
ground her coat of arms. 

* Signed at the top to the right: 

Same source as No. 965 a. ** ' } • *• 

966. Peter the Great, emperor of Russia (1672 — 1725). Clad in a 
cuirass. Seen to the knees, turned to the left. (Attributed to this painter). 

C 43^4 by 36 in., nat. size. Purchased at a sale held at Amsterdam, 1821. 

GELDER (Njcolaes .van), was born at Leyden probably about 1625- 

l fc In 1 66 1 he was painting at Stockholm and afterwards settled at 

Amsterdam.. 

967. A 'Study of still life com- 
posed of various kinds of fruit, 
a small blue jar, a gold cup, a 
bowl half -filled, a branch of 
roses, grouped on a table with 
a figured cloth. 
C 43% by. 33 in. Signed at the 
bottom to the right: 
Acquired aj; Alkmaar in 1890. 





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GELDORP. 131 



GELDORP, Geldrop or Gualdrop (Gortzius), born at Louvain in 
1553. Painted after 1579 at Cologne, where he died in 16 16 or 
16 1 8. A pupil of Prans Francken I and of Frans Pourbus, the elder. 

968. Gualtero del Prado (1535— ). Half length figure, his head 
covered with a hat, standing, the right hand resting on a table 
covered with a green cloth. See No. 969. 

O. 45^ hy 34^4 in., nat. size. To the right his coat of arms and the 
addition of a later date: An° iJ97j Aetatis 62. 
Bequest Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

969. Lucretia Pellicorne (1550— /7f9 D 

1635). Wife of the former. Bust, /-// -^ zr 4 /C*V\ rs 

turned to the right. 1 11 J\ % Q [J \J g 

O. 27^ by 25 1 a in., nat. size. ^- / -r_ :> ^ 

Signed at the top to the left : £L / •■■nx-v^. S 

Same source as No. 968. f^tr If 

970. Hortensia del Prado (-1627). * v-4*/ 'f 

Seen half-length, turned to the left, standing near a table. Wife 
by a first marriage of Jean Fourmenois (see No. 971) and by 
a second of Pieter Courten (see No. 212). 

O. 37^4 hy 28 in., nat. size. Signed and dated in the background to the 
right: AN<> 1*596. GG. F. Same source as No. 968. 

971. J£an Fourmenois. Husband of the former. See Nos. 970, 
972 and 1543. Half-length figure turned towards the right, 
standing near a table. ^ 

O- M\ by 28% in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the left: /J'JV J $9 ° 
Same source as No. 968. £•*— 

972. Hortensia del Prado. See Nos. 970—971. Bust, turned to 

the left. 

O. 26^ by 28*4 in., nat. size. Signed and dated at the top to the left: 

AN° 1 599 G G F. Same source as No. 968. 

973. Jeremias Boudinois. Half-length figure, turned towards the 
right, standing near a chair. 

O. 4 1*4 by 31% in., nat. size. Signed and dated at the top to the right: 
AN° 1 610 G. G. F. Same source as No. 268. 

974. Lucretia del Prado. Wife of the former. Half-length figure 
turned towards the left. 

O. 41^ by 31^ in., nat. size. Signed and dated at the top to the right: 
AN° 1 610. GGF. Same source as No. 968. 

975. Catharina Fourmenois (1598 — 1665). Wife of Pieter Boudaen 
Courten. As a child. See Nos. 970, 971 and 1546. Half- 
length, turned to the right. 

O. 32^ by 25*4 in., nat. size. Dated at the top Z****^^^ Z*^ 

to the right: AN<> 1604 and signed: / I t JJ" •*/ ' 

Same source as No. 968. v^^^*^ 

976. Portrait of a sister of Catharina Fourmenois. Seen half- 
length, turned to the left. See No. 975. 

O. 32^ by 25^ in., nat. size. Signed and dated in the background to 
the right: AN° 1606 G G. F. yETATIS 6. Same source as No. 968. 



132 GEMPT. 



GEMPT (Bernard te), bom at Wijchen, 25 April 1826, died at 
Amsterdam, 2 January 1879. Was a pupil of Nicolaas Pieneman. 

977. A St. Bernard dog, having belonged to Mr. Joh. Hilman, at 
Amsterdam. 

C. 70% in. by 2 yds 25% in., nat. size. Signed: B. te Gempt. 
Mr. Joh. Hilman bequest, 188 1. 

GENOELS (Abraham), surnamed Archimedes. Was baptized at 
Antwerp, 25 May 1640, and died there 10 May 1723. Worked 
in his native town, in Paris and Rome. E. 

978. Diana huntress in an Arcadian landscape. 

C 9 by \z\ in., h. f. \\ in. Signed at the back of the frame: Genoeh- 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

979. Apollo and Calliope, in an Arcadian landscape. 

C. 9 by \z\ in., h. f. \\ in. Same source as No. 978. 

GERARD DE SAINT JEAN, see Geertgen tot Sint Jans, p. 128. 

GHEYN (Jacob de), born in 1565 at Antwerp where his parents, 
who came from Utrecht, had settled. He studied art at Harlem 
under the guidance of several masters, among others under that 
of Hendr. Goltzius; he worked in Harlem, Amsterdam and the 
Hague, where he died 29 March 1629. B, 

980. A white Spanish stallion having belonged to the Grand 
Duke Albert of Austria, was taken in the battle of 
Newport (1600) by count Louis Gunther of Nassau and 
presented to Prince -^ ,— _--. .«-«- ,-* -r- -*--»-«--« 
Maurice of Nassau. fl f^X-i ¥ Y^V%\ rT 

C. 2 yds 17^ in. by 2 yds J \J "ill-i 1 ±*- *- ■*-* 
34 in., nat. size. f\ ^— 

Signed at the -top: I l) 1 

and bearing the following ^ 

inscription: hVnC dedIt aVstrIaCo teLLVs hIspana CreatrIX 
VICtorIqVe dedIt fLandrIa MaVrItIo, (Spain, where this horse was 
produced, gave it to the Austrian; Flanders conquered it for Maurice the 
Victor). This picture has been greatly restored. Presented by Jhr. W. 
L. B. van Panhuys, 1880. In the East court of the Dutch Museum. 

981. A black horse led by its groom. 

C. 2 yds 17 in. by 2 yds 33^ in., nat. size. Purchased in 1884. 
In the National tyluseum, East court. 

GISELAER (Nicolaes de), born at Leyden. Dean of the painters' 
Guild of Utrecht in 161 6 or 161 7. Was • 

still living the 12 th of May 1654. J z 6 

'982. The angel Gabriel appears to Zacariah. 

O..I3% by 22 in., h. f. 4 in. Signed on a pilaster :% p. • . r 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1890. , JH.J U JhLL/"\ t)\. r 

GLAUBER (Johannes), born at Utrecht in 1646, died at Schoonhoven 
about 1726. Was a pupil of Nic. Berchem and of Adr. van der Cabel, 
at Lyons. Worked at Hamburg, Amsterdam and the Hague. M- E. 

• 983. Mercury and Io, m a mountainous landscape, in which a high poplar. 

C. 48^4 by 35^ in., h. f. 8 in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808.. 

'984. Diana bathing. Mountainous scenery. 

C. 48^4 by 38^4 in., h. f. 8 in. Same source as No. 983. 



GOES. 133 



•d ai GOES (Hugo van der), supposed to have been born at Goes, in 

man Zealand, was living at Ghent about 1465, resided sometimes in 

a > & this town, sometimes at Bruges, until 1476, when he entered the 

' convent of the Austin Friars, at Rouge-Cloitre, in Brabant, as a 

lay brother. Died there in 1482. See Nos. 339 and 341. 
984a. Portrait of a man with his patron, St. John the Baptist. 
d ^ • Probably the left door of a triptych of which the lower part has 
™ been cut off. (Attributed to the painter.) 

O. 12^4 by 9 in., h. h. 5 in. From the collection P. A. Borger, at Arnhem. 

Sale Fr. Muller and Co., 1882. Lent by Mr. M. Leembniggen, since 1903. 

mk GOLINGH (Jan). Became in 1658 a member of the St. Luke's 
guild of Harlem. Portrait painted by himself. See No. 614. 
GOLTZIUS (Hendrick), born at Miilbracht, near Venlo, in February 
^! 1 558 ; died at Harlem 29 December 1616. Studied the art of 

12I engraving under Dirck Volckertsz. Coornhert. Visited Germany 

nts and Italy. Did not begin to paint until 1600. £- W-E. 

lem 985. The death of Adonis, lying full length on the 

thai ground, foreshortened. 

thei C. 42% by 34^4 in., nat. size. Signed to the right, on the tree : 

This picture was originally square. At the sale of B. de 

( H(j Man at Delft in 1644, it was propably sold as an "Abel f 

of foreshortened." I N Ql 

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-a Purchased from Mr. P. Ver Loren van Themaat in 1885. 

GORTZIUS (Gualdrop or Geldrop). See Geldorp, p. 131. 

GOOL (Jan van), was born at the Hague in 1685 and died there 
in 1763. Was a pupil of Matth. Terwesten and of Simon van 
I der Does. Worked at Amsterdam and the Hague ; was a writer on art. 

986. Landscape. Herdsman and cattle near a farmstead. 

O. 16^4 by 25 in.,, h. f. seated, 5^4 in. 
$ Signed in the centre on a stone: 

as Sale Jo de Vries Jzn. in 1844. Van 

h e Hoop collection. Lent by the tow 

V- Amsterdam, since 1885. 

987. A rustic scene. A woman busy milking is diverting herself 
with a farmboy. ^ 
O. 16% by 25 in., h. animals, 4% in. f&O bfj^ft CW 
Signed at the bottom to the left: Q^ "^C& '- 5 
Acquired at Amsterdam in 1893. ^^ <fr^ 

GOSSAERT (Jan). See Mabuse, p. 204. 

GOVAERTS (Antonie Cornelis), born at Antwerp, died there in 1855. 

988. The sutler. She is serving some soldiers with beer. 

M. 2i\ by 27^4 in., h. f. 13 in. Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1827. 

GO YEN (Jan van), born at Leyden, 13 January 1596, died at the 
Hague in April 1656. Studied, among others, under Isaias van 
de Velde. Visited France,, worked at Leyden and, from 1634, 
sstjled at the Hague. E. 

989. View of the Maas at Dordrecht. On the wide river several 
crafts; in the foreground a boat with men fishing with a net. 
O. 22 by 28^ in. Engraved by W. Unger. Sale of the collection Adr. Lacoste, 
Dordrecht 1832. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. D upper Wz., 1870. 



134 GOYEN 




989a. A panorama in Guelders. Under a magnificent sky with 
masses of clouds, are exposed to view large strips of cultivated 
land. In the distance a river running parallel to the horizon. In 
the foreground to the left a hillock, a few trees and two figures. 

O. \2\ by 17% in. 

Signed to the left: VG /C$J 

Purchased in London, 1903. 

990. Landscape. In the foreground, on 
a piece of rising ground, two large 
knotty oaks. 
C 33% by 41 in., h. f. 3% in. - t^ S /*) SI y 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: ^^ A \S jf f 

Same source as No. 989. 

991. View of the Valkenhof at Nimeguen. Seen from the river ; 
in the foreground a ferry-boat crowded with people. 

C. 3614 by 51^ in., h. f. 2\ in. ^ 

Signed on the boat : ~ /»■* -^ \j *■• » j J A ^7 / 

Sale G. van der Pot, Rot- \^Kmt O * *~ J* * f ' 

terdam 1808. 

992. A river view, near a village; on the water, which is much 

disturbed, some small boats are tossing. 
C.5i^by6 5 i4 

in., h. f. 4 in. 

Signed at the 

bottom to the 

right : 

Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

•993. View of Dordrecht. In the distance, to the left, the Merwede. 

C 38*4 by 52 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
From the Workhouse. Lent by the 
town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

GRAAT (Barents, born at Amsterdam 28 September 1628, died 
there 4 November 1709. Was a pupil of his 
uncle Hans. E* 

994. A family group represented in a wooded 
landscape. Father, mother and son. 

C. 22 by 19^ in., h. f. 13% in. 
Signed at the bottom, in the centre: 
Bequest J. H. Schellwald, at Zwolle, 1900. 

995. Courtship. In the inner 
court of an old Roman 
edifice, some couples are 
engaged in amorous 
discourse. 

C. 3614 by 30^ in., h. f. 1 7 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left : 
From the collection G. de 
Clercq. 

Purchased from the Rembrandt Society in 1901. 



i*/G~or£H / 




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92i. Care] Fabritins. 



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135 





996. Theprodigalson, 

feasting with prosti- 
tutes in the inner 
court of an Italian 
edifice. 

C. 31% by 26% in., 

h. f. 16^ in. 

Signed at the bottom *"" ~ /^/ |/"*/^ • 

to the left: **S Ik V * 

Purchased at the sale Bierens, Amsterdam 1881. 

997. Johan Ortt (1642— 1701), Lord of Breukelen and Nyenrode. 
Represented on a prancing horse in a woody landscape. 

. C. 2 yds 28^4 in. by 3 yds 11 in., nat. size. 
Lent to the Museum by Jhr. H. J. Ortt van Schonauwen, since 1899. 

998. Abraham 
Ortt (1650— 
1 691), resting 
after the chase, 
in a wooded 
landscape. 
C. 2 yds 28^4 in. 
by 3 yds II in., 
nat. size. Signed 
at the bottom to 
the left j Same source as No. 997. 

999. An allegorical composition illustrating 
the charitable reception given to sick 
people in a hospital. In the background a view 
of the alms-house for old people at Amsterdam. 

C. 36J4 by 5614 in., h. f. 28 in. 

Signed at the bottom, in the centre, towards the left : 
Originally in the alms-house for old people at Am. 
sterdam. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885^ 

GRAEF (Thimotheus de), Dutch landscape pain- 
ter; worked about 1670. 

1000. An Italian landscape. In the foreground a few high trees 
with groups of people; in the background a river flowing between 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: 

Purchased at the sale Snouck van Loosen, Enkhuizen 1886. 

GREBBER (Pieter. de), was born at Harlem in 1590. Was a pupil 
of Hendrick Goltzius and of his father, Frans Pietersz. de Grebber. E. 

1001. The Holy women weeping over the 
dead body of Christ. 

C. 64% by 68*fe in., nearly nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Presented by the family . A. D. de Vries Az. to 

the Royal Archeological Society in 1884. 

Lent to the Museum, since 1889. 




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136 GREIVE. 



GREIVE (Johan Conrad), was born at Amsterdam 2 April 1837 
and died in that town 14 May 1891. A pupil of Petr. Franc. 
Greive and of Corn. Springer. E ' - Z. 

1002. Mealtime. View of a shipbuilding yard on the banks of the Maas. 

C. 30^ by 47 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: J. C.Greive Jr. 
Bought at the exhibition "Arti et Amicitiae" in 1867. 

GRIFFIER (Jan), born at Amsterdam m 1656, died in 1718 in 

London, wher$ he principally resided. Was a pupil of Roeland 

Roghman and of Jan Looten. Imitated the style of Herman 
Saftleven (III). E - M. 

1003. A river view. A mountainous landscape crossed by a stream 
carrying several small crafts. 

O. 15 by 1 9^4 in. Signed in the foreground, to the right : £[. Qfl\f f tfcft 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

GRTJYTER Jr. (Willem), born 6 September 18 17 at Amsterdam, 
died there 7 January 1880. A pupil of Hermanus Koekkoek. E. 

1004. The offing at Bremerhaven. 

C 35^4 by 5314 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : Willem Gruyter Jr. 
Purchased at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1866. 

GUERCINO (Giovanni-Francisco-Barbieri), called il Guercino, 

born at Cento 2 February 1591, died at Bologna, 2 December 
1666. E. 

1005. Mary Magdalen in a grotto, gazing at a skull. (Copy). 

C. 49^ by 37% in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808, 
where it was considered to be the work of Jan van Scorel. 

GYSAERTS (Gualterus), born at Antwerp in 1649; nis name was 
inscribed 'jn 1670 or 1671 on the register of the St. Luke's Guild 
of his native town. He entered in 1674 the convent of the 
Franciscan friars, at Mechlin. 

1006. A Garland of flowers round the portrait of Hieronymus 

van Weert.'The portrait itself is a bust in grisaille painted by 
David Teniers, the younger. 

C. 45% by 31% in., h. h, 3^ in. On the socle of the bust is the 
inscription : B. Hieronymus 

Werdanus. Signed to the left : p Q Q y S A E RTS • M i N . F- - and If) V 
This portrait is probably one *** ' 

of the series of portraits of the martyrs of Gorcum painted by Teniers the 
younger and his cousin Gysaerts. Acquired at the sale of count Andor 
de Festetis in 1884. 

GYSELAER (N. de), see GISELAER, p. 132. 

GYSELS (Pieter), baptized 3 December 1621 at Antwerp, died in 
that town in 1690 or 1691. 

1007. A village in Flanders. In the foreground several persons and 
a cart and horse. .. S* p 

C. 11 by 13% in., h. f. 1% in. yp\ gulf-Cld 

Signed at the bottom to the right: <j w a^ 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 



GYSELS. 137 



1007a. The fountain. A study of still life. In front of a marble 
fountain, flowers, fruit and pieces of gold plate are displayed in 
opposition to some architectural fragments partly covered with 
an oriental carpet. A park is seen in the distance. ^ -r--^—^ 
COP. 15 by 18% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: L t,L k Lfr 
Purchased at the sale van der Burgh (Fr. Muller &Co.), QYg ^ L S 
through the Rembrandt Society in 1904. ** 

HAAG (Tethart-Philipp-Christiaan), born at Cassel in 1737, died 
at the Hague in 18 12. Was director of the Cabinet of pictures 
of Prince William V. E - AT. 

1008. Frederica - Sophia - Wilhelmina of 1 

Prussia. Wife of Prince William V. ^ Q \ m A 
On horseback. C^^jl 



C. 34 by 27^ in., h. f. on horseback, 23^4 in. 
Signed under the horse: 



Engraved by R. Vinkeles. Formerly in the ** 

National Museum at the Hague. From the Mauritshuis, 1885. 

HAAN (Meyer-Isaac de), was born at Amsterdam 14 April 1852 
and died there 24 October 1895. Was a pupil of Petrus Franciscus 
Greive. Resided some time in France. 

1009. Petrus Franciscus Greive (1S11— 1872). Painter. Bust length. 

O. 5% hy 4% in., h. h. 2 in. Signed to the left: MH. 
Presented by Mr. W. Spijer, Amsterdam 1897. 

1010. An old Jewess. Bust. 

C 25% by 2 life in., nat. size. Signed at the top to the left: M. I. de Haan 80. 
Presented by Mr. G. C. B. Dunlop, Amsterdam 1 902. 

HAANEN (Adriana- Johanna), born at Oosterhout 14 June 18 14, 
died at Oosterbeek 8 October 1895. Was a pupil of her father, 
Caspar us Haanen. 

1011. A fruit piece. Raspberries, peaches and grapes on a china dish. 

M. 18 by 24 in. Signed to the left: Adriana Haanen. 
Bought at an exhibition, Rotterdam 1867. 

1012. Summer. By the side of an antique vase standing on a table, a 
lavish display of flowering branches. 

C. 52 by 40 in., nat. size. Signed to the left, on the foot of the 
vase: Adriana Haanen. Presented by Miss Maria Vos, 1884. 

1013. Fruit. A basket full of raisins, a plate with peaches and a melon 
cut in slices. 

C. 38*4 by 33^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right : Adriana 
Haanen i8fj. Bequest of Mr. W. M. J. Desmons, Amsterdam 1888. 

1014. Flowers in a silver vase. Various kinds of flowers. The vase 
is standing on a table covered with a blue cloth. 

C* 38^ by 33^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: Adriana 
Haanen i86j. Same source as No. 1 01 3. 

HAANEN (George Gilles), born at Utrecht 23 August 1807, died at 
Bilsen in 1879. Was a pupil of his father, Casparus Haanen. £ - L. 

1015. Evening class. The schoolroom lit by candles. 

M. 25 \ by 19^ in., h. f. 9 in. Signed on the stool: G. G. Haanen i8js. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



138 HAANEN. 



1016. An old man in his study. 

O. 13^ by 10% in., h. h.. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: G. G. 
H. A° 38. Same source as No. 1015. 

1017. An old woman reading. 

M. 12^ by 10 in., h. h. 1^ in. Signed on a sheet of paper: G. G. Haanen 1844. 
Same source as No. 1015. 

HAANEN {Remigius Adrianus von), born at Oosterhout 5 January 
1812, died at Aussee 13 August 1894. Was a pupil of his father, 
Casparus Haanen. Resided in Vienna from 1836. E. 

1018. Landscape. A heath with here and there a cottage. 

C. \2\ by 2\\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: R. Haanen, 
Bequest of Miss "ft. J. Haanen, 1896. 

HAARLEM (Cornells Cornelisz. van), see Cornelisz., p. 95. 

HAAS (Johannes-Hubertus-Leonardus de), born at Hedel, 25 
March 1832. A pupil of Pieter Frederik van Os. Is living in 
Brussels, since 1857. 

1019. Early morning. Cows in a meadow, seen through the mist 
of early day. 

M. 35% by 50 in., h. animals 11^ in. Signed at the bottom to the 
right: J. H. L. de Haas. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1878. 

1020. A young bull, standing near a fence. 

M. 11% by 15 in., h. animal, 7% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 
y. H L. de Haas, Bequest of Mr. J. Jacobs, 1892. 

HACKAERT (Jan), was born at Amsterdam in 1629 and died there 
probably in 1699. Visited Switzerland and Italy from 165 3- 1658. E. 

1021. The ash-tree avenue. A party of sportsmen, some on foot* 
others on horseback, and accompanied by a pack of hounds, 
are seen on a road lined on both sides with high slender trees, 
following the bends of a stream on which are a couple of swans, 
disporting themselves. The figures are painted bij Adr. van de Velde. 

C. 26^ by 21 in., h. f. on horseback, 4 in. 

Engraved by R. Daudet, G. Hulseboom, L. Lowenstam and J. A. Boland. 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot in 1808. 

1022. A forest view. In the foreground a party of sportsmen near 
a pond. The figures have been painted by Johannes Lingelbach. 

C. 23 by 18 in., h. f. 4 in. Signed at the bottom in the centre : 
Engraved by J. A. Boland. Purchased from F. J. Noord- fJAT U Af 
wijk, Rotterdam 181 3. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. JXf\vf\/VL 
L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1023. A landscape at the close of day. A herdsman is leading 
his cattle between the verdant slopes of a road. The figures 
are drawn by A dr. van de Velde. 

C. 36 by 41 in., h. f. 4% in. Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. 
Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

1024. Sunset. A landscape. In the centre of an extensive range '. 
of bushes towers a solitary tree. 

C. 25^ by 29^ in., h. f. 2\ in. \J f\ t 1/ A C D TT . 

Signed at the bottom to the left: jl /l L. A. ril- ' \ i 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



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1025. The lake Trasimenes, surrounded by high mountains. 

C. 32^ by 57 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: J T A ATT A Hl^T" 

Purchased at the sale Gijsbert de Clercq jfj/1 V/lvillL JV. 1 * 

in 1897 through the Rembrandt Society. 

HAENSBERGEN (Johannes van), born at Utrecht 2 January 1642, 
-died at the Hague, 10 January 1705. Had resided in the latter 
town from 1668. Was a pupil and imitator of Corn. Poelenburgh. E. 

1026. The portrait of the painter, by himself. Bust length. 

O. 4% by 4% in., h. h. \\ in. Signed at the top to the left : ^ . st/' 
Purchased at the sale of Mr. P. Ver Loren van Themaat, j°'*{/f*t*fts£ 
Amsterdam 1885. 

HAGEN (Joris van der) or VERHAGEN, buried 23 May 1669 
at the Hague, where he had resided from 1640. 

1027. Mountain scenery. In the foreground 
a felled tree; in the middle distance, a 
castle half-hidden behind tufted trees. /» ^// /fff£/J 
C. 68% in. by 2 yds 19% in. K^&S /S" 7 w/ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : ' f f 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. *— ^ 

1028. Landscape. In the foreground a pedlar is resting under a 
leafy tree ; further off, a fisherman drawing his net from the river, 

: C. 19 by 22 in., h. f. 3%- in. Sale J. de Vos, 1833. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1029. Landscape. A cluster of large oaks, in the foreground ; on 
a height, in the far distance, a castle 
near ruins. 

C. 43 by 47^ in., h. f. 4^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Same source as No. 1028. 

HAGEN (Joris van der) and BERC HEM (Claes Psz.). 

1030. Landscape scenery with bathers. The figures are painted 
by Claes B ere hem. 

C 27% by 33^ in., h. f. 3% in. C /) /O 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : ^y-" w^fVr f\P/ff\^ 

Sale of Jhr. J. Goll van Franckenstein, Amster- 
dam 1833. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

HALEN (Arnoud van), painted at Amsterdam, where he was buried 
22 July 1732. M. 

This artist was at the same time the originator and the collector of the 
Panpoeticon Batavum, a collection of 328 small portraits of Dutch poets 
nearly all in grisaille. Before the year 1 719,. van Halen had already brought 
together 200 of these portraits, which, with few exceptions, he had copied 
from wellknown engravings. The collection ' came successively in the 
possession of Michael de Roode, of Arnoud de Jongh and of the Society: 
"Kunst wordt door Arbeid verkregen" of Leyden, and in time a few 
more specimens were added. -At an auction which took place 9 April 1 81 8 
in the "Huis met de Hoof den", at Amsterdam, the collection went for 
605 guilders and soon after was scattered. Mr. A. J. Ensched£, when in 




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Venice, came across 74 of the portraits, which he bought for the Dntch 
Museum in 1880; this number rose by later purchases to 77 and was 
further enriched by the portrait of Arnoud van Halen by himself, comprised 
in the bequest of Mr. D. Franken Dz., in 1898. (A few specimens of the 
collection were recently sold in Lisbon and fetched very high prices). Of 
the portraits at present in the possession of the State Museum, 50 are 
painted by Am. van' Halen; 22 by Jan Maurits Quinckhardt (see from 
No. 1947 to 1968); 3 by Dionys van Nymegen (see Nos. 1773 — 1775); 
1 by Nicolaas Reyers (see No. 2027) and 1 representing A. van Royen 
by an unknown artist (see No. 282). The 77 portraits are arranged in 
groups of 11 on 7 panels. The back of these panels bears a wax seal 
affixed by the Academy of Art of Venice. 

1031. Portrait of the artist, by himself. In the background the interior 
of a temple with the shrine containing the " Panpoeticon Batavum". 

COP. ov. 5^ by 5 in., h. h. 1 in. On the back the inscription : Arnoud 
van Halen, Fecit Pan Poeticon Batavum. Sale Kluytenaar, Amsterdam 1 849. 
D. Franken Dzn., bequest, 1898. 

Panpoeticon Batavum. 49 small portraits of Dutch poets, in 
grisaille. See Nos. 1032 — 1080. 

Tin ov. 4% by 3^ in., mean h. hr 1% in. 

1032. Johannes Polyander k Kerckhoven (1568— 1646). Professor 
at Leyden. Aat rj6Sm 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Joannes Poliander - — — -r- 

After the engraving of Willem Jz. Delff. Oo ' l6 *°' 

1033. DominicusBaudius(i56i — 1613). Professor at Leyden. A?af Ij6l 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Dominicus Baudius —- - — -r — 
After the engraving of Jac. Matham. ' J T ^' 

1034. P. Bertius (1565 — 1629). Professor at Leyden. iVat /j6s 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: P. Bertius -—j — -7 — - 
After the engraving of Willem van Swanenburch. ' J 2 9* 

1035. Theodorus Rodenburgh ( — 1644). Dramatic poet. 

On the back of the picture the inscription: 7. Rodenburg A° ij66. 
After the engraving of Lucas Kilian. 

1036. Johan van der Does de Jonge (1571 — 1596). Librarian of 
the University of Leyden. y^ ISIO 

On the back of the picture the inscription : Janus Dousa a Filius *——^ ~ 

After the engraving of Willem Swanenburch. 1*07' 

1037. Theodoras Velius (1572— 1630). Author of the "Chronicles of 
Hoorn". , ^ IS72 L 

On the back of the picture the inscription : 77/. Velius Ndtus 

After the engraving of Theod. Matham. Ob*. 1630 — 

1038. Theodoras Schrevelius (1572 — 1643). Provost of Leyden 
university. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Tkeod. Schrevelius IJ72. 
After the engraving of Jonas Suyderhoef. 

1039. Jacob van den Eynde (1575 — 161 4). Governor of Woerden. 

Xat. 
On the back of the picture, the inscription: Jacobus Eyndius — — — 

1040. Jan van der Rosieren (1581 — ). 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Joannes van Rosieren circa 1365. 
After the engraving of Pieter Nolpe. 



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1041. Pierius Winsemius (1586 — 1641). Professor at Franeker. 

COP. On the back of the picture, the inscription : Pterins Winsemius a° ijS6. 
After the engraving of Jonas Suyderhoef. Purchased at the sale van 
Pappelendam and Schouten, Amsterdam 1889, with No, 1051. 

1042. Adriaan Pietersz. van de Venne (1589— 1662). Painter 

and poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Adriaan van Venne a° ijfy' 

After the engraving of Daniel van Bremden. 

1043. David Lingelbach (1593—). Proprietor of the old labyrinth, at 
Amsterdam. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Daniel Lingelbach circa i62f. 
After the engraving of Crisp, de Passe. 

1044. Samuel Ampsing (about 1591 — 1632). Pastor at Harlem. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Samuel Ampsing circa JJ94* 
After the engraving of Jonas Suyderhoef. 

1045. Florentius Schoonhoven (1594 — 1648). Burgomaster of Gouda. 

On the back of the picture the inscription : Florentius Schoonhovius a° JJ94* 
After an anonymous engraving. 

1046. Jan Janszoon Starter (1594). Poet. 

On the back of the picture the inscription: Jan Janz. Starter IJ94* 
After the engraving of Jan van de Velde. 

1047. Petrus Baardt (about 1595 — ). Physician at Leeuwarden. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Petrus Baard, circa j6oo. 

1048. Jan van der Veen, Lived at Harlem in the first half of the 
XVII century. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: A r . van der Veen circa rjpj. 

. 1049. Dirck Graswinckel(r6oo— 1666). Recorder of the States-General, 
at Delft. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Theodorus Graswinckel a° 1600, 
After the engraving of Theod. Matham. 

1050. Marcus Zuerius Boxhorn (1602 — 1653). Professor at Leyden. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Marcus Zweri Boxhornius 16/2. 
After the engraving of Jonas Suyderhoef. 

1051. Jeremias de Decker (1609 or 1610— 1666). Poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : yerem. de Dekker circa 1609, 
After an engraving by himself. Purchased at the sale van Pappelendam 
and Schouten, Amsterdam 1889, with No. 1041. 

1052. Joannes Cools (161 1 — ). Author at Hoorn. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Joh. Cools. R. Z. Hr. van 
letterode circa i6ij. After the engraving of Pieter Holsteyn. 

1053. Franciscus Plants (—1690). Pastor at Zevenbergen. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Franciscus Planti circa i6zo. 
After the engraving of Jonas Suyderhoef. 

1054. Matthijs Gansneb Tengnagel (1613— about 1655). 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: M, Tengnagel 1613. 

. 1055. Willem van Heemskerk (born in 161 3 ; was still living in 1687). 

Engraver on glass. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Wilk, Heemskerk 1613. 

After the engraving of Abr. Blooteling. 



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1056. Bona ventura Peters (i 6 14— 1652). Painter at Antwerp. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: B. Peters 161 4. 
After the engraving of Wencel Hollar. 

1057. Alexandre Moras (born at- Castres in 1616, died at Paris in 
1670). Professor at Amsterdam. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Alexandre Morus 1-616. I 

After the engraving of Lamb. Visscher. , I 

1058. Hendrik Bruno ( — 1664). Co-rector at Hoorn. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Hendrik Bruno circa *6i&. 
After the engraving of R. van Persijn. 

1059. Joan Six (16 18 — 1700). Burgomaster of Amsterdam. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Jan Six, Burgemeester j-6j& 
After the etching of Rembrandt. 

1060. Jan Vos (1620— 1667). Dramatic poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Jan Vos circa 1620. 
After the engraving of Karel Dujardin. 

1061. Anthonis Janszen (162 1 — 1696). Poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Antoni Jansze 1621. 

1062. Johan van Neyenburg (162 1— ). Resided at Groningen. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Johan van Neyenburg i&2-i^ 
After an anonymous engraving. 

1063. Guilelmus Ogier ( — 1689). Dramatic poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : G. Ogier, circa 1620. 
After the engraving of Gasp. Bouttats. 

1064. Caspar van Kinschot (1622 — 1659). Poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Casper Kingschot 1621. 
After the engraving of Wencel Hollar. 

1065. Sibylla van Griethuysen. Poetess. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Sibylla van Griethuyse circa 1620. 
After the engraving of J. van Meurs. 

1066. Everard Meyster. Was living at Amersfoort. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : R. Meis 

After the engraving of Corn, van Dalen. 

1067. Jacob Heyblocq. Rector at Amsterdam. Was living in the 
XVII century. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Jacobus Hy bio k, circa /6jo. 
After the engraving of Wallerant VaiUant. 

1068. Matthys van de Merwede, lord of Clootwijck (about 1625 
to 1677). Poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: M: V: Merwede H? van 
Clooswijk circa 16 /j. After the engraving of Jan Gerritsz. van Bronchorst. 

1069. Jan van Paffenrode, Baron of Gassigny; killed on the battle- 
field in 1673. Dramatic poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: J. vryheer van Paffenrode circa 1622. 
After the engraving of Jan van Haensbergen. 

1070. Simon Abbes Gabbema (1628— 1688). Professor at Franeker. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Simon Abbes Gabbema circa i6ij. 

1071. Johannes Vollenhoven (1631 — 1708). Pastor at the Hague. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Joannes Vollenhoven ibji* 
After the engraving of A. de Blois. 

1072. Andries Pels (—1683). Dramatic poet. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription : Andries Pels circa i6j2. 



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1073. Christoffel Pierson (1631 — 17 14). Painter and poet. Was, 
living at Gouda. :. ' - ■■- ' , J 

On the back of the picture, the inscriptioa: Christ. Pierson — ~—L 

1714. 

1074* Frans van Hoogstraten (1632— 1696). Bookseller at Rotterdam. 

On the back of the picture r the inscription : Frans van Hoogstraten ~_1 

1696. 

1075. Pieter Verhoek (1633 — 1702). Painter and poet. Was living 
at Bbdegraven. ' , 

,\ On the back of the picture, the inscription: Pieter Verhoek L-Ml 

v I702. 

1076. Karel Verlove:(i633— - .). Poet and undertaker. 

On the back of the picture, *the inscription: Caret Veriove i6ss> 

1077. Balthasar Bekker (1634 — 1698). Pastor at Amsterdam. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Balth. Bekker 1634. 
After the engraving of Pieter van Gunst. 

1078. G'ovard Bidloo (1649—1713). Professor of medecine at the 
university of Leyden. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Govert Bidlo 1649. 
After the engraving of Abr. Blooteling. 

1079. Tobias Gutberleth (1675 — 1748). Man of letters at Leeuwarden. 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: Tobias Gutberlet circa i6jo. 
* After an anonymous engraving. 

1080. Abraham de Haen (1707 — 1748). Designer, etcher and poet. 

On the back, of the picture, the inscription : Ab*" de Haen. 
After the engraving of C- T. Fritsch. 

1081. Fraiis Greenwood (17.Apr.il 1680 — 1760 or 1761). Miniature 
painter, engraver on glass and poet. 

a . On the back of the picture, the inscription : 

Signed to the right: ILL *? ^ , z _ Aj . ..1680 

t-'XX) Frans Greenwood gebooren 17 April 

1740 — 
Purchased at the sale Roos &Co., 1902. 4 

HALS (Dirck), was baptized 19 March 1591 at Harlem and buried 

th$re 17 May 1656. A pupil of his brother Frans Hals. 

1082. An open air banquet. The company is select and numerous. 
In the distance a country seat. 

O. 30^4 by 54 in., h. f. 14 in. Signed to the left, on a baluster: 

Is one of a set of pictures known as the "Four Seasons". 

In the beginning of 1800 it was in possession of Mr. Strater at Rheine. 

Bought at Delft in 1899. 

1083. A country f£te. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 714 by 8% in., h. f. standing 6 in. Bought at the sale Brakke Grond in 1897. 

HALS (Frans), born at Antwerp in 1580 or 1581; died 29 August 
1666 at Harlem, where he had settled since 1604. Pupil of 
Karel van Mander. 

1084. Portrait of a man and wife. Full length figures, seated in 

the park of a country-house. 

C. 57 by 66ife in., nat. size. Engraved by J. A. Boland and W. Unger. 
Was formerly considered to be the- " Portrait of Frans Hals and his wife". 
Sales Jan Six, Amsterdam 1702 and van Winter and Six van Hillegom, 
Amsterdam 25 November 185 1. Has been in the Museum since 1852. 




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1085. The company of Captain Reynier Reael and Lieutenant 
Cornells Michielsz. Blaeuw in 1637. Called the "Magrere 

(meagre) Compagnie". Except the Captain and the Lieutenant 
who are seated, all the figures are represented full length, standing: 
in a line in different postures. The ensign-bearer is at the extreme 
left of the picture. Some ~ 

of the figures are painted /? Q 

by Pieter Codde. fi 

C. 2 yds 10% in. by 4 yds < \ • 

25. in., nat. size. 

Dated to the right, half 

way up the picture: 

Engraved by W.Unger. From 

the "Doelen" of the Cross-bowmen. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1086. Lucas de Clercq. Standing, seen to the knees, facing the right ; he 
wears a white glove on his right hand, the left is resting on his hip. 

C. 48% by 36% in., nat. size. Engraved by W. Steelink. Presented 1 by- 
Messrs P. de Clercq and P. van Eeghen and their wives, to the town of 
Amsterdam in 1891. Lent to the Museum in the same year. 

1087. Feyntje van Steenkiste. Wife of the former, standing, seen 
to the knees, facing the left; in her hands, which are folded over 
each other, she holds x-* — r-^ a »-p-» q \ / /r~ * ") ^ * 
a pair of white gloves. y\L> I s\- i O y/\Lt j / 

C. 48% by 36% in., nat. w 

size. Dated: \y ^ /f „- ^S 

Engraved by C. Ed. Taurel. A^ f\J J (j J ^ 

Same source as No. 1 086. 

1088.Maritge Voogt Claesdr. (1577— 1644). Wife of Pieter Jacobsz. 
Olycan. Seated in an armchair, se&n to the knees, holding a book 
in her hands. 

C 50% by 37k in., nat. size. In the background the family coat of arms, 
and underneath the inscription: 

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Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1089. Nicolaes Hasselaer (1593— 1635). Major of the town of 
Amsterdam. Bust, with a sharp movement turned towards the 
spectator, the right hand resting on a walking-stick. 

C. 32 by 26^ in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

1090. Geertruyt van Erp (1596 — 1620). Wife of the former. Bust, 
nearly full face. 

C. 32 by 26 y 4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. ioSt). 



io82. Dirck Hals. 



10S4. Frans I fills. 




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1091. The jolly toper. Half length figure, full face, wearing a, 
large black hat; in the left hand he holds a glass. 

C. 32^4 by 27 in., nat. size. Signed in the background to the right : 
Engraved by L. Lowenstam, T. Cole, W. linger, « J. A. 
Boland, J. M. Graadt van Roggen, J. Jacquemart. . Bought 
at the sale of Baroness van Leyden, Warmond 1816. 

1092. John Barclay (1582 — 1621). Full face, seen to the shoulders. 

C. 18% by 14% in., nat. size. On the back of the canvas is inscribed: 
Johannes Barclaivs, gente Caledo'nivs, Gallvs natalibvs hie est, Rotnam 
Romano qvi docet ore loqvi Barclaivs Argents avetor. 
Presented in 1743, by Gerard van Papenbroek to the "Athenaeum Ulustre". 
From the university of Amsterdam and lent by that town since 1889. 

1093. The merry-Andrew or the lute-player, in a many coloured 

dress, playing on the lute. (From the studio of Frans Hals). 
C. 26 by 23% in., nat. size. Engraved by R. Stang, L. L6wenstam > 
W. Unger, T. Cole; lithographed by Alfr. Balmet. Sale J. A. Brentano, 
Amsterdam 1822. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1853. L. Dupper Wz. bequest, 1870.. 
In Mr. Bredius' opinion, this picture is a copy after the original in the 
possession of Baron Gustave de Rothschild, at Paris. 

HAMMAN (Edouard-Michel-Ferdinand), born at Ostend, 24 Sep- 
tember 18 1 9, died at Paris, 30 March 1888. E. 

1094. A rainy day near Rgville in Normandy. View of a. 
meadow with cattle; a woman with an umbrella standing near. 
C. 25% by 31% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Hamman fits. 

Bequest of Baron R. van Lynden, 1899. 

HANEDOES (Louwrens), born at Woudrichem, 14 July 1822 where 
he died February 1905. A pupil of Cornells Kruseman and of 
Berend Cornelis Koekkoek. E. 

1095. A landscape in Kennemerland. View of a sandy road 
lined with high trees. 

C. 47^4 by 39% in., h. f. 3% in. Signed in the foreground to the left:: 
L. Hanedoes fee. 1869. Bought at an exhibition, the Hague 1869. 

1096. Sunset over the heath. In the foreground a large oak-tree 
near a little pool. 

C 54*4 m « hy 2 yds 8 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : L. Hanedoes ft * 
Baron R. van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

1097. An excursion in Guelders. (The figures by Ch. Rochussen). 

C 39% by 5314 in., h. f. 3% in. Signed at the bottom to the right;. 
L. Hanedoes fet i8jr. Same source as No. 1096. 

1098. Mountainous scenery, with a cowherd resting under an oak. 

C. 22% by 28 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : L. Hanedoes ft. 1847. 
Same source as No. 1096. 

1099. A landscape in Guelders, seen in the late afternoon light. 

C. 22% by 28 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : L. Hanedoes ft. 1847. 

1100. A mountainous landscape. On a height, to the left, an old castle. 

C. 17 by 25^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: L. Hanedoes fet 49. 
Same source as No. 1096. 

1101. Evening. View of a forest at sunset. 

O. 714 by \o\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: L. Hanedoes ft. 49 ~ 
Same source as No. 1096. 



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1102. The old castle. A small river is running down in the valley by its side. 

0* 5^ by 6% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: L. Hanedoes fcl. 
Same source as No. 1096. 

HANNEMAN (Adriaen), was born about 1601 at the Hague, where 

he was buried 11 July 1671. Was a pupil of Anthony van 

. Ravesteyn and of Dan. Mytens Sr. Painted some time in London and 

in 1640 settled in his native town. Imitated the style of van Dijck: 

1103. Portrait of the painter., Bust length, seated and turned 
towards the left. 



G. 32 by 25% in., nat. size. O^J^f^s q>u£/» lickf* A "'* "**J* 

Signed on a chair: . "^ o^Jg uU Ji*»tihLm li**rii (*»*» 

Engraved by P. Tanje\ ^ *"* jut'if**. «£** •A*"*"-* 

fought in Londen, 1894. 

1104. Cornells van Aerssen (i6o2-»-i662). Lord of Sommelsdijk, 
Colonel of cavalry. Clad in a cuirass. Standing, seen to the 
knees and turned towards the right. 

C. 48^ l?y 39 in., 

nat. size. At the £\ d Q. , /C~ **-»jD 

■ top to the left, his C^/tr J0^6f 

coat of arms. Dated / s*f /C5 _^, 

socle and signed : 

Is mentioned in a sale held at the Hague, 14 December 1874. Was for 
a short time at the Mauritshuis. Bought at the sale of Mrs. van Dam 
van Brakel, born Ditmars van IJsselveere, Amsterdam 1895. 

1104a. Levina de Vriese, wife of Adrien van Blijenburgh. Bust, 
the face slightly turned towards the left. See No. 1296a. 

O. 27^ by 23^ in. In the back- 
ground to the left: t - . It] _ J S* ^ ^ 
and to the right, her coat of arms. Lent w^nUtfL/ J^ W c? *Sy 
by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. ^""^ 9 D 

v "HANNOT (Johannes), worked at Leyden in the second half of the 
XVII century. 

1105. A fruit piece. Grapes, peaches, plums, 
cherries and a lemon cut in two, on a 
couple of china dishes. 

O. 2 3^4 by 18 in. Signed to trie left: , ^/* 

Bought at the sale $. B. Bos, Amsterdam 1888. JoG^ 

HANSEL AERE (Pieter van), was born at Ghent 31 July 1786 and 
died in that town 10 March 1862. Was. a pupil of Pierre van Huffel. 

1106. Portrait of the painter himself. Bust, 

C. 25^ by 19^ in., nat. size. On the picture is inscribed: Par mot a 
Naples 1824. Purchased at an exhibition, Ghent (?) 1 825. 

1107. The chaste Susannah. 

c - 53 1 ** by 37% i n -) n *t. size. Signed on the bath: Pre van Hanselaere ft 
Rotnae 1820. Bought at an exhibition, Ghent 1829. 

HANSEN (Lambertus Johannes), born at Staphorst 12 August 
1803, died at Amsterdam 21 April 1859. Studied under the 
guidance of his father Carel Lod. Hansen, of J. W. Pieneman 
and of J. A. Daiwaille. E. 



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1108. The vegetable woman. Seated at her stall she is serving 
her customers. 

C. 22^ by,i<}^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Z. y. Hansen* 
Van der'^Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HARDIM& (Pieter), born at Antwerp in 1678, died in 1758 at the 
Hague, where he had settled in 1697: A pupil of his brother Simon* 

1108a. A bouquet of flowers in a vase standing on a cornice 
between two cupids. (^T\ a • 

£ & %ht' in - Signe<i at the bottom J • harbimc 

From the " Huygenshuis" at the Hague. Since 1880 in the Museum. 

HARI (Johannes), was born 24 October 1772 at the Hague and died 
there 7 October 1849. Was a pupil of Jean-Georges Teissier.^. 

1109.Bivouac at Molodetschno during the night of the 3 d to 
the 4th of December 1812/ Russian campaign. 

O. 19^ by 26% in., h. f. 6 in. 

Bequest of Mr. W. P. d'Auzon de Boisminart, 1870. 

HARINGH (Pani£l), born at Loosduinen towards 1636, died at the 
Hague in* 1-706. Studied under Arn. vanRavesteynand Caspar Netscher* 

1110. Portrait of a lady of quality, seen to the knees. 

C. 19 by 1 5% in., h. h. 4 in. From the estate of Mr. J. L. de Bruyn Kops, 1888^ 

1111. Johan van Bochoven. 

Adviser to the Court of Flan- 
ders, seen to the knees. 

C. 24 by 19^ in M h. h. 4% in. 
Signed on the inside of a niche: 
Formerly in the collection de 
Ruyter. Purchased in 1895. 

1112. Catharina Pottey (165 1— 
1718). Wife of the former, seen 
to the knees. 

C. 23^ by 19% in., h. h. 414 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right : 
Same source as No. 11 11. 

HATTICH (Petrus van), was probably born at the 

Hague. Painted in the style of the school of Poelenburgh. Was 
married at Overschie in 1638. His works are dated until 1665. 

1113. An Arcadian landscape. Nymphs 

cop. 16% by 24 in. tyc/ms^m LiMic£ 

Signed to the right, on a rock: + • ** 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. t££ 

In the store-room. 

HAUCK (August-Christian), born at Mannheim 3 March 1742, 
died in 1801 at Rotterdam, where he had settled after having 
resided some time at Leyden. Son and pupil of Jacob Hauck. 

1114. Johan Arnold Zoutman (1724 — 1793). Vice-admiral, half length 

figure, standing. See No. 741. 

C. 32^ by 26^ in., nat. size. Carved on the frame, the coat of arms of 

the family Zoutman. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 




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HAUCK. 



1115. Adriana- Johanna van Heusden. Wife of the former. Half 



length figure. 

C- 33^ by 27 in., nat size. 
Signed at the bottom to 
the right: 



AGttawkfW'WO 



CHfC\ 






Carved on the frame, the family coat of arms of the Zoutmans and van 
Heusdens. Same source as No. 11 14. 

HAWKSLEY (Arthur), born at Nottingham, 4 March 1842. 

1116. The deserted bay, seen in cloudy weather. 

C. 14*4 by 2I ! 4 in. Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, 
born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

HECK (Claes Dircksz. van der), worked at Alkmaar; is already 
mentioned in 1604 by van Mander as a landscape painter and 
pupil of Jan Naghel. Died after 1648. 

1117. View of the castle of Egmond. 

O. 12^4 by 28% in. Purchased at the sale van der Straeten — Moens — 
Van Lerius, Antwerp 1885. 

1118. View of the abbey of Egmond. 

O. 12% by 28ft in. 

Signed at the bottom, to the left: 

Same source as No. 11 17. 

HECKEN (Abraham van den), born at Antwerp; painted from 
about 1635 to 1656. Resided alternately at the Hague and at 
Amsterdam. Was brother-in-law to Gerrit Lundens. 

1119. The butcher's shop. An ox hanging 
up in the foreground; in. the back- 
ground a few figures. 

c - 45 by 38% in., h. f. 10% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : I # \^ a 

Engraved by F. Molenaar. x*^ 

Sale Roell — Hodshon, 1872. Presented by Mr. J. H. van Marwijk Kooy, 1886. 

1120. Cornelis Meyer. Civil engineer, full 
length figure, seated at a table covered 
with an oriental cloth. 

C. 32*4 by 25^ in., h. h. 4 in. 

Signed at the bottom, to the left: 

Bought at the sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

HEDA (Willem Claesz.), born in 1594 at 
Harlem, where he worked ; died after 1679. 

♦1121. A study of still life. An overturned 
plate by the side of a half-filled goblet. 
(Attributed to this painter). 

O. 23 by 26% in., real size. Wrongly signed around the edge of the table : Heda. 
This panel has been greatly retouched. Presented by Mr. Gijsbr. de Clercq, 
at Amsterdam, in 1898. Lent since 1898. 

HEDA (Gerrit Willemsz.). Son and pupil of Willem Claesz. Heda. 
1122. Still life. On a white table cloth, an overturned pewter can with 
other utensils and a lemon cut in two. 

O. 32*4 by 23*4 in., nat. size. r _ ^ m «._.»/, . _ 

Signed on the handle of a knife: ■JOAQG-HCDA- * 6 ^X 

Purchased in 1891. 




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HEEM (Jan Davidsz. de), born at Utrecht in 1606, died between 
14 October 1683 and 26 April 1684, at Antwerp, where he 
resided from 1672. Was a pupil of his father David de Heem. 
Lived at Leyderi from 1628 to 1632, then at Antwerp and from 
1667 to 1672 in his native town. 

1123. Fruit and' flowers. Grouped in a niche, different kinds of fruit 
and a small bunch of flowers suspended by a blue ribbon. 
C. 2914 by 

23^ in., real 

size. Signed 

at the bottom, 

in the centre : fl ~ I K O 

Acquired at V*,. ^ ^— 

the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1124. Fruit. Various kinds of fruit, in part arranged on a blue plate 
and in part suspended by a blue ribbon; by the side, a crayfish 
on a box. This picture is a replica, or a good old copy, of a 
signed painting in the Dresden gallery. 

C. 27% by 23^ in., real size. Same source as No. 11 23. 



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HEEMSKERCK VAN BEEST (Jhr. Jacob Eduard van), born 
at Kampen 28 February 1828, died at the Hague 22 December 
1894. Pupil of Dirk van kokhorst. Z. 

1125. View of the Zuyderzee. Taken from the curve made by the 

IJ at Durgerdam. 

C. 33 by 54 I ,k in. Signed to the right: E. van Heemskerck v. B. 

Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1868. 

1126. The pioneers of our glory. A sea covered with ships of the 
XVII century. 

C. 4 yds 15% in. by 9 yds 13% in. Signed: E. van Heemskerck van Beest. 
Painted for the entrance of the agricultural division at the exhibition held 
at Amsterdam in 1884. Presented by the painter to the town of Amsterdam. 
Lent to the Museum since 1885. In the East court. 

HEEMSKERCK (Maerten van),, born at Heemskerk in 1498, died 
at Harlem 1 October 1574. Was a pupil of Jan van Scorel at 
Harlem. Visited Italy. E- W. 

1127. The sibyl of Erythraea. On the reverse of the panel the 
donor Matelief Dammasz. kneeling with his patron St. Paul. 

On the table cloth are 
his name and coat of 



IvGerXynvs ^an^ 



arms. _ . 

respectively 7 and 6 in. 

Signed in the background, on the left : 

Formerly in the Burgomasters' room 

in the Town Hall at Delft. Lent 

by Jhr. J. P. Six since 1885 and 

presented to the Museum in 1900 by his sons Jhr. J. Six and Jhr. W. Six. 




i 5 o heemskerck. 




1128. Johannes Colmannus (1471 — 1538). Superior of the- cdn vent 
of St. Agatha, at Delft. Half length figure, turned towards the 
rights holding a book in 

■ his hands. 0MN1N0 NE SIT 

O. 30^ by 23^ in., nearly. FAT0 COLMANVS ADEMPT3/S 
nat. size. On the frame is A *•**', km rr«- li- 

the inscription: . MARTINI FECIT 

• In the background, to the left, INGENIOSA MANVS 
his coat of arms and his age(67). 
Formerly in the ""Weeskamer", at Delft. Bought at an auction by Jhr. J. 
P. Six in i860. Lent by the Royal Archeblogical Society, since 1889. 

1129. The resurrection of Christ. Figure painted to the knees. 
(Imitation or copy.) 

O. 39 by 30^4 in., almost nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale D. M. Alewijn, Amsterdam 1885. 

HEEREMANS (Thomas), elected member of the St. Luke's Guild 
(Society of Painters) at Harlem in 1644. His known works are 
dated until 1692. 

1130. A 'winter scene.. A frozen canal near a village from which 
the church tower is standing out. 

C. 1614 by 1914 in., h. f. 2\ in. *T+A ATI*. \6v<» 

Signed at the bottom to the left: jnyinw^ »°7r 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

1131. Winter amusement. A wide frozen canal with numerous skaters, 
sledges and tents covered with flags. 

C. 24 by 33 in., h. f. $\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 

1899. Acquired from the Rembrandt Society, 1899. 

HEERSCHOP (Hendrick), born at Harlem in. 1620 or 1621, died 
after 1672. Was a pupil of Willem Claes'z. Heda, at Harlem, 
and of . Rembrandt, at Amsterdam. E. , . 

1132. Erechtheus found by the daugh- L—l :• 
ters of Cecrops. II 

C 43^4 by. 48 in.,,h.h. 4^ in. Signed at / / / 

• the bottom to the left. Purchased of Jhr. f^J g Q f $ Q ft J? 
W. Gockinga, Amsterdam 1883. / 

1133. Rebecca receiving the presents of the servant of Abraham. 

C. 54 1 4 ^y 68^ in., almost nat. size. Signed at the bottom in the centre: 

^.},H,HEERSCHQP j6$6 

HELST <Bartholomeus van der), born at Harlem in 16 13, buried 
at Amsterdam, 16 December 1670. Pupil of Nicolaes Elias. Has 
worked at Amsterdam. ' 

1134. The company of Captain Roelof Bicker and Lieutenant 
Jan -Michielszi Blaeuw before the brewery "de Haan", at the 
corner of the "Lastaadje" (Geldersche Kade and Boomsloot), 
1643. The company is divided in two parties: one resting before 
the brewery ; the standard-bearer is just rising to greet the second, 



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HELST. i 5 i 

which is arriving. The persons represented (besides the Captain 
and the Lieutenant) are: Pieter Hulft, standard-bearer; Dirck de 
Lange and Jochem Rendorp, sergeants; Hendrick Gerritsz. Velt- 
hoen, Joris Jorisz. Eenhoorn, Coenraet Rogiersz. Ramsden, 
Johannes Rombouts, Willem Jansz. Steenwyck, Jan Hulft, *Clae$ 
Rotterdam, Clemens van Sorgen, Jan Martensz. Troost, Hendrick 
Jansz. Domraer, Paulus van Walbeeck, Jan Cornelisz. Moyaert, 
Hendrik Jorisz. Fuyck, Abraham Pietersz. Kroock, Cornelis 
Wilkens, Adriaen Jorisz. Eenhoorn, Isaac van de Venne, Jan 
Cornelisz. Pronck, Gerrit Jacobsz. Indischerave, Dirck Joosten 
Ryskamp,. Reynier Redinckhoven, Wynant Arentsz. Oppyn, 
Cornelis Wilkens de Jonge. - - ■* 

C. 2 yds 20% in. by 8 yds 8^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to 
the left (must be 1639)'. 

On the picture the names of the guards and *the date 1643. Engraved 
by J. Houbraken. Painted for the u Doelen" of the Arquebusiers, it was 
later on removed to the large room of the Court-Martial in the Town Hall. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1135. The banquet of the civic-guard on June 18 th 1648, in the 
large hall of the "St. Jorisdoelen", on the Singel at 
Amsterdam, in celebration of the conclusion of the peace 
of Munster. The guards are represented around a long table, 
some seated, others standing. The figures in the foreground are 
facing the spectator. In the centre is the standard-bearer, seen 
full face; a little to the- right, Captain Cornelis Jansz. Witsen 
(1606 — 1669) holding in his hand the silver drinking-horn of the 
"St. Joris Guild" and receiving from Lieutenant Oetgens van 
Waveren (1630— 1670), the congratulation on the conclusion of 
the peace. On a sheet of paper on the drum, a poem by Jan Vos. 
The figures are full length. Besides the Captain and Lieutenant, 
the persons represented are: Jacob Banning, standard-bearer; 
Dirck Claesz. Thoveling and Thomas Hartog, sergeants; Pieter 
van Hoorn, Willem Pietersz. van der Voort, Adriaen Dirck. 
Sparwer, Hendrick Calaber, Govert van der Mij, Johannes Calaber, 
Benedictus Schaeck, Jan Maes, Jacob van Diemen, Jan van 
Ommeren, Isaac Ooyens, Gerrit Pietersz. van Anstenraat, Herman 
Teunisz. de Kluyter, Andries van Anstenraat, Christoffel Poock, 
Hendrick Dommer Wz., Paulus Hennekyn, Lambregt van den 
Bos, Willem the drummer. In the background the facade of the 
brewery "het Lam" on the "Singel". 
C. 2 yds 19% in., by 6 yds. Signed at the bottom, nearly in the centre: 




Engraved by J. Houbraken (in part), J. B. Patas, E. A. Reveil, F. Mole- 



152 



HELST. 





naar (aq.), J. W. Kaiser, W. Unger. Lithographed by B. T. van Loo, 
S. Altmann, C. Ed, Taurel (in part) and H. J. Zimmermann. At first at 
the St. Joris, or " Doelen" of the Cross-bowmen, later in the large hall of the 
Court-Martial in the old Town Hall. Lent to the Museum, since 15 Aug. 1808. 

1186. The heads of the brotherhood of St. Sebastian, at 
Amsterdam, 1653. Their names are: Frans Banning Cocq, 
Jan van de Poll, Albert Pater and Jan Blaeu. Seated at a table, 
with the precious insignia of the guild displayed before them. 
In the background two of their sons are engaged in target 
shooting. A servant-woman is bringing in the drinking-horn 
of the guild. 

C. 2 yds by 
4 yds, nat. size. 
Signed on a 
sls.te * 

Under th« sig- ■ \£3iailII^T^ , ^ \ P* 
• nature and' the Y^ ^^^t^Ji/TAi''. ', \ 

date the original \ m "nT^ 1 \ / 

characters and * ~ " 

figures may still be traced. The date ought to be 1653: it should then 
agree with that of a repetition of the same subject on a smaller scale 
which is in the Louvre and bears that date. In the picture at the Louvre 
are three young men, in that at Amsterdam only two; it is very likely! 
that the third has been painted over. Engraved by E. A. Reveil. 
Formerly in the large hall of the Archers's Doelen. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam,^ since 15 Aug. 1808. 

1137. The four heads of the " Doelen" of the Arquebusiers 
eating oysters, 1655. Their names are : Cornelis Witsen, 
Roelof Bicker, Gerrit Reynst and Simon van Hoorn. In the 
background the tavern-keeper, a woman and a little boy. 

C. 67^ in. by 3 yds 4 in., 

nat size. Signed to the fiARTHOLOMfVS ZANDER HEIST 

left, on a chair: . iCrr 

From the "Doelen" of the '*** 

Crossbowmen. Formerly in the "Thesaurie Ordinaris" of the old Town-Hall. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1899. 

1138. The four heads of the " Doelen" of the Archers in 1656. 

The figures are grouped round a table and the tavern-keeper 
Poock is bringing them an inkstand. In the background a lad 
bearing the cup of St. George. The names of the persons 
represented are: Hendrick Dircksz. Spieghel, Jan Huydecoper, 
Joris Backer and probably Frans Reael. 

C. 2 yds lift in. by 2 yds 30*4 in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Same source as No. 1137. 

1139. Andries Bicker (1586 — 1652). Burgomaster of Amsterdam. 



HELST. 153 

V 

Half length figure turned towards the right ; in his left hand he 
holds a small book. *\ * 

O. 37 by 27^ in., nat. size. -7-) ^aIjal k\£Scf 

Signed at the top to the left: /$ m /IXtflVW ntA/OU 

The companion picture (see - I £C~/ f\ /*^ 

No. 2918) is in the Dresden /t/Y^ 

Museum. Engraved by J. van / T *^ ^* 

Vilsteren and J. Houbraken. \fylPyfClA$ l) Q 
Collection E. L. Tolling, Amster- Ww * ^^^ irV ^ ^ 
dam 1768. Bought at a sale held at Amsterdam in 1848. 

1140. Gerard Bicker (1623— 1666). Bailiff of Muiden, etc. Half 
length figure turned towards the left; holds a pair of gloves in 
the right hand, which is placed on his chest. 

O. 37 by 7.*]\ in., nat. size. Purchased at a sale held at Amsterdam in 1848. 

1141. A man's portrait. Bust, turned to the right, three quarter face. 

O. 26^ by 22^4 in., nat. size. The background havjng been repainted, 
the signature, which is at the top to the right, can only be traced with 
difficulty. Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1142. A woman's portrait. Companion to the preceding No. Bust, 
turned to the left, the face seen jO *\ fl J 
three quarters. -D . /DO/m/^T rftlift 

O. 26^4 by 22^4 in., nat. size. I y 

Signed at the top to the right : g / ' /**^ 

Same source as No. 1141. , ' 4 

1143. Portrait of a warrior. Bust, turned towards the left. 

C. 29% by 25% in., 

nat size. Signed -^^ ,^^v 



in the background, 

to the left: 

Sale. 1853. Van 

det Hoop collec- I 

Lent bv the V*-^ 



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rfs 




tion. Lent by the 

town of Amster- ',/ (J £ Q 

dam, since 1885. 

1144. The Princess Maria Henrietta Stuart, widow of the 
Stadtholder William II. Whole length figure, seated, turned 
to the left. Dressed in white satin; holding an orange in the 
right hand. In the background a view of the St. James' church, 
at the Hague. —^ 

C. 2 yds 6^ in. /-) //* /* sJ f } 

by 67 in. Signed M 0^flh^/<tf}ttM $ * /O) 0,71 W 

at the top to the ^"^ r J s-\ s-\ . I 



Ac/$-/.jfa 



left: 

From the Natio- /) t<4$t .J &$ 2, 



nal Museum, the 
Hague 1808. 

1145. Egbert Meeuwsz. Kortenaer (1600 — 1665). Lieutenant- 
Admiral. Bust, nearly full face; in his left hand he carries his 
staff of command. 

O. 26% by 2314 in., nat. size. Engraved with slight modifications by 
A. Blotelingh and J. Houbraken. Same source as No. 1 144. 



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1146. Aert van Nes (1626 — 1693). Lieutenant-Admiral. Seen to 
* the knees, the staff of command in his right hand; behind him 

a boy. holding a letter* The background represents a naval 
battle painted by Ludolf Bakhuysen. 

C. 54ft by 4914 in., ,. " ^^ 

nat. size. Signed to f% r A f^r / ^f* Q 

the ri^ht on the arm /J „ rPO/hQQf* • ffPlf-r * J 6 O & 

of the chairu ..-..,. _ ... V^ — ' ' 

Engraved by J. C. Bendorp. Same source as No. 1144. 

1147. Geertruida den Dubbelde (1647 — 1684). Wife of the former. 
Seen to the knees, turned towards the left and looking at the 
spectator. The background, representing a port with war ships, 
has been painted by 
Ludolf Bakhuysen. 

c - 54^ b y 49& in - Signed 

at the bottom to the left: I 

Same source as No. 11 44. V^ 

1148. Johan de Liefde ( — 1673). Vice-admiral. Seen to the knees, 
standing near a table covered with nautical instruments. The 
sea piece in the background was painted by Ludolf Bakhuy sen. 

C 54^4 by 48 in., nat size. -^ ^^ A /I I 

Signed on the table cloth: LJ J \ IS [L 

Engraved by L. Visscher. From the < JO»pJwlWw*flCl$L 



7 f "— ' — ' — o — x - - — jj — , 



J3 -pmrj^er • nelsr- f 



collection "van Loon, at Amsterdam. to f*^s 

Purchased from Baron Nathaniel de /* £ r\ 

RothschUd, London 1883. J Q O 

1149. Jacobus Trip (1627-^1670). Seen to the knees, turned towards 
the .left, hi$ .left hand, resting on a walking stick; a landscape 

♦ ' . in the background. 

C. 44 by. 38^ in., nat. 
size. Signed -to, .the right, 

on the balustrade: » * - - w — . 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. f J 

van de Poll, in 1885. W -^ 

1150. Andries Bicker. Copy after No. 11 39, by Anthoni de Vries. 
(See p. 152 and 397). 

C. 35 ^ by 27^4 in., nat. size. 

Bicker bequest, 1 88 1. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

1151. Gerard Bicker. Copy after No. 1140, by Anthoni de Vries, 
(See p. 153J." 

C. 35% by 27*4 in. Same source as No, 1150. 
* Portrait of a woman. Copy by Abraham van den Tempel. 
See No, 2290. 

Andries Bicker. Copy in pasteLafter No. 1139. See No. 2917. 
Catharina Gansneb, born Tengnagel. Copy in pastel after 
" the original, which is in the Dresden Museum. See No. 2918. 

HELST (Lodewyck van der), was born towards 1645 at Amsterdam 
and died there after 1680. Studied under his father, Barth. van 
der Heist. 



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1153. Augustus (Aucke) Stellingwerf (was killed in the battle of 
Lowestoft in 1665). Half length figure, 
seated near a table on which are seen 
a globe, a helmet with large plumes, 
a jewel box, an admiral staff, etc. 

C. 40^ by 53% in., nat. size. 
Signed at the top to the right : 
Engraved by A. Blooteling. From the 
National Museum, the Hague 18 10. 

1154. Adriana Jacobus Hinlopen (1647-), 

wife of Jan Wybrands; bust, turned to the left, 

C. 29% by .24% in., nat size. 

Signed at the top to die right; 

Purchased at the sale Brakke Grond, Amsterdam 1875. 

HELT STOCADE. See Stocade, p. 316. 

HEMERT (Jan van), Dutch painter, worked 
towards the middle of the XVII century. 

1155. Dirck Hendrick Meulenaer. Half 
length figure, turned towards the left, (JCWl/ 
wearing a black hat^ ; * js s 

C 55 by; 37^ in., nat. size. ' / / 

Signed dt the bottom to this, left : f c ' / '4 

./ v Jhrs J."S. 4*. ran de Poll bequest, 1880. ** 

HEMESSEN (Catharina van), worked at Antwerp about the middle 
of the XVI century. Spent a considerable time in Spain. Was 
the daughter and pupil of Jan van Hemessen. Married Jan de 
Moryn, the musical composer. 

1156. Portrait of a lady. Perhaps a 
portrait of the artist herself. Half 
length figure, turned towards the left. 

O. 9^ by 6^4 in., h. h. 3 in. 

Signed at the top to the right: 

From the collection of Baron van Brakell. 



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AS 



GATHER INA-DE 

HtMESSEN- 
PINXJT 

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HEMESSEN (Jan Sanders, called Jan van), born at Hemessen, 
near Antwerp, about 1504, died between 1555 and 1566. Was 
a pupil of Hendrick van Cleef, at Antwerp, where he has worked, 
as well as at Harlem. 

1157. Ecce Homo. On a market place where artisans are at work, 
Christ is shown to the crowd. This work is of the same hand 
as the "Distribution of food to the poor" by the Monogrammist of 
Brunswick. The opinion that the latter artist and Jan van Hemessen 
are one and the same person, is far from being unanimous. 

O. 21^4 by 35^ in.) h. f. 4 in. Bought at Maestricht in 1893. 

1158. Dissolute company, feasting in a room. 

O. l 3 l k by i %\ in., h. h. \\ in. Signed with the monogram of Lucas 
van Gassel, which has been found to be a counterfeit. This picture is a 



i 5 6 HEMESSEN. 



replica or a copy from the work which is in the Museum at Frankfort, 
the style of which is similar to that of a painting by the same artist in 
the Berlin Museum. Purchased at Amsterdam in February 1892. 

HENDRIKS (Frederik Hendrik), was born 17 January 1808 at 
Arnhem and died there 4 April 1865. 

1159. A wooded landscape. 

C. 34 by 45 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: F. Hendriks. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

HENDRIKS (Sara), born at Oosterbeek, 18 June 1846. 

1160. A fruit piece. Peaches and grapes on a blue plate; by die 
side a stone jar and a cut glass half-filled. 

C. 14^ by 17^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Sara Hendriks. 
Presented by the Dowager, Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

HENDRIKS (Wybrand), born at Amsterdam 24 June 1744, died; 
at Harlem 28 January 1831. Keeper of the art collection in, 
the Teyler Institute. E. 

1161. The notary KOhne and his clerk Jan Bosch. The notary 
is seated before a table and the clerk is standing near the door, 
a paper in his hand. 

C. 25 by 20 in., h. f. 16% in. fs^jb ^^7^^^ 'J* v 

Signed on the table cloth: ^^—^w ^f\^ ^L^/ f /ft^ < ^ / ^ 

The date ought perhaps to { O ]JjZ %7*C&* V ^> 

be 1787 instead of 1767. K ~ / ff tt J/-'l>'n>Xt*~. J /jf^ 

Presented by Mr. P. J. 

Amersfoordt to the Royal Archeological Society. Lent to the Museum, 

since 1889. 

1162. Jacob de Vos, Senior, (1736— 1833). Art collector at Amster- 
dam. Half length figure, holding a paper in his hands. 

C. 13% by \\\ in., h. h. 3*4 in. Signed on a sheet of paper; 

IV. Hendriks ft 1811. Presented by Mrs. de Vos — Wurfbain, 1879. 

1163. An artist and his wife, seated in the studio. Supposed to 
be W. Hendriks himself and his first wife, Agatha Ketel (—1802). 

C. 20% by 18^ in., h. f. seated, 11 in. Signed at the bottom to the 
right: W. Hendriks 1791. Presented by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, 1902. 

1164. The four chief-commissioners of the "Walen". Full 
length figures grouped round a table. They represent : Bochard us 
Scholten, Christiaan van Orsoy, Jan Petrus Scholten and Frederik 
Alexander Vernede. (Attributed to this painter). 

C. 2 yds gVi in. by 2 yds 12^ in., nat. size. Formerly in the room of 
the chief-commissioners of the u Walen" in the "Schreierstoren" at 
Amsterdam. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HENGEL (Herman Frederik van), born at Nimeguen in 1705, 
died at Utrecht in 1785. Pupil of Heroman van der Mijn in London. 

1165. Justus Tjeenk (1730— 1782). One of the founders of the Scientific 
Society of Zealand and pastor at Flushing. Bust. 

C 3 2 *l4 by 26^4 in., nat. size. Signed to the right: // Fredr. van Hengel I7S&* 
Presented by Mr. H. F. Tjeenk, Amsterdam 1888. 

1166. Margaretha Leuveling (1758 — 1783). Wife of the former. Bust. 

C. 32*4 by 26% in. Same source as No. 1165. 



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HEUSCH (Guilliam de), was born about 1625 at Utrecht and buried 
there 9 March 1692. Was a pupil of Jan Both and visited Italy. E. 

1167. An Italian landscape at sunset. In the foreground a party 
of horsemen returning from the chase. 

COP. 8^ by \\\ in., h. f. on horseback, \\ in. j/t „ / / 

Signed in the centre, on a stone : \3\ tU%{L J-* 

Acquired from Mr. Versteeg, 1824. Cabinet J. Rombouts, I / 

1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. ' 

1168. Italian landscape. A very broad road on which a shepherdess,, 
spinning while going along, meets a shepherd guiding his flock- 

COP. 8^ by \\\ in., h. f. 2. in. A 

Signed to the right, towards the centre, on a stone: GHctvfi/7 

Same source as No* 1167. ^ 






1169. A mountainous landscape. A shepherd is resting by the 
side of a brook, in which the trees on its banks are reflected- 
C. 15^ by 22 in., h. f. seated, 2^ in. Signed to 
the left, almost in the centre, on a stone: 

r Sale J. Bleuland, 1839. Same source as No. 1167. 

HEYDEN (Ja^n vain der), born at Gorinchem in 1637, died at 
Amsterdam 28* September 17 12. As "a youth he came to live 
at Amsterdam and soon gained a name as a clever mechanic by 
improving the street-lamps and the fire-engines of the town. 
Resided for a short time in England and Germany. 

1170. View of a Dutch town. Seen from the remparts; in the- 
centre, a gate and two bridges. The figures are painted by 
Adriaen van de Velde. 

O. 1914 by 25^ in., h. f, i^ in. Purchased in England in 1834. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885.. 

1171. View of the "Martelaarsgracht" at Amsterdam. 

O. 17^ by 22^ in., h. f. I 1 * in. Signed on the bridge: -x 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. From the Cabinet van \lC))fetl0* 
Heteren, 1809. \l^ fJi J 

1172. The stone bridge. A Dutch canal lined along its banks with 
a row of high trees. Companion to the following No. 

O. 14% by 17^ in., h. f. 2 in. Engraved by J. A. Boland. 
Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1173. The draw-bridge. View of a Dutch town at the junction of 
two canals. Companion to the preceding No. 

O. 141/4 by 17% in., h. f. 3 in. 1£/ -^ 

Signed in the foreground, on a millstone : yj CtJ Cf&y 

Same source as No. 11 72. " 

1174. View of the Dam at Amsterdam, showing the New-Church r 
the left side of the Town-Hall and a part of the Weighing-House. 
The figures are by .Adriaen van de Velde. 

■ O. 26^ by 21% in., h. f. of the boy, 2ft in. 
Signed on the shed of the Weighing-House: V L ^V^ / * 

Bequest of Mr. J.F. van Lennep in 1893. ^ 

Lent in the same year by the town of Amsterdam. 



158 HILDEERAND. 



HILDEBRAND (Theodor), born at Stettin in 1804, died atDussel- 
dorf, 20 September 1874. Pupil of W, Schadow. Z. - 

1175. View of the Neva at St. Petersburg. 

C. 15^ by 23 in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 7. Hildebrana 
1844. Acquired from C. F. Roos in 1847. Van der Hopp collection. 
. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HILLIGAERT (Paulus van), was born at Amsterdam in 1595 or 
"1596, worked there and died in the same town between January 
and July 1640. 

1176. The battle of Newport, 2 July 1600. In the foreground, 
Prince Maurice on horseback.. 

O. 32^ by 46V4 in., h. f. 7 in. p / / A 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: fawU *tu hULiyat^t 

Purchased at the sale of the collec- Jr 
tion van Loon, Amsterdam 1878. 

1177. Prince Maurice dismissing the trained bands (Waard- 
. gelders} at Utrecht, 31 July 1618. 

C 39^4 by 68*4 in., h. f. 6^ in. Signed at the bottom in the centre: 

?<&&(£ vast <jfi/^rMrt> '#*/ 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1178. Prince Frederick Henry and Count Ernest Casimir, at 

the siege of Bois-le-Duc, both on horseback. 

O. 19 by 25^ in., h. f. ,on horseback, 13ft in. Source unknown. 

1179. Prince Frederick Henry on horseback. 

O. 14 by n^ in., h. f. on horseback, 12^ ini 
Bought at the sale M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1858. 

1180. Prince Maurice starting with his retinue for the chase. 

In the background, the Binnenhof at the Hague. 

C. 34 by 46% in., h. f. 5% in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1181. The siege of Bois-le-Duc in 1629, bird's eye view. In the 
foreground the camp with numerous figures. To the left, Prince 
Frederick Henry with his staff, on horseback. 

C. 43 by 70 in., h. f. 6 in. Purchased at Brussels in 1885. 

1182. The enemy's troops evacuating Bois-le-Duc after the 
release of the town, 17 September 1699. Bird's eye view; 
in the foreground are seen the troops leaving the town. 

C. .44 by 69 in., h. f. 9^ in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808.. 
".•Mr. C. Hofstede de Groot is of opinion that Nos. 1180, 1181 and 1182 
nought -to be ascribed to Henry Pacx or Paix. 

1183. Prince Maurice and Prince Frederick Henry on horseback 

(Painted in the style of this artist). 

C. 34*4 by 45 in., h. f. on horseback, 23^ in. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

HILVERDINK (Eduard Alexander), born at Amsterdam 12 May 
1846, died in that town 12 October 1891. Pupil of his father, 
Johannes Hilverdink. 



HILVERDINK. 159 



1184. The "Singel" at Amsterdam, near the Mint. View of the 

old Gymnasium* . 

C. 18% by 30 in., h. f. i^ in. Signed at the bottom, to the right: E. Alex* 

Hilverdink. Bougtit at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1886. 

1185. Rembrandt's house, in the JodenbreSstraat at Amsterdam. 

C 25% by 2.\\ in., h. f. \\ in. Signed at the bottom, to the left : E. Alexander 
Hilverdink Johz. 186*7. Presented by Mr. D. Franken Dzn. to the Royal 
Archeological Society in 1878. Lent to the Museum, since 188.9. «k 

HILVERDINK (Johannes), born at Groningen 18 January 181 3, died 
at Amsterdam, 1 October 1902. Was a pupil of J. A. Daiwaille 
and of J. W. Pieneman. Z. 

1186. The English coast along the Channel. 

C. 32^ by 5 1 % in;,. h. f. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the right; Joh. Hilverdink.. 
Purchased at the exhibition held at. u Arti et Amicitiae" .in 1870. 

HOBBEMA (Meindert), was born in 1638 at Amsterdam and died 
there, 7 December 1709. Pupil of Jacob van Ruisdael. 

1187. A watermill. Behind the house, seen from the side, high trees- 
and bushes, : 

O. 24 by 33% in., h. f. 2% in. /jnn .R^QQc-riX.O^ • 

Signed at the- bottom, to the left: \T / **** U TUw*" 

Engraved by W. Unger, J. A. Boland and ^ ii m 

L. Lowenstam. Lithographed by J. D. Steuerwald. Bought from Q. J. van Hengel, 
the Hague 1834. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

1188. A watermill. A group of bushy trees behind the house, seen 

A three quarters and much foreshortened. 
O. 24% by 33ft in., h. f. ift in. , JJPt 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 771 • 0<*Cr6 ttWlftfU 

Engraved by C. L. van Kesteren. or 

Acquired from Mr. Philips in 1822, Sales Lafontaine, 1824 and Robin, 1834- 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1189. A peasant's dwelling. By its side a group of high trees alongr 
a wide ditch. /fyi* PD** 

O. \z\ by 1 714 in. /•TlO-DU CvilOV 

Signed at the bottom to the right: I 

Acquired at the sale Goll van Frankensteyn, **^ 

1833. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885.. 

HODGES (Charles Howard), born at Portsmouth in 1764, died at 
Amsterdam, 24 July 1837. Lived from 1788 at Amsterdam and 
at the Hague. M-E. 

1190. Portrait of the painter by himself. Half length figure, nearly 
full face. 

C. 2814 by 23^ in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Miss Emma Jane Hodges in ,1868. 

1191. King William I (1772— -1843). Seen to the shoulders, turned 



towards the right. 

C.' 13% by \6\ in., nat. size. Lent to the Museum by Mr. P. C. C. Hansen in 

1885s After Kis death, in 1903, this portrait was purchased from his heirs. 

1192. Louis-Napoleon, King of Holland, 1806— 1810. Founder of 
the Museum. Full length figure, • landscape background. 
C. 2 yds 16 in. by 58 in., nat. si^e. Signed at the bottom to the left: C. HI 
Hodges feet. 1809* Engraved by C. H. Hodges' (in part.) 
Source unknown: has probably been in. the Museum since |8io. 



1 6a HODGES. 



1193. Emma Jane Hodges. Daughter of the painter. Half length figure. 

C. 3 ol 4 by 24% in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Miss Emma Jane Hodges, 1868. 

1194. The poet Willem Bilderdijk (1756— 1827). Seated at a table, 
the head resting on his right hand. 

C 31^ by 24^ in., nat. size. Dated: 1S10. 
Bought at the sale Fred. Muller & Co., in 1887. 

1195. Cornells Apostool (1762 — 1844). First Director of the National 
Museum of paintings, at Amsterdam. Seated in an armchair, 
an open book in his right hand. 

C. 28^4 by 21 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Mr. C. Apostool, 1844. 

1196. Reinier Vinkeles (1741 — 1816). Designer and engraver at 
Amsterdam. .By his side stands a table with engravings and in 
his hand he holds a pencil-case. 

C. 30 by 23^ in. Purchased at Amsterdam in 1892. 

1197. Joanna Cornelia Ziesenis, bom Wattier (1764— 1827), in 
the part of Epicharis. See Nos. 1859, i860 and 2148. 

C. 28% by 18^ in., h. f. 4 in. This is very likely a ^duplicate. 
. Engraved' By W. van Senus. Acquired at the sale Borger Joosten, 1883. 

119&. Jacbba^ Vetter. Wife of the bookseller Pieter Meyer Warnars. 
Half length figure, turned to the left. See No. 1303. 

C. 29 by 23^4 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Miss G. Meyer Warnars, 1878. 

1199. Hendrik Bicker (1777 — 1834). Bust, turned towards the left. 
Companion to No. 1200. 

C. ov. 12 by 10 in., h. h. 4*4 in. Bequest Bicker, 188 1. 
Lent by the town- of Amsterdam. 

1200. Wilhelmina» Jacoba van Hoorn (—1853), wife of the former. 
Bust, turned towards the right. 

C. ov. 12 by 10 in., h. h. 414 in. Same source as No. 11 99. 

1201. Johan Fraser (1780— 1843). Seated, seen half length, turned 

towards the right. 
. C. 28%. by 25^1 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the back of the canvas: C. H. Hodges pinxit iSjji Presented 
by the heirs of the Dtfwager Baroness van Pallandt, born Fraser, 1892. 

1202. Maria-Antoinette-Charlotte Sanderson. Wife of the former. 
Seated, half length figure, turned towards the left. 

C. 28 1 4" by 24 in., nat. size. Signed at the back of the canvas: C. h. 
Hodges pinxit i8jj. Same source as No. 1 201. 

1203. C Eduard Fraser. Lieutenant of Dragoons. Half length figure, 
nearly full face. 

C. 28V 4 by 24*4 in. Signed at the back of the canvas: C. H Hodges pinxit 1834. 

HOET (Gerard), born at Zalt-Bommel 22 Aug. 1648, died 2 Decem- 
ber 1733, at tne Hague, where he had settled since 1714*. Was 
a pupil of Warner van Rijsen. Founded the Drawing Academy 
at Utrecht in 1697. E - M. 

1204. An idyllic scene. A landscape with ruins on the top of a hill. 
Companion to the following No. 

O. 14 by 18 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed to the left on a stone : Q:Ho€&* 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 



HOET. 161 

1205. An idyllic scene. A landscape with a ruined castle in the foreground. 

O. 14 by 18 in., h. h. 4 in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: G- Ho«fr 

Same source as No. 1 204. 

1206. Marriage of Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia, with 
Roxana of Bacteriane. 

O. 12% by 1614 in., h. f. 6^ in. 

Signed to the left, on the first step: G'Vlo*"* • 

Same source as No. 1204. 

1207. Hommage rendered to Alexander the Great. The ceremony 
takes place in front of a temple. 

O. 12^ by 16^ in., h. f. 4% in. Signed to the left, on the step: G. Hoet. 
Same source as No. 1204. 

1208. A family group, representing a nobleman wearing his cuirass, 
his wife and three children. 

COP. ov. 4^ by 3% in., h. h. 1 in. In a gilt frame 
elaborately carved. Signed to the right: CMo«t 

Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

HOEVENAAR (Willem Pieter), was born at Utrecht 16 March 
1808 and died there 31 October 1863. Was a pupil of C. van 
Geelen and of P. C. Wonder. E, 

1208a. The "Slypsteenen" at Amsterdam. 

C. 25 by 21% in., h. f. 3 in. Signed at the bottom, to the right: W. 
Hoevenaar i8js» Lent by the Royal Archeological Society, 1885. 

HOGERS (Jacob), baptized 16 January 161 4, at Deventer. 

1209. Meeting between Esau and Jacob. The scene is laid near 
some ruins, in a mountainous landscape filled with numerous 
figures of men and animals. / 

C. 63 in. by 2 yds 1814 in., [ C S*~~ 

h. f. 31% in. Signed at the tj\0(\CTQ I ft ? K 
bottom towards the centre : — / c2p I *^ ^y y 

Bought at a sale held at Am- v_-^ 

sterdam in 1888. Presented by Mr. A. J. Enschede\ of Harlem, 1889. 

HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER (Hans), born at Augsburg in 1497, 
died in October or November 1543 in London, where he had 
settled since 1526. Was a pupil of his father, Hans Holbein the 
Elder. In 15 15 he was at Basle. Lived in that town from 1528 
to 1532 and afterwards again in 1538. While in England, he was 
Court painter to Henry VIII. W. 

1210. Portrait of a young man, holding in one hand a glove and 

a book in the other. Probably a copy or imitation. 

O. 16^ by 12^ in., h. h. 4^ in. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809, 

where it was catalogued under the title of: Portrait of Robert Sidney. 

HOLLANDER Cz. (Hendrik), born at Leeuwarden 7 Aug. 1823, died 
at Amsterdam 1 June 1 884. Pupil of J. W. and Nic. Pieneman. Z. 

1211. Portrait of the painter himself. Bust. 

Pap. ioifo by 8^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : H, H. cz. 1876. 
Purchased from Mrs. H. Hollander, born Krebs, 1889. 

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HOLSTEIJN (Cornells), born at Harlem in 1618, buried at Amster- 
dam 2 December 1658. Worked in both these towns. JE. 

1212. Distribution of peat to 
the poor; an allegorical t. r w r • • 
composition (1657). 

C. 2 yds 31 in. by 62 in. Signed : ] 

Painted for the "Oude Zijds 

Huiszittenhuis". 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HONDECOETER (Gilles Claesz. d'), born at Antwerp (?), died at 
Amsterdam in September 1638. First lived at Delft, then at 
Utrecht and ultimately, from 16 10, at Amsterdam. 

1213. A wooded landscape, with a village near a stream ; in the 
foreground a sportsman aiming at a waterfowl. 

O. 16 by 28% in., h. f. 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : • \j • flj-f • 

Bought at the sale Fedor Zschille, Cologne 1889. 

1214. A rocky landscape, with deer in a thicket of trees and brush- 
wood. 

O. 7% by io^!| in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 'G*!W. 

Bequeathed by D. Franken Dz., 1898. 1 <L*^o, 

HONDECOETER (Gijsbert Gillesz. d f ), born in 1604 probably 

at Utrecht, where he was buried 29 Aug. 1653. Pupil of his 

father Gilles, he lived first at Amsterdam and settled later at 

Utrecht, where he can be traced until 1632. /?* VFTpXfl 

1215. Waterfowl. Geese, ducks and a heron. «^J?°J|jBnl ° 

O. 23^ by 41 iu. 

Signed in the foreground, to the left: t f £T 1. 

Acquired at the sale Snouck van Loosen, Enkhuizen 1 886. ^ 

1216. Landscape. In the distance on the right a castle on the top of 
a hill ; in the foreground broken ^-^ / 
rocks covered with high trees. _. ^ ^^T ^ * Li 

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The scene is enlivened by Qj •^j$W$tC0 tftl* 
figures of men and animals. 

C. 36^ by 45^4 in., h. f. 4 in. 
Signed at the top to the right: 
Purchased at the sale W. Gruyter, Amsterdam 1882. 

HONDECOETER (Melchior d'), born at Utrecht in 1636, died at 
Amsterdam 3 April 1695. Studied under his father, Gijsbert 
d'Hondecoeter and his uncle, Jan Baptist Weenix. Worked from 
1659 to 1663 at the Hague and afterwards at Amsterdam. 

1217. Dead birds near some 
architectural 
C. 19^ by 

Signed on the curve of a 
bracket. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1218. Animals and plants. Mushrooms, 
birds and insects at the foot of a tree. 

C. 26 by 20^4 in., nat. size. 
Signed on the trunk of a tree: 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 





•ds near some ^ / ^ 

;sW } howl cot r< 

09. 



HONDECOETER. 163 



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1219. The philosophical magpie, perched on the trunk of a felled 
tree. In the foreground, a few large dead birds, some lying on 
the ground, others hanging from the trees. 
C. 2 yds 12% in. by 52,^ in., nat. size. 
Signed on a cage: 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1220. The country-house. Close to a balustrade in the foreground, 
a dead hare and some feathered game : in the distance a peacock 
strutting along. 

C. 2 yds 12^ in. by 52^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1219. 

1221. The duck pond. Ducks swimming in a pond at the foot of a 
rocky ledge; a white pigeon is flying towards them. A river in 
the far distance. 

C. 3 6 % by 45^ in., nat. 

size. Signed in the centre 

on a rock: 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1222. The frightened hen. On the outskirts of a wood a hen, 
surrounded by her chickens, is being chased by peacocks. A 
summer-house is seen m % «v y 
the background. ~M.0M017VCC0 C *'Cr 



JVLu Hotil)cKoetcr- 



C. 46% by 56^ in., nat. size. 

Signed on a rock in the centre: 

Sales of Mrs. Lormier, the Hague 1763 

and of Joh. Tan der Marck, 1773. 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1808. 



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1223. The menagerie. On a terrace enclosed by a balustrade, are 
grouped various kinds of birds; parrots and paroquets are 
perched on a tree and a stone vase. Small monkeys are gamboling 
on a oriental carpet. ^^ 

site. Signed towards the ^^y^L D 1% Q'i V ^CO^ * (**• 

centre, under the vase: 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1224. The floating feather. In the foreground several ducks in a 
pool of water; a little farther away some exotic birds, the most 
prominent of which is a white pelican. 

C. 62^ by 56^ in., Cv 

nat. size. Signed in kJK JL * > ^**\ / 

*\h c r£,r the edge ~s*i' D'/itmotcoetet' 

Same source as No. 1223. 

1225. Dead game. By the side of a shot hare and some dead birds' 
a gun and other sporting implements. 

nat. size. Signed at J/? 'J) jhffftd & CfCf'CS', 

the bottom to the right : ^-^ ** 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 1813. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van 

de PoH, 1880. 



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HONDECOETER. 



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1226 Birds. Perched on a balustrade occupying the whole length of 
the foregrpund, are a parrot and. a hen with her brood. 

C. 20 by 64^ in., nat. size. a j t^ ^ 

1227. A study of birds. Landscape scenery with a turkey jn the 
foreground, near a colonnade; in the middle distance a white 
hen with her chickens and two peacocks. 

C. 52^ by 68% in., nat. 

size. Signed to the left, 

on a column : 

Acquired from H. Brond- 

geest in 1834. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1228. The poultry-yard. About' the centre a crowing cock surrounded 
by hens and chickens. */\ , + \ % * 

C- 36% by 43* in., ^JWJ) HOlUC-tVCrt/* 

size. Signed on the wall, «^;«.*- ^^ **- w 

at the top to the right : Presented by the children of Mr. C. P. van Eeghen 
to the town of Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum since 1895. 

HONDIUS (Abraham), was born at Rotterdam about 1625, and, 
according to Walpole, died in 1695 in • London, where he had 
settled since 1666. Was principally a painter of animals. (From 
intelligence supplied by Mr. Haverkorn van Rijsewijk, it appears 
that on 21 P'ebruary 1684 the widow of a certain Abraham de 
Hdndt was buried. If this Abraham is the same person as the 
painter, Walpole's information must be incorrect). E. 

1229. The annunciation of the shepherds. 

O. 3 1 14 by 25^ in., h. f. 9% in. Signed in the foreground on the left: 




_ O/TTl 

aft res 





Companion to the following No. Purchased at Bussum in 1900. 

1230. The adoration of the shepherds. 

O- 3*% hy 25 in., h. f. 9^ in. 

Signed on a partition: 

Same source as No.- 1229. S ^SI-? Jf\n/f(V3 

HONTHORST (Gerard van), was born at 
Utrecht 4 November 1590 and died in 
that town 27 April 1656. Studied there 
under Abraham Bloemaert and afterwards 
went to Italy where he came under the 
influence of Caravaggio. From 1637 to 
1652 he principally resided at the Hague, 
where" he was employed by the princes of Orange, E. 




1239- Gerard van Honthorst. 



1249. P. de Hoogh. 



HONTHORST. 165. 




overea wun ciotn, a mu 
half emptied and i 



1231. Portrait of the painter, seen to the knees, facing the spectator. 
He is seated at a table, in a chair 

covered with red cloth, busy *£* 9 a q • j 

drawing a portrait. t €(\ A luff 

C. 46 by 37% in., nat size. * ** 

Signed on the table cloth: jS*m A ^If/fr K^ 

Companion to the following No. f V ~ - 1 J |' WT » W^ 
Acquired in 1888. 

1232. Sophia Coopmans. Wife of Gerard Hondhorst, seen to the 
knees, seated at a table, in a chair, covered with cloth, a little 
dog in her lap. 

C. 46 by 37^ in., nat. size. Dated in the 
background to the left : ALt. J4 * n d signed : 
Same source as No. 1231. 

1233. The happy musician, in a gaudy 
dress, holding in one hand a glass half emptied and in the 
other a fiddle. 

C 42% by 35 in., 
nat. size. Signed 

S.^Sf of T1rmfho?BT • /r • y & * 3 

This picture was 

in 1 76 1 in the possession of Johan Georg Eimbke at Berlin. Sales M. E. 
Sluipwijk, Countess of Moens, Amsterdam 1803 and "Huis met de Hoofden", 
16 July 18 1 9. Bought from Mr. C. Josi, Amsterdam 1824. 

1234. Prince William II (?) (1626— 1650). ^ ,/ 

Bust, turned towards the right. /(,-> o I ., 

O. 2914 by 23^ in., nat. size. ^WrtWfr HOT 5T. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : j/U ^ ■ » B V U w ' ^ ^ 

On the back of the panel is marked: No. 12. J/ /fT /f\ lf\_ 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. I (y)fl ^f 

1235. Family group of Prince Frede- / J 
rick-Henry, his consort Amalia van Solms and his three 
youngest daughters : Albertina- Agnes, (1634 — 1687); Henriette- 
Catharina, (1637 — 1708); Mary, (1642 — 1688). Full length figures, 
standing. 

- C. 2 yds 34^ in. by 3 yds 31^ in., nat. size. 
From the store-room in the Mauritshuis, 1876. 

1236. Frederick William, elector of Brandenburg (1620-1688) and 
his consort Louise-Henriette of Orange-Nassau(i627-i667), 
daughter of Prince Frederick-Henry. Full length figures, standing. 

C. 3 yds \o\ in. by 2 yds 4^4 in., nat. size. Signed in the background 

to the right: **- 

Engraved(inpart) (\\ / f * S* jt ^w 

Kn^ 27io*t horst fe j M y 

No. 1235. 

1237. Prince William II and his consort Mary 
Stuart. Full length figures, standing. ^7~ l/Trvf hrt*.ri 

C. 3 yds 16% in. by 2 yds 4% in., nat. size. Signed in J 11/"* 1 1 1/TbT- 

the background to the lef L Engraved (in part) by * . £ A ^ 

Corn. Visscher. Same source as No. 1235. * ' * 



fw/i 



1 66 HONTHORST. 



1238. Prince Frederick-Henry (1584— 1647), in armour. Seen to the 
knees, turned towards the right 

nat. size. Signed at 
the bottom to the 
right Engraved by 
C. Visscher and J. 
Suyderhoef. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1239. Amalia van Solms (1602 — 1675). Wife of Prince Frederick- 
Henry. Seen to the knees, turned 
towards the left 

C 49% by 40% in., nat size. 



HHontfc>r»t. / 6 So 

m, the Hague 1808. 

;). Wife of Prince Frederick 

^crtrf horsf . 



Signed at the bottom to the right: M ^ *» 

Houbraken. Same source as No. 1238. -X 



Engraved by C. Visscher and J. 



1240. Amalia van Solms. Bust, the face turned towards the left* 

O. 29^4 by 23^ in., nat size. On the back of the panel, the number : 77* 
Same source as No. 1238. 

1241. Louise Christina van Solms, second wife of Joan Wolfert 
van Brederode and sister of Amalia van Solms. (Attributed to 
this painter). Bust, turned towards the left 

Q. 29^4 by 23^ in., nat size. The back of the panel bears the No. 18. 
Same source as No. 1238. 

1242. Prince Frederick-Henry. Bust. (Copy). 

O. 11^ by 9^ in., h. h. 5% in. With the inscription: Frederick Hendrick 
van Orangien, Aetatis 64. Obij in den Haagh A° 1647. 
Originally in the castle of Honselaarsdijk. See No. 2008. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1243. Prince William II. Bust. (Copy). 

O. 11% by 9% in., h. h, 5^ in. With the inscription: Wilhelm van 
Orangien % Aetatis 2J Obijt in den Haagh A° f6jo. Same source as No. 1242. 

1244. Prince William III as a child. Bust. (Copy). 

O. 11% by 10 in,, h. h. 5 in. With the inscription: Prins Wilhelm 
Hendrick van Orangitn, Natus in den Haagh 14 Novembris A° 1650. 
Same source as No. 1242. 

HONTHORST (Willem or Guilliam van), was born in 1604 at 
Utrecht, where he was buried 19 February 1666. A pupil of 
Abraham Bloemaert and of his brother Gerard. 

1245. Prince William II, seen to the knees, turned towards the left. 

C- 44 by 34% in., nat. 

size. Signed at the 

bottom to the right: 

Engraved by P. Tanje, ~J \ Qft\ 

J. Houbraken and J. C. 

Philips. See No. 1237. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1246. Portraits of the princes William I, Maurice, Frederick- 
Henry, William II and William III. Full length figures. 

C. 2 yds 18% in. by 2 yds 4 in., nat. size. In 1700 this picture still occupied 




t(lor$t>jcj66/ 



HONTHORST. 167 



the space above the mantel piece in the north-eastern room or the ground- 
floor of the Mauritshuis. It was sold in the XVIII century, together with 
other pictures. Purchased at the sale Schiffer van Bleiswijk, the Hague 1875. 

HOOCH (Charles de), lived first at Harlem, settled towards 1628 

at Utrecht, where he died 2* July 1638. E. 
1247* Landscape. A piece of broken ground with, on the left, a 

small waterfall, to the right a sturdy spreading oak and in the 

distance the ruins 

of a castle. / lis 

i Tlofti ?£• ChacrAs- j>hootk-'( 17 

right, towards the 

centre : 

Lent since 1899 by Mrs. M. Zubli— van den Berch van Heematede, and 

bequeathed by her after her death to the Museum. She died 1905. 

HOOCH. (Pieter de) or HOQGH, born at Rotterdam in 1630, died 
at Amsterdam probably shortly after 1677. Son of Charles de 
Hooch. Worked at Delft from 1655 to 1656 and before^ 1668 
settled at Amsterdam. 

1248. The pantry, A woman* is handing a jug to. a little girl. Both 
figures are standing. ** a-* *r 

C. 26«k by 23 in., h. f. 13 in. Signed [J- U ' • 1% •• 

at the bottom to the left. Engraved by 

J. A. Boland and W. linger. Lithographed by A. G. Cramer Nz. Sales Pieter 

van der Lip, Amsterdam 17 12; J. Walraven, Amsterdam 1 765 ; J. de Bruin, 

1798; P. de Smeth, Amsterdam 1810 and Mrs. Hogguer, Amsterdam 181 7. 

1249. Interior. In the entrance hall of a house a young lady is 
seated with a little dog in her lap; a servant is approaching her 
with a letter in his hand. In the foreground is another dog. 
Through the open door a child is seen standing on a raised' 



k 



V^~ step of the house, and beyond, the " Kloveniersburgwal" in 



bright sunlight. 
C. 26^ by 2314 

h. f. 15 in. Signed 

in the centre on 

window ledge : 

Sale J. Caudri, Amsterdam 1809. Acquired by Dupre\ Van der Hoop 

collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1250. Morning toilet. Seated by the side of a press-bed in a room 
paved with red' tiles, a woman is cleaning her child's head. 



£ JD-pflOOcflfj 6jO 



v JH. on O. 20^1 by 24 in*, h.' f. seated, %\ in. 
VThe 



il: /*"N /) 



authenticity of the signature is doubtful: 
\ Engraved by C. L. van Kesteren. Sales 
Braamcamp, 1771; J. L. van der Dussen, 
1774 and J. J. de Faesch, 1833. Van der 
Hoop collection. Lent by the town 
Amsterdam since 1885. 

1261. The small country house. In front of a house a lady and 
gentleman are seated at a little table, the lady squeezing the juice 
of a lemon in a full glass. Behind her a woman is seen carrying 



1 68 HOOCH. 



fapcti/lrakn -fa' 1 *, 6 3 



a glass of beer and, still farther in the distance a girl cleaning 

pots and pans. 

C. 24 by 18^ in., h. f.6^in. Signed to the left on the seat : jP.D H0 OGJ 
Taken to England by Chaplin. Sale O'Neil, 1832. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1252. Mother's joy. A woman is seated with a baby in her lap, in 
the centre of a room near a cradle; a, 'servant-maid is busy 
x - sweeping the floor. 

V y/ 0.^14% by i6£ in., h. f. 614 in. p Q HOOCK ' 

"■*'>. Signed at the bottom to the left: 

4 Sales Loquet, 1783; Jurriaans, 181 7; G. Schimmelpenninck Gz., 1 819 and 
at Amsterdam, 14 May 1832. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HOOGSTRATEN (Dirck van), born at Antwerp in 1595, died 
20 December 1640, at Dordrecht, where he worked as also at 
the Hague. Began life as goldsmith and engraver. Visited Germany 
and Italy. B-E. 

1254. Mary and her mother Anne with the holy child. 

O. 28^ by 22 in., y-^ *# 

h. h. 4 in. Signed *-^ - 

on a chaifc; y 

From *the., castle 

"Wiarda State". 

Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1889. 

HOOGSTRATEN (Samuel van), was born at Dordrecht 2 August 
1627 and died there 19 October 1678. Was <a pupil of his father, 
Dirck van Hoogstraten, and of Rembrandt. Visited Italy and 
resided in Vienna, London and the Hague. Was a writer on art. E. 

1255. Mattheus van den Broucke (1620— 1685). Adviser to the E. I. 
Company. Seen to the knees, full face, holding a walking-stick in his 
right hand ;. in. the distance a sea piece. ^^ m *m 

C 5 6 by 43^4 i^, nat size. X^ ~ m \ 1 

Signed to* the right, on a balustrade: ^j ^\f 1 1 

Formerly belonging to the family Hoeufft. ^^ ^ ▼ % Jk *» # 
Purchased in 1857. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

1256. The sick lady. By her side is the doctor holding up to the 
light a bottle containing a liquid. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Bought at the sale Faesch in 1833. 

v Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HOREMANS THE iTOUNGER (Jan Joseph), was born at Antwerp, 

15 January 1714, where he still resided in 1790. Pupil of his father. 
1257< A new tune. A large party of guests taking tea. The mistress 

of the house is playing the spinet. 

O, 23^ by 3014 

Signed at the 

Acquired at 

(17—18 April 1894). 




— -- *^*s^ yvm-j vj. 5UVDW (.aiviug ica, x lie llliailCSd 

i is playing the spinet. ^-r>^ y S 

ril 18Q4). n -> / 



HOREMANS. 169 



1258. A merry party, seated round the hearth in a homely interior. 

C. 15% by 12% in., h. f. 8%. in. *yr 

Signed at the botttfm to the left: ( l/hJ r^ttni^rin 9 

Purchased at the sale Roos & Co., 1900. CJ/T /VUfCllllX^tJ 

HORSTOK (Johannes Petrus /van), born at Overveen 1 April 
1745, died at Harlem 20 March 1825. Studied under T. H. 
Jelgersma and P. Barbiers, at Amsterdam. Painted first at Alkmaar, 
later at Harlem. 

1258a. A country inn. .View of the public room. The most prominant 
figure is a sportsman having returned from the chase, seated in 
the centre of the place crowded with people. 

C. 25 by 31 in., h. f. 6^ in. Signed to the left on a door : Horstok 1796, 
Bought at the exhibition of pictures held in 1809 (?). 

HOUBRAKEN (Arnold), born at Dordrecht, 28 March 1660; died 
at Amsterdam, 14 October 1719. Pupil of Samuel van Hoog- 
straten. Has written on art. E - M. 

1259. A painter's studio. The artist is seated at his easel drawing 
the figure of a- naked woman from a model. Two friends are 
bending over him to examine his work. (Copy). 

O. 1114 by 7% in., h. f. 6% in. % . .' 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ./Jy Mo UD rake PtUXlt 

Acquired at a sale in 1841. ' 

This picture is probably a painting after the print of Nic. Verkolje, with 

slight alterations. Van der Hoop collection* 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

HOUCKGEEST (Gerrit), born about 1600, worked alternately at 
the Hague and at Delft, where he has been traced until 1653. E. 

1260. Interior of the Old-Church at Delft. In the foreground a 
large green curtain drawn aside. 

\ ^— °; *9ft by i6V 4 in., h. f. 4 in. C2£N?S^ xfc 5 * 

\jf Signed at the bottom in the centre: 

<\ From the sale Messchert van Vollenhoven, Amsterdam T892. 
Bought from the Rembrandt Society in June 1892. 

HOVE (Bartholomeus Johannes van), born at the Hague, 
28 October 1790; died in that town 8 November 1880. Was a 
pupil of Johannes Hendricus Adrianus Albertus Breckenheymer. Z. 

1261. View of a town. A gothic church with a high spire, by the 
side of a canal. 

C. 26% by 33 in., h. f. 2^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: B. van 
Hove 1827. From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", at Harlem. 

1262. View of the "Mauritshuis" at the Hague. 

O. 24^ by 2&\ in. Signed on a partition: B. van Hove 1825.' 
Same source as No. 1261. 

HUCHTENBURGH (Johan van), born at Harlem in 1646, died 
at Amsterdam in 1733. Studied under Thomas Wijck, at Harlem, 
and Anton Frans van der Meulen, at Paris. Resided alternately 
at Amsterdam and the Hague; visited Italy. E-M. 



170 HUCHTENBURGH. 



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3»fc in-, ., 

led to the /*~f /> /O w 



1268. A .cavalry charge on broken ground. 

C. 23% by 29% in., h. f. 

on horseback, 2*k in. Signed 

at the bottom to the right, 

towards the centre: 

Purchased in 1806. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1364. The battle of the Boyne, 
11 July 1690. 

C 43& by 66% in-i n - f* on 

horseback, 15^ in. Signed at 

the bottom, towards the centre: 

From the National Museum, the , — r r* 

Hague 1808. v-X 

HUE (Lambertus d'), born in 1623, worked at the Hague but 
principally at Amsterdam, where he was burred ^February 1681. 

1966. Margaretha Munter (1639— 171 1). Wife of Jacobus Trip. 
Seen to the knees, turned towards the left. 

C 43^1 by 3&>k in., 
nat. size. Signed to the 
left on a balustrade 
Presented by 
K. van de Poll, 1885. 

HULST (Frans de), born in the beginning of the XVII century at 
Harlem, where he died 29 December 1661. Belonged to the 
civic guard in 1630. 

1266. View of the Valkenhof at Nrmeguen. A ferry-boat is 
crossing the river carrying several passengers. 

O. \\\ by 23^ in. Signed to the left 

on the boat : f 9 £J % "J-f VL ST • 

Presented by Mr. S. J. Hingst to the Royal 

Archeological Society, which has lent it to the Museum since 1889. 

HULST (Jan Baptist van der), born at Louvain in 1790, died at 
the Hague in 1862. Pupil of J. G. Geedts. 

1267. William I, King of the Netherlands (1772— 1843). Bust. 

C. 29% by 24% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: v. d. Hutst iSjj. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1266. Wilhelmina, princess of Prussia, queen of the Nether- 
lands (1774 — 1837); Wife of King William I. Bust. 

C. 29% by 24% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: % d.Hulst 1833. Same source as No. 1267. 

1269. Count Adam-Francis- Jules- Armand van der Duyn van 
Maasdam (1 771 — 1848). Seen to the knees. 

C. 47*^ by 37 in., nat. size. Signed on the left : J. B.van tier Ilulst 1839 ft. 
Bequeathed by Baron F. M. van der Duyn van Maasdam in 1887. 

HULSWIT (Jan), born at Nieuwer-Amstel, 11 April 1766; died at 
Amsterdam, 8 Aug. 1822. Was a pupil of Pieter Barbiei s Pzn. E. 

1270. Landscape in "Gooiland", seen under a threatening sky. 

O. 12^4 by 17% in. Signed in the foreground to the left: y. H. 1807. 
Acquired at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1820. 



HULSWIT. 



171 



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1271. The gate of a town. View on the remparts. 

O. n by 14% in. Signed to the right: J, Hulswit i8oy. 
From the pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem. 

HUMBERT (Jan), was born at Amsterdam, where he died in 1794. 
Worked at the Hague until 1792. - . . /* . 

1272. Mr. Adr. Du Bois. Director of the H \Jff1 UQVi jeClf 
E. I. Company, chamber of commerce 
of Rotterdam, 1742. 

C. ov. 32^ by 26^ in., nat. size. 
Signed to the right: 

From the Company's Offices, Rotterdam. See No. 2666. 

HUMBERT DE SUPER VILLE (David-Pierre), born at the Hague, 
18 July 1770, died at Leyden, 9 January 1849. Was one of the 
first to practise the art of lithography in the Netherlands. Author 
of several works on art. E - L. 

1273. Johan Melchior Kemper (1776— 1824). Lawyer and Statesman. 
Whole length figure, seen full face. 

O. 15 by nife in., h. f. io£ in. Dated: Nov. MDCCCXIII. 
Presented by the heirs of Jonkvr. Elisabeth Kemper, 1871. 

HUIJSUM (Jan van), was born 15 April 1682 at Amsterdam, died 
there 7 February 1749. Pupil of his father, Justus van Huijsum. 

1274. Flowers and fruit. A bouquet of light coloured roses, tulips 
and other flowers arranged in a vase ornamented with infantine 
figures. By the side of the vase, some peaches and grapes. 

O. 32 by 24 in. Signed to the left : 




^u/m 



, f&U 






From Mrs. Messchert van Vollen- 

hoven, born van Lennep, Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1892. 

1275. A Fruit piece. A melon cut in two, some white grapes, a split 
pomegranate, peaches and plums. 
COP. 20 by 16^4 in., real size. Signed to the left: 




■fUA??, 



Bought at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 



1 7 2 



HUIJSUM. 



ifu/m 



1276. A study of flowers. A magnificent bunch of flowers in a brown 
jar adorned with a bas-relief representing the youth of Bacchus. 
By its side, 
a bird's nest, 
with eggs and 
some" loose 
flowers. 

0. 32 by 24 in., real size. Signed 
at* the bottom to the left: 

Sale Joh. van Schuylenburg, 

the Hague 1735. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1277. A vase with flowers. Various kinds of flowers, especially 
lilies, in a jar embellished with the figure of a woman holding 
a lily in her hand and the verse of the Bible: 




" Consider the lilies of I he field. 
I say unto you that even Salo- 
mon in all his glory was not 
arrayed as one of these". 




a/n 



»aanmerk de lelien des velds, 
Salomo in al zijn heerlijkheid 
. is niet bekleed - geweesi gelijk 
een van deze«. 

C.3i^by2 4 ^in., ^^ P^^T/cD f) 

Bought at the O^CJ 

sale C. J. Nieuwenhuys, 1850. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1278. Fruits and flowers. 

On an ogee, various 
kinds of fruit, among 
which a melon cut in 
two; a vase with flowers is standing near. 

O. 22*4 by 20% in., real size. Signed to the left: 
Same source as No. 1 277. 

1279. An arcadian landscape. An ancient town surrounded by rocks 
and trees ; in the background, 
mountains and the sea. 

COP. 22% by 26«k in., h. f. 2 in _ 

Signed on a rock: ^^SCWl VCl/n 

From the Cabinet van Hete- fecct 

ren, 1809. " J 

1280. Before the offering. In the foreground of a landscape with 
temples and other buildings, shepherds and shepherdesses are 
engaged in decorating an altar with garlands of flowery. 

COP. 22% by 26% 'in., h. f. 2% in. Signed at. the bottom to the left: 




Vert 







'ju/m 



(jrcurt 




iScvm 



1 4tcbt. 






Same source as No. 1279. 



isaacsz:. i 7 $ 



ISAACSZ. (Isaac), born in 1599 at Amsterdam, where he died after 
1648. Was a pupil of his father, Pieter Isaacsz. His name was 
on the list of the members of the "St. Luke's Guild " of Antwerp 
from 1622 to 1623. Spent some time in Denmark. 

1281. Abimelech, king of Gerar, restoring Sarah to Abraham. 

C. 38% by 5i%jn.,^h. f. 19 in. Signed in the foreground to the right: 

Formerly in the collection Werner Dahl of Dusseldorf. Presented by 
Mr. A. Bredius, 1885. 

ISAACSZ. (Pieter), born at Elseneur, of Dutch parents who had come 
from Harlem; died at Elseneur in 1625. Studied under Corn. Ketel, 
at Amsterdam and Hans van Aken, at Munich. Worked alternately 
at Amsterdam and in Denmark, where he was Court painter. 

1282. The company of Captain Jacob Gerritsz. Hoynck and of 
Lieutenant Wybrand Appelman in 1596. A group of 22 
figures placed in one line and seen to the knees. In the back- 
ground a building in the renaissance style. 

C. 6714 in. by 5 yds 8 in., nat. size. Dated at the bottom, on a pillar: isg6. 
From the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1283. The company of Captain Giles Jansz. Valckenier and of 
Lieutenant Pieter Jacobsz. Bas in 1599. The 23 members 
of the civic guard are at dinner ; some have risen from table 
and those in the foreground are facing the spectator. Whole 
length figures. 

C 2 yds 7 in. by £ yds 18 in., nat. size. Dated on a pillar: 1599. 
From the "Doelen" of the Cross-bowmen. Same source as No. 1282. 

1284. A women riot in Rome. The tumult is caused by the announce- 
ment made by the young Papirius that in future each citizen 
shall be required to keep two wives. 

COP. 16% by 24% in., h. f. 3^ in. Mentioned by van Mander. 

From the collection Gijsb. de Clercq. Bought from Fred. Muller & Co., 1898. 

ISRAELS (Jozef), born at Groningen, 27 January 1824; is living 
at present at the Hague. Was a pupil of J. A. Kruseman and 
has studied some time in Paris under the direction of Fr. Ed. 
Picot. E-L. 

1285. Alone in the world. Interior of a poor fisherman's cottage. An old 
woman is sobbing hear the bed on which her husband is lying dead. 

C 35% by 54^ in., h. f. seated, 14^ in. Signed in the foreground, to 
the left: Jozef Israels. Purchased at the Paris International Exhibition, 1878. 

1286. H, Helweg. Bust in profile, turned towards the left, wearing a cap. 

C. 30 by 23^ in., nat. size. Signed: Israels Amsterdam. 
•Lent by the heirs of Mr. H. Helweg, since 1897. 

1287. Louis- Jacques Veltman (18 18 — ). Actor. Bust, turned 
towards the left, the face seen three quarters. 

C. 32^ by 24% in., nat. size. Signed: Jozef Israels. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1893. 



174 ISRAELS. 

1287a. Madame Sinkel, born ten Brink. Bust. The face, seen three 
quarters, is turned towards the left. 

C. xglf by 25 in., nat. size. Signed to the right in the background: Israels. 
Signed anew by the painter, on io ,h March 1904.: Josef Israels iSjo. 
Lent by Mr. Simon Maris, 1904. 

JACOBSZ. (Dirck), supposed to have been born towards the end 
of the XV century (1495?) at Amsterdam, where he was buried 
9 September 1567. A pupil of his father, Jacob Cornelisz. van 
Oostsanen. 

1288. A party of civic guards seen in three parts. The central 
panel contains 17 figures, on each of the side panels there are 7, 
painted half length, facing the spectator. Almostall are represented 
making some gesture with the hand. 

Central panel: O. 48 in. by 3 yds 26 in., h. h. 6 in. Dated: 

:ano dni j 5 ■? ? d ^ 1 

The side panels (O. 47% by 30^4 in.) are from a later date. From ihe 
" Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. I,ent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1289. A group of civic guards com- 

posed of 12 figures, 1563. L "D <o\ 1 

Half length figures, facing the U 

spectator; landscape background. VREtDE ■ EFLINDRATlCHEiDT 

O. 36% by 70% in., nat. size. Signed: M l,a(PL|T. fTnna 
The second half of this painting is JSMl/W-rl i • UUUS 

w^TSo^ST™' MAIESTEID tftfi 

1290. A banquet of the civic guard with 8 figures. Painted half 
length in two rows, the one standing above the other; landscape 
background. (Attributed to this artist). 

t>. 37^4 by 49% in., nat. stie. Two of the figures in the second row are 
from another band and very probably the same holds for the landscape. 
From the "Doelen" of the Cross-bowmen. Same source as No. 1288. 

1291. Sixteen members of the civic guard belonging to com- 
pany B in 1556. Divided into two rows, the one of six, the 
other of ten figures. One of the heads is sketched in gray. 
Mountainous landscape background. (Attributed to this painter). 
O. 49% by 6914 in., nat. size. One of the men has a sheet 1 ' 
paper in his hand, with the following ni 
Signed : 



JJJO |||g§gi? 



been for- Ct A \~\ A 

merly ascribed ( f\ \ JPjJ _ 

the "Doelen" . 4 ~*T **T f\ \ r^^-~- ,- 

of the Arque- 



1292. Seventeen members of the civic guard belonging to the 
company F in 1557, divided into two groups: the figures of 
the first group are represented in the foreground round a table ; 



1288. Dirck Jacobs;. 



1309. L. de Jongb. 



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-.-.e AjTjuebosiers, 'lurii* a:.e'*JudN ui iho Muku iVuil MrtHtol Im \U* 
*. "»wti H.ill. Some -^'oixe -i> N \ uS^v 

gioup of twenty-one members of the civic guard 
longing to company B in 1559, Malt' length iIhuih» fnfifin^ 
ee rows, one above the other, lAtirihuUHt to thin (mIhI^m- 
56 by 66* 4 in., rtat. size. Paied: 
e of the men holds in hU hand a piece of 
per with the letter of the Company : 

Formerly ascribed lo Torn, 

Anthonisz. From the 

41 Doclen" of the Anpu> 

busier*, hung afteiwaitU 

on the landing lending to 

the Minor Court Mat 1 in I 

in the old Town Hull. 

Lent by the town of 

Amsterdam, xince 1HK5, 

r (Diederik Franciscus), wan lien 11 zpjdipnf) t'<:'< *. 
im, where he "died 6 January j H65. A \m\,.. »A 9' . f 
rayers for the dead. In a ihrath iXw.. rs -* y- * 
kneeling in prayer, 

. 40«2 by 55 in., h. t 22*| in. Signed a» tf.*r v, /,'*. .-. - .* «•- -'- - 
I' 4. Ijeothy Mr, J, H. W*u*rw#.id» H**>v. ;><'. 
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JACOBSZ. 175 



the others further in the distance, seen behind a parapet. (Attri- 
buted to this artist). 
O. 52^ by 66^[| in., nat. size. One of the party 



F 



holds a letter in his hand on which ^ ^- ^^ - ** jr ^'\jfli 



^ ■ ' **- ■ is written : ^*"^ *" -• 



Signed: w ^ 



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This painting was formerly ascribed to Corn. Anthonisz. From the " Doelen" 
of the Arquebusiers, hung afterwards in the Minor Court Martial in the 
old Town Hall. Same source as No. 1288. 

1293. A group of twenty-one members of the civic guard 
belonging to company B in 1559. Half length figures forming 
three rows, one above the other. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 56 by 66^4 in., nat. size. Dated: 

One of the men holds in his hand a piece of 

paper with the letter of the Company: 

Formerly ascribed to Corn. 

Anthonisz. From the 

"Doelen" of the Arque- 
busiers, hung afterwards 

on the landing leading to 

the Minor Court Martial 

in the old Town Hall. 

Lent by the town of 

Amsterdam, since 1885. 
JAMIN (Diederik Franciscus), was born 23 s January 1838 at Amster- 
dam, where he "died 6 January 1865. A pupil of P. F. Greive. 

1294. Prayers for the dead. In a death chamber a young woman 
is kneeling in prayer. 

C. 40% by 55 in., h. f. 22^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : D. F, Jamin 
1864. Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1888. 

JANSEN (P. or F.). Worked about the middle of the XVII century. 
(School of Harlem). 

1295. A guard's house. In a stable soldiers are playing at cards in 
company of a young woman. An officer is standing <r-» 

near watching the saddling of his horse. L 

O- l 3*k by *9 i n M h- f« 9% m « Signed on a case: X .l/\KlSTV\ 

Bought at Paris in 1899. 

JANSON, JANSSENS or JONSON VAN CEULEN (Cornelis), 

was born in London of Flemish parents, 14 October 1593. 
Painted in England, at Middelburg, the Hague, Amsterdam and 
Utrecht, where it is supposed he died in 1664. 

1296. Johan Pietersz. Reael (1625— 1659). Half f > or s Oaism • 
length figure, nearly full face; the right ^ y 
hand, wearing a richly embroidered glove, ^aji^irit • J^ r '^ 
is resting on his hip. 

C. 38% by 30% in., nat, size. Signed at the bottom f6 4 ** 

to the right. Purchased in 1900. 



i 7 6 JANSON VAN CEULEN. 

1296a. Adriaan van Blyenburgh. Comptroller of the Mint of Holland, 
Burgomaster of Dordrecht (1616 — 1675); *~) s ^ 
bust, the face slightly turned towards the / /* /**+,*§ 

right. In the light blue background his LOmCUUS ^OwOn 
coat of arms. See No. 1104a. n„ /7I.A_ 



Signed in the background to the left : 1. r * / 



C. 29 by 24 in., real size. 

Signed in the background 

Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. _ 

JANSON (Johannes), born in the island of \£f$ 

Ambona (Moluccas), 17 April 1729; died sT <T 

at Leyden, 1 Aug. 1784. E. J.JG/llSQfl 

1297. The castle of Heemstede. / m xy- 

C. 27^ by 35 in. Signed on a partition to the right : 7V t/()u 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. * * 

JANSON (Johannes Christiaan), born at Leyden in 1763, died at 
the Hague, 17 October 1823. Pupil of his father, Johannes Janson. iF. 

1298. A housewife cutting bread. 

M. 19 by 14 in., h. f. \o\ in. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1299. Gossiping. Two women in a homely furnished room; one is 
nursing her child. 

O. 24% by 18% in., h. f. 14 in. Signed on the chimney piece : 'J. C. Janson. 
From the Pavilion, Harlem 1885. 

JANSSENS VAN CEULEN. See Janson v. C, p. 175. 

JAPY (Louis-Aime), born at Berne (Doubs) about the middle of 
the XIX century. Was a pupil of Francois. 

1300. A landscape with a watermill. 

C. 2.2\ by 29% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Japy 74. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

JARDIN (Karel du Jardin). See Dujardin, p. no. 

JELGERHUIS (Johannes), born at Leeuwarden, 24 September 1770; 
died at Amsterdam, 6 October 1836. Was a pupil of Rienk 
Jelgerhuis and of Pieter Barbiers Pz. Since 1806 he was also 
an actor. E. 

1301. The laboratory of A. d'Ailly in 1818. View of the interior. 
Before 1799, tn * s laboratory was the workroom of the apothecary 
P. Schonk. 

C. 16^ by 20% in., h. t. $\ in. Signed to the right, on a beam in the 
ceiling : J. Jelgerhuis Rz. 181 8. Lent by the Committee of the Historical 
and Medico Pharmaceutical Museum, Amsterdam. 

1302. The laboratory of A. d'Ailly in 1818. Seen from another side. 

C. 16% by 20% in., h. f. 5% in. Signed on a beam : J. Jelgerhuis Rz. 1820. 
Companion to the preceding No. Same source as No. 1301. 

1303. The shop of the bookseller Pieter Meijer Warnars, on 
the "Vygendam" at Amsterdam. 

C. 1914 by 22^ in., h. f. 5 in. Signed at the top towards the centre: J. 
Jelgerhuis Rz. 1820. Bequeathed by Miss G. Meijer, Warnars, 1878. 



JELGERHUIS. 177 



1304. The "Leidsche Poort" (Leyden gate), at Amsterdam. 

O. 14^ by 17^ in. Signed to the left, on the tree : J. Jelgerhuis Rz, A, i8jj. 
From the pavilion " Welgelegen" at Harlem, 1885. 

1305. View of Delft. 

C. 13 by 14^ in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed to the left, on a wall : Jelgerhuis Rz. 1826, 
Purchased at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1828. 

1306. The lesser fishmarket at Amsterdam. 

C. 1 6*4 by 20 in., h. f. 2% in. Signed on the stone work of the bridge: 
Jelgerhuis Rz. 1826. From the pavilion " Welgelegen " at Harlem, 1885. 

JETTEL (Eugen), born at Johnsdorf in Moravia, 20 March 1845. 
Pupil of Albert Zimmermann at Vienna. 

1307. Where the river bends. Meadows on each side. 

M. 1 7^ by 3014 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : Eugene Jettel i8yo. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van 
Pallandt. 

JONG (Jurjen de), was born 7 October 1807 at Harlingen, where 
he died 7 May 1890. 

1308. J. D. B. Wilkens. Lieutenant-colonel of infantry in uniform. 

C. 26 by 22 in. Signed : J. de Jong pinx 1837. 

Presented by Mr. C. J. W. Wilkens of Amsterdam to the Dutch Museum. 

Placed in the East court. 

JONGH (Jan de). Worked at Harlem from about 1664 to 1670. 
Painted his own portrait. See No. 614. 

JONGH (Ludolf or Leuff de), born at Overschie in 161 6, died at 
Hillegersberg in 1697. A pupil of Corn. Saftleven, at Rotterdam; 
of Anth. Palamedesz., at Delft and of Jan van Bylert, at Utrecht. 

1309. Jan van Nes (1631- 
1680). Vice-admiral; 
seen to the knees, 

turned towards the / £x • I J J • f / OtL't 
right. As background, 
a sea piece. 

C. 44 by 35 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: I / Q s s s 

Acquired in 1800. From the National ^^^/I S ' A/A 
Museum, the Hague 1808. i^J/J . 1 000 // 

1310. Aletta van Ravensberg (1635— 1677). Wife of the former. Seen 
to the knees, turned towards the left. In the background a park. 

C. 44 by 35 in. -, 

Signed at the ^*""7 ^"^\ s\ /^ / ' / S% 

and: 1 V^l^7 r^C^tf 

Companion to ^- ^^^£^J <^/ \J^ 

NO. I3O9. \=z£^ 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1311. Family scene. In a well-furnished room, a woman is seen with 
a child on her knee, which is playing with a little girl seated 





178 JONGH. 



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on the floor; the father, from the other side of the table, tries 
to draw the child's attention to give it something. 

C. 28ft by 25 in., h. f. 

13^ in. Signed at the 

bottom to the right: 

Acquired at the sale J. M. 

de Boer in 1840 as a 

M. van Musscher. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1312. The fox hunt. A fox attacked by the dogs ; several sportsmen are 
engaged in finishing him whilst 
a lady and gentleman on horse- 
back are hurrying up to the spot. 

C. 22% by 28 in. Signed at the 

bottom to the left: 

The landscape has probably been 

brushed in by Joris van der Hagen. Purchased in 1900. 

JONGHE (Jan-Baptiste de), born at Courtray, 8 January 1785; died 
at Antwerp in 1844. Pupil of Balth. Paul Ommeganck. E. 

1313. Market day at Courtray. 

O- I 5^i by \2\ in. Signed in the foreground to the left : J, B. de Jonghe 1828. 
Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1828. 

JONGKIND (Johan Barthold), born at Latdorp, near Ootmarsum, 
3 June 1819; died at C6te-Saint-Andre* (Isere), 15 September 
1 89 1. Pupil of Andreas Schelfhout. Settled in Paris in 1845. E. 

1314. A mill on a streamlet. The mill stands out against the light 
of a clear evening. 

C. 16^ by 21^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Jongkind /8jf. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, of Harlem, since 1902. 

JORDAENS (Jacob), born 19 May 1593 at Antwerp, where he died 
19 October 1678. Pupil of Adam van Noort. E. 

1315. A satyr, seated at the foot of a tree, playing on a flute ; near 
by a goat and some sheep. A copy is in Hampton court. 

C 53*4 by 69^ in., nat. size. Engraved by S. Bolswert. 
Purchased at the sale S. J. Stinstra, 1822. 

1316. The coin found in the mouth of the fish. (Matth. XVII: 27). 

Close to the shore a 
boat full of people. 

C. 47 in. by 2 yds 5^ in. 

Signed to the right, on the 

steps of the landing place : 

An identical picture with life-size figures in the castle Finspong in Sweden. 

From the "Huiszittenhuis". Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1317. Marsyas ill-treated by the Muses. 

C 3o J 4 by 4714 in., h. f. 12 in. Sale van Swieten, the Hague 1731. 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

JOUVE (Auguste), born at Lyons towards the middle of the XIX 
century. Pupil of Courte and of Guichard. 

1318. Flowers in a dark-blue jar. 

C. 45^ by 25^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : A. jfouve. Presented 
by the Dowager Baroness R. van I.ynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 






KALDENBACH. 179 



KALDENBACH (Johan-Anthoni), baptized 22 January 1760 at 

Zutphen, where he died 29 April 1818. 
1319. The governors of the almshouse for old people. Their 

names are: Danker Jan de Kempenaer, Arnoldus van Rijneveld, 

George de Visscher, ;Mr. Jan Beeldsnijder. Full length figures, 

seated at a table. 



C. 2 yds 6^ in. by 
3 yds ny in., 
nat. size. Signed 
at the bottom to 
the left: 



M-X^^^ 



Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1896. " %J / KS / • 

KALFF (Willem), was born at Amsterdam in 1621 or 1622 and 
buried there 3 Aug. 1693. Was a pupil of Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot. 

1320. A study of still life. A chased silver vase, a china cup and 
a dish with oranges and lemons. 

C. 2814 by 25 in., real size. Engraved by W. Unger. An almost identical 
picture signed W. Kalfif is in the castle Sans-Souci and a small sketch of 
the same in the collection of Mr. Simon in Berlin. 
Bought at the sale A. J. Brandt in 1821. 

KAMPER (Godart), born at Dusseldorf in 161 4, died at Leyden in 
1679. In 1648 he became one of the first members of the 
"St. Luke's Guild" (painters' Guild), of Leyden. 

1321. Portrait of a lady. Half length figure, the face turned towards 
the left, the hands folded over 

each other. C\s> n r*i r^ ^ <+ f* 

O. 35 by 27V4 in., nat. size. V/<L G.TJ1 IJ% (' • fC » 
Dated at the top to the right : A No j / 

i6j6 sE. 60, Signed: ^J 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1884. 

1322. Family group of a married couple and their child, repre- 
sented in a landscape. The man in a Roman costume. Whole length 
figures, standing. 

S yt&ir m& G • k a mpa • Jt . i 6 gg . 

the bottom to the right : 

Lent by the town of Utrecht, since 1886. 

KAMPHUISEN (Jan), born at Amsterdam in 1760, was still 
living in 1840. Was a pupil of Johannes van Dregt and of 
Pieter Barbiers Sen. 

1323. Portrait of the artist by himself. Bust, the head covered 
with a cap. 

C 25% by 21^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: J. Kamp- 
kuisen Pt 1825. Bought at Amsterdam in 1895. 

KARSSEN (Kasparus), born at Amsterdam 2 April 1810, died at 
Bieberich 24 July 1896. Pupil of Pieter George Westenberg. Z. 

1324. View of the interior of the old Exchange, at Amsterdam. 

C. 3414. by 43 in., h. f. 914 in. Signed on the portfolio of a visitor, 
perhaps the artist himself: K. Karssen 1836. Bought from the painter in 1837. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



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KARSSEN. 



c/W^. 



KARSSEN (Kasparus) and SPRINGER (Cornells). Seep. 311. 

KATE (Herman Frederik Carel ten), born 16 February 1822 at 
the Hague, where he died 26 March 1891. Lived at Amsterdam 
from 1847 to 1869. Pupil of Corn. Kruseman. Z. 

1325. A guard's house of the XVII century. Soldiers chatting 
together while waiting to be called out. 

M. 25^ by 3614 in., h. f. 9^ in. Signed in the foreground to the 
right: Herman ten Kate ft. Acquired at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1867. 

KELLER (Johann Heinrich), born in 1 692 at Basle, interred 16 July 
1765 at the Hague, where he had lived since 1726. Was a pupil 
of his father, Jacob Keller, the sculptor. 

1326. The young musicians. Five 
children in a landscape playing 
on musical instruments. Intended 
for an overmantel. Painted in 
monochrome blueish gray. 

C. 2 yds by 49^ in., h. f. seated 22^4 in. 
Signed in the foreground to the right: 
From the store-room in the Mauritshuis, 1885. 
Placed in the store-room of the Museum. 

1326a. iEneas rescuing his father Anchises. f S 

C. 2 yds 24ft in. by 33 in., h. f. 33% in. 

Signed to the left, on the base of a column: 

From the store-room of the Mauritshuis, 1885. - «^ >*» ^ 

1326b. Venus and Vulcan. 

C. 2 yds 22 in. by 2 yds 8 in., h. f. 32 in. Signed to the left oi\ a 
stone : y. H. Keller 1733. Same source as the former. 

KESSEL (Jan van), was born 5 April 1626 at Antwerp and died 
there in 1679. Was a pupil of Simon de Vos and of Jan Brueghel II. 

1327. Fruits and insects. 

COP. 4*4 by 6 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom: f-v.kESSEL r 
Bought at the sale Borger Joosten, Amsterdam 1882. 

KESSEL (Johan van), was born in 1641 or 1642, at Amsterdam 
and was buried there 24 December 1680. 

1328. A bit of the forest. A closely wooded spot near a sandy road. 

C. 23 by 29 in., h.f. on horse- 
back 2 in. Signed at the 
bottom to the left: 
Sale E. M. Engelberts, Am- 
sterdam 181 7. 
Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. 

1329. Cascade close to some 
rocks and a tree broken 
by the wind. To the left, 
nearer to the foreground, 
a castle. 

C. 37 by 29^ in. Signed at 

the bottom to the right: 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. 

Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 



S7r$ 



/7S: 




nfasseC 



L. Dupper Wz M bequest, 1870. 




KETEL. 181 



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KETEL (Cornells), born at' Gouda, 18 March 1548 and buried at 
Amsterdam, 8 Aug. 16 16. A pupil of Anthony Blocklandt, at 
Delft. Visited France and London. Settled in 158 1 at Amsterdam. 

1330. The company of Captain Dirck Jacobsz. Rosecrans and 
of Lieutenant Pauw in 1588. The 13 full length figures, drawn 
in spirited and life-like postures, are repre- 
sented in front of a large building. r I I I 

C. 2 yds 10 in. by 4 yds 17% in., nat. size. | L ' L. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

The name (K)etel and the date (1)588 may be 

construed from the signature. From the "Doelen" 

of the Cross bowmen. Formerly in the large 

Hall of the Court Martial in the old Town-Hall. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1331. The company of Captain Dirck Jacobsz. Rosecrans and 
of Lieutenant Ruysch in 1584. A group of 26 figures seen 
half length. 

O. 49 in. by 2 yds 21^ in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the Arque- 
busiers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1332. Jacob Bas Claesz. (1536 — 1589). Burgomaster of Amsterdam. 
Seen to the shoulders, the face turned towards the right. (Ascribed 
to this painter). 

O. 19 by 14 in., nat. size. To the left is seen his coat of arms. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. D. Balguerie, born van .Rijswijk, 1823. 

1333. Grietje Pietersdr. Codde (—1607). Wife of the former. Seen 
to the shoulders, the face turned towards the left. (Ascribed 
to this artist). 

O. 19 by 14 in., nat. size. To the right is seen her coat of arms. 
Same source as No. 1332. 

1334. Pieter Jansz. Kies (1536 — ). Burgomaster of Harlem. Half 
length figure, seen full 
face, seated at a table. 
(Supposed to be from 
this painter). 

O. 3%*k by 32 in., nat. size. 

At the top to the right is written: 

("Choose the best", which in Dutch is ^i 

a pun on his name). Dated to the left : I ^ m 9 4 9 £ 

Engraved bv T. Houbraken. jr 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. ^^^^^ mL^^^S /~2? S zl 

van de Poll, 1885. * t*C O U ^ 

KEULTJES (Gerrit Laurens), born at Utrecht, 10 Aug. 1786. 

1335. Bombardment of Algiers by the Anglo-Dutch fleet, 1816. 

C. 24 by 34 in. Signed: G. L. Keultjes 1817. First in the Mauritshuis, 
later in the Pavilion at Harlem and in 1885 placed in the Museum. 

KEY (Adriaen Thomas), worked from about 1558 to 1589.^ Was 
in 1568 a member of the Antwerp "Guild". Supposed to have 
been a pupil of his father Thomas or his uncle William. 

1336> Portrait of a man of rank. Painted to the shoulders ; the 



- J\* icsrfMct 3csf^ 



WKAV. 



182 KEY. 

head, seen three quarters, is turned 

towards the right. <p CLClCYltML S P C • 

O. 16% by 13 in., nat. size. 

At the top, to the left, is written : - /*" f* » 

To the right, the date: J J O I * 

Purchased at Vreeswijk in 1897. 

KEY (Willem), born at Brussels in 1520. Pupil of Lambertus Lom- 
bardus. Became in 1540 a member of the painters's guild of 
Antwerp and died in 1568. 

1337. Portrait of a female member of the family Centen. Bust, 
[-•the face turned towards the left. # 

O. 12% by 10% in., h. h. 6 in. 

Signed on the back of the panel : 

Formerly in the " Rijpenhofje " (convent of 

beguines), at Amsterdam. 

Lent by the Mennonite church of the town, since 1899. 

KEYSER (Nicaise de), born at Zandvliet, near Antwerp, 26 August 
1813; died in the latter town, 16 July 1887. Pupil of Joseph 
Jacops and of Mattheus Ignatius van Bree. 

1338. Count Everard of Wurtemberg. Represented in a kneeling 
position, clad in a cuirass. In the background the town of Jerusalem. 

C. 49^ by 40 in., nat. size. Bought from the painter in 1852. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

KEYSER (Thomas de), was born in 1596 or 1597 at Amsterdam 
and buried there 7 June 1667. Son of the architect and sculptor 
Hendrick de Keyser. 

1339. The anatomical lesson of Doctor Sebastiaen Egbertsz. in 
1619. The professor (1563 — 1621) is lecturing on a skeleton placed in 
the midst of his auditors. The figures are painted to the knees and 
represent besides the doctor : Sebald J. van Uyttenhoff, Dirck 
Koolvelt, Lambert Jacobs, Gerrit Indi(es) and Jan de Wees. 

C. 53*4 in. by 2 yds i^in., nat. size. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1340. The company of Captain Allart Cloeck and of Lieutenant 
Lucas Jacobsz. Rotgans, in 1632. A group of sixteen whole 
length figures. The Captain, the standard-bearer and a few of 
the men form a separate party on an eminence in the centre of 
the picture ; to the right and the left, further in the distance are 
gathered the other men of the corps. They represent: Allard 
Cloeck, captain ; Lucas Jacobsz. Rotgans, lieutenant ; Claes Cloeck 
Nannings, ensign-bearer ; Jan Vogelensang; Gerrit Pietersz. Schagen; 
Michiel Colyn; Hans Walschaert; Jan Kuysten; Adolph Forten- 
beeck ; Aris Hendrick Hallewat ; Hendrick Colyn ; Hademan van 
Laer; Dirck Pietersz. Pers; Frederick Schuleborch ; Thomas 
Jacobsz. Hoyngh; Julius van 
den Bergen. 

C. 2 yds 14%. in. by 3 yds 30 in., 

nat. size. Signed at the top to the left : U^o $ 

The sketch of this picture, drawn in ink, is in the " Albertina" of Vienna. 

From the "Doelen" of the Cross-bowmen. Formerly in the large room of the 

Court Martial in the old Town-Hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1 885. 





135°- Thomas de Keyser. 



1349. Thomas de Keyser. 



KEYSER. 183 



L341. The company of Captain Jacob Symonsz. de Vries and 
of Lieutenant Dirck de Graeff, in 1633. Of the 21 figures, 
painted to the knees, some are seated, others standing in a long 
line in front of a large building; through the open door two 
soldiers are seen sitting in a room. 

C. 2 yds 6 in. by 6 yds 22 in., nat. size. Signed under a porch 




AMIM© 





}6j}.)mmy 



Formerly in the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. Same source as No. 1340. 

342. Group of three children, in *-p pv *r *-~f C n n «, 
fancy dress, standing near a i . JJ).I\|LloilK-. F 

table; on the floor a terrestrial 

e lobe .AN 1622 

C $3*k hy 37 in., h. f. 37^ in. Signed above * 

the table. Purchased in England in 189 1. / 

343. Portrait of a marine-officer. Bust, full face. ni^/itf/#««s 

His head covered with a hat. 

C 23^ by 18 in., nat. size. Formerly considered as the portrait ot 
Admiral Piet Heyn. Acquired from Mr. M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1858. 

344. A man's portrait. Half length 
figure, the face slightly turned 
towards the right. 
O. 26 by 21 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right : ■ JC HT ^\J/P ^ ft A 

Probably from the Almshouse for ■ r *-' A * O VflL, ♦ «J> t> ♦ 

old people, at Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1892. 

J45. A man's portrait. Bust, nearly full face. 

O. 26^ by 20% in., nat. size. The same portrait, but more carefully 
finished, is in the Louvre. Same source as No. 1344. 

146. Portrait of a man. Half length figure, the face turned towards 
the right, holding a key in his hand. 

O. 26 by 23 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1344. 

147. A man's portrait. Bust, the face turned towards the right. 

O. 26^ by 21 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1344. 

(48. Family group of a man, his wife and their three daughters, 

in a wooded landscape with a castle in the distance. t _ 

O. 20 by 18 in., h. f. 12% in. Signed at the bottom to the left : l/\ 

Formerly supposed to represent Rombout Hogerbeets and his I\/ 

family. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

149. The family Meebeeck Cruy waghen, showing the parents, 
their six children and the grandmother. The group is represented 
in front of a country mansion, surrounded by leafy trees; a 
little cart with a black horse is standing near. 

C 39% by 5314 in., h. f. 26^ in. Bought at Amsterdam in 1 827. 

150. Pieter Schout (1640 — 1669), represented on horseback in a 
hilly landscape. 

COP. 34^ by 28 in., h. f. on horseback i6*4 in. "5; t p j Q> C O 
Signed on the saddle: ~" 

Engraved by A. Blootelingh. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. vande Poll, 1880. 



1 84 KLEYN. 



KLEYN (Pieter Rudolph), born in 1785 at Hooge Zwaluwe, was 
wounded at the battle of Quatre-Bras, died in 1816. Studied under 
Jacob and Abraham van Stry and Jacques Louis David at Paris. 

1351. Landscape scenery near St. Germain. 

C 34% by 51^ in., h. f. 6*4 in. Signed: Kleyn. 

Purchased at an exhibition in 1809. In the store-room of the Museum. 

KLINKENBERG (Johannes Christiaan Karel), born 14 January 
1852 at the Hague, where he is now living. Pupil of Christoffel 
Bisschop. E. 

1352. The market place at Nimeguen, seen on a bright sunshine 
day^ part of the buildings are bathed in strong sunlight. 

C. 25%. by 52 in., h. f. standing, 2 in. Signed: Klinkenberg. 
Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1877. 

KLOMP (Albert Jansz.), was born in 16 18, at Amsterdam, where he 
died 20 December 1688. Worked nowhere but in his native town. 

1353. Landscape with cattle. In the centre some small and big 
animals, to the left a dairy and on the t 

right a woman carrying some milk pails. , / - 

C. II by 14 in., h. animals 2\ in. % tmm /l J^L<>W/} # P % 

Signed at the bottom to the right: ,m ■ 

Companion to the following No. Acquired in 1836 at a sale at Utrecht. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1354. Landscape 'with cattle. In the near distance two cows, one 
standing, the other lying down. Other animals scattered about 
and to the right a farm-house. . . ( 

C. 10^ by 13% in., h. animal 2\ in. sL* S^lft* 11 /* 

Signed at the bottom to the right: "—^ 

Companion to the preceding No. Same source as No. 1353. 

KNELLER (Sir Godfried), born at Lubeck 8 Aug. 1646, died in 
London 27 October 1723. Was a pupil of Ferd. Bol, at Amsterdam. 
From 1674 he settled in London, where he became Court-painter; 
he was knighted by the King-Stadtholder William III. 

1355. Cornells de Bruyn (1624 — 1719). Painter and explorer. Bust, 
the face turned towards the right. 

C. 28^ by 23^ in., nat. size. Engraved by G. Valck. Bought at a sale held 
at Amsterdam 5 March 1 861. Presented by Mr. A. Willet, 1885. 

1356. Aernout van Ceters — signing himself van Citters — 

(1633— 1696). Dutch ambassador. Bust, turned towards the left. 
A copy by Ph. van Dijk after the original portrait dated 1692 
in the possession of Jhr. S. van Citters at the Hague. 
C. 17^ by 13^ in., h. h. 5 in. Engraved by J. Houbraken. 
Bequeathed by Jhr. Mr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

KN1P (Henriette), see Ronner-Knip, p. 285. 

KNIP (Josephus-Augustus), born at Tilburg, 3 Aug. 1777; died 
at Berlicum, 1 October 1847. Pupil of his father, Nicolaas 
Frederik Knip. 

1357. Italian landscape. 

C 35% by 43 in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed: J. A. Knip 1818. 
Acquired at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1 818. 



KNOLL. 185 



KNOLL (Franc, ois-Cornelis), born at Rotterdam in 1771 or 1772, 
died at Utrecht, 23 March 1827. 

1358. Interior view of a stable. 

O. 16^ by 19% in. Signed on a chaff-cutter: F. C, A. 1824, 
Presented by Mrs. W. C. J. Visscher, born A. E. Knoll, 1848. 

KNUPFER (Nicolaes), born at Leipsick in 1603, studied in that 
town under Emmanuel Nysse and, from 1630, under Abraham 
Bloemaert, at Utrecht, where he died probably towards 1660. 

1359. The messengers of the Roman people announce to 
Cincinnatus his nomination to 
the consulship. 



O. 21% by 30 in., h. f. 13% in. S¥ii 7 / f 1 J fs*- > 

Signed at the bottom to the left : +~S * l ' J J / * c 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1888. / 




KMlf« 



Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1888. 

KOBELL Jr. (Hendrik), was born at Rotterdam 13 September 1751, 
where he died 2 August 1782. He studied for two years at the 
Academy at Amsterdam, visited England and France. E. 

1359a. The shipwreck, near a rocky coast. Several men have taken 
refuge on a rock in the foreground to the left. 

C 35ft by 51% in., h. f. 3% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Formerly in the collection of Prince William V. i77&* 

From the Mauritshuis, 1885. 

KOBELL (Jan), was born 1 8 April 1 800 at Rotterdam and died there 
8 November 1838. Son of the engraver Jan Kobell. E. 

1360. Milling-time. View of a cattle-house. 

O. 9^ by 11*4 in., h. animal i\ in. 

Signed to the right, on a wheelbarrow: J. Kobell. Purchased in 1830. 

KOBELL (Johannes Baptist), born at Delftshaven, 8 November 1778 ; 
died at Amsterdam, 23 September 1814. Son of the marine 
painter Hendrik Kobell. Pupil of Rutgaart van der Wall, at 
Utrecht. Worked at Paris from 1810 to 1812. E. 

1361. Landscape in Guelders. In the centre a herdsman leading his cattle. 

C 36^ by 51 in. Signed in the foreground to the right: J. Kobell. 
From the pavilion " Welgelegen" at Harlem, 1885. 

1362. Grazing oxen. 

C. 26% by 33^ in., h. animal 10 in. 

Signed to the left, on a fence: J. Kobeh F. 1806. Bought in 1820. 

1363. Landscape with cattle. A piece of level country with a few 
trees sheltering a rustic dwelling; a woman is busy scouring 
pails by the side of a ditch. 

M. 19 by 23 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. Kobell 7804. 
.Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

KOEKKOEK (Barend Cornells), born at Middelburg 1 1 October 1803, 
died at Cleves 5 April 1862. Pupil of his father, Jan Hermanus 
Koekkoek. Worked first at Beek, near Nimeguen and afterwards 
at Cleves. Z. 



1 86 KOEKKOEK. 



1364. A winter landscape. Entrance to a dense wood. 

C. 24% by 29^ in., h. f. 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : B. C. Koekkoek f. Acquired in 1 838. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1365. Italian landscape. A cluster of high trees on a rock. 

C. 25 by 21 in., h. f. 4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : B. C. Koekkoek fecit 1848* 

Purchased at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1848. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1366. A hilly landscape. In the distance a river and in the fore- 
ground a party of shepherds with some sheep. 

C. 22 by 28^ in., h. f. i\ in. On a rock in the centre is written: niets 
zonder moeite (without trouble nothing is done) and on a stone, at the 
bottom to the right: hierna deter (next time better). From the Society 
Felix Meritis, dissolved in 1889. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1889. 

1367. A forest scene. Some shepherds surrounded by their flocks 
are resting under the shadow of an old oak. 

C 53% by 63 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed in the foreground: B. C. Koek_ 
koek ft 1848. Presented by Baron C. C. A. du Bois de Ferrieres, 1891 

KOETS (Roelof), said to have been born at Zwolle, where he 
worked and was buried 4 July 1725. Was a pupil of Gerard 
ter Borch. Lived for a short time at Middelburg and at the Hague. 

1368. Portrait of a _, t 
clergyman. fi{(l4. X X ^ V 

C. 16 by 14 in., h. h. 

2*fe in. 

Signed on the desk: 

Bought at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon in 1883. 

1368a. Louis Trip van Warfumborg (1654— 1701), hi& wife 
Christine Trip and their children, landscape scenery. In 
the distance the castle of Warfumborg. ^^ 
C 35% by 5314 in., h. h. 2% in. Dated : i68 9 . '/J 



A*)6 6<n^ aWs 




Signed to the right, on a seat : ^J h 

Presented by Jhr. Trip van Zoudtlandt, 1904. ^ 

KONINCK (Philips), born 5 November 1619 at Amsterdam and 
buried there 4 October 1688. Was a pupil of his brother Jacob 
and of Rembrandt. Sojourned much abroad. 

1369. Landscape. Bird's eye view of a slightly hilly region traversed 
by a river which, coming from the distance winds its way to the 
foreground, on the right 
hand of the picture. 
C. 361^ by 44 in. 

Signed in the foreground — , ,— ^ 

to the right : / /jVA 

. Sale of Baron van Nagell van Ampsen, the f ** / \J 

Hague 1 85 1. L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1370. Entrance to a wood. On a road which loses itself in a cluster 
of leafy trees, a party of herdsmen with a drove of oxen. To 
the left an extensive panorama. 

c - 54*4 b y 65% ' n -) n » f- 2 *k in - 

Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 



£ XI Will H*^ VXXCFI.M.Xl^V, ,T***V*W *%W WW*. J V V „— 



KONINCK. 187 



1371. Joost van den Vondel (1587— 1679). Bust; the face, seen 
three quarters, is turned towards the right. This / ^ 
portrait is probably a replica of the following No. t p\ . L q 

C. ov. 22 by 18^ in., nat. size. Signed in the background / 

to the right. On the back of the picture is a dedicatory *"^ y * 

inscription from Pietejr Burman to Antoni Hartsen and / U S 

dated 13 Aug. 1767. Presented by Jhr. P. Hartsen and 

the heirs of Jhr. C. Hartsen, 1900. ' -- 

1372. Joost van den Vondel. Bust; the face, seen three quarters, 
is turned towards the 
right. 

C. on O. ov. 22 by i%*fa in. 
nat. size. Signed in the 
background to the right 
Engraved by J. P. Lange and lithographed by J. B. Lamme. 
• This portrait was presented by Vondel himself to Agnes Block. On the 
back of the picture is a copy of the well-known lines of Vondel on his 
portrait, painted by Koninck. Another dedicatory poem has been added by 
Mrs. Six, born van Winter, on the occasion of making ajpresent of the picture 
to Mr. J. van Lennep. Lent by Jhr. Mr. M. J. van Lennep, 1900. ~ 

1373. Joost van den Vondel at the age 



'uuvi. jjuol , nit; iaL^, o^^n tinv^ vjuaiiuo 

te *. 

i f / Jt07Zorv£ 

t: V S v ' 



of 87. Bust, full face. Aty np Q^f 

C. 24% by 21^ in., nat. size. v/ \J 1 Of 9 

On the back of the picture, the inscription: # / # 

(aged 8j in 1674). Purchased at the sale i*J n 0T~ 1 /] k* 

Fr. Muller & Co., 1901. ^ l llti J"'*'* 

1374. Joost van den Vondel. Bust, facing / 61 a 

the right. (Copy). -/ v 7? 

C. ov. 23^ by 18^ in., nat. size. "*^ 

Lent by Mr. J. H. van Lennep to the Royal ~> 

Archeological Society. In the Museum since 1885. 

KONINCK (Salomon), born in 1609 at Amsterdam; buried in that 
town 8 August 1656. Uncle to Philips Koninck. Studied among 
other masters under Claes Moeyaert in his native town, where 
he exercised his art. Formed his style on that of Rembrandt. E. 

1375. The old savant. Seated in a lofty room, an old man is 
absorbed in deep study. 

O. 16^ by 14 in., h. f. 5^ in. 

Sold as a work of Bega at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

KOOI (Willem Bartel van der), born at Augustinusga, 13 May 1768; 
died at Leeuwarden, 14 July 1837. Pupil of Hermanus Wouter 
Beekkerk, at Leeuwarden, where he resided. Was in 1804 in 
Dusseldorf. Z. 

1376. The painters Willem Bartels van der Kooi and Dirk 
Jacobsz. Ploegsma (1769 — 1791). Van der Kooi is pointing 
to the portrait of his friend, which he has just finished painting. 

C. 51% by 38 in., nat. size. Presented by Mr. H. van der Kooi, 1869. 

1377. The love-letter. A small boy presents a letter to a young girl. 

C. 51% by 40 in., nat. size. Signed on the back of the canvas: W.B.van 
der Kooy pinxit 1808. At the exhibition of Amsterdam (1808), this picture 
gained the prize of 2000 florins. Same source as No. 1376. 



i 9 o < KRUSEMAN. 



esiaea ior a long time 







1397. Gerrit Toelaer. Lieutenant of the 3 d cuirassiers. Bust. 

C. 21 by 16^ in., nat. size. Presented by Mr. J. M. Visbach Lobry, of 
Geneva, to the collection of cavalry of Baron Snouckaert. 
Since 1891 in the Dutch Museum. 

KUYL (Gijsbert van der), born in the beginning of the XVII century 
at Gouda, where he died in 1673. Pupil of Wouter Pietersz. 
Crabeth, the younger. Resided for a long time in France and Italy. 

1398. Cunning often gets 
the better of force. 

See the "Life of Ser- 

torius", by Plutarch 

(chap. 16). 

C. 65^ in. by 2 yds • S n 

21^ in., nat. size. Signed J (j 3 /T^ 

at the bottom to the left : - # U 

Lent by the town of Gorinchem. 

1399. A musical party. The figures painted half length. 

* C. 39^ by 51% in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1884. 

LACHTROPIUS (Nicolaes), worked in the second 
half of the XVII century at Alphen-on-the-Rhine. 

1400. Flower piece. A bouquet of 
various flowers arranged in a 
vase. 

C. 24% by 20^ in. Signed in the 
background to the right : 
Sale E. Ruelens, Brussels 1883. 

LAEN (Dirk Jan van der), was 

born 16 April 1759 at Zwolle and died there 26 February 1839. 

1401. View of a town. A street of a small town in snowy weather. 

O. 10^4 by 13% in. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

LAER (Pieter van), surnamed Bamboccio, was born 13 July 1582 
at Harlem, and died there (according to a statement in "Oud 
Holland", 1894, p. 96) 30 June 1642. He resided in Rome from 
1623 to 1639. E. 

1402. An Italian inn. Travellers have stopped to give their horses 
a rest. 

C. 24^ by 31% in., h. f. 7 in. 

The signature P. D. Laar t6jo, at the bottom to the left is counterfeit. 

Bought at the sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

1403. Shepherd and laundresses, in a hilly landscape. 

COP. 11^ by 17 in., h. f. 4 in. 

Signed in the centre, on a stone: V-LAC Y . 

Engraved by Corn. Visscher. Collection Gysbert de 

Clercq, 1899. Purchased from the Rembrandt Society in 1 901. 




LAETHEM. 191 



LAETHEM (Jacob van), see Nos. 343 and 344. 

LA FARGUE VAN NIEUWLAND (Isaac Lodewijk), was born 
in 1733 or 1734 at the Hague and worked in that town. His 
name was entered as a student at the University of Leyden, 
13 January 1764. E. 

1404. Jan Hendrik van Rijswijk, Major. 

C 38^ by 31^ in., h. h. 7^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : I. L. LA 
FARGUE ad vivum pinx 1754 cetat 2J. Bequeathed by Mrs. D. Balguerie, 
born van Rijswijk, 1823. In the store-room. 

1405. Johanna van Rijswijk. Wife of the former. 

C. 37^4 by 31 in., h. h. 7^ in. Same source as No. 1404. In the store-room. 

LAIRESSE (Gerard de), born at Liege, 11 September 1640; buried 
at Amsterdam, 21 July 171 1. Studied under his father, Reinier 
de Lairesse, and Bertholet Flemal. From 1667 he worked at 
Amsterdam. E - M. 

1406. Seleucus foregoes his claim to Stra- ^ n 
tonice in favour of his son Antiochus. f r f A /A»s>rff> 

O. 12J4 by 18% in., h. f. 8 in. Signed to the right : ^ \^ Kfh * 

There are many duplicates of this picture, a. o. *#*■) 10^- ^A 

in the Museums at Karlsruhe, Oldenburg and / #£/ / 

Schwerin. Collection van Heteren, 1809. -^ 

1407. Anthony and Cleopatra. A composition illustrating the story 
of the precious pearl. 

C 29^ by 37*4 ^ ^ 

in., h. f. 15 in. K ^ i£l * ij^J/ ^^-mf 

Sronlsode: ^<iW«« }^ J ^ ' 

Engraved, with some modifications, by G. de Lairesse. Collection van Loon . 
Bequeathed by Mrs. Insinger, born van Loon, 1903. 

L408.The Last Supper. 

C. 16^(4 by 21^4 in., h. h. I ^ in. Signed on the back of the picture: Lairesse. 
Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

L409. Mars, Venus and Cupid. Cupid is placing a helmet on the 
head of Venus. 

C. 49^ by 37 iu., h. h. Mars, 4 in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

.410. Mars, Venus and Cupid. 

Mercury is winging his way 
towards the lovers to warn 
them. 

C. 52 by 38 in., h. h. Mars 4^4 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Same source as No. 1409. 

411. Virtue. An allegorical composition. A man warding off the 
evil passions, is being conducted to a temple by the figure of 
Virtue. 

C 52^ in. by 2 yds 5 in., 

h. f. 25 1 4 in. Signed to the 

left, on the vase : ^■"•"^ *-*' 

From the "Werkhuis", at and Anno ibjo. 

Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1885. 





Q £#irrf '" tt fecit 



192 LAIRESSE. 



1412. Diana and Endymion. Cupid is leading the goddess towards 
Endymion, indicating him with his torch. 

C. 69^ by 46^4 in., h. f. 42 in. 

Probably from the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1413. A mythological subject. A woman holding a shell in her 
hand is kneeling in front of a fountain; standing near her is a 
man who has divested himself of the armour seen in the fore- 
ground. Two children are at play close by. 

C. 48 by 58 in., h. h. 5 in. A duplicate of this picture and signed by 
the artist, was at the sale of the Bruchmann collection (Magdeburg) in 1904. 
Source unknown. 

1414. Legitimate power, represented by the figure of a woman seated 
on a throne between Peace and Power. A soldier is conducting 
three captive women to the foot of the throne. This work is 
in grisaille, simulating a bas-relief. 

C. 3 yds 4^ in. by 2 yds 3% in. Already mentioned in the catalogue of 1809. 

1415. Revolution. A woman representing Power is being dragged 
from the throne, whilst another woman is usurping her place. 
Behind the latter figure are seen Vanity, Envy and Violence. This 
work is in grisaille, simulating a bas-relief . Companion to No. 141 4. 
C. 3 yds 4% in- by 2 yds . ~ ^ 

t ?t s iS? at * ebottom Qn " <dk Imres: J. 9^ 

Already mentioned in 1 809. ^ 

1416. Painting for a ceiling. In the centre a medallion representing 
Erebus disappearing through light vapours at the approach of 
Apollo. The paintings at the four corners combined form a 
cupola, underneath which is a gallery supporting female figures 
carrying implements of hunting. (Diana and her nymphs). 

C. 8 yds 27 in. by 6 yds 20^ in., nat. size. Placed in room 333 of the 
" Fragmentengebouw". From the Royal Cabinet of pictures at the Hague 1885. 

1417. Ceiling in eight sections with allegorical illustrations of the 
treatment of lepers and idiots. 

C. Dimensions: 71 by 53 in.; 69 by 63 in.; 2 yds by 2 yds 30% in.; 
2 yds 1 in. by 2 yds x\ in.; 51^ by 67 in.; 52% by 67^4 in.; 49^ in. 
by 2 yds 3 in.; 46 by 52^ in. From the hospital for lepers. 
Placed in room No. 248, the imitation of an old Dutch Governor's hall. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1418. Painted ceiling representing Apollo and Aurora. 

C. 3 yds 6\ in. by 7 yds 15^ in., nat. size. Placed in room 153 o 
the Dutch Museum. Formerly in a private residence, at Amsterdam. 
Presented by Mr. W. F. Piek. 

LANDSBERGHS. Dutch painter. Lived in the beginning of the 

XVIII century. 
1421. Portrait of a man of rank. A member of the family 

Balguerie. Bust. 

C. ov. 28*4 by 24% in., nat. size. In the background, his coat of arms : 
to the right the arms of the Balgueries and to the left those of the Labays. 
Signed on the back of the picture: Landsberghs, pinxit iyig. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. D. Balguerie, born van Rijswijk, 1823. 



LAQUY. I93 

LAQUY (WiUem Joseph), born at Bruel, near Cologne, in. 1738; 
died at Cleves in 1798. Resided principally at Amsterdam. 

1422. A Dutch kitchen. In the centre of the room a young woman 
is busy plucking a partridge. A servant maid is standing near 
her with a dish of fish and by the side is a child playing with 
a little dog. 

C. 24^ by 21 in., h. f. 10^ in. Signed: P\ V/~V/ P n ~ j,'rj join* 
Sale Braamcarap, 1771. V Y * yj « *<J* y^J I 

Presented by Dr. A. Bred his, 1895. 

LAROON (Marcellus), was born at the Hague in 1653; died at 
Richmond 11 -March 1702. Lived in England from his early 
youth. E ' - M. 

1423. Jolly company drinking and larking in the doorway of an inn. 

C. 15^ by 19^ in., h. f. seated, 6 in. From the collection Gijsbert de 
Clercq, 1899. Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

LASTMAN (Claes Pietersz.) and NIEULANDT (Adrlaen van). 

Claes Pietersz. Lastman was born before 1600 and buried at 
Amsterdam, 6 May 1625. Brother and pupil of Pieter Lastman. E. 

1424. Captain Abraham Boom and his Lieutenant Ant. Oetgens 
with seven members of the civic-guard belonging to the 
regiment which defended Zwolle 23 September 1623. Full 
length figures, standing; the third on the left is Willem Backer 
and the standard-bearer, Jan Jansz. Fortuyn. 

C. 2 yds 24% in. by 6 yds 9^ in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the 
Cross-bowmen. Formerly in the large room of the Court-Martial in the 
old Town Hall. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

LASTMAN (Pieter Pietersz.), was born in 1583 at Amsterdam 
and buried there 4 April 1633. Was a pupil of Gerrit Pietersz. 
(Sweelinck) at Amsterdam where, for some time, he taught his 
art to Rembrandt. Resided 1604 — 1607 at Rome. 

1425. The sacrifice of Abraham. 

Grisaille O. 15^4 by \2.\ in., h. f. 9 in. 
Signed in the . foreground to the left: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1887. 

1426. Christ healing a leper. A composition filled in with numerous 
figures, having for background a Southern landscape 
with imposing buildings. 

O* 3°& hy 42% in., h. f. 15 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : 
Purchased at Florence through the Rembrandt Society, in 1889. 

LAUWERS (Jacobus Johannes), born at Bruges in 4 /C * «s 

1753, Visited Italy and married at Amsterdam, where ' V / / 
he died 21 December 1800 

1427. A Flemish dairy. 

C. 1714 by 14^ in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed to the right, on a Wall: 
y. Lauivers ft. iigq. Bought at Amsterdam in 1829. 

LAWRENCE (Sir Thomas), born at Bristol 4 May 1769, died in 
London 7 January 1830. Studied under William Hoare and 
Sir Josuah Reynolds. He succeeded the latter as painter to the 
English Court in 1792. 




L 



i 9 4 LAWRENCE. 




1428. Willem Ferdinand Mogge Muilman (1778 — ). Dust, 
turned towards the left. 

C. 30 by 25*4 in., nat size. This picture* has been painted in London 
and made a present of to Mr. H. Muilman, senior, by J* J. Angerstein, 
the London banker. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

LEEMANS (Anthonie), probably baptized at the Hague; 16 February 
1 631; died between 1665 and 1673. Worked at Amsterdam. 

1429. A study of still life. Part of a breast-plate, musical instruments, 
a sheet of music paper, etc. J2+* /> -""T^ 

S^ASi to *. ,*,. J^ttvmJ^Jr.t 

Acquired at the sale W. Gruyter, Amster- i Ktt 

dam 188*2. JLOSS. 

LEEMANS (Johannes), born in 1633 or 1634; died in 1687 or 1688. 

1430. Hunting tackle. A cage and various implements of the chase 
hung up 
against a 
white wall. 

C. 25 by 

30% in., real 

size. Signed on the cage : 

Purchased at Gorinchem 

in 1879. Presented by 

Dr. A. Bredius to the Royal Archeological Society in 1880. 

Lent to the Museum since 1885. 

1431. Hunting tackle, 

hung up against a 
wall. 

C. 45 \ by 5 7 in, , real- size. 

Signed on the cage: 

Lent by the Royal 

Archeological Society. " ~ ^ *~^t 

1432. Hunting implements, hanging from a wall. 

C. 29 by 23^ in., real size. (Attributed to the painter). From the collec- 
tion Gijsbert de Clercq. Bought from the Rembrandt Society, 1901. 

LEICKERT (Charles-Henri- Joseph), born at Brussels, 22 Septem- 
ber 18 1 8. A pupil of W. J. J. Nuyen and of A. Schelfhout. 
Is living at Maintz. E, 

1433. A winter scene. A large sheet of ice covered with skaters 
near the remparts of a town. 

C. 52% in. by 2 yds 3^ in. Signed to the left on the ice : Ch. Leickertf.6y, 
Purchased at the exhibition held at "Arti et Amicitiae", Amsterdam 1867. 

LELIE (Adriaan de), born at Tilbuig, 19 May 1755; died at 
Amsterdam, 30 November 1820. Pupil of Adr. Bern, de 
Quertemont. 

1434. The opening of the building "Felix Meritis", a* October 
1788. J. H: van Swindeii is delivering his speech. 

C. 66 in. by 2 yds 7\ in., h. f. 7 in. 



e 1885. 



LELIE. 



»95 



A sketch in pen and ink by y. C. Dekaen has been added to the picture 
to indicate the 42 persons represented: 

I. J. H. van Swinden. 15. H. Heeremiet. 

16. A. Strokkel. 

17. H. Aeneae. 
.18. A. Bonn. 

19. £. M. Engelberts. 

20. H. C. Cras. 

21. D. C. Jamin. 

22. R.W.Lindev.Dijk. 

23. H. Steenbergen. 

24. C. Leer. 

25. S. D. Car tier. 

26. A. C. H. Kaempff. 

27. P. S. Serne\ 

28. J. Kuyper. 

From the Society "Felix Meritis", since dissolved. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, 1889. 

1486. The class-room for drawing from the nude at " Felix 
Meritis". 

C. 40 by 53*4 m «i n « n * IO i n « Signed on a drawing portfolio : A. de Lelie. 

A sketch annexted to this picture serves to identify the persons represented : 

1. P. van Winter Nsz. 15. C. S. Roos. 28. Peereboom. 



2. J. Schmidt. 

3. C. E. Weits. 

4. J. Pietersse, 

5. Dr. Bleecker. 

6. F. L. Woldorff. 

7. C. S. Roos. 

8. J. Lugt Dircksz. 

9. J. M. Verhoesen. 

10. J. G. Fauvarcq. 

11. J. Swart. 

12. T. I. Weddik. 

13. P. Kerkhoven. 

14. J. Kuyper. 



29. J. R. RigaiL 

30. B. Weddik Wendel. 

31. J. Moll jr. 

32. J. Lublink de Jonge. 

33. A. de Haas. 

34. L. Tersteeg. 

35. P. H. van Swinden. 

36. J. T\ N. Fauvarcq. 

37. J. S. Hoyman. 

38. Ph. Taddel. 

39. J. A. van Hemert. 

40. J. Ruloffs. 

41. A. de Lelie. 

J. C. Dehaen, designer. 



2. Brentano. 

3. de Smeth. 

4. J. Lauwers. 

5. Muller. 

6 

7. Daniel du Pre\ 

8. Jacques Kuyper. 

9. A. de Lelie. 

10. L. A. Claessens. 

11. J. de Vos Wz. 

12. J. Tersteeg. 

13. Jacobus de Vos. 

14. Jero. de Bosch. 



16. Sluyter. 29. D. Versteegh. 

17. J.Goll. v. Franckenst. 30. Jan Hulswit. 



18. Gildemeester. 

19. B. de Bosch. 

20. Vinkeles. 

21. Van Hall. 

22. Andreas Bonn. 

23. Steven Goble. 

24. R. Meurs Ruysse- 

naar. 

25. Jan Ekels. 

26. J. Kamphuyzen. 



31. P. van der Schley. 

32. Jan Yver. 

33. P. Fouquet Jr. 

34. H. Fock. 

35. C. van Heurn. 

36. J. E. Grave Jr. 

37. G. van Royen. 

38. Jacob Smies. 

39. H. Numan. 

40. P. Barbiera. 



27. Ch. du Bois. 
Same source as No. 1434. 

1436. The sculpture gallery at " Felix Meritis", 1807. 

C. 40 by 53^ in., h. f. standing, 11% in. An explanatory sketch, drawn 
by H. W. Caspari in 1822, has been added to the picture: 



1. H. Heeremiet. 

2. I. P. Hibma. 

3. J. Adami. 

4. M. Kooy. 

5. W. J. Bruggemeyer. 

6. H. de Flines. 

7. A. Buyn. 

8. G. Koek. 

9. W. J. v. Troostwijk. 

10. D. du Pre\ 

11. D. Versteegh. 

12. J. G. Biben. 

13. Mr. G. J. Palthe. 



14. P. Doublet. 

15. J. Pennis. 

16. C. Covens. 

17. J. H. Molkenboer. 

18. Mr. A. J. Deiman. 

19. R. Hoyman. 

20. A. de Lelie. 

21. P. Pieterse Iz. 

22. H. Numan. 

23. M. Romswinckel. 

24. G. van Haarst Az. 

25. E. P. Offerman. 

26. G. Swarth, 



27. C. Tweehuisen, 

(doorkeeper). 

28. J. W. Berntz. 

29. G. van der Voort. 

30. B. Klijn Bsz. 

31. H. H. Klijn. 

32. Mr.J.F.Klinkhamer. 

33. F. de Bozer. 

34. P. J. Uylenbroek. 

35. P. Heimbach JPsz. 

36. A. Bousquet. 

37. J. L. Weydeman. 

38. J. Prins. 



Same source as No. 1434. 



196 LELIE. 

1487. Professor Andreas Bonn (1738— 1817) teaching drawing 
from the nude at "Felix Meritis". 

C* 32% by 40 in., h. f. standing, 19% in. A pen and ink sketch has been 
subjoined as index to the 37 figures in this picture: 

1. A. Bonn. 14. J. E. Grave. 27. P. Fouquet. 

2. P. Schoonegevel. 15. J. H. Middelhuysen. 28. J. Goll van Franc- 

3. H. Heeremiet. 16. D. du Pre\ kenstein. 

4. J. Tersteeg. 17. J. W. de Normant. 29. D. A. van der Wart. 

5. P. Barbiers. . 18. G. van der Voort. 30. G. van Rooyen. 

6. S. Goble\ 19. B. van Heyningen. 31. C. S. Roos. 

7. A. de Lelie. . 20. E. van Drielst. 32. C. R. T. Krayenhoff. 

8. D. Versteegh. 21. J. J. de Flines. 33. I. de Frey. 

9. H. de Flines. 22. J. Kersjens. 34. H. Lageman. 

10. I. Kuyper. 23. W. van der Vuurst. 35. I. Lauwers. 

11. I. Ekels. 24. C. van Heurn. 36. I. Swart. 

12. H. Numan. ' 25. J. Gildemeester Jz. 37. I. Grandjean. 

13. N. van der Meer Jr. 26. J. B. van Aerde. 
Same source as No. 1434. 

1438. Six governors of the " Nieuwezijds Huiszitten- Aalmoese- 
niers-Armenhuis" (charitable institution) in 1799. Their 
names are: Mr. J oh. L. Ludov. Farjon, Dr. Petrus Jac. Noot, 
Carsten Petersen J r , David de Mijn, Dan. Arbmann Daniels en 
Dirk van Bergen. Nearly full length figures, grouped round a table. 

C. 71^ in. by 2 yds 14^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the 
left: A. de Lelie. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1896. 

1439. Four governors of the " Oudezijds Huiszitten-Aalmoese- 
niers-Armenhuis (charitable institution) in 1806. Their 
names are: B. de Bosch, J. H. Bus, At. Baart and P. J. le 
Jolle. Nearly full length figures, seated at a table. 

C; 69^ in. by 2. yds 8^ in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right on the chair: A. de Lelie ft 1806. Same source as No. 1438. 

1440. Jhr. Gysbert Carel Rutger Reinier van Brienen van 
Ramerus (1771—1821), and his family. Represented at his 
estate of Crailo. Full length figures. 

C ZZ^k hy 28 in., h. f. standing, 19 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right : A. de Lelie ft 1806. 

Presented by Jonkvr. A. M. van Brienen van Ramerus, 1887. 

1441. The pancakes. In a modest interior an old woman is frying 
pancakes. Her husband is standing by her side and a young 
woman visitor is seen entering the room. 

M. 20^ by i6ife in., h. f. 12 in. Signed above a door): de Lelie fee. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1902. 

1442. An early visitor. View of a kitchen in the latter end of the 
XVIII century. 

O. 21 by 17 in., h. f. seated, 11^ in. Signed on the mantel piece: A. de 
Lelie iyg6. Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1443. Barend Klyn Barendsz. (1774 — 1829). Poet. Seated in an 
armchair near a table. 

C. 29^ by 23^ in., nat. size. 

At the bottom to the right, a signature nearly effaced and the date : i8ij. 

Presented by the heirs of Mr. J. H. Molkenboer, 1891. 



-1 



LELIENBERGH. 197 



lgmg irom a wan ana a iew 



LELIENBERGH (Cornells), was inscribed in 1636 as a member 
of the St. Luke's guild at the Hague, where he worked until 
1666. Was still living in 1672. 

1444. Dead birds. A dead parrot hanging from a wall and a few 
snipes lying on a column. 
O. 18^ by 14^ in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Acquired at Amsterdam in 1888. 

1445. Dead birds. A green woodpecker 
suspended against the wall and a 
few snipes on a plinth. 
O. 18^ by 14^4 in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Same source as No. 1444. 

1446. A study of still life. A black cock against a white-washed 
wall; by the side, in a recess, two dead rabbits. 

C. 37 by 33 in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right : 
Bought at the sale Gijsbert de 





Clercq in 1897 with the pecu- I ^ JdilUbfrqfl ■ /• )&? 
niary assistance of the Rem- \v-> * ^/\ . \y ^ J ' 

brandt Society. v — ^ ^^^ ^^ 

1447. A study of still life. Between various kinds of vegetables are 
lying a dead cock and a hen. 

C. 40% by 33% in., ^^ 

real size. Signed at / s*s J f) a • /** 

the bottom to the right, / V-^ ///. /* / / h° S 

towards the centre: ( ^ * ICLl^MOCrCfn • J (J\ t° ?3 

Bequeathed by D. \^y * *^\ . C^ ^ 

Franken Dz., 1898. ^=^ 

LEMBKE (Johann Philipp), born at Nuremberg, 19 May 1631; 
died at Stockholm in 1713. Pupil of Jac. Weyer. Principally 
known as a painter of battle-fields. E. 

1448. Portrait of the artist and his wife, painted on the inside 
of the lid of a box made out of a silver thaler. 

Diam. 1% in. Presented by Dr. A. Bredius. 

LEPOITEVIN (Eugfcne-Modeste-Edmond), was born 31 July 1806 at 
Paris and died there 6 August 1870. Was a pupil of Louis Hersent. E, 

1449. A young shepherd leaning on his crook. 

Ca. 6^ by 8^ in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed with the painter's monogram : P. 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

LEYDEN (Jan van). Dutch painter. Worked about the middle of 

the XVII century. 

1451. The Dutch fleet before Chatham, \ % • «■ 

June 1667. ) V \.1>/Bt*\ 

O. 36% by 6\\ in. Signed on a flag: 
. Purchased at the sale A. G. de Visser, the Hague 1878. 

LEYDEN (Lucas van), was born at Leyden at the end of May or 
the beginning of June 1494 and died in that town during the 
summer of 1533. Was pupil of his father, Huygh Jacobsz. and 
of Cornells Engelbrechtsz. B- W-E. 



198 LEYDEN. 




1462. The Sermon. In the foreground are seen several members of 
the congregation in various attitudes, among whom are a nobleman, 
his lady and the artist hjmself, listening to the 
priest preaching from the pulpit. Outside the church 
the same nobleman distributing food to the poor. 
O. 5 2 *k by 38 1 4 in., h. f. standing, 2314 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Collection Bortniansky. Sale of the collection Schummlansky, 
Leipsick 1861. Bought from P. D. Colnaghi, London 1897. 

1453.Edzard I, count of East Friesland (1462 — 

1528). Copy. The original, attributed to Lucas van Leyden, is 

in the Museum of Oldenburg. Half length figure. 

C. 59 by 44^ in., nat. size. Sale van Panhuys, Amsterdam 1882. 

1453a. Cornells van Blyenburgh (see No. 1453 b) playing at cards 
with his wife Catherine Schoyte (see No. 1453 c). A jester, 
half hidden by a curtain, is observing the game. Through a 
window is seen a castle on the bank of a river. In the corners of 
the picture are the coats of arms of the couple. A copy made in 
the XVII century after the original probably by Lucas van Leyden. 

O. 14% by 1714 in., h. h. 1% in. Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. 

1463b. Cornells van Blyenburgh (1450— 152 1), general during the 
war between Holland and Guelderland. Bust, the face in profile 
turned towards the right. Copy from an original probably by 
Lucas van Leyden, or perhaps from the original of No. 1453a. 
O. 27^ by 23 in., nat. size. Same source as the preceding No. 

1453c. Catharine Schoyte ( — 1487), wife of the former. Bust, face 
in profile turned towards the left. A similar copy to that of No. 1453b. 
O. 27^ by 23 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1453b. 

LEYS (Jean-Auguste-Henri, Baron), was born 18 February 181 5, 
at Antwerp; died in that town 26 Aug. 1869. A pupil of Ferd. 
de Braekeleer. E. 

1464. An interior of the XVII century, with the figures of a man 
and a woman engaged in reading. 

M. 24% by 19% in., h. f. seated, 1 1 \. Signed: IHA Leys (interlaced) 1838. 
Acquired from H. Konitig, 1839. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

LEYSTER (Judith), was born at Harlem or at Zaandam towards 
1600; died at Heemstede in 1660. Was a pupil of Frans Hals 
and married in June 1639 the painter Jan Miense Molenaar. 
Shortly after her marriage she went to live 
at Amsterdam until 1648 and settled after- 
wards at Heemstede. 

1465. The jolly toper, looking at the spectator 
with a smiling face, calling his attention to 
a blue jug which he holds in front of him 
with outstretched arms. 

C. 35 by 33^ in., nat. size. 

Signed in the background to the right: 

An almost identical work but of much inferior 

merit is in the Kaiser Friedrich Museum at Berlin. Sold with the collection 




J45S- Judith Leyster, 



1355. Sir G. Kneller. 




LEYSTER. 199 



of vicomtesse R. V. at the "Hotel Drouot" at Paris, 23 April -1890, when 
it was catalogued as a Frans Hals. Purchased at Paris in 1897. 

LIEDTS (Abraham), lived at Hoorn about the middle of the 
XVII century. 

1456. Pieter Florisz* (1605— 1658). Vice-admiral. Seen to the knees. 
(Copy). 

C. 47 by 36% in., nat. size. Presented by Mr. A. J. Enschedl, 1874. 

LIERNUR (Willem-Adrianus-Alexander), bota at: the Hague 

7 February 1856. E. 

1457. View of the interior of a fisherman's house at* Scheve- 
ninguen. A woman is busy peeling potatoes. 

M. 5 by 6^ in. Signed at the top in the foreground : A. Wt A. Litrnur tS€^. 
Bequeathed by Jhr. Mr. P. A. van den Velden, 18^2. 

LIEVENS (Jan), born at Leyden, 24 October 1607; buried at 
Amsterdam, 8 June 1674. Studied under Joris van Schooten at 
Leyden and Pieter Lastman at Amsterdam. Lived at Antwerp 
from 1635 to 1643 (supposed to have been in London, with his 
wife, in 1637). In the latter part of his life he principally resided 
at Amsterdam. E. X. 

1458. Samson and Delilah. Samson is seen asleep^ his head resting 
on Delilah's knees, who is handing a 
pair of scissors to a Philistine standing ., - c . 
behind her. h p 

C. 51% by 43 *£ in., a little over nat. size. 
Signed at the top to the. left: 

At the top to the right the wrong signature: Rembrandt f< 1633. 
Bought at Bradford in 1895. 

1459. The apotheosis of Peace. An allegorical 
composition. 

-C. 2 yds 28 in. by 2 yds 8% in., nat. size. Signed in 
the foreground about the centre, on a scabbard: \ /^* 





From the agency of the Ministry of Finances, in the * W* jS^ 
"Spinhuissteeg", Amsterdam 1877. *r 




o 



1460. Maerten Harpertsz. Tromp (1597— 1653). Lietrtenattt-adawral. 
Painted to the knees, turned towards the right. 

C. 52^ by 4 1 14 in-., nat. size. 

Acquired at the sale of Jhr. van Beresteijii Vught, 1884. 

1461. Cornelia Teding van Berckhout (1614—1680). Third wife 
of the preceding. Seen to the knees, facing the left 

C. 52% by 4114 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1460. 

LIEVENS (Jan Andries), born at Antwerp in 1644, settled in 1668 
at Amsterdam. Was the son of Jan Lievens. 

1462, Engel de Ruyter (16497-1683). Vice-admiral; seen to the 
knees, turned to the left; a dog by his side. 

C. 58 by 48^ in., nat. size. 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 



2 6o LI EVENS. 



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\G 6cP 




1463. Jan van Gelder (1647— 1673). Naval 
captain, son-in-law of Admiral de Ruyter. 
Painted to the knees, facing the right; 
a sea- view 'background. 

C. 58 by 49 in., nat. size. ■ i 

Signed on the wall: ^ J ■' 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, purchased 
in 1895. 

LIMBORCH (Hendrik van), was bom 

6 March 1682 at the Hague and died 

there 3 February 1759, Had several masters, a.o. Jan de Baen 

and Adr. van der Werff. E, *> 

1464. Portrait of the artist /[ // f) I /O 
himself. Bust, turned to (& j 1 // jr^ 
the left, facing the spectator. \^/ i/fr *S l/fTl/ 
C 33% by 27^ in., nat. size. * \^ 
Signed at the top to the left : \*—<£v 
Engraved by P. Tanje. Bought from Mrs. 
van Limborch van der Meersch — Spoelstra, 
Amsterdam 1894. 

1465. A rustic scene. A shepherd and . shepherdess in an arcadian 
landscape. 

C. 26^ by 22 in., h. f. 13% in. ' JfSflLir" DOrrr* t 

Signed in the centre, on a stone: 

Companion to the following No. Collection van Heteren, 1809. 

1466. Cupid and Psyche. Cupid is strewing flowers over the body 
of Psyche. 

»;. ; . C. 26% by 2114 in., h. f. 1414 in. Companion to the preceding No. 
Collection van Heteren, 1809. 

1467. Children at play. Little naked children are playing at blind- 
man's buff in a landscape. 

O. 10^ by 13% in., h. f. 4^ in. Collection van Heteren, 1809. 

LINGELBACH (Johannes), baptized at Franckfort-on-Main, 10 Octo- 
ber 1622; died in November 1674 at Amsterdam, where he 
• had settled after a residence at Paris (1642. — 1644) and in Italy 
(1644— 1650). 
. 1468. The dentist, on horseback in the centre of the Market place 
in an Italian town; he is extracting a tooth from a peasant's 
mouth. The market place is full of figures, principally traffickers. 
C. 27 by 34 in., h. f. 8 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left : ^f 

Sale ]. A. Brentano, Amster- [J sp /y* ^ * 

dam 1S22. Cabinet J. Rom- L // UWtfClSod?- U/ JO? J 
bouts, 1850. L. D upper Wz., p J /f/ ^ ' kS^ 

bequest, 1870. ^^ 

1469. In camp. In front of a tent dressed with colours, soldiers are 
grouped round a table on which is seen a trumpeter blowing on 
his instrument; a little way off, officers and soldiers. In the middle 
distance a few tents scattered about, and in the background a town. 
O. 17^ by 25^ in., h. f. 6^ in. Sale P. de Smeth van Alphen, Amster- 
dam 1 8 10. Same source as No. 1468. 



LINGELBACH. 201 



c7 : ^Qf^Sa^. 



1470. The riding school in the open air. In the foreground a group 
of horsemen and grooms ; a few 
persons have just dismounted. 

C. 26*4 by yi\ in., h. f. 6 in. Signed 
at the bottom to the right. From the 
National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1471. A landscape with figures. On a hill in a mountainous 
landscape a party of huntsmen with 

their dogs and some peasants. s //^^ # aw/V" /? 

C. 19% by ai% in., h. f. 3* in. (J3° C t> 

Signed at the bottom to the right: K ~* ^ 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, bequest, 1880. 

1472. Returning from the chase. Two ladies and two gentlemen at 
the entrance of a domain, returning from hunting; by their side are 
the grooms with the dogs and the hawks. _ , 

O. \\\ by 16^ in., h. f. 4% in. J Lintj f/foc jj 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ** 

Sale Jhr. J. Goll van Frankenstein, Amsterdam 1833. Van der. Hoop 
collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1473. Naval battle off Leghorn, 14 March 1653. 

C. on O. 45 in. by 2 yds* 13 in., h. f. 8 in. To the right on a sheet of 
paper a description of the battle ; to the left, on a monument, seven lines 
written in Roman. From the offices of the trade with the Levant, 1826; 

1474. An Italian harbour. In the distance the sea bounded by hills 
and buildings. In the foreground, near a massive gate, several 
figures among whom are two lazaroni 



blltoGi 



playing at dice. //. rt/p /. 

C. 23% by 20^ in., h. f. 6^ in. Utt^CWCld] 
Signed at the bottom to the left: s* J *-* 

Collection van Heteren, 1809. w^ 

1475. A port on the Mediterranean sea, near a fortified town ; in 
the foreground a ' tradesman and a 1 
number of workmen taking rest. 

C. 30^ by 20 in., h. f. 614 in. Signed at (• 1*IJ\J(jP t T* a 
the bottom to the right, on a stone: *^*VCH 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, / K g~ j. 

Rotterdam 1808. V V ^ 

LINGELBACH (Joh.) and WYNANTS (Jan). 

1476. A country road. On the raised ground of a hilly landscape, 
are seen a group of men, horses and dogs ; to the left, a country 
road with figures of peasants. The landscape is painted by 
Jan Wynants. 

C. 15^ by 18 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Sale of Mrs. Heemskerk, the Hague 1770. Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

LINGELBACH (Joh.) and HACKAERT (Jan), see Hackaert, No. 102 2. 

„ ,, LOOTEN (Jan), „ Looten, „ 1483. 

LINGEMAN (Lambertus), born at Amsterdam, 26 April 1829; died 

at Abcoude, 10 October 1894. Pupil of Petrus Franciscus Greive. 

1477. A friendly gathering. Interior of the XVII century. 

M. 15% by 19% in., h. f. 8 in. Signed: Lingeman i8jo. 
Acquired a,t an exhibition, Rotterdam i8yo, 




202 LINTHORST. 



LINTHORST (Johannes), was born in 1745 at Amsterdam and 

died there 7 August 18 15. 

1478. A fruit piece. Various kinds of fruit grouped on a marfoie slab. 

M. 33 by 26 in. Dated in the centre of the slab : 1808. 
From the pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

LOKHORST (Dirk van), was born 11 November 18 18 at Utrecht 
and died in that town in 1893. Pupil of A. Verhoesen and of 
J. W. Bilders. L-E. 

1479. View of the interior of a sheepfold. 

C 5 3^ by 43^ in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground to the right : D.van 
Lokhorst 1 8? 6. Purchased at an exhibition, Rotterdam 1877. 

LOMCKE (Jacob Lambrechtse), was born at Zierikzee towards 
1580, married in 1603 and again in 1625. Was still Hying in 1646. 

1480. Philippe Le Mire. Bust, turned towards the right. 

O. 26^ by 21 in., nat. size. Dated at the bottom: Aetatis 20. Anno 1618. 
Bequeathed by Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters 1875. 

1481. Antoinette Walleran. Wife of the former. Bust, turned 
towards the left. 

O. 26% by 21*4 in., nat. size. Dated at the bottom: Aetatis 22. Anno it 18. 
Same source as No. 1480. 

LOO (Charles-Am£d6e-Phitippe van). See Vanloo, p. 332. 

LOO (Jacob van), born in 16 14 at Sluis; died 26 November 1670 
at Paris, where he resided since 1662. From 1642 till 1662 he 
lived in Amsterdam. E. 

1482. The distribution of food to the poor. An allegorical 
composition. 

C. 2 yds 30^ in. by 60^ in., s^ 

nat. size. Signed at the bottom ' £ 

to the right: f I ^)\~77/11 

Painted for the "Oude-Zijds / / • U W- 
Huiszittenhuis". From the "Werk- l _ ( S f j<? 

huis" (workhouse). Lent by the JrO S^ 

town of Amsterdam, since 1885* 

LOOTEN (Jan), born about 16 18 at Amsterdam, where he worked 
until 1669; after that date he fixed his residence in England, 
where he died m 168 1. 

1483. The crossway. A mountainous landscape with high trees ; a 
lady and a gentleman starting for the hunt are accosted by 
beggars. The figures are painted by J, Lingelbach. 

C 38% by 17 in., h. f. 3% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : fn H q ** * 

Bought at the sale of Jhr. J. Goll van Frankenstein, J*^. 
1833. Acquired in i860. L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. ^^ 

LUBERTI (Jacobus-Augustus), born at Harlem in 1748, died at 
Amsterdam in 1822. 

1484. Four governors of the hospital for lepers. Their names 
are: R. J. van den Broeke, D. Nolthenius, J. Veening and M. 
van Son. Bij their side are H. van Veen, secretary and H. 




LUBERTI. 



203 




Linteloo, superintendant The governors are seated round a table. 

C. 67^ in., by 2 

yds 10 in., nat. size. ^ — fT\ 

Signed at the bot-(V^\ € /J ^ & 

Frmeri^ in'" the \j)^ o6f ^^W"tvnl 

governors' room of /y 

the hospital for 

lepers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1896, 

LUBIENIETZKI (Christoffel), born at Stettin in 1660 or 1661 ; 
died after 1728 at Amsterdam, where he had studied under the 
direction of Adr. Backer and of Gerard de Lairesse. Had first 
been a pupil of Joh. Georg Stuhr, at Hamburg, M-E. 

1485. The painter by himself (?) Half length figure, turned towards 
the left, a palet in his hand. 

C 3614 by 29^ in., nat. size. 

Purchased at the sale of Jhr. W. Gockinga, Amsterdam 1883. 

1486. Job Siewerts. Half length, nearly full face. 

C. 22^ by 1914 in., ^^^ 

h. h. 414 in. Signed X7*^"^ /"** OC 

and dated at the bottom // A ., /' /j/,r»^* «-***» 

to the left: <t\a0lCilietZAt */ (/WIS . 9/)$ . 

and aetatis fuae a jj— ^-* ^** / ^— 

Formerly in the " Rijpenhofje" (convent of beguines). 
Lent by the Mennonite Church of Amsterdam, 1899. 

1487. Gozewijn Centen with his wife and two of his sons. 

Half length figures represented in a park. 

C* 37% by 63% in-, h. f. 6 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: C 

Lubienietzki jy 21. Same source as No* i486. 

1488. Arent van Buren (1670 — 1721). Rear-admiral. Half length 
figure in armour turned towards the right. 

C. 40% by 33 Vi in., nat size. Signed at the bottom to the right: C. 
Lubienietski 17 21. Presented by Mr. J. Fabius, 1891. 

1489. Sabina Agneta d'Acquet (1675 — 1726). Wife of the former. 

Half length figure, turned to the left. 

C. 40^ by 33 in. Signed to the left, on the socle of a vase: C. 
Lubienietski 1721. Same source as No. 1488. 

LUNDENS (Gerrit), baptized at Amsterdam 27 September 1622, was 
still living in i677r Brother-in-law of Abraham van derHecke. 

1490. Portrait of a young man, seen to the shoulders <^ 
Inside of a lid of a box made out of a "doppelthaler" '''*!* 
of Gustavus-Adolphus. "%r 

Diam. 1^ in., h. h. 1 in. Signed: V» 

From the collection D. van der Kellen, Junior, 1873. • 

1491. Portrait of an old woman, seen to the shoulders. Companion 
to No. 1490. Painted on the reverse of a medal struck q, 

in commemoration of the battle of Nieuwpoort. f^ 

Diam. 1^ in., h. h. I in. Signed: ***** 

Same source as No. 1490. ^ 



20 4 LUNDENS. 



1492. A lover's visit. A young woman is surprised by the visit 
of a young man. 

Horn ov. convex, probably the cover of a box, 3^ by 2% in., h. f. seated, 2 in. 
Presented to the Dutch Museum from an anonymous donor, by Dr. C. 
Hofstede de Groot. 

LYON (Jacob), was born in 1586 or 1587 at Amsterdam, where he 
died after 1644, perhaps in 165 1. 

1493. The company of Captain Jacob Pietersz. Hooghkamer 
and of Lieutenant Pieter Jacobsz. van Rijn, in 1628. The 

figures of -the 19 members of the civic guard are full length, 
standing in one line, facing the spectator. They are represented 
in a room at the further end of which is seen, hanging against 
the wall, the picture of Dirck Barentsz (see No. 428). 

C. 2 yds 28 in. by 5 yds 8 in,, nat. size. Signed and dated at the top 
to the left: ANNO 1620 A : LONT. (The name, in being re-written at 
a later date, has been inaccurately copied). From the "Doelen" of the 
cross-bowmen. Formerly in the large hall of the Court-Martial in the old 
Town-Hall of Amsterdam. Lent, by the town since 1885. 

1494. Prince Maurice of Orange, bust, turned towards the right. 
Copy after M. J.. van Miereveld. 

. COP. 4 | 4 by 314 in., h. h. 2 in. A des Tombe bequest, 1903. 

1495. Prince Frederick-Henry of Orange. Bust, facing the right. 
A copy after M. J. van Miereveld. 

COP. 4% by 31/4 in., h. h. 2 in. 

On the back of the plate, the engraved signature: y<icob Lyon. 

Companion to the preceding No. Same source as No. 1494. 

MAAREL (Marius van der), born 1 September 1857 at the Hague, 
where he is living at present. E. 

1496. A fisherman's wife. (Study of a head). 

C. 15^4 by 1 1^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left : van der Maarel, 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, n£e Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

MAAS (Dirk), was born 12 September 1656 at Harlem and died there 
25 December 171 7. Was a pupil of Hendrick Mommers, of Nic. 
Berchem and of Jan van Huchtenburg. Sojourned in England. E-M. 

1497. William III, King of England, at the chase with his retinue. 

C. 24% by 35 in., h. f. on horseback, 6^4 in. The same subject, with the 
figures drawn life-size, is in the palace of the Loo. 
Lent by Mr. C. Schoffer, 1902. 

MABUSE (Jan Gossaert van), born about 1470 at Maubeuge; died 
shortly after June 1533, at Antwerp, where he had studied under 
Quinten Massys. From 1510 to 1512 he was in Italy; worked 
at Middelburg and Utrecht. B. 

1498. Philip of Burgundy (?) Bishop of Utrecht (15 17—1524), bust, 
the face seen three-quarters, wearing a black baret. 

^* I 5 I 4 by ll *k i"«» n « I 1 - 6 in. Wrongly signed: L. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 180S. 



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MAES (Jan Baptist Lodewijk), born 30 September 1794, at Ghent; 
died at Rome in 1856. Pupil of his father, Canini Maes. 

1499. The good Samaritan. 

C. 2 yds 27 in. by 2 yds 7 in., nat. size. Signed: y. B. Maes Roma 1823. 
Purchased at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1826. 

MAES (Nicolaes), born at Dordrecht in November 1632, buried at 
Amsterdam, 24 December 1693; settled in the latter town from 
1673. Studied under Rembrandt. Visited Antwerp. 

1500. Six of the principal members of the Surgeons 9 Guild 
at Amsterdam, seated round a table, facing the spectator; one 
of the figures is standing. Their names are: Mr. Jan Coenerding, 
Pieter Muyser, Isaac Hartman, Gerrit Verhul, Allardus Cyprianus, 
and Goverd Bidloo. 

C. 51% in. by 2 yds 5 in., nat. size. Formerly attributed to Jacob Backer. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since. 1885. 

1501. Asking a blessing. An old woman, in the attitude 
of prayer, seated behind a table on which food is spread. 
Half length figure, seen full face. 

C S 23 k by 44% i n «i na t« size. 

Signed in red on the table cloth, to the right: 

Engraved by C. Ed. Taurel and Henriette de Vries. Bequeathed 

by Mr. A. Lacoste, of Dordrecht, to the Society " Felix Mentis", 

Amsterdam 1821, which, on its dissolution, presented it to the o ° 

town of Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum, since 1889. /? /r^\ 

1502. Dreaming. A young girl is resting her elbows on a 
window frame, the open shutter of which is painted red and 
around which wind the 

branches of an apricot tree. 

C. 48% by 37^ in., nat. size. 





Signed on the window ledge : 
Engraved by J. P. Lange. 
From the province of Gro- 
ningen. Acquired in 1829. 



N.MA 



1503. An old woman spinning. She is bending over her spinning 
wheel to tie her thread ; in the background a white washed wall, 
on part of which a strong shadow is thrown. * f* 

O. 16^ by 1 314 in., h. f. seated, 9 in. V N ( \ Pc N^ 

Signed on an earthenware pot: | \J " | V* 

Acquired from Jhr. Goll van Fran eke nstein, Amsterdam 1833. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1504. An old woman spinning. Seated in a large room, near a 
table covered with a red cloth. She appears entirely absorbed 
in her occupation. 
C. 25 by 22 in., 'h. f. seated, 11^ in. 
Signed to the right at the bottom: 
Engraved by W. Unger and L. Lowen-' 
stam. Sale P. Beelaerts van Blokland, 1826. Cabinet T- Rombouts, 1850. 
L. Dupper Wz., bequest 1870. 



-N.M^S. 



206 



MAES. 





1506. Marten Meulenaer. Bust, turned 
towards the left. 

C. 17^ by 13% in., h. h. 4^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van der 
Poll, 1880. 

1509. CorneHs Evertsen (1642— 1706). 

Lieutenant-admiral, seen to the knees, clad in armour, nearly 
full face ; in the right hand he holds the commander's staff. In the 
distance a naval battle. 

C. 58*4 by 48^ in., nat. 
size. Signed to the left 
at the bottom: 
Part of the collection de 
Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 

1507. Willem Pottey (1666— 1694), seen to 
the knees, standing near a column. 

C. 24 by 1 9^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Same source as No. 1506. 

1508. Sara Pottey ( 1 65 1 — 1 706). Sister of 
the former. Seen to the knees, seated 

in a park. 

C. 24 by 19% in., h. h. 4% in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Same source as No. 1506. 

1511. Belichje Hulft (1656-1714). 
Wife of Gerard Rover. Bust, nearly 
full face. 

C. 17% by 13ft in., h. h. 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de 
Poll, 1885. 

1512. Hendrik Wynands. (Copy). Companion to the following No. 
Bust length. 

C. 17^ by 13ft in., h. h. 4% in. 

Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

1518. Aeltje Denys. Wife of the former. (Copy). Bust. 

C. 1714 by 13*4 in., h. h. 4^ in. Same source as No. 1512. 

MALO (Vincent), born at Cambray about 1600; died 

at Rome at the age of 45. A pupil of David *"**V 
Teniers the elder, at Antwerp. Visited Italy. \ 

1614. A party of villagers in front of an inn. jlN^* 

O. \6\ by 20% in., h. f. 8^ in. 

Signed on a stone bottle: 

Sale Bicker van Swieten, 174 1. From the National 

Museum, the Hague 1808. 




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1515. Jesus at the home of Martha and Mary, seated in a 
court-yard; ki the corner a study of still — — - — 
Hfe composed of game and fish. WV 

C. 58^ in. by 2 yds 19 in,, nearly nat. size. dt\.y\—r 



Signed to the left on the handle of a pail: 
Acquired in 1883. 



MANCINI (Antonio), born at Rome, 14 November 1852; pupil of 
D. Morelli at Naples, and later of H. W. Mesdag. Studied in 
Paris and London ; is at present living in his native town. 

1516. Poor thing! A little girl standing desolate in a naked room; 
mice are running about the floor. 

C. 58^ by 32 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: A. Mancini. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

MARIS (Jacobus Hendricus), born at the Hague, 25 August 1S37 ; 
died at Carlsbad, 7 August 1899. Pupil of Huib. van Hove, of 
J. Stroebel and of Louis Meyer. Worked for some time at the 
Academy of Antwerp and at Paris. Afterwards settled in his 
native town. E. 

1517. View of a Dutch town on a canal under a grey sky. Numerous 
vessels are lying along the quay. 

C. 34 by 50^ in. Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1887. 

1518. View of a harbour. In the foreground the suburbs of a town and, 
in the middle distance, the arches of a stone bridge over a canal. 
C. ioJ/i by 3 1 \ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : y. Maris, Presented 
by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

1518. River view. A very large stream, the bank of which can be 
scarcely distinguished in the background of the picture. Gloomy 
weather with a very cloudy sky. 

C. 19 by 30% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: J. Maris, 
Same source as No. 15*8. 

1519a. Monk at his devotions. Seen in profile, facing the left, 
kneeling in front of his desk. Painted in 1864. 
COP. 8% by 6 in., h. f. 6^ in. Signed at the bottom in the centre: 
y. J7. Maris /. 64. The Nos. 1519a to 1519V have been lent to the 
Museum by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, since 1904. 

16 19b. The young mother, seated in a drawingroom ; she is preparing 
to give the breast to her child, which is lying on her lap, its 
lower limbs quite bare. Painted in 1868. 

M. 11% by 914 in., h. f. 8% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: J. Maris 1868. See No. 1519a. 

1519c. Tired out. A young mother has fallen asleep in her chair, 
her face is entirely hidden in the shadow. Her child is asleep 
in the cradle standing at her feet. Painted in 1869. 

C. 1 6^ by 24 in., h. h. 2^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: J. Maris f i86q. See No. 1519a. 




2o8 MARIS. 



1519d. A mill with part cut off. Skirting the bank of a canal seen 
lengthways, runs a road leading to a bridge across another 
stream. Along the road are a few red-roofed houses, and in 
the centre, of the picture a mill, the top part of which is cut off 
by the frame. An old woman is close to the bridge intending 
to cross it. The deep shadows form a strong contrast with the sky. 
Painted in 1872. 

C. 1 7^ by 44.14 in., h. f. 2 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: y. Maris 1872. See No. 1519a. 

1519e. The " Schreyerstoren" (tower) at Amsterdam, in dull 

weather, with a view of the houses and the quay along the Y. 

Several boats are moored at the quay. A grey sky. Painted about 1874: 

C. 9^ by 14% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: J. Maris, 
See No. 1519a. 

1519f. The draw-bridge. A horse and a cart are crossing the bridge, 
which is seen in its whole length, painted in white. To the right 
appear the red roofs of some buildings. A sky with big white 
clouds. Painted in 1875. 

C. 1 1^1 by 9 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519g. The wooden bridge, laid over a small stream running between 
two rows of houses in the poor part of a village. Painted about 1878. 

M. 8^d by 11 in., h. f. 2.\ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 

1519h. The " Schreyerstoren", surrounded by buildings. To the 
right the waters of the Y. A dull sky with large white clouds. 
Aii afternoon scene. Sketch painted about 1880. The same 
subject as No. 15196. 

C. 10^ by 14 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

15191 View of a canal at night. On the right of the picture a 
cluster of trees sheltering a house standing near a bridge over 
the canal. A few leafless trees scattered about. In the distance 
the isolated lights of the street-lamps. 
C. 12 by 17^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519k. The old house. Bij the side of a stone bridge is seen the 
entrance of a street; on the right the frontage of a house of 
the XVII century. In the foreground a stream with a man in 
a boat who is talking to a woman. A grey sky. Painted in 1883. 

C. 1814 by 12^ in., h. f. 2 in. Signed at the back to the left: y. Maris, 
See No. 1519a. 

15191. The return of the boat. On the seashore a man mounted 
on a horse with his back turned to the spectator, is waiting the 
arrival of a fishing boat which is seen approaching under full 
sail. He is accompanied by several fishermen and women. A 
high greyish sky and rough waves. Painted in 1884. 

C. 50 by 37% in., h. f. 17 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 



1520. Will™ Maria. 



[548. H. W. Mesdag. 



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1519m. Landscape. A fairly large stream between thick bushwood and 
willows on which lies a boat. A few clouds brightly tinted by 
the light of the setting sun. Painted about 1886. 
M. 8 by 11 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519n. Gathering shells. Masses of heavy clouds, brightly illuminated, 
appear to advance from the horizon towards the spectator. In 
the centre, on the wet sands, two men are seen at work by the 
side of two carts each drawn by a horse. In the distance two fishing 
boats. Painted in 1888. 

C. 44 by 50% in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 

1519 0. A little girl at the piano, seen with her back turned towards 
the spectator. The background is formed by a tapestry of 
verdure. Sketch. 
C. 16% by 14*4 in., h. f. seated, 10^4 in. See No. 1519a. 

1519p. Summer. In the deep shadows of a cluster of tufted trees 
planted around a cottage and which are reflected in the water, 
two men are engaged mooring their boat. A sky with heavy 
masses of white clouds, coloured by the evening sun. 
Painted in 1889. 

C. 23^4 by 16 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: y. Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 

1519q. Evening on the shore. Dark clouds tinged with purple by 
the rays of the setting sun throw their reflexions in the pools 
left on the shore by the retreating waves. A shell gatherer is 
seen at work near his cart. Painted in 1890. 

C. 19 by 35^ in., h. f. 2\ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 

1519r. View in the neighbourhood of the Hague. A small canal 
with green banks at the beginning of a suburb. To the left an 
old house and to the right a small cluster of willows by the side 
of the water. A grey and cloudy sky. Painted in 1891. 
C. 17^4 by 1 8^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519s. The towing path. A man on horseback moving away from 
the spectator is seen on the towing path by the side of a canal 
which runs towards the right. On the opposite side a few small 
houses blend with the green of the meadows. A threatening sky, 
presaging a thunderstorm. An evening effect. Painted in 1894. 

C. 19^4 by 3 life in., h. f. on horseback, 6^4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the. left: y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519t. View of a town, lying on the opposite bank of a large stream. 
To the left a few old houses with boats moored alongside. The 
sun, breaking through heavy clouds, makes the water sparkle. 
Painted in 1898. 

C. 3^% by 66% in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 

1519U. In a haze. A group of houses at Amsterdam by the waterside, 
seen on a misty day. Painted in 1899. 
C. *]\ by 9^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: y. Maris. See No. 1519a. 



2io MARIS. 



1519v. The mill ; moonlight scene. A mill by the side of a road 
leading to a bridge. In the distance a few houses and, at intervals, 
the glowing lights of the street-lamps. The moon is on the point 
of breaking through the clouds. This picture, painted in 1899, 
is the last work of the artist. 

C. 19^ by 16 in., h. f. i^d in. Signed at the bottom to the right : J, Maris. 
See No. 1519a. 

MARIS- (Matthijs), was born at the Hague in 1839, studied at the 
Academy of Antwerp; spent some time in Germany and from 
1872 has been living in London. E. L. 

1519w. Madame F. Troussard, born Maris, standing, seen to the 
knees, the face slightly turned towards the left. 

C. 21^4 by 18 in., h. h. 6 in. Lent by Mr. Simon Maris, 1904. 

MARIS (Willem), born 18 February 1844 at the Hague, where he 
is at present living. Studied under Jacob and Matthijs Maris. E. 

1520. Cows near a ditch. By the side of the streamlet a row of willows. 

C. 19 by 40*4 in., h. animal 3% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Willem 
Maris. Engraved by Graadt van Roggen. Presented by the Dowager 
Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van PaUandt. 

1520a. Cows in a meadow. In the foreground near a pond two 
cows, the one brown, the other black; in the distance a mill. 
The light coming down from the high and .burning sky is 
peculiarly vivid. 

C. 34 by 42% in., h. animal 5% in. Signed to the left: Willem Maris. 
Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, of London, 1903. 

152(H). Cows in the high grass near a pond. A sunlight effect. 

C- l 5*k by 21 in., h. animal, 4 in. Signed to the right: Willem Maris. 
Same source as No. 1520 a. 

MARNE (Jean Louis de), called Demarnette, born at Brussels' 
7 March 1744; died at Paris, 24 March 1829. E. 

1521. Italian landscape. In the centre a fountain at which women 
lead cattle to drink. 

C. 19^ by 26 in., h. f. 4^ in. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

MARRELLUS (Jacob), was probably born at Frankendahl in 1614 ; 
died at Frankfort, 11 November 1681. In 1634 he was working 
at Utrecht, where he was married in 1641. He returned to this 
town in 1664, with his pupil Abraham Mignon, and settled there 
as a dealer in works of art. 

1522. Flowers. Tulips, roses, anemones and other flowers arranged 
in a small vase, the foot of which is in the form of a claw; by 
the side a dead frog. 

O- l S*k by 11^ in., real size. iMoavj MarruwS Jif«T\£<tck 
Signed at the bottom: s 

Presented by Mr. H. W. Mesdag, * Awo* / 6 "\ 4 . 

1883. 

MARSEUS VAN SCHRIECK (Otto), born at Nimeguen m 1619 
or 1620; buried at Amsterdam, 22 June 1678. He resided in 
Italy, England and France and at last settled near Amsterdam. 



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1523. A forest scene, with lezards, butterflies and various insects. 

C. 30 by 24^ in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

From the collection van der Colff van Hoogeveen, 

Delft 1882. 



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MARTENS (Willy), born in 1856 in the island of Java; worked at 
Paris and resides now at the Hague. 

1534. The holy family. Mary is nursing the holy Infant, while 
Joseph is at work by her side. 

C. 52^ by 65 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: Willy 
Martens F 88. D. Franken Dz., bequest, 1898. 

MARTINET (Louis), was born in 18 10 at Paris and died there in 
1894. Pupil of A. J. Gros. 

1525. A study of fruit. Grapes, peaches and strawberries disposed 
on a table among flowers. 

Poplar ov. 12% by 9% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: L. Martinet, 
Acquired from the artist in 1853. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

MARTSEN THE YOUNGER (Jan), born at Harlem towards 1609, 
died after 1644. He fixed his resi- 
dence at Amsterdam, where he 
was married in 1633. E. 

1525a. A cavalry charge. In the 

foreground a horseman having 
been overthrown by another. 

O. 29^ by 39% in., h. h. 1^ in. 
Signed to the right, on a tree: 
Purchased in 1904. 

MASCHHAUPT, Junior (Jan Hendrik), born 20 November 1826 
at Amsterdam, where he died 31 May 1903. Was a member 
of the committee of the Rijks Museum. 

1526. Jhr* Archibald-Jan van de Poll (1800 — 1870). Seated in 
an armchair, seen to the knees. 

C. 4914 by 37^ in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 
1880. In the store-room. 

1527. Jhr. Jacobus-Salomon-Hendrik van de Poll (1837— 1880). 
Son of the former. Presented to the Museum the collection 
which bears his name. Seen to the knees, standing near a chair. 
C. 50 by 38% in., nat. size. Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll bequest, 1880. 

MASSYS or METSYS (Cornells), was born about 151 1, at 
Antwerp; died in that town after 1580. Was a pupil of his 
father, Quinten Massys. B. 

1528. The parable of the prodigal son* The scene represented is 
his return to his father's house. Mountainous scenery. . Q 

O. 29ft by 3914 in., h. f. 15^ in. * 5 * 

Signed to the right about the centre, on a stone: 

Bought from Mr. P. Ver Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam 1885. °* ^ 




212 MASSYS. 



MASSYS (Quinten), born at Louvain or at Antwerp in 1460; died 
in the latter town between 13 July and 16 September 1530. 
Admitted as a member to the Guild of painters at Antwerp in 1491. 

1529. The Virgin and Child. (From the studio of Quinten Massys). 

The Virgin, sitting on a marble throne, kisses the Child. 

O. 30^ b y 2 $*k in -» h - h - M ary, 5% in. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1530. Desiderius Erasmus (1467— 1536). Half length figure, the face, 
almost in profile, is turned towards the right. Represented in the 
act of writing. Ancient copy. 

O. 15% by 10^4 in., h. h. 5 in. According to Mr. Bredius, the original 
portrait is in the possession of Count Stroganoflf, of St. Petersburg. 
Same source as No. 1529. 

MAST (Herman van der), born at Brielle; studied under Frans 
Floris at Antwerp and Frans Francken; resided some time in 
France, where he was ennobled, and settled at last at Delft, where 
he was still living in 1600. _ 

1531. Portrait of a man of quality. Half length l«4 A S T 
figure, turned towards the right; the right hand * v 

resting on the hip. § £ A -* 

O. 36 by 29 in., nat. size. / 5 Q / 

Signed in the background to the left : -_ - 

and dated: iETA : SVjE 33. Lent by Mr. J. P. R. -^r* 

M. de Neree van Babberich, 1899. "Z? 

1532. Portrait of a lady of -rank. Companion to the preceding No. 
Half length figure, j^ 

turned towards the Ar "TH A * C \ / ft ~7 /L • 
left; in her hand -T- 1 S\ ' & V^X- ^ *± 

a chain intended for a waistband. |^ y| 

O. 36 by 29 in., nat. size. Signed in the back- * 1 if 1 

ground to the right: 

and signed: — ^ 

Same source as No. 1531. \ C^ \J *" / • 

MAUVE (Anton), born at Zaandam, 18 Sep- ' „ ^ 

tember 1838; died at Arnhem, 5 February ^ rr ^ ' 

1888. Pupil of Pieter Frederik van Os. E. ^ « 

1533. The putting to sea of a fishing boat. (Sketch). 

C. on (). 1 1 \ by 17^ in., h. animal 3^ in. Signed at the bottom to the 
right: A. M. Presented by G. P. Rouffaer, 1891. 

1534. Milking time. A peasant is driving cows to the spot where 
they are to be milked. 

C. 69 by 46 in., h. animal 23^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: A. Mauve f. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

1534a. Heath near Laren. Over the uneven ground of a sandy patch, 
a shepherd is leading his flock towards the verdant heath in the 
centre of which rises a little pine wood. A grey cloudy sky. 

C 3 Ql /i by 41 in., h. sheep 2% in. Signed to the right: A Mauve f. 
Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, London 1903. 



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1534b. A cottage by a sandy lane. In the immediate foreground, 
a peasant is loading a cart drawn by a white horse ; to the right 
a row of trees. 

C. 14^ by 20 in., h. f. 1^4 in. Signed to the right: A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534c. Horses drinking. In a meadow two horses, with their back 
turned towards the spectator, are seen drinking at a pond. One 
is white, the other black, the latter mounted by a young boy. 
To the left a row of willows, and overhead a toneless whitish sky. 
C. 15 by 23^4 in., h. animal 6 in. Signed to the left: A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534d. Rural scenery. By the side of a narrow stream which loses 
itself in the distance, half hidden by the trees, are a few cottages; to 
the right another clump of trees. A low sky, greyish and full of clouds. 
C. 14^ by 20 in. Signed to the right : A. Mauve f. Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534e. Snow scene in the woods of Scheveningen. Advancing 
from a very wide avenue covered with snow, a man is pushing 
his sledge towards the foreground. 

C. \%\ by I2 1 /! in., h. f. 7.\ in. Signed to the right: A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534f. Study of a cow. A red cow seen from the. flank, standing 
out against very dark foliage. 

C. 19^ by 12V4 in., h. animal 8 in. Signed to the right : Studio A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534g. Study of a horse. In a meadow near a gate a brown horse 
is standing with its back to the spectator. A heavy stormy sky. 
C. 10 by 13 in., h. f. 7 in. Signed to the right: A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

1534h. The studio of the painter Pieter Frederik van Os 

(1808 — 1892). Near the high chimney piece a young man is 
in a kneeling posture, looking over the drawings in a port-folio. 
(The furniture and wainscoting of this studio are at present in 
the room of antiquities at the Town-Hall of Harlem). 
C. \Q>\ by 24 in., h. f. kneeling 7 in. Signed to the right: A. Mauve. 
Same source as No. 1534a. 

MEER de Delft (Johannes van der), see Vermeer, p. 349. 

MEER the Younger (Jan van der), baptized 29 November 1656 
at Harlem, where he died 28 May 1705. Was a pupil of his 
father, Jan van der Meer, the elder, and of Nic. Berchem. 
Lived at Harlem. E. 

1535. A sleeping shepherd. He is lying at the foot of an oak, 
with his dog standing near him, watching a few / 

sheep and several lambs. / 

C. 25^ by 32^ in., h. f. 5% in. ^ 

Signed on a sheet of paper: ^C^^^^/TX/' 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. "* *^_y~^ — ~* 

MEERHOUT (Johan), supposed to have been living at Gorinchem. 
Worked in the second half of the XVII century. 



2i 4 MEERHOUT. 



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1536. Landscape. Mountainous 
scenery with high trees, 
a castle and ruins. 
C. 44 by 6 1 in. Signed at 

the bottom to the right: i j ** *• 

Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, V^/ ) & f *> 

1880. ^ B *^ ' X 

MEERMAN (Hendrik), worked at Amsterdam in the first half of 
the XVII century and was still living in 1650. 

1537. Antonius Antonides van der Linden (1570—1633). Rector 
of the school of ancient languages, at Utrecht. Half length 
figure, standing, facing the right. 

* ^Ztoflti £•£»£ MORIENTW IMAGO 

and his coat of arms. Engraved by *p np a "TT C 7 AM I/' ?3 
W. J. Delff. Presented byjhr. Victor >fe- A-/^ * D 5 . /-YIN. ;t>J3 
de Stuers, 1891. 

1538. Sara Sweerts de Weert. Second wife of the preceding. 
Seated, seen to the knees. 

O. 34^i hy 24^ in., nat. size. Dated at the top to the right: jETATIS 
58 AN<> 1636, and her coat of arms. Same source as No. 1537. 

MERCK (Jacobus Fransz. van der), born at 's Gravendeel, died in 
September 1664 at Leyden, where he had fixed his residence in 1658. 
Before that date worked at Delft, Dordrecht and the Hague. 

1539. A family group composed of the father, mother and daughter. 
Figures painted to the knees. 

C. 58*4 in. by 2 yds 4% in., nat. size. 
Signed to the left, on a baluster: 
Presented by Mr. A. J. Ensched6, 1874. 
In the store-room. 

MESDACH (Salomon), worked at Middelburg in the beginning of 

the XVII century. 
1539a. Willem Courten (1 581 — 1630). Son of Margarita Cassier. 

As a youth, full length figure, nearly full face, the right hand 

resting on a table. (See No. 207). 

C. 2 yds 2\ in. by 43 in., nat. size. Signed to the left on the table : A° 1617. 

Bequeathed by Jhr. Mr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

1540. Jacob Pergens, seen to the knees, turned to the right, standing 
near a table. 

O. 38 by 30 in., nat. size. Dated to the left, in the background : AN° 16 19. 
Same source as No. 1539a. 

1541. Anna Boudaen Courten (1559— 162 1). Wife of the former. 
Seen to the knees, turned towards the left, standing near a table, 
wearing a high-crowned black hat. 

O. 38 by 30 in., nat. size. Dated in the background to the right; AN° 16 19. 
Same source as No. 1539a. 

1542. Portrait of a member of the family Boudaen Courten, seated 
in an armchair, seen to the knees, turned slightly towards the right. 
O. 41 14 by 29 in., nat. size. Dated to the right in the background: A° 1620, 
Same source as No. 1539a. 



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MESDACH. 215 



1543. Hortensia del Prado (—1627). Married first Jean Fourmenois 
(see No. 971) and secondly Pieter Courten (see No. 212). Bust, 
slightly turned to the left. 

O. 29*4 by 24 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1539a. 

1544. Magarita Courten (1564— ). First married to Matthias 
Boudaen and afterwards to Jean de Moncey. Standing near a 
table, seen to the knees, nearly full face, wearing a large black hat. 

O. 41 by 29^ in., nat. size. Dated in the background: AN 1623. 
Same source as No. 1539a. 

1545. Pieter Boudaen Courten (1594 — 1663). Seen to the knees, 
standing near an armchair, turned towards the right. 

O. 4 1 14 by 29*4 in., nat. size. Dated to the left in the background : iETATIS 
SViE 25, A<> 1 61 9. Same source as No. 1539a. 

1546. Catharina Fourmenois (1598 — 1665). Wife of the former. 
Seen to the knees, standing near an armchair, turned to the left. 
(See No. 975). 

O. 4 1 14 by 29^ in., nat. size. Dated in the background, to the right: jETATI# 
SViE 21 Ao 1619. Same source as No. 1539a. 

MESDAG (Hendrik Willem), born at Groningen 23 February 1831. 
Studied under Willem Roelofs and Laurens Alma Tadema, at 
Brussels. Is living at the Hague. E - L. 

1547. View of the shore at Scheveningen, in snowy weather. 
Several boats are on the sands, with horses to pull them up. 

C. 24% by 51% in., h. f. 2% in. Signed in the foreground to the left: H. 
W. Me s dag 1874. Purchased in 1874. 

1548. A calm sea. In the foreground a boat at anchor and in the 
middle distance a few fishingsmacks. 

C. 48% by 38% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: H. W. Mesdag. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

1549. The lighthouse at Scheveningen. Moonlight view of the sea. 

C. 29V1 by 32^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : H. W. Mesdag. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1902. 

1549a. On the shore near Scheveningen. A calm sea on which 
four fishing-boats with stack sails are lying at anchor. Some women 
standing on the wet sands are gazing out to sea. A clear sky. 
C 45^ by 3 life in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: U. 
W. Mesdag, Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, 1904. 

1550. Count Menno David van Limburg Stirum (1807— 1891). 
Lieutenant-general and minister of war. Bust, slightly turned 
towards the right. 

C. 32*4 by 29ft in., nat. size. Signed in the background to the right : H. W. 
Mesdag 20 Aug. 1874. Bequeathed by count M. D. van Limburg Stirum, 1891. 

1551. Maria Hermina Heemskerk. Wife of the former. Bust, turned 
towards the right. 

C. 33 by 2914 in., nat. size. Signed in the background to the left : IT. W. 
Mesdag i88j. Same source as No. 1550. 

MESDAG VAN HOUTEN (Sientje), born at Groningen 23 December 
1834. Wife of the painter H. W. Mesdag. Formed her style 
through continuous intercourse with Dutch and foreign artists. E. 



216 MESDAG-VAN HOUTEN. 



1552. A study of still life. Gourds and melons. 

C. 27% by 35^ in., real size. Signed at the bottom to the right : S. Mesdag 
van Houten. Bought at a sale for the benefit of the Society "Pulchri 
Studio", the Hague 1900. 

METSU (Gabriel), born at Leyden in 1629 or 1630, where he 
became probably one of Gerard Dou's pupils; towards 1650 he 
took up his residence at Amsterdam, where he was buried 
24 October 1667. -\ 

1552a. The blacksmith. An armourer, assisted /7 k/t Pfrc% I 
by his apprentice, is forging a piece of iron. WJ Iv/jjj) 

C. 40 by 33% in., h. f. 22% in. / / 

Signed at the bottom to the right: ^^ 

Collections Hollitscher, Berlin, and Baron de Beurnonville, Paris, 1881. 

Purchased at Paris through the Rembrandt Society, 1904. 

1553. The breakfast. A woman seated at a table furnished with food, 
holds in one hand a glass and in the other a small jug; behind 
the table, is a young man partaking of the meal. 

C. on O. 14% by 12 in., h. h. i\ in. >»-\ 

Signed at the top: (* x a J^ **J 

Engraved by D. J. Sluyter and W. Unger. J / {/jJPjT £5 11, 

Acquired at the sale of Mrs. Lormier, *~~ s»^ T V ^ ^ **-* * - V' 
the Hague 1763. Collection van Heteren, 1809. 

1554. The old toper, seated near a cask, holding a pipe in one hand 
and a beer- jug in the other. 

O. 8^ by 7 in., h. h. 2 in. Engraved by P. Velijn, J. P. Lange and 
J. A. Boland. Sales Pieter de Smeth, 1810; Croese, 181 1 and Gerrit 
Muller, 1827, all held at Amsterdam. 

1555. An old woman in meditation. Lying on her knees is a large 
book and in her right hand she holds a pair of spectacles. 

O. \o\ by 8% in., h. h. 1^ in. S*~S. . . 

Signed at the bottom: ( \ JV /I fl W C~ £,(/ 

Formerly in the possession of the family van \jrj / y \/U *^ 
der Feltz, of Oosterbeek. Was in 1842 in the ' — ' 
possession of the Reverend van de Velde at Arnhem. Purchased in 1880. 

1556. The sportsman's present. In a comfortably furnished apart- 
ment, a sportsman seated opposite to a lady, with his dog by 
his side, is presenting her with a partridge. x^v 

C. 20 by 19 in., h. f. \o\ in. (/ hAjik^ U 

Signed to the left, on the wall: / J 

Sale of Jhr. Goll van Frankenstein, Amsterdam 1843. ^^ 

Collection van der Hoop. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1557. In a kitchen. A woman seated near the pump is eating a 

herring, sharing f the dainty with her cat. 

O. 1314 by \o\ in., h. h. \\ in. f*\ m 

Signed at the top, in the centre: \ i A A ft CT / / 

From Mrs. Messchert van ^Vollenhoven, ^» /v! V/l *? * 

born van Lennep, of Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town since 1892, 




METTLING. 217 



METTLING (Louis), born at Dijon in 1847, died in 1904. Worked 
at Neuilly. Pupil of Alexandre Cabanel. 

1558. The cavalier. A study. Young man wearing a cuirass. 

C 32% by 26 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left : L. Mettling. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

1559. Head of a young girl. Profile turned towards the right. 

C. 18 by 15^ in., nat. .size. Signed at the bottom to the left: L. Mettling. 
Same source as No. 1558. 

MEULEMANS (Adriaan), born at Rotterdam, 24 August 1766; 
died at the Hague, 30 May 1835. Pupil of Michiel Versteegh, 
at Dordrecht. 

1560. An old woman reading. A candle light scene. 

O. 10 by 8 in., h. h. 3 14 in. Signed at the top to the right: A. Meule- 

mans fecit. Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1561. View of a kitchen by lamplight. 

O. 19^ by 15^4 in. Signed at the bottom: A. Meulemans fecit i8iy. 
Acquired by Mr. P. M. Keslerin 181 7. Presented by Mr. J. Kesler P. Mz. in 1877. 

MEULEN (Francis Pieter ter), born at Bodegraven, 9 March 1843; 
has studied under J. J. van de Sande Bakhuyzen and is at 
present living at the Hague. 

1562. In the wood. A little cart with a white horse in the foreground 
and a peasant gathering sticks. 

C. 34^4 by 26^4 in., h. animal 1 life in. Signed to the right: ter Meulen. 
Engraved by H. M. Krabbe. Purchased at an exhibition held at Amster- 
dam in 1886. 

MEULENER (Peeter), was baptized 18 February 1602 at Antwerp 
and died there 27 November 1654. 

1563. A landscape with figures, persons of rank and peasants 
mixed. Originally the top of a harpsichord. 

Peartree 20 by 68% / / >| t N" 

in. Signed at the <P. MEVL £W£R. • /6^T d 
bottom to the left : J • J K C V *~ *~ IN ^ JX " 

Acquired at Schoonhoven in 1883. 

MEURANT (E.). See Murant, p. 234. 

MEYER (Jan de), his parents were married at Rotterdam, 31 July 
1680. He became dean of the St. Luke's guild of that town, 
9 October 17 17, and was still known in that capacity, 28 Sep- 
tember 1 74 1. 

1564. Dirck de Raet. Director of the E. s-^r a/[ 

. I. Company and Burgomaster of Rot- £ (j\ /(y\ L" L iO 
terdam. J-J e ('• ' c i c • 

C. ov. 32^ by 26^ in. Signed to the right : V. 

From the Offices of the E. I. Company, at 7 V 2. 2- • 

Rotterdam. See No. 2666. / 

MEYER (Hendrik de), born about 1620 at Rotterdam, where he 
died before 1690. 



2I 8 MEYER. 



1666. The surrender of the / , sgrr&l 

town of Hulst, on /%& OVW '4? , 



November 5** 1645, 

O. 37 by 61 in., h. f. 8% in. 
Signed on a paper: 
Purchased in 1806. From 
the National Museum, the 
Hague 1808. 






1566. The embarkation of Charles II, King of England, at 
Scheveningen, 33 May 1660. 

C. 20^ by 3014 in., h. f. 2ft in. f ^_^ ^ A 

the Hague 1808. V~- ^r •/ 

1667. The evacuation of the town of Breda by the Spanish 
troops, 10 October 1637, 

O. 34% by 61^1 in., h. f. 4 in. Sale Alberdingk Thym, etc., Amsterdam 1889. 

MEYER (Jan Hendrik Louis), born at Amsterdam, 9 March 1 809 ; 
died at Utrecht, 31 March 1866. Pupil of J. W. Pieneman. L - E. 

1668. Portrait of the artist himself, seated at his easel. 

C. 53ft by 47^ in., nat. size. Signed under the chair: Z. Meijer fecit /8j8. 
Bought in 1887. 

1569. A storm in the English channel. 

M. 25% by 34% in. Signed to the right in the water: Louis Meijer. 
Acquired in 1869. 

1670. In full sea. A sailing boat in the foreground and, in the 
distance, a three-master. 

C. 32^1 by 45^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : Louis Meijer fSj9* 
Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

1671. Along the coast. In the background a chain of mountains 
running along the coast. 

M. 9^ by 1 3 ft in. Signed at the bottom to the right: L. Meijer. 
Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

1672. Visit of queen Anna Paulowna, on board the Squadron 
commanded by Prince Henry of the Netherlands, lying 
in the harbour of Genoa. 

C. 39 by 56 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Louis Meijer 184J. 
Lent since 1896 by the heirs of the Grand Duchess of Saxe-Weimar, born 
Princess Sophia of the Netherlands. 

1673. Naval manoeuvres of the Squadron under command of 
Prince Henry of the Netherlands. 

C. 51% l n « by 2 yds 8 in. Signed to the right: Louis. Meijer 1847. 

1574. The taking of the town of Palembang, by Lieutenant- 
general Baron de Kock, 14 June i8ai. 

M. 29 ft by 37% in. Lent by the family de Kock, the Hague 1900. 

MICHAfiLIS (Gerrit Jan), born at Amsterdam in 1775, died at 
Harlem 31 October 1857. Pupil of Jurriaan Andriessen. E> 

1676. Afternoon. A landscape in Guelders, view near Arnhem. 
C. 20 by 24 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the right: G. J. M. 1814. 
Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1833. 



MICHAELIS. 219 



1576a. Jean Bernard (1765— 1833). Art collector and painter at 
Amsterdam. tl 

Pap. on O. %\ by (y\ in., h. h. z\ in. Signed to the left : G. J. M. 18—28. 
Bequeathed by Mr. Jean Bernard van Ysseldijk, 1904. 

MICHAUD (Hippolyte), born at Beaune in 1831, died 5 September 
1886; pupil of A. Devasge and of the school of Dijon. 

1576. At the theatre, A box and its occupants. 

C. II by 8^ in. Signed by the connected initials: // M. 
Bequeathed by D. Franken Dzn., 1898. 

1577. Little amateurs. In a painter's studio two naked children are 
looking over the drawings contained in a portfolio. 

O. 6^ by 5 \ in., h. f. standing, 4^ in. Signed on the back of the picture : //. 
Michaud Pinx /. Same source as No. 1576. 

1578. Resting after the bath. A study of the nude. 

Ca. 8ft by 6\ in., h. f. seated 4^ in. Same source as No. 1576. 

MIEREVELD (Michiel Jansz. van), was born 1 May 1567 at Delft, 
died there 27 June 1641. He studied under several masters, a. o. 
under Anthonie van Blockland. Lived principally in his native 
town but resided for some time at the Hague. 

1579. Prince William I of Orange (1533 — 1584). Standing, seen to 
the knees, turned slightly towards the right, the hands in the 
pockets of his robe, bordered with fur. A black skull cap on 
his head. ^^ * m f s* f 

c 44^ by 3314 in., "ffiicietn hula* /Q prsncifidle Comely 

nat. size. In the # — - ^J ^/ _ v, ( 

background to the r ^ e ^)l/schor ', fecitjvi. aJwtr&VCW . 
right is written: +S *J* 

11 I/is features have been reproduced by M van Mir eve Id from the original 
tainted by Cornells de ^ 

?££'& a oS2 %<&un Jla&ri ere rc£>£> 

table, the inscription : J£ Wl^/lS* 3&CtXG)V . 

"O Zeus, let not be V<* *+**%***' 

hidden before thy face, the man who is the cause of all these calamities f" 
Engraved by J. Houbraken, P. Tanje, J. P. Lange, J. F. C. Reckleben, 

D. Vrijdag and lithographed by F. H. Weissenbruch Dzn. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1580. Prince Philip-William of Orange (1567 — 1625). Standing, 
seen to the knees, turned towards the right. The right hand is 
resting on a walking stick. 

C. 48 by 41 £ in., nat. size. /VY ♦ MIEREVELD ♦ 

Signed to the right on a socle: 

Engraved by W. Jz. Delff and Jac. Matham. Same source as No. 1579. 

1581. Prince Maurice of Orange (1567 — 1625). Full length figure, 
turned towards the right, clad in gilt armour. 

0. 2 yds 1 5 in. by 5 7% in. , nat. size. ^ .. -m >f 

Signed at the bottom to the left : #V/m /Vm ¥T3T "D TTXTTTY T% 

Same source as No. 1579- 1V^ • i V LIILKlLVUJblJ ♦ 

1582. Prince Frederick-Henry of Orange (1584— 1647), in armour. 
Seen to the knees, standing near a table. 

C. 44% by 35 in., nat. size. Engraved by W. Jz. Delff, J. Houbraken 
and P. Tanj£. Same source as No. 1579. 



220 MIEREVELD. 



1583. Frederick V, elector palatine and King of Bohemia 

(1596 — 1632). Bust. 

O. 9^4 by 7 in., h. h. 4 in. Engraved by W. Jz. Delff. 
Purchased at the sale Lamberts, Amsterdam 1879. 

1584. Jacob Cats (1577 — 1660). Grand pensionary. Bust, slightly 
turned to the right, wearing a fur- s~fp a- J. * * £* 
trimmed robe. ^ytL oOiUbo %f>0* 

O. 27 by 23% in., nat. size. Signed and ^ - ^ ^ 

dated to the right in the background : /J m if) Q 4* 

Engraved by W. Jz. Delff, C. van Dalen, 

J. Houbraken and J. W. Kaiser. From the Jbf Afjp/k^r%Mpfi) 

National Museum, the Hague 1808. O//0- c^C^(//XVieUX 

1585. Jacob Cats, bust, turned towards the right. ^ • *• 

O. 26% by 22^4 in., nat. size. Signed and dated J^,iEQ,bU>> 01* 

to the left in the background: * 

Acquired in 1837. Van der Hoop collection. jfj® J /VjT (J . 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. -* * *-^ ^ 

1586. Johannes Wttenbogaert (1557- 1644). JA ji/tlzrc^cW. 

Pastor of the Wallon church at the Hague. 

Bust, turned towards the right. 

O. \i\ by 10^4 in., h. h. 4^4 in. Engraved by W. Jz. Delff. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1587. Johan van Oldenbarnevelt (1547 — 161 9). Advocate of the 
United-Provinces. Bust, turned to the right. 

O. 24^4 by 10^4 in., nat. size. Engraved by W. Jz. Delff, J. Houbraken 
and G. de Besliniere. Sale at Amsterdam, 5 June 1765. Same source 
as No. 1586. A duplicate of this portrait is in the Louvre. 

1588. Paulus van Berestyn (1548 — 1625), Burgomaster of Delft. 
Bust, turned to the right. 

O. 25^ by 20 in.', nat. size. Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters bequest, 1875. 

1589. Volckera Nicolai Duyst, called Knob- sg ^ 
bert (1554— 1634). Wife of the preceding. fj^todlS 6 3 



Bust, turned to the left. s 

O. 25 by 20 in., nat. size. ST" ^- 

Dated in the background to the right: jj ' J J y 

Same source as No. 1588. *-/ 

1590. Caecilia van Beresteyn (1589 — 1 661). Daughter of the two 
preceding, married first Cornelis Briels and secondly Pieter de 
Witte. Bust. See No. 1836. 

O. 28^ by 24 in., nat. size. 
Signed to the right in the 
background : 
Same source as No. 1588. 

1591. Henrick Hooft (1617— 1678). Burgomaster of Amsterdam. 
Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

O. 27^ by 23^ in., nat. size. 

Dated in the background to the 

left : JEtatis 23 A 1640 and signed: 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. 

Copies of this portrait and of the following, probably'by N. Maes, are in 

the possession of the family Hooft van Vreeland, at Amsterdam. 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 



8). Burgomaster of Amsterdar 
Lrds the right. 



1369. Ph. Kooinck, 



1631. N. (J. Moepei 



MIEREVELD. 221 



1592. Aegje Hasselaer (1618— 1664). ^-— 

Wife of the former, turned towards Of* f CL tt*f. Q, OL » 

the left. ^ 

O. 27% by 23 in., nat. size. jT f £ ^> n 

Dated in the background to the right : ^yl . J \s + U ♦ 

and signed: * 

Same source as No. i59*« ^^ /fS * cj\ 

1593. Portrait of a man, standing, ^ • <^*<^^/&- 
seen to the knees; the left hand resting on a book which is 
lying on a table. „ - 

s be 44 sS e 3 d 4 to *& let; JVL . IVi 1 © v e*vel dL . 

in the background : 

and dated : A±,tatis jg A 1626. 

Lent by Mr. J. P. R. M. de Neree van Babberich, the Hague 1899. 

1594. Portrait of a woman, seen to the knees, standing near a table, 
holding her gloves in her left hand. Companion to the preceding No. 

O. 44 ^j by 34 in., nat. size. Dated 

to the left in the background : _ • 11 

£?££A v t&* i M.- Mi ere veld , 

1595. Corvina van Hesenbroeck van Hofdijk. (As a young girl). 
Afterwards married to Cornelis van Beresteyn. Half length 
figure, full face. 

O. 2 1 14 by 14^ in., nat. size. Dated: 



©y£ 





"mjit /ff' J (lO J) 



■TAX 

At the top to the right her coat of arms. 

Sales of 16 February 1858 and S. B. Bos, 1888. Both held at Amsterdam. 

1598. Count William-Louis of Nassau (1560— 1620). Stadtholder 
of Friesland. Bust. /C ^ <£ n 

O. XY\ by 9^ in., h. h. 6^ in. /7L^t U J V . 

Dated to the left: ^ 

with the inscription : Graef Wilhclm Lodewijck 
van Nassau, Stadhouder. Aetatis 60 
Leeuwarden A° 1604. 
This picture with the Nos. 1597, 1598, 1599 and 1600, belongs to the 
series of portraits formerly in the castle of Honselaarsdijk. See No. 2008. 

L597. Count John of Nassau-Siegen (1583— 1638). Son of "Jan 
den Middelste". Bust. Went over to the Spaniards. See No. 1992. 

O. 11^ by 9^ in., h. h. 5^ in. Under the 

name: yean de Nassau, the signature: jpy / 

and the inscription: Graef Jan van Nassau, A/f > /I 1/yC^l/ C^x^f 
Same source as No. 1596. 

.598. The marquis Ambrose of Spinola (1569 — 1630). Bust. 

O. 11^ by 9^ in., h. h. 5% in. Signed: J 

with the inscription: Marquis Spinola. A/f )/ / 1 w ^ k^, //J 

Same source as No. 1596. J r \ ' /n ' 'lSl/TS(jf 



222 MIEREVELD. 



)fll- jn-MircuelJ 



1599. Syrius de B6thune (—1649). Colonel. Bust. 

O. 11% by 9% in., h. h. 6 in. 
In the background the name : M. 
de Bithune and the signature 
besides the inscription : Monsr. De 
Betune. Same source as No. 1 596. 

1600. Sir Horatio Vere (1565— 1635). General of the English troops. 
JBust. 

O. 11% by 9% in., h. h. 5 in. Bears the inscription: Coronel Vere. 
Same source as No. 1596. 

1601. Maerten Ruychaver (1540— 1626). Burgomaster of Harlem. 
Bust. (Copy). 

O. 31 by 25^ in., nat. size. In the background his coat of arms. 

The original is in the possession of Jhr. W. van Loon. Acquired at the 

sale de Geer, 1877. Lent by the Royal Archeological Society since 1889. 

1602. Alid van der Laen (1542 — 1626). Wife of the former. Bust. 
(Copy). 

O. 30^ by 25*4 in., nat. size. On the background her coat of arms. 
Same source as No. 1601. 

1603. Maerten Harpertsz. Tromp. Bust. (Copy). 

C. 28^ by 23^ in., nat. size. The original, dated 1640, is in the Royal 
Palace at Amsterdam. Purchased at the sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

1604. Hugo de Groot, or Grotius (1583— 1645). £ ust - (Copy). 

O. 24% by 2i^| in., nat. size. On the background: Aetatis 48 A° 1631. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1605. Cornelia Teding van Berkhout, third wife of Lieutenant- 
Admiral Harpertsz. Tromp. Bust. (School of Miereveld). 

O. 27% by 24 in., nat. size. Dated on the background to the right: Aetatis 36 
Anno 1648. Same source as No. 1604. 

1606. Lubbert Gerritsz. (1535 — 161 2). Pastor of the Mennonite Church, 
at Amsterdam, seen to the shoulders. (School of Miereveld). 

O. circular form, diam. 8% in., h. h. 4% in. 
Bought at the sale Borger Joosten, Amsterdam 1882. 

1607. A man's portrait. Thought to represent Johan van Oldenbar- 
nevelt. Bust. (School of Miereveld). 

O. 28% by 24^ in., nat. size. Wrongly signed in the background to the 
left: M. Miereveld. Bicker bequest 1 881. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1608. Pieter Cornelisz. Hooft, half length figure, turned towards the 
right. (School of Miereveld). 

O. 10 by 7^ in., h. h. z\ in. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1609. Prince Maurice in gilt armour. (School of Miereveld). 

O. 44 by 33^ in., nat. size. In the Dutch Museum. 

MIERIS THE ELDER (Frans van), was born 16 April 1635 at 
Leyden, lived and died there 12 March 1681. Was a pupil of 
Gerard Dou and of Abr. van den Tempel. 

1610. The lost bird. A young girl is opening a little box from which 
a bird escapes. .. 

O. 7.4 by J* in., h. h 1% in. faomMitm.M.f 

bigned at the top to the right: " v 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



MIERIS THE ELDER. 223 

1611. The lute player. A girl in a satin dress is playing the lute by 
the light of a candle. Three other figures are seen in the background. 
O. 8^ by 7 in., h. h. 4% in. Sales Bicker van Swieten, 1731 .; Count de Fraula, 
Brussels, 1738 and Mrs. Lormier, the Hague, 1 763. Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1612. The frailty of life. A lady is pointing to a skull. 

O. 14.14 by 11 in., h. h. 1^ in. 

Collection of Mrs. Hoofdman, at Harlem, and later the property of the family 

BerJkhoui. Acquired from C. F. Roos, 1857. L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1613. Jacob's dream. Jacob is lying full length, without any covering, 
his hands under his head ; in the distance the ladder with the angels. 

O. 8ft by 1 1^ in., h. f. 9% in. 

Signed in the background on a rock: ^*Jtt'ert/ 

Sold as a A. de Vois at the sale H. Muilman, 
Amsterdam 181 3. Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll bequest, 1880. 

1614. A friendly chat. A lady, seated in a handsomely furnished 
room, is talking to a gentleman standing (~T* A/1 . <■ • / 
behind her chair. J.O)fa\\J*llCrh. Jv7* 

O. 1414 by lift in., h. h. ift in. p <s ^S 

Signed at the top to the right: ^-» ■ *** 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1615. The letter. A lady in rich attire is seated at a table writing a 
letter ; a man servant is standing near her and a . spaniel is lying 
on a low chair. 

O. 10 by 8 in., h. h. \\ in. Signed at the top to the left: 

At the back of the panel is written ; Syrack 18 :jo. Sales Cauwerven, 1 765 ; 
Braaracamp, Amsterdam 1771 and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam- 1808. 

MIERIS (Jan van), born at Leyden, 17 June 1660; died at Rome 
17 March 1690. Was a pupil of Gerard de Lairesse but learned 
most from his father, Frans van Mieris the Elder. Visited Germany, 
Florence and Rome. 

1615a. Portrait of a young man. In the # 

Signed on the back of the picture: 
Purchased at Berlin in 1 903. 

MIERIS (Willem van), was born 3 June 1662 at Leyden and died 
in that town 26 January 1747. Studied under his father, Frans 
van Mieris the Elder. E. 

1616. A pastoral idyl. 

O. 22ft by 27^ in., h. f. 5ft in. Signed to the right on a rock: 




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iV. ("V a/w (M Levis ^ ^- /72z 



Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



224 MIERIS. 



1617. At the poulterer's. A young girl is offering dead game for 
sale to the tradesman. The subject is seen through the bay 
window in the front. 

to the right : ^-* >~» 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

MIERIS (Willem van) and SLINGELAND (Pieter van). See 

No. 2205. 

MIERIS THE YOUNGER (Frans van), was born 24 December 
1689 at Ley den and died there 22 October 1763. Was a pupil 
of his father, Willem van Mieris. Numismatist and archaeologian. E. 

1618. The apothecary's shop. Through the bay window in the front, 
a woman is seen handing a prescription to the chemist. 

0« I 5% hy 13J4 in., h. h. \\ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 

^y. Jvlieris&cit Jl° j?i4 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1619. The grocer's shop. A little boy, accompanied by an old woman 
is being served with raisins by the mistress of the shop. The 
scene is viewed through the ^? ^ / y 

bay window in the front. tf ^ If MJovio 

O. 15^ by 1314 in., h.h, ifein. ^ ' ^^'W • 

Signed at the top to the right : .* . 

Van der Hoop collection. Crt€:J\ S7J5 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1620. The hermit. Seated at the entrance of a cave in the attitude of prayer. 

O. 614 by 5% in., h. h. i*k in. , a ^ 

Si & ned: Lf t V .fJvCw^is CF iy<n 

Bought at the sale G. van der V2£/ > ( 

Pot, Rotterdam 1808. * 

MIGNON (Abraham), was born in June 1640 at Frankfort-on-Mein, 
where he died in 1679, From 1660 to close upon his death 
he worked in Holland and principally at Utrecht, where he 
studied under Jacob Marrellus and Jan Davidsz. de Heem. 

1621. A study of still life. On a table are seen a silver dish 
containing a lemon partly peeled and a piece of pomegranate ; 
by the side, bunches of white and black grapes, a boiled lobster, 
a gold bowl and a goblet. 
On the left of the picture 
a window. 
C« 30% by 26% in., real size. 

Signed at the top to the w w ^_ ^ # 9 ^^ 

left, under the window: ^^"y iff L ^/ 

Sales in 1 797 .and G. van 
der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1622. The overturned nosegay. A cat, in upsetting a mousetrap, 



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causes it in its turn to throw down a bunch of many coloured Mowers. 
O. 35 by 28^ in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left : 
Sales of Mrs. A. de la Court- 

XXa^SS. ,766 a " d e^' ^aLt<mcrn, 

Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. ' 

1623. Fruit. Grouped on a table covered with a green cloth are 
various kinds of fruit, some lying on a china dish ; near it are a gold 
bowl and a cup. To the 
left of the picture, a window. 

C. 30 by 23^ in., real size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : 

Cabinet van Gelder, Bois-le-Duc. A / J~ /OS # L/LCfTlOII 

Sales Smit and Noordwijk, 1827. ^-^ yi 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. - /« 

Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. CX 

1624. Flowers in a vase. Roses, poppies, anemones and irises arranged 
in a metal vase, by the side of 
which is lying a gold watch. 
C. 29^ by 23^4 in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to s^fCfrfh' o / V I 1 A'TLOTl 

Same source as No. 1623. ^-^ (y 

1625. Fruit. Standing on a marble table, partly covered with a green 
cloth, a china dish containing grapes and other fruit; by its side 
a bowl full of Rhine wine and a gold goblet. 

C. 24 by 29^ in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left : 
Acquired from A. Brondgeest 

in 1836. Van der Hoop col- ff/^l^. (*/ / Li(YI)0 H ' */*0 
lection. Lent by the town of 
Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1626. Still life. On a marble slab partly covered with a red cloth, 
are two pewter dishes with oysters, a lemon partly peeled and 
some blackberries with other fruit and a cup half filled. To the 
right of the picture is a curtain of mauve velvet held up by a cord. 

C. 26^ by 23 I 4 in., real size. ^ ^ y***^' ^"*N 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Presented to the town of Amster- 




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dam by the heirs of Mr. C. P. 
van Eeghen. Lent to the Museum 
since 1895. 

MIROU (Anthonie), was born about 1570 at Antwerp and died 
there in 1653. Has also worked at Frankendahl. 

1627. Landscape. Woodland scenery. Hills covered with clusters of 
high trees and valleys studded with small farms. The scene is 
animated by numerous figures of persons on foot and on horseback. 

COP. 13 by 20 in., h. f. 2 in. 

Signed in the foreground towards the centre: 

Purchased at the sale van Panhuys, Amsterdam 1882. 

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226 MOER. 



MOER (van). See Jean-Baptiste Yanmour. p. 332. 
MOERENHOUT (Josephus-Jodocus), was born at Eeckeren, 

3 May 1 80 1 ; died at Antwerp, 1 June 1874. Studied with 

several masters, a- o. Horace Vernet. E. 
1828. In the stable. A gentleman equipped for the chase has just 

>ettled into the saddle. 

O. 15*5 by 13*5 in., h. f . 4 in. Signed at the bottom to the light: J. 
Moerenhout. Bought from the artist in 1840. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1629. Outpost of Cossacks. On a road are seen two soldiers, one 
on horseback, the other resting by the side of his steed. 

M. 16*2 by 20 l 4 in., h. f. on horseback, 8*4 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: J. Moerenhout 1827. 

Acquired at the exhibition held at Amsterdam, 1828. 

1830. The horse-race. 

M. 19*4 by 26*4 in., h. f. on horseback, 8 l 4 in. Signed in the foreground to the 
left : Moerenhout f 1829. Purchased at the exhibition held at Ghent in 1829. 

MOEYAERT (Nicolaes Cornelisz.), was born a little before 1600 
at Amsterdam, definitely fixed his residence in that town from 
1630 and died there after 1659, possibly in 1669. He worked 
in Italy under the influence of Elsheimer. 

1831. Four governors, two lady-guardians, the bookkeeper and 
the doorkeeper of the asylum for old people in 1640. 
Three of the governors are seated at a table ; the fourth is standing 
behind them with the bookkeeper. The two ladies are seated on 
their left; a letter is being handed to the doorkeeper, standing 
to the right. The governors represented are: Willem Weyntjes. 
Dirck Aertsz. Cock, Jan Michielsz. Blaeuw and Philip Laurensz, 
The ladies are : Cornelia Cants, widow of Adriaen van der Meer 
and Elisabeth Reael, widow of Jacob de Lange. 

C. 2 yds 1*4 in. by 4 yds 6*1 in., nat. size. The figures of the lady-guar- 
dians arc less - 

than life size. I f ^ 

Signed to the ^& A. JH # m A 

22UT " a • At /• J 6 4 ° 

hormerly in /d, ™ Jf 

1 he asylum for ^ 

old people. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1632. The choice of a lover. A young girl is being courted by an 
old man, a young man of rank 
and another in her own station 
of life. She chooses the latter, 
who is now making fun of his 
rivals. 

C. 443-4 by 50 , 4 in., nat. size. 

Signed in the background: 

Attempts have been made to alter the 

name of Moevaert into that of Metsu, 

IJought at. the sale van Reede van 

( Hitshoorn, Amsterdam 1874. Presented by Mr. A. S. J. Koch, Amsterdam 1874. 




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MOEYAERT. 227 



1633. The meeting between Jacob and Rachel, in a mountainous 
landscape with ruins. 

O. 1 6*4 by 24 in., h. f. 6^ in. 

Purchased at the sale F. Kaiser, Amsterdam 4 December 1888. 

1634. The unworthy guest. In the background the marriage feast 
with many guests at table ; in the foreground the king commanding 
his servants to cast out the guest who has not put on the wedding 
garment. This picture was formerly attributed to Samuel van 
Hoogstraten. 

C. 44 by 6 life in., h. f. 6% in. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

MOL (Wouter), was born 21 March 1786, at Harlem; died there 
30 Aug. 1857. Was a pupil of H. van Brussel in his native town 
and of Jacques Louis David, at Paris. 

1634a. Paulus Joseph Gabriel (1785 — 1853). Sculptor. Seated; in 
the background the bust of Homer. 

C. 35 by 30^(4 in., nat. size. Signed to the left: IV. Mol. 
Bequeathed by his son, the painter P. J. C. Gabriel, 1903. 

MOLENAER (Jan Miense), was born about 1600— 16 10 at Harlem 
and was buried there 19 September 1668. He married the lady 
artist Judith Leyster. Worked in his native town, at Amsterdam 
and at Heemstede. E. 

1635. A young lady playing the harpsichord. She is seated at 
the instrument, looking towards the spectator. Two children are 
standing near. (Formerly attributed to Dirck Hals). 

O* I 5 1 4by 1 1% in., h. f. 11 in. There are still some traces of an inscription 
over the door. Engraved by W. Steelink. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1636. Saying grace. A peasant and his family gathered round the 
dinner table. 



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O. \\\ by 10 in., h. h. \* A in. W- - 

Signed on a small wooden bench : fw 'f)0|f»Jfn OK* 

Same source as No. 1635. 

MOLYN (Pieter de), baptized 6 April 1595 in London and buried 
23 March 1661 at Harlem, where he had worked since 16 16. E. 

1637. The relay. Grouped in front of an inn sheltered by high trees, 
are horsemen, travellers and carters, who have stopped there to 
refresh themselves. 

COP. \.o\ by 13% in., h. f. i^in. Signed towards the centre jjR • 
in the foreground. Collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. °*^M 

Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 190 1. »// 

MOMMERS (Hendrick), probably born in 1623 at Harlem; was 
buried 21 December 1693 at Amsterdam, where he began working 
soon after 1665. Visited Italy. 

1638. A cottage interior. A composition with several figures, the 
principal group of which is a woman seated near a cradle with 
a child on her lap. u * —^j*** a «.£ 
C. 30^ by 27^ in., h. f. seated, 6 in. Signed at the ! ^\T\\)^Y9 
bottom to the right. Bought at Amsterdam in 1897. » 



228 MOMMORENCY. 

MOMMORENCY (B.), an artist of the middle of the XVIII century. 

1639. Pieter Parker (1700— 1759). Half length figure. 

£' 3filk by 27^ in., nat. size. At the back of the picture is written : Aetatis ./.?, 
Mr. Pieter Parker, fait par B. Montmorency A. 1742. 
Part of the collection de Ruyter, purchased in 1895. 

MOMPER (Francois de), born 17 October 1603 at Antwerp, died 
in 1 660 or 1 66 1 ; son and pupil of Hans de Momper. Lived 
for a considerable time at Amsterdam, Harlem and the Hague. 

1640. View of the Valkenhof at Nimeguen. 

O. 10 by 12^ in. Wrongly signed: y. van Goyen. 
Acquired at the sale A. G. de Visser, the Hague 1878. 

MOMPER THE YOUNGER (Joos de), was born in 1564 at 
Antwerp and died there in 1635. Studied under the guidance 
of his father, Bartholomeus de Momper the Elder. 

1641. Landscape. A mountainous country with a town on the slope 
of a hill and a road with many figures. 

O. 18^ by 29% in., h. f. 3^ in. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

MONET (Claude), born at Paris 14 November 1840. Went to London 
to study the works of Turner. 

1642. A mountain path. Winding its way along the steep banks of 
a lake, a road traces a line of vivid red under the burning rays 
of the summer's midday sun. 

C. 29% by 37 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Claude Monet 84. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, n£e Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

MONI (Louis de), born at Breda in 1698; died at Leyden 15 Sep- 
tember 1 77 1. Resided in the latter town from 1750. Pupil in his 
native town of Ferd. van Kessel and Karel Emmanuel Biset, and 
of Philip van Dijk at the Hague. 

1643. The florist. She is seen behind a low wall overgrown with vine 
branches. 

O. 14^ by 1 1*4 in., h. h. 2 in. 

Purchased at the sale Braamcarap, 1 771. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

MONOGRAMMAL SIGNATURES. 

Dutch School (beginning of the XVII century). 

1644. A rustic scene. Several couples courting near a cowshed. 

(). 9 l ,4 by 1 1 14 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed on a wooden bench: * 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1884. * 

1644a. A family group. The father, mother and five children repre- 
sented in a closely wooded park near the porch of a country 
mansion ; the servant standing on the threshold 
is smiling at the group. 

C. 56 by 70^ in., h. f. 18^ in. Signed to the right: . , .™ ^ 

Lent by the Governors of the "Emmanuelshuizen" ^J/\^Jr\al6 4 4" 
of Zwolle, 1903. 




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1644b. Miss Speyaert, seen to the waist. This lady married a member 
of the family Kettingh. 
O. 24^ by 20 in., nat. size. 
In the background her coat 
of arras and the inscription: 
.ETATIS63 Ao 1630. Signed 
on the right. Presented by Jhr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen, 1884. 

1645. Still life. A pig's head lying on a stoneware dish, with 
sausages and other parts of porkbutcher's meat. The inscription: 
Tis. al. van/. Vercken., means: all this comes from the pig. 
(). 14^ by 28^ in., real size. ^». 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : Jjti , — - ■■ » 

This monogram is almost identical "^iJ\}) / V 

with that of J. A. van Ravesteyn. J7\^ 

Bought at a sale held at Am- .1 ^^ X. d 

sterdam in 1888. ^ — -*^ 

1645a. Ships in a .storin. To the left in the background a rocky coast. 

O. 15 by 42 in. Signed on a piece of wood, in the centre, 
with a monogram resembling that of Jan van Goyen : f 

From the " Huiszittenhuis" at Amsterdam. « /T / 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



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XVI 1 century (middle). 

1646. Herman Gysbert van der Hemm van Niederstein, half 
length figure, in a warriors dress, 
turned towards the right. 

C. 29V1 by 23^ in., nat. size. 

In the background his coat of arms. jm( f* d 
Signed at the top to the left : iH/\ X J** 

Acquired in 1897. 

1647. Landscape traversed by a river. 

O. 16*4 by 22 in. Signed to the left on a sto.ie: 
Formerly attributed to Daniel van Heyl. 
Bought at the sale van Lerius, Antwerp 1885. 

1648. Still " life. A study of fish with incisures on the 
bodies. 

C. 20 by 24^ in., real size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Purchased from the heirs of Mr. N. de 
Roever, 1898. 

1649. The "Royal Charles" brought 
to Holland, June 1667. 

C. 26 by 40^ in. 

On the standard of the House of Orange floating from the bowsprit, is the 

subjoined monogram, which is probably that of Jeronimus van Diest : 

At the bottom to the left,, on a sheet of paper, a long latin \\/ ft 

inscription. Acquired at Noordwijkerhout in 1887. •*V'U 

1650. A sea piece with several Dutch vessels. 

(). 24 by 33 in. Signed to the left, on a piece of floating board: 

A similar picture with the same initials is in the ^ — ^ 

Stuttgart-Gallery. Purchased with the collection of f ^ Cl L ' * 
Jhr. J. E. van Heemskerk van Beest in 1877. %v — 



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1651. Cattle. In the foreground a meadow with two cows, a sheep and 
a kid ; in the middle distance some more cattle. 

C. 2J\ by 22*4 in. Signed to the right: 
This picture is probably an imitation dating from the 

XVIII century, after the works of A. Klomp, which are 
in the Museum, some of whose animals have been copied in their entireness. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

XIX century. 

1652. Pieter Janson (1768 — 1854). Painter and engraver. Retired 
major of Cuirassiers. Bust, full face. 

C 15^4 by 12^ in., h. h. 4^4 in. Signed: 

This monogram may be the signature of 

H. J. Kramer, who exhibited at Amsterdam — ^mrp 

in 1838 and 1844. Presented by P. E. Boele, XjC. 

retired captain, Amsterdam 1899. • * 

Flemish School, XVII century. 

1653. A young woman seated at a table on which is a display 
of fruit. 

COP. 8^4 by 1 life in., h. h. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Bought in 1882. 

MONTICELLI (Adolphe), born at Marseilles, 14 October 1824; died 
at Paris, 26 Mav 1886. 

1654. Christ with the little children. The Saviour, surrounded by 
his disciples, welcomes the children brought to him by their mothers. 

M. 11^4 by 28 in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: Monticelli. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

MOOR (Karel de), born at Leyden, 25 February 1656; died at 
Warmond, 16 February 1738. A pupil of Gerard Dou and Frans 
van Mieris, in his native town; of Abr. van den Tempel, at 
Amsterdam and of Godf r. Schalcken, at Dordrecht. E ' - M. 

1655. Portrait of the artist by himself. Bust. 

O. ov. $% by 6^ 4 in., h. h. 3% in. . — x. j 

Signed at the top to the left: f ( fjy/\ £>-r^~%~» 

D. Franken Dz., bequest, 1898. VJ ^ ^ *^C^7^ 

1656. The angler. A young man is seated on the bank of a river, 
fishing. By his side are two young people looking on. 
C. 23*4 by 29^ in., h. h. ^ yi yj 
2\ in. Signed at the / ^ „ J) //// fjTJ 
bottom to the left: \S (UV . C' *S V LA-S U 
From the van Heteren 
collection, purchased in 1809. 

MOREELSE (Paulus), was born in 1571 at Utrecht and died there 
19 March 1638. Studied under Mich. Jansz. van Miereveld. 
Visited Italy. He was also an architect. 

1657. Portrait of the artist by himself. Bust, the face turned 
towards the right. 

(). 20% by 18^ in., nat. size. Two similar portraits, but more carefully 
finished, are in the Museums of the Hague and of Hanover. Presented 
by Dr. A. Bredius, 1887. 




1540. S, Mesdach. 



1635. J. M. Molenai 



1663. P. Moreelse! 



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1658. The company of Captain Jacob Gz. Hoing and of Lieute- 
nant Nanning Florisz. Cloeck in 1616. A composition of 
fourteen figures divided into two rows. In the foreground a group 
of nine members seen to the knees; the remainder in the back- 
ground, behind a balustrade. 
C. 66^ in. by 3 yds 21 in., nat. size. Signed at the top to the left: 




(ot.yifi j6j6 




From the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. Lent by the town of Amster 
dam, since 1899. 

1659. Maria van Utrecht (1553— 1629). Wife of Johan van Olden- 
barneveldt. Seated in 

an armchair, seen to the jT*-/rf /^fv // ® I /£ 1 & 

knees, almost full face. S^UA • Oj <* /iTt J OJO 

O' 43*4 by 3 2 m «> nat * ^_^ 

size. Signed to the left, f'iV 

on a pilaster: /» y\/t /) 

From the National Museum, ^ — ^ f \ C/ 

the Hague 1808. 

1660. The little Princess. The portrait of a little girl about seven 
years old, beautifully dressed, seated, seen to the knees, with 
her right hand stroking a little spaniel. 

C. 31 by 24^4 in., nat. size. Acquired at the sale Hilleveld, 1865. 

1661. The pretty shepherdess. She wears a low-cut yellow dress 
which leaves her chest bare, and her hair, 
trimmed with roses and green leaves, falls in 
soft waving curls over her neck. 
C. 32*4 by 26 in., nat. size. Signed at the top to the right : 
Engraved by J. A. Boland. Lithographed by J. A. ^, 
Daiwaille. Purchased at the sale of the collection / Q Q O 
Ocke, I.eyden 181 7. \*2 

1662. Anthonie van Utenhove (—1625). Colonel in the army and 
governor of Ostend. Bust. 

O. 1 1^4 by 93)4 in., h. f. 5% in. Signed at the top to the right : 

Bears the inscription: Colonel Wyten Hoghe 1619. 

Was formerly in the castle of Honselaarsdijk ; see No. 185. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. i f\ lC\ 



JH 




Seen to the knees, standing near a table, on which her right 
hand is resting. The background and the table cover are painted 
in vivid red. (Attributed to this artist). 
C 48^ by 41^ in., nat. size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1 808. 

.664. Seven little portraits, very probably representing a certain 
Hartley (an Englishman living at Dordrecht), his wife and five 
young children. Busts. (Attributed to this painter). 
COP. ov. each portrait 6 by 4^ in., h. h. 2 in. Bequest of Mr. D. Franken Dzn. 
(1898} by whom the above mentioned attributions are made. 



232 MORKELSE. 

1665. Frederick V, Elector Palatine and king of Bohemia 

(1596 — 1632). Attributed to this artist. 

COP. 1*4 by 1% in., h. h. 1 in. On the back of the picture the inscrip- 
tion : Frederik Koning van Bohemen, overleden A° 1632 gesehilderd door 
P. Moreelse. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

MOREL (Izak Vaarzon), born at Amsterdam in 1803, died at 
Gorinchem 20 February 1876. 

1666. A bouquet of flowers in a yellow vase. 

M. 31 by 23^ in. Signed: J. V. Mot-el ft. Amsterdam. 
From the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem. 

MOREL (Jan Evert), was born 8 February 1777 at Amsterdam and 
died in that town 6 April 1808. Studied with Jacob Linthorst, at 
Amsterdam, and Dirck van der Aa, at the Hague. 

1667. A fruit piece. Various kinds of fruit on a marble slab by the 
side of a glass and a few flowers. 

O. 16 by 12^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: J. E. Morel ft. 
Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

MORITZ (Louis), born at the Hague, 29 October 1773; died at 
Amsterdam, 23 November 1850. Was a pupil, in his native 
town, of Dirk van der Aa. E. 

1668. Death of Anthoninus Pius. 

C. 2 yds io\ in. by 2 jds ?>\\ in., nat. size. Signed on a footstool : L. Moritz. 
Acquired in 1825. 

1669. The camp of the Cossacks in 1813. 

C. 26^4 by 33^4 in., h. f. 6*4 in. Signed in the centre of the foreground : L. Moritz. 
Lent in 1838 by the Rijks-Museum to the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem, 
and returned to the Museum in 1885. 

1670. Jonas Daniel Meijer (1780 — 1834). Lawyer. Seen to the knees. 

C. 39 by 32^ in., nat. size. Signed on the back of the picture: L. Moritz/., 
and bearing an inscription. Bequeathed by Miss J. E. Meijer, 1886. 

1671. Clemens van Demmeltraadt (1777—1841), surgeon specialist 
for gravel. Half length figure. 

C 31 \ °y 2 5 1 a m -> nat « si ze ' Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 18S5. 

1672. Andries Snoek (1766 — 1829). Actor. Represented full length 
in the part of Achilles. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 69 in., nat. size. Signed on the leg of a table : L. Moritz. 
Sales A. H. Walter and J. E. Duport, Amsterdam 1890. 

MOERNER (Karel Gustaf Hjahnar, Count of), officer of the Guards 
in Sweden, was born in 1794 and died in 1837. 

1673. Nicolas I, emperor of Russia (1796— 1855). Kust - 

C. 30 by 25*4 in., nat. size. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. - 

MOSTAERT (Jan), was born about 1474, at Harlem ; died in the same 
town in 1555 or 1556. Painter to the Court of Margaret of Austria. 

1674. The adoration of the Kings. In the foreground are the 
Virgin with the Holy Child on her knees and two of the Magi 
kneeling at her feet; behind them a gate only partly visible; 
in the middle distance the third King and in the background, 
framed in a hilly landscape, their attendants. 

(). 19^4 by 13^4 in., h. f. kneeling, 8^4 in. 

Nought at the sale Isendoorn a Blois, Amsterdam 1879. 



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MOSTAERT. 233 

1675. Triptych. Central panel : the Deposition from the Cross. The 
body of Christ is lying on a white sheet, the head resting against 
the bosom of his mother, who is kneeling, and is surrounded 
by the holy women, St. John, Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathcea. 
The background, a hilly landscape with buildings and the cross. 
On the left door, when open, are seen the donor kneeling with 
St. Peter behind him. On the right, the wife of the donor, with 
St. Paul. On the face of the left door, the arms of the family 
Speyart van Woerden. Oh the right door, the coat of arms here 
reproduced, the left side of which (in heraldry 
the right) represents the arms of Speyart 
van Woerden and the right those of his 
wife. Under the coats of arms is the inscrip- 
tion: ANNO 1 ; 7. Attributed to this artist. 
O. central panel, zSifc by 22\ in., h. h. 2 in. 
I>oors-. 28^ by 8% in., h. h. 2% in. The mm- 
position in the centra] panel is a modified copy of 
a picture at present in the Vienna Museum, which 
was painted by Geertgen tot St. Jans for the 
knights of St. John, at Harlem. 
Bought at the sale Fievei, Brussels 1903. 

MOUCHERON (Frederik de), born at Embden in 1633, buried at 
Amsterdam, 5 January 1686. Was a pupil of Jan Asselyn, at 
Amsterdam, and afterwards spent three years in France. 

1676. An Italian landscape, with a castle built on a rock and a 
stream traversing the scene. The figures are probably painted 
by A. van de Velde. 

C 17^ by 22 in., h. animal 2 in. L. Dapper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1677. Italian landscape. (In a high rock is seen a castle si 
by other buildings. The figures art 
probably by' A dr. van de Velde. 

3 7',i *>y 33% in., h. animal 4 



SignrfV'the"£tomjo Oa kft:~ •* lOHthc^OTfl 



urchased from A. Broudgeest, 1S34. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the 
town of Amsterdam, since 18S5. 



/ 



1678. An Italian landscape. In the foreground is a flight of steps 
leading to a terrace formed by nature ; on the lower ground a 
few sportsmen resting with their dogs. The figures are by Adr. 
van de Velde. 
"5* °y '44 i 



S,,,,ed »t"th, bottom to _th, .en . ^ J^^^fOV. ^ 



Sales Johan van der Marclt, i//j, «"u — *■ •■«•-- — - j- 

Mrs. Boreel, 1814, both held at Amsterdam. O 

MOUCHERON (Isaac de), bom in 1670 at Amsterdam, died there 
10 July 1744. Studied under his father, Frederik de Moucheron. E, 

1679. View of Tivoli, near Rome. 

C. jo by j 7 H in. 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys— Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 



234 MOUCHKRON. 



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1680. View of a park -with a pond and a fountain. 

C. 51^ by 63 in. 
Signed at the bot- 
tom to the left: 
This picture was 

formerly under the dome of the "Hortus Botanicus" at Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town since 1885. 

MOUILLERON (Adolphe), born 20 December 1820 at Paris; diet! 
in the same town 24 February 1881. Z. 

1681. A study of still life, composed of books, musical instruments, 
a glass of beer, etc., grouped on a table covered with a green cloth. 

M. 40 by 29^ in., real size. Signed at the top to the left: Mouilleron. 
Presented by Mr. A. Willet, 1887. 

1682. A fruit piece. Various kinds of fruit, partly lying in a basket, 
partly on the floor; background of flowering branches. 

M. 44 by 32^ in., real size. Signed to the right : A. Mouilleron (A. d^ J/, 
connected). D. Franken Dz. bequest, 1898. 

1683. Still life. Musical instruments and a china vase on a Louis XV 
chiffonniere with marble top. 

M. 2i\ by 21^4 in. Same source as No. 1682. 

1684. In the twilight. Flooded lands and, in the distance, a town. 

(Sketch). 

O. 7^ by 11 in. Same source as No. 1682. In the store-room. 

MULLER (Jacques), worked at Utrecht in the middle of the 
XVII century. 

1685. A cavalry encounter between • Imperial and Turkish 
troops. 

C. 28^ by 34^4 in., h. f. 
on horseback, 11 in. 
Signed at the bottom: 
Presented by Mr. A. 
Bredius, 1888. 

MURANT or MEURANT (Emmanuel), was born at Amsterdam 
22 December 1622; died at Leeuwarden about 1700. Pupil of 
Ph. Wouwerman. Visited France, then lived in his native town 
and from 1670 settled in Friesland. 

1686. An old rustic dwelling. A rugged landscape animated by a 
few human figures and hens. 

C. 13 by 16^ in., h. f. \\ in. Acquired in 181 9. 

1687. The relay. Two horsemen have pulled up before the inn situated 
in the street of a village, lined with high trees. 

C 25^ by 30*4 in., h. f. on horseback, 4^ in. T «M# 

Signed to the left, on a trough: ■* 

Collection Gijsbert de Clercq. Purchased with the pecuniary assistance of 
the Rembrandt Society in 1897. 

MURILLO (Bartholomg Esteban), was born 1 January 1618 at 
Sevilla and died there 3 April 1682. Was a pupil of Juan de 
Castillo. Between 1642 — 1645 he worked at Madrid under the 
guidance of Velazquez and afterwards settled definitively in his 
native town. E. 





MURILLO. 235 



1688. The annunciation. The angel, holding a palm branch in his hand, is 
kneeling before the Virgin ; a great number of cherubim on the clouds. 

C. 30^4 by 40 in., h. f. 27^ in. A replica of this picture is in the hospital 
"La Caridad" at Sevilla and an old copy of the same in the palace 
Barberini at Rome. Engraved by C. van Caukercken and R. Strange. 
Bought by king William I in Paris, 1823. 

MUSSCHER (Michiel van), born at Rotterdam 27 January 1645, 
died at Amsterdam 20 June 1705. Pupil of Abr. van den Tempel, 
of Adr. van Ostade and of Gabriel Metsu. M-E. 

1690. Johannes Hudde (1628— 1704). Burgomaster of Amsterdam 
and a celebrated mathematician. Seated at a table, seen to the knees. 

C. 22% by 19^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Signed to the left on the table cloth: 
Engraved by . 

L25*? Michel uJttur/cher.p^it.H?nJ / 8o 

Jhr. C. van 

Dedel to the Royal Archeological Society. 

Lent to the Museum, since 1889. y» 

1691. Hendrick Bicker (1649 -1718). Seen cAl* P "• 
to the knees, the face turned towards v-i " 

c. 22% by 20 m., h. h. 2 m. J%uMner. zL.hx 

Signed at the bottom to the left: //J 

Bicker bequest, 1881. n v /I r\ 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881 

1692. Maria Schaep (1658— 1725). Wife of 



the former. Seen to i 

the knees, nearly /^f/fX 



J: y& . 



full face. 

C. 22^4 by 20 in., 

h. h. 4 in. Signed at /] A 

the bottom to the right: ^T^k -/• a* I/O 

Same source as No. 
1691. 

1693. John-Maurice of 
Nassau (1604— 1697). Governor of Brazil. Bust. 
COP. 6^ by 5% in., h. h. 2% in. Sales Jer. de Vries, Amsterdam 1853 
and Amsterdam 17 April 1894 (?) Purchased from Fr. Muller & Co. in 1 896. 

MUYS (Nicolaas), was born 21 April 1740 at Rotterdam and died 
there 28 February 1808. Was a pupil of his father, Willem 
Muys and of Aart Schouman. 

1694. Robbert Muys and his wife Maria Nozeman. Robbert 
Muys (1742— 1825) was a lithographer and the brother of the 
painter. The lady is seated and the gentleman is standing behind 
her; he holds a drawing in his right hand. 

O. 24% by 18% in., h. h. 2\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : TVl •• Ifc/IT m % ■* *£> O Z 

and dated : A<> MDCCLXXVII. J \( - JL JL %J y& * - 

Bought at the sale of Baroness Taets ^ ^ ^ 

van Amerongen van Natewisch, born Hodshon, Amsterdam 1892. 



236 MY. 

MY (Hieronymus van der), born at Leyden, 8 May 1687; died 
after 1751. Was a pupil of Frans van Mieris, the Younger. A\ 

1695. Claudina van Royen, wife of Pieter Teding van Berkhout 

Seen to the knees. 



3 





O. 15 by 12 in., h. h. 2.\ in. Dated at the 
bottom to the left: A° 1757 and signed to the 
right, on a pedestal: 

Bequeathed by Mrs. Domela Nieuwenhuys, born 
Meijer, to the Royal Archeological Society. 
Lent to the Museum since 1902. 

MIJN (Frans van der), born at Dusseldorf in 17 19, died in London 
20 August 1783. Son and pupil of Heroman van der Mijn. 

1696. Portrait of a lady. Half 
length figure. c r • w //o, 
^- 33% by 27*4 in., nat. size. J . fCiri O^/T 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Same source as No. 1695. y ^ ^ / /^ w ^ 
Lent by the Royal Arcisologlcil Society since 1902. ' ' 

1697. Maria-Henriette van de Poll (1707— 1787), wife of Willem 
Sautijn. See No. 933. Seated, seen to the knees. Attributed 
to this artist. 

C. 32^ by 25^ in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1SS5. 

MIJN (Georges van der), born in London, 1723; died 10 December 
1763 at Amsterdam, where he had taken up his abode in 1741. 
Studied under the guidance of his father, Heroman van der Mijn. 

1698. Pieter Cornells Hasselaer (1720 — 1796) with his family. 

Seven full length - 

figures in a richly ^) ~\ ) C\ ///• • 

g-^S St. 1, l. yamderyKiin.nos. 

3 yds 5 *fe in., nat. size. 

Signed to the left on 

a chair: 

Acquired at Amsterdam in 1887. 

1698a. Louis Metayer Phz., art collector at Amsterdam, leaning 
against a table, holding an engraving in his right hand. 

C. 25^ by 19^4 in., nat. size. 
Signed to the left: 
Bequeathed by Mr. Jean Bernard 
van IJsseldijk, 1904. ^/ 

1698b. Antoinette Metayer, sister of the former. Halt length figure, 
with *a little dog in her right arm. 

C. 23^4 by 1714 in., nat. size. Signed to the right: G. v. d. J/... 
Same source as No. 1698a. 

MIJTENS (Jan), was born about 1614, probably at the Hague, 
where he was buried 24 December 1670. Was very likely a 
pupil of his uncle Daniel Mijtens, the Elder. 




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(7!' ya^rJfyn / 7 5 $ 



MIJTENS. 237 




1699. Cornells Tromp (1629 — 169 1). Lieu- 
tenant-admiral. Seen to the knees, * jhj » r?^ fj® 
dressed in Roman costume. vL^ ^ ° J Q ® 0r a 

. « 

C 5 2 ^4 by 41^ in., nat. size. 

Dated at the bottom to the left. Signed . *>,, ,,. t <r^/ 

From the National Museum, the Hague i8o8 # ^% fil/ll /) <\"4'- J 2fri> & h •> 

1700. Margaretha van Raephorst K ^ ^ Isijj i,Ofl& J . 
(—1690). Wife of the preceding. (l^/ 

Seen to the knees. A small negro 

boy is fastening a bracelet on her , 

C- 53^ by 41^ in., nat. size. J ■ • " ^ U 

Signed on the background to the right : * A 

From the National Museum, the /I tf ' * / ' ^T^^ 

Hague ,808. JjWUWi J* ! 

1701. Johan van Beaumont. Colonel J 
of the Dutch guards and governor ^-^ 

of Brielle. Seen to the knees, wearing a breastplate. 

C 43^4 by 36 in., nat. size. • » _ 

Dated to the right, von the balustrade : n A * * I ^ Cm ~ • 

£ T! ,aA. .«i Signed: Jy\l\UlU <T '. 

Formerly in the castle of llpenstein. ~ J 

Sale held at Amsterdam, 3 December *-x 

1872. Purchased in 1881, with the following No. 

1702. Maria de Witte, Francoisdr., jr - 

wife of the former, seen to the -**- T • 4* $" 

knees. In the background a park. 

C. 431/4 by 35^ in., nat. size. 

Dated at the top to the right, on the A • i S~ S~ 4 

trunk of a tree : -^* ' J / » 

Signed : - ^^ 

Same source as No. 1701. A /l \/ ^T^P kl Q If 

1703. An Idyllic scene. Near a foun- ^ °* * ' 
tain, a shepherd is doing homage to a young girl who has come 
to meet him accompanied 
by two dogs. (The figures in 
this picture are portraits). 

C. 44 by 56^ in., h. f. 23^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : 

Bequeathed by Miss C. J. Amiabel, the Hague 1900. 

1704. Portrait of a commanding officer, clad in a cuirass, standing 
out against a landscape background. Seen to the knees. Attributed 
to this painter. 

C. 43 by 36 in.,' nat. size. From the "Mauritshuis", 1885. 

MYTENS (Martinus), baptized at the Hague, 9 June 1648; died at 
Stockholm in 1736, where he had taken up his residence and 
where he became Court painter in 1677. Was a pupil of his- 
father, Isaac Mvtens. M. 



age to a young girl who has com* 



238 MIJTENS. 



1705. Portrait of the painter himself. Bust, turned towards the right. 

(). 25 by 19^ in., nat. size. On the back of the panel is inscribed : Martinus 
MytenSj Hofschilder van de Koninginne Cristina van Sweeden. (Martinus 
Mytens y painter to the Court of Queen Christina of Sweden). 
Bought at the sale W. Gruyter, Amsterdam 1882. 

NACHENIUS (Jacob Jan), was born at the Hague in 171 2, settled 
at Amsterdam in 1741 and died in the Dutch . , 
Indies. Pupil of Matth. Terwesten. l : l. 

1706.Johan Willem Parker (1721— 1780). Half NAcmenius. 
length figure. See No. 1844. Ytc\t. 

C. 16^ by 1 4*4 in., h. h. 3^ in. Signed on a curtain : > 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 1/4 0. 

1707. Jacoba Maria van Bueren, wife of the preceding; seated, 
seen to the knees. See No. 1845. 

C. 1 6*4 by 14^ in., h. h. 3*4 in. Signed on a curtain: L / Ndchenius fecit 1J46. 
Same source as No. 1706. 

NAIVEU (Matthijs), born about 1647 a * Leyden, died towards 172 1 
at Amsterdam, where he had made his home from 1677. Studied 
under Abraham Toorenvliet and, in 1667, with Gerard Dou. 

1708. St. Jerome, kneeling before an altar covered with a Turkish cloth. 

O. 14% by \\\ in., h. h. 2\ in. # -, . 

Signed at the bottom to the left: uai\lPLl?tCCltifl Ol(inS 

From the National Museum, the ft.H 8U > ^ lU ' f * ' J^* u '** 

Hague 1808. 

1709. Open air theatre. A composition with numerous figures. 

C. 21^4 by 27^ in., h. h. 1^ in. Is one of a series of four pictures 
painted in 1698. Acquired at the sale Snouck van Loosen, Enkhuizen 18S6. 

NATUS (Anthony), was born in 1636 and died in 1660. 

1710. Two young men playing at cards. Seated 
in the open air near a flight of stone steps. 
Behind the players stands a man watching the 



game. 



** A VV\/f 

Jwtns. 



C. 21 by 18^ in., h. f. seated, 10% in. 

Signed to the right, on a column : X • 

Presented through Dr. C. Hofstede de Groot, 1897. /DO Oz 

NAVEZ (Francis- Joseph), born at Charleroi, 16 November 1787; 
died at Brussels in 1839. Pupil of Pierre-Joseph-C^lestin Francois. Z.. 

1711. The raising of the Shunamite's son. 

C. 2 yds 28 in. by 3 yds 18 in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground to 
the right: F. J, Xavez Rome 1821. Purchased at an exhibition, Brussels 182 1. 

1712. The meeting of Isaac and Rebekah. 

C. 3 yds 1 8*4 in. by 4 yds \\\ in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground 
to the right: F. J. Xavez 1826. Same source as No. 171 1. 

NECK (Johan van), born at Naarden in 1636*, died at Amsterdam 
in 1 7 14. Pupil of Jacob Backer. Worked between 1687 and 1692 
at Enkhuizen. £. 

1713. An anatomical lesson of Professor Frederik Ruysch 

(1638 — 1 731). The professor demonstrates on the body of a 



1 \ — iv73). 

)6y\ _/ 



NECK. 23,9 

child. The persons standing round him ~ ^— 7& 

are: Anthony van Paamburg, Abel Horst, ^ f ^h/ii/'F^ 

Pieter Adriaansz., And ri es Boekel mans, Jean / J//1 '*-*/ 

de Milly and Hendrik Ruysch. {OJltlO RDlW^ 

C. 56 in. by 2 yds 8 in., nat. size. Signed: >>->r) 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. r J ()CJj • 

1714. Cornells Jacobsz. de Boer (—1673). 
Captain in the navy. Seen 
to the knees, turned towards 
the left. In the background 
a naval battle. 

C. 45 by 34% iu., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the right : 
Presented by the town-council of 
Enkhuizen, 1902. 

NEEFFS THE ELDER (Peter), born at Antwerp soon after 1577, 
lived and died in that town between 1657 and 1661. Pupil of 
Hendrick van Steenwyck the Elder. 

1715. The church of the Dominican friars, at Antwerp. View 
of the interior. A procession is moving amiuq pfftfr 
under the nave. 1616 nefs 

0.26^ by 41% in., h. f. 3% in. Signed on a pillar • «5- • • 

to the right. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1716. Interior of a church by wax light. View, from the nave, 
of the choir built in the form of a pentagon and 

in the gothic style of architecture; a few figures are "■■•*«•« 
moving about, some bearing tapers. WE *"S>. 

0. 20 by 32 in., h. f. 2^ in. Signed on the last pillar to the right: 1 6 1 € 
Same source as No. 1 715. 

1717. Interior of a church. A religious service is being performed 
before a side altar. This painting is perhaps the work ^^ 

of Peeter Neeffs, the Younger (1620 — 1675). FEETER. 

O. 9^4 by 14 in., h. f. life in. Signed at the top to the right: fMCE/jf 5 
On the back of the panel is a seal bearing the impress of •«*' 

the coat of arms of the house of Orange Nassau. From the Cabinet van 
Heteren, 1809^ 

NEER (Aert van der), was born in 1603 at Amsterdam, where he 
worked; he died 9 November 1677. 

1718. Landscape. An undulating country with, in the middle distance, a 
roadside-inn near a cluster of trees. 

C. 1214 by 17 in. Signed at the bottom, e ^\ . vO^ -^efrV. // J 3 

towards the centre: 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. Acquired from the Rembrandt 
Society, in 1901. 

1719. A winter scene. A frozen stream near the remparts of a town. 
On the ice are three groups playing at ball and other figures in 
the distance. — a T ^t !<r 

O. 21 by 26% in., h. f. 314 in. juCBtt 

Signed at the bottom to the right: * 

Acquired at the sale of Mrs. Boreel, Amsterdam 18 14. 




2 4 o NKKR. 

1720. A frost scene. A wide frozen sheet of water covered with 
figures, some skating, others playing at ball. On the right hand 
side in the foreground a few trees and in the distance, to the 
left, a town. 

C 25^ by 31 in., h. f. 2^ in. 

Signed on the trunk of a tree to the left: 

Purchased from A. Brondgeest in 1 839. Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1721. Landscape. A clear and unruffled pool between high trees : 
on the right a church and in the immediate foreground a sportsman. 
C. 15 by 23 in., h. f. 2\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : jv _ 

A strip of canvas 2.\ in. wide has been tagged to the top \ k \%\ 
of the picture. Van der Hoop collection. * ' 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1721a. A moonlight scene. A canal with wooded banks glistering 
in the rays of the moon. By the side of the water a few small houses 
. and to the right the towers of a church rising behind the trees. 
O. 12V4 by 17 in. Signed at the bottom in the centre: 
Collections of Baron de Beurnonville and of Mr. Rotban. -^ K 

Bought at Brussels in 1904. XaIM 

NEER (Eglon Hendrik van der), was born at Amsterdam in 1635 
or 1636 and died 3 May 1703, at Dusseldorf, where he was 
painter to the elector Palatine. Studied with his father, Aert van 
der Neer, and Jacob van Loo. He spent some time in France, 
lived at Rotterdam from 1663 to 1679, at Brussels from 1679 
to 1690 and afterwards at Dusseldorf. 

1722. Tobias and the Angel in a moun- ^ * 
tainous landscape. CM -lyci-nHtr JLc*? k 

O. 6^ by 9\ in., h. f. 2** in. Signed to the right : \ 6 Q ^ 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. > 

NELLIUS (Martinus), worked at Leyden in the second half of the 
XVII century. 

1723. A fruit piece. Pears and medlars on a slab, by the side of a glass. 

(). i6ia by 13^ in. /^^~\ 

Signed at the bottom to the left : / "V /xy^-\ 

Formerly in Groningen. / ^^jluS\ C\ 

Sale of the collection Meffre, Paris 1863. I y j >-' J 

Bequest D. Franken Dzn., 1898. \^ mm ^/ *~^*~^ S 

NETSCHER (Caspar), was born at Heidelberg in 1639, died 
15 January 1684 at the Hague, where he had settled in 1660, 
after a journey to France. When still very young he came to 
Holland and studied at Arnhem under Herman Coster and at 
Deventer under Gerard Ter Borch. M. 

VITA. Mother's pride. A lady in rich attire, seated in a bedroom, 
is dressing her little boy, who is on his knees before her. 

(). 17^ by 15 in., h. f. 10^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: [ \1 \ 1 V T"" 1 

Kngraved by D. J. Sluyter. >o VM ^YXQaI^Y 1 £C 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. J 



XETSCHKR. 241 

1726. Lady Philippina Stanton, in a white satin dress. Full length 
figure, standing on a terrace, garden background. 

C 34^4 by 27^ in., h. f. 28 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 



7^/ctfcneir fee / C^8 








Lent by the endowment "family van Weede", since 1897. 

1726. Constantin Huygens (1596 — 1687). Bust, the three quarter face 
turned towards the left. 

O. 1 o^ by 9 in., h. h. 7.\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to 

the right: 

Engraved by A. Blootelingh. Purchased by King William I in 1825. 

1727. Coenraad van Beuningen (1622 — 1693). Seen almost to the 
knees, the left hand resting on ^ . _ ^ 

a chair. C Net cl\W ffcH 

C. 19 by 15% in., h. h. $\ in. v* J J 

Signed on the background to the right: \ f \ 2 

Van der Hoop collection. J ^ / 3 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1728. Helena Catharina de Witte. Wife of 
lman Mogge. Seen to the knees, seated 
near a fountain. 

C. 19^ by 15^4 in., h. h. 2^4 in. * 

Signed at the bottom to the left : 

Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

1729. Portrait of a gentleman. (Probably a member of the family 
van Citters). Seen to the knees, the right n /" 

arm resting on a pedestal. (Rfj**//' h r<* IS* 

C. i 9 i 4 by 15% in., h. h. 31^ in. sX V Q T\ *■ 'til 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 'J S 

A replica of this portrait, dated 1679, is in / *7 im 

the National Gallery of London, where it is * 

supposed to represent George, Earl of Berkeley. Bequeathed by Mr. A. 
J. W. Farn combe Sanders, the Hague 1887. 

1730. Portrait of a lady. (Probably a member of the family van 
Citters). Seated, seen to the knees. / t C r— 
Compani on to the preceding No. p Nf{ / c A £ ^ >C C 

C. 19J4 by 15^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Signed (_ J Y I 
at the height of the shoulders: J 

Same source as No. 1 729. s 

1731. Cornells Backer (1633— 1681). Qn ' &/ 4 
Councillor,, dean and Colonel of the civic-guard of Amsterdam. 
Seen to the knees, the right arm resting on a table. 

C. 19^4 by 16% in., h. h. 3^ in. Acquired in England, 1881. 

1732. William III, Prince of Orange and Stadthokler of the United 



242 NETSCHER. 



Provinces. Full length figure, standing ^ a 

in a landscape; in the background a^, \ f jiY \L a \h 

cavalry engagement. f iXLft ICtlCY 

C. 31* by 25 in., h. h. 314 in. ^ •/ T^ M * 

Signed at the bottom to the left: v 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1733. Mary Stuart. Wife of William III. Companion to the preceding 
No. Full length figure, seated on the terrace of a park. 

C 3 l8 k hy 25 in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as No. 1732. 

1734. William III. Stadtholder of the United Provinces. Whole length 
figure. A copy after No. 1732, perhaps by Johan van Huchtenburg. 
C. 3 ll k hy 25V1 in., h. f. 24^4 in. Purchased at the sale M. C. van Hall in 1858. 

1735. Baron Menno van Coehoorn (1641— 1704). General of Artillery 
and a celebrated military engineer. Half length figure, the left 
hand resting on a commander's staff. (Copy probably after the 
original in the possession of Colonel J. J. Wierts). 

C. 37^4 by 31 in., nat. size. Engraved by J. Houbraken. 
Bequest of Count M. D. van Limburg Stirum, 1891. 

1736. Pieter Rendorp (1648— 1699). Seated, seen to the knees, facing 

the right. 

C. on O. 19 by 15^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van dePoll, 1885. 

1737. Johanna Hulft (1649— 1699). Wife of the former. Seated, seen 
to the knees, facing the left. 

C. on O. 19 by 15^ in., h. h. 3V4 in. Same source as No. 1736. 

1738. Jan Boudaan Courten (1635 — 1716). Sheriff of Middelburg. 
Seated, seen to the knees, almost full face. Copy by Philip van Dijk. 

C. 19 by 15^4 in., h. h. 3^ in. 

Bequeathed by Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

1739. Anna Maria Hoeufft (1646— 1715). Wife of the preceding. 

Seen to the knees, seated in a park. Copy by Philip van Dijk. 
C. 19 by 15^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as No. 1738. 

NETSCHER (Constantijn), was baptized 16 December 1668 at the 
Hague and buried there 27 March 1723. Pupil of his father, 
Caspar Netscher. 

1740. Jacob Jan de Backer (1667 — 17 18). Standing, seen to the 
knees. 

C. ov. 19^4 by i6ifc in., /" //V A / , /) / / * a 

h. h. z\ in. signed at Lonft: jvei/f'lZK SO On - 

the bottom to the right: I J ** 

Bicker bequest, 1881. ' 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

1741. Agatha Bicker (1671 — 1706). Wife of the former. Seated, seen 
to the knees. /)A A * 

l^X^l^^ Con/tNJcLr. j£j>4. 

Same source as No. 1740. V . (/ 

NEUHUYS (Albert), born at Utrecht, 10 June 1844. Pupil of G. 
Craeyvanger and of the Academy of Antwerp. Worked at the 
Hague and at Laren, finally settled at Amsterdam. 



NEUHUYS. 243, 



1742. The lovers. Interior of a ' fisherman's dwelling. 

C. 31 by 23^ in., h. f. seated, 17^4 in. Signed in the foreground to 
the left : Alb, Neuhuys f. 80. Engraved by C. Ed. Taurel. 
Bought at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1 88c. 

1742a. By the cradle. The mother is seated peeling potatoes with a 
baby by her side. 

C 3°& hy 35% in., h. h. 3^ in. Signed to the right: Albert Xeuhuys f.gy. 
Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, of London, 1903. 

NEUHUYS (Joseph), born at Utrecht, 7 April 1841; died at War- 
mond in 1890. Pupil of his brother Albert. Studied also at the 
Academy of Antwerp. 

1743. Landscape. A wooded country darkened by a threatening 
shower of rain. 

M. 11 by 1414 in. Signed in the foreground to the right: Joseph Aeuhuys. 
Presented by the committee of the Royal Library, who had drawn it from 
the tombola of the u Kunstkroniek" in 1887. 

NICKELEN (Isaac van), was in 1660 made a member of the 
St. Luke's Guild of Harlem, where he was buried 27 December 
1703. He was also a glass-maker. E, 

1744. The St. Bavon's Church at Harlem. View of the choir r 
taken from the nave. 

C. 19^ by 17 in., h. f. 2 in. Acquired in 1806. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

NICOLAS (L.), a French painter; worked in the second half of the 
XIX century, at Paris (?). 

1745. A study of the nude. A female figure, reposing on the grass. 

C. 26% by 37 in., h. h. 5^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : L. Nicolas 86. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

NICOLIE (Josephus-Christianus), was born in 1798 at Antwerp 
and died there in 1854. 

1746. The church of St. James, at Antwerp, during a service 
held at a side altar, near the tomb of Rubens. 

M. 26 by 20^ in., h. f. 2% in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right: J. C. Nicolie 182s . 

Acquired at an exhibition, Harlem 1825. 

NIEULANDT (Adriaen van), born at Antwerp in 1587; died at 
Amsterdam, 7 July 1658. Pupil of Pieter Isaacsz. and of Frans- 
Badens. 

1747. The procession of the lepers on Lost Monday, at Am- 
sterdam. View of the Dam; in the centre, the weighing-house; 
to the left, the old Town-Hall; to the right - * . 

and in the background, the Damrak. The Jidn jflX^ 
public square is filled with people in various tyO/l . 

stations of life. K(CuTO)V)i 

C. 2 yds 11% in. by 3 yds 11 in., h. f. 1514 !"• • *> / 

Signed in the foreground, on a slate: *1^C)f. ^037 

Engraved by S. Fokke. Formerly in the parlour of ** 
the hospital for lepers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 



j2 44 NIEULANDT. 



1748. The peace of Munster, 1648. An allegorical composition with 
numerous figures. Prince Frederick- Henry is standing on t a 
triumphal car. and Prince William II is receiving an olive branch 
presented to 



him bv the 
Angel of 
Peace. On the 
right is the 




tyanjxiculatw); 



ngnt is tne i ILi /1^/fi^n 
portrait of the ^Xl~ vtl t*lC'» 

CFecit /fn??o )Qo 



. *.■ * VVItV&V/ilVUl Will pv^UIUVll II J*»» * *■■ W** W %*»* ^* a ■• «.««%wv« v • 



painter. 

C. 54 by 41^4 in., 

h. f. 12% in. 

Signed on a drum: 

Bequeathed by Mr. N. C. Lambrechtsen van Ritthem to the Art Academy 

at Middelburg in 1823. Bought at the sale of Fred. Muller, 1902. 

1749. Amphitrite. An allegorical composition with Tritons and Naiads. 

C. 65 in. by 
2 yds 7 in., 
h. h. 2\ in. 

Signed on a floating piece of board : . /T *. 1 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1892. ' U * ' 

NIEULANDT (Adriaen van) and LASTMAN (Claes Pietersz.). 

See Las/man: The Company of Captain Abram Boom and of 
Lieutenant Anthonie Oetgens, No. 1424. 

NIEULANDT (Jacob van), born in 1592 or 1593, probably at 
Amsterdam where he was living in 16 14. He died in December 
1634. Was the younger brother of Adriaen van Nieulandt. . 

1750. The fishmongers. The master of the shop and a young woman 
are standing behind a counter on which fish is exposed for sale. 
A lady is making purchases. In the background are seen the 
walls of the town, r 

in., natT"size * Sfcned / -7 a ^^ • F- 1 ()// 

to the right: — ' 

Purchased in Chelsea, 1898. 

OfiL (Paul Joseph), born at Waulsort on the Maas, 20 April 
1789; died at Sosoye in 1822. Pupil of Guillaume-Jacques 
Herreyns. A\ 

1751. A street brawl at Amsterdam, with the "Westerkerk" in 
sight. On the vegetable market a tumult caused by two drunken men. 

C. 29% by 35 ifc in., h. f. 10 in. Signed in the foreground to the 
right: Xo'cl 182 1. Engraved by F. L. Huygens. Lithographed by Madou. 
Purchased at an exhibition held at the Hague in 1833. 

1752. In the vineyard. A vine-dresser attempts to kiss a young lass. 

O. 8^1 by 7 in., h. h. 3 in. Engraved by an anonymous artist. 
From the Mauritshuis, 1826. 

NOOMS (Reinier), called ZEEMAN, born at Amsterdam in 1623; 
died a little before 1668. Made long sea voyages. E. 




NOOMS. 245 

1753. Naval battle off Leghorn, 14 
March 1653. 

on I" l£. flV: ^ ?% '"' ^ <-^l > Z MW&H 
On a sheet of paper which seems as — 



if slipped between the frame, a description is given of the scene represented. 
From the offices of the trade with \he Levant, 27 June 1826. 

1764. View of the "Bothuisje" (shed for the sale of plaice) 
and of the borders of the Y, at Amsterdam. 

C. io,^ by 25 1 4 in. Signed on a craft: -v w . 

Bought at the sale W. Gruyter, Amsterdam 1882. /T . TLCiMcZfX 

1755. View of Salee 

C. 25^4 by 43^4 in. Signed in the centre on a mountain : J) . "^ cC V%W*\\* 
Originally in the offices of the Admiralty at Amster- 
dam and afterwards transferred to the model room in the Admiralty at the Hague. 

1756. View of Tripoli'. 

C. 24^ by 43*4 in. Signed on a streamer: R. Zeeman. Same source as No. 1755. 

1757. View of Syracuse. 

C. 24^ by 43^ in. Signed on a streamer : R. Zeeman. Same source as No. 1755. 

1758. View of Algiers. 

C. 24^ by 43^ in. Signed on a streamer: R. Zeeman. Same source as'Ko. 1755. 

1759. The burning of the English fleet, at Rochester, by the 
Dutch, June 1667. Attributed to this artist. 

C. 45 by 67*4 in. From the model room of the Admiralty at the Hague. 

NOORDT (Joannes van), born at Amsterdam, where he worked 



until after 1676. E. 
Dionys Wynand 
knees, standing near a table. f y- j 



until alter 1070. zs. ^ 

1760. Dionys Wynands. Seen to the Juoa/ni^.f/oOW 



d° 



C 49% ky 40^4 in., nat. size. 

Signed in the background to the right: *~\ /t ^ f^ 

Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1886. Y^/Vrt/ J 6 6<± 

1761. Another portrait of the same ^ * 
person. Seen to the knees, standing. ^- 

COP. 8 by 6V4 in., h. h. ift in. Dated in the background to the right : 1644. 
On the back of the plate the inscription: Dionis Wynands. 
Same source as No. 1760. 

1762. The self-restraint of Scipio. Before the victor who has risen 
from his throne, the Iberian princess /T "-^v. 

is kneeling holding her betrothed ifctf#/:*Qf. )l&Q2&L 

bv the hand. A numerous suite ^*-^ 
is in attendance. 

C. 4<>>fe by 34^4 in., h. f. 21^4 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Acquired at the sale H. Muilman, Am- 
sterdam 181 3. 
Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll bequest, 1880. 

NOORDT (Pieter Pietersz. van), born in 1592. Was working at 
Leyden from a little before 1626 until 1648. Supposed to have 
settled afterwards at Zwolle where one of his largest pictures is 
to be seen in the protestant Orphanage. 




246 NOORDT. 



T. u . Hooet- 



1763. A study of fish. A carp and a small heap of perch on a 
table, by the side of which are a pail and a fishing rod. 

C. 26 by 31 in., nat. size. _— ~ 

Signed at the bottom to the left : / ) ^, ■ v . 

Acquired, with the following No., 4-*^ 

at the sale of Jhr. W. Gockinga, 

Amsterdam 1883. 

1764. A study 'of still life. Lying on a table are a pike and a few 
roaches ; by the side a basket —^ 

and fishing rod. / j ^^ - " 1 ' ' • 

C. 26 by 3114 in., nat. size. #*^ *"\ ^ """"^^TN^i/f^ D B? 1 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : / ) J J \t^ L' ■ *■ 

Same source as No. 1763. 

NOTER (Pieter Francois de), born at Waelhem, 23 February 1779; 
died at Ghent in 1842. Pupil of Johannes Franc^scus van Geel. E. 

1765. The Sass' gate at Ghent. An ice scene with skaters. 

M. 33*4 by 44 in., h. f. 3^ in. 

Signed to the left on the trunk of a tree : P. F. de -Water 182J. 

Purchased at an exhibition, the Hague 1827. 

1766. The St. Walburg church at Audenarde. Seen from a 
public place with XVII century buildings. 

M. 23 by 21^4 in., h. f. 2.\ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
/'. F. de Water 182J. Acquired at an exhibition, Harlem 1825. 

1767. The polypticha of Hubert and Jan van Eyck in the 
church of St. Bavon, at Ghent. 

C. 38*4 by 30^4 in., h. f. 9 \ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : 
P. F. de Water 1829. From the Dutch Museum. 

NOUTS (Michiel), a painter of the middle of the XVII century, 
worked probably at Delft. 

1768. Portrait of a lady., A middle-aged woman seated in an 
armchair, seen to the /J a ^ ** 

knees, facing the right. (In . I . ( f*\\(* ** • 

C 42^ by 3334 in., nat. / |/ / / f f/1 Z C L . 1M Q Ul 5 * 

size. Signed on the C-^ J 

background to the left: j j J 



jHcjcc'd.) ff^ 



From the collection Gijs- 
bert de Clercq, 1899. 
Acquired from the Rem- 
brandt Society in 1900. 

NUYEN (Wynand Jan Joseph), was born 4 March 18 13 at the 
Hague, where he died 2 June 1839. Was a pupil of Andreas 
Schelf hout. L - E. 

1769. A landscape with ruins. An undulating country partly 
covered with groves. 
<-'• 39 by 55^4 in. 
Signed to the left on the water: /K J, J. Wuyen/.j6. Purchased in 1 877 

NYMEGEN (Dionys van), was born in 1705 at Rotterdam and 
died in that town 28 August 1798. Son and pupil of Elias van 
Nymegen. Worked at Rotterdam. 



NYMEGEN. 247 



1770. Portrait of the painter himself. Bust. 

COP. ov. 6*4 by 5*4 in., h. h. 2.\ in. On the back is the inscription : 



(This is the portrait of Dionys van 
Nijmegen, painter, done by myself). 



»Dit is de afbeelding van Dionys 
van Nijmegen, Kunstschilder en 
door hemzelven geschilderd enz.« 

Bought, with the following No., at the sale Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1900 

1771. Sara Stiermans. Wife of the former. Bust. 

COP. ov. 6^4 b) 5^ in., h. h. 2.\ in. On the back is the inscription: 



»Dit is de Afbeelding van Vrouwe 
Sara van Nijmegen geb. Stiermans, 
Huisvrouw van Dionys van Nijme- 
gen en door denzelfden geschilderd, 
enz.« 



(This is the portrait of Sara van 
Nijmegen, born Stiermans, wife of 
Dionys van Nijmegen, painted by 
the latter). 

Same source as No. 1770. 

1772. Dionys van Nymegen Eliasz. As a boy. Grandson of the 
painter, full length figure, standing. 

C 31% by 26 in., h. f. 26% in. On the socle of a pilaster, the inscription: 
DIONYS van NIJMEGEN, eliaszoon oud XI jaren 

GESCHILDERT DOOR 

DIONYS van NYMEGEN eliaszoon oud 86 jaren, 1790. 
. Purchased at the sale J. Hollander, Brussels 1888. 

1773. Frans de Haes (1708 — 1761). Poet and linguist, at Rotterdam. 

COP. ov. 4V4 by 3% in., h. h. 114 in. TV V NVmEGEM 

In grisaille. Signed to the left: gJ ' * 

On the back of the plate is the inscription : F. de p 1 n x . 

Haas 1708. One of the series of portraits of the " Panpoeticon Batavum". 

See Arn. van Halen, p. 139. 

1774. Cornells van der Pot (1670— 17 19). Poet at Rotterdam. 

COP. ov. 4^4 by 3^ in., h. h. \\ in. In grisaille. On the back of the 

plate, the inscription : Corn, van der Pot, ijoj. 

Signed to the left: RJVm EGEN 

Same source as No. 1773. 

1775. Adriaan van der Vliet (1708 — 1777). Poet at Rotterdam. 

COP. ov. 4^ by 3^ in.,, h. h. 1 in. In grisaille. On the back of the 
plate the inscription: A. v. Vliet ijof. Same source as No. 1773. 

1776. Adriaen Paets, Director of the E. I. Company (Company of 
the Dutch Indies), Chamber of Commerce of Rotterdam, 1734. 
C. ov. 32V4 by 26^4 in., nat. size. Signed to the right: D. VAN NYMEGEN. 
From the former offices of the E. I. Company nt Rotterdam. See No. 2666. 

1777. Hugo du Bois, Director of the E. I. Company, Chamber of 
Commerce at Rotterdam, 1734. 

C. ov. 32^ by 26^4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1776. 

OBERMAN (Anthony), was born in 1781 at Amsterdam and died 
there 20 October 1845. E. 

1778. Two horsemen in a landscape. One is in the saddle, the 
other has dismounted. 

M. 1 1 \ by 14^ in., h. f. 4^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left : A. Oder man 181J. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1779. A horse grazing. In the distance three more horses. 

C. 23^4 by 2.\\ in., h. animal, 10^4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : A. Oberman 1828. Same source as No. 1778. 



J 67 4 



248 ( >BKRMAN. 

1780. A horse near the coach-house. 

C. 24 by 2 life in., h. animal, life in. 

Signed to the left on the pail: A. Oberman 182S. Same source as No. 177S. 

OCHTERVELT (Jacob), born about 1635 at Rotterdam, died 
probably before 1700 at Amsterdam, where he was living since 
1674. He was a fellow student of Pieter de Hoogh when 
studying under Nicolas Berchem. 

1781. Four governors of the, hospital for lepers, the super- 
intendent and a woman with two children, 1674. The 
governors are: Anthony de Haes, Gillis Hens, Bonaventura van 
Dortmont and Isaac Hudde. Full length figures grouped round 
a table. ^y* + 

C. 61% in. by 2 yds /V^ f* 

Signed at \teZl / ( Jf /itCl^ti &T* / ♦ 

torn to the left : K^ m +S * ' ~ f 

Formerly in the governors' room ~ "** 

of the hospital for lepers. Lent by 
the town of Amsterdam since 1885. 

1782. The musicians. In a richly furnished room the musicians are 
playing before a little girl, the daughter of the house, who is 
standing between her mother and her nurse who is kneeling. 

C. 29% by 23*4 in., h. f. 17.^ 

in. Signed at the bottom to 

the left : 

Acquired at the sale held 28 

February 1878 at Amsterdam. 

Bequeathed by Mrs. M. H. Insinger, nee van Loon, 1903. 

ODEKERCKEN (Willem van), worked at the Hague towards 1631, 
and from 1643 at Delft, where he was buried 23 September 1677. 

1783. A woman scouring. She is seen at work in a kitchen. 

(). 28^4 by 23^4 in., h. f. 21 in. Signed on 

a press placed against the wall to the right : \^* • Qq C . jfc g TTcjf* 

Presented by Mr. A. Willet, 1885. ^ 

ODEVAERE (Joseph-Dionysius), bom at Bruges, 2 October 1778; 
died at Brussels, 26 February 1830. Was a pupil of Jacques- 
Louis David. E - L. 

1784. The last defenders of Missolonghi, 22 April 1826. 

O. 23 by 34 in., h. f. 14I4 in. Signed to the right on a step: J. Odevaere r82b. 
From the Pavilion u Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

OEVER (Hendrick ten), worked at Zwolle in the latter half of the 
XVII century. Before that time he had lived at Amsterdam in 
1659, where he was a pupil of Cornells de Bie. Died after 1700. 

1785. A family group. The father, mother, four children and a 
maid-servant. The parents are seated. 

C. 2 yds 4k in. by 2 
yds 10 in., nat. size. 
Signed in the foreground 




ac * OrMcr\>ci! I 






to the right: \*J ^ c . /y ^> ^f 

Acquired in 1873. SlXSOOy* 



OLIPHANT. 249 



Ja\ ou&hvnb 



OLIPHANT (Jacobus), an artist of the middle 
of the XVIII century. 

1786. Johannes Thedens. Governor of the Dutch- 
Indies, 1741 — 1743. ' I 

Cop. 13*4 by 9^ in., h. h. 3I4 in. On the back- ^OC 

ground to the right, the inscription : Johannes J l/Kt Xtt 

Thedens, Gouv. Gen. 'van Xederland. Indie , etatis 

Suae 64, and signed underneath : J 7 4 2* 

Same source as No. 328. 

OLIS (Jan), born at Gorinchem towards 16 10; died probably at Amster- 
dam after 1655. Worked at Dordrecht between 1630 and 1655. 

1787. View of a kitchen. In the foreground a large table covered 
with plumed game, vegetables and fruit; behind the table a 
woman is putting a fowl to the spit, a young girl standing 
near her. At the table a man is seen drinking. 

O. 27 by 32 in., h. f. 1 1^4 ^. 

in. Signed on the table : /ft tl e* . V/T/- ' / m X' >f f* 

From the National M«- (■JPI'LS \/Mt f JOfS . 
seum, the Hague 1808. >w "^ 

OMMEGANCK (Balthasar-Paul), baptized 26 December 1755 at 
Antwerp, where he died 18 January 1826. Pupil of Hendrik 
Joseph Antonissen. Z. 

1788. Landscape in West-Flanders, with human figures and cattle. 

M. 29^ by 35 in., h. animal, 4 in. 

Signed to the left in the foreground: B. P. Ommeganck. 

Purchased at an exhibition, Brussels 1824. 

OOSTERDYK (W.), Dutch artist of the second half of the XVII century. 

1789. Portrait of a young _ _ * ^-^ _ _^ 

rsrw?^ W O osterd 1 

size. Signed in the fore- 



ground to the left : , f f ^^ 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired [ y \J) jp 
in 1895. 



y$j j » 1 cq 7 



1790. Portrait of a young girl. Full length figure. 

C. 58^ by 49^ in., nat. size. 
Signed to the right, on a pilaster: 
Same source as No. 1789. 

OPPERDOES (Jan Pietersz.), born at Amsterdam in 1631 or 1632. 
Pupil of Govert Camphuysen. 

1791. A farmhouse, with several figures in the foreground. -v - 

O. 15% by 23 in., h. f. 3^4 in. Signed on the frontage: QJlpCYuOt* 
Bought at the sale of Count Rasponi, Amsterdam 1883. ** 

OPZOOMER (Simon), born at Rotterdam, 19 September 18 19; died 
at Antwerp in 1878. Pupil of Mattheus Ignatius van Bree. 

1792. Valdez and Magdalena Moons at the siege of Leyden. 

M. 30^ by 25^ in., h. f. seated, 17*4 in. Signed at the top to the right : 
Simon Opzoomer. Purchased from the artist in 1850. Van der Hoop 
collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



250 OPZOOMER. 



1793. The last prayer of Johan van Oldenbarneveldt, a few 

minutes before his execution. 

C. 42^ by 32*4 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed : Simon Opzoomer, 

Baron Reinhard van Lynden bequest, 1899. 

ORMEA (Willem), worked, towards the middle of the XVII century, 
principally at Utrecht. Died after 1660. Pupil of his father, 
Marcus Ormea. 

1794. A study of fish. On a board are spread various kinds of fish? 
a few shells and a basket with plaice. 

(). 21 \ by 36*4 in., real size. Signed on the table to the left: 
Purchased at 
Utrecht in 
1898. 



rm j — O -— ■ 

W. ORMIA ,/£■// 1658. 

OS (Georgius- Jacobus- Johannes van), born at the Hague, 20 No- 
vember 1782; died at Paris, 24 July 1861. Pupil of his father, 
Jan van Os. L. 

1795. Flowers. A nosegay in a bottle. 

(). 15 by 8*4 in., real size. Signed on the table: G. y. y. van Os. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1796. Landscape near Hilversum. View of a meadow bounded by 
high trees. 

C. 32 by 39^ in., h. animal, 2 1 4 in. The animals are by his brother, 
Pieter Gei'hardus van Os. Signed to the left in the foreground: G. y. 
y. van Os, P. G.van Os. From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

1797. Spring. A magnificent bouquet of spring flowers in a Grecian 
vase, standing on a plinth, with a bas-relief in bronze. 

C- 58^4 by 45*^ in. Signed on the stone slab : G. y. y. van Os 1S16. 
Acquired at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 181 6. 

1798. Autumn. Dead game, a few late flowers and hunting implements. 

C. 58^ by 45*4 in. Signed on the stone slab: G. y. y. van Os 1818. 
Purchased at an exhibition held at Harlem, 1825. 

OS (Jan van), baptized at Middelharnis, 23 February 1744; died at 
the Hague, 7 February 1808. Pupil of Aert Schouman. 

1799. Still life. Flowers, fruit and dead birds. 

M- 35 D y 2 ^ 1 a m - Signed on the marble slab : y. van Os. Fecit 1774. 
From the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

OS (Maria Margrita van), was born 1 November 1780 at the Hague; 
died in that town, 17 November 1862. Was a pupil of her father, 
Jan van Os. 

1800. A study of still life. On a table covered with a red cloth, a 
cut wine glass and a dish on which lies a lemon. 

O. 10^4 by 9 in. Signed to the right on the table: M. M. van Os. 
Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1826. 

OS (Pieter Gerhardus van), was born 8 October 1776 at the Hague and 
died there 28 March 1839. Was a pupil of his father Jan van Os. E-L. 

1801. On the banks of the Rhine. An undulating country with, in 
the foreground, cattle lying on the grass. 

M. 15 by 20^ in., h. animal, 3% in. Signed to the left in the fore- 
ground: P. G. van Os, 1S06. From the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 



OS. 2 5 1 

1802. Evening. A landscape on the banks of the Rhine. In the fore- 
ground a few cows lying down in a meadow. 

C 34^ by 47 in., h. animal, 4^ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right : J\ G. van Os ft 18 16. 

Acquired at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 181 6. 

1803. Early evening. In the foreground of a mountainous landscape, 
two herdsmen are seen leading their cattle. 

C. 27^ by 32 in., h. animal, 4^ in. Signed to the left in the fore- 
ground: P. G.van Os f From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

1804. Afternoon. A shepherd and shepherdess are resting among 
their flock in the shade of some high birch trees, in a hilly landscape. 

C. 58 in. by 2 yds 1 in., h. animal, 9 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left : /'. G. van Os ft 1820. 

Bought at an exhibition, Harlem 1825. 

1805. An out-post of Cossacks in 1813. Four soldiers keeping guard 
round a fire. 

O. 8*^ by 10% in., h. f. on horseback, 5 \ in. Signed to the right in the 
foreground: P. G. van Os. Presented by Jkvr. Ploos van Amstel to the 
Royal Archeological Society. Lent to the Museum since 1889. 

1806. The breaking of the ice in the "Karnemelksloot", near 
Naarden, 1814. 

C. 39 by 5 life in., h. f. 6 in. Signed to the right in the foreground: P. G. 
van Os fecit. From the Pavilion "Welgelegen'', Harlem 1885. 

1807. The bombardment of Naarden in 1814. 

C 23^ by 31% in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed in the foreground towards the 
centre: P. G. van Os fecit. Same source as No. 1806. 

1808. The making . of the ravelin before Naarden during the 
siege of 1814. 

C 39 by 52 in., h. f. 4^4 in. Signed to the right, on a sheet of paper : P. G. 
van Os fecit. Same source as No. 1806. 

1809. The casemates of Naarden in 181 4. 

C. 2i*fe by 25^ in. Signed to the left in the foreground : /'. G. van Os f 181 4. 
Same source as No. 1806. 

1810. The lion. The animal is standing erect, his mouth wide open. 

C. 2 yds 1^4 in. by 51^ in., nat. size. Signed to the right in the fore- 
ground : P. G. van Os f Same source as No. 1 806. 

OSSENBEECK (Willem), an artist of the first half of the XVII century 
who, according to Houbraken, worked at Rotterdam. He spent 
several years in Italy. 

1811. Mercury and Io. The nymph whom Jupiter has changed into 
a heifer to guard her against the jealousy of Juno, is being 
brought back to her father by Mercury. 

O. 14^4 by 22 in., h. f. 4^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left * 

L. Dupper Wz., -* -«*> /» fta> ft? • 

bequest, 1870. <W * OSSINBeCiV P ) 6 ? X 

1812. Landscape with herdsmen and cattle. f\ /^\ 

O. 1914 by 25% in., h. f. seated, 8^4 in. fl . ' / / 

Signed at the bottom to the left: fl (£ € (P W O iC0C/t 

Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. U3^^ ** w w «~/X^ 



2 52 OSTADK. 



OSTADE (Adriaen van), baptized 10 Decemlrer 1610, at Harlem, 
where he lived and was buried on 2 May 1685. Was a pupil 
of Frans Hals. E. 

1813. A painter's studio. A high and spacious apartment to which 
the light has access through a small window the panes of which 
are set in lead. In the foreground the artist is seen at work 
before his easel. 

O. 14^ by 13^ in., h. f. 4*4 i"- A Q 

Signed to the left on a bench : • ' 

Lithographed by A. C. Cramer Xz. Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, 

Rotterdam 1808. 

1814. The charlatan. A village scene. The man is standing behind 
a cask offering a small bottle to 4 jf 

a peasant and to an old woman. u /TH-n n)/» 1 A // £ 

O. 11 by 8*4 in., h. f. s in. /V»\JJl^ . 1 

Signed at the bottom to the right: *-^ r 

Engraved by an anonymous artist and by W. Unger. Sale D. Teeng's, 
Amsterdam 181 1. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L, Dapper Wz., 1870. 

1815. The baker. He is leaning over the lower part of his shop door 
blowing his horn. 

(). 11 by 8*4 in., h. f. 6» 4 in. Engraved by A. van Ostade. 

Sale P. de Heere van Holy, Rotterdam 1824. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. 

Bequest I.. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

1816. The merry peasant. He is laughing • -v 
immoderately hugging an ale-pot. /\ r r\ C-fi r\jy Q 

O. 6k by 5*4 in., h. h. 2^ in. / V ^ * v v 

Signed on the background to the right: -x 

Sales P. Fouquet 1801 and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

1817. Peasants round a hearth, in a kitchen. One of the party is 
standing with a jug in his hand and relating a story. 

COP. 15 by 19 in., h. f. 6i 4 in. j 

Signed at the bottom to the right: A/, (/stav*. . lb 6 J . 

Engraved by B. A. Danker and C. L. van ^-^ 

Kesteren. Sales Lormier 1763; Choiseul 1772 and of the Duchess de Berry. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1818. Travellers resting. Seated in the yard of an inn are two men 
smoking and drinking; the landlady is standing behind them. Several 
other figures in the background. - 

(). 14*4 by n a 4 in., h. f. seated, 5^ in. u S\ 1 (\ X 

Signed al the bottom to the left: J1/ \ (jSiClVC . JOJf 

Lithographed by Gerstenhauer Zimmer- *-^ 
man. Engraved by J. A. Boland. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1819. A confidential chat. Two country people, a man and a woman, 
are seated in close proximity at a table. 

O. 8I4 by 7I4 in., h. h. i* 4 in.' -'VtfSfnDe ) 6 y + 

Signed on the edge of the table: 

Sale (hr. Goll van Frankenstein, Amsterdam 1833. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



OSTADE. 253 

1821. The herring-woman, seated on the step of a peasants dwelling, 
the front of which is covered with vine branches. A villager 
standing near is talking to her. \ 

V' l $*k by 12 Hi i n «» h. f. 7^4 in. Dated on a sheet of paper rl/f/v - 

in the window on the right hand side : \~^s~^ 

The signature here subjoined, written at the bottom to the left, on a cupboard, 

has been probably added at a later date: 

Formerly the property of Mrs. Messchert hk/ VjSl.t\At I lj 6 

van Vollenhoven, born van Lennep, at 

Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1892. 

OSTADE (Isack van), baptized 2 June 1621, at Harlem: was- 
buried in that town 16 October 1649. Studied under his brother, 
Adriaen van Ostade. 

1822. A village inn. In front of the house a white horse is feeding 
on fodder; in the foreground travellers and beggars; in the 
background various other figures < *— - $ /* 

and a hay cart crossing a bridge. ftfMtA, • i***** $fiwdiC 

(). 20% by 2714 in., h. horse, 3% in. J g 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : ' • j 

Engraved by VV. Uriger. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1823. A wayside inn. A peasant is harnessing a white horse to a 
cart. Under an arbour close to the decayed inn, villagers are 
smoking their pipes whilst the landlady is <~ m 7' ri 
serving them with refreshments. jSC/C^f^* 1 
O. 22 by 19 in. Signed in the background to the right : yj ^ » V* « / 
Van der Hoop collection. CJ^ 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

OUDENROGGE (Johannes Dircksz.), born at Leyden in 1622;: 
died at Harlem in 1653. Pupil of his uncle, Adriaen-Jansz. 
Witvelt, in his native town. Visited France. 

1824. A weaver's workshop. To the right a loom; to the left 
three men seated near the fire place and in the background an 
old woman intent on her work. 

O. 1 6>4 by 22 in., /* 

h. f. 6 in. ^? / y 

Signed at the bot- H Q tl Ct t W-y O C '• / (f £* \~- 

torn in the centre : ^ J til -** 

Sales of Mrs. A. LX VJ J 

de la Court-Backer, Leyden 1766 and of J. A. Versyden van Varick,. 

Leyden 1791. Bought in June 18 19. 

OUWATER (Isaak), was born 16 March 1750 at Amsterdam and. 
buried there 4 March 1793. 

1825. The unfinished tower of the New Church, at Amster- 
dam. Seen from the Dam, showing part of the Town-Hall, now 
the Royal Palace. 

C- 2 3% hy 29I/4 in., h. f. 3^ in. /% & 

Signed at the bottom to the left 
Purchased at the sale G. Schimmel- \^ ^/ 
penninck, Amsterdam 1819. 




254 OU WATER. 






1826. The St. Anthony weighing-house, at Amsterdam. View 

from the "Nieuwe Markt" (New market Place), crowded with 
booths and groups of people. 

C. 23% by 29J4 in., h. f. 3^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left 
Same source as No. 1825. 

OVENS (Jurriaen Ovens), born at T6nningen-in-Holstein, in 1623; 
died at Friedrichstadt, 7 December 1678. Was a pupil of 
Rembrandt. Worked at Amsterdam between 1656 and 1662 and 
afterwards became Court painter to the Duke of Holstein. E. 

1827. Six governors and a doorkeeper of the " Oude Zijds 
Huiszittenhuis" (asylum) in 1656. Five of the governors are 
seated round a table, the figures are seen to the knees; the 
doorkeeper is standing in the background. 
Their names are : Jan Celyns, Maerten Kanter, 
Cornells Hoppesack, Pieter Ernst van Bassen, 
Jan Lantsman and Mr. Willem vander Does. 

C. 59 1 /* i"» hy 78% in., nat. size. / [/"fiftj r 

Signed at the top to the left, on a wall: I yC_^ J 

Dated beneath : An° i6j6* ^ — 

From the "Werkhuis". Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1828. Jan Bernd Schaep (1633 — 1666), richly dressed. Half length 

figure, turned towards the right. f^f /**.\ /•/r» \ \Q 

C 45^ by 34 in., nat. size. / • Qj J/ £, jV«J> • 




Signed on the background to the right: J **** ' f 

Bicker bequest, 1881. «/ I C 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. ^/ 

1829. A family group, representing the father, mother and their six 
children. The figures are seen to the knees. 

C. 44^ by 68^4 in., nat. size. Purchased at the sale Van der Willigen, 
Harlem 1874, as being the portrait of Rycklof van Goens and his family, 
by J. B. Weenix. 

1830. An allegorical composition, representing a mother and four 
children. Full length figures. 

C. 43 by 40 in., h. h. 7 in. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

1831. Cornells Nuyts (1574 — 1661). Full length figure, seated at a 
table, turned towards the right. 

C. 6414 by 48^ in., nat. size. 

In his hand he holds a paper bearing the following inscription: 



»Cornelis Nuyts gheportraiteert in 
1658 oud 84 jaaren: na he t af bran- 
den van syne Suycker-ramnaderije 't 
Amsterdam maeckt syne Familye 
ghelukkig door groote conquesten 
in Oost-Indien. Obiit in den ouder- 
dom van 87 Jaaren den VII Juny. 
A° i66i.« 

Bought at Paris in 1896. 

1832. Pieter Cornelisz. Hooft (1 581 — 1647). Historian and poet. 



"Cornells Nuyts whose portrait was 
painted in 1658, being then 84 years 
of age : after the burning of his 
sugar refinery he made his family 
happy by his important conquests 
in the East Indies. He died at the 
age of 87 on the 7th of June in 
the year 1661". 



PAELINCK. 255 



Half length figure, standing near a table on which is seen a 
globe. Copy after Joachim van Sandrart. See No. 21 18. 

C 37% by 32*4 in., nat. size. First attributed to J. van Sandrart and 
later to Leonard Bramer. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808* 

PAELINCK (Joseph), born at Oostacker, 20 March 1781; died at 
Brussels, 19 June 1839. Pupil of Jacques-Louis David. 

1833. Psyche in the palace of Love. She is attended by female slaves. 

C. 3 yds 1 in. by 3 yds 34^ in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground : y* 
Paelinck 182J. Acquired at an exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1838. 

PALAMEDESZ. (Anthonie), born at Delft towards 1601, died at 
Amsterdam 27 November 1673. Lived in his native town. 

1834. A merry party. A gathering of persons in a large room 
provided with a table dressed with viands. A couple of musicians, 
are playing to the company. 

O. 2.\\ by 35 in., h. f. 11 in. Signed on the frame of a picture: 

Formerly the property of Jhr. J. K. J. de Jonge, the Hague. Purchased in 1900. 

1835. Pieter de Witte (1588— 1653). Burgomaster of Zierikzee. 
Half length figure, seated, facing the right. 

C. 32^ by 26^ in., nat. size. Dated on the background to the right: 

Ail : 64 A° 1652. 

Signed : 

From the castle of 

Moermont, in the 

island of Schouwen. 

Bought with the following No. in 1894. 

1836. Cecilia van . Bere- 
stijn (1588 or 1 
to 1661). Widow 
Cornelis Briel, after- *S 
wards married to the pre- 
ceding. Half length figure, 
seated, turned towards the left. 
See No. 1590. 

C* 32% by 26% in., nat. size. 
Signed on the background to 
the left: 
Same source as No. 1835. 

1837. Portrait of a lady of rank, seen to the knees, standing, 

almost full face. (Attributed to this artist). 

C. 49^4 by 39% in., nat. size. Dated on the balustrade : A° 1641. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. D. Balguerie, born van Rijswijck, 1823. 

PALMA IL GIOVINE (Jacopo), was born in 1544 at Venice; died 
there in 1628. Pupil of his father, Antonio Palma. E. 



in., nat. size. Dated on the background to the righ 



iere- ^ / *\ 






256 PALM A IL GIOYINE. 



1839. Loth and his daughters. 

i A\ in y 64 * in - J AC OBV^ PA LM A 

Signed at the bottom to the left : <p" 

In the store-room. From the Royal Cabinet J^ 

of pictures, the Hague 1885. 

PALMA IL VECCHIO (Jacopo), bom at Serinalto, near Bergamo, 
towards 1480; died at Venice in 1528. Was a pupil of Giovanni 
Bellini. 

1840. The Holy family, represented in a landscape with two women 
and the infant St. John. (Copy). 

^•37^ by 52^ in., h. h. 6 in. Presented by Baron van Spaen van 
Biljoen, 1808. In the store-room. 

PALTHE (Jan), born in 17 19 at Deventer; died in 1769 at Leyden, 
where he principally worked. Pupil of his father, Gerard Jan Palthe. E. 

1841. Mrs. Nobel and her grand-children. r» D/ j n^T t n 
Full length figures. / ' ***> l~* 1 JTl £, 

^ 37^4 by 31^ in., h. h. 3^ in. 7 y iff. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: - — _.?T 

Bicker bequest, 1881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

1842. Pieter Cypriaan Testart. Whole length figure, seated. 

O. 34 by 25 in., h. h. 3^ in. (J # s^s. / 

1843. Agatha Heronima Nobel. Wife of the former, whole length 
figure, seated. rj # &\ « / 

O. 34 by 25 in., h. h. / % I ^HUt t\£s ' IQ4/11JC 

Z\ in. Signed at the bot-<^/ U tl^t^c / W^ JS ^ ~™~ 

torn to the left : . ^ ^ 

Same source as No. 1841. / 7 J 1/ 

1844. Johan Willem Parker (1721-1780). Burgomaster of Middel- 
burg. Standing, seen to the knees. 

on the fountain: <*/ * %J CLAC^'^^ / / J 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 

1845. Jacoba Maria van Bueren (17 18 — 1791). Wife of the preceding, 
with her son Willem, 7 years of age. Seated and seen to the 
knees. See No. 1707. 

C. 19^ by \6\ in., h. h. 31*. in. 

Signed on the base of the column : y. Palthe /yj6. Same source as No. 1S44. 

PASINI (Alberto), born at Busseto, near Parma, in 1826. Pupil of 
Eugenio Ciceri, Eugene Isabey and of Theod. Rousseau. 

1846. A studfarm in Algeria on a bright sunshiny day. 

^« 2 3*k by 37 i e in., h. animal, i\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: A. Pa sin i 1880. Presented by the 

Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

PEETERS (Bonaventura), baptized at Antwerp, 23 July 1614; 
died at Hoboken, 25 July 1652. Worked at Antwerp. E. 



PEETERS. 257 



1847. View of the Scheldt, with a few sailing boats near a landing place. 

O. 14^ by 2714 in. 

Signed on a floating piece of board at the bottom to the right : "^. y 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. 

Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1901.- 

PEETERS (Clara), a Flemish painter living in the first half of the 
XVII century. Nagler mentions a work of this artist dated 1658. 
Several of her pictures are in the Prado-Museum at Madrid. 

1848. A study of still life. A perch, eels, oysters, shells from 
Eastern seas and shrimps.; in the background a few flowers. 

O. 10 by 14 in., real size. ' 

Signed to the left on the table: C^X*-AJPLA P * 

Purchased at Amsterdam in 1903. ' 

1848a. Flowers in a glass. (Attributed to this painter). 

COP. 9^ by 7^ in., real size. Bequeathed by A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

PEETERS (Gilles), was baptized at Antwerp 23 January 16 12, 
worked in that town and was buried there 12 March 1653. E, 

1849. A rocky landscape with a water mill. 

O. ov. 17 by 22^4 in. 

Signed to the left on a rock: CiliS-AUtrS> I C ll • 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1883. 

PEETERS (Jan), baptized 24 April 1624, at Antwerp; died there 
probably in 1677. Pupil of his brothers Gilles and Bonaventura. 

1850. The Dutch set fire to the English fleet at Chatham, 
20 June 1667. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 28^ by 42% in., h. f. 2 in. 

On the stern of a fire-ship is the inscription: jnynaL* 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1 808. 

PEPPERCORN (Arthur Douglas), born in London 28 February 
1847. Pupil of Jean-L^on G£rome at Paris. Is living in England. 

1851. Twilight. Cows in a meadow standing near a shed. 

C, 24 by 20% in., h. animal 8 in. Signed at the bottom : Peppercorn* 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

PESCHIER, an artist of the middle of the XVII century. 

1852. "Vanitas". A skull, an hour-glass, an inkstand, a violin and 
a sheet of music. 

C. 22% by 27% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 





Acquired in 1897. 

PHLIPPEAU (Car el Frans), born at Amsterdam, 31 Aug. 1825; 
died at Prinsenhage, 1 5 April 1897. Studied at the Academies 
of Amsterdam and Antwerp. Resided several .years in Rome. 



a 58 PHLIPPEAU. 



1852a. Roman peasant women. Two women are conversing, a little 
girl standing near. Mountainous scenery with a lake. 

M. 11% by 15% in., h. f. 6% in. Signed to the right: Pklippeau T&O6. 
Presented by Mr. F. J. M. A. Reekers, 1904. 

PICKENOY (Nic. Elias), see p. 118. 

PICOLET (Cornells), worked at Rotterdam till about 1690. 

1853. Young men starting for the chase. A country mansion in 
view. The figures in this r 

picture are portraits. f* / r-^ /*. (^ /"V>f 

C. 27 by 23* in., h. f. 18 in. I M^irnht e T? JVO^ 
Signed at the bottom to the right: V ^ w^-**"* C> • 
Formerly in the possession of the family van Tuyll van Serooskerken. 
Purchased with the pecuniary assistance of the Rembrandt Society. 
Sale de Clercq, 1897. 

PICQUt (Charles), born at Deynze in 1799; died at Brussels in 1869. 

1854. On the St. Bernard. One of the dogs has just discovered a 
young woman with her unconscious child 

C* 53% by 44% in., natsize. Signed in the foreground to the left : C. Picque 1827, 
From the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

PIENEMAN (Jan Willem), baptized at Abcoude, 7 November 1779; 
died at Amsterdam, 8 April 1853. He was a self-educated artist.^ -T. 

1855. An allegory on the death of Prince William V, 1806. 

The Maid of the Netherlands stands weeping by the side of the 
bust of the Prince. 

O. 21 by 16% in., h. f. 16^ in. Signed on the tomb-stone: J. W, 
Pieneman Fecit, Engraved, with slight modifications, by W. van Senus. 
Prom the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

1856. The self-sacrifice of Antonius Hambroek, pastor. 

C. 40^ by 45 in., h. f. 19^ in. Signed at the top to the right: J. W. 
Pieneman Fecit 18 10. Same source as No. 1855. 

1857. An arcadian landscape. Near a tomb are seen a shepherd 
and shepherdess surrounded by their flocks. 

C. 27% by 33 in., h. f. seated, 3% in. Painted rn 18 12. 
Same source as No. 1855. 

1858. Andries Snoek (1766— 1829), celebrated actor. Half length figure. 

C. 33% by 27^ in., nat. size. Signed to the right: y, W. Pieneman 18 19. 
Lithographed by N. Pieneman. Same source as No. 1855. 

1859. Joanna Cornelia Ziesenis, born Wattier (1762 — 1827). The 
celebrated actress, represented in the character of Agrippina, is 
seated on a throne; Nero and Burrhus stand behind her. 

C. 2 yds 30 in. by 2 yds 7% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1855. 

1860. Joanna Cornelia Ziesenis, born Wattier, actress. Bust. 

C. 27% by z\\ in., nat. size. Signed to the left: y, IV, Pieneman 1819. 

Lithographed by R. van der Meulen. 

Presented by Mrs. J. R. Boelen, born Pieneman, 1869. 

1861. Albertus Bernardus Roothaan (1782 — 1847), lover of learning 
and the fine arts, and Louis Royer (1793 — 1868), sculptor. 
Royer is seated ; Roothaan, standing, is shaking hands with him. 
C. 69 by 57% in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: J. W. 
•P. fecit 182s, Presented by Mr. G. F. "Westerman and several other art 
lovers, 1867. 



1 



PIENEMAN. 



259 



1862. The battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The painter has 
taken for his subject the moment when the Duke of Wellington, 
having been apprised by an estafet of the arrival on the battle- 
field of the Prussian army, gives the signal for a general attack. 
The prince of Orange, wounded by a shot, is being removed 
from the field. In the distance the Emperor Napoleon is seen 
on horseback.. The principal figures represented are: 

1. The Duke of Wellington. 

2. The Prince of Orange. 



3. Lord Uxbridge, marquess of 
Anglesey. 

4. Lord Hill. 

5. General de Lancey. 

6. Major-General Cooke. 

7. Colonel Hervey. 

8. Colonel Campbell. 

9. Lieutenant-General Alava. 

10. Colonel Ponsonby. 

11. Major Thornhill. 

12. Colonel Colborn. 

13. General de Constant Rebecque. 

14. Colonel Elley. 

15. Lieutenant-Colonel Aberson. 

16. Major-General d'AubremS. 

18. Captain Aberson. . 

19. Major Baron Roepel. 

21. Colonel Detmers. 

22. Colonel Speelman. 

23. Major van der Smissen. 

24. Lieutenant-Colonel Tielen. 

25. Lieutenant-Colonel Boreel. 

26. General Chasse\ 

27. General Wood. 

28. General van Merlen. 

29. General Count van Alten. 

31. General Halkett. 

32. Colonel Harris. 

33. Captain de Constant Rebecque. 

These numbers agree with those 



35. Lieutenant-Colonel Fitzroy 
Somerset. 

36. Lieutenant-Colonel Croquen- 
bourg. 

37. Major Ampt. 

38. General Trip. 

39. Lieutenant-Colonel Freemantle. 

40. Count of Rheede. 

41. General Lord Edward Somerset 

42. Lord Merch. 

43. Major-General Sir Denis Pack. 

44. Adjutant van Hooff. 

45. Colonel J. van de Leur. 

46. Colonel Baring. 

48. Colonel Gordon (wounded). 

49. Colonel Ompteda. 

50. Colonel-adjutant Du Caylor. 

52. Prince Frederick-William of 
Prussia. 

53. Prince Bliicher. 

54. General Btilow. 

58. The Emperor Napoleon. 

59. Jerome Napoleon. 

60. Lefebvre Desnouettes. 

62. Count of Erlon. 

63. General Michel. 

64. Marshal Ney. 

65. Count Lobau. 

66. General G. Jaquinot. 

67. Vazier de St. Alphonse. 
69. General Cambronne. 

on the outline sketch of the picture 



placed near it. 

C. 6 yds 11 in. by 9 yds 5 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right on a gun-carriage: y. IV. Pieneman 1824. 

Lithographed by R. Craeyvanger, N. Pieneman and J. A. Daiwaille. 

Acquired by King William L 

1863. Jacob Hobein (18 10— ), rescued the Dutch flag under the 
fire of the enemy, 19 March 1831. Half length figure, winding 
the trophy about his body. 

C. 33% by 25% in., nat. size. Signed near the right arm: y, W* Piene- 
man 1&32. From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1832. 

1864. Baron David Hendrik Chass6 (1765— 1849). Lieutenant- 
general. Half length figure, almost full face. 

C« 38% by 31 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1863. 



z6o PIENEMAN. 



1865. Nicolaas Cornells de Gallieres (1778— 1836). Colonel of 
cuirassiers. Half length figure, his horse standing behind him. 
C. 58^ by 45 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1863. 

1868. Frederik Knotzer, Lieutenant-General. Bust, nearly full face. 

C 30^ by 25% in., nat. size. Sale S. Altmann, Amsterdam 18 December 1890. 

1867. The acceptance of the supreme power in name of the 
Prince of Orange, 21 November 1813. The ceremony takes 
place at the house of Count Gijsbert Carel van Hogendorp. 
Besides the latter and the members of his family, are seen Count 
van der Duyn van Maasdam, Count van Limburg Stirum, Colonel 
van Oldenbarneveld, called de Witte Tullingh, Captain van 
Heynsbergen and Elias Canneman. 

. - C. 28 by 32 in., h. f. 15 in. Signed on a chair: J, W. Piemman. 

Engraved by D. J. Sluyter. Presented by Mr. B. van Marwijk Kooy, 1892. 

1868. King William II on horseback. 

O. w\ by 9 1 /* in., h. f. on horseback, b\ in. Collection of Baron A. C. 
Snouckaert. In the Dutch Museum since 189 1. 

1869. Hendrik Harmen Klijn (1773 — 1856), poet at Amsterdam. 
Half length figure, seated at his writing-table. 

C. 30^ by 25 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Mr. H. H. Klijn, 18... 

1870. Portrait of an old lady, a member of the family Hansen. 
Bust, slightly turned towards the left. 

C. 3 ol 4 by 25 in., nat. size. 

Presented by Jhr. P. Hartsen and the heirs of C. Hartsen, 1900. 

1871. Martinus Stuart (1756— 1826), historiographer. Half length 
figure. Copy of the portrait hanging in the council chamber of 
the Remonstrant Church, at Amsterdam. 

C. 47^1 by 37 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Mr. Theodorus Stuart, 1873. 

PIENEMAN (Nicolaas), born at Amersfoort, . 1 January 18 10; died 
at Amsterdam, 30 December i860. Pupil of his father, Jan 
Willem Pieneman. Z. 

1872. Jan Willem Pieneman (1779— 1853). Painter, seen to the 
knees; standing, holding his palette in his hand. 

C. 55% by 41^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: A. P. 
Engraved by J. W. Kaiser. Bequeathed by Mr. N. Pieneman, i860. 

1873. William III, King of the Netherlands. Whole length figure, 
standing, clad in his Royal mantle. 

C 36ife by 24^ in., h. f. 27^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
Ni Pieneman 1836. This portrait and No. 2690 were bestowed by their 
Majesties King William III and Queen Sophia on Baron J. L. W. de Kock. 
Presented by the family de Kock, 1897. 

1874. Diepo Negoro making his submission to Lieutenant- 
General, Baron Hendrik Merkus de Kock. 

C 30^ by 39ft in., h. f. 8^ in. Lent by the family de Kock, the Hague 190c. 

1875. Jan Hendrik Wins. Seen to the knees, turned towards the right. 

C- 55 by 41^ in. Signed on the background to the right : N. Pieneman iSsS. 
Lent by the heirs of Mrs P. K. van Diermen, born Wins, Amsterdam 1886. 



PIETERSZ. 261 



PIETERSZ. (Aert), born at Amsterdam in 1550, where he was 
buried 12 July 16 12. Pupil of his father Pieter Aertsz. 

1876. The company of Captain Jan Philipsz. de Bisschop and 
of Lieutenant Pieter Egbertsz. Vinck in 1599. The 19 

figures in this composition are placed in two rows, raised one 
above the other; they are seen half length, with the faces turned 
towards the spectator. 

O. 52^ in. by 3 yds 33^ in., nat. size. Signed on a pedestal: 




5) $ ® 




and dated*: 



From, the " Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. 

Formerly in the minor Court-Martial of the old Town-Hall. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1877. The anatomical lesson of Dr. Sebastiaan Egbertsz., 1603. 

The professor, standing in the centre of a numerous audience, 
is demonstrating on a corpse lying in front of him, on a table 
which is only partly seen; all the figures are painted to the 
knees, the face turned towards the spectator. On a sheet of 
paper are written the names of the chief members of the 
Surgeons' Guild in 1603. They are: 

1 . Dr. Sebast Egbertsz. ; 2. Cornells Roos ; 3. Claas C. Kist de Oude ; 
4. Jan Sybrantz Bont; 5. Hans Pietersz. Vis; 6. Jan Lauren tsz. ; 7. Dirk 
A. Koornkint; 8. Jeroen J. Waphelier; 9. Pieter Wiggertz; 10. Dirk 
Warnaarts; 11. Bartholomaeus Willems; 12. Jacob Joachims; 13. Albert 
Adriaansz. Koornkind; 14. Pieter Splinter; 15. Jan Wiggertsz. ; 1 6. Cornells 
de Vries; 17. Jan Laurentsz. ; 18. Dirk Tienen; 19. Hans de Lange; 
20. Hendrik Syb. de Bot; 21. Anthony Foreest; 22. Claes Cz. ^ 
Kist de jonge ; 23. Jacob C. Roos de jonge ; 24. Barend Beenes ; 
25. Barent Jansz. ; 26. Albert Jansz. (Scherm); 27. Coenraad 
(Stengerus) ; 28. Cornells Bartholo ; 29. Albert Gerritz. Hop. 
O. 58 in. by 4 yds 10 in., nat. size. On one arm of an 
easy-chair, the date : A° i6oj. On the other arm, this monogram: 
From the Surgeons' Guild. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1878. Six syndics of the Clothiers' Hall in 1599. The half length 
figures are seen in various positions, all with the face turned 
towards the spectator. Their names are: Jac. Jansz. Beuning, 
Lambert Pietersz., Hendrick Servaesz., Gijsbert Michielsz. and 
Henrick Boelensz. On the original frame, the inscription : »DOOR 
GUNST OF HAET OF EYGEBAET, GEEN OORDEEL 
GEEFT, BETREET U EEDT INT GHUNT GHY WEET, 
OPRECHTLYK LEEFT.« "Do not judge according to favor, 
hatred or self-interest. Swear to 
nothing but what you are sure 
of and lead an honest life." 

O. 4 1*4 by 56*4 in., nat. size. 
Dated : 

Was in the Colonial offices at 
Amsterdam until 1857. 




^ { ' 9 &.U99 



262 PIETERSZ. 



1879. The Company of Captain Pieter Dircksz. Hasselaer and 
of Lieutenant Jan Gerritsz. Hooft. (Fragment). The seven 
arquebusiers are represented at dinner; they form two rows of 
half length figures, one standing out above the other. (Attributed 
to this artist). 

0, 38^ by 41^ in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 

1880. A man's portrait. Dated from about 1580. Bust. (Copy). 

O. 22 by 18 in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

PIETERSZ. (Gerrit), baptized at Amsterdam, 1 November 1566; 
died before 1645. Brother of Jan Pietersz. Sweelinck, the organist, 
and pupil of Cornells Cornelisz. van Haarlem. E. 

1881. The company of Captain Jan Jansz. Carel and of Lieute- 
nant Thys Pietersz. Schryver in 1604. The members of 
the corps, numbering 23, are divided into two groups, one seated 
at the table, the other standing in the background. All the 
figures are seen to the knees. One of the figures has in his 
hand a piece of paper with the words: Jan Cuijper hanrathii. 

The persons represented are placed in the following order: 

8 10 12 13 25 17 18 21 26 

69 11 24 

14 15 16 20 22 

4 1 3 2 19 5 7 23 

1. Jan Jansz. Carel, capt. ; 2 Thys Prs. Schrijver, lieuten. ; 3. Lambert 
Jansz., standard-bearer; 4. Jacob Egberts van Ryn; 5. Heindr. Prs. 
Schryver ; 6. Heindr. Heindrixz. ; 7. Harman Ysbrantsz. Hem ; 8. Pieter Jansz. 
Hollesloot; 9. Wouter Heuversz. ; 10 Ysbrant Hem; 11. Ysbrant Appel- 
man; 12. Wouter Berestein; 13. Hans de Roy; 14. Lieve Pietersz.; 15. 
Jan Kornelisz. Vis; 16. Daniel Heindr. Schryver; 17 Willem Jacobs van 
Ryn; 18. Jan Oolofsz. ; 19. Symon Jansz. Bout; 20. Jan Soop; 21. David 
Dammans; 22. Andries Harmansz. Bakker; 23. Pieter Andries Kooren- 
breek; 24. Jan Kuyper; 25. Jacob Karstensz. Wolf; 26. the drummer. 

O. 67% in. by 3 yds 27% in. From the "Doelen" of the Long Bowmen. 
Lent b> the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 

PISTORIUS (Eduard), born 28 February 1796 in Berlin; died at 
Carlsbad, 20 August 1862. He studied at the Academy of Arts 
in his native town and afterwards settled at Dusseldorf. E. 

1882. Reading the Bible. An interior. 

C. 22 by 25^1 in., h. f. seated, 8^4 in. 

Signed at the top to the left : Pistorius p. 180 /. 

Acquired in 1842 from L'Oublos de Mars. Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

PITLOO (Antoon Sminck), born at Arnhem in 1791 ; died at 
'Naples in 1837. Pupil of Hendrik Jan van Amerom. 

1883. The church of San-Georgio at Rome. A priest who has 
been administering the last Sacrament to a dying person, is 
returning to the church. 

C- 39% b y 29% in., h. f. kneeling, 3% in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: A. S. Pitloo 1820. 

From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 



ii3- Adr. van Ostade. 



[977. J. A. van Ravesteyn. 



PLAES. 26$ 

, - ■ n - — ■-- ■ - 

PLAES (David van der), was born 11 December 1647, at Amster- 
dam; died there 18 May 1704. Worked for a short time in 
London. E. 

1884. Casparus Commelin (1636 — 1693). Professor of Botany at 

Amsterdam and historiographer of the town; seated, seen to 

^the knees. 
* C. 23 by 19 in., h. h. 4% in. Signed 



25 rr.j^lo 




J>fau 



to the left, on the table cloth: Cf\ **)?* /if fit Z 

Presented by Mr. L. M. Beels van I J - J/ * JSIj M \/* 
Heemstede to the Royal Archeological 
Society. Lent by the latter to the Museum, since 1889. ^t ,~ - * 

1889. Margaretha Heydanus. Wife of the preceding. JJ. }/. 
Seated, seen to the knees. 

C. 22^ by 18^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: _ 

Same source as No. 1884. /? 

1886. Willem van Outshoorn (1635— 1720). Governor- %^^ Ct 
General of the Dutch E. I. Bust. 
C 13^ by 9^1 in., h. h. z\ in. 
Signed to the right, about the middle height* 
and bearing the following inscription, intersected by 
his coat of arms: Wilh. van Outshoorn Gouv.-Gen, 
van Incite, Same source as No. 328. 

1887. Cornells Tromp (1629 — 1691). 
Lieutenant-Admiral. Bust. 

C. t>\\ by 25^ in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Purchased at the sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam June 1887. 

POEL (Egbert van der), baptized at Delft, 9 March 162 1. Worked 
in his' native town until 1653; about 1655 he went to Rotterdam, 
where he was buried 19 July 1664. 

1888. A village interior. A large room with several persons. In 
the foreground a study of still life composed of kitchen utensils, vege- 




tables and, poultry^ 

4i?n. by s£^Ve t zoterrmnwr poe< 



6erT jmyiqw- jooeL, 

left, on a whetstone : ^m^*S 

Lithographed by A. I /? A. £ 

C. Cramer. *-/ U / P 



Engraved by W. Unger. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1889. View in the neighbourhood of Delft after the explosion 
of the powder-mill, 12 October 1654. 

O. 14^ by 24ft in., . /* Z 

h. f. 2^ in. Signed ^ j lvS*\ 

at the bottom to ^ "^ 

the right: 

Bought at the sale 

of Miss A. C. Putman, Amsterdam 1803. Same source as No. 1888. 

1890. The fish-market at night. £jf*r 

O. 14 by \o\ in., h. f. 7 in. Signed on a column: ^oIl 

Bequeathed by D. Franken Dzn.-, 1898. ' 






? 6 4 POELENBURGH. 



POELENBURGH (Cornells van), bom in 1586 at Utrecht. After 
his travels he settled in that town and died there, 12 August 1667. 
Was a pupil of Abr. Bloemaert. Resided for a long time in 
Italy and London. 

1891. The bathers. Men bathing in a stream running 

along ruins. O P 

COP. 5% by 6^ in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the left on a rock: ' 

Companion to the followiug No. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1899. After the bath. An arcadian landscape with figures of young women. 

'" O. 514 by 7% in., h. f. 1^ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left, about the centre v m b* • 

Some source as No. 1891. 

1893. The expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise. 

O. 12 by 15 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the right in the foreground : cP 
Same source as No. 1891. : 

1894. Frightened nymphs. Perceiving they are watched by satyrs, 
they take refuge with an old woman. 

COP. 14^ by 18 in., h. f. 5^ in. 

Acquired at the "sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

POELMAN (Pierre J.), born in 1801, at Ghent; died there in 1826. 

1895. The town-hall of Audenarde, seen from the market place. 

O. 26^ by 35% in., h. f. 2.\ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right : P. J* Poelman a Gand P* 1824. 

Purchased at an exhibition, Brussels 1824. 

POGGENBEEK (George Jan Hendrik), was born 20 July 1853, 
at Amsterdam; died in that town, 4 January 1903. Pupil of 
J. H. Veldhuizen. E. 

1896. A row of willows along a narrow canal, seen in the light of 
declining day. 

O. \\\ by 17 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: Geo Poggenbeek. 
Presented by Jhr. P. A. van den Velden, 1892. 

POOL (Jurriaan), was born in j666 at Amsterdam and died there 
in 1745. Was married 12 August 1693 to the flower painter 
Rachel Ruysch. M. 

1897. C. Boekelman and Jan Six, heads of the Surgeons' 
Guild in 1699. Busts. The former is showing to 
the latter the heart of a dead person. 

C. 29 by 45 1 /* in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 



%ol\ 



Formerly in the hall of the Surgeons' Guild. / 6 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. • J J 

POORTER (Willem de), worked at Harlem from the beginning 
until the middle of the XVII century; after 1645 he settled at 
Wyck, near Heusden. His works show the influence of Rembrandt. 

1898. Solomon sacrificing to idols. (I Kings XI— 7, 8). 

O. 24^ by 1914 in., h. f. 8^ in. 

Signed at the bottom towards the centre, on a branch: ,^V. DP« 

Bought at the sale Coster, Amsterdam 1882. 



PORTMAN. 265 



PORTMAN (Christiaan-Julius-Lodewijk), born at Amsterdam, 
20 October 1799; died in Paris, 18 October 1 867. Studied under 
Cornelis Kruseman. 

1899. Visit of the Grand-Duke Alexander of Russia to the 
house of Czar Peter the Great at Zaandam, 17 April 1839. 

This is a slightly modified duplicate of the picture presented by 
Mr. A. van der Hoop, to Her Majesty Queen Anne Paulowna, 
in 1840. • 

C. 46^ by 56^ in., h. f. 28^ in. Signature almost effaced at the bottom 
to the left, and dated 17 April 1839. The persons represented are: The 
Czarowitz Alexamler (afterwards Czar Alexander II); William, Prince of 
Orange (afterwards King William II); Anne Paulowna of Rtfssia, wife of 
the Prince of Orange, and their sons William, hereditary Prince of Orange 
(later King Willjam III), Alexander and Henry; Prince Frederick of the 
Netherlands, and his consort Louisa of Prussia; Countess van Wassenaer, 
born Baroness S. W. van Heeckereit; Countess van Hogendorp van Hof- 
wegeri; Countess E. M. van Limburg Stirum; Count Orloff; Lieutenant- 
General von Kareline; Prince Dolgorouki; Mr. Tolstoij and Mr. A. van 
der Hoop — the keeper of the little house, who gave the artist the order 
for the two pictures. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1900. Portrait of an old man. Bust, in tbe dress of the XVII century. 

C. 24 by 20% in., nat. size 

Signed on the background to the right: C. J. L. Portman, 

From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. In the store-room. 

POST (Frans), born at Leyden, about 161 2; buried at Harlem, 16 
February 1680. He had settled in that town in 1644, after his 
return from Brazil, to which country he had, in 1637, accompaned 
Count John Maurice of Nassau. 

1901. Count John Maurice of Nassau-Siegen, Governor of Brazil. 

Standing, seen to the knees, almost full face. A free copy after 

the painting ascribed to P. Nason, *\ ^ t 

in the Museum of Brussels. See Q tlWl ^f^ rfCLlW 
No. 1693. vJ * 

C, 49^ by 37% in., nat. size. /WClHG II 10- /MOjU 

Bearing the inscription : 1 O* s- 

Acquired at the sale M. C. van Hall, -fl J 0X9 
1858. * ^ 

1902. View in Brazil. A group of natives ^ ^^ 
close to a gate. C Q >*v £ *| 

C. 42% by 68 in. Signed in the foreground * * iVJO * 

to the left: jT * 

Purchased at the sale Copes van Hasselt, /Oil O^ 

Harlem (?) 1880. ' V ~ 

1903. A view in Brazil. A hamlet, with tropical animals, under a 
cluster of trees. ^ m « ^ x 

C. 26 by 34^ in., h. f. 2\ in. IT # V O V I 

* Signed to the right in the foreground: fc * ^^ VJ •*• 

Bought at the sale Habich, Cassel, May 1892. 



266 . POST. 



1904. View of the island of Tamaraca. ^ 

C 25 by 3514 in., h. f. z\ in. p. pO ST. / & 37 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

On the back of the picture a piece of paper is affixed with the following 

inscription, in the old manner of spelling: 

(The island of Tamaraca, seeu from 
the South ; the town is 1) ing on the 
top of the mountain and the fort 
Orange at the. foot along the sea. 
This is the manner on which the 
Portuguese ride on horseback.) 



Het eylant van Tamaraca gelyck 
hetselve int Zuyden verthoont, de 
stadt legt boven op den Berg bene- 
den is het fort Orangien hetzelfe 
leit in den mont van de zee op de 
la manier sitte de portugisen te peert. 
Acquired at Paris in 1879. 

1906. Landscape in Brazil. View of a village; in the foreground a 
few negroes. 

O. 15^ by 24 in., h. f. 1^ in. ?• ? O S T> J 6 S 9 

Signed in the foreground about the centre: 
Purchased at the sale F. Kayser, Amsterdam 1S88. 

1906. Residence of a Dutch colonist in Brazil. E?0S*T 

O. 6% by 10 in., h. f. ^ in. Signed: ^*^« 

Presented, with the following No., by Mr. J. Ph. van der Kellen to the 
Dutch Museum, 1879. 

1907. Brazilian village with the residence of a Dutch colonist. 

O. 8 by 10% in., h. f. 1 in. Same source as No. 1906. 

POT (Hendrick Gerritsz.), born at Harlem towards 1585; died at 

Amsterdam in October 1657. Pupil of Karel van Mander. Worked 

.first in his native town and, after 1648, at Amsterdam. In 1632 

he was in London, where he painted the portrait of Charles I. 

1907a. Joost van den Vondel, in a shepherd's garb, crowned with 
laurels. Seen to the knees, profile, turned to the left. 

O. 1314 by 1014 in., h. h. 2\ in. Y ^^ 

Signed on the background to the right: I I * 

Purchased in Paris, 1904. ~ L 

POTHOVEN (Hendrik), born at Amsterdam in 1725; died at the 
Hague about 1795. Pupil of Philip van Dijk. M. 

1906. Harman Hendrik van de Poll (1697 — 1772), Burgomaster of 
Amsterdam. Companion to No. 1942. Half length figure. 

C. I9» 4 by 15% in., h. h. 4 in. C7f*f7\ 

Signed near the left shoulder: xJv, / othnv 

Under the signature the date: if 49. ^ VlllOVCn 

Engraved bij J. Houbraken. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

POTTER (Paulus), baptized at Enkhuizen, 20 November 1625; 
buried at Amsterdam, 17 January 1654. Was a pupil of his 
father, Pieter Potter, at Amsterdam, and of Jacob de Wet, at 
Harlem. Worked from 1646 to 1648 at Delft, from 1649 to 
165 1 at the Hague and afterwards at Amsterdam. E. 

1909. The shepherd's hut. Half hidden behind a cluster of trees at 
the foot of which the shepherd is seated, resting his head on his 
hand. In the foreground some sheep and a calf. 

O. 9% by \2\ in., h. animal, ±\ in. _ ./» . .. r x t+ . 

o« j 1 1 , Jc , 7*d"iiiS (palter f 16 4 s 

Signed to the left on a stone. Engraved J Y J- 7 

by C. Ploos van Amstel and W. Unger. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 



POTTER. 267 





1910. The bear-hunt. A couple of bears are defending themselves 
against the attacks of dogs and huntsmen. One of the latter is 

on horseback. 

C. 3 yds 12 in. by 3 yds 25 in., nat. 

size. Signed on a tree: 

The whole of the foreground and other 

parts of the landscape and of the figures 

have been repainted by J. W. Pieneman. 

This picture was originally in the house 

occupied by the widow of Potter, Adriana 

Balckenende, after her second marriage. 

Sale van Reenen, the Hague 1820. 

Acquired in 1825 by an exchange with the Mauritshuis. 

1911. Horses in a field. A bay and a white horse standing near a gate. 

O. 9^ by 1 i^i in., h. animal, 4 in. Signed on the gate : - 

Bought at the sale Jhr. Goll van Frankenstein, 'paJLCtLS ■ 

Amsterdam 1833. Van der Hoop collection. ^ -U?y fi 1 6 ^9 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. ' iTiz^'^j 

1912. Orpheus and his harp. A sylvan landscape. At the foot of a hill, 
Orpheus is playing ; wild and tame animals gathered around him. 
C. 26% by 35 in., h. of the unicorn, 4 in. Signed at the bottom to the 
right : 

Sales of Mrs. 
Lormier, the 
Hague 1 763 
and of Mr. W. 
van Wouw, the Hague 1767. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1913. Cows in a field. The animals occupy the foreground. 

O. 10 by 12 in., h. animal, 

3 in. Signed at the bottom 

to the left: 

Purchased at the sale J. 

Clemans, 185 1. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1914. Shepherds and their flocks. A woman nursing her baby is 
seated at the. foot of a tree facing a sand-hill ; the man is standing 
by her side playing on the bagpipe. In the foreground a red 
ox, a horse, a donkey and other animals. 

C. 32 by 38% in., 

Sg^ttfbi Pa.iULiSjPotLvrJ)6si 

torn to the left: "^ 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sales of Mrs. Valckenier, Amsterdam 1796 

and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

1915. Landscape with cattle. Grazing cattle in a meadow set with 
pollards. In the near distance a farmhouse. Seen on a bright 
spring morning. - ^^ 

animal, ^S '"" ^ ^DdllluS Jtf/M'. "f • j6q? 
Signed on a fence: */ Oy * ' * %/ 

Bought at the sale ^^ 

H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 



icorn, 4 in. bigned at the bottom t 



/paa&j Jtikr:^. )<Ss, 



268 POTTER. 



1916. The spaniel, standing in the foreground. In the distance a 
sportsman with a couple of dogs. 

O. 7 by 7«fc in., h. animal 3% in. q\ a j^lr.n ^TSrJjLA^ /? 
Signed in the foreground to the left : J J (AA/t UL/ * J J Oft € 1* J~ 
Van der Hoop collection. ^^ 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, • S~ e> **? 

since 1885. J ° * •> 

POTTER (Pieter Symonsz.), born at Enkhuizen in 1597, buried 
at Amsterdam, 4 October 1652. From 1628 to 1630 he worked 
at Leyden, especially as a painter on glass and at Amsterdam 
from 163 1. About 1647 ne resided for a short time at the 
Hague and at Delft. 

1917. " Valutas". A skull, a small lamp, soap bubbles, books, etc. 
O. 21^ by 17 in., real size. ^- ## /u* 

Signed at the bottom to the left: i~\ fj\ f\44-( \fj £^ 

Acquired at the sale Meijnders, Amster- L/ / J SJ \A f u # | • 
dam .1838. I ' I cJ 

Van der Hoop collection. J if ^^ 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since • / h A A m 

1918. The strawcutter. He is at work in a farm, dressed in a red 
shirt, the face turned towards the spectator. The attribution to 
Pieter Potter is rather doubtful. 

O. 11% by 9^ in., h. f. 8^ in. Presented to the Museum in 1808, by 
Baron van Spaen van Biljoen, as a work of Paulus Potter. 

POURBUS THE ELDER (Francois), born at Bruges in 1545, 
died at Antwerp, 19 September 1581. Pupil of his father, Pieter 
Pourbus, at Bruges, and of Frans Floris, at Antwerp. 

1919. Elizabeth, Queen of England (1533— 1603), bust, slightly 
. turned towards-'tbe left, 

O! 1 7^ by 12^ in., h. h. 6*4 in. On the back of the panel is the 
subjoined monogram surmounted with a crown: C(arolus) R(ex), being 
the monogram of King Charles I of England, from whose collection this 
painting is derived. Sale Samuel van Hulst, the Hague 1737. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

POURBUS THE YOUNGER (Francis), born at Antwerp in 
1569 and buried in Paris, 19 February 1622. Was oppointed 
painter to the Court of France. Pupil of his father, Francois 
Pourbus the Elder. Visited Italy. 

1920. Portrait of Marie de Medici (1573— 1642), wife of Henry IV, 
King of France. Full length figure. A reproduction of the 
original portrait in the Louvre. 

C. 3 yds 3^ in. by 2 yds 4^4 in., nat. size. Formerly in the castle at 
Honselaarsdijk. From the Mauritshuis, the Hague 1875. 

POUSSIN (Gaspard). See Dughet, p. 109. 

PRINS (Johannes Huibert), born at the Hague in 1758; died at 
Utrecht in 1806. E. 

1921. View of a town, showing the market place with a church 
. in the romanesque style, flanked by a convent. 

O. 16*4 by 22 in., h. f. \\ in. Signed on a well: J. h. Prins. 
From the Pavilion u Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 



iS34- A. Palnmedes 



PRONK. 269 



PRONK (Cornells)/ born at Amsterdam, 10 December 1691; died 
28 September 1759. Pupil of Arnold. Boonen. Principally known 
for his topographical drawings. 

1922. Portrait of the painter by himself. 

COP. ov. 3^ by 2^4 in., h. h. 1^ in. On the back of the plate is inscribed, 
on a piece of paper: Cornells Pronk^ teekenaar en schilder^ leerling van 
Boonen $e ipse fecit. From the collection of miniatures of the Mauritshuis, 

PROOYEN (Albert Jurardus van), born at Groningen, 7 September 
1834. Settled at Amsterdam in 1869. 

1923. Landscape scenery. A road through a wooded tract of country . 

C. 17^ by 25^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: van Prooijen. 
Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

PUTTER (Pieter de), supposed to have been born at Middelburg 
in the beginning of the XVII century and buried at Beverwijk, 
30 November 1659., A pupil of his father, Joost de Putter and 
brother-in-law of Abraham van Beyeren. 

1924. A study of fish, grouped. -_ -. 
on a table by the side of a i • 
rad earthenware dish. ^^^^.a. JP"^^^J»^W 

O. 27^ by 23 in., nat. size. 
Signed to the right : 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 
1885. 

PUYTLINCK (Christoffel), surnamed "Trechter" (funnel), worked 
at Rheims in 16 13, from 1667 to 1668 in Rome and afterwards 
probably at Roermond. 

1925. Dead cocks, suspended by the legs with their heads lying on 
a plinth. 



BVT 1 




^"sSedatThelop C. JpHYaiHOi aW 7*rechtcr ft 



to the left: ft 

Acquired at the sale 
S. B. Bos, Amsterdam 
1888. 



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PYN ACKER (Adam), baptized at Pijnakker, near Delft, 13 February 
1622. After his return from Italy he worked at Delft, then at 
Schiedam and settled towards 1660 at Amsterdam, where be was 
buried 28 March 1673. 

1926. On the banks of an Italian lake. Boats laden with merchandise 
are moored . along the side. 
In the foreground a cow 
and a donkey. - inxti « n 

C. on O. 38% by 33^ in., h. f. , /H» jj 



Signed at the bottom to the left: ^-^^ "^ JV^&^-C^ 
Purchased at the sale G. van der 
Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

1927. A landscape with cattle. Standing on the foreground near a 





270 PYNACKER. 



tree on the bank of a stream, a woman is spinning ; close by 
two oxen and a goat. 

O. 1414 by 19 in., h. f. 4 in. +3£Vn*^r£* 



Signed at the bottom in the centre: 

Bought at the sale Gerrit Muller, Amsterdam 1827. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. 

L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1928. Pilgrims. A shrine close to a river in a hilly landscape. The 
scene is enlivened by figures of persons and animals. 

C. 27^ by 23^ in., h. f. 2% in. 

Sales of Mrs. Hogguer-Ebeling, Amsterdam 181 7, and of J. van den 

Bergh, Amsterdam 1833. Same source as No. 1927, 

1929. Landscape, A waterfall between high rocks. 

C. 1 9*4 by 16^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: A p.. L 

Van der Hoop collection. Jl* IY***1\P*~. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1930. A landscape in the Apennins. In the foreground, near a 
group of high trees with large trunks, are 
some goats and calves; the figure of a 
shepherd is seen in the distance. w\\^% 1 

C. 39^ by 34 in., h. animal, 6^ in. ^V^^CJ Aid N- 

Signed at the bottom to the left: , st^€J/ ^7 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq. 
* Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

PYNAS (Jacob), born at Amsterdam, about 1590; died at Delft (?) 
Has probably survived his brother Jan. 

1931. Paul and Barnabas refraining the people of Lystra 
from doing them sacrifice. -^ 
In the foreground, the figure of SjF ' f j 

thft rrinnlft whom Paul has L. S** I 1 




the cripple whom 

healed. 

O. 25% by 41^ 



md, the figure of /^ * /* ) s» 

horn Paul has L^ I ' ^ I 

p tac - J yna$ J , 

v^. ^^ uy *iT4 in., h. f. 13^ in. y^^X / ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : / ii ^ O 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1892. J U £. O 

PYNAS (Jan), brother of Jacob, was born in 1583 at Amsterdam, 
where he was buried 27 December 1631. Visited Italy with Pieter 

Lastman. » X""""V 

1932. Moses turning the waters ^* f . | , •„ 
in the river to blood. By f \/ /A/A//7 C 

his side are Aaron and Pharaoh / \ J 

with his courtiers. . J J K ^ 

O. 28% by 67^ in., h. f. 19^ in. I— f \J S* 
Signed in the foreground to the right : \ (\ % £S 

Purchased in 1895. J Vf U 

QUAST (Pieter Jansz.), was born in 1605 or 1606 at Amsterdam; 
died there in May or in the beginning of June 1647. Worked 
at the Hague and in his native town. E, 

1933. The surgeon. He is seen in the act of binding up the foot 
of an old man, who is supported by another old man, 
standing beside him. Jr 

O. 12 by 16^ in., h. f. 7% in. Signed on the settle: 'C^ J 

D. Franken Dzn., bequest, 1898. 




QUAST. 271 

1934. The card players, in the company of a young woman in a 
yellow silk dress, who is smoking a pipe. 

O. 15^ by 11 in., h. f. io^ in. Acquired at Leyden, 188$. 

QUINKHARD (Jan Maurits), was born at Rees, 28 January 1688; 
died u November 1772 at Amsterdam, where he had fixed his 
residence in 17 10. He studied with his father at Rees and at 
Amsterdam, with Arnold Boonen, Christoffle Lubienietzki and 
Nicolaas Verkolje. Worked for a short time at Utrecht. 

1935. Six masters of the Surgeons' Guild of Amsterdam in 
1732. They are : Abr. Titsingh decanus, A. Vermey, Wichard van 
Wesik, Joannes de Bruyn, Willem Monnikhoff and Cornelis van 
der Swed. Against the wall is seen the portrait of Professor 
Roell. The figures are seen to the knees, some seated, others 
standing round a table. . 

C.69% in. by 3 yds., nat 1 M Q UJNKHARD yifixU f^t. 

size. Signed on the ink- • ^ m w 

stand. From the Surgeons' Guild of Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1885. 

1936. Seven masters of the Surgeons' Guild Of Amsterdam 
in 1737. They represent : Pieter Plaatman, Abr. Titsing, Leonard 
Coster, Augustinus Graver, Hermannus Meijer, Jan Bekker and 
Johannes Lakeman. (Perhaps the name of N. Craanmeester ought 
to be substituted for that of Plaatman). Whole length figures 
seated round a table. 

C. 64 in. by 2 yds 22 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1935. 

1937. Four masters of the Surgeons' Guild, Amsterdam 1744. Their 
names are : Johannes van Gorsel, Hendrik van der Ven, Hendrik 
Sax and Otto Ruysch. Whole length figures, seated round a table. 
C. 64 in. by 2 yds 22 in., nat. size. Signed: J. M. Quinckhard 1744. 
Same source as No. 1935. 

1938. Isaac Verburg (1684 — 1746). Rector of the Latin school of 
Amsterdam. Bust. 

C. 14% by 12 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed on the background : Quinckhara 

pinxit 1723. Engraved by P. van Gunst. 

Presented by Professor H. T. Karsten, 1887. In the store-room. 

1939. Walter Senserf, Director of the Dutch E. I. Company. Chamber 

of Rotterdam. y /^\ I I / 

C. ov. 3214 by 26% in., nat. size. / Af )V tt§n LL„J% ft^tt 
Signed to the right: J <S b *&'itt1 ft tlfltaJ'' 

See No. 2666. From the Offices of the E. I. Company, Rotterdam. 

1940. A man's portrait. Bust. ^ 

COP. ov. 6% by 5^ in., h. h. 2 in. Signed to the right: (Jc^f *£*"*£ A* fV 
Acquired at the sale of Alberdingk Thijm, Amsterdam, • • . 

December 1889, as being a portrait of Govert Klink- JW/iaei/ 

hamer. ^3$ 

1941. Baron Gustaaf-Willem van Imhofif (1705- j£i:4(f 
1 751), Governor-General of the Dutch Indies. 

COP. 13% by 10% in., h. h. 2% in. His coat of arms with the following 



272 QUINKHARD. 



inscription drawn in a semi- 



G. van JV. L j ^Tid. 2* • 






by 

1 ^miia rdpvnxU 



Signed at the bottom to the right : 

1942. Margaretha Trip (1669— 1778). Wife of Herman Hendrik 
van de Poll. See No. 1908. Half length figure. 

C. 19^4 by 15% in., 

h. h. 3% in. Signed 

to the right on the 

base of a column: 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

1943. Jan van de Poll (1721 — 1801). Burgomaster of Amsterdam, 
with his son., See 

C 19% by iS^'™,<^ t c/'L>.cJuM 

h. h. 3% in. Signed ^"^ / 

to the right, on a 3^$$ 

balustrade : 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. Same source as No. 1942. 

1944. Jan Hendrik van Heemskerk (1689— 1730). Half length figure. 

C 33% hy 

25% in., nat. 

size. Sign( 

to the right 

Presented 

the heirs of 

Mr. J. L. de Bruyn Kops, 1888." 

1945. Bernardus de Bosch (1709— 1786). Poet at Amsterdam. Bust. 
See No. 1965. 

COP. ov. 414 by 3«jd in., h. h. \\ in. 

In grisaille. Sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 

1946. Margaretha van Leuvening. Wife of the preceding. Bust. 

COP. ov. 4^ by 3^1 in., h. h. \\ in. In grisaille. » 

Signed on the background to the left: <£M&um£har$pingcU 

Same source as No. 1945. "t *7+3 

1947. Jason Pratensis (—1558). Physician at Zieriksee. 

On the back of the plate, the inscription: IASON Pratensis ob. ijs8. 
After an anonymous engraving. This work and the 21 portraits which 
are following, form part of the Panpoeticon Batavum, of Arnold van Halen. 
See p. 139 and following. In grisaille. COP. ov. 4 14 by 3^ in. 

1948. Matheus de Casteleyn. 

On the back, the inscription: Math, de Casteleyn circa 1566. See No. 1947. 

1949. Jacobus Scotte (—1641). Burgomaster of Middelburg. 

On the back the inscription: Jacob Scotte circa ijyo. 
After an engraving of Crispyn de Passe. See No. 1 947. 

1950. Constantfti Huygens (1596— 1687). 

On. the back the inscription: C. Iluigens A° 1396. 
After an engraving of Paulus Pontius. See No. 1947. 

1951. Willem de Groot (1597— 1662). Lawyer and adviser to the 
Stadtholder. 

On the back the inscription: With. Grotius A° JS97- 
After an engraving of Hendrik Bary. See No; 1947. 



QUINKHARD. 273 



1952. Cornells Heyndricksz. Udemans (first half of the XVII 
century). Poet. 

On the back the inscription: C. Udemans A T at : isg8. 
After an engraving of H. Udemans. See No. 1947. 

1953. Jacob Lescaille (161 1 — 1677.) Bookseller at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: J*> Lescailje 161 1. See No. 1947. 

1954. Johannes Fredericus Gronovius (161 1 — 1671). Professor at 
the University of Leyden. 

On the back the inscription: yoh: Fred: Gronovius 1611. 
After an engraving of J. van Munnickhuijzen. See No. 1947. 

1955. Matthys Balen (1610). Historiographer of Dordrecht. 

On the back the inscription: Matthys Balen 161 f. 

After an engraving of Romein de Hooghe. See No. 1947. 

1956. Jacob Steendam (middle of the XVII century). 

On the back the inscription: J b Steendam circa /6/j. See No. 1947. 

1957. Franciscus Godyn. 

On the back the inscription: F. Godinus. See No. 1947. 

1958. Nicolaas Heinsius (1620 — 1681). Poet at Leyden. 

On the back the inscription : AT. Heinsius Gebooren A 1620 Ob. 79^ 1681. 
After an engraving of A. de Blois. See No. 1947. 

1959. Tieleman van Bracht (1625 — 1664). Pastor at Dordrecht. 

On the back the inscription: Tilem van Bracht 162s. 
After an engraving of Abr. Blotelingh. See No. 1947. 

1960. Johan de Witt (1625 -1672). Grand pensionary. 

On the back ,the inscription: Jan de Wit 1623. 
After an engraving of Hendr. Bary. See No. 1947. 

1961. Joost van Geel (1 631 — 1698). Painter and poet at Rotterdam. 

On the back the inscription: yoost v. Geel —~ 
After an engraving of J. Houbraken. See No. 1947. 

1962. Aernout van Overbeke (1632 — 1674). Explorer and poet. 

On the back the inscription: A. v. Overbeek i6j2. See No. 1947. 

1963. Petrus Schaak (1633 — 1678). Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: Ds. P. Schaak i6j3 »„- See No. 1 947. 

1964. Lucas Pater (1707— 1787). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: Lucas Pater ifoj. See No. 1947. 

1965. Bernardus de Bosch (1709 — 1786). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: B. de Boseh A 1709. See No. 1947. 

1966. Gysbert Tyssens (beginning of the XVIII century). 

On the back the inscription: Tysse. See No. 1947. 

1967.Frans van Steenwijk (1715 — 1788). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: F. Steenwijk 17 ij. See No. 1947. 

1968. N. W. Op den Hoof. 

On the back the inscription: Opdenhoof. See No. 1947. 

QUINKHARD (Julius), was born in 1736 at Amsterdam and died 
there in 1776. Son and pupil of Jan Maurits Quinkhard, E. 



274 QUINKHARD. 





1969. The musicians, seated at a table, one playing on the violin, 

the other on the flute. 

Teak wood, 20 by i6*fe in., h. f. 12% in. Signed at the bottom to the left : 

^ifoUJt-^^ J7SS 

Acquired in 1821. 

1970. The art lovers. The art collector Corn. Ploos van Ams/el is 
seated, holding an open sketch book in his hand. The father 
of the artist, Jan Maurits Quinkhard is standing behind him. 

C. 40 by 34 in., 
nat. size. Signed 

the""° m " e-™*™ ~^n"wv ^ J7S7 

Purchased in 1876. 

RAVENZWAAY (Jan van), was born 19 November 1789 at 
Hilversum; died in the same town; 2 March 1869. Pupil of 
Pieter Gerardus van Os. Was also a modeller of animal studies. 

1971. Field with cattle. A Dutch landscape. 

C. yj\ by 48 in., h. animal 8^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: J. v. Ravenzwaay fee. Bought in 1837. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1972. A sheepfold with a large number of sheep and lambs, one of 
which has been taken hold of by the farmer's wife. 

C. 25^ by 3014 in., h. f. 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: J. v. Ravenzwaay. Fecit 1821. 

Same source as No. 1 971. 

1973. A cow-shed in an old Dutch farmhouse. 

C. 15% by 18 in., h. animal 4% in. 

Signed to the right on a board: J.v.R.F. Bought from the artist in 1821. 

From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

RAVESTEYN (Hubert van), born in June 1638, at Dordrecht; 
died in that town between 7 December 1683 and 7 June 1691. 
Worked in the place of his birth. 

1974. A study of still life. A stone jug, a glass, an earthenware 
chafing dish and some requisites for smoking. On a paper bag 
containing tobacco are the words: "Tot Dordrecht in de Nieustraat 
in Blienburgh A 1664". 

O. 16% by 13% in. Signed on the table: tj^ 

Lent by Mr. J. P. R. M. de Neree van Babberich, 1899. 

RAVESTEYN (Jan Anthonisz. van), born about 1572 and buried 
at the Hague, 21 June 1657. From 1598 he was a member of 
the St. Luke's Guild at the Hague. 

1975. Jan Doublet (?). Receiver general for the United Provinces. 
Bust, facing the right. ,-, 

O. 26% by 22*k in., nat. size. infirm /I I fl °Z S> 

Dated at the top to the left: n JPi UUU It \S J T 

Signed : 

Purchased from Fred. Muller & Co., 

1 901. 




RAVESTEYN. 275 



1975a. Francis van der Burch (1574 — ). Burgomaster of Dordrecht. 
Bust, the face ANNO 1609 

turned towards <l _ yETATIS 34 

the right. 

O. 24ft by 19% in., 

nat. size. 

Signed at the top 

to the left: 

Lent by Baron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. 

1975b. Digna de Both, wife of the preceding. Bust,- turned towards 
the left. On the background ANNO 1609 

her coat of arms. ^ETATIS 22 




uiusfcyO r o 



O, 24^ by 19^ in., nat. size. ^^^ y 

Signed at the top to the right: ^* ^ 





^r 



1975c Adriaen van Blyenburgh, ^ jj «\ JH &&& ££ I fl 
knight of the order of St. 
Michael (1589 — 1630). Bust, the face turned towards the right. 
On the background his coat of arms. 
O. 27 by 23'4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1975a. 

1975d. Caroline van Beveren, wife of the former (1589 — 1625). 
Bust, facing the left. Represented in a rich costume with a fluted 
collar. On the background /-^ 
to the right her coat of arms, jf | *\ (fi) 
and the inscription : /\j Ik 

At a later date the combined ( (mJ /^T\vff y 

shields of the Blyenburghs \J)/lU^ ° V 
and the van Beverens have ^-*-^ 
been added to the left. (Attributed to J. A. van Ravesteyn). 

O. 27 by 23^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1975a. 

1976. Nicolaes Smelsinc (—1629.) Colonel and lieutenant-governor 
of the province of Over-Yssel. Seen to the knees, standing, facing 
the right, clad in a cuirass; the right hand resting on^a table 
on which is placed his helmet. 

C. 43 by 33^ in., nat. size. Replicas of this portrait are in the Royal 
Palace at Amsterdam and in the Mauritshuis. See No. 2008. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1977. Portrait of a gentleman. Bust, the face turned towards the right. 

O. 26% by 21 in., nat. size. Formerly catalogued as a portrait of Grotius. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1978. Justinus of Nassau (1559 — 1 ^3 1 )- Natural son of Prince 
William I. 

0* 25% by 19% in. Presented, by Mr. J. L. Trip and his wife, n6e 
Countess of Limburg — Stirum, to the National Museum, 1805. 

1979. William I, Prince of Orange. A copy after M. Jz. van 
Miereveld. 

Inscription : Prins Wilhelm van Orangien^ de Oude, Aetatis 32 tot Deltt 
vermoort 1584. See No. 2008. 

1980. Count John of Nassau (1535— 1606). Known by the name 
of John the Old, brother of Prince William I. 

On the back the inscription : Johan Graf zu A 7 assau Catzenelb. See No. 2008. 



276 RAVESTEYN. 



1981. Count Adolphus of Nassau (1540— 1568). Brother of Prince 
William I. 

Inscription: Graef Adolf van Nassau. See No. 2008. 

1982. Philip William, Prince of Orange-Nassau (1554— 1618). 
Eldest son of Prince William I. Copy after the painting of 
M. Jz. van Miereveld. 

Inscription : Prins Philips Wilhelm van Orangien t Aetatis 64 obijt A° 161? 
te Brussell. See No. 2008. 

1983. Maurice, Prince of Orange-Nassau (1567— 1625). Copy after 
the painting of M. Jz. van Miereveld. 

Inscription : Prins Mauriz van Orangien, Aetatis jS obijt in den Haagh 
A° 162J. See No. 2008. 

1984. Count Philip of Hohenlo (1550— 

1606). Husband of Maria, eldest Aj rs / * 

daughter of Prince William I. JV*-\ K-AUtJftlll 

Inscription : Den ouden graef Philyps van mmm ^ mmm 

Holack. Signed to the right. See No. 2008. - 

1985. Justinus of Nassau (1559— 163 1). 

Inscription: JUSTINUS NASSAU. See No. 2008. 

1986. Count John of Nassau-Catzenelnbogen (1561 — 1623). Known 
by the name of "Johan de Middelste"; son of John the Old. 
On the back the inscription: JOHAN GRAF ZV NASSAV CATZENLB. 
See No. 2008. 

1987. Count Philip of Nassau-Catzenelnbogen (1566 — 1595). 
Governor of the town of Nimeguen ; son of John the Old. (Largely 
touched up.) 

On the back the inscription : PILIP GRAF ZV NASSAU. C. A, See No. 2008. 

1988. Count Ernest-Casimir of Nassau (1573 — 1632). Stadtholder 
of Friesland. 

Inscription : Graef Ernst Casimir van Nassav, Aetatis j"9, gebleven voor 
Ruermondt A i6j2. See No. 2008. 

1989. Count Louis-Gunther of Nassau (1575 — 1604). Youngest son 
of John the Old. 

Inscription: Graef Lodewijck Gvnther van Nassau, Lieut-General van de 
Ruyterie, Aetatis 29, obijt A° 1604. See No. 2008. 

1990. Count Philip-Ernest of Hohenlo (1585—1629). Son of 
Wolfgang of Hohenlo and of Magdalen of Nassau, sister of 
Prince William I. 

Inscription : Graef Philips Ernst van Holaek. See No. 2008. 

1991. Count John-Ernest of Nassau (1582— 1617). Eldest son of 
"Jan den Middelste". Entered the army of Venice. 

Inscription : Graef Ernes van Nassau. See No. 2008. 

1992. Count John of Nassau-Catzenelnbogen (1583 — 1638). Son 
of "Jan den Middelste". Entered the Spanish army. 

On the back the inscription: JOHAN G. Z. N. See No. 2008. 

1993. Count Adolphus of Nassau-Catzenelnbogen (1584 — 1608). 
Brother of the preceding. 

On the back the inscription: ADOLF GR ZW NASSAU KAZENELE. 
See No. 2008. 



RAVESTEYN. 277 



1994. Count William of Nassau-Catzenelnbogen (1592 — 1642). 
Brother of the preceding two. 

On the back the inscription : WILEN GR. ZU NASSAU K., ELEPOGEN. 
See No. 2008. 

1995. Count Albert of Nassau-Dillenburg (1 596—1626). Son of 
Georges of Nassau-Dillenburg and younger brother of William 
Louis of Nassau. 

Dated: 1622. Inscription: Graef Albert van Nassau. See No. 2008. 

1996. Gaspard de Coligny. Admiral of France. 

Inscription: Caspar de Coligny Admiral de France. See No. 2008. 

1997. Robert Dudley, Count of Leicester (1531 — 1588). 

Inscription: Comte de Lysester. See No. 2008. 

1998. Francistfo de Mendoza, Admiral of Aragon (1546— 1623). 

Inscription: L. Admiraal d Daragon and AS) /J 

L. Amirant JArragon. Signed: Jy\. K CUueSLJ+C+ri 

oee jno. 2000. 

1999. Joost de Soete, lord of Villers. 

Inscription: Monsieur Viles Mar esc : Dy Camp. See No. 2008. 

2000. Willem de Soete de Laeke, lord of Hautain ( — 1637)- 
Lieutenant-admiral of Zealand. 

Inscription : Monsr de Jloutin. See No. 2008. 

2001. Olivier van den Tempel, lord of Corbeecke (—1603), 

Inscribed on the picture: M. d Tempel. Signed: 

On the back, the inscription : M. d Temple. ^y / - 

See No. 2008. JYl /i^U^^J^^U • 

2002. Charles de Levin, lord of 

Famars (—1592). Governor of Heusden, general of artillery. 

Inscription: Monsr. De Hama. See No. 2008. 

2003. Sir Robert Henderson of Tunnegask (—1622). Colonel of 
the Scotch guards. 

Inscription : Coronel Henderson. See No. 2008. 

2004. Sir William Brog (-—1636). Colonel of the old Scotch guards. 

Inscribed on the picture: Le Corronel Brock. On the back the inscrip- 
tion: Coronel Brock. See No. 2008. 

2005. Count Willem Adriaen de Homes, lord of Kessel, 
Woestwesel, etc. General of artillery. 

Inscription: & Heer van Kessel. See No. 2008. 

2006. Gaspard de Coligny. Marshal of Chatillon, (1584— 1646). 

Inscription: Mons : Chan: tillon Mar esc de France. See No. 2008. 

2007. Danifil de Hartaing, lord of Marquette. Governor of Ostend. < 

Inscription: Monsr j)E MARQ. . . . See No. 2008. ' 

2008. Nicolaes Smelsinc (—1629). Colonel and Lieutenant-Governor j 
of the province of Overijssel. 

Inscription : Mons Smclsin. 1 

The numbers 1979 to 2008 (O. 12 by 10 in., mean h. h. 6 in., bust) 
formerly in the castle of Honselaarsdijk, were transferred to the National 
Museum at the Hague and from there, in 1808, to the Amsterdam i 

Museum, with the principal works of the collection to which they belonged. 
With regard to the portraits of Gaspard de Coligny and the Earl of 
Leicester (Nos. 1996 and 1997), we only know that they were at one 



278 RAVESTEYN. 



time in the National Museum. In all probability they formed part of the 
above mentioned collection, being in every respect similar in size and 
manner of treatment to the other portraits. The following Nos. belong to 
this series: 177—185, 249, 956—958, 1242, 1596— i6cx), 1662. 

RECLAM (Friedrich), was born at Magdeburg in 1734; died in 
1774. Was a pupil of Ant. Pesne, in Berlin, and of J. B. M. 
Pierre, at Paris, where he resided for a long time. E. 

2009. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina, princess of Prussia (175 1 — 
1820). Wife of William V. Painted y^ / . - 
in an oval design of little cherubs. ^Lr /\^c^ m -' P m * 

O. 19^ by 15% in., h. h. 314 in. ^ \, ' 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ' J7&7 

From the store-room of the Royal Cabinet of pictures at the Hague, 1885. 

REEKERS (Hendrik), was born 21 September 181 5, at Harlem; 
died there 15 May 1854. Pupil of his father, Joh. Reekers, 
and of the flower painter G. J. J. van Os. Z. 

2010. Flowers and fruit. Various kinds of fruit arranged on a 
marble slab by the side of a vase with flowers. 

M. 23^ by 18% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: N. Reekers 1843. 
Presented by Baron C. C. A. du Bois de Ferrieres, Cheltenham 1897. 

REGEMORTER (Ignatus Josephus van), was born 4 December 
1785 at Antwerp and died there in 1873. Studied under his 
father, Petrus Johannes van Regemorter. E. 

2011. The Fish Market at Antwerp, seen on a market day. 

M. 23^ by 19^ in., h. h. \\ in. Signed to the left, on a counter: Ing* 
Regemorter f. Purchased at an exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1 828 (?). 

2012. The manage of Jan Steen. The artist despatches his son to 
sell two pictures. 

M. 21^ by 17^ in., h. h. life in. 

Signed in the foreground to the. left: Ign. Regemorter /. 1828. 

Acquired at an exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1828. 

REGTERS (Tibout), born at Dordrecht, 24 December 1710; died 
at Amsterdam in 1768. He had several masters, a. o. Jan 
Mauri ts Quinkhard, at Amsterdam. 

2013. The anatomical lesson of Professor Petrus Camper, 1758. 

The figures are seen to the knees, seated or standing round a 

table on which is lying a sheet of paper bearing the names of 

the persons represented: P. Camper (1722 — 1789), N. van der 

Meulen, Loth Lothz., Pieter Jas, Coenraad Nelson, Abraham 

Richard and Joannes Stijger. 

C. 66^ in. by 3 yds 1\\ in., nat. size. Signed: 7. Regters. 

From the Surgeons' Guild. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2014. Jan ten Compe, painter. Half length figure. ^^ , 
See p. 94. ^tStAqWrt 

O. \\\ by 914 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed: p w^> 

Sale of the collection B. Kley, the Hague 1781 and -r f/ & ' 
J. Immerzeel Jr., Amsterdam 1842. J ' 



)i 8. Rembrandt v 





REGTERS 279 

2014a. The family Brak, the father, three sons, a daughter and two 
grand-daughters are grouped round a table. 

C. 26^ by 33 in., h. f. 10 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: t 4 **£**% 

Presented by the late Miss Bakker, Baarn 1904. ^(/n/JCAJt J/52* 

2015. Jan Wagenaar (1709— 1776). Historian. Full length figure, seated. 

C 32^ by 26^ in., h. h. 3*4 in. Signed on the background, under the table 
Bought of F. C. Roos, Amsterdam 1821. 

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN, was born 15 July 1606 
at Leyden, was in that town a scholar of Jacob van Swanenburch 
and worked there until 1631. Studied also under the direction 
of Pieter Lastman at Amsterdam, where he resided until his 
death and was buried 8 October 1669. Mentioned by Buchel 
among the painters in 162 1. £. 

2016. The " NightWatch", or The Company of Captain Frans 
Banning Cocq and of Lieutenant Willem van Ruytenburg. 
The corps is represented in broad daylight, leaving the "Doelen" 
of the Arquebusiers. At their head, standing in the foreground 

\ ^^about the centre, are the Captain and the Lieutenant conversing 
y/\ together. The former wears a dark dress, the latter a yellow 
' I costume with a white sash causing a brilliant effect of light. 
\ Near the Captain, also standing out in full light, is a little girl, 
a dead white cock hanging from her waistband. On a modillion 
suspended from a cornice in the background are inscribed the 
names of the persons represented : Frans Banning Cock, captain ; 
Willem van Ruytenberg, lieutenant; Jan Cornelisz. Visscher, 
standard-bearer; Rombout Kemp and Reinier Engel, sergeants; 
Barent Harmsz. ; Jan Adriaensz. Keyser; Hendrick Willemsz. ; 
Jan Claesz. Leydecker; Jan Ockersen; Jan Pietersen Bronck- 
horst; Harmen Jacobsz. Verraken; Jacob Dirksen de Boog; Jan 
van der Hard; Johan Schellinger; Jan Brinkman; Jan van 
Kampoort, drummer. According to a document mentioned in 
" Oud-Holland" (1885, p. 91), the provost Nicolaes van Cruys- 
bergen is also among the figures seen in the picture. 

C. 3 yds 33 in. by 4 yds 27^ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom towards the centre: 

KjK.OTnhmndif. jfa 2 

Lithographed by G. T. Eilbracht and A. Mouilleron. Engraved by L. A. 
Claessens, E. A. Reveil, J. W. Kaiser, Ch. Waltner, J. L. Fiameng, 



280 REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN. 

T. Cole, N. Mossoloff, D. J. Sluyter, C. L. Dake and part by J. Hou- 
braken. In the National Gallery in London is a copy (O. 26 by 33 in.) 
painted by Gr. Lundens, in which to the left two more figures are seen, 
which on the original canvas would fall outside the picture. 
Formerly in the large hall of the " Doelen" of the Arquebusiers ; transferred 
in 1 71 5 to the Minor Court Martial of the old town-hall. Removed to the 
" Trippenhuis" in 1815. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 15 August 1808. 

2017. The Syndics of the Cloth-Hall at Amsterdam in 1661. Three 
of the arbiters, seated at a table, covered with a thick red cloth, 
are examining entries in a book lying open before them; the 
fourth is rising from his seat, and in the left hand corner the 
fifth is seated in an armchair. All are facing the spectator. In 
the background, standing out against the oak wainscoting, is an 
attendant. Professor Jhr. J. Six gives the following names as those 
of the persons represented : Willem van Doyenburg, Volckert 
Jansz. Jacob van Loon, Aernout van der Myn and Joachim de Neve. 
C. 2 yds 3*4 in. by 3 yds 1 ^ in. Signed to the right, on the chimney piece : 






and again on the table cloth 









Lithographed by A. C. Nunnink. Engraved by J. de Frey, J. W. Kaiser, 
R. Ilonston, Ch. Koepping, W. Unger and C. L. Dake. 
Formerly in the "Staalhof" (Cloth Hall) in the Staalstraat, at Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town since 15 August 1808. 

2018. The anatomical Lecture of Professor Joan Deyman 

(1620 — 1666). Fragment of the picture which was for the greater 
p*rt destroyed by fire on 8 th November 1723 and sold in England 
in 181 1. The corpse, part of whose cranium has been removed, 
is seen much foreshortened, with the feet towards the spectator. 
The abdominal cavity has been laid open and partly covered with 
a white cloth. To the left of the subject stands the amenuensis 
Gijsbrecht Matthijsz. Calckoen, holding in his hand the removed 
part of the skull. Over the head of the corpse are seen the hands 
of Professor Deyman in.' the act of demonstrating. In the back- 
ground, scarcely visible, the hand of a third person. 
£• 39^2 by 52^4 in., nat. size. Signed to the left, on the table: 

In order to give to this fragment a regular shape, a .strip of card board, 



REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN. 281 

a little over 5 inches, has been joined at the top, on which Professor Wijnveld 
has painted the head of Professor Deyman and the background. Formerly 
in the Anatomical Hall at Amsterdam. Purchased in 1882 by the town 
of Amsterdam with the pecuniary assistance of a few lovers of Art, from 
Mr. Owen, of London. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2019. The Jewish bride, also called Ruth and Boaz. A man in 

the strength of life is drawing towards him a young woman 

Q dressed in rich 
garments. Half 
length figures. 



\ 



C. 48 by 65% in., 
nat. size. At the 



LKiffibrana 




bottom to the right, faint traces of a date and the signature: 
Engraved by C. L. van Kesteren and W. Steelink. 
Acquired by J. Smith from Mr. Vaillant, in 1825. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2020. The stone-bridge. A Dutch landscape illumined by a ray of 
light darting from heavy clouds. 

O. 1 life by 1 6^ in. Collections Lapeyriere, Paris 181 7; James Gray, Ver- 
sailles 1863; the Marquess of Lansdowne, Bowood 1883. 
Purchased at the sale of the collection James Reiss, London 1900, with 
the pecuniary aid of the Rembrandt Society and of Dr. A. Bredius. 

2021. See No. 926a. 

2022. Portrait of a young lady of rank. Standing, seen to the 
knees, turned towards the 



left, looking at the spectator. / %J P 




The left hand which holds U\f}7) J)T dU it 

a fan is resting on the back • l/w * * ##r 

of a chair. 

Poplar, 4314 by 33 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Engraved by J. L. Flameng. Lent by the endowment "Family van Weede", 
Utrecht 1897. 

2023. Elizabeth Jacobsd. Bas (1 571 — 1649). Widow of AdmiraL 
Jochem Hendriksz. Swartenhont. Represented to the knees, seated 
in an armchair; the face, seen three quarters, is turned towards 
the left. In her hands, folded over each other, she holds an 
embroidered handkerchief. 

C. 46% by 36 in., nat. size. Engraved by P. J. Arendsen, C. Waltner and 
C. L. i)ake. As an heirloom this picture passed through the Reys, Meule^ 
naers and Muilmans to the family van de Poll. 
Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

2024. The toilet. (A mythological composition). A young woman 
lying on the bank of a stream is combing her hair; in the back- 
ground dark rocks are seen and two peacocks standing on a 
block of stone. 

c - 34% hy 27% in., h. h. 2% in. From the Hamilton Palace collection, 
where it was catalogued "Narcissus". Purchased at Amsterdam in 1885. 

2025. Study of a head. A warrior's bust, seen full face. It. is supposed 



282 REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN. 

that Rembrandt's father, Harmeft Gerritsz. van Ryn; miller at 
Leyden, sat as a model for this picture. Ancient copy. 

C. 24% by 1 &9J4 in., h. h. 6\ in. Wrongly signed : Rembrandt f 1641, 
Engraved by Nolthenius de Man.. The original is in the possession of 
Mr. W. Chamberlain, at Brighton. From the National Museum, the Hague 
1808, where it was considered to be a portrait of Willem van der Marck, 
Count of Lumey. 

RENI (Guido), born at Calvenzano, near Bologna, 4 November 1575; 
died at Bologna, 18 August 1642. Pupil of Dionysius Calvaert 
and of L. Carracci. E. 

2026. Mary- Magdalen. Half length figure, in a pensive attitude. Copy 
after the original formerly in the church of San Michele at Bosco, 
near Bologna, where at the present time is a copy of it by 
Domenico Canuti. 

C. 63 by 51% in., nat. size. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

REYERS (Nicolaas), born at Leyden, 4 October 17 19. Pupil of 
Hieronymus van der My. 

2027. Joannes Badon (1706 — 1790). Poet. Lived at Vlaardingen. 

COP. ov. 4 by 3% in., h. h. \\ in. 

Signed on the back of the plate : N. Reyers 1774. 

Part of the "Panpoeticon Batavum" of Arn. van Halen. See p. 139. 

RHEEN (Theodoras Justinus), probably born at Amsterdam. 
Visited Italy. On his return settled successively at the Hague, 
at Amsterdam and finally in the Dutch Indies. Worked in the 
first half of the XVIII century. 

2028. Abraham Patras (1 671 — 1737), Governor-General of the Dutch 
Indies from 1735 t0 I 737* 'T'/rOJ) 

COP. 13% by 10^ in., h. h. 2% in. Ju'/^7ttt/n^ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

and bearing the inscription : Abraham Patras Gouverneur- Generaal van 

Nederlands India A° ryjj. For source, see No. 328. 

In the East Court. 

RIBOT (Augustin-Theodule), born at Breteuil, 8 August 1823; died 
at Colombes, 11 September 1891. Pupil of Aug. Barth. Glaize. E. 

2029. The sempstress. An old woman busy with her needle. 

C. 1 8^ by 15 in., h. h. 2% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: /. Ribot. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

2030. Study of still life. A few fishes by the side of a spiny lobster. 

C. 23^ by 29^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: /. Ribot, 
Same source as No. 2029. 

RIEGEN (Nicolaas), born at Amsterdam, 31 May 1827; died 
27 November 1889. 

2031. A sea-piece, animated with several vessels, the most prominent 
being a two-masted ship. 

C 38% by 53^ in. Signed at the bottom to the left: M Ric$en fee. 
Bequest of Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 



ji6. Rembrandt > 



. Rembrandt van Rijii, 



2s6 PALM A IL GIOYIXK. 



1839. Loth and his daughters. 

i h 46 6 \ t. ^ in - J AC OBVS" PA LM /\ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: <p* 

In the store-room. From the Royal Cabinet J4 

of pictures, the Hague 1885. 

PALMA IL VECCHIO (Jacopo), born at Serinalto, near Bergamo, 
towards 1480; died at Venice in 1528. Was a pupil of Giovanni 
Bellini. 

1840. The Holy family, represented in a landscape with two women 
and the infant St. John. (Copy). 

C. 37*2 by 52^ in., h. h. 6 in. Presented by Baron van Spaen van 
Biljoen, 1808. In the store-room. 

PALTHE (Jan), born in 17 19 at Deventer; died in 1769 at Leyden, 
where he principally worked. Pupil of his father, Gerard Jan Palthe. K. 

1841. Mrs. Nobel and her grand-children. r» D/ J T*T r /-» 
Full length figures. / " **>> *-* I jTZ £, 

^- 37^4 W 31^ in., h. h. 3^ in. 7 y C'f) 

Signed at the bottom to the left: - — -\,S / 

Bicker bequest, 1881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

.1842. Pieter Cypriaan Testart. Whole length figure, seated. 

C). 34 by 25 in., h. h. 3^ in. (J ^ s?*k / 

sr.ir.rt: ..... qJ ■j J cJk/ubJ7 * 7 

1843. Agatha Heronima Nobel. Wife of the former, whole length 
figure, seated. sj ^ CT\ 

(). 34 by 25 ir u u ' ' - 

3^2 in. Signed at 

torn to the left: 1 «-r ^- /"x 

Same source as No. 1841. / f j \J 

1844. Johan Willem Parker (1721-1780). Burgomaster of Middel- 
burg. Standing, seen to the knees. 

C. 19^4 by 16^ in., 
h. h. 4^ in. Signed 
on the fountain 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 

1845. Jacoba Maria van Bueren (1718 — 1791). Wife of the preceding, 
with her son Willem, 7 years of age. Seated and seen to the 
knees. See No. 1707. 

C. 19^4 by 16^ in., h. h. 3U in. 

Signed on the base of the column : J. Palthe /7j6. Same source as No. 1844. 

PASINI (Alberto), born at Busseto, near Parma, in 1826. Pupil of 
Kugenio Ciceri, Eugene Isabey and of Theod. Rousseau. 

1846. A studfarm in Algeria on a bright sun shin}- day. 

^* 2 3^ by 37*3 "*•» n< animal, 2V2 in. 

Signed al the bottom to the right: A. Pasini 1880. Presented by the 

Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

PEETERS (Bonaventura), baptized at Antwerp, 23 July 1614; 
died at Hoboken, 25 July 1652. Worked at Antwerp, /i. 






J-tfcdUka. I7SC 



PEETERS. 257 



1847. View of the Scheldt, with a few sailing boats near a landing place. 

O. 14^ by 2714 in. 

Signed on a floating piece of board at the bottom to the right : ^. p 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. 

Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1901.- 

PEETERS (Clara), a Flemish painter living in the first half of the 
XVII century. Nagler mentions a work of this artist dated 1658, 
Several of her pictures are in the Prado-Museum at Madrid. 

1848. A study of still life. A perch, eels, oysters, shells from 
Eastern seas and shrimps.; in the background a few flowers. 

O. 10 by 14 in., real size. ' 

Signed to the left on the table : C^L AR A P » 

Purchased at Amsterdam in 1903. * 

1848a. Flowers in a glass. (Attributed to this painter). 

COP. 9^ by 7% in., real size. Bequeathed by A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

PEETERS (Gilles), was baptized at Antwerp 23 January 16 12, 
worked in that town and was buried there 12 March 1653. E. 

1849. A rocky landscape with a water mill. 

O. ov. 17 by 22^ in. 

Signed to the left on a rock: CiliS^AtiirS • / 6}} • 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1883. 

PEETERS (Jan), baptized 24 April 1624, at Antwerp; died there 
probably in 1677. Pupil of his brothers Gilles and Bonaventura. 

1850. The Dutch set fire to the English fleet at Chatham, 
20 June 1667. (Attributed to this painter). 

O. 28^ by 42^ in., h. f. 2 in. 

On the stern of a fire-ship is the inscription: jw»«l\* 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

PEPPERCORN (Arthur Douglas), born in London 28 February 
1847. Pupil of Jean-L^on G£r6me at Paris. Is living in England. 

1851. Twilight. Cows in a meadow standing near a shed. 

C, 24 by 20^ in., h. animal 8 in. Signed at the bottom : Peppercorn* 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

PESCHIER, an artist of the middle of the XVII century. 

1852. "Vanitas". A skull, an hour-glass, an inkstand, a violin and 
a sheet of music. 

C. 22^ by 27% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: 




yC/2/rK. 




~ / <r<;< 



Acquired in 1897. 

PHLIPPEAU (Carel Frans), born at Amsterdam, 31 Aug. 1825; 
died at Prinsenhage, 1 5 April 1897. Studied at the Academies 
of Amsterdam and Antwerp. Resided several .years in Rome. 

9 



258 PHLIPPEAU. 



1852a. Roman peasant women. Two women are conversing, a little 
girl standing near. Mountainous scenery with a lake. 
Ml 11^ by 15^ in., h. f. 6^ in. Signed to the right: Pklippeau 1866. 
Presented by Mr. F. J. M. A. Reekers, 1904. 

PICKENOY (Nic. Elias), see p. 118. 

PICOLET (Cornells), worked at Rotterdam till about 1690. 

1863. Young men starting for the chase. A country mansion in 

view. The figures in this r 

picture are portraits. /~* s~>* P \ [> /> a 

C 27 by 23^ in., h. f. 18 in. / ^J^hlfifc, &C |00^ 
Signed at the bottom to the right : V ^ ^ * 

Formerly in the possession of the family van Tuyll van Serooskerken. 
Purchased with the pecuniary assistance of the Rembrandt Society. 
Sale de Clercq, 1897. 

PICQUt (Charles), born at Deynze. in 1799; died at Brussels in 1869. 

1854. On the St. Bernard. One of the dogs has just discovered a 
young woman with her unconscious child 

C. 53ft by 44% in., nat.size. Signed in the foreground to the left : C. Picque 182J. 
From the Pavilion u Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

PIENEMAN (Jan Willem), baptized at Abcoude, 7 November 1779; 
died at Amsterdam, 8 April 1853. He was a self-educated artist. A - T. 

1855. An allegory on the death of Prince William V, 1806. 

The Maid of the Netherlands stands weeping by the side of the 
bust of the Prince. 

O. 21 by 16% in., h. f. 1 614 in. Signed on the tomb-stone: J. W. 
Pieneman Fecit. Engraved, with slight modifications, by W. van Senus. 
From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

1856. The self-sacrifice of Antonius Hambroek, pastor. 

C. 4014 by 45 in., h. f. 19^ in. Signed at the top to the right: J. W. 
Pieneman Fecit 1810. Same source as No. 1855. 

1857. An arcadian landscape. Near a tomb are seen a shepherd 
and shepherdess surrounded by their flocks. 

C. 27% by 33 in., h. f. seated, 3% in. Painted in 181 2. 
Same source as No. 1855. 

1858. Andries Snoek (1766— 1829), celebrated actor. Half length figure. 

C 33% by 27^1 in., nat. size. Signed to the right: y. W. Pieneman 1 8 iq. 
Lithographed by N. Pieneman. Same source as No. 1855. 

1859. Joanna Cornelia Ziesenis, born Wattier (1762 — 1827). The 
celebrated actress, represented in the character of Agrippina, is 
seated on a throne; Nero and Burrhus stand behind her. 

C. 2 yds 30 in. by 2 yds 7% in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1855. 

1860. Joanna Cornelia Ziesenis, born Wattier, actress. Bust. 

C. 27^ by 7.\\ in., nat. size. Signed to the left: J. IV. Pieneman 18 iq. 

Lithographed by R. van der Meulen. 

Presented by Mrs. J. R. Boelen x born Pieneman, 1869. 

1861. Albertus Bernardns Roothaan (1782 — 1847), lover of learning 
and the fine arts, and Louis Royer (1793 — 1868), sculptor. 
Royer is seated ; Roothaan, standing, is shaking hands with him. 
C. 69 by 57% in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: J. W. 
P. fecit 182s. Presented by Mr. G. F. Westerman and several other art 
lovers, 1867. 



PIENEMAN. 



259 



1862. The battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The painter has 
taken for his subject the moment when the Duke of Wellington, 
having been apprised by an estafet of the arrival on the battle- 
field of the Prussian army, gives the signal for a general attack. 
The prince of Orange, wounded by a shot, is being removed 
from the field. In the distance the Emperor Napoleon is seen 
on horseback. The principal figures represented are : 



1. The Duke of Wellington. 

2. The Prince of Orange. 

3. Lord Uxbridge, marquess of 
Anglesey. 

4. Lord Hill. 

5. General de Lancey. 

6. Major-General Cooke. 

7. Colonel Hervey. 

8. Colonel Campbell. 

9. Lieutenant-General Alava. 

10. Colonel Ponsonby. 

11. Major Thornhill. 

12. Colonel Colborn. 

13. General de Constant Rebecque. 

14. Colonel Elley. 

15. Lieutenant-Colonel Aberson. 

16. Major-General d'Aubreme\ 

18. Captain Aberson. . 

19. Major Baron Roepel. 

21. Colonel Detmers. 

22. Colonel Speelman. 

23. Major van der Smissen. 

24. Lieutenant-Colonel Tielen. 

25. Lieutenant-Colonel Boreel. 

26. General Chasse. 

27. General Wood. 

28. General van Merlen. 

29. General Count van Alten. 
31. General Halkett. 

• 32. Colonel Harris. 
33. Captain de Constant Rebecque. 

These numbers agree with those 



35. Lieutenant-Colonel Fitzroy 
Somerset. 

36. Lieutenant-Colonel Croquen- 
bourg. 

37. Major Ampt. 

38. General Trip. 

39. Lieutenant-Colonel Freemantle. 

40. Count of Rheede. 

41. General Lord Edward Somerset 

42. Lord Merch. 

43. Major-General Sir Denis Pack. 

44. Adjutant van Hooff. 

45. Colonel J. van de Leur. 

46. Colonel Baring. 

48. Colonel Gordon (wounded). 

49. Colonel Ompteda. 

50. Colonel-adjutant Du Caylor. 

52. Prince Frederick-William of 
Prussia. 

53. Prince Bliicher. 

54. General Btilow. 

58. The Emperor Napoleon. 

59. Jerome Napoleon. 

60. Lefebvre Desnouettes. 

62. Count of Erlon. 

63. General Michel. 

64. Marshal Ney. 

65. Count Lobau. 

66. General G. Jaquinot. 

67. Vazier de St. Alphonse. 
69. General Cambronne. 

on the outline sketch of the picture 



placed near it. 

C. 6 yds 11 in. by 9 yds 5 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right on a gun-carriage: y. W. Pieneman 1824. 

Lithographed by R. Craeyvanger, N. Pieneman and J. A. DaiwaiHe. 

Acquired by King William I. 

1863. Jacob Hobein (1810— ), rescued the Dutch flag under the 
fire of the enemy, 19 March 1831. Half length figure, winding 
the trophy about his body. 

C. 33% hy 25^ in., nat. size. Signed near the right arm: y. W. Piene- 
man 1832, From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1832. 

1864. Baron David Hendrik Chass6 (1765— 1849). Lieutenant- 
general. Half length figure, almost full face. 

C. 38^ by 31 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1863. 



2 6o PIENEMAN. 



1865. Nicolaas Cornells de Gallieres (1778— 1836). Colonel of 
cuirassiers. Half length figure, his horse standing behind him. 

C. $%*k hy 45 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1863. 

1866. Frederik Knotzer, Lieutenant-General. Bust, nearly full face. 

C 3°^ ^ 2 $*k ln '} na t« size. Sale S. Altmann, Amsterdam 18 December 1 890. 

1867. The acceptance of the supreme power in name of the 
Prince of Orange, 21 November 1813. The ceremony takes 
place at the house of Count Gijsbert Carel van Hogendorp. 
Besides the latter and the members of his family, are seen Count 
van der Duyn van Maasdam, Count van Limburg Stirum, Colonel 
van Oldenbarneveld, called de Witte Tullingh, Captain van 
Heynsbergen and Elias Canneman. 

C. 28 by 32 in., h. f. 15 in. Signed on a chair: J. W. Pieneman, 
Engraved by D. J. Sluyter. Presented by Mr. B. van Marwijk Kooy, 1892. 

1868. King William II on horseback. 

O. 11^ by 9^ in., h. f. on horseback, 6\ in. Collection of Baron A. C. 
Snouckaert. In the Dutch Museum since 189 1. 

1869. Hendrik Harmen Klijn (1773 — 1856), poet at Amsterdam. 
Half length figure, seated at his writing-table. 

C 30^ by 25 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Mr. H. H. Klijn, 18... 

1870. Portrait of an old lady, a member of the family Hartsen. 
Bust, slightly turned towards the left. 

C. 30^ by 25 in., nat. size. 

Presented by Jhr. P. Hartsen and the heirs of C. Hartsen, 1900. 

1871. Martinus Stuart (1756— 1826), historiographer. Half length 
figure. Copy of the portrait hanging in the council chamber of 
the Remonstrant Church, at Amsterdam. 

C. 47^(1 by 37 in., nat. size. Bequeathed by Mr. Theodorus Stuart, 1873. 

PIENEMAN (Nicolaas), born at Amersfoort, . 1 January 18 10; died 
at Amsterdam, 30 December i860. Pupil of his father, Jan 
Willem Pieneman. Z. 

1872. Jan Willem Pieneman (1779— 1853). Painter, seen to the 
knees; standing, holding his palette in his hand. 

C. 55% by 41% in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: A. P. 
Engraved by J. W. Kaiser. Bequeathed by Mr. N. Pieneman, i860. 

1873. William III, King of the Netherlands. Whole length figure, 
standing, clad in his Royal mantle. 

C 36% by 24^ in., h. f. 27% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
2V. Pieneman 1836. This portrait and No. 2690 were bestowed by their 
Majesties King William III and Queen Sophia on Baron J. L. W. de Kock. 
Presented by the family de Kock, 1897. 

1874. Diepo Negoro making his submission to Lieutenant- 
General, Baron Hendrik Merkus de Kock. 

C $o\ by 39^ in., h. f. 8^ in. Lent by the family de Kock, the Hague 190c. 

1875. Jan Hendrik Wins. Seen to the knees, turned towards the right. 

C* 55 by 41*4 in. Signed on the background to the right : N. Pieneman /SjS. 
Lent by the heirs of Mrs P. K. van Diermen, born Wins, Amsterdam 1886, 



PIETERSZ. 261 



PIETERSZ. (Aert), born at Amsterdam in 1550, where he was 
buried 12 July 161 2. Pupil of his father Pieter Aertsz. 

1876. The company of Captain Jan Philipsz. de Bisschop and 
of Lieutenant Pieter Egbertsz. Vinck in 1599. The 19 

figures in this composition are placed in two rows, raised one 
above the other ; they are seen half length, with the faces turned 
towards the spectator. 

O. 52^ in. by 3 yds 33% in., nat. size. Signed on a pedestal: 




D £ ^> 




and dated-: 



From the " Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. 

Formerly in the minor Court-Martial of the old Town-Hall. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1877. The anatomical lesson of Dr. Sebastiaan Egbertsz., 1603. 

The professor, standing in the centre of a numerous audience, 
is demonstrating on a corpse lying in front of him, on a table 
which is only partly seen; all the figures are painted to the 
knees, the face turned towards the spectator. On a sheet of 
paper are written the names of the chief members of the 
Surgeons' Guild in 1603. They are: 

1. Dr. Sebast Egbertsz.; 2. Cornelis Roos; 3. Claas C. Kist de Oude; 

4. Jan Sybrantz Bont; 5. Hans Pietersz. Vis; 6. Jan Laurentsz. ; 7. Dirk 

A. Koornkint; 8. Jeroen J. Waphelier; 9. Pieter Wiggertz; 10. Dirk 

Warnaarts; 11. Bartholomaeus Willems; 12. Jacob Joachims; 13. Albert 

Adriaansz. Koornkind; 14. Pieter Splinter; 15. Jan Wiggertsz. ; 1 6. Cornelis 

de Vries; 17. Jan Laurentsz.; 18. Dirk Tienen; 19. Hans de Lange; 

20. Hendrik Syb. de Bot; 21. Anthony Foreest; 22. Claes Cz. 

Kist de jonge ; 23. Jacob C. Roos de jonge ; 24. Barend Beenes ; 

25. Barent Jansz. ; 26. Albert Jansz. (Scherm); 27. Coenraad 

(Stengerus) ; 28. Cornelis Bartholo ; 29. Albert Gerritz. Hop. 

O. 58 in. by 4 yds 10 in., nat. size. On one arm of an 

easy-chair, the date : A 1603. On the other arm, this monogram: 

From the Surgeons' Guild. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1878. Six syndics of the Clothiers' Hall in 1599. The half length 
figures are seen in various positions, all with the face turned 
towards the spectator. Their names are: Jac. Jansz. Beuning, 
Lambert Pietersz., Hendrick Servaesz., Gijsbert Michielsz. and 
Henrick Boelensz. On the original frame, the inscription : »DOOR 
GUNST OF HAET OF EYGEBAET, GEEN OORDEEL 
GEEFT, BETREET U EEDT INT GHUNT GHY WEET, 
OPRECHTLYK LEEFT.« "Do not judge according to favor, 
hatred or self-interest. Swear to 
nothing but what you are sure 
of and lead an honest 

O. 4 1 \ by 5614 in., nat. 
Dated : 

Was in the Colonial offices at 
Amsterdam until 1857. 




/ear to 

t. size. " ^^ 



262 PIETERSZ. 



1878. The Company of Captain Pieter Dircksz. Hasselaer and 
of Lieutenant Jan Gerritsz. Hooft. (Fragment). The seven 
arquebusiers are represented at dinner; they form two rows of 
half length figures, one standing out above the other. (Attributed 
to this artist). 

O. 38^ by 41^ in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the Arquebusiers. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 

1880. A man's portrait. Dated from about 1580. Bust. (Copy). 

0. 22 by 18 in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

PIETERSZ. (Gerrit), baptized at Amsterdam, 1 November 1566; 
died before 1645. Brother of Jan Pietersz. Sweelinck, the organist, 
and pupil of Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem. E. 

1881. The company of Captain Jan Jansz. Carel and of Lieute- 
nant Thys Pietersz. Schryver in 1604. The members of 
the corps, numbering 23, are divided into two groups, one seated 
at the table, the other standing in the background. Ail the 
figures are seen to the knees. One of the figures has in his 
hand a piece of paper with the words: Jan Cuijper hanraihii* 
The persons represented are placed in the following order: 

8 10 12 13 25 17 18 21 26 
69 11 24 

14 15 16 20 22 

4 " 1 3 2 19 5 P3 

1. Jan Jansz. Carel, capt. ; 2 Thys Prs. Schrijver, lieuten. ; 3. Lambert 
Jansz., standard-bearer; 4. Jacob Egberts van Ryn; 5. Heindr. Prs. 
Schryver ; 6. Heindr. Heindrixz. ; 7. Harman Ysbrantsz. Hem ; 8. Pieter Jansz. 
Hollesloot; 9. Wouter Heuversz. ; 10 Ysbrant Hem; 11. Ysbrant Appel- 
man; 12. Wouter Berestein; 13. Hans de Roy; 14. Lieve Pietersz.; 15. 
Jan Kornelisz. Vis; 16. Daniel Heindr. Schryver; 17 Willem Jacobs van 
Ryn ; 1 8. Jan Oolofsz. ; 1 9. Symon Jansz. Bout ; 20. Jan Soop ; 21. David 
Dammans ; 22. Andries Harmansz. Bakker; 23. Pieter Andries Kooren- 
breek; 24. Jan Kuyper; 25. Jacob Karstensz. Wolf; 26. the drummer. 

O. 67^ in. by 3 yds 27% in. From the "Doelen" of the Long Bowmen. 
Lent b> the town of Amsterdam, since 1897. 

PISTORIUS (Eduard), born 2% February 1796 in Berlin; died at 
Carlsbad, 20 August 1862. He studied at the Academy of Arts 
in his native town and afterwards settled at Dusseldorf. E. 

1882. Reading the Bible. An interior. 

C. 22 by 25^ in., h. f. seated, 8^ in. 

Signed at the top to the left : Pis tortus p. 1801. 

Acquired in 1842 from L'Oublos de Mars. Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

PITLOO (Antoon Sminck), born at Arnhem in 1791 ; died at 
'Naples in 1837. Pupil of Hendrik Jan van Amerom. 

1883. The church of San-Georgio at Rome. A priest who has 
been administering the last Sacrament to a dying person, is 
returning to the church. 

C 39% by 29% in., h. f. kneeling, 3% in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: A. S. Pitloo 1820. 

From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 



1 977. J. A. van Kavesteyn. 




PLAES. 263 

— ■ ■«■ ■ i — i 1 

PLAES (David van der), was bom n December 1647, at Amster- 
dam; died there 18 May 1704. Worked for a short time in 
London. E. 

1884. Casparus Commelin (1636 — 1693). Professor of Botany at 
Amsterdam and historiographer of the town; seated, seen to 

'the knees. 

' C. 23 by 19 in., h. h. 4% in. Signed ff 

to the left, on the table cloth: CY\ **}}** / 7*)/ fh i 

Presented b> Mr. L. M. Beels van JJ . JS • /^ UL ^ J 
Heemstede to the Royal Archeological ^ 

Society. Lent by the latter to the Museum, since 1889. ,~£ ^•j 

1885. Margaretha Heydanus. Wife of the preceding. JD. )/. 
Seated, seen to the knees. 

C. 22*4 by 18^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left; _ 

Same source as No. 1884. /? 

1886. Willem van Outshoorn (1635—1720). Governor- is 
General of the Dutch E. I. Bust. ^^ ^^ t 

C 13^ by 9^ in., h. h. 2\ in. 2J j} 

Signed to the right, about the middle height* f7*%/1 

and bearing the following inscription, intersected by ^ J^f s% f\ C 

his coat of arms: WUh. van Outshoorn Gouv.-Gen. ^~* • uCLtLO. 
van Indie. Same source as No. 328. 

1887. Cornells Tromp (1629— 1691). 
Lieutenant-Admiral. Bust. 
C. 3*1^ hy 25 \ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Purchased at the sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam June 1887. 

POEL (Egbert van der), baptized at Delft, 9 March 162 1. Worked 
in his' native town until 1653; about 1655 he went to Rotterdam, 
where he was buried 19 July 1664. 

1888. A village interior. A large room with several persons. In 
the foreground a study of still life composed of kitchen utensils, vege- 



J)faxi 




tables andj poultry* 



left, on a whetstone : ^<m~*S 

Lithographed by A. I /* A, £ 

C. Cramer. *S \J i Q 



Engraved by W. Unger. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

1888. View in the neighbourhood of Delft after the explosion 
of the powder-mill, 12 October 1654. 

O. 14^ by 24ft in., ^ j 

h. f. 2^ in. Signed ^ j lv£*\ 

at the bottom to "* ^ 

the right: 

Bought at the sale 

of Miss A. C. Putman, Amsterdam 1803. Same source as No. 1888. 

1890. The fish-market at night. {,;**» 

O. 14 by \o>\ in., h. f. 7 in. Signed on a column: *T)otL 

Bequeathed by D. Franken Dzn/, 1898. ' 






? 6 4 POELENBURGH. 



POELENBURGH (Cornells van), born in 1586 at Utrecht. After 
his travels he settled in that town and died there, 12 August 1667. 
Was a pupil of Abr. Bloemaert. Resided for a long time in 
Italy and London. 

1891. The bathers. Men bathing in a stream running 

along ruins. C ]p 

COP. 5^ by 6^ in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the left on a rock: " 

Companion to the folio whig No. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1892. After the bath. An arcadian landscape with figures of young women. 

' O. 514 by 714 in., h. f. 1^ in. 
Signed in the foreground to the left, about the centre v m P • 

Some source as No. 1891. 

1893. The expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise. 

O. 12- by 15 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the right in the foreground : cp 
Same source as No. 189 1. : 

1894. Frightened nymphs. Perceiving they are watched by satyrs, 
they take refuge with an old woman. 

COP. 14^ by 18 in., h. f. $*k in. 

Acquired at the ^ale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

POELMAN (Pierre J.), born in 1801, at Ghent; died there in 1826. 

1895. The town-hall of Audenarde, seen from the market place. 

O. 26% by 35^ in., h. f. 2^ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right: P. J* Poelman a Gand P* J824. 

Purchased at an exhibition, Brussels 1824. 

POGGENBEEK (George Jan Hendrik), was born 20 July 1853, 
at Amsterdam; died in that town, 4 January 1903. Pupil of 
J. H. Veldhuizen. E. 

1896. A row of willows along a narrow canal, seen in the light of 
declining day. 

O. \\\ by 1 7 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : Geo Poggenbeek* 
Presented by Jhr. P. A. van den Velden, 1892. 

POOL (Jurriaan), was born in j666 at Amsterdam and died there 
in 1745.. Was married 12 August 1693 to the flower painter 
Rachel Ruysch. Af. 

1897. C Boekelman and Jan Six, heads of the Surgeons 9 
Guild in 1699. Busts. The former is showing to 
the latter the heart of a dead person. 

C. 29 by 45^ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 



%LJ 



Formerly in the hall of the Surgeons' Guild. / U 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. • J J 

POORTER (Willem de), worked at Harlem from the beginning 
until the middle of the XVII century; after 1645 he settled at 
Wyck, near Heusden. His works show the influence of Rembrandt. 

1898. Solomon sacrificing to idols. (I Kings XI— 7, 8). 

O. 24ft by 1914 in., h. f. 8^ in. 

Signed at the bottom towards the centre, on a branch: oy # j)p. 

Bought at the sale Coster, Amsterdam 1882. 



PORTMAN. 265 



PORTMAN (Christiaan-Julius-Lodewijk), born at Amsterdam, 
20 October 1799; died in Paris, 18 October 1867. Studied under 
Cornelis Kruseman. 

1899. Visit of the Grand-Duke Alexander of Russia to the 
house of Czar Peter the Great at Zaandam, 17 April 1839. 

This is a slightly modified duplicate of the picture presented by 
Mr. A. van der Hoop, to Her Majesty Queen Anne Paulowna, 
in 1840. • 

C. 46^1 by 56^ in., h. f. 28^ in. Signature almost effaced at the bottom 
to the left, and dated 77 April i8jg. The persons represented are: The 
Czarowitz Alexander (afterwards Czar Alexander II); William % Prince of 
Orange (afterwards King William II); Anne Paulowna of Rtfssia, wife of 
the Prince of Orange, and their sons William, hereditary Prince of Orange 
(later King William III), Alexander and Henry; Prince Frederick of the 
Netherlands, and his consort Louisa of Prussia; Countess van Wassenaer, 
born Baroness S. W. van Heeckererr; Countess van Hogendorp van Hof- 
wegeri; Countess £. Af. van Limburg Stirum; Count Orloff; Lieutenant- 
General von Kareline; Prince Dolgorouki; Mr. Tolstoij and Mr. A. van 
der Hoop — the keeper of the little house, who gave the artist the order 
for the two pictures. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1900. Portrait of an old man. Bust, in the dress of the XVII century. 

C. 24 by 20 ft in., nat. size 

Signed on the background to the right: C, y. L. Portman. 

From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. In the store-room. 

POST (Frans), born at Leyden, about 161 2; buried at Harlem, 16 
February 1680. He had settled in that town in 1644, after his 
return from Brazil, to which country he had, in 1637, accompaned 
Count John Maurice of Nassau. 

1901. Count John Maurice of Nassau-Siegen, Governor of Brazil. 
Standing, seen to the knees, almost full face. A free copy after 
the painting ascribed to P. Nason, r\ ^ 4 

in the Museum of Brussels. See Q Ll\AJT *7£ PfOJlW 
No. 1693. '+* * 

C, 4?^ by 37% in., nat. size. /HC1VIG 11 l0- /MOjU 
Bearing the inscription : 1 O* s" 

Acquired at the sale M. C. van Hall, -H \ >9 
1858. * 

1902. View in Brazil. A group of natives ^ ^^ 
close to a gate. JU Q /*\ *\ 

C. 42% by 68 in. Signed in the foreground * * I ^J O f 

to the left: jT + 

Purchased at the sale Copes van Hasselt, /Oil Z-» 

Harlem (?) 1880. ' v " 

1903. A view in Brazil. A hamlet, with tropical animals, under a 
cluster of trees. ,_ ^ ^ . 

C. 26 by 34^ in., h. f. 2% in. F . t O V I 

* Signed to the right in the foreground : ^"^ *** 

Bought at the sale Habich, Cassel, May 1892. 



266 . POST. 



1904. View of the island of Tamaraca. ~ 

C. 25 by 3514 in., h. f. z\ in. f.POST./Oj^ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

On the back of the picture a piece of paper is affixed with the following 

inscription, in the old manner of spelling: 

(The island of Tamaraca, seeu from 
the South; the town is ljing on the 
top of the mountain and the fort 
Orange at the. foot along the sea. 
This is the manner on which the 
Portuguese ride on horseback.) 



Het eylant van Tamaraca gelyck 
hetselve int Zuyden verthoont, de 
stadt legt boven op den Berg bene- 
den is het fort Orangien hetzelfe 
leit in den mont van de zee op de 
IH manier sitte de portugisen te peert. 
Acquired at Paris in 1879. 

1905. Landscape in Brazil. View of a village; in the foreground a 
few negroes. 

O. 15J& by 24 in., h. f. 1^ in. F. P O S T. y 4; 9 

Signed in the foreground about the centre: 
Purchased at the sale F. Kayser, Amsterdam 1888. 

1906. Residence of a Dutch colonist in Brazil. E/*0v?* 

O. 6% by 10 in., h. f. \ in. Signed: ^ */- 

Presented, with the following No., by Mr. J. Ph. van der Kellen to the 
Dutch Museum, 1879. 

1907. Brazilian village with the residence of a Dutch colonist. 

O. 8 by 10% in., h. f. 1 in. Same source as No. 1906. 

POT (Hendrick Gerritsz.), born at Harlem towards 1585; died at 

Amsterdam in October 1657. Pupil of Karel van Mander. Worked 

. first in his native town and, after 1648, at Amsterdam. In 1632 

he was in London, where he painted the portrait of Charles I. 

1907a. Joost van den Vondel, in a shepherd's garb, crowned with 
laurels. Seen to the knees, profile, turned to the left. 

O. 1 3^ hy 1014 in., h. h. z\ in. Y ^»^ 

Signed on the background to the right: I I * 

Purchased in Paris, 1904. J" L 

POTHOVEN (Hendrik), born at Amsterdam in 1725; died at the 
Hague about 1795. Pupil of Philip van Dijk. M. 

1908. Harman Hendrik van de Poll (1697 — 1772), Burgomaster of 
Amsterdam. Companion to No. 1942. Half length figure. 

C. 19% by 15% in., h. h. 4 in. drm 

Signed near the left shoulder: Jv. f nthnx, 

Under the signature the date: 1749. K ^ ^ VUlOYtn 

Engraved bij J. Houbraken. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

POTTER (Paulus), baptized at Enkhuizen, 20 November 1625; 
buried at Amsterdam, 17 January 1654. Was a pupil of his 
father, Pieter Potter, at Amsterdam, and of Jacob de Wet, at 
Harlem. Worked from 1646 to 1648 at Delft, from 1649 t0 
165 1 at the Hague and afterwards at Amsterdam. E. 

1909. The shepherd's hut. Half hidden behind a cluster of trees at 
the foot of which the shepherd is seated, resting his head on his 
hand. In the foreground some sheep and a calf. 

O. 9% by I2 1 /! in., h. animal, a*L in. - ./% . ». r % , A m 

Signed to the left on a stone. Engraved J"" li,i f tkr f ,H * 

by C. Ploos van Amstel and W. Unger. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 



POTTER. 267 



1910. The bear-hunt. A couple of bears are defending themselves 
against the attacks of dogs and huntsmen. One of the latter is 
on horseback. 



C. 3 yds 12 in. by 3 yds 25 in., nat. 
size. Signed on a tree : 
The whole of the foreground and other 
parts of the landscape and of the figures 




have been repainted by J. W. Pieneman. ^OwTZW/C/© 

This picture was originally in the house If 

occupied by the widow of Potter, Adriana *^- 



jH 




Balckenende, after her second marriage. 

Sale van Reenen, the Hague 1820. 

Acquired in 1825 by an exchange with the Mauritshuis. 

1911. Horses in a field. A bay and a white horse standing near a gate. 

O. 9*4 by 1 1^4 in., h. animal, 4 in. Signed on the gate : * 

Bought at the sale Jhr. Goll van Frankenstein, *PcuiuL$ 

Amsterdam 1833. Van der Hoop collection. ^ Uejr £*. 16 *9 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. ' OTrVS.^j 

1912. Orpheus and his harp. A sylvan landscape. At the foot of a hill, 
Orpheus is playing; wild and tame animals gathered around him. 

C. 26^ by 35 in., h. of the unicorn, 4 in. Signed at the bottom to the 

right: Mjp 

Sales of Mrs. £ w^ *•' ^* •» ' 

and of Mr. W. ^ \ZS 

van Wouw, the Hague 1767. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

1913. Cows in a field. The animals occupy the foreground. 

O. 10 by 12 in., h. animal, 



3 in. Signed at the bottom 
to the left: 

Purchased at the sale J. 
Clemans, 1 851. 



OattW* ftfteK-f* j<j$j 



Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1914. Shepherds and their flocks. A woman nursing her baby is 
seated at the foot of a tree facing a sand-hill ; the man is standing 
by her side playing on the bagpipe. In the foreground a red 
ox, a horse, a donkey and other animals. 

C 32 by 38^ in., 

signT^tSh^^ P cLiisiu <S JrolLvr. / J 6s/ 

torn to the left: "^ 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sales of Mrs. Valckenier, Amsterdam 1796 

and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

1915. Landscape with cattle. Grazing cattle in a meadow set with 
pollards. In the near distance a farmhouse. Seen on a bright 
spring morning. - ^ 

O. 23 by 26^ in., h. <■ If < •-> II - / . J 

animal, 2% in. 'THilltllS Y(JTTW. "h /0C2 

Signed on a fence: */ r$ J m ' * D 

Bought at the sale ^*^ 

H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 



2 68 POTTER. 



1916. The spaniel, standing in the foreground. In the distance a 
sportsman with a .couple of dogs. 

O. 7 by 7^ in., h. animal 3^ in. C\ a jZ(f.jQ. ^SnJ+fl^ /^ 

Signed in the foreground to the left : J J CU/f ' c W ) J <>*t V 1" -j~ 
Van der Hoop collection. *^ 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, • ^- -v ^> 

since 1885. J ° * ^ 

POTTER (Pieter Symonsz.), born at Enkhuizen in 1597, buried 
at Amsterdam, 4 October 1652. From 1628 to 1630 he worked 
at Leyden, especially as a painter on glass and at Amsterdam 
from 1631. About 1647 he resided for a short time at the 
Hague and at Delft. 

1917. " Vanitas". A skull, a small lamp, soap bubbles, books, etc. 

O. 21^ by 17 in., real size. ^~ ## •w-* 

Signed at the bottom to the left: Z 4 *) l\ {\tt( 1J^ *£" 

Acquired at the sale Meijnders, Amster- L/ I J \J Llf U # | 9 

dam .1838. / • I gJ 

Van der Hoop collection. J if 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since ♦ / h A A « 

1918. The strawcutter. He is at work in a farm, dressed in a red 
shirt, the face turned towards the spectator. The attribution to 
Pieter Potter is rather doubtful. 

O. 11% by 9^ in., h. f. 8*4 in. Presented to the Museum in 1808, by 
Baron van Spaen van Biljoen, as a work of Paulus Potter. 

POURBUS THE ELDER (Francois), born at Bruges in 1545, 
died at Antwerp, 19 September 1581. Pupil of his father, Pieter 
Pourbus, at Bruges, and of Frans Floris, at Antwerp. 

1919. Elizabeth, Queen of England (1533 — 1603), bust, slightly 

. turned towards*' the left. 

O! 1714 by 12^4 in., h. h. 614 in. On the back of the panel is the 
subjoined monogram surmounted with a crown : C(arolus) R(ex), being 
the monogram of King Charles I of England, from whose collection this 
painting is derived. Sale Samuel van Hulst, the Hague 1737. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

POURBUS THE YOUNGER (Francois), born at Antwerp in 
1569 and buried in Paris, 19 February 1622. Was oppomted 
painter to the Court of France. Pupil of his father, Francois 
Pourbus the Elder. Visited Italy. 

1920. Portrait of Marie de Medici (1573— 1642), wife of Henry IV, 
King of France. Full length figure. A reproduction of the 
original portrait in the Louvre. 

C. 3 yds 3^ in. by 2 yds 4^ in., nat. size. Formerly in the castle at 
Honselaarsdijk. From the Mauritshuis, the Hague 1875. 

POUSSIN (Gaspard). See Dughet, p. 109. 

PRINS (Johannes Huibert), born at the Hague in 1758; died at 

Utrecht in 1806. E. 
192.1. View of a town, showing the market place with a church 

in the romanesque style, flanked by a convent. 

O. 16*4 by 22 in., h. f. 1^ in. Signed on a well: y. h. Prins. 
From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 



. Rembrandt van Riji 



PRONK. 269 



PRONK (Cornells), born at Amsterdam, 10 December 1691; died 
28 September 1759. Pupil of Arnold. Boonen. Principally known 
for his topographical drawings. 

1922. Portrait of the painter by himself. 

COP. ov. 3% by 2^ in., h. h. \\ in. On the back of the plate is inscribed, 
on a piece of paper: Cornells Pronk, teekenaar en schilder^ leerling van 
Boonen ie ipse fecit From the collection of miniatures of the Mauri tshuis. 

PROOYEN (Albert Jurardus van), born at Groningen, 7 September 
1834. Settled at Amsterdam in 1869. 

1923. Landscape scenery. A road through a wooded tract of country . 

C. 17^ by 25% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: van Prooijen, 
Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

PUTTER (Pieter de), supposed to have been born at Middelburg 
in the beginning of the XVII century and buried at Beverwijk, 
30 November 1659., A pupil of his father, Joost de Putter and 
brother-in-law of Abraham van Beyeren. 

1924. A study of fish, grouped - ., 
on a table by the side of a 4^ 
rad earthenware dish. ^^^^a. ^"^^^J^^ 

O. 27^ by 23 in., nat. size. 
Signed to the right : 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 
1885. 

PUYTLINCK (Christoflfel), surnamed "Trechter" (funnel), worked 
at Rheims in 16 13, from 1667 to 1668 in Rome and afterwards 
probably at Roermond. 

1925. Dead cocks, suspended by the legs with their heads lying on 
a plinth. 



Bvr" 




a. jjmiui. 1 . / 



to the left: ^ 

Acquired at the sale 
S. B. Bos, Amsterdam 
1888. 



////. 



PYNACKER (Adam), baptized at Pijnakker, near Delft, 13 February 
1622. After his return from Italy he worked at Delft, then at 
Schiedam and settled towards 1660 at Amsterdam, where Tie was 
buried 28 March 1673. 

1926. On the banks of an Italian lake. Boats laden with merchandise 
are moored along the side. 
In the foreground a cow 
and a donkey. 

C. on O. 38% by 33^ in., h. f. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: %=^ L^M ^I^XJl /\j£># 
Purchased at the sale G. van der 
Pot, Rotterdam 1809. 

1927. A landscape with cattle. Standing on the foreground near a 





270 PYN ACKER. 




tree on the bank of a stream, a woman is spinning; close by 
two oxen and a goat. 

O. 14% by 19 in., h. f. 4 in. +l%VnAjc£**-. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: '' **'+*'**^ 

Bought at the sale Gerrit Muller, Amsterdam 1827. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. 
L. Dupper Wz., bequest, 1870. 

1928. Pilgrims. A shrine close to a river in a hilly landscape.' The 
scene is enlivened by figures of persons and animals. 

C. 27ft by 23^ in., h. f. 2\ in. 

Sales of Mrs. Hogguer-Ebeling, Amsterdam 181 7, and of }. van den 

Bergh, Amsterdam 1833. Same source as No. 1927. 

1929. Landscape. A waterfall between high rocks. 

C. 19^ by 16% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: AVp" C 
Van der Hoop collection. */l' lY***r\F'-. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

1930. A landscape in the Apennins. In the foreground, near a 
group of high trees with large trunks* are 
some goats and calves; the figure of a 
shepherd is seen in the distance. /##*i i 

C. 39% by 34 in., h. animal, 6^ in. k^/dflJ ftl® "^ 
Signed at the bottom to the left: ^^€J/ ^1 
From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq. 

" Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

PYNAS (Jacob), born at Amsterdam, about 1590; died at Delft (?) 
Has probably survived his brother Jan. 

1931. Paul and Barnabas refraining the people of Lystra 
from doing them sacrifice. ^->^ 

In the foreground, the figure of f^ (^ f J 

the cripple whom Paul has L r "^ I ' ^ I 

healed. (+ f dC ~ I V™* /< 

O. 25% by 41^ in., h. f. 13% in. \^/ /- ' 

Signed at the bottom to the right : / 1 V O 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1892. J V C. O 

PYNAS (Jan), brother of Jacob, was born in 1583 at Amsterdam, 
where he was buried 27 December 1631. Visited Italy with Pieter 
Lastman. X"^*V * 

1932. Moses turning the waters ^ 1 / ■ / 
in the river to blood. By / VJ ly#fl$- fC 
his side are Aaron and Pharaoh I \~* 1 ~ ~ J 
with his courtiers. g J J K -' J 

O. 28% by 67^ in., h. f. 19^ in. t-^ V-/ f ^ 

Signed in the foreground to the right : I (\ % {S 

Purchased in 1895. J V/ */ 

QUAST (Pieter Jansz.), was born in 1605 or 1606 at Amsterdam; 
died there in May or in the beginning of June 1647. Worked 
at the Hague and in his native town. E. 

1933. The surgeon. He is seen in the act of binding up the foot 
of an old man, who is supported by another old man, 
standing beside him. V 

O. 12 by 16^1 in., h. f. 7^ in. Signed on the settle: ^— », 

D. Franken Dzn., bequest, 1898. 



QUAST. 271 

1934. The card players, in the company of a young woman in a 
yellow silk dress, who is smoking a pipe. 

O* I S 1 k by 11 in., h. f. io 1 ^ in. Acquired at Leyden, 1885. 

QUINKHARD (Jan Maurits), was born at Rees, 28 January 1688; 
died 11 November 1772 at Amsterdam, where he had fixed his 
residence in 17 10. He studied with his father at Rees and at 
Amsterdam, with Arnold Boonen, Christoffle Lubienietzki and 
Nicolaas Verkolje. Worked for a short time at Utrecht. 

1935. Six masters of the Surgeons 9 Guild of Amsterdam in 
1732. They are : Abr. Titsingh decanus, A. Vermey, Wichard van 
Wesik, Joannes de Bruyn, Willem Monnikhoff and Cornelis van 
der Swed. Against the wall is seen the portrait of Professor 
Roell. The figures are seen to the knees, some seated, others 
standing round a table. . . 

C. 6 9 ifc in. by 3 yds, nat. | M.QUINKHARD !»'**«* //Jl. 

size. Signed on the ink- * ^ 

stand. From the Surgeons' Guild of Amsterdam. Lent by the town since 1 885 . 

1936. Seven masters of the Surgeons' Guild <tf Amsterdam 
in 1737. They represent: Pieter Plaatman, Abr. Titsing, Leonard 
Coster, Augustinus Graver, Hermannus Meijer, Jan Bekker and 
Johannes Lakeman. (Perhaps the name of N. Craanmeester ought 
to be substituted for that of Plaatman). Whole length figures 
seated round a table. 

C. 64 in. by 2 yds 22 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 1935. 

1937. Four masters of the Surgeons' Guild, Amsterdam 1744. Their 
names are : Johannes van Gorsel, Hendrik van der Ven, Hendrik 
Sax and Otto Ruysch. Whole length figures, seated round a table. 
C. 64 in. by 2 yds 22 in., nat. size. Signed: y. M. Quinckhard 1744* 
Same source as No. 1935. 

1938. Isaac Verburg (1684 — 1746). Rector of the Latin school of 
Amsterdam. Bust. 

C. 14% by 12 in., h. h. 4 in. Signed on the background: Quinckhara 

pinxit 172J. Engraved by P. van Gunst. 

Presented by Professor H. T. Karsten, 1887. In the store-room. 

1939. Walter Senserf, Director of the Dutch E. I. Company. Chamber 
of Rotterdam. ^ / 1 f . 

C. ov. 3214 by 26* in., nat. size. J Jf % un khn£h fa* 
Signed to the right: J *S \9 * & «9n&nM'tiJ 

See No. 2666. From the Offices of the E. I. Company, Rotterdam. 

1940. A man's portrait. Bust. 4 a*a * *l 

COP. ov. 6% by 5% in., h. h. 2 in. Signed to the right: ijfJ^i^JuAnJcha^f 
Acquired at the sale of Alberdingk Thijm, Amsterdam, • - , 

December 1889, as being a portrait of Govert Klink- P Xtf * 

hamer. J^30 

1941. Baron Gustaaf- Willem van Imhoff (1705- J^i:^6 
1 751), Governor-General of the Dutch Indies. 

COP. 13^ by 10^4 in., h. h. z\ in. His coat of arms with the following 



272 QUINKHARD. 




inscription drawn in a semi- J / C\ 

G. van N. I. 1 74 2* • 

Signed at the bottom to the right : • | 

1942. Margaretha Trip (1669— 1778). ' Wife of Herman Hendrik 
van de Poll. See No. 1908. Half length figure. 

C. 19^ by 15% in., j § * m 

base of a column: f ' 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

1943. Jan van de Poll (1721 — 1801). Burgomaster of Amsterdam, 
with his son., See 

C 19% by 15^ in., <^ % J/ty. c 2uL>nJinflrb fiittxU 
h. h. 3% in. Signed / ^^^ 

to the right, on a J 7 S"$ 

balustrade : 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. Same source as No. 1942. 

1944. Jan Hendrik van Heemskerk (1689— 1730). Half length figure. 

C 33% by 
25% in., nat. 
size. Signed 

to the right: rs*Sjf / frflsff mL& 

Presented by. 
the heirs of 
Mr. J. L. de Bruyn Kops, 1888. 

1945. Bernardus de Bosch (1709-- 1786). Poet at Amsterdam. Bust. 
See No. 1965. 

COP. ov. 414 by 3^ in., h. h. 1% in. 

In grisaille: Sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 

1946. Margaretha van Leuvening. Wife of the preceding. Bust. 

COP. ov. 4^ by 3ft in., h. h. \\ in. In grisaille. -. 

Signed on the background to the left: <£Muu*atXfyar*f>n*pi* 

Same source as No. 1945. t tn 3 

1947. Jason Pratensis (—1558). Physician at Zieriksee. 

On the back of the plate, the inscription: IASON Pratensis ob. ijj8. 
After an anonymous engraving. This work and the 21 portraits which 
are following, form part of the Panpoeticon Batavum, of Arnold van Halen. 
See p. 139 and following. In grisaille. COP. ov. 4^ by 3ft in. 

1948. Matheus de Casteleyn. 

On the back, the inscription: Math, de Casteleyn circa 1566. See No. 1947. 

1949. Jacobus Scotte (—1641). Burgomaster of Middelburg. 

On the back the inscription: Jacob Scotte circa ijyo. 
After an engraving of Crispyn de Passe. See No. 1947. 

1950. Constants Huygens (1596— 1687). 

On . the back the inscription : C. Iluigens A ijg6. 
After an engraving of Paulus Pontius. See No. 1947. 

1951. Willem de Groot (1597— 1662). Lawyer and adviser to the 
Stadtholder. 

On the back the inscription: With. Grotius A° IJ97- 
After an engraving of Hendrik Bary. See No; 1947. 



nf pvrrxU 



QUINKHARD. 273 



1952. Cornells Heyndricksz. Udemans (first half of the XVII 
century). Poet. 

On the back the inscription: C. Udemans Nat: 1598. 
After an engraving of H. Udemans. See No. 1947. 

1953. Jacob Lescaille (161 1 — 1677.) Bookseller at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: J b Lescailje 161 1. See No. 1947. 

1954. Johannes Fredericus Gronovius (161 1 — 1671). Professor at 
the University of Leyden. "^ 

On the back the inscription: Joh: Fred: Gronovius 1611. 
After an engraving of J. van Munnickhuijzen. See No. 1947. 

1955. Matthys Balen (1610). Historiographer of Dordrecht. 

On the back the inscription: Matthys Balen 161/. 

After an engraving of Romein de Hooghe. See No. 1947. 

1956. Jacob Steendam (middle of the XVII century). 

On the back the inscription: J b Steendam circa 1613. See No. 1947. 

1957. Franciscus Godyti. 

On the back the inscription: F. Godinus. See No. 1947. 

1958. Nicolaas Heinsius (1620 — 1681). Poet at Leyden. 

On the back the inscription : A^ Heinsius Gebooren A 1620 Ob. 796 1681. 
After an engraving of A. de Blois. See No. 1947. 

1959. Tieleman van Bracht (1625 — 1664). Pastor at Dordrecht. 

On the back the inscription: Ttlem van Bracht 1625. 
After an engraving of Abr. Blotelingh. See No. 1947. 

1960. Johan de Witt (1625 -1672). Grand pensionary. 

On the back ,the inscription: Jan de Wit 162J '. 
After an engraving of Hendr. Bary. See No. 1947. 

1961. Joost van Geel (1631 — 1698). Painter and poet at Rotterdam. 

On the back the inscription: Joost v. Geel -£- 
After an engraving of J. Houbraken. See No. 1947. 

1962. Aernout van Overbeke (1632 — 1674). Explorer and poet. 

On the back the inscription: A. v. Overbeek 1632. See No. 1947. 

1963. Petrus Schaak (1633 — 1678). Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: Ds. P. Schaak i6jj— See No. 1947. 

1964. Lucas Pater (1707— 1787). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: Lucas Pater 1707. See No. 1947. 

1965. Bernardus de Bosch (1709 — 1786). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: B. de Boseh A 1709. See No. 1947. 

1966. Gysbert Tyssens (beginning of the XVIII century). 

On the back the inscription: Tysse. See No. 1947. 

1967. Frans van Steenwijk (1715— 1788). Poet at Amsterdam. 

On the back the inscription: F. Steenwijk 17 15. See No. 1947. 

1968. N. W. Op den Hoof. 

On the back the inscription: Opdenhoof. See No. 1947. 

QUINKHARD (Julius), was born in 1736 at Amsterdam and died 
there in 1776. Son and pupil of Jan Maurits Quinkhard, E. 



302 SCHOLTEN. 



century are seated two ladies, the youngest of whom is reading 

aloud from. the Bible. 

M. 21^ by 25^4 in., h. f. seated, 10 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right : H. J. Scholten. 

Purchased at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1868. 

2164. Gerard Honthorst showing Amalia van Solms the 
drawings of his pupil, Louise of Bohemia* 

M. 19 by 15% in., h. f. 11 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : // J. Scholten ft. 54. 

Bequest Bar»n Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

SCHOOR (Abraham van der), Dutch painter, worked towards the 
middle of the XVII century. 

2165. "Vanitas". A study of still life composed of six human skulls, 
bones and a few 
other objects. 
C. 25 by 28% im 

Signed to the left, 

on a column: 

Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1886. 






J S 4 . s 



Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam ioob. -.-. f\ ^ 

2166. Portrait of a man with a red beard. /\^\\/ J /"fl 

Bust, the three-quarter face turned *^C 

towards the right. 

O. ov. 24 by 18 in., nat. size. 
Signed above the left shoulder: 
Presented by Mr. A. Willet, 1887. 

SCHOOTEN (Joris van), was born in 1587 at Leyden and. died 
in that town in 1651. Was a pupil of Evert Crynsz. van der 
Maes. Painted several pictures for his native town representing 
companies of civic-guards. 

2167. The adoration of the Magi, represented in a landscape with 
ancient buildings. 
C. 60^ in. by 2 yds 2 in., 
h. h. 5 in. 

Signed at the bottom to 
the left: 
From the sale of Mr. van der Kolff van Hoogeven, Delft 1882. 

SCHOTEL (Johannes Christiaan), was born 11 November 1787, 
at Dordrecht; died in the same town, 21 December 1838. Pupil 
v of Martinus Schouman. L. 

J^.^2168. A rolling sea. View taken from a harbour in stormy weather. 

C. 6i% in. by 2 yds 4 in. Signed to the right on a mooring post : J. C. SchoteL 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2169. A calm sea. View taken at Hellevoetsluis (?). Several men-of-war 
and other, vessels in the offing. 

C. 61^4 in. by 2 yds 4 in., h. f. 4 in. 

Signed to the left on the stern of a boat : Dordrecht, y. C. Schotel /. 

Same source as No. 2 1 68. 

2170. A troubled sea, unde'r heavy rainstorms. 

C. 64k in. by 2 yds 4*4 in. Signed on the stern of a pilot-boat: J. C. 
Schotel/. From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 




Kme,.fc.)fo(f. 



SC HOTEL. 303 



2171. View of a beach taken from the dyke " Rosenwerf" *ih the 
island of Marken. . . 

O. 14% by 19^4 in. Signed in the foreground:, y. C. School. 
Sale Blokland, 1839. 

SCHOTEL (Petrus Joannes), born at Dordrecht, 19 Aug. 1808; 
died at Dresden, 23 July 1865. Pupil of his father, Johannes 
Christiaan Schotel. E » L. 

2172. Troubled waters. Squally weather. View taken in the 
"Zeeuwsche stroomen", near the island of Schouwen. 

C. 28^1 by 36 in. Signed to the right in the water: P. y. Schotel. 
Purchased at an exhibition held at the" Hague in 1827. 

2173. View of the " Willemsluis" near Amsterdam. 

C. 37 l 4 by 47*4 in-, *• f- 3 1 * in. ' 

Signed at the bottom to the right: P. J. Schotel. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam since- 1885. 

2174. The Squadron commanded by Prince Henry of the 
Netherlands in the roads of Flushing. 

C. 45*4 by 60 in. Signed to the left on the buoy: P. J. Schotel. 

Lent by the heirs of Her R. H. the Grand Duchess of Saxe-Weimar, born 

Princess Sophia of the Netherlands, 1896. 

2175. View of the Squadron commanded by Prince Henry of 
the Netherlands, in the open sea, during a storm. 

C. 46 by 59% in. Signed at the bottom^ to the right:. P. J. Schotei. 
Same source as No. 2174. . 

SCHOUMAN (Aart), was born at Dordrecht, 4 March 1710; died 
at the Hague, ,5 July 1792. Pupil in his native town of 
Adriaan van der Burgh. Lived at the Hague from 1738 until 
his death, E - M. 

2176. A covey of pheasants // * t ^~- ~ a*» 
in a field. J7 fcfo'OtJtft&rt'' 

C 39 by 5.9% in., nat. size. Signed: -^* m 

From the Home Office, 1879. In the Dutch Museum. Room 155. 

SCHOUMAN (Martinus), born at Dordrecht, . 29 January 1770; 
died at Breda,* 30 October 1848. Pupil of Michiel Versteeg. 

2177. The destruction of the Gunboat No. 2 before the town 
of Antwerp. 

C. 21 by 29% in. Signed at the bottom to the left: M. Schouman 1832. 
Acquired from Jo. de Vries in 1834. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2178. The Dutch flotilla on its way to Boulogne in 1804. 

C. 37^ by 62^ in. > Signed at the bottom to the right \ M. Seh<?un\an 1806. 
From the model room of the Admiralty, at . the Hague. 

2179. Bombardment of Algiers, 27 August 1816. 

C* 37 \ by 62*^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: M. Schouman f 1823. 
Same source as No. 2178. * • - • 

2180. The expedition to Palembang, June 1821. 

C. 27^4 by 36^ in. Signed to the left, in the water: M. Schouman. 
From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

SCHRIECK (Otto Marseus van), see p. 210. 



3 04 SCHUER. 



SCHUER (Theodoor van der), was born in 1628 at the tjague 
and died there in December 1707. Pupil of Seb. Bourdon, at 
Paris. Visited Rome. 

2181. Ceiling-decoration in the form of a dome, consisting of 
two paintings representing Morning and Evening. Several other 
smaller scenes, mostly in grisaille. 

The paintings: C. 67 in. by 5 yds 13 in., nat. size. The additional scenes 
are painted on O. Placed in room 155 of the Dutch Museum. 
Originally in the bedroom of the Princess of Orange, wife of Prince 
William III, in the Palace of the Stadtholders at the Hague. 

SCHUPPEN (Jacques van), born at Paris, 25 January 1670; died 
at Vienna, 28 January 1751. Studied under several masters, 
a. o. Nic. de Largilliere at Paris. Painter to the court of Vienna 
and Director of the Academy of Arts in that city. 

2182. Prince Eugen of Savoy (1663 — 17.36}. Seen to the knees, 
full face. In his left hand he holds the commander's staff and 
points with his right to a battle which is seen going on in the 
background. 

C 57% by 47 i n «i nat. size. Formerly the back of the picture bore the 
following inscription : Ad Vivum Pinxit yacobus if an Schuppen Chistianissimi 
Regis nee non Excelsissimi ae Regit Ducts Lotharingiae Pictor Viennae 1J18. 
Engraved by H. Picart, P. Tanje and A. van der Laan. 
Sale of Mrs. B. Picart, 1737. Acquired in 1806 for the National Museum 
of the Hague. 

SCHUT (Cornells), baptized 13 May 1597 at Antwerp, where he 
died 30 April 1655. Pupil of Rubens. JS. 

2183. The glorification of the Virgin. Mary, seated on the clouds, 
is surrounded by Holy women. 

C. 2 yds i\\ in. by 2 yds 8% in., nat. size. An altar piece from the 
R. C. Church at Gouda. Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, Amsterdam 1898. 

SCHUYLENBURGH (Hendrick van), may probably be indentified 
with the artist who in 1642 was a member of the St. Luke's 
Guild at Middelburg and died in that town, in 1689. 

2184. Central Office of the Dutch East India Company at 
Hiigli, in Bengal. Subject explained by the inscription : Afbeeldinge 
van de Vereenighde Nederlanize Oostyndische Comp s Logie, ofte 
Hooft Compioir in Bengale, ter Slede Ougely. Anno 1663. 

C. 2 yds 8 in. by 

Signed at the bot- 1 AwLuth WCQfl - "& ClUl - 

torn to the right : %^y J f^Jf 

In the East Court. ^-^ 

2185. A plantation in Bengal. Companion to the preceding. 

C. 52% in. by 2 yds 8^4 in., h. f. 2^ in. Same source as No. 2184. 

SCHWARTZE ( Johann Georg), was born in 1 8 1 5 at Amsterdam, where 
he died 28 August 1 874. When three years old he went to Philadelphia, 
studied at Dusseldorf and settled in the town of his birth. 



SCHWARTZE. 305 



2186. Johan Franz Rive. Doctor of medicine, seen to the knees, 
seated in a red armchair near a table. 

C. 60% by 50^(1 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right : Schwartze i8j8. 
Lent by Mrs. F. W. Rive, n6e Fuchs, Bonn 1890. 

SCHWARTZE (ThSrfese), born at Amsterdam, 20 December 1852. 
Pupil of her father Johann Georg Schwartze and of Franz von 
Lenbach, at Munich. Resides at Amsterdam. E '- Z. 

2187. Three inmates of the orphanage at Amsterdam. One of 

the girls is reading aloud. 

C. 32 by 37^4 in., h. h. 5 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : Th. Schwartze /SSj. 
Bought at an exhibition, held at Rotterdam in 1885. 

2188. Puck. Study of a young woman with a dog. 

C. 56^4 by 40^ in., nat. size. 

Signed at the top to the left: Th. Schwartze Paris- Amsterdam* 

Bequeathed by Mr. A. G. van Anrooy, Kampen, May 1897. 

2188a. Piet J. Joubert, Commander-General of the South African 
Republic. Seated in an armchair, seen to below the knees. 

C 49*4 by 35 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 7hjrese Schwartze Amsterdam , and 

dated to the left: 15 en 16 December iSgo. Dingaansdag. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, 1904. 

SCOREL (Jan van), was born at Schoorl, near Alkmaar, 1 August 
1495. Was a pupil of Jacob Cornelisz. at Amsterdam and of 
Jean de Maubeuge at Utrecht. From 1524 he worked in the 
latter town and died there 6 December 1562. Travelled in 
Germany and visited Diirer at Nuremberg ; went also to Palestina 
and resided some time in Italy. He was also an architect and 
civil engineer. 

2189. Mary Magdalen represented to the knees, seated in a moun- 
tainous landscape. 

O. 26^ by 30 in., h. h. 4% in. Formerly in the town-hall of Harlem and 
made over with other pictures to the Batavian Republic in 18C4. 
A replica is in the residence of the Head-Master of Eton College, at Eton. 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2190. Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. The King, seated on 
his throne, with his courtiers and warriors around him, receives 
the homage of the Queen who, accompanied by a large train 
of women, is kneeling before him. Several buildings with 
colonades and towers in the background. 

O. 38% in. by 2 yds 5^ in., h. f. 23ft in. 
From the Governor's house at Groningen, 1879. 

2191. Bathsheba. In.the foreground, the nude figure of Bathsheba, dipping 
her feet in a pool; behind her a cluster of dark trees standing 
out against a background of mountains, woods and buildings. 

O. 40^ in. by 2 yds 8 in., h. f. 17^ in. Same source as No. 2190. 

2192. Reinout III of Brederode (1493— 1556), half length figure, 
standing, slightly turned towards the left. (Attributed to this artist). 

O' 3 I % by 27^ in., nat. size. Engraved by R. Vinkeles and E. Vermeijen. 
Was at the end of the XVIII century still in the possession of the 
descendants of the Count; became afterwards the property of Mr. C. M. 
V. Rothaan, of Nimeguen. Acquired in 1894. 



306 SCOREL. 



2193. Painting of a vault divided into nine -sections, five of which 
representing the Last Judgment, 

The subjects of the side panels to the left, are : The gathering of the 
manna in the desert and Moses breaking the tables of the La7v at the 
sight of the Israelites worshipping 'the golden calf; to the right : The meeting 
between Abraham and Melchizedek and The crossing of the Red Sea by 
the Israelites, the waters closing behind them. The portrait of the Emperor 
Charles V may be easily recognized in the features of Pharaoh. 
This painting was formerly in the choir of the church at WarmenKiiizen. 
At present in the school of drawing in* the gardens of the Museum. 

2194. The harpsichord player. Portrait of a young man seen half 
length, turned towards the left. (Attributed to this painter). 

Poplar, 34 by 24 in., nat. size. 

Purchased at Paris in 1823, as a picture painted by Bronzino. 

2195. Cornells Aertsz. van der Dussen (1 481 — 155 1). Town-clerk 
of Delft, holding in his hand a paper on which is inscribed : 

?9 -§U gegetoen aen ben €er£ame bifcreten ♦♦ ♦ neti£ aerntfs. 

Jfccretariugjl tDt belft;" Half length figure, standing. An ancient 
copy after the original in the Berlin Museum. 

O. 39^ by 30 in., nat. size. 

Sale of the collection Luzac, Leyden 1872. Bought at Brussels in 1890. 

2196. The baptism of Christ in the Jordan. (In the style of 

Jan van Scorel)., '. 

(). 5 1 \ by 40 in., h. f. 24^ in. Presented by Jhr. Victor de Stuers in 1895. 

2197. The baptism of Christ in the Jordan. (In the style of Jan 
van Scorel). 

O. 25^4 by 36 in., h. f. 1714 in. Original at Delft. Acquired from Jhr. J, P. Six. 
At present in the wainscoting of room No. 155 in the Dutch Museum. 

SEBES (Pieter Willem), born in 1830 at Harlingen, where he 
studied under Jurjen de Jong. Afterwards a pupil at the Academy 
of Antwerp; worked at Leeuwarden and at Brussels. See 
No. 338—343—344. 

SEGHERS (Gerard), was born 17 March 1591 at Antwerp; died 
in that town, 18 March 1651. Among his masters was Hendrick 
van Balen. Travelled in Italy and Spain. E. 

2198. Christ and the penitent sinner. Christ is seated; at his 
feet Mary Magdalen in a contrite attitude.. 

C. 2 yds \o\ in. by 2 yds 28% in. 

Presented by Baron van Spaen van Biljoen, 1809. 

SERIN (Harmen), was born at Ghent probably in 1678; worked at 
the Hague, where he paid his fee of mastership in 171 8. Was 
still living in 1748. 

2199. Louis Trip deMarez (1710— 1773). Whole length figure, seated. 

C. 69^4 by 54^4 in., nat. size. Signed on a socle to the left: >ET XXXII 
; signature) MDCCXLIH. To the left the inscription: ILLUSTRIS ET 
GENEROSISS. 1> LUD. TRIP. DE MAREZ. TOP. IN. NIECOOP. 
PORTENGE. HAER. GERWERSCOP. UITTENH. GERWERSCOP 



SERIN. 307 



ST A AT GIELTIENSDORP ET VIJFHOEVEN. DOMINUS FEUDl 
POELGEESDI^i. INFERIORIS J. U. D. CUR. HOLL. ADV. &. 



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On the table cloth his coat of arms. Presented by Mr. G. N. de Marez 
Oyens to the Royal archeological Society, who lent it to the Museum. 

SILLEMANS (Experiens), born at Amsterdam about 1611; died 
before or in 1653. B. 

2200. A Dutch harbour with ships. Pen and ink drawing. 

O* 3 ol 4 by 42 in. r\ $ V 

Signed at the bottom E X^* & iUtfltaTT JF*ci+ 1 <T+ $ 

to the left: 

From the Dutch Museum, 1887. 

SIMONS (Michiel), probably born at Utrecht, where he died 20 May 
1673. His known works are dated between 1651 and 1657. 

2201. Study of still life, composed of fruit, game, blue china and a goblet. 

C. 35 by 44^ in. Bequest A. A. des Tombe, the Hague 1903. 

SLABBAERT (Karel), born at Zierikzee in 161 9 and buried at 
Middelburg, 6 November 1654. E, 

2202. Breakfast. An old woman seated at a table is cutting bread 
for two children. .+ ~ 

O. 27% by 21^ in./ h. f. seated, 10 in. |\ - bLABBA 

Signed to the right on the edge of the table: 

Bought at the sale of Baroness van Lynden van Warmond, Warmond 18 16. 

SLINGELAND (Pieter Cornelisz. van), was born 20 October 1640 at 
Leyden, where he died 7 November 1691. Studied under Gerard Dou. 

2203. Singing practice. A group of persons gathered in a farm 
kitchen singing and making music. 

O. i8^a by 24k in., h. f. 6^ in. .. . \ 

Signed in the centre on a cupboard: ' P.V. S lllTgerUirid FeClt 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2204. Portrait of a man of quality, seated in a. luxurious apartment. 

O. 10 by 8 in., h. h. 1^ in. 1. op |- n 1 r 

Signed at the top to the right- ? VbUn^eicmci • f eQ{f 

Sale J. van der Marck, Amsterdam 1773. Same source as No. 2203. 

2205. Portraits of a young man and a woman. In a frame with 
three miniatures. The portraits are the work of P. van Sling eland ; 
the miniatures, in grisaille, that of Willem van Mieris. The 
frame is of ebony with rich mouldings. p v 

Portraits COP. ov. 4 by 314 in., h. h. i3/ 4 in. ct- , 1 

Signed on the mans portrait: ,^ 7 , 

Miniatures : The triomphal procession of Amphitrite. 

2 *k DV 6*4 in. Signed at the top to the right : ^^ 

Two small friezes in grisaille, \ by 3% in. fW *V*» (UvUe4>tf *> 17°* 

From the collection de Clercq. Acquired through the Rembrandt Society, 1 902. 



3 o8 SXAYERS, 



SNAYERS (Peter), born at Antwerp, 24 November 1592; died at 
Brussels about 1667. Pupil of Seb. Vrancx. Was painter to 
the Cardinal-Infante. E. 

2206. A battle scene, on a large plain. 

C 57% in. by 2 yds 7% in., h. f. on horseback, 3^4 in. 

Purchased at Frankfort-on-Mein (1891) as being the "Battle of Nieuwpoort". 

2207. The siege of Juliers (?) by the Spanish troops, under command of 
Count Henry van den Bergh, 5 September 162 1 — 3 February 1622. 

C. 56^ in. by 3 yds 21 in., h. f. on horseback 9 in. 

Sale van Houtum, Amsterdam 18... Bought at the Hague in 1874. 

SNIJDERS (Frans), baptized 11 November 1579, at Antwerp; died 
in that town, 19 August 1657. Pupil of Pieter Brueghel the 
Younger and of Hendrick van Balen. Visited Italy in 1608 and 
in 1609. 

2208. A study of still life. Game, fruit and vegetables. 

O. 22% by 34^4 in., real size. Signed to the right on the table cloth : 

F- ^ntfhcrs fecit 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2209. Dead game. A roe-deer lying on a table, its body cut open 
and suspended by one foot. On the table are also a boar's 
head, a boiled lobster, a basket with fruit and various vegetables. 

C. 47^ by 69^ in., real size. Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1 80S. 

SNYERS (Pieter), was born 30 March 1681, at Antwerp, and died 
there 14 May 1752. Was a pupil 
of Alex, van Bredael. E. 

2210. The saleswoman, seated at 
her stall, a woman and little boy 
standing by. 

C. 23V4 by 17*4 in., h. f. seated, 13^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right : 
Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de 
Poll, 1880. 

SOEREN (Gerrit Jacobus van), born 20 June 1859 at Amsterdam, 
died there 9 March 1888. 

2211. Home sickness. Monkeys in a cage. 

C. 44 by 32^4 in., h. animal, 18 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: G. J. van Soeren 1884. 

Presented by Mrs. G. J. van Soeren, born Huetink, 1889. 

SON (Jan Frans van), born at Antwerp, 16 August 1658; died in 
London towards 17 18. Studied probably under Jan Pauwel 
Gillemans. Fixed his residence in England. 

2212. A garland of fruit, round a marble bust. 

C. 54^4 by \*]\ in., real size. Sale Borger Joosten, Amsterdam 1882. 




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SORGH (Hendrick Maertensz.), born at Rotterdam towards 161 1 and 
buried in that town 28 June 1670. Pupil of Willem Buytenwech. 

2213. The lute-player, seated in an open loggia,- his wife beside him 
listening to the music. He plays on the arch-lute. 

O. 20ft by 15^ in., h. f. seated, 10^ in. kA C / t /C/ i 

Signed to the left, on the doorpost: fn . O OYV" • ' * J 

Sale of Baron P. de Smeth van Alphen, Am- i^^S 

sterdam 181 7. Cabinet J. Romboitts 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2214. The vegetable market. In the foreground a saleswoman 
seated amidst a display of fruits and vegetables. A few figures 
scattered about the market place. 

O. 20 1 4 by 28 in., h. f., seated, 9^ in. ka r if" 

Signed to the left, on a white patch of the wall: M 5*5?" 

Under the signature was probably the date: 1662. 
Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 18 13. Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

2215. Storm on the Maas. In the middle of the river a boat is 
seen struggling against the current. , .~~-\ 

O. 18^ by 25^ in. Signed on a floating piece of board : ^ ''ySi \^ ^> 

Sale G.' van der Paltz, Rotterdam 1824. Cabinet J. •">* *° J .*~~* 
Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. -*^ 

2216. The fish market, in a town near a canal with boats. 

O. i8\ by 25^ in., h. f. 7 in. Signed to the left on a cauf : ^^ 

Acquired from A. Brondgeest, 1839. Van der Hoop ^f §ory/l 
collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. £s 

2217. The fish- wife, seated at her stall; by her side is a young 
woman with a pail on her arm, counting out money. 

O. 12 by io^ in., h. h. 2 in. Signed on the stall: ^ A 

Same source as No. 2216. 

2218. Huibert Duifhuis (1531 — 1581.) Vicar of St. James church 
at Utrecht. Half length figure. Copy after an unknown original. 

O. 8 by 4^ in., h. h. 2 in. ^n^f^ p C\ ST) , ." 

Signed at the bottom to ^Jfi . £ Q7y CiO ^/^Tot^ttjp 

Underneath the following stanza: 

In 't werken straalt de minzaamheid 
Gekant in 't woord en 't wijs beleid 
En 't doen des Mans die kracht betoonde 
De Hemel DUIF die 't HUIS bewoonde. 

(His benevolence shines from all his works, 

It shows itself in the words and the wise actions 

Of the man full of energy, 

The celestial DOVE inhabiting the HOUSE.) 

Pun on the name Duifhuis, which in Dutch means Dovecot. Engraved by 
J. Lamsveld. With the inscription: M. Hubert Duifhuis. 
From the auction rooms Fr. Muller & Co. in 1896. 

SPILBERG (Johan), was born 30 April 161 9, at Dusseldorf, where 
he was painter to the Elector Palatine and where he died, 10 August 
1690. He resided at Amsterdam from 1636 to 1659; was a 
pupil of G overt Flinck. 



3io SPILBERG. 



2219. Banquet of civic-guards. A composition of 22 figures, painted 
by order of the magistrate of Amsterdam in honour of the 
appointment of Burgomaster Joan van de Poll to the colonelcy 
of the civic-guard in 1650. The Burgomaster himself, as their captain, 
is represented in the picture. The figures, painted full length, 
are grouped round a table on which an abondant feast is 
spread. ^ ^~ 

yds 3 i6 in.? ut sL. ^OnCM '. /P UP£Ttl • ' 6 J^ O . 
Signed in the fore- * / Vf,v * */ f . J 

ground to the right: ^-^ ' • ^-"^ 

The persons are placed in the following positions: 

19 18 15 12 21 22 

13 11 10 9 8 5 4 3 



/: z: 20 

17 IO I4 7 6 2 1 

I. Jan van de Poll, capt. ; 2. Gijsbert van de Poll, lieut. ; 3. Jaspar 
Vlak, standard-bearer; 4. Joannes Pollio; 5. Eilard Bernhards; 6. Abraham 
Pietersz. Krook; 7. Reinier Blocq; 8. Claes Barentsz. van Berken; 9. Pieter 
Jacobsz. Stew; 10. Joost Jonasz. Gekeer; 11. Jan Hillebrantsz. Kapel; 
12. Philips WiUemsz. Muyen; 13 Pieter van Gerven; 14. Jacob Calaber; 
15. Cornelis Vliet; 16. Wouter Lambertsz. Heems; 17. Jan Meures; 
18. Ant. Heindricksz. Molenaer; 19. Floris Spilbergen (?) ; 20. Harman van 
de Poll; 21 and 22, musicians. Engraved in part by J. Houbraken. 
Was formerly in the large Hall of the "Doelen" of the Bowmen. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2220. Jan van de Poll (1597— 1678). Copy after his portrait in the 
banquet of the Civic-Guard. See No. 2219. 

C. 20*by 15^4 in., h. h. 2\ in. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

2221. Harman van de Poll (1641 — 1673). Copy after his portrait 
in the banquet of the Civic-Guard. See No. 2219. 

C. 20 by 15^ in., h. h. 3^ in. Same source as No. 2220. 

SPINNY (Guillaume de), born at Brussels in 1721; buried in the 
cemetery of Eikenduinen,- near, the Hague, 13 October 1785. 
Has worked at the Hague from- 1756. Visited France. 

2222. Hendrik Lijnslager (1693— 1768). Vice-admiral. Half length 
figure, facing the left, his hands resting on the staff of command. 
A fleet in the background. See No. 270. 

C. 44^ by 34*4 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the. right: /flf'flJlL 

Sale held at Amsterdam, 20 October 1880. t J IJWW J 

Acquired in 188 1. 

Lent by the Royal Archeological Society since 1889. 

2223. Portrait of a lady of the family of the donor. ^ 

C. 19% by 15^ in., h. h. 4 in. Signed to the left: J • '' 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. J U L '™ ^Y 

2223a. Baron Henri Collot d'Escury (1682— 1733), / V 

Major in the army of the States-General; wearing Mzl,lSt 
a cuirass, the face slightly turned towards the right. ' * 4 7^i 
On the background his coat of arms. Copy by / 

Spinny from an ancient original. 
C. 2%\ by 2484 in., nat. size. Lent by liaron Th. Collot d'Escury, 1904. 




SPINXY. 311 



rF-- 17$* 




2223b. Baron Simeon Petrns > Collot 

d'Escury (1719— 1800), Burgomaster w *« 

of Gormchem, half length figure, turned 

to the left. 

C. 3°% hy 24^4 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right, on a socle : 

Same .Source as No. 2223a. 

2223c. Charlotta - Elisabeth van der 

Burch (1722— 1755), w ^ e °* tne #/ 
preceding. Half length figure, facing l^ — - 
the right. (Painted in the style of Spinny). 
C 30^4 by 24^ in., nat. size. Same source as No. 2223a. 

2223d. Anne-Madeleine Delia Faille (171 7 
— 1776), second wife of Baron Simeon 
Petrus Collot d'Escury (see No. 2223b). Jn f/J7^7t/ 
In her hand a miniature representing the ~ 
portrait of a child. 

C. 30^4 by 24^ iii. /-•->€ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: — L- » 1/**% fl 

Same source as No. 2223a. / 9 ' / ^ ^w * 

SPOEL (Jacob), born at Rotterdam, 19 Octo- ^ 

ber 1820; died in the same town, 30 October 1868. L. 

2224. Duke Bernard of Saxe-Weimar (1792 — 1862), General in 
the service of the Netherlands. 

C. 52^ by 39^ in., nat. N size. Signed: J. Spoel. 

Bequeathed by His S. H., Prince Herman of Saxe-Weimar, 1901. 

SPREEUWEN (Jacob van), an artist who worked at Leyden in 
the middle of the XVII century. Married 8 May 1650 the 
widow of P. Quast. Imitated the style of Gerard Dou. 

2225. A philosopher in his study. 

O. 14 by 12^4 in., h. f. seated, 6*4 in. « 

Signed to the left: J * v * SJTfMwtn 16 AS 

Sale Gysbert de Clercq. 

Purchased with the pecuniary assistance of the Rembrandt Society, 1897. 

SPRINGER (Cornells), born at Amsterdam, 25 May 181 7; died at 
Hilversum, 18 February 1891. Pupil of Casp. Karssen. L - E. 

2226. View of the town-hall and the vegetable market at Veere. 

C» . 35^ by 31^ in., h. f. z\ in. Signed to the left in the foreground: 
C. Springer fee. 1861. Acquired in 186 1. 

SPRINGER (C.) and KARSSEN (K.). 

2226a. A view on the Hague, 'taken from the canal called the 
"Delftsche Vaart". Painted for the fete given at Amsterdam on 
the occasion of the inauguration of the Statue of Rembrandt, 
2j May 1852. 

C. 2 yds 7 in. by 3 yds 2$\ in., h. f. 8 in. Signed at the bottom to 
the left: C. Springer 1832. To the right: K. Karsen. 
Engraved on wood by W. H. Stam. # Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, 1904. 

STALBEMPT (Adriaen van), was born 12 June 1580, at Antwerp, 
where he died 21 September 1662. Resided at Middelburg from 
1585 to 1610. E. 



3 i2 STALBEMPT. 



2227. A mountainous landscape. In the foreground, among groups 
of imposing trees, a broken stump. 

(). ii^ by i8fe in. Signed at the bottom to the left: ^*STAL6tMPT 
' Sale van Panhuys, Amsterdam 1882. 

STALPART (Pieter), born at Brussels in 1571 or 1572. Settled 
before 1599 at Amsterdam, where he died towards 1635. 

2228. A hilly landscape. An undulating country with here and there 
small clusters of trees and farmhouses; to the left in the fore- 
ground a horseman. 1 ■s^"* 

O. 26^ by 4S^ »., k f- on / JV\ (i ^\f "ft r1 V-lr 

horseback, 5^ in. Signed at I V 1| /V| i# T 

the bottom to the left: '* ■ 

Sale A. Philips Neven, Maastricht 1 862. Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, 1892. 

STAVEREN (Johan Adriaensz. van), was also Burgomaster of 
.Leyden; worked in that town and died there a little after 1668. 
Imitated the style of Gerard Dou. 

2229. An old man at prayers. A hermit in a cave near which is 
lying the dead trunk of a tree. * 

O. 13 by \o\ in., h. f. 5^ in. /f 

Signed at the bottom to the left: CyfaT A\f FT? F hf 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. ^^ ' /lV£^r\£.JV 

2230. A hermit, seated with a book on his knees in a delapidated 
hovel; behind him the dead trunk of a tree. ~ 

O. 14^ by 12 in., h. f. $\ in. 'tfr 

Signed at the bottom to the right: JDT^^^ Z 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Am- n £ /V 

sterdam, since 1885. 

2231. The schoolmaster. He is seen writing at his desk in front of 
a class composed of boys and girls. This painting is probably a copy. 

(.). 19% by 16^ in., h. f. of a girl, 7 in. Sale G. Schimmelpenninck Gz., 1829. 
Cabinet J. Rombouts 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

STEEN (Jan), was born about 1626 at Leyden and buried in that 
town, 3 February 1679. Was a pupil of Nic. Knupfer and of 
his father-in-law Jan van Goyen. Worked in his native town, at 
the Hague and at Harlem. 

2232. Portrait of the painter himself. Half length figure, turned 

towards the right. 

C. 28^ by 24^ in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right on a wall : 

Engraved by J. van der Kelleu. 

Sale J. van der Marck, Amsterdam 1773. 

Acquired from C. H. Hodges, Amsterdam 1821. 

2233. The baker Oostwaard leaving his house ; at an open window 
are seen the baker's wife, Catharina Keizerswaard and one of 
the sons of the painter. 

(). 15 by 12^ in., h. h. 2^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : 

Engraved by R. Bookshaw«and J. Bemme. 

Lithographed by A. C. Cramer Nz. ^y X ± J£ Cj^ 

Sales Wierman, Amsterdam 1 763 and G. van f ^/J L fctt /X " 

der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 



<j£tt£n 




STEEN. 



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2234. After a drinking bout. In a tavern a woman is lying with her 
head on the knees of an pld drunken man. On a partition, 
behind which are seen musicians and a woman running off with the 
old man's cloak, hangs a picture with the following couplet: 



(What use are candles and spectacles 
if the Owl refuses to see.) 





op de gesonheyt 
van hetnasanss 
basie in de eene 
hant het rapier 
in de andre 
hant het glae- 
sie. J. Steen. 




„Wat baeter Kaers of Bril, als den 
Uil niet zien en wil." 

O. 20^ by 25^ in., h. f. 11% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 1883. Van der Hoop 

collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2235. The Prince's birthday, or "Prinsjesdag". 

Gathered together in the large room of a village inn, are a 
number of people celebrating the 
birthday of Prince William III 
(14 November 1672). 

O. 18 by 24^ in., h. f. 8 in. 

On a sheet of paper the festive 

occassion is described in the words: 

(With the rapier in one hand and 

the glass in the other, we drink the 

health of the house of Nassau,) — 'V^^i-V--^ 

and the inscription: Salus patriae V^* \ U A**V 

suprema lex esto. Engraved by J. A. "" ^ 

Boland. Purchased in 1826. Cabinet 

J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dapper Wz., 1870. 

2236. A homely scene. The members of a large family seated at 
dinner in a room very simply furnished. 

O. 19 by 15^ in., h. f. \o\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Engraved by C. L. van Kesteren. _ 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2237. The feast of St. Nicholas. A family scene. Several children 
are joyfully showing the playthings 
and presents they have received, whilst 
one lad is crying at the sight of the 
rods the Saint has left for him. 

C. 32J4 by 27^ in., h. f. 1 1 in. Signed at 

the bottom to the right, on the floor: 

Engraved by J. de Mare, J. A. Boland. 

E. A. Reveil, and T. Cole. 

Sale Seger Tierens, the Hague 1743. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2238. The happy family. In a homely 'interior the members of a 
family are seen gathered round a table 
laughing and frolicking. 
On a paper against the wall is written: 
Soo doude songen, soo pypen de jonge. f (7) f~ O 
(As the old birds sing, twitter the young.) L/^ * f / 
C ; 43$ by 55% in., h. f. i 9 » 4 in. 

Signed to the right on the bench: — - — ^ 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the f 

town of Amsterdam, since 1885. ( 





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3 i 4 STEEN. 



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2239. The inerry home-coming. Country people returning home in 
a boat; on . the wharf a drunken peasant is ^ 

wishing them goodbye. . ^Cf- ■ 

C. 27 by 39 in., h. f. 10^ in. Signed: CL J- f A*£ # 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sale Gerrit Braamcamp, 1 77 1. (JJ *' p . ' " 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. / 

2240. A village wedding'. In the midst of a large gathering of friends 
the bride and bridegroom are seated J 
at table under a crown of flowers /f 
suspended from the ceiling ; a young S^yP 
man and woman are preparing to \i/) A u , „ 
dance. T^- "' - /f**~ 

O. i$\ by 19^ in., h. f. 7 in. f / lL 

Signed at the bottom to the left; X 

Engraved by D. J. Sluyter and W. Unger. Sale J. Hoogenbergh, Amsterdam 
1743. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2241. The quack, standing under a big tree, showing the villagers a 
tooth which he has just extracted from a man * 

who is seen seated, bound to a chair. & <. 4? 

(). 14^ by 2Q\ in., h. f. 7 in/ Jjf fff.Jf/J • 

Signed- to the left on a bench: O^ 

Engraved by J. A. Boland and W. H. Stam. Sale Mrs. Lormier, the 

Hague l£03« From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2242. The scullery maid. A young girl is scouring a tin pot on an 
overturned cask. ■ /* 

O. 9^ by 8 in, h. h. i\ in. /.C/zV/i 

- Signed at the bottom to the right: U Uitl ' /> 

Acquired at the sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

2243. A couple drinking. A woman is drinking from a glass ; behind 
her a man standing with a jug in his hand. 

O. 9^4 by %\ in., h. h. 2. in. Van der Hoop collection, 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2244. The dancing lesson. A group of children gathered round a 
table are amusing themselves in making a 
cat danceu In the background an old man 
is, lookihg_ori at them through a window. 

,.Q. 27 by 23^ in., h. f. 15 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Sales, Amsterdam 1 782 and H. Muilman, Amster- 
dam 1 81 3. Bequest ][hr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

2245. The parrot's cage. A young woman, with her back turned 
to the spectator, is giving something to a parrot in a cage which 
is hung up higti in the centre of the room; on the hearth an 
old woman is friis)\ frying, oysters and three 
young men, in the background, are playing at 
tric-trac. 

C. on O.. 19^ by 1534 in., h. f. 10 in. 

•Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Sale of Mrs. Lormier. the Hague 1763. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 




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steen: 



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2246. The sick lady. She is 'seated in an armchair, her head resting* 
on a pillow put on the table. The Doctor 
is standing in front of her; feeling her pulse 

C. 30 by 25 in., h. f. 18^ in. 

Signed at the top to the right: 

Engraved by C. Mauchon. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2247. The charlatan, standing near a cask on which several remedies 
are displayed. He is leaning against a large tree to which is 
affixed a patent provided with a large seal. A crowd of lookers-on 
and invalids standing round listening. /* 

O. I o^(| by 9 in., h. f. 6*4 in. Signed to the left on a paper: (jQtlfTi 
Sale A. van der WerfF van Zuidland, Dordrecht 1 8 1 1 . 
Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2248. The libertine. A young man at the entrance of an inn sur- 
rounded by dissolute women. 

O. 11^4 by 10 in., h. f. seated, 7^ in: 
At tne bottom to the right, a repainted signature: 
Engraved and slightly modified by G. Sibelius. 
Purchased in 181 2. Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. 
Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2249. The Devil's safeguard. An affray 
between soldiers and peasants; a prote- 
stant clergyman and a monk are trodden 
under foot. 

O- 34V by 5° m *> h. f. 29^ in. 
Signed on a little board fixed to the tree: 
Sale J. van der Marck, Amsterdam 1773. 
Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, Amsterdam 1898. 

2250. The disciples of Emmaus. They are 
seated in an arbour at a dinner table, being served by a woman ; 
on the left the shadowy figure of Chiist 
is seen disappearing. 

C. 52^1 by 41 in., h. f. of the young man, 26 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left, on a column : 
Sale J. Hulswit, Amsterdam, October 1823. 
Collection Gijsbert de Clercq. 
Bought from the Rembrandt Society in 1900. 

2251. The players at skittles. In an enclosed piece of ground 
by the side of a house, numerous persons, some of whom are 
playing at skittles. (Copy). 

O* 1 3^ by 1 1 in. Signed : J. Steen 1672. Engraved by E. de Ghendt. 
Bequest D. Franken Dzn., 1898. %■ 

STEEN (van der), a Dutch painter who worked at the end of the 
XVIII century at Constantinopel. He entered the army, went 
afterwards to the East Indies, changed his name to that of Stone 
and died in Bengal a Lieutenant of Artillery in the English army. 

2252. View of Constantinopel and the Seraglio, taken from the 
Swedish Embassy at Pera. 

C. 37 in. by 2 yds 15 in. Engraved by C. Brouwer. Presented by 






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if (n. 



3 i6 STEEN. 



Mr Tor to the Directors of the Trade* with the Levant, afterwards trans- 
ferred to the Royal cabinet of curiosities, then to the Ethnographical 
Museum. Since 1903 in the State Museum. 

2253. View on the Bosphorus. To the left a fort from which a 
' gun is being fired. (Attributed to this painter). 

C. 29% by 41^ in. 

From the Directors of the Trade with the Levant, 1826. See the preceding No. 

2254. View on the Bosphorus (?). In the distance an aquaduct. 
(Attributed to this artist). 

C. 29^ by 41^ in., h. f. 2\ in. •Same source as No. 2253. 

STEEN WYCK (Harmen van), born at Delft in 161 2; was still 
living in 1656. Studied at Leyden under David Bailly, with 
whom he resided for five years. 

2255. A study of still life. 

A colander with fish, various / / c / 

fruits and a small iron pot. /"/ ^/cVrWW CK • 

O. 9 by ioife in. Signed at ^ » * > " - '* ~J 

the bottom to the left : . /jV j^L s^Z?^ 

Presented by Mr. A. Bredius, J _j** _ 

1890. 

2256. Still life. A colander with 
fish, various fruits and a ff t / 



O. 9 by 10^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : 

Same source as No. 2255. 

STEEN WYCK THE ELDER (Hendrick van), born atSteenwijk, 
died in 1603 (?) at Frankfort-on-Mein, where he settled in 1580. 
Was a pupil of Hans Vrederaan de Vries and from 1577 worked 
at Antwerp. 

2257. Interior of a dark, vaulted building. In the foreground a 
man stretched on the floor. H 

O. 4^ by 614 in* Signed at the top to the left: *>>, 

Purchased at the sale of Mrs. Nahuys — Hodshon, Amsterdam 1883. 

STOCADE (Nicolaas van Helt), born at Nimeguen in 161 5 and 
buried 26 November 1669 at Amsterdam, where he had settled 
about 1650. E. 

2258. A landscape with cattle, at milking time, A » 

<>. II by \2\ in., h. f. 2\ in. /k^A^iui 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ^*/ 

Mr. A. Bredius suggests that this painting is probably the work of a 
certain Van der Helt, who is known to have produced landscapes. 
Acquired at the sale Raedt van Oldenbarneveldt, Amsterdam 1900. 

STOKVISCH (Hendrik), born at Louvain, 6 February 1768; died 
at Amsterdam (?) in 1824. Pupil of J. Chr. Schultsz. 

2259. View near Darthuizen. An undulating landscape with cattle 
guarded by a boy. 

(). 17I4 by 22I/2 in., h. animal, 4 in< Signed at the bottom to the left: 
// Stockvisch 1S14. Acquired at an exhibition at Amsterdam, 1816. 



STOMME. 317 



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it of a young >* ^ 

,nle. length J . j>. J&^« 






STOMME (Jan Jansz. de) or Jan Jansen Stom. In 1643 his 
name was placed on the register of the " Klein-Burgerrecht" at 
Groningen, where he worked until after 1657. 

2259a. Portrait of a young 
man. 

figure, full face. 

(). 28*4 by 20^4 in., nat. 

size. Signed at the top 

to the left : a 

Lent by Jhr. B. W. F. / 

van Riemsdijk, 1904. / 

STOOP (Dirck, Theodorus or Rodriguez), was born about 16 10 
at Utrecht and died there in 1686. Was painter to the Courts 
of Portugal and England; on his return to the Netherlands, in 
1678, he settled in his native town. E. 

2260. A hunting party. Halting at a relay in a mountainous part 
of the country. -> / 

l>. 17 by 24 in., h. f. on horseback,. ^7\ S f o -h /■* 

4^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: JD - <£f oOOl? f. /^^S 
Sale at Dordrecht, 18 18. cr 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2261. Sportsmen waiting. One of the sportsmen is on horseback 
and blowing a horn; their dogs are around them. 

(). 14^ by 20V4 in., h. f. on horseback, 5% in. Wrongly signed: P. U. 
Bought at the sale Gijsbert de Clercq (1897) w i^ tne pecuniary aid of 
the Rembrandt Society. 
2261a. The walk. A couple taking a walk in the country ; in the middle 
distance about the centre, is seen a carriage drawn by two horses. 

0« 7*k by 29 in., h. f. 4 in. Painted on the inside of the lid of a clavichord. 
Acquired in 1892. In the Dutch Museum, section of Musical instruments. 

STORCK (Abraham), was born towards 1635 at Amsterdam and 
died there after 1704. E. 

2262. View of an Italian seaport. A busy scene on the wharf. 
C. 19^ by 2514 in. A • c , . 

Signed to the left, on the wall of the quay : «*■ • O>T0YC.[\ 
Acquired at Geneva in 1882. pVof 

2263. The Dam at Amsterdam. A * O 1 TT^ • 
View on the Nieuwendijk. jTV , O t O X k # , L CClt • 

C 50^ by 66^ in., h. f. 4*4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right : A ° I dCs C" 

Van der Hoop collection. /\- JO/ v • 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2264. A sea piece. A Dutch Squadron entering an Italian port. 

C. 28 by 33% in., h. f. 2% in. 

Signed on a floating board : ^ • S "fcO f C-K • F • 

* Same source as No. 2263. 

2265. A sea view. Companion to the preceding No. ; the same 
Squadron leaving the port. 

C. 28 by 33% in., h. f. 2 in. 

Signed on a floating board: j\ * fisi" f*% tT* k*' TT* 

Same source as No. 2263. . • wu U« C7/\ f 



318 STORCK. 



2266. The roadstead of Enkhuizen, with ships under sail. 

C. 34 by 46*4 in. Signed on a ship's boat: * . y 

Presented by the heirs of Baron H. J. van l\ * C.-J ^)'f C '^ 

der Heim van Duivendijke, 1890. 

2266a. The Moscovite ambassadors visiting Amsterdam, 29 
August 1697. F£te on the "Binnen-Amstel" behind the "Klove- 
niersdoelen"; in the distance the Weighing House called "Sint 
Anthonie's Waag". 

C. on O. 1314 by 16^ in., h. f. 1^ in. A'.StOKCK 

Signed at the bottom of the monument : Fee 1^ 

From a sale of Fred. Muller & Co., 1904. 

2267. View of the island of Onrust, near Batavia. (Painted in 

the style of this artist). 

C. 38^ by 44 in. Dated: 1699. Sale Copes van Hasselt, Harlem 1880. 

STORCK (Johannes), worked in the second half of the 

XVII century (1660— 1 684) at Amsterdam. Was probably £r 

a brother of Abraham Storck. Pf 

2268. The castle of Nyenrode. (Province of Utrecht). £ 

O. 1 8^. by 24^4 in., h. f. on horseback, 1^ in. , / 

Signed to the left on a fence: ^ 

Purchased at the sale P. Ver Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam 1885. 

STORTENBEKER (Pieter), was born 21 April 1828 at the Hague 
and died there 17 April 1898. Pupil of H. van de Sande Bak- 
huysen and of J. B. Tom. Z. 

2269. At break of day. Landscape in South-Holland with cattle along 
the water. 

C. 35 by 52 in., h. animal, 10^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: P. 
Storienbeker. Acquired at an exhibition held at the Hague, 1866. 

STROEBEL (Johannes Antonie Balth^sar), born at the Hague, 
23 November 1821. Pupil of Barth. Joh. and of Hub. van 
Hove B.Jzn. Lives at Leiderdorp. E-L. 

2270. View of a kitchen with figures. 

C. 20^ by 25% in., h. f. woman seated, 7^ in. Signed at the bottom to 
the right: J. Stroebel ft. 54. Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

2271. The Syndics of the Serge Hall, at Leyden. A Dutch 
interior of the XVII century. 

C 33 by 36% in., h. f. standing H\ in. 

Signed on a parchment: Stroebel f. 1866. 

Purchased at the exhibition held at the Hague in 1866. 

STRY (Abraham van), born 31 December 1753 at Dordrecht, 
lived there and died 7 March 1826. Pupil of Joris Ponse. E. 

2272. The drawing lesson. A young man is copying from a plaster 
cast, the master looking over him. 

M. 10 by 8 in h. h. 1^ in. A - Vnn gt - B 

Signed at the bottom to the right: ~/ 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2273. The housewife. She is seated by the cradle of her sleeping child. 

M. 22*4 by 1914 in., h. f. seated, 7^ in. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since iSS<>. 



STRY. 319 

2274* The scullery maid cleaning her kitchen.. 

O. 13% by Io^!| in., h. h. 2% in. Signed to the right pn a bench : A. 
van. Strife. Bought at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1818. 

STRY (Jacob van), was born 2 October 1756, at Dordrecht; died 
in the same town 4 February 181 5. Was a brother of Abraham 
van Stry and pupil of Andreas Corn. Lens. £." 

2275. Milking -time. Dairy-maids engaged in milking the cows in a 
meadow. • : 

O. 28^4 by 38 in., h. animal, 5^ in. Signed to the left on a fence : y. van Strij. 
Acquired at the sale of Hugo Gevers at Dordrecht in 1822. 

2276. Twilight. An undulating tract of country with cows and the 
ruins of a castle. 

O. 28% by 38 in., h. animal, 5% in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: y. van Strij. Same source as No. 2275. 

2277. On the way to market. In a landscape with Dutch scenery, 
the figure of a peasant mounted on a donkey laden with panniers. 
O. 22ife by. 33 in., h. f. on the donkey, 7 in. 

Signed in the. foreground to the left: y. van Strij ft. Same source as No. 2275. 

2278. Landscape. . View of the . banks of a stream along -which 
herdsmen are driving their cattle. 

O. 27^ by 36 in., h. animal, 3^ in. Sale Burnet, 1841. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2279. A field with cattle. 

O. 15% by 20^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: ■ y. van Strij. 
Presented ,by Mr. Gijsbert de Clercq to the town of Amsterdam. 
Lent; to the Museum, since 1 898. . 

SWANENBURCH (Isaac Claesz. van), descended from an aristo- 
cratic family of Leyden, he was several times appointed Burgo- 
master of his native town, where he died in 16 14. 

2280. The parabol of the tares. (Attributed to this painter). 

O- 51^ by 58 in., h. f. 27% in. 

At the bottom to the left is marked: Matth. XIII. Acquired in 1883. 

SWEERTS, Swaft, or Suars (Michiel), Dutch artist of the middle of 
the XVII century. HI lived at Amsterdam and about 1 65 2 in Rome. E. 

2281. A painter's atelier. Some pupils are making- studies from 
fragments of plaster, several of which are lying in a heap in 
the foreground; the master himself is seen at work copying 
from the nude. 

C. 28 by 29*4 in., h. f. 15 in. Purchased in 1 901. 

2282. A village gathering. An open air scene : some of the peasants 
' are playing at cards and so intent on their game that they do 

not notice a boy rifling the pockets of one of them. In the 

background two men are having a fight. 

C. 28 by 29*4 in., h. f. 151/4 in. Bought in 190 1. 

TADEMA (Sir Laurens Alma),^born at Dronrijp (Holland), 8 
January 1836. Pupil gf Lours de Taeye and of Baron Leys. 
Is living in London. E - Z. ^ 

2283. A young woman. (Study df a head): 

M. 12V4 hy 13^4 in., -nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the right: L. 
Alma lade ma 1854. Lent by Mr. J. B. Wester woudt, Harlem 1888. 



320 TADEMA. 



2283a. An Egyptian widow, mourning by the side of the bier on 

*v which her husband has been laid and which has been placed 

1 ./ m a mortuary chapel near a tempel; officiating priests are per- 

s^\ forming the funeral rites singing to the accompaniment of harps. 

- - .^ M. 29^ by 39 in., h. h. \\ in. Signed on a sarcophagus: L. Alma 
Tadenia 1872. Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, London 1 903. 

TEERLINK (Abraham), baptized at Dordrecht, 5 Novemher 1776; 
died at Rome, 26 May 1857. Pupil of Michiel Versteegh and 
of Arie Lamme. 

2284. Italian landscape. In the distance a view of a mountain and 
a torrent rushing down. 

C. 40 by 56^4 in., h. f. on horseback, 5^ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: leerlink F. Romae 1824. 

From the Pavilion "Welgelegen", Harlem 1885. 

2285. The cascade of Tivoli, near Rome. 

C. 40^ by 56^ in., h. f. on horseback, 5% in. Signed on the foreground 
to the left: leerlink F. Romae 1824, Same source as No. 2284. 

TEMMINK (Miss H. C), a Dutch artist of the first half of the 
XIX century. Pupil of L. H. de Fontenay. 

2286. The fruiterer's wife standing behind her counter. 

Poplar, 16^ by 13^ in., h. h. 2% in. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since .1885. 

TEMPEL (Abraham van den), was born in 1622 or 1623 at 
Leeuwarden, where he studied under his father, Lambert Jacobsz,, 
.worked afterwards under the guidance of Joris van Schooten, at 
Leyden, settled in that town until 1660, then lived at Amsterdam 
and died 4 October 1672. 

2287. Abraham de Visscher (1605— 1667). Seen to the knees, 
nearly full face, wearing a black hat, the right hand resting on 
a table covered with a red cloth, 

M. 50 by 39% in., nat. size. See No. 2129. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. D. Balguerie — van Rijswijk, 1823. 

2288. Machteld Bas (—1681). Wife of the former, seen to the 
knees, slightly turned towards the left, folding a fan in her right 
hand. A park in the background. (Unfinished). 

C. 50 by 39^ in., nat. size. On the back of the picture is the inscription : 



(This Machteld Bas has been painted 
after the night she had found her 
husband Abraham de Visscher dead 
by her side). 



Deeze Machtelt Bas is afgeschildert 
naa Zij haar man Abraham de 
Visscher snagts dood naast haar 
zijde vondt. 

Same source as No. 2287. 

2289. A family group, represented on the stone steps before a 
country mansion. The father, mother and five children, the 
four eldest making music. The youngest is on the mother's lap. 

C. 2 yds 6^4 in. 

by 2 yds 7^ in., 

nat. size. 

Signed at the 

bottom to the y 

left : — / 

Presented by Mr. J. H. Willink van Bennebroek, 1902. 






TEMPEL; 5** 




2290. A woman's portrait. Half length figure, seen three quarters 
and turned towards the left. She wears a large fluted collar. 
Copy after a portrait by Barth. van der Heist which is in the 
Museum Boy mans, Rotter- . /?"\ * / /J 

dam. M i) / ^7p/f/nA))tL T~ 

C. 30 by 26 in., nat. size. C^yTl \r • ^/v*'^/* 1/ 

Signed at the top. to the right: y 

On the back is the inscription : Aetatis jo, 1646. Sale £aportas, Amster- 
dam 1833. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2290a. Pieter de la Court (1608— 1685), celebrated writer on political 
economy. A friend of the grand pensionary Johan de Witt. 
Seated in an armchair, seen to the knees. Behind him is the 
bust of Homer; a garden in ^-^ f^ ^^^^^ / 

C. 52% by 41^ in., nat. size. J\ yCUl/ ^/C/TlpCl $ 

Signed to the right, on the q ^ ^J 

window sill: /fr'ifcfi^r 

\\ Bought & the , sale de la Court' W/L/ £/(/ X ♦ 

(Fred. Muller & Co.), through the Rembrandt Society, 1904. 

2290b. Catharina van der Voort, wife of the preceding. Seated 
seen to the knees. Behind her a big vase; 
a garden in the background. ^^ 

C. 52% by 41^ in., nat. size. f J Cfjlj 

Signed to the left, on the window sill: Jr 

Same source as No. 2290a. ~ - 

TfiNGNAGEL (Jan) or Tynagel, was born J 00 7 

towards 1584 at Amsterdam (?) and died there in 1635. 

2291. Banquet of civic-guards of the company of Captain Geurt 
Dircksz. van Beuningen and of Lieutenant Pieter Martsz. 
Hoefyzer, 1613. Seventeen figures represented to the knees. In 
the foreground the standard-bearer is welcomed by the guests 
and -invited to sit down at the feast. They are placed in the 
following order: 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

3 276 17 5 16 

1 4 

1. Geurt Dircksz. van Beuningen, captain; 2. Pieter Martsz. 

Hoefyzer, lieutenant; 3. Klaas Bisschop, standard-bearer; 4. Adriaen 

van Nieuwlandt; 5. Aert Keyser; 6. Heindryck Sybrantsz. Voet; 

7. Laurens Jansz. van Lier; 8: Hans van der Voort; 9. 1 Jan 

Cornelisz. Meulen; 10. Gerrit Martsz. Conynenburgh; 11. Willem 

Kik; 12. Heindr. Hogendorp; 13. Cornells Gerritsz. ; 14. Laurens 

Laurensz. van Baalen;-^. Cosmo de Moucheron; 16. Pierre de 

Nimay; 17. Jan Tengnagel, sergeant. 

C. 61 in. by 2 yds 32 in., nat. size. /J /) A f* 4 ^ 

Dated on a low seat in the centre * ft J [<\ I j 

of the foreground: **■■ * *^ * ^* * 

From the "Doelen" of the Bowmen. This painting was formerly attributed 
to Francois Badens. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

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322 TENIERS THE YOUNGER. 



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TENIERS THE YOUNGER (David), baptized at Antwerp 15 
December 16 10, was a pupil of his father, David Teniers the 
Elder. About 1650 he took up his residence at Brussels as 
painter to the Grand^Duke Leopold William and died in that 
town, 25 April 1690. E\ 

2292. The guard room. A party of soldiers in a vaulted chamber, 
some of whom are playing at cards. In the foreground a display 
of various articles of a soldier's equipment. 

C. 24 by 37^ in., h. f. 10 in. Signed at the bottom to the right, 

towards the centre: — — -• T"* 1 /"" 

The original dimen- /"*) .^MirpC • f 4 * / A 4 / . 

sions of this painting^ ItNltKO £ •' ^ 7 

were probably only 19 by 23^ in. A replica with the smaller dimensions 

exists. Sale Mrs. Lormier, 1763. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2293. The hour of rest. A group of workmen resting and smoking : 
one is seated on a small bench, the others standing around him. 

O. 14 by 11% in., h. f. seated, 6% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: n "7?iv/roC • fre 

Same source as No. 2292. +*• /t,T ' £KO '" 

2294. The village inn. In the foreground the figure of an old man, 
seated at a table, holding a tankard in his hand. „ 

O. 13^4 by 12^ in., h. f. 1% in. Signed on the leg of the table : T^J 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. ^— * 

2295. The temptation of St. Anthony. The saint is seen kneeling 
in his grotto, surrounded by diabolical creatures. 

O. 1 2\ by 9 in., h. h. 1 \ in. Signed at the bottom to the right : /).Trj«ie|tS . 
Engraved by D. J. Sluyter. Lithographed by A. C. 
Cramer Nz. Sales Gerrit Braamcamp, Amsterdam 1771 and Mrs. Bicker, 
Amsterdam 1809. 

2296. Kermesse in a village. In front of a country inn several groups 
of people are seated at tables; a few couples 

STaSft in., h. , 6* i, P ' TENIERS • Tic 

Signed on a log, in the foreground to the right: 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2297. The farm. A family of villagers at the door of their dwelling. 

C. 25^ by 3714 in., h. f. 

1 1 ^ in. Signed at the bottom ^— ^. # #— 7** 

to the right: t> . Tenors • A*c • 

Same source as No. 2296. ^ 

2298. The players. Two men are seated at a table, a third is 
standing shaking the dice, around them a few more figures 
looking on at the game. ^ 

O. 17^ by 2314 in., h. f. 9 in. JT\ _ TffUfFV ,9 

Signed at the bottom to the left : -^-^ "• ' V/J - / ^~ KJ ' 
Engraved by L. C. van Kesteren. Sale of H. M. William II, 1850. 
Same source as 2296. 

Bust of Hieronymus van Weert, framed in a wreath of 

flowers, painted by Gualterus Gysaer/s. See for this name, No. 1006. 

TERBORCH (Gerard). See Borch, p. 73. 





TERLAAK. 323 



TERLAAK (G.), a Dutch artist of the middle of the XIX century. 

2299. Visiting the poor. A rich lady on an errand of charity. 

C* 3 2 *k by 34% in., h. f. seated, 21 in. Signed at the bottom to the 
right: G. lerlaak 18^3. Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

TERMEULEN (Francois Pieter). See ter Meulea, p. 217. 
TEST AS (Willem de Famars), born at Utrecht, 30 August 1834; 

died near Arnhem, 24 March 1896. Pupil of J. E. J. van den 

Berg. E. 

2300. Interior of a house at Cairo. 

C. 33 by 24% in. Signed in the foreground to the left: W* 7estas. 
Purchased at an exhibition held at the Hague, 1S81. 

TEUNISSEN (Cornells). See Antkonissen, p. 41. 

THIELEN, called RIGOULDTS (Jan Philip vail), baptized at 
Mechlin, 1 April 1618; died at Boisschot in 1667. Pupil of 
Theod. Rombouts and of Daniel Seghers at Antwerp. 

2301. Flowers. A garland of flowers round a bust of Flora. 

C. 37% by 25^ in., real size. Signed at the bottom to the right: 

1. P.Van . ■ridden . F. A no tdfcfc 

Bequeathed by L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 
TIDEMAND (Adolph), born at Mandal (Norway), 14 August 18 14; 
died at Christiania, 25 August 1876. Studied under Th. Hilde- 
brand and W. von Schadow, at Dusseldorf. 

2302. The sick child. A workingman's home seen by candle-light. 

C 36% by 45 in., h. f. seated, 24 in- 
Signed at the bottom to the right: A. Tidemand Df. 1851. 
Bequest of Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

TISCHBEIN (Johann-Friedrich-August), was born at Maastricht 
in 1750, died at Heidelberg in 181 2. Was a pupil of his father, 
Johann- Valentin Tischbein, and of his uncle Johann-Heinrich 
Tischbein, at Cassel. He painted several portraits at different 
foreign Courts and was from 1800 to 1806 Director of the 
Academy of Arts at Leipzig. 

2303. Portrait of the artist himself. Seen to the shoulders, the 
body turned sideways and ^^ <zf** * / + f 
the face towards the spectator. /^^ j* s >c /j fari/i f* ipf* 

C. 18 by 15 in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: • • / /7 %« •) 

Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. pt-iT* ' * ^fr>» J/& ^ 

2304LJan van de Poll (1721— m ^ 

1 801), Burgomaster of Am* "*" / # J / * y# 

sterdam. Bust, seen three J f XCf } /) & A J* 9 

quarters, turned towards the * *"^ ** 

left. n * j y S)J, 

C. 2%\ by 2\\ in., nat. size. f^ * ' f W ' 

Signed near the right shoulder: f ^r 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Pott, 1885. 

2304a. Baron Robert Coilot d'Escury (1753— 1834). Captain of 



324 TISCHBEIN. 




* 



.* . the horseguards. Afterwards, 
under King Louis-Napoleon, he 
became a member of the- 
_- Legislative Assembly. Half length _ 

figure, painted in an oval. f 

C. 36 by 30^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom _ *^p CL f } • 
to the right.. Lent by Baron Th. Collotd'Escury, 1904. ,/ / ^? ^ 

3304b. Madeleine-Christine Lestevenon (1740 
— 1788), wife of the preceding. 



Was the. widow of Mr. van *7 , / / 

//SC/ih 



f78^ 



Byemont, Burgomaster of the / / £ f A7 #7 C / /J 
Hague. Half length figure, < S. * % * ' * ' * ' ' 

painted in an oval, seen full face. 

C. 36 by 30^ in., nak size. 
'-'Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Same* source as No. 2304a." 

TISCHBEIN (Johann Heinrich), born at 

Kloster Haina, 3 October 1722 ; died at Cassel, 22 August 1789. Was 

. the uncle of Johann Friedrich^Aqgust Tischbein, above mentioned. 

2306, ^.noe p| BrtmswicJ^ (1709— 1759). Wife of Prince William IV. 

C. 1 9 by 1 5 in., h.h. 2^ in.Signed at the bottom to the left : fr firf 1 # . 
Acquired in 1818. . . (/• J'**™' 1 * 

TISI (Benvenuto). See Garofalo, p. 127. J?SS- 

TIZIANO VECELLIO, called Titian, born at Pieve di Cadore in 

1477; died at Venice, 29 August 1576. His first master was 

Giovanni Bellini. Worked principally at Venice. 
2306. The penitent Magdalen; Copy after the original in the 

Museum of St. Petersburg. 

C. 45 by 38^4 in., nat. size. Engraved by L. Bemme. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

'2307. Francis I, King of France (1494 — 1547). Seen side-face, 
turned towards the right, wearing a black velvet cap with a white 
feather,- the hand resting on the hilt of his sword. Copy by 
Benjamin Wolff (see p. ) after the original in the Louvre. 
C. .46% by 35^ in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: B. 
Wolff fee. apres le Ti/ien a Paris i8og. Bequeathed by Benj. Wolff, 1825. 

TQL^Dojjninicus \van), born at Bodegraven about 1635, buried at 
4 vjjgydeh 26 December.. 1676/* Pupil of his uncle, Gerard Dou. 

2308. A mouse in a trap. Some children are playing with a mouse 
caught in *ttM>. v .>\ : . tVVTftL 

O. 12^ by 10 in., h. h. 1 % in.* Signed on the window sill : L/ V J W *-• 

§ale of Mrs. Heemskerk, the Hague 17 70. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2309. Portrait of \an officer of the civic-guard of Leyden. In 

< : . jthe background the gate of the " St. Joris Doelen" from which 
% several men at arms are issuing. ' m . 

O* i-S% by 12^ ift., h. h. *\ in. Signed on the gate : ) C 7 ]> 
This portrait' was 'formerly considered to represent *r f 

Burgomaster Hendrick Spieghel. ' *~* 

Bequest Bicker, 1881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 188 1. 

Family Scene.. Copy after Gerard Dou. See No. 799. 



TOM. 325 

TOM (Jan Bedijs), born at Boskoop, 4 March 181 3; died at Leyden 
18 July 1894. Pupil of Andreas Schelfhout. E. 

2310. On the heath. A large flock of sheep tended by the shepherd 
and his wife. 

M. 29% by 42 \ in., h. animal lying down, 4 in. Signed in the foreground to 
the left: y. B. lorn i866 m Acquired at the exhibition held at the Hague in 1866. 

TOORENVLIET (Jacob), was born in 1635 or 1636 at Leyden and 
- died there in- 1719. Pupil of his father, Abr. Toorenvliet. M-E, 

2311. The music lesson. An old man giving instruction on the guitar 
to a lady. 

O. 10% by 8 in., h. h. 1^ in. fZ^>f~ % /** ' J I 

Signed to the left on a column: ^/j\J OO^t^if It 9 J *J • 

From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq. 

Purchased from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

TOUSSAINT (Pierre Joseph), was born 1 July 1822 at Brussels, 
where he died 22 November 1888. 

2312. The young artist. A boy seated in an armchair is studying a drawing. 

O. 10 by 8^ in. Signed, at the. bottom to the right: P. J. 7 us saint. 
Bequest of Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. ; 

TRIGT (Hendrik Albert van), born at Dordrecht, 22 October 1829; 
died at Harlem, 6 June 1899. 

2313. Bible class in the church of Vik in Norway. 

C. 29^ by 40^ in., h. f. 17 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: H. A. van Irigt ft 1866. 

Bought at the exhibition held at the Hague in 1866. 

TROOST (Cornells), was born 8 October 1697 at Amsterdam, where 
he worked and died 7 March 1750. Pupil of Arnold Boonen. E ' - M. 

2314. The artist's own portrait. 

C. 3414 by 27^ 
Signed at the 
Sale Borger 

2315. ThQ portrait of the painter himself. 

COP. ov. 5 by 4 in., h. h. 1^ in; Sales: collection Jer. Tonneman, 1754; 
de Bruyn, Amsterdam 1798 ,and collection J; I. de. Neufville Brants, 1829. 

2316. The inspectors of the Collegium Medicum at Amsterdam, 
1724. The persons represented are: Hendrik van : Bronkhorst, 
Casparus Commelin- and Daniel van Buureri, phycisians ; Jeronimo 
de Bosch and TMartinus Haesbaert, apothecaries; the servant of 
the Guild, Joost ter PeJkwijk. 
Whole length figures, seated at a 
table covered with a thick cloth. 

C. 2 yds 24% in. by 3 yds 16 in., nat. size. 
Signed . at, the bottom to the left : 
- J^ent by the tofcrn oi Amsterdam, 
since 1885. ^ ■ 

2317. The inspectors of the Collegium Medicum at Amsterdam, 
1734. (Study sketch for the preceding No.) 

C. 15% by 19*4 in., h. h. 1*4 in. Purchased at Paris -in 1895. ^ 



1 puvv ix-^/vri ti a.x*i» 

27% in., nat. size. f^ 

te bottom to the left: ft <\ 

Joosten, 1883. c ^^ • 





$26 TROOST. 



231& Tbe anatomical lesson of Professor W. Rogll, 1728. Whole 
length figures representing: Dr. Willem Roell (1700— 1775), 
Theodorus van Brederode, Anthoni Milaan, Bemardus van Vijve 
and the attendant of the Guild, Pieter Clevering. The Professor 
is demonstrating on the leg of a dead body > seen lengthways, 
lying on the table. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 3 yds 14 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right t . •^.•0 

on the table : CorruM J****- ~~^ «*• *"*- " S 8 ' 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2319. The governors of the asylum called "Aalmoezeniers- 
Weeshuis", 1729. They are: C. van Westerhoff, J. Lepeltak, 
Th. Rogge, L. de Bas, Mr. J. van Vliet, C. Commelin Jr., 
W. Swart, Ph. Schrijver, A. J. van den Bogaerde and J. Kapitein, 
book-keeper. Whole length figures, all seated, except J. Lepeltak 
who is standing, in a richly furnished apartment, round a table on 
a raised platform. To the right in 

the foreground stands a boy in /^ ^^ 
rags and tatters. ( Jf (tft. 

C. 4 yds 19 in. by 4 yds 21 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the left on a chair: l/FllS-PlliOr* f-4- ./" • / 

Dated: 17 2q. ^ ~ jff t r 

Formerly in the governors' room of the 

Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2320. The governors of the orphanage called " Aalmoezeniers- 
Weeshuis". Study for the preceding No. 

C 36% by 45 in., h. h. \\ in. Same source as No. 2319. 

2320a. Jean Lepeltak, standing near a chair. Study for No. 2319. 

Paper on O. 23 by 16^ in., h. f. 20% in. 
Presented by Mr. H. Lepeltak Kieft, 1905. 

2321. Three chiefs of the Surgeons' Guild in 1731. Whole length 
figures seated round a table. Their names are: A. Verduyn, 
S. Hartmann and E. Huyzer. 

C. 601(4 in. by 2 yds \\ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Dated: 17 ji. f 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, f^ 
since 1885. 

2322. Isaac Sweers (1707— 1777). 
Chief officer of the town of 
Amsterdam. Seen to below the 
knees, the right hand resting on 
his hip, the face slightly turned 
towards the right. 

C 23^ by 18^ in., h. h. 4^ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Bequeathed by Miss H. A. van Heu- 
kelum, 1894. 





TROOST. 327 



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2323. Portrait of a man of rank, dressed 

in a red velvet cloak. /■* /T 4- 

C 23% by 19 in., h. h. 4% in. Signed at / . JfOOff, 
the bottom to the right, on a pedestal : ^* 

Presented by the heirs of Mr. J. L. de Bruyn 
Kops, 1888. 

2325. Maria Magdalena Stavenisse (1700— 1783), seated at a table. 
A parrot is perched on her right hand. 

C. 22 by 1 7% in., 

h. h. 4^4 in. 

Signed on the 

plinth of a 

column : 

Bequeathed by Jhr. Jacob de Witte van Citters, 1875. 

2326. Alexander the Great at the battle ^^ 

of the Granicus. ^^ J 

C 43^ by 52*1(4 in., h. f. on horseback, 1 1\ in. f% ^^| r^t^r^ 

Signed to the left on a stone: \ji^jC^&+* 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 181 3. 
Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

2327. A man's portrait. Half length figure, 
turned towards the right. (Attributed 
to this artist). 

C. 19^ by 16^ in., h. h. 4^ in. Bequeathed by J. H. Schellwald, Zwolle 1900. 

2328. A woman's portrait. Companion to the preceding No. Half 
length figure, turned towards the left. (Attributed to this painter). 
C. i<)\ by 16^ in., h. h. 4^ in. Same source as No. 2327. 

TROOSTWYK (Wouter Joannes van), was born 28 May 1782 
at Amsterdam, where he died 20 September 18 10. Was a pupil 
of Jurriaen Andriessen. E. 

2329. Landscape in Guelders. In the foreground a little stream ; 
in the middle distance a meadow bordered by a row of leafy trees. 

C. 20^ by 25^ in., h. f. 2% in. 

Acquired at the sale van Troostwyk, Amsterdam 1875. 

2330. Landscape in Guelders. View of a farmhouse. 

C. on O. 17% by 15% in., h. animal lying down, 2% in. 
Same source as No. 2329. 

2331. The "Raampoortje" (Gate) at Amsterdam. A winter scene. 

C. 22^ by 19 in., h. f. i\ in. 

Signed to the right on a wall: W. J. van Troostwyk 1809. Presented by 

Mr. J. J. C. Biesmans to the Royal Archeological Society. 

Lent to the Museum, since 1902. 

TROYON (Constant), born at Sevres, 28 August 18 10; died at 
Paris, 20 March 1865. Pupil of Riocreux. 

2332. The capstan, standing on the shore at the foot of a hill. 

O. 14.14 by 15^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: C. Iroyon. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, born Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

UCHTERVELT "(Jacob). See OCHTERVELT, p. 248. 



3?$ ULFT. 

ULFT (Jacob van der), born in 1627 at Gorinchem, where he still 
lived in 1688. Visited Italy. E. 

2333. View of an Italian town. High antique buildings behind 
which a dome rises aloft. j ^.r 

<<\ 5 by 8 in., h. f. ^ in. Signed at the top to the right: N y lAilt 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. \^J ~J 

2334. View of an Italian harbour, with the ruins of 

a Roman Temple. Companion to the preceding No. ff rffl/- 
O. 5 by 8 in., h. f. \ in. Signed at the top to the right: qJ * \T 
Same source as No. '2333. 

2335. An Italian market place. Portico with ionic columns and 
Roman buildings. A "harbour in the distance. ^ y r 
C. 16ft by 15. in,, h. f. 2\ in. Qj? p/ If/ft fr 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Sale- JI. Mailman, Amsterdam 181 3. Bequest of Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

UPPINK (Hs.), was born towards 1753 at Amsterdam, where he 
died in 1798. 

2336. A flower piece. A magnificent bouquet 
of roses, tulips and other flowers in 





a brown jar, standing out against a J/^IL,% 9 

landscape background. 

C. 28% by 23 ^ in., real size. 

Signed at the bottom: J7o0 

Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1902. 

UTRECHT (Adriaen van), was born 12 February 1599 at Antwerp, 
where he died 5 October 1652. Pupil of Harmen de Neyt. 

2337. A study of still life. Various kinds of food placed on a table 
in dishes and baskets, with goblets and other pieces of a dinner 
service. By the side of a chair several musical instruments and, 
in the foreground, near a cooler, a monkey and a little dog. 

C. 2 yds 1 in. by On 

Signed on a & 

sheet of mu$ic: 

Acquired in 1842. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amster- 
dam, since 1885. 

UTENBROUCK (Moses van). See Wttenbrouck, p. 377. 
UTEWAEL (Joachim). See Wttewael, p. 377. 
VAILLANT (Bernard), born at Lille in 1634 or 1635; died at 
Leyden after 1675. Pupil of his brother, Wallerant Vaillant. M-E. 

2338. Johannes Parker (1632— 1695). Sheriff and councillor of the 
town of Middelburg. Half length figure 
represented in a red cloak, the face ^* • tf 
slightly turned towards the right. w 1 jy» / i[j*j] 
C- 30 bv 25% in., nat. size. tf^ft'i'Vfrff I 
Signed at the bottom to the left: ^ 
From the collection de Ruyter, acquired f ^\ ^4? 
in 1895. *Jt 





VAILLANT. 329 



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VAILLANT (Wallerant), born at Lille, 30 May 1623; died -at 
Amsterdam, 28 August 1677. Pupil of Erasmus Quellinus, at 
Antwerp. First resided at Middelburg and, after spending some 
time abroad, fixed his residence at Amsterdam. M- E\ 

2339. Pieter de Graeflf (1638 — 1707), half length figure, turned 
towards the right. On the background his coat of arms. Painted 
in an oval. 

C. ^29% by 23^ in*, nat. size. Sale de Graeff van Polsbroek, of Ilpendam, 
1872, with the following No. Bequest Bicker, 1881. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1881. 

2340. Jacoba Bicker (1640— 1695). Wife of the former. Half length 
figure, turned towards the left. On the 
background her coat of arms. Painted in )f-/hlk 
an oval. 

C. 29 by 23% in., nat. size. • "^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : . J Q V A+ 

Same source as No. 2339. ' ' ' I 

2341. Maria van Oosterwyck (163CH1693). 
Flower painter, in a satin dress, seated, 
turned towards the left. A book is lying 
on her knees and she holds in her left 
hand her palette and brushes. 

C 38% by 31% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Sale P. Ver Lorenvan Themaat, Amsterdam 1885. 

2342. A lady with three children. The 

lady, seen half length, has in her arms 
the baby in swaddling clothes. 

C. 25 by 30^ in., h. h. 7^ in. Engraved by W. Vaillant. 
Presented by Mr. C. H. de Swart, 1885. 

2343. Portrait of a young lady, in a white satin dress. Full face, 
seen to the knees. 

C. 34^ by 2814 in., nat. size. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

2344. Family group representing Reyer van der Burch, his' wife and 

five children. He was Government clerk at the military stores at 

Delft. In the background a view of "the Geer" with the arsenal. 

(Attributed to this artist). 

C. 2 yds 9^ in. by 2 yds 12^ in. Sale, Amsterdam 1894. Acquired in 1897. 

VALCKENBORCH (Frederick van), born at Mechlin in 1570, 
died at Nuremberg in 1623. 

2345. In the mountains. A torrent rushing down between high rocks ; 
in the foreground a party of merchants attacked by robbers. 

COP. 10% by 14 in., h. f. 2 in. ,$©* 

Signed at the bottom to the right : <%> * . ita 1 r K r 
* Acquired at Berlin in 1889. * * V * rMUCKfc— 

VALCKENBORCH (Lucas van), born at Mechlin in 1540 (?), 
died at Nuremberg towards 1625. J5 8 2 

2346. Mountainous scenery. Steep rocks in the foreground. L 

O. 10 by 14 in. Signed at the bottom to the right, on a rock: *. .. 

Sale C. L. C. Voskuil & Co., Amsterdam, 10 April 1892; 




33Q VALCKENBURG. 





VALCKENBURG (Dirck), was born 17 February 1675, at Amster- 
dam; died in the same town, 2 February 1721, after having 
resided for some time in Suriname. Worked in his native town, 
at Augsburg and Vienna. He studied 
in several ateliers, a. o. that of Jan 
Weenix. 

2347. West Indian birds, seen in a 
landscape. 

C. 60 by 69*4 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the right, on the trunk of a tree : 

Was already in 1808 in the Mauritshuis. Transferred to the Museum in 1885. 

2348. Dead game. A hare and a brace of partridges on a stone slab 
ornamented with sculp- 
tures; a wooded land- 
scape background. 
C 39 *k hy 31^ in., real size. 

Signed in the centre of the slab : ^s^/ ^2\ J7J7 

At the top and bottom a 
large piece of the canvas has been folded over the frame. This painting 
formerly decorated the chimney piece in a house at Leyden. 

Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

VALCKERT (Werner van), born towards the end of the XVI century, 
probably at Amsterdam, where he worked from about 1620 to 
1627. In 1635 he was a china painter at Delft. Supposed to 
have been a pupil of Hendr. 
Goltzius, at Harlem. E- W. 

2349. Four syndics and the door- 
keeper of the Mercers' Guild 
("Groot Kramersgild "), 1622, seen to 
the knees. 

O. 53^ in. by 2 yds 1^ in., nat. size. 
Dated on a piece of paper: 1623, and signed: 

Formerly in the room of the Mercers' Guild in the Town-Hall of Amsterdam. 
Lent by the town since 1885. 

2350. Four governors and the superintendent of the hospital 
for lepers, 1624. Painted to the knees, seated at a table. The 
governors are: Sieuwerd Sem, Hendrick van Bronkhorst, Ernst 
Roeters and Dirck Vlack. 

O* 5 4*4 m * hy 2 yds \d% in., nat. size* 
Dated on a sheet of paper: 

From the landing of the hospital for J ^**^ m*** \ 

lepers. Lent by the town of Amster- 
dam, since 1885. 

2351. Three lady-governors and the matron of the hospital 
for lepers, 1624. The lady-governors: Tryntie ten Bergh, 
Anna Willekens and Tryntie Weelinx are seated at a table on 
which are seen an open register, some money-bags and loose 
coins. The matron is holding a ball of knitting cotton, In the 



tar. ^. 

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6 Z^r 



VALCKENBURG. 331 



background the scene of Lazarus and Dives. . 4 

Figures painted to the knees. \*\ 

O. 52^ in. by 2 yds 3^ in. Signed on a linen money-bag : V £ 

On the register are the names and the date: 1624. VN 

From the lady-governors' room of the hospital for lepers. v \j* 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. ^^ 

2352. The company of Captain Albert Coenraetsz. Burgh and 
of Lieutenant Pieter Evertsz. Hulft, 1625. Some of the 
figures, seated at a table in the foreground, are studying a drawing 
of the "Oude Waal". The other members of the corps are 
drawn up in a row behind them, the standard-bearer being in the 
centre. Their names are: Albert Coenraetsz. Burgh, captain; 
Pieter Evertsz. Hulft, lieutenant; Arent van Buyl, standard-bearer ; 
Joris Adriaensz. ; Jan van Chanu; Herman Rendorp ; Niclaes van 
Stryen; Rombout Jacobsz.; Pieter Croon; Lucas Jacobsz.; Jacob 
Croon; Herman Cornelisz. van Hoorn; Pieter Simonsz. 

O. 66^ in. by 2 yds 

^'T 1 womw v .yQ.tt£ert f :tbzs 

Signed on a lance : VT / 

First in the large Hall of the "Doelen" of the Cross-Bowmen, it was 
afterwards removed to the large room of the Court-Martial in the town-hall. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2353. Admission of children to the " Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis" 
(Orphanage). 

O. 60^ in. by 2 yds 11% in. Half of nat. size. Formerly in the 
governors' room of the Orphanage. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2354. The registration of the indigent by a governor of the 
Orphanage called "Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis". 

O. 60 by 25 in., half nat. size. Same source as No. 2353. 

2355. The distribution of clothing by a governor of the 
" Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis". 

O. 60 by 25 in., half nat. size. Same source as No. 2353. 

2356. A governor of the " Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis*', accom- 
panied by the provost, visiting the poor. 

O* 59^ by 60^ in., half nat. size. Same source as No. 2353. 

2357. The governors of the " Aalmoezeniers-Weeshuis" distri- 
buting bread, 1627. 

O. 59 by 59^ in., half nat. size. In the foreground, on a sheet of paper, 
the date: 1627. Same source as No. 2353. 

2358. Pieter Dircksz. Hasselaer (1554—1616). Councillor and 
sheriff of Amsterdam. Bust, turned towards the right. (Copy?) 

O. 26*4 by 20 in., nat. size. Engraved by J. Houbraken. 
Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

VALK (H. de). Dutch painter of the second half of the XVII century . 

2359. Baron Hans Willem van Aylva( 163 5 — 1 691), Major-general, 
surnamed the " Redoubtable". In armour, facing the right. 

COP. ov. 13% by 1114 in., h. h. 2\ in. 

Signed to the right, on a rock: s^\ O l( ^ 

Acquired from C. F. Roos & Co., Amster- O** • (re Jjt-txlk- O*- 
dam 1887, with the following No. 



3-3*: •■' VALK. " 

2^30. r Frouck van Aylva, wife <5f the former. Half length figure, 
% / turned towards the left. 
■V COP. ov. 13ft by 1 1 14 in., h. h,' 2fc in. ^_^ ~ ^ //O . 
Signed to the left, on the wall: J\, • &C .iP-OLLK • *>e; 

Same source as No. 2359. 

V ALOIS (Jean Francois), born at Paramaribo, 2 August 1778; 
died at the Hague, 7 December 1853. Pupil of Jean Teissier. 

2361. View in a town. An arched bridge over a canal. 

O. 17^ by 24^ in., h. f. 2 in. Signed to the right, in the water: J. F. Valois f. 
From the Pavilion " Welgelegen", Harlem- 1885. 

2362. Landscape. A field with cows and a Dutch farmhouse. 

O. 13 by 1 1\ in., h. f. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to the right : y. F. Valois f. 
Presented by Mrs. M. Tamson, born Valois, 1890. • 

VANDYCK, see p. 113. 

VANLOO (Charles-Am&tee-Philippe), born at Turin in 171 8. 
From 1748 to 1758 and from 1763 to 1769, he was painter to 
. ~ .'the *Court of Berlin. Son -and pupil of ,Jan-Baptiste Vanloo. 

2363. Portrait of Wilhelinina of Hesse-Cassel, wife of Prince 
Henry of Prussia, brother of Frederick the Great. Represented 
as Hebe, seen to the knees. (Attributed ' to this painter.) 

C 57 by 43^ in. From the store-room of the Mauritshuis, 1876. 

VANMOUR (Jean-Baptiste) or Van Mour 1), born at Valenciennes, 
9 January i6yi; died 22 January 1737, at Constantinopel, where 
he had settled in 1699, probably at the invitation of the French 
Ambassador, de Ferriol. 

This artist painted for several of the Legations, and for private people, 
numerous pictures illustrating with the utmost fidelity, the habits and 
customs of the Levant, at the beginning of the XVIII century. The Dutch 
Ambassador, Cornelis Calkoen (1727 — 1744), collected them and they were 
bequeathed by his nephew, Nicolaas Calkoen, to the Board of Management 
of the trade with the Levant, at Amsterdam. The bequest was made in 
accordance with the wish of his uncle who had directed that the pictures 
should be placed in the Board-room of the Town-Hall and be provided 
with an. inscription mentioning the services rendered to the commerce with 
the- Levant during his term of office. 2) After the dissolution of the 
Company in 1826, the collection, with a few other paintings belonging to 
this body, were transferred in January 1827 to the Royal Cabinet of 
Curiosities at the Hague. At the closing of this exhibition, the collection 
was divided between the National Ethnographical Museum and the Dutch 
Museum. Since 1903 the pictures have again been gathered together and 
a special room allotted for their exhibition The collection (Nos. 2364 — 
2430) comprises original pictures by Van Mour, copies or imitations of 
his works and a few so-called "Turkish pictures", formerly the property 
of the above-mentioned Company. 



1) For the particulars concerning this artist, I am indebted to Mr. A. Boppe, 
consul-general for the French Republic at Jerusalem, who has kindly 
assisted me in the classification and description of the Turkish pictures. 

2) Information supplied by Baron E. C. U. Calkoen, of Roermond. 



VANMOUR. 33j 



2364. Cornells Calkoen. From 1727 to 1744 Ambassador to the 
Sublime Porte. Seated, seen to -~ _^ 

the knees, the face turned /7 / J fjj ) /^"^ 

towards the left. / /< // m , I J 

C 41^4 by 30ft in., nat. size. s^J J \J '. SaflnlOVr J . 

Signed to the left: 

The greater part of the above-mentioned Turkish pictures were collected 

by him. 

2365. The Dutch legation. View taken from the gardens. 

C. 2614 by 32^ in. 

2366. View of Constantinopel and the Seraglio, taken from the 
Dutch legation. 

C. 56 in. by 2 yds \z\ in., h. f. 7^ in. 

State reception of the Dutch Ambassador, Cornells 
Calkoen, by Sultan Ahmed III, 14 September 1727. The 

details of the ceremony are illustrated by the three following 
pictures: Nos. 2367,. 2368 and 2369. ' 

2367. The Ambassador Calkoen traversing the inner court of 
the Palace. The Ambassador on his way to the audience 
traverses the court while the janissaries are at dinner. 

C. 36 by 49J4 in., h: f. %\ in. , 

2368. Repast offered before the audience by the Grand Vizier, in the 
Council-room. 

c - 35% by 4714 in., h. £. 9 in. 

2369. The Audience. The painter is among the persons present. 

C. 35% by 47% in., h. f. o>\ in. 

2370. Audience given by the Grand- Vizier, in his palace on the 
shores of the Bosphorus. (Copy). 

C. 36% by 51 in., h. f. 7 in. , 

2371. The Sultan giving audience to an Ambassador. (Copy). 

C 34^ by 47% in., h: f . 9 in. 

2372. The Grand- Vizier crossing the square Atmefdan, along 
the mosque of Sultan Ahmed. 

C. 24 by 33% in., h. f. \\ in. 

2373. The Tekk6 at Para, or Convent of the dancing dervises. 

C. 30 by 39^ in., h. f. 5^ in. 

2374. Dervises at dinner. 

C. 13 by 17 in., h. f. 5^ in. 

2375. A Turkish wedding. The procession moves along the waterside. 
On the opposite bank is seen Roumelie Hissar. 

C. 22 by 35^ in., h. f. 4 in. 

2376. An Armenian wedding. 

C. 17% by 23 in., h. f. .514 in. 

2377. A Greek bride with her companions. 

C. 22 by 35"% in., h. f. 8^ in. 

2378. The room of an accouch£e in Turkey. 

C. 22 by 35% in., h. f. 8^4 in. 

2379. Turkish women at their meal. 

C. 19 by 23 in., h. f. 7 in. * . ' 



334 



VANMOUR. 



2380. A Turkish boy going to school for the first time. 

C 15% by 21 in. f h. f. 4^4 in. 

2381. Turkish women in the country. View of Constantinopel. 

C. 17^ by 23 in., h. f. 7 in. 

2382. A ladies* party at Hunkiar Isk£16ci, on the Asiatic shore 
of the Bosphorus. 

C. 30^ by 39^ in., h. f. 4 in. 

2383. The Bends, or watertanks, in the forests of Belgrade. 

C. 24 by 29% in., h. f. 1% in. 

2384. The Grand-Vizier. 

C 13^ by io 1 ^ in., h. f. 10^ in. 

2385. The Grand-Vizier. (Copy). 

C. i$*k by 12& in., h. f. 11 in. 

At the back of the piclure, the inscription: Den Prime Vizir, 

2386. The Kislar Aghassi. Chief of the black eunuchs of the 
Sultan. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12^ in., h. f. io 1 ^ in. At the back on a piece of paper, the 
inscription : Eunuchus of Dienaar van de vrouwen van den G. Heer, 
Ferriol No. 4, engraved by G. Scotin, Major. Weigel, No. 4, engraved 
by an unknown artist. 

2387. The Capon Aghassi. Chief of the white eunuchs. (Copy). 

C 15^* by \2\ in., h. f. 10^4 in. At the back on a paper, the inscrip- 
tion : Kamer dienaar van den G. Heer. Ferriol No. 5 , engraved by 
G. Scotin. Weigel I No. 5 engraved by an unknown artist. 

2388. The Capoudgi Bachi, Grand-master of the Seraglio. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12^ in., h. f. 10^ in. At the back on a paper, the inscrip- 
tion : Den Seraskier of Onder- Visir. 
Ferriol No. 15 and Wiegel No. 15. Engravings. 

2389. A Court Official. 

C 13% by 10% in., h. f. io 1 ^ in. 

2390. A Court Official (?). 

C 13^ by 10% in., h. f. seated, 6% in. 

2391. Mehemet, Reis Eiffendi. Minister of Foreign Affairs. 

C. 13^ by 10^ in., h. f. seated, b\ in. 

At the back the inscription: Mehemet Reis Effendi. 

2392. Greek ladies and gentlemen, dancing the Khorra. 

C. 1 7^ by 22^ in., h. f. 6 in. 

2393. A party of Armenians playing at cards. 

C. 17^ by 23 in., h. f. 4% in. 

2394. Dissolute company. 

C. 20\ by 35^ in., h. f. seated, 6 in. 

2395. Kalil Patrona. Formerly a soldier in the navy (a Levantine); 
he deposited Sultan Ahmed III and placed Mahmout I on the 
throne. He is represented standing between his two lieutenants, 
the fruiterer Moesla and the 



J.B • Vanvnour 



coffee seller Alt. 

C 47^ by 35ft in., h. f. 21^ in. 

To the left, on a monument, the 

inscription: Kalil Patrona Chef de 

Revolte arrivee a Constantinople le 1 J J J *J .3^* L 

28 j?>re de tannee /yjo, and signed : J 



VANMOUR. 335 



2396. Kalil Patrona leading the revolt. The murder of the 

Ministers. 

C. 40 by 29^ in., h. f. 6^ in. 

2397. The Sultan or Grand Seignior, with two Court Officials. 

C 13^ by icty in., h. f. 10^ in. 

2398. The Sultan with two dignitaries ; in the background the Palace. 

C l 3*k by ioife in., h. f. 8^ in. 

2399. The Sultan with two dignitaries. (Copy). 

C. 15 by 12^ in., h. f. 1 life in. At the back on a sheet of paper, the 
inscription: Den Groolen Heer. 

2400. The Sultana (?). 

C. 15 by 12*4 in., h. f. \o\ in. At the back on a paper, the inscription: Sultane. 

2401. The janissary Aga or Captain Aga. Commander-in-chief 
of the janissaries, (Copy). 

C. 15 by 12% in., h. f. 11 in. At the back on a piece of paper, the 
inscription: Capityn Pacha. Ferriol No. 29, engraved by G. Scotin, and 
Weigel 1, No. 29, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2402. Mehemet Chiaia or Chiaia Bey. Second in command of 
the janissaries. 

C. 13^ by 11 in., h. f. 1 2. in. At the back the inscription: Mehemmet Chiaia. 

2403. A janissary in full dress. (Copy). 

C 15^ b y 12^ in., h. f. 11 in. At the back, on a paper, the inscription : 
yanitzar off Deurwachter van den Grooten Heer, 

2404. Seliktar Agassi. Equerry to the Sultan. (Copy). 

C. 15% by 12 in., h. f. 11^ in. At the back of the picture, on a piece 
of paper, is the inscription: Wdpendrager van den Groten Heer. 
Ferriol No. 7, engraved with some modifications by G. Scotin. Weigel 1, 
No. 7, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2405. Tchavouch or courier. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12^ in., h. f. \\\ in. 

At the back on a paper, the inscription: Chanous of Postlooper. 

2406. Dervis. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12% in., h. f. 11 in. At the back on a paper, the inscription: 
Derweys of Turxen HeUige. Ferriol No. 25, engraved by G. Scotin and 
Weigel 1. No. 25, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2407. Tchavouch Bachi. Chief of the detachment serving as escort 
to the Foreign Ambassadors, when received in audience by the 
Sultan. (Copy). 

C 15^ by 12 in., h. f. 11^ in. At the back, on a paper, the inscrip- 
tion: Chaous Bazzi off Oversten der Rijksbezendelingen. 

2408. Tchoadar. A servant of the Ambassador. (Copy). 

C 15% by \\\ in., h. f. \\\ in. At the back, on a paper, the inscrip- 
tion : Chezodax off Ambassadeur. 

2409. Turkish woman. 

C. \%\ by 14 in., h. f. 13^ in. 

2410. Turkish woman seated at her embroidery frame. 

C* I 3 1 k by IO % i n >i h. f* seated, 5% in. 

2411. A Greek priest. (Copy). 

C* l S*k by 12*4 in., h. f. 11 in. At the back of the picture, the 
inscription: Pape Grec and on a paper: Een Griekse Paap of Pries ter. 
Ferriol No. 67, engraved with a few modifications by I. de Franssieres. 
Weigel II, No. 5, engraved by an unknown artist. 



336 VANMOUR. 



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8412. A Jewish money-changer. (Copy). 

C. 15% by 12 in., h. f. 1 1 in. At the back, the inscription: yuif, and 
again on a paper : Saraff of Wisselaar van den Grooten Heer. 

2413. An Albanian soldier. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12^ in., h. f. 1 0^4 in. At the back of the picture, the 
inscription : Arbanes, and again on a piece of paper : Een Arbanes soldaat. 
Ferriol No. 78, engraved by G. Scotin, major and Weigel II, No. 28., 
engraved by an unknown artist, 

2414. A rebel. (Copy). 

C. 15% by I 2 1 4 in., h. f. 10^ in. At the back the inscription: Patrona 
off Rebelt. Ferriol No. 28, engraved by C. N. Cochin and Weigel I, 
No. 38. Un Levanti, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2415. A man of the island Thermia. (Copy). 

C. 15% by 12^ in., h. f. i\\ in. At the back, the inscription : Termiote, 
and again on a piece of paper: " Een man van 7 Eylandt 7 emtio'" 

2416. A woman of the island Thermia. (Copy). 

C. 15% by I o.\ in., h. f. \o\ in. At the back, the inscription: Femme 
de Termiote and on a paper: "Een vrouw van 7 Eylandt Termio." 

2417. A man of the island Patmos. (Copy). 

C- 15% by 12 iu., h. f. 11 in. On a paper at the back of the picture, 
the inscription: Eilanden van Patino (Pays Patiniqte). 

2418. A woman of the island Patmos. (Copy). 

- C. 15^ by 1 2^ in., h. f. 10^ in. At the back, the inscription: Famme 
de Patiniote and again on a paper: Vrouw van 7 Eiland Patino. Ferriol 
No. 73. The latter calls her "Fille de l'Argentiere". Engraved by G. Scotin. 

2419. A man of the island of Tinos. (Archipelago). (Copy). 

C 15^ by 12 in., h. f. 11^4 in. At the back, the inscription: Tlnioter, 
. and again on a. paper: Eilander van Tlno. 

2420. Woman of the island of Tinos. (Copy). 

C 15% by 12^ in., h. f. 11% in. 

At the back, the same inscription as for the preceding. 

2421. A man of the island of Myconi. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12*4 in«, b. f. 10^ in. At the back of the picture, the 
inscription: Miconiote, and again on a paper the same inscription. 

2422. A woman of the island of Myconi. (Copy). 

C. 15%. by 12 in., h. f. 11^ in.. ^ 

At the back on a paper, the inscription : Miconesse vrouw en Miconiote. 

2423. An inhabitant of the island of Scriphos (Archipelago), 
playing on the tambourine. (Copy). 

C. 15^ by 12*4 in., h. f. \\\ in. At the back of the picture, the 
inscription: Serfiote, and on a piece of paper: Eilanden van Serif 0. 
Ferriol No: 70, engraved by G. Scotin, maj. Weigel II, No. 1 1 : Greek 
of the islands playing on the taboera, engraved by an unknown artist 

2424. Albanian shepherd. (Copy). 

C 15^ by \2\ in., h. f. 11^ in. 

At the back, the inscription : Pasteur Albanes, and on a paper : Arbanees Herder. 

2425. A man of the Albanian coast. (Copy). 

C I S 1 k by 12*4 in«, b. f. 10% ui. At the back the inscription: Arbanes, 
and again on a piece of paper: Een man van de kust Arbano. 

2426. A woman of the Albanian coast. 

C- l 5*k by 12^ in., h. f. 11 in. Sigtied at the back of the picture : Vanmour. 

On a paper, the inscription: Een vrouw van de kust Arbano. 

Weigel II, No. 31: "Girl of Valachie". Engraved by an unknown artist. 



VANMOUR. 337 



2427. A man of the Bulgarian coast. (Copy). 

C 15ft by 12*4 in., h. f. 10*4 in. 

At the back the inscription: Boulgar, and again on a paper: Een man 

van de kust Bolgardo. Weigel II, No. 32, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2428. A young girl of Bulgaria. 

C. 15% by 12*4 in., h. f. \\\ in. At the back of the picture, the 
inscription: Femme de Boulgar and Panm. } and on a piece of paper: Een 
vrouw van de kust Bolgardo. Ferriol No. 83, engraved by J. Haussard. 
Weigel II, No. 33, engraved by an unknown artist. 

2429. View on Smyrna and the reception given to Consul de 
Hochepied , in the Council Chamber. After presenting his 
credentials, the Consul is offered refreshments. (Painted by an 
unknown artist). 

C. 61 in. by 2 yds 24% in., h. f. 9^ in. 

2430. View of Aleppo. In the foreground a market place. (Painted 
by an unknown artist). 

C. 46 in: by 2 yds 7 in., h. f. 5^ in. 

VEEN (Balthasar van der), born probably at Amsterdam in 1596 
or 1597, died after 1657 at Harlem, where he had settled. 

2431. View of the town of Har- 
lem, taken from the Spaarne, 
showing the "Eendjespoort". 

O. 29^ by 43*4 in., h. f. 2 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1893. 

VEEN (Otto van), was born in 1558 at Leyden, where he became 

< a pupiL of Is. Claes van Swanenburgh, and later studied at Liege 

under the guidance of Domihicus Lampsonius. After visiting 

Italy, he settled in 1593 at Antwerp and in 1620 at Brussels, 

where he died, 6 May 1629. Rubens was one of his pupils. 

A series of twelve pictures illustrating the insurrection 
of the Batavians against the Romans. In 16 13 the series 
was purchased by the States-General for the sum of 2200 Guilders 
for the decoration of their assembly room. 

Each picture: O. 15 by 20^ in., mean h. f. io 1 ^ in. 

Purchased from the estate of Prince William III, the pictures were placed 

in the Treves Hall at the Hague, and in 1808 transferred to the State Museum. 

2432. Claudius Civilis captured by the enemy. 

2433. Claudius Civilis incites his compatriots to resist the Romans. 

2434. Brinio is appointed Chief of the Caninifates. 

2435. Claudius Civilis defeats the Roman troops near the Rhine. 

2436. Claudius Civilis blockades the Romans in Castra- Vetera. 

2437. Claudius Civilis besieges Castra- Vetera. 

2438. The taking of Castra- Vetera. 

2439. The Assembly of the Gauls at Rheims. 

2440. Valentinus is taken prisoner. 



spVceM 



338 VEEN. 

$2441. Evening meal in the woods. 

$2442. Defeat of the Batavian troops by the Romans. 

2443. Negociations between Civilis and Cerialis. 

VELDE (Adriaen van de), was baptized 30 November 1636 at 
Amsterdam, where he lived and died 21 January 1672. Studied 
under his father, Willem van de Velde the Elder, under Jan 
Wynants and Phil. Wouwerman. E. 

2444. A hilly landscape. In the foreground, cows and sheep tended 
by a woman and a small boy. ^^^ 

O. 11 by 15^ in., h. f. seated, 6 in. lj) c C* 

Signed in the foreground in the centre : f[ # j£ Jjft (/ 1 J 
Acquired from A. de Lelie, 1836. Cabinet J. 90 f»% 

Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2445. The ferry. On the bank of a river shepherds and shepherdesses 
are waiting for the arrival of the ferryboat, which is seen crossing 
the water laden with cattle. r-r\ 

C. 13% by 14^ in., h. f. 4^ in. // Q ? r O( K £d t C 

Signed at the bottom to the right : /J/ . V " ^ C ' J> 

Engraved by J. A. R. Bert. . (? /T/T 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. J V Q O 

2446. The artist and hfe family, landscape background. Behind 
the group, composed of father, mother, two children and a 
maid-servant, is seen a cart and horses with the stable-boy 
arranging the harness. 
C. 5814 by 67 

Signed at the bottom 

Sale van der Pals, 

Purchased in London in 1833. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the 

town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2447. The hunt. A party of sportsmen with their horses and dogs 
are assembled outside the open gate ,_. 
leading to a country mansion. ^/p r \p O.^r/ 7 /- 

C. 23% by 29ft in., h. f. 6 in. ' UrC VC* f> 

Signed to the left on the bridge: 7 fT fC ' 3 

Sales: Randon de Boisset, Paris 1777; due ^J V y ^ 

de Chabot, Paris 1787; prince Galitzine, 

Paris 1825 an d Francillon, Paris 1828. Bought from Nieuwenhuys in 1 834. 
Vau der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2448. The hut, standing in the shelter of the wooded slope of a 
mountain. A woman is seated on the doorstep and a gentleman, 
mounted on a white horse, has stopped to speak to her. A few 
heads of cattle in the fore- ^>. 

C^Tby 25^ in., h. f. 6 in. J? • J? '. I^^V* ? \ T 

Signed at the bottom to the left: f S 

Sales : Braamcamp, Amsterdam 1771 ; J U *7 t 

Mrs. Valckenier, Amsterdam 1796; / A 1 

Gildemeester, Amsterdam 1800 and Brentano, Amsterdam 1822. 

2449. A hilly landscape with cattle. In the foreground two cows, 



'als, Rotterdam 1824. 



2351- W. van Valckert. 



2445. A. van de Velde. 



2478. W. van de Velde de Jonge. 2479. W. van de Velde de Jonge, 



VELDE. 339 



one red and white, the other black; in the middle distance a 
flock of sheep and two shepherds. . ^ h 

O. \z\ by 14% in., h. animal, 3% in. ^A:j?.lp^O C '/ 

Signed at the bottom to the right: * * <£ 

Acquired from J. de Vries, 1838. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by 
the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2450. A mountainous landscape with ruins and several figures. 

(Attributed to this artist.) 

C. ii 1 ^ by 15^ in. From the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. 

Purchased from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

VELDE (Adr. van de) and HACKAERT (Joh.), 

See Nos. 102 1 and 1023. 
„ „ „ „ and HEYDEN (Jan van der), 

See Nos. 11 70 and 11 74. 
„ „ „ „ and MOUCHERON (Fred, de), 

See Nos. 1677 and 1678. 
„ „ „ „ and WYNANTS (Jan), See Wynantsp.380. 

VELDE (Esaias van de), was born at Amsterdam about 1590; 
before 161 1 he settled at Harlem, and in 16 18 went to live at 
the Hague, where he was buried 18 November 1630. He was 
employed by the Court. E, 

2451. An open air party. A company of ladies and gentlemen are gathered 
at dinner round a table placed under a cluster of high leafy trees. 

O. 14 by 24 in., h. f. 7^ in. ,— » 

Signed at the bottom to the left : _J^ . \£P$i 35JLW • VE LD£. • 

Collection C. Vosmaer. *» v JC 1 C* 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. * * GJS % 

2452. The ferry boat. A boat full of passengers crossing a wide 
river with high trees on its banks. 

O. 29^ by 44% in., h. f. 3*4 in. £\ >/• VE L.D L 10 11 

Signed to the right on a fence: 

Sale P. Ver Loren van Themaat, Amsterdam, October 1885. 

2453. Dutch landscape. A view in the Dunes ; a solitary willow on 
a sandy slope. A few figures animate the scene. 

O. 7 by 9 in., h. f. l\ in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: Vv",Vlv.^t«\6tO • 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

2454. Winter pastimes. View outside the walls of Harlem. A frozen 
canal with numerous figures. (Attributed to this painter.) 

O. 1914 by 3414 in., h. f. 5^ in. Purchased as being a work by Willem 
Buytewech, Paris 1884. 

VELDE (Jan Jansz. van de), born at Harlem in 16 19 or 1620; 
died after 1660. In 1642 he married at Amsterdam. 

2455. A study of still life. A smoker's requisites by the side of a 
cup and a glass filled with beer. 

O. 14^ by 12% in. Signed on the table: 
Bequest D. /I (^N 

Franken Dz., /(Va/H0C " 

1898. (J Vs — ' 




34Q VELDE. 



VELDE THE ELDER (Wfflem van de), was born at Leyden in 
the latter, part of 1611- In 1635 ^ e settled at Amsterdam 

" . and in 1673, having been appointed painter to the Court of 
England, he went to live in London, where he was buried 
27 December 1693. 

2456. Naval battle near Ter Heyden, 10 August 1653. A pen 

and ink drawing. 

C. 6914 in. by 3 yds 6 in. \V/ . [ \ -P A Q S& ' 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ' v ■ y . VC ICLC J ^ 

On the frame is the coat of Xw 

arms of Maerten Harpertsz. ^. T\J** 

Tromp. Originally in the ., JP .. oV °C ^' 

possession of the family 1/ -v) 

Tromp, Sale van Kinschot, 

1788, purchased by Caspar van Kinschot. Sold in 181 1 to C. S. Roos, 
Amsterdam. Acquired for the State Archives, in 1863 (?). 

2457. Naval battle off Dunkirk, 18 February 1639.. A pen. and 
ink drawing on canvas. 

C. 48% in. by 2 yds 2\ in. 1 u j T/^-i/^/Jgo 

Signed at the bottom to the right: W % Y VLLlkA-i 
The frame bears the coat of arms V-r 

of Maerten Harpertsz. Tromp. Same source as No. 2456. 

2458. Naval battle of the Downs, 21 October 1639. A pen and 

ink drawing on canvas. r 

C. 48^ in. by 2 yds 3 in. ' . * Wi V \/f*M 

Signed at the bottom to the left: Y KCZCJ. 

On the frame the coat of arms of Maerten Harpertsz. Tromp. 
Same source as No. 2456. 

2459. Naval battle off Leghorn, 14 March 1653. Pen and ink 

drawing on panel, , iVj \/ 

O. 45 hy 63 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 1 | 

On the frame the coat of arm's of Maerten Harpertsz. Tromp. Vol Jin 
Same source as No. 2456. 

2460. Lieutenant-Admiral Tromp going on board his ship. Pen 

and ink drawing on panel. 

O. 3<*V by 42 in. Signed in _ . (J\ . y-v 

the foreground in the centre: ' 'lA/ / 6/ • *r C / C) C 

Acquired with No. 2463. "^ 

2461. Battle between the Dutch and Danish fleets in the Sound, 
8 November 1658. A pen and ink drawing on panel. ^ 

O. 39% by 5614 in. Signed at the bottom to the left: V»\/pfJ n 

From the Dutch Museum, 1887. v<ZLa P 

2462. Battle between the Dutch and Danish fleets in the Sound, 
8 November 1658. A pen and ink 1 I /• 
drawing on panel. t. \//J//p f 

C. on O. 41^ by 61 in. W.V.VC^ W 

• Signed at the bottom to the left: J 6 G £ 

Purchased in 1902. 

2463. The English unsuccessfully attacking the Dutch merchant 




VELDE. 341 



fleet at Bergen, in Norway, August 1665. A pen and ink 
drawing on canvas. -^v ^^ * /~\ 

of a vessel: 

and under the signature the very indistinct date : ibbg. 

Purchased at the Hague with No. 2460. 

2464. The Four-Days' naval battle, 11— 14 June 1666. Pen and 

ink drawing on canvas. 

C. 46^ in. by 2 yds. Signed a|t the bottom to the right: V/.y. VeLclcfJd'6xp 

Sale van Beresteyn at Vucht, 1884. 

2465. The Four-Days' naval battle, 11— 14 June 1666. Oil painting. 

C 59% i n « by 2 yds *0\ m * Exactly the same scene as that depicted 
in the preceding drawing. Originally in the Admiralty house of the Maas, 
it was transferred afterwards to the model room of the Department of 
Marine at the Hague. 

2466. Seapiece, showing the Dutch men-of-war the "Drenthe", 
the "Frederick-Henry" and other vessels. A pen and ink 
drawing on panel. . 

O. 27ft by 35ft in. Signed at the bottom to W/ W \fp\rlf> 
the right, on a small board: Vy» V • VV-L^CL^ 

Sale C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1882. 

2467. View of the Zuyderzee, with several war ships and other 
vessels. Pen and ink drawing on panel. . 

O. 24 by 31ft in., h. f. 2% in. \Aji\i \tnlrh 

Signed at the bottom to the left: TY v » VCtCtCw 

Sale of Baroness Taets van Amerongen, nee Hodshon, Amsterdam 1892. 
Presented by Mr. Gijsbert de Clercq, 1892. 

2468. Battle between the Dutch and Danish fleets, in the 
Sound, 8 November 1658. (Painted in the style of this artist 
or copy of one of his works.) 

C. grisaille 39^ by" 56 in. Sale Amsterdam, 12/13 June 1888. 

VELDE THE YOUNGER (Willem van de), baptized at Leyden, 
18 December 1633; died at Greenwich, 6 April 1707. Pupil of 
his father, Willem van de Velde the Elder and of Simon de 
Vlieger. Settled in 1673 m London, where he was appointed 
painter to the Court in 1677. 

2469. The Y before Amsterdam. Among the numerous vessels in 
the port is seen a merchant-man just arrived from the Indies. 

C. .70^ in., by 3 yds 16^ in. Signed towards the centre, on a floating 
. piece of. board : J / 

uma i 79r . th- . Qjp. of <\>ecdc t -<yj<f#<> 

decorated the harbour mas- 
ters' room in the "Schreierstoren". Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 
15 August 1808. 

2470. The Four-Days' battle, 11 —14 June 1666. The incident 
reproduced by the painter is the capture, by the Dutch, of 
the English flag-ship "the Royal Prince", on 13 June 1666. 
Companion to the following No. 

C. 23 by 31^ in. Signed to the right, on a floating piece of wood: ^H/\/.h 

Engraved by W. Nieuwhoff. 

Sales: Wierman, Amsterdam 1762 and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808 



342 VELDE. 



2471. Bringing in the prizes from the Four-Days' battle, (n— 
14 June 1666.) Three vessels being towed in the waters of the 
"Goereesche Gat." Companion to the preceding No. 

C 23^4 by 32 in. The traces of a signature are still discernible on a flag. 
Engraved by W. Nieuwhoff. Same source as No. 2470. 

2472. A calm. A magnificent yacht lying at anchor among several 
other vessels. 

C. I4 1 4 by 17 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed at the bottom to Vv ^/* t Y^ 
the right, on a floating piece of board: 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sale W. van Drielst, 1809. Cabinet J. 
Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dapper Wz., 187a 

2473. A harbour. A few vessels at anchor close to the jetty ; in the 
distance a man-of-war. 

O. 14 by 12 in., h. f. i\ in. Signed to the right on the jetty: *rvv 
From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2474. Near the coast. In the foreground two boats, laden with 
market produce, are approaching with slackened sails. In the 
distance two war-ships. 

O. i6 1 a by 18 in., h. f. J^d in. Engraved by W. Unger. Same source as No. 2473. 

2475. A squall. On the waves of a rolling sea, a vessel is seen 
sailing before the wind; in the distance a fleet of warships. 

C. 33% by 45V4 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed on the stern of the boat : \X/ \7\/" 
Same source as No. 2473. 

2476. A calm at sea. Close to a headland, two fishing smacks; in 
the distance a man-of-war. 

O. 9 by \l\ in., h. f. I in. w.i/.K 

Signed at the bottom to the left, on a piece of board: 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 1 8 1 3. Bequeathed by Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1 880. 

2477. A stormy sea. A vessel tacking the wind near a jetty. 

O. \\\ by 14% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left, on a floating piece of board : f ^wvV 

Sale H. Muilman, Amsterdam 1 81 3. Same source as No. 2476. 

2478. The cannon shot. In smooth water a warship, with hanging 
sails,, is seen emerging from the thick clouds of smoke of a gun 
which has just been fired from its broadside.' 

C. 31 by 20^ in. Signed 

at the bottom to the right: ^75oO 

Engraved by C. L. van Kes- 1 ^ JT^ 

teren and W. Steelink, Sr. jOM^ {]Y (jjti 

Acquired from A. Brondgeest \^J^ • \S^ * ^-^ 

in 1834. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2479. A gale. A three-master, caught in a squall and much damaged, 
is sailing before the wind; a very 
high sea and gloomy sky. 

C. 3014 by 25 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Bought in Paris, 1 900. 




Q».<V(»CMy 



VELDE. 343 



2480. A calm at sea. A man-of-war flying the flag of the K 
United Provinces is riding at anchor; close by, several & 
market boats. '£ 

C. 1 4% by 25*4 in. Signed on the flag floating from the stern: 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1 885. p 

2481. The shore. On a beach at the foot of the sandhills, 
people are busy unloading a fishing smack. 

C. 14^ by 18 in., h. f. 2^ in. Same source as No. 2480. 

2482. Rough weather. Market boats struggling against the wind ; 
in the distance a man-of-war. 

O. 20 by 18% in. Signed to the right on a floating piece of wood : { *s v 1/ 
Same source as No. 2480. 

2483. Battle of the Solebay, 7 June 167a. 

C. 44 in. by 2 yds. /~\ Ai * ^ fT J 

From the sale Fr. Muller & Co. through the Rembrandt Society. 

2484. The IJ before Amsterdam. View of the " Eilandskerk" in 
the background. 

C 33% by 47 in. 

Greatly retouched. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1899. 

VELDEN (Petrus van der), born at Rotterdam, 5 May 1837. Is 
living at Christchurch (New-Zealand). Z. 

2485. Double- white ! Two country people, a man and a woman, are 
playing at dominoes. The young woman triumphantly holds the 
double-white, which gives her the victory and ends the game. 
In her elation she shows a row of teeth whiter even than the 
ivory of the domino. A man is standing near, laughingly looking 
on at the pair. 

C. 30 by 39% in., h. f. seated, 19 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the left: P. van der Velden. Engraved by 

C. Ed. Taurel. Acquired at the exhibition "Pictura", Groninguen 1880. 

VENNE (Adriaen Pietersz. van de), was born in 1589 at Delft. 
Pupil of Simon de Valck, at Leyden, and of Jeronimus van 
Diest at the Hague. From 1614 to 1625 he lived at Middelburg 
and later settled at the Hague, where he died 12 November 
1662. He was also a poet. E. 

2486. The Fishers for Souls. An allegory on the negociations with 
Spain during the truce of 12 years. On the right of the com- 
position are seen the Grand-Duke Albert and the Grand-Duchess 
Isabella, with their train; on the left James I, King of England, 
Christian IV of Denmark, the young King of France, Louis XIII, 
the Princes Maurice, Frederick-Henry, etc. The painter himself 
is standing in the foreground to the left. AWTSJO 

O. 38% in., by 2 yds 2% in., h. f. 11% in. Dated on a book. f 1 A. 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sale Mauritius de Jeude, 1775. lw * • 
Formerly in the Palace of the Loo. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808 



344 VENNE. 



2487. The harbour of Middelburg. An English vessel and the 
yacht of Prince Maurice firing salutes. This picture was probably 
painted with the object of commemorating the arrival from 
England of the Count Palatine, on his visit to his brother-in-law, 
Prince Maurice, in April 1613. 

O. 25^ by 52*1(1 in., h. f. 5^ in. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

2488. Prince Maurice at the Kermesseof Ryswyck. An animated 
scene of the village en f£te. In the centre Prince Maurice and 
his brother Frederick-Henry are arriving in a coach drawn by 
six white horses. 

O. 22 by 53 in., h.f. 5% in. Signed on a fy ' V£fcttl£ .?T 1 6l $ • 
plank, to the right near the trees: 

Sales Miss Drekman, Amsterdam 1857 and Le Roy d'Etioles, Paris 1861. 
Purchased in Paris, 1880. 

2489. Family group of Prince Maurice, with his brothers and cousins, 
all mounted. Represented are: Prince Maurice, the King of 
Bohemia, the Princes of Orange Philip-William, Frederick-Henry, 
William-Louis, Ernest-Casimir, John-Ernest and John-Louis. 
Attributed to this painter. 

C. 67% in. by 3 yds 7% in., h. f. on horseback, 54 in. Engraved, with some 
modifications, by W. Jz. Delff. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2490. Portraits of Prince Maurice and Prince Frederick-Henry. 

Half length figures. 

PAP. ov. 4^ by 3^ in., h. f. \ in. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

2491. Prince Maurice lying in State. Figure seen half length. 

COP. 3 by 5 in., h. h. I in. A replica of this picture, signed Adr, V. Venne 
A° 162 1 } is in the possession of Mr. Maulde de la Claviere, Paris. 
From the National Museum, the. Hague 1808. 

2492. The meeting. (Spring.) A gentleman walking by the side of 
his horse and a lady in elegant attire, are accosted by a beggar. 

O. 6 by 14% in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed in the foreground : - 

Engraved by H.Breckerveld.BequestD.FrankenDz., 1898. j^5: V// %^/7nnAJi 

2493. Greeting. (Summer.) A gentleman on a prancing horse is 
advancing towards a carriage drawn by four white horses. A 
view on the Hague in the background. 

O. 6 by 14^4 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed to the right on ^. V: n ftm/Vlt t 
the trunk of a tree : . jha • • 

Engraved by H. Breckerveld in* 1625. Same source as No. 2492. 

2494. Conversation. (Autumn.) A gentleman in a rich costume, 

attended by his man-servant, is conversing with a young lady on 

the bank of a wide canal. j&:v im****. 

O. 6 by 14^4 in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed on a cart : *c \s 

Engraved by H. Breckerveld in 1625. Same source as No. 2492. 

2495. A frost scene. (Winter.) To the right a wide expanse of frozen 
water with skaters ; to the left, a few figures in the field bounding it. 

O. 6 by 14^ in., h. f. 3 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : ^-_ 

Engraved by H. Breckerveld in 1625. JVW : t MtnnfiriZ 

Same source as No. 2492. 



252S. J. Vermeer. 



VENNE. 345 



2496. Village kermesse. In . the foreground the painter on horseback. 

O. 14.14 by 21% in., h. f. 2% in. At the bottom to the right the coun- 
: terfeit signature: BREVGHEL/ 1625. Some traces of the original signature 
and the date : 1625, are still visible at the bottom to the right. 
. Same source as No. 2492. 

2497. Shrove-Tuesday in the country. A group of quaintly dressed 
masqueraders are crossing a bridge over a frozen canal. In the 
foreground two boors fighting. 

O. 28^ 'by 3614 in,; h. f. 8^ in. At the bottom to the right very slight 
traces of some writing of which only the letters . . Jiaag can be distinguished. 
Purchased in 1900. 

2498. Skaters on a large frozen sheet of water. 

O. 10 by 16^ in., h. f. ^^ -^ 

&£ to Si fh n e1e ft " the JDoM ^wae /^T 2f 

Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

2499. The King of Bohemia, Frederick V, and his wife Eliza- 
beth Stuart on horseback, starting for the chase with their 
retinue. Grisaille. 

C 61 in. by 2 yds 4% in., h. f. j* 

Sards' £%£: *" ^ ^>± VM Wtt . I <? 2 fr. 

Presented by the municipal council of Heusden, 1879. 

2500. Interview between Boudewyn of Heusden and the 
English Ambassador. Grisaille. 

C. 2 yds 2 in. by 3 yds 4 in., h. f. 63 in. 
Presented by the municipal council of Heusden, 1879. 

2501. A musical party. The company is gathered in a richly furnished 
apartment round the dinner table. Grisaille. 

O. 14^ by 22 in., h. f. seated, 7^ in. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1898. 

2502. The. end of misery. A peasant interior, with two men and a 
woman; the, body of an old man is laid out over which the figure of 
Death is bending. Grisaille. r 2. 

O. 14 by 19% in., h. f. 9 in. *2a\ 9 • . P?g^? n/rn 

Signed to the right, on the chimney: O^V- V- IS^ C/I/1/1J^ # 

and the title of the subject: CHenbetl'Sinb. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1 898. 

2503. Poorer than poor ! The lame and halting fighting each other 
with their crutches. Grisaille. •' 

and the title of the subject: $CH*0rm\ Presented in 1898 by Mr. G. de 
Clercq to the town of Amsterdam. Lent to the Museum since 1898. 

2504. Pitiful to behold! Fighting ~ 
peasants restrained by their / v Q / 



wives. Grisaille. 

O. 14^ by 12 in., h. f. 9 in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : 

and the title of the subject: ^fammetlycft. Same source as No. 2503. 



Jffi:v:y&wvi& 



346 VENNE. 



2505. What have they come to! A fight between villagers. 
Grisaille. , ^ 

O. 14^ by \\\ in., h. f. 9% in. flC •}.. 2&WVL& • 

Signed at the bottom to the left: «- /y> *' 

and the title of the subject: ^famttiet'tlldU* Same source as No. 2503. 

2506. A country dance. Peasants dancing in a ring to the playing 
of a violin. Grisaille. 

O. 14^ by 11^ in., h. f. 8% in. ., 

Signed at the bottom to the left : rtn . Oj . 09£/lWl/lj£, ; I ff j 1 • 

Same source as No. 2503. 

VERBOECKHOVEN (Eugene- Joseph), born at Warneton (West- 
Flanders), 8 June 1799; died at Brussels, 19 January 188 1. Pupil 
of his father, Barth. Verboeckhoven and of B. Ommeganck. L- E. 

2507. Pasture in the "Gooi", with cattle tended by a shepherd-boy. 

O. 23^ by 29% in., h. animal 4^ in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right : E. y. Verboeckhoven F. a Gand 1824. 

Acquired at an exhibition held at Brussels. 

2508. A landscape with cattle. A few cows guarded by a young boy. 

C. 37% by 50 in., h. animal, 10 in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right: E. y, Verboeckhoven F. i8sj. 

Purchased at the exhibition held at Harlem in 1825. 

2509. Hungry wolves attacking horses. 

C. 2 yds 28% in. by 3 yds 35 in., h. animal, 20% in. 
Signed in the foreground to the right: Eugene Verboeckhoven Ft, 1836. 
Engraved by P. Lauters. This picture was given by King Leopold I of 
Belgium as one of the prizes for the tombola held for the benefit of the 
victims of the inundation of 186 1. It was drawn by Mr. H. J. Molsbergen, 
baker at Utrecht, from whom Minister J. B. Thorbecke bought it in the 
same year. In 1838 E. Verboeckhoven painted a similar composition 
which was sold at Bonn in 1898. 

NJ VERBOOM (Adriaen Hendricksz.), was born towards 1628 at 
Rotterdam and died probably at Amsterdam in 1670. He was 
working at Harlem between 1650 and 1660. J£. 

2510. A forest view. A wide road between high leafy trees along 
which a herdsman is leading a drove of oxen and goats. 

C. 2 yds 18% in. ^^^ —^ 

by 3 yds 23 in. // /1 4 /Vi hjTj 

gr7e°ar th : qJIm. c Qy. y^oom ?f£c4 

Mo'si of the ^A Q .Ho53. 

figures have *-^ 

been painted by P. G. van Os. Purchased with the 600 Guilders included 

in the bequest of Mrs. J. Balguerie, nee van Rijswijck, 1823. 

VERELST (Herman), born about 1640 at the Hague; he first 
worked in his native town, settled in 1667 at Amsterdam, afterwards 
lived in Vienna and London; died in the last named town 
towards 1695. Pupil of his father. 

2511.Johan de Witt (1625— 1672), Grand Pensionary. Standing, 



VERELST. 347 






seen to the knees, turned towards the right, the left arm resting 
on a pedestal. 

C. 50 by 41 in., nat. size. Signed 

to the right on the pedestal: 

Bequest Bicker, 1 88 1. Lent by the ^ " a "' ^ /f O fff* 

town of Amsterdam, since 1881. jf*^ IO O ^ 

2512. Wendela Bicker (i 638-1 668). Wife of the preceding. Standing, se?n 
to the knees, turned towards^-*-. — ^ 
the left ; in her hand a rose. t-*-f f\ J 4 J 
Landscape background. J *> * JlAC/t/C^^V/V 

C. 50 by 4 1 in., nat. size. Signed _ l ^^ 

at the bottom to the left: (I Q J C% ^% ** 

Same source as No. 251 1. C/l^*» + U \J f 

VERHAGEN (Joris). See van der Hagen, p. 139. 

VERHEYDEN (Mattheus), born at De Briel, 1 July 1700; died 
at the Hague after 1758. Pupil of Hendrik Carre and of 
Constantin Netscher. 

2513. Francois van Aerssen (1668 — 1740). Vice-admiral. Standing, 
seen to the knees; the staff of command in his right hand. In 
the distance, a view of the sea. 

C. 52^(1 by 41^ in., nat. size. 

Lithographed by J. D. Steuerwald. Acquired at the sale of Mrs. van 

Dam van Brakel, nee Ditmars van IJsselveere, Amsterdam 1895. 

2514. Joan van Riebeek (1691 — 1735). Sheriff and councillor of 
the town of Delft. Represented full length, standing. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 46 in., nat. size. Signed at the back of the picture: 
M. Verheyden ft. Presented by Jhr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen, 1884. 

2515. Charlotte-Maria Leidecker (1696 — 1746). Wife of the former. 
Full length figure, seated, with a child by her side. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 46 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 2514. 

2516. Gerard Cornells van Riebeek (1722— ). Whole length 
figure, represented walking. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 48 in., 

tauo^to thf right? the M^eiifc^deii.^' i*iw. 

Same source as No. 2514. 

251 7. Charlotte Beatrix Strick van Linschoten (1732— ). 
Wife of the preceding. 
Full length figure, standing. 

C. 2 yds 9 in. by 48 in., f Mf \ fi~ S%fff% 0/f / /¥ fl/ffl 

nat. size. Signed at the ifn/ifi I Z^// -/fy ^/ tv(// ^ 

bottom to the right: 
Same source as No. 2514. 

2518. Coenraad van Heemskerck, (1714— ). Half length figure, turned 
towards the right. 

the left: ^>^ 

Presented by the heirs of Mr. J. L. de Bruyn — Kops, 1888. 




348 VERHEYDEN. 



2519. Agnes Margaretha Albinus (17 13— ). Wife of the former. 
Half length figure, turned towards the left. ■ 

bottom to the left : ' c *^ 

Same source as No. 2518. 

VERHOEVEN or VERHOEFF (Abraham), worked at Delft in 
the second half of the XVII century. The Museum of Schwerin 
possesses pictures painted by this "artist. . 

2519a. A cavalry charge on the outskirts of a wood. A covered 
cart in the foreground. 

O. 1914 by 26 in., h. f. 6 in. Bequest D. Franken Dz., 1 898. 

VERKOLJE (Johannes), was born at Amsterdam, 9 February 1650; 
was buried at Delft, 8 May 1693. He had settled in the latter 
town in 1673. Was a pupil of Jan Lievens. M. 

2520. The family concert. A paved chamber in which two ladies 



and two gentlemen are making music. - ^ 

C. 17% by 21 in., h. f. 10ft in. 1 - ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right: '^^CQrtt* 

Sales Nic. Nieuhoff, the Hague 1777 and H. ^^ «*/> # 



*** 



Muilman, Amsterdam 18 13. Bequeathed by J& * 

Jhr. J. S. H. van de Poll, 1880. 

2521. Anthonie van Leeu wenhoek (1632— 1723). Natural philosopher 
and zoologist. Seen full face, seated at his writing table. 

C. 22 by 18% in., h. h. 3^ in. Engraved by J. Verkolje and A. de Blois. 
Sale Kaathoven and Lamme, 1879. 

2522. Supposed portrait of the painter. (Attributed to this artist.) 
Bust, almost full face. 

COP. ov. 7% by 5% in., h. h. 3 in. 

Presented by Mr. W. E. van Pappelendam, 1 888. 

2523. Adriaan Christiaansz. van Groenewegen (?> (1639— 171 2.) 
Principal book-keeper of the Dutch E.I. Company. Seen to the knees, 
turned towards the right, standing by the side of a column. A park 
in the background. «• -w . y „ . ^ 

bottom to the left: ' 

Sale held at Amsterdam, 11 November 1875. Sale ). H. Cremer, Am- 
sterdam 1887. 

2524. The wife of the preceding. Seen to the knees, turned towards 
the right, the arm resting on a pedestal on which a little spaniel 
is standing. 

COP. 23 by •iojfcin.jh.h. f 

4^ in. Signed at the 1 
bottom to the right: ' 

Same source as No. 2523. . 

VERKOLJE (Nicolaas), was born at Delft, 11 April 1673; died 
21 January 1746 at Amsterdam, where he had settled in 1700. 
Pupil of his father, Johannes Verkolje. M. 



on a peciesiai on wmui » ^^^ 0t ,.~«~* 



VERKOLJE. 349 



2525. The Apotheosis of the Dutch E. I. Company, chamber of 
commerce of Amsterdam. An ^ 

allegorical composition. A / ' - 1 / / 

C; 23^ by 33% in., h.f. seated, n% in. / \J JAg/K/? & L / ?* 

Signed on a pedestal : * ^^ s* . / J 

From the Colonial store-room at *£- f C I ? 

Amsterdam, 1857. J 

VERLAT (Michel-Maria-Karel), was born in 1824 at Antwerp, 
where he died 23 October 1890. Studied under Nicaise c v 
Keyser. Was Director and Professor at the Royal Academy of 
painting of Antwerp. E. 

2526. A struggle to death. A woodcutter is defending his daughter 
against a bear. 

M. 26 by 21 in., h. f. 17^ in. Signed: Charles Verlat. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1888. 

VERMEER (Johannes), baptized 31 October 1632 at Delft, where 
he worked and was buried 15 December 1675. Was a pupil 
of Carel Fabritius. 

2527. Young woman reading a letter. She is seen in profile, 
standing near a table, dressed in a white skirt and blue loose 
jacket. In the foreground to the right is seen a chair and 
against the white wall of the background hangs a map. 

C. 19^ by 15% in., h. h. 2^ in. Engraved by W. Steelink. 

Sales: P. van der Lip, Amsterdam 1712; Paris 18095 Lapeyriere, Paris 

1825 and Sommariva, Paris 1839. Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2528. The letter. In the centre of a paved room a lady is seated 
with a lute in her hand. She has been interrupted in her 
playing by a servant bringing her a letter. To the right a tapestry 
curtain has been looped up as if to give a view of the scene. 

\ C. 17^ by 15^ in*, h. f. seated, 6% in. « 

>j Signed on the wall: \I/| 

Engraved by J. Veth. Sale Messchert van Vollenhoven, \y\ C.C^C r 
Amsterdam 1892. Purchased with the pecuniary *~*w-? 

assistance of the Rembrandt Society and of Mr. J. F. van Lennep, in 1893. 

VERMEULEN (Andries), born at Dordrecht, 23 March 1763; died 
at Amsterdam, 6 July 18 14. Pupil of his father, Corn. Vermeulen. 

2529. A winter scene. A horse-sleigh with country people proceeding 
on the ice. 

O. \z\ by 16% in., h. f. 3^ in. Signed to the right: A. Vermeulen. 
Sale Steenstra, 1839. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

VERSCHUIER (Lieve), was born about 1630, probably at Rotter- 
dam, . where he principally resided and where he was buried 
17 December 1686. Lived also for a short time at Amsterdam. 
He was a son of the sculptor Pieter Cornelisz. Verschuier and 
was himself a wood carver. Visited Italy. 



35° VERSCHUIER. 



2530. Charles II of England entering the port of Rotterdam, 
24 May 1660. A view of the Maas with all kinds of vessels. 
The King is on the State Yacht. 

C. 49 in. by 2 yds 17 in., h. f. 4^ in. /* X%P +/?£*£ A 0M 

Signed in the foreground to the left, ^, # Qsf&l'VWUVl 

on a floating piece of wood: ^^ 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2581. Th6 keelhauling. -Punishment on board a man-of-war. The 
vessel is surrounded by numerous crafts crowded with spectators. 
The culprit is said to have been the surgeon of the ship of 
Admiral van Nes. ^ CC^'viP 

C. 41% by 62% in., h. f. z\ in. Signed jH • tyttytilUW* 
at the bottom to the left, on a floating plank : ^Vs/ \/ 
Acquired in 1800. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2532. Rippling water. Early morning. A view on the roadstead where 
shipwrights are busy calking a large vessel. 

O. 15% by 1914 in., h. f. seated, 1^4 in. ^. ^tr/fjtutct 

Signed at the bottom to the right, on a piece of board : ^" , 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

VERSCHUUR (Wouterus), born at Amsterdam, 11 June 181 2; 

died at Vorden, 4 July 1874. Pupil of P. G. van Os. Z. 
•2533. A sleigh race on the Zaan. 

C. 30^4 by 41^ in., h. f.«5fc in. Signed at the bottom to the right: 
W. Verse kuur ft i8j8. Purchased from the painter in 1858. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2534. Beating rain. A field with two horses near a ditch. 

M. 18% by 26^ in., h. animal, 6^4 in. Signed in the foreground to the 
right: IV. Verschuur. Bought at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1873. 

2535. Scene from the Ten Days' Campaign, August 1831. A 

transport of Belgian prisoners under escort of Dutch cuirassiers. 

C. 22 by 28Jfe in., h. t on horseback, 5^ in. From the Society "Felix 
Meritis" dissolved in 1889. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1889. 

VERSPRONCK (Johannes Cornelisz.), born at Harlem in 1597 
and buried in the same town, 30 June 1662. Studied under his 
father, Cornelis Engelsz. Verspronck and under Frans Hals. 

2536. Pieter Jacobsz. Schout (—1645), Burgomaster of Harlem. 
Half length figure, turned towards the right, almost full face, 
holding his hat in 
his right hand. <\, 



cso^s^nat.^ "Mpircncfc m):p\j[ 



size. Signed on the back- 
ground to the right : 
Sale M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1858. 

2537. Portrait of an old man. Bust, the face turned towards the 
right, looking at the 
spectator. 

M. 30 \ by 24% in., nat. 
size. Signed on the back- 
ground to the right: 
and: %tVSXi% 83. Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 



I y^fyroncL^jUj 



as6i. S. de Vlieger. 



2536. J. C. Verspmuck. 



VERSTEEGH. 351 



VERSTEEGH (Michiel), born at Dordrecht, 30 August 1756; died 
14 November 1843. Pupil of Arie van Wanum and of Joris Ponse, 

2538. Evening school. A schoolroom seen by candle light. 

M. 23^ by 20^ in., h. f. 7 in. Signed to the right, on a form: M. Versteegh \ 

feci 1786, Bequeathed by Jhr. P. A. van den Velden, 1892. 

2539. A musical party. Candle light scene. 

M. 35% by 28% in., h. i. seated, 14% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : M. Versteegh fecit. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2540. A woman scouring her kitchen utensils by the light of a lamp. 

O. 19^ by 17 in., h. f. seated, 2.\ in. 

Signed at the top to the right : M. Versteegh fecit. 

Sale Sigault, Amsterdam 1833. Same source as No. 2539. 

VERTIN (Petrus-Gerardus), born at the Hague, 21 March 18 19; died 
at Amsterdam, 14 September 1893. Pupil of B. J. van Hove. Z- E. 

2541. The "Koepoort" (gate) at Delft. 

O. 6 by 8% in., h. f. 314 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: P. G. Vertin. 

Bequeathed by Jhr. P. A. van den Velden, 1892. 

VERVEER (Samuel Leonardus), was born 30 November 181 3, 
at the Hague; died in that town, 5 January 1876. Pupil of 

B. J. van Hove. L-E. 

2542. View of a town. In the foreground a canal with fishing boats. 

C. 41 by 49^ in. Signed to the right in the water: S. L. Verveer F, 1839. 
Purchased at the exhibition held at the Hague in 1839. 

2543. Noordwyk-on-Sea. A view of the sandhills studded with 
fishermen's dwellings and enlivened by some figures. 

C. Z 2 \ by 51^ in., h. f. standing, 3% in. 

Signed in the foreground to the right: S. L. Verveer F. i86j. 

Acquired at the exhibition heid at the Hague in 1 865. 

VERVLOET (Franciscus), born at Mechlin in 1795; died at Venice 
in 1872. Pupil of his brother, J. J. A. Vervloet. 

2544. View of St. Peter's, Rome. Interior of the church with the 
High Altar in the distance. 

C. 23% by 29^ in., h. f. kneeling, 1^ in. 

Signed to the right on a pillar: F. Vervloet, Roma 1824. 

Bought at the exhibition held at Brussels in 1824. 

VERWER (Abraham de), also called Van Burghstrate, was 

born in the last quarter of the XVI century, and buried in the 
"Oude Kerk" at Amsterdam, 19 August 1650. He is supposed 
to have resided some time at Paris. Did paintings for Prince 
Frederick-Henry. 

2545. Sea-fight on the Zuyderzee, 6 October 1573. In the distance 
the coast of the province of North-Holland. 

C. 6o*4 in. by 3 yds 22 in. rf 

Signed at the bottom in the centre s .^ ' 1 / .• •//*/// 

From the National Museum, th ZA J}j \yp p\*\PY. J^ J 



352 . VERWER. 




2546. A sailing vessel. Seen aft. In the distance a view of a 
town. (Attributed to this artist). 

O. 17 by ii^i in. 

From the " Huiszittenhuis". Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

VERWILT (Francois), was born towards 16 18 at Rotterdam and 
died there in August 1691. Pupil of 
Cornelis Poelenburg. M. 

2547. Portrait of a boy, known under the 
name of " The Admiral's son". Whole 
length figure, gracefully bowing. 

C. 45 by 36^ in., nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Acquired in 1800. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

VETH (Jan Pieter), born at Dordrecht, 18 May 1864. Studied at 
the Academy of Arts of Amsterdam. He is also a writer on 
art and is living at Bussum. L-E, 

2547a. Johan M. Messchaert (1857 — ). Vocalist. Half length figure, 
seated and turned towards the right; seen nearly full face, 
wearing a large hat and holding in his right hand a sheet of music. 

C. 32^ by 28% in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to th£ left: y. V. (joined) igoj. 

Presented in 1903 by a group of friends and admirers of Mr. Messchaert. 

2547b. Johan Philip van der Kellen. Keeper of the National 
Cabinet of Prints from 1876 to 1896 and from 1898 to 1903. 
Bust, full face. 

C. 25% by 22^ in., nat. size. Signed: y. V. (joined). 

Presented in 1904 by some friends and admirers of Mr. van der Kellen 

VETTEWINKEL (Hendrik Dz.), was born 20 October 1809 at 
Amsterdam, where he died 8 May 1878. 

2548. The merchant-man " Flevo" setting sail. 

C. 25^ by 3714 in., h. f. *\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : H. Vettewinkel ft. fSjf. 
Purchased from the artist in 1837. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2549. A river scene with boats. In the background a view of a 
village. 

M. 14^ by 18% in. Signed on the stern of a boat: H. V. 1847* 
Presented by Mr. D. H. Vettewinkel, 1888. 

VIANEN (Paulus van), worked in the middle of the XVII century 
at Utrecht; visited France and Italy. 

2550. The Holy family resting on 

E^b^Sr Wooded VIANEN -T 

C 33 by 4314 in., h. h. 2\ in. 
Signed at the bottom to the right: 
. « Sale Gildemeester, the Hague, 18 No- 
vember 1861. v . >v ' « 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1892' 




VICTOR. 353 






VICTOR (Jacomo), worked about 1663 at Venice and in 1670 at 
Amsterdam, where he still lived in 1678. 

2551. Birds. A cock, hens and pigeons under high trees. 

C. 50^ by 42% in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground on a piece 

of board: 

Collection 

A. van 

van Gemert. Sale 

of the Dowager Baroness van Verschuer, n£e Van Riemsdijk, Amsterdam 1896. 

VICTORS (Jan), born in 1620 at Amsterdam, where he lived until 
1673; died a little after 1676 at sea or in the Indies. Was a 
pupil of Rembrandt. 

2552. Joseph in prison, interpreting the dreams of the buttler and 
baker. *"~X 

C. 47^ hy 52ft ?- L " ^ 

5% in. Signed 
foreground to the 






From the National Mu- \ / s~ / 



7 Off. 



seum, the Hague 1 808. 

2553. The pork-butcher, 

at work in the open air, several figures standing around him; 
a woman is bringing him a glass 
of beer. 



C. 27^ by 3914 in., h. f. 1 6^ in. 



Signed at the bottom to the right, on a \C XfTAiS 

piece of paper : J J * j 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town tff Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2554. Joseph presents his father to v 
Pharaoh. The King is seated on ^ 
his throne. 



n^ktO\S 

•wards £j/^ /f 

■M. 'ft f$5X 

. In J 




C. 6414 in., by 2 yds 8^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right, towards 

the centre: 

Lent by Mr. F. H. Wente, Amsterdam 

2555. The dentist. A village scene, 
front of a dwelling he is drawing a tooth from a young peasant ; 
a few spectators standing round. 

C. 30^ by 3714 in., h. f. 17 in. Signed on the table: 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

VINCKEBOONS (David), born in 1578 at Mechlin, died in 1629 
at Amsterdam, where he had settled in 159 1. E. 

2556. The peasants' terror. Soldiers making havoc in a village. 

O. \o\ by 16^ in.,* h. f. 8 in. Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1887. 



12 



354 VINCKEBOONS. 



2557. The peasants' revenge. The Soldiers driven from the village 

by the peasants. . 

O. ioife by 1 6^ in., h. f. 8 in. Same source as No. 2556. 

2558. St. John the Baptist, preaching to the multitude gathered in 
a wood. 

- Q. 11 by 17 in., h. f. 5 in.. Purchased at Brussels in 1898. 

2559. The garden party. In the garden of a fine country mansion, 
some of the guests are grouped round a table richly provided, 
others are dancing and a few are seated on the grass. 

O. 1 1 14 by 1714 in., h'. f. 4^ in. * ^ 

Sale F. C. Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1903. 

VLIEGER (Simon de), was born at Rotterdam in 1601 ; he lived 
at Delft from 1635 to 1640, resided afterwards at Amsterdam 
until 1650 and finally settled at Weesp, where he w r as buried 
in March 1653*- 27. 

2590. Battle on the Sl&ak between the Dutch and Spanish 
fleets in the night of the 12^— 13 th September 1631. 

C. 41 by 70^ in., E. f. >-% XT *•> ** r* S* 

314 m. Signed to thetet£j.: /Jg • \/Z.lEGEJ^ I Q Z ^ 

on a piece of board: ^^ O 
From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2561. The return of the falconer. He is seen looking through a 
small window of . a decayed mansion at the dogs . which are 
fighting in the courtyard. Near a large gate a man is watering 

' a white horse., ^ 

(). 28 by 37^ in., h. animal 4% in. ODCA/LlEG t*^_ 

Signed in the foreground to the left: . a» */r ^ y 

Sale of the collection Thor6 (Burger"), *J '' 

5 December 1892. In the collection Gijsbert de Clercq, 1899. 
Acquired from the Rembrandt Society in 1902. 

2562. A river, scene. View near its mouth with a ttireemaster under 
sail and trading boats. 

O. 34*4 by 47*4 in. J _ 

Signed on the lee-board of a. boat: CnrVLl^ 
Same "source as* No. 2561. ** 

2563. A rocky coast. " View of a bay with some boats crowded with 
people. In the foreground travellers .and horses. 

C. 32 by 551^ in., h. f. 4 in. • Bequest A. A. des Tombe, 1903. 

2564. A storm at sea. Sailing vessels tossed on the high waves close 
to a rocky shore. Attributed to de Vlieger; formerly to J. A. 

* Beerstraten. • ■ - -■'.•»• 

C. 4P4 in. by 2 yds. J 64° 

Dated on a flag: 

Originally in the "Werknuis" it was afterwards transferred to the "Oude 
Zijds Huiszittenhuis". Lent by the' town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2565. Fishermen on the sea-shtfre. Some are lying down to rest, 
others are loading baskets of fish on a cart. Attributed to this 
artist. ' ' ' . 

i). 25*4 by 42 in., h. f. 6^ 4 in. Bequest T). Franken Dz., 1898. 



VLIET. 355 

VLIET (Hendrick-Cornelisz. van), bom in 1611 or 16 12 at Delft; 
buried in the same town 28 October 1675. Joh. van Noordt, at 
Amsterdam, was one of his masters. 

2566. View of the "Old Church", at Delft. The interior, with the 
choir in the distance. ^_ *t 

O. 2914 by 23* in., h. f. 5 in. " */ / f?*-' O ^P. t 

Signed to the right, on the ^J / » -A' (MY ytf C t 

base of a pillar : X 

From the . National Museum, / 6 f A 
the Hague 1808. 

2567. The tomb of Piet Hein in the Old Church at Delft. View 
of the choir, in which are displayed the Spanish flags taken by 
the admiral. 

C. 26^ by 22*4 in., h. f. 4^ in. A replica of this picture is in the 
Museum of Brussels. Sale F. Muller & Co., Amsterdam 1902. 

2568. Portrait of a lady of rank, with a watch in her hand. Seen 
to the knees. 

C. 41^ by 34 1 4 in., nat. sizei Signed at the bottom to the left on a balustrade: 
Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam .1886. 

VOGEL (Cornells Johannes de), was born 29 December 1824 at 
Dordrecht, where he .died 9 May 1879. Studied under H. F. 
Verheggen. 

2569. Autumn, The large pond in the wood of the Hague sparkling 
in the morning sun. 

C. 31*4 by 55 in. Signed in the foreground to the right: C. J. de Vogel, 
Dordrecht, Purchased at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 1877. 

VOGEL (Johannes-Gijsbert), born at Hooge-Zwaluwe, 25 June 1828. 
Pupil of Andr. Schelfhout. 

2570. A heath in North-Brabant. The scene is animated by the 
figure of a carman who has stopped with his waggon drawn by an ox. 
C. 32 by 48% in. Signed in the foreground to the left: J, G. Vogel 1866. 
Bought at the exhibition held at the Hague, in 1866. 

VOGELAER (Pieter), born at Zierikzeein 1641, died about 1720. 
Worked as painter in his native town and also as engraver and 
goldsmith at Veere. 

2571. The fleet of the herring fishery. Pen and ink drawing. 

O- 33 hy 45 in. Signed to the left: /^T?S^ 

Presented by Mr. J. H. Marlof to the Royal ( (T Yj—^^P ^ 

Archeological Society. ^J^ *ZSemC 1X101" 

Lent to the Museum, since 1889. \Js & . . . 

VOIS (Arie de), was born towards 1632 at Utrecht, where he was 

a pupil of Nic. Knupfer ;■ afterwards he worked under the direction 

. of Abr. van den Tempel at Leyden, where he died in July 1680. 



-V 







tr 



356 . VOIS. 

2572. The jolly fishmonger holding a glass of beer in his right hand. 

C. 614 by \\ in., h. h. 2% in. yprf^ ~\ 

Signed at the top to the right : f» ffl/j) /) / $** 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. v*/ US V *«■* 

2573. The merry musician. He holds a violin under his left arm 
and a full glass in his right hand, 

O. 10V4 by %*k i n «) h. h. 2% in. 

Signed at the top to the right: 

Sale of Baroness van Leyden van War- 

mqnd, 1 804. From the National Museum, — -- y 

the Hague 1808. ^^ 

2574. The lady and the parrot. A young lady has taken from a 
basket full of grapes and peaches, a fruit which she holds out 
to a parrot seated on the branches of an oak-tree, 

O. 10^4 by 8*4 in., h. h. 2 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 

Sales Adriaan Lacoste, Dordrecht 1 832 and J. 

Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2575. Fisherman smoking his pipe at his ease, with folded arms. 

O* 5% hy 4^ in., h. h. 2 in. Signed to the right: ^^ 

Engraved by J. P. Lange. Van der Hoop collection. ^/uJois 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

VOLLENHOVEN (Herman van), worked in the first half of the 
XVII century at Utrecht, where he became in 161 1 a member 
of the St. Luke's Guild and its dean in 1627. 

2576. The painter in his atelier, painting the portraits of an old 
man and woman seated before him. Figures seen to the knees. 

C 35 b y 44 i n -> h- h - 7 in - j - 

Signed at the bottom in If _ _ _ ,. • t , _ __ 

the centre: tl V^ll^^Q\jE 

Acquired in 1873. ft • , 

vaTder KeUet?" * ^ •> <" * / M WT RF 

VOLLEVENS THE ELDER (Johannes), was born in 1649 at 
Geertruidenberg. Studied with Nic. Maes at Dordrecht and with 
Jan de Baen at the Hague, where he died in 1728. 

2577. Portrait of a superior mili- ft 

tary officer, seen to the knees. / Ofi 

c. 48*4 by 38% in. (Jan* 9 yowbvtn* 

Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Presented by Mr. W. E. van Pappe- 
lendam, 1886. 

2577a. Caspar Fagel (1629—1688). Grand pensionary. (Copy?) 

C. 27 by 22% in., h. h. 5 in. 

Engraved by J. Houbraken. Acquired at the Hague in 1863. 

VOLLEVENS THE YOUNGER (Johannes), was born in February 
1685 at the Hague and died there 10 March 1758, Pupil of 
his father, Johannes Vollevens the Elder. 

2578. Gerard Callenburgh (1602 — 1722). Lieutenant-admiral of 




VOLLEVENS THE YOUNGER. 



357 



Holland and West-Friesland. 

^- 47^ by 37% in. nat. size. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Engraved by J. Houbraken and P. 
Tanje. Lithographed by F. H. 
Weissenbruch Dzn. Bequest of Mr. 
R. J. A. Kallenberg van den Bosch ; 
presented to the Museum by the mem- 
bers of his family after his death in 1 895 . 



Seated, seen to the. knees. 



20 April 1833, died at Paris in 1900. 
Stormy weather. 



VOLLON (Antoine), born 
Pupil of Ribot. 

2579. View of the port of Dunkirk.' 

Walnut, 24% by 14V1 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: A, Vohon. 
Presented by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van 
Pallandt, 1900. 

2580. Flowers in a red earthenware pot. 

C 31^ by 23^4 in., real size. Signed at the bottom to the right : A, Vollon. 
Lent by Mr. J. B. Wester woudt, Harlem 1902. 

VONCK (Elias), was born in 1605 at Amsterdam and was buried 
there 10 June 1652. 

2581. Dead game. A hare, a heron 
and a few small birds. 

C 39^ b y 36^ in. 
Signed to the right: 
Acquired at Paris in 190 1. 

VONCK (Jan), born at Amsterdam towards 1630. j^ S\*^ 

Supposed to have been the son and pupil of / If 
Elias Vonck. 

2582. A study of dead 
birds. Small feathered 
game on a wooden slab. 

(). 13^ by 17 in. Signed 
to the right on the slate: 

Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1886. 

2583. A study of fish. A flat 
basket containing a cod, 
a few mussels and a red 



£/;„, Cbfcl^- — ^ 



J^jt 



gurnet. 



s* / « Inmc 







O. 2 life by 19 in. 

Signed on the leg of the 

dresser : 

Acquired at the sale F. Kayser, Amsterdam 1888. 

VOORDECKER (Henri), was born 26 August 1779 at Brussels, where 

he died in 1861. Pupil of Jean Baptiste de Roy. 
2584. A huntsman's family* 

O. 24^ by 30^4 in., h. f. seated, 6% in. 

Signed to the right on the window sill : H. Voordecker fecit 1826. 

Purchased at an exhibition, Amsterdam 1828. 



358 VOORT. 



VOORT (Cornells van der), was born -at Antwerp in 1576 and buried 
2 November 1624 at Amsterdam, where he had taken up his residence. 

2584a. The company of Captain Jonas Cornelisz. Witsen and 
of Lieutenant Volckert Overlander, painted probably between 
16 1 2 and 1 61 4. Fifteen figures seen to the knees, forming two 
rows. The captain and the standard-bearer are standing in the 
centre of the first row. The last figure on the right in the second 
row is that of the painter. The names of the persons represented, 
are: Jonas Witsen, captain; Volckert Overlander, lieutenant; Dirck 
Hasselaer, standard-bearer; Pieter Pietersz. Hasselaer, sergeant; 
Jan Claesz. van Vlooswyck, sergeant; Pieter Symonsz. van der 
Schellingh ; Dirck Claesz. Schepel ; Jacob Pietersz. Nachtglas ; 
Hendrick Lens ; Jan Beths Roodenburch ; Huyg Jansz. Crayesteyn ; 
Jan Heyckens; Cornells Schellinger; Dirck Tholincx and Cornells 
van der Voort. 

C. 67^4 in. by 3 yds 25 in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the 
Arquebusiers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1904. 

2585. The company of Lieutenant Pieter Pietersz. Hasselaer, 
1623. A group of twelve figures forming two rows ; those of the 
second row at the back are leaning over a balustrade. They 
are placed in the following order: 

12 8 9 10 ii 

31 42 5 6 7 

I. Pieter Hasselaer, lieutenant; 2. Claes Hendrixs. Pot, sergeant; 
3. Samuel Blommert ; 4. Hendrik Lens ; 5. Jacob Dirksz. Brouwer; 
6. Heindrik Seulyns; 7. Jacob van Nieulandt; 8. Willem Adriaensz. 
Raap; 9. Jan Lucasz. Hooft; 10. Dirck Pietersz. Brugman; 

II. Barent Willemsz. Prins; 12. Allard Garbrantsz. Schilt. 

C. 2 yds % in. by 2 yds 30 in., nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the 
Bowmen. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2586. A group of civic-guards composed of eleven figures, 

painted to the knees, forming two rows. Through an open door 
in the background a tower and some trees are visible. 
C. 67^ in. by 2 yds 19^ in«, nat. size. From the "Doelen" of the 
Arquebusiers. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1899. 

2587. The governors of the Asylum for old people in 1618. 

The names of three of the six persons represented, are : Pelgram 
van Dronckelaar, Hendrik Hendricksz. and Hendrick Tholinx. 
Figures painted to the knees, grouped, seated or standing, round 
a table. With the exception of the person in the immediate fore- 
ground to the right, they are all represented in different actions. 

C. 60 in. by 2 yds 7 in., nat. size. Signed at the top to the left : 









£ 



1 



From the governors' room of the Asylum for old people. Lent by the 
town of Amsterdam, since 1885. *" 



2562. S. de Vlieger 



2587. C. van der Voort. 



VOORT. 359 



2588. Four governors and the doorkeeper of the house of 
detention. Half length figures. 

C. 60^ by 2 yds 3^4 in., nat. size. Formerly in the House of Detention. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2589. Dirck Hasselaer (1 581— 1646). Major in the Militia of 
Amsterdam. Standing, seen to the knees, turned towards the 
right; he holds his ^ 

hat in his left hand n -^F^C? ft c* ffv sp -? ^ 
and his gloves in\_>^^-/ L ull isO y U!J»l J) & 
the right. ... Vsi/ 

O. 45^' by 3314 in.; ^ - 

Z^S^T^- 'QJt)ino jo)* 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

2590. Brechtje van Schoterbosch (1592— 1618). Wife of the former, 
standing, seen to the knees and turned towards the left; she 
holds in her right hand 

yfSLT^ t0 a Qy€€atis face a a 

O. 45*4 by 331,4 in., n at. ^ 

size. Dated at the top to _ ffi^ . /- 

the right: C J{ U tf . ) Qj <$ 

. Same source as No. 2589. ^^ 

2591. Cornells Pietersz. Hooft (1546 — 1626). Burgomaster of 
Amsterdam ; seen to the knees, the face turned towards the right, 
looking at the spectator, his JT^jT *T- /^ ry/*~ 
hands resting on the arms of the Q^stttCLtlS .JlKZ • 70 

chair' in which he is seated. 

O. 49 by 35% in., nat. size. Dated •- U? * jT q q, 

on the background to the right: \^X L ' LfL • / U ^ £* 

Engraved by J. Houbraken and R. Vinkeles. Was in 1760 in the possession 
of Mrs. Corn. Hulft, of Amsterdam. Sales : collection Frang. Nieuwenhuis 
(Brussels), Paris 1881, as a work by W. van Vliet. Sale Amsterdam, 
14. March 1882. Purchased at Amsterdam in 1887. 

2592. Jacobus Rolandus (1562 — 1632). Minister at Amsterdam. 
Copy from the engraving by Willem Jacobsz. Delff after the 
painting of Corn, van der Voort. 

O. 9^ by 614 in., h. h. 2 in. Sale A. G. de Visser, the Hague 1878. 

2593. Portrdit of a man. (Copy). Bust, turned to the right. 

O. 28 by 24 in. Dated: Aet. J4* i6ig. 

Lent by the Royal Archeological Society since 1889. 

VOS (Maria), born at Amsterdam, 21 December 1824. Pupil of 
Petrus Kiers. Is living at Oosterbeek. E. 

2594. A study of still life. Articles of silver plate, dinner ware, Delft 
porcelain and various kinds of fruit displayed on a table. 

C. 36 by 29^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the right: M. Vos, i8yo. 
Acquired at an exhibition, Rotterdam 1870. 

VOS (Maerten de), was born in 1532 at Antwerp, where he studied 
under his father, Pieter de Vos, and Frans Floris ; died in that 



V 



360 VOS. 

town 4 December 1603. He also went to Venice where he entered 
the school of Tintoret. 

2595. Gilles Hoffman and Margaretha van Nispen. Half length 
figures. This Gilles van Eichelenberg, called Hoffman, was one 
of the great ship-owners of Antwerp. In 1566 he left that place 
and settled at Middelburg. 

Was engaged in trading * L G * D * ° HOFFMAN. EX 
with Russia. M ARC am T ae Van NI^PJLN 

O- 45ft by 5514 in., nat. size. El V5 CONlVGl.PlNGEBAT 

The picture bears the follow- MARTINV5 DE, VOS ANTVER* 

ing inscription: p lAE MENSE IVLIO ANN. A. R. 5 

Sale held at Amsterdam, 13 ■ ■ 

May 1890. Purchased through C| J iJ L X X - 

the Rembrandt Society at a sale held at Amsterdam, 1 June 1897. 

VRANCX (Sebastiaen), born 22 January 1573 at Antwerp, where 
he was a pupil of Adam van Noort and where he died 19 May 
1647. Visited Italy. 

2596. The robber robbed. On the road of St. Trond to Thienen, a 
woman who has been robbed by a Spanish cavalier of her clothes 
and has nothing on but a shift, has taken advantage of a 
propitious moment to jump on the horse and ride away. 

O. 18 by 25% in., h. f. 5 in. Signed on the trunk of a tree: 
Sale C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1 895. 
Presented by Jhr. Victor de Stuers, 1895. 

2597. Market day in a Flemish town. In front of the Town-Hall 
a scaffold has been raised on which a man is 
being flogged. /L ~ -^ 

O. 16% by 21ft in., h. f. 3% in. Hrt ^ ?S>/' 

Signed to the left on two corn sacks : S(K * "^ * 

Presented to the Royal Archeological Society by 
Mr. A. Willet. Lent to the Museum since 1889. 

2598. Winter pastime. On the Scheldt, in view 
of Antwerp, an animated scene with skaters 
and pedestrians. _ 

O. 23 by 44% in., h. f. 4ft in. ^-v v" — ^ 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: si J 7 f\'~)' J 

Purchased at Vreeswijk, 1897. ^^> ^ \S <£*£*/ 

2599. A cavalry encounter on the heath at _- 
Vucht, 5 February 1600. The troops are commanded by Pierre 
de Breaute* and Gerard Abrahamsz. Lekkerbeetje, (Copy). 

O. 29ft by 42% in. 

This painting may also be a copy after the engraving of CI. Jsz. Visscher 
from the picture by Seb. Franck. Mr. C. Hofstede de Groot traces in this 
work the hand of Gerrit van Santen. Salo J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

VRELL (Jacob), a Dutch artist of the middle of the XVII century. 

2600. View in the outskirts of a Dutch town. . 

(). 14ft by II in., h. f. 2ft in. l.VREl 

Signed on the stone step before the house : 
Sale of the collection Thore (Burger), Paris. 5 December 1892. 
Acquired at the Hague in 1892. 



nr 



VRIES. 361 



VRIES (Abraham de), was born in the latter part of the XVI century 
iy/i;1 died probably at the Hague, where he has worked as well 
as at Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Paris. 

2600a. Portrait of the painter himself, seen half length, facing 
the spectator, holding a brush in one hand and his palette in 
the other. In front of him, lying on a plinth, are a pair of com- 
passes and an open book. On one of the pages are the words: 
DE SYMETRIA ET FLEXURIS PARTIUM HUMANI COR- 

a latin ode: Wbfnti Uf p&PfFf®M UgfWlY 

L 32 &S t "the d#»»/«/t P J* ST** B-«*»« 

background to the * ' f 

r igh t: amno /§*^0- 

Bought in London through the Rembrandt Society in 1905. 

2601. David de Moor. Bust, the face f 
turned towards the left and look- * / 

ing at the spectator. J\ Qq 1/ • ^ 

O. 2814 by 24 in., nat. size. 1/ I * «L 3 

Signed at the bottom to the right: J? nil? 1 jo *i 

and dated underneath : Anno 1640. « « © 4 ft XV OC2OT 

Sale of Mrs. Huydecoper — van den Heuvel, Amsterdam 1880. 

VRIES (Anthoni de), born 13 February 1841 at Amsterdam, where 
he was a pupil at the Royal academy; died at Harlem in 
December 1872. See Nos. n 50 and 1151. 

VRIES (Michiel van), a Dutch artist who worked in the latter 
half of the XVII century. 

2602. An old rustic dwelling. Behind it a cluster of trees throwing 
their reflection in a canal; in the foreground a small boat. 

(). 17 by 24% in., h. f. seated, 1 in. "*v *V~ • j 

Signed at the bottom to the right: Ml /*•)?£ J? 5 ] 6 T 3 

Acquired at Amsterdam in 1889. ^J * 

VRIES (Roelof van), born in 1631 at Harlem; resided in his 
native town and also at Amsterdam, where he still lived in 1681. 

2603. A rustic cottage. Sheltered by high trees, it stands on an 
eminence by the side of a sandy road. On the road are several 
figures, among whom are a gentleman mounted on a white horse 
accompanied by his falconer. 

C. 25^ by 34 in., v-v 

h. f. 314 in. Signed f*[\ / 

in the foreground to I) /~\ ^~N " ^ /^ 

the left, towards the ^/^ .^ , frfljQS J^ 

Sales Pieter Locquet, Amsterdam 1783 and Wessel Reyers, Amsterdam 
1814. Purchased in 18 14. 



362 VROLYK. 



VROLI JK (Johannes Martinus, or Jan) born at the Hague 1 Febr. 1845 

where he died 2 Sept. 1894. Was a pupil of Pieter Stortenbeker. 

2603a. Cows near a pond, standing in the shadow of some leafy trees. 

C. 56^ by 44^ in., h. animal, 6 in. Signed in the foreground to the 
left: Jan Vrolyk f 83. Lent by Mr. B. I. D. Zubli, 1905. 

VROOM (Hendrick Cornelisz.), was born in 1566 at Harlem, where 
he fixed his residence and was buried 4 February 1640. He 
studied art at Delft, visited France, England, Italy, where he worked 
in the atelier of P. Bril, and Spain. In his native country and in 
Spain he also painted on pottery and designed subjects for tapistry. 

2604. Dutch vessels running down Spanish galleys off the 
Flemish coast, 3 Oct. 1602. 

C. 47 by 58% in., h. f. 
2\ in. v Signed on the 
pennon : 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2605. View of Amsterdam and the Y. 

C. 32 by 2 yds 14 in. 1/ V> n H Asf 

Signed on the flag of the first large boat to the left : V K U KJ M 
From the "Werkhuis" (Workhouse). Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2606. Return of the vessel in which Cornells Houtman made 
his first voyage to the Indies, August 1597. 

C. 56^ in. by 3 yds 2 in. Signed on the 






VROOM ? 



pennon of the first boat to the right: \f l-f fj f) h/J 

From the Dutch Museum, 1887. * I \>\J \J IV\. 

2607. Sea-fight on the " Harlemmer Meer" between the Dutch and 
the Spanish, 26 May 1573. In the distance the town of Harlem. 

C. 2 yds 3 in. by 2 yds 33^ in. 

Signed on the Dutch flag of the second 

ship to the left: 

Was formerly in the Town-Hall at 

Harlem and conceded in 1804, with other 

pictures, to the Batavian republic. From the National Museum, the Hague 1S08. 

WALDORP (Antoine), born 22 March 1803 in the palace called 
"huis ten Bosch", near the Hague; died 12 October 1866 at 
Amsterdam, where he had settled in 1858. Pupil of J. H. A. 
A. Breckenheymer. Z. 

2608. A calm sea. On the smooth surface of the water are seen 
various vessels, among which several fishing smacks. 

M. 19 by 23% in., h. f. 2\ in. Signed to the left on a boat: A.Waldorp. 
Bought from the painter in 1850. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

WALRAVEN (Isaak), was born 23 May 1686 at Amsterdam, where he 
died 11 March 1765. Among his masters was Gerrit Rademaker. B. 

2609. The last moments of Epaminondas. A composition crowded 
with figures. T W7 

. o. 24 by 31^ in, h. f. 1014 in. ISAAK WALRAVEN 

. Signed at the bottom to the right : # . • ^ 

Sales: I. Walraven, Amsterdam 1765 ; j* P CI t J\ J 7 2» CJ 

Pierre Loquet, Amsterdam 1783 and 

Ian Gildemeester Jansz., Amsterdam 1800. Purchased at Brussels in 1871. 



WAPPERS. 363 



WAPPERS (Gustave), born at Antwerp, 23 August 1803; died at 
Paris, 6 December 1874. Pupil of M. I. van Bree and of G. J. 
Herreyns. Director of the Academy of Arts at Antwerp. L - E. 

2610. Anthonie van Dyck falling in love with his model. The 

artist is seen in his studio, kneeling before a peasant-girl. 

M. 23 by 1 8% in., h. f. seated, \z\ in. Signed in the foreground to the 
left: G* Wappers 1827. Acquired at the exhibition held at the Hague, 1827. 

WASSENBERGH (Jan Abel), was born 18 January 1689 at Gro- 
ningen, where he died 17 July 1750. Studied with several 
masters, a. o. with Adr. van der Werff, at Rotterdam. Has worked 
in his native town. 

2611. Louisa Christina Trip (-1733). Wife of Gerard Sichterman. Seated, 
almost full length figure. ' ^^^ 

C. 67^ by 58 in., nat. size. sfl n /j) * J ^^ 

Signed at the bottom to the MX A I f) V ~ ^£ U •> 

right, on the door: C^i^^^^^y^^^^^ 
Bequeathed by pastor F. A. jj ^y C^ 

Reneman, Harlem 1898. — J- 

2611a. Adriaen Joseph Trip van Vredenburg (1687 — 1748). 
President of the Military Court of Justice "Stad'en Lande", at 
Groningen. Bust, seen three-quarters, turned towards the right. 

C. ov. 31 by 23 in., .nat. size. Signed to the left, at the bottom: y. A. 
Wassenbergh, iyi8. Presented by Jhr.W. F. Trip van Zoudtlandt, pastor, 1904. 

2611b. Johanna Boudina Gales ( — 1727). Second wife of the pre- 
ceding. Bust, seen three-quarters, turned to the left. 

C. ov. 31 by 23 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: J. A, 
Wassenbergh, 17 77. Same source as No. 2611a. 

2611c. The children Trip amusing themselves in the country. The 
youngest child is seated in a little cart drawn by a white horse. 
An inscription gives the names of the children as follows : Louis 
(172 1 — 1740), Vincent Bernardus (1723 — 1800) and Jan Lucas 

(1726— 1786). 

C. (irregular form), 37% by 42^ in., h. f. 20 in. Signed to the left : J. A. 
Wassenbergh iyjo. Same source as No. 2611a. 

WATERLO (Anthonie), was born at Lille in 1609 or 16 10; he lived 
• at Amsterdam until 1654, then settled for. a time at Leeuwarden 
and afterwards resided at Utrecht until his death, which occurred 
after 1676. E. 

2612. Forest scenery. (Attributed to this artist). 

C. 21 by 24% in. From the sale C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1881. 

WEENIX (Jan), was born in 1640 or 1644 at Amsterdam and died 
there 20 September 17 19. Pupil of his father, Jan Baptist Weenix. 
From 1664 to 1668 he lived at Utrecht and resided from 1702 
to 171 2 at Bensberg, as Court painter to the elector Palatine. E. 

2613. Portrait of a man. Full length, represented with a spaniel by 
his side. Behind him is a servant holding in his hand a letter, 



364 WEENIX. 




the address of which is partly legible : Mijnheer ...» 

heer A. Bronckhorst C . . . .sman tot Amsterdam, 

C. 34^ by 29 in., h. f. 4 in. 

Signed at the top to the left: 

Van der Hoop collection. 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2614. Dead game and implements of hunting. A 

hare hanging from the branch of a tree; on the ground a I 
feathered heads of game and hunting gear. In the backgrra 
a park. . 1 

C. 45 by 38 in., real size. Signed in the centre on the socle of the vai 
Sales Herman ten Kate, 1801, and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 180S. 

2615. Fruit and game. A few 

heads of game and various 
fruits. Seated on the socle 




of a vase ornamented with 1~ \Jl Q.^&'pnf*' 

sculptures, is a monkey at ^ J • ffyi^tSi ///{ 

whom a dog is barking. In 

the distance is seen a pleasure 

ground. 

C. 48^ by 39 in., real size. f \r A £L 

Signed to the left: / f SA ' 

Engraved by J. A. Boland. Sale Joan van der Marck, 1773. Cabinet van 

Heteren, 1809. 

2616. Dead game. (This picture is also known under the name of 
The country seat). In the distance a view of the mansion 
"Ryxdorp", near Wassenaar. In the foreground, by the side of 
a large vase, a few heads of game and a small barking poodle. 
C. 673)4 by 63 in., real size. Signed on the cover of the vase : 





ecmrX^fi/7/n . 



From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

2617. A study of game and fruit. A peacock and a goose by the 
side of various fruits; a little dog is barking at some birds that 
are flying away and at a parrot perched on a balustrade. 

C 54^4 by 67 in., real size. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2618. Dogs. A greyhound and a spaniel. (Painted in the style of Jan 
Weenix). 

C 33 by 40^4 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 2617. 

WEENIX (Jan Baptist), was born at Amsterdam in 1621 and died 
in the castle "Ter Mey", near Utrecht, in 1660. He was the 



son of John Weenix, architect, and studied under the guidance 
of Abr. Bloemaert and of Nic. Moeyaert. He resided in Italy 
from 1642 to 1646 and lived in his native town between 1647 



2b2Z. s view «. — __. 

c - 37^S *>y 30k in. Signed at the bottom to toe int. j 

Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

2623. Johan Hendrik Louis Meyer. Marine painter. Half length 
figure, seen in profile. See p. 218. 

Pap. I2& by 11 in., h. h. $\ in. Presented by Jhr. Victor de Stiiers, 1890. 

WEISSENBRUCH (Jan Hendrik), was born 30 November 1824 

at the Hague and died there 14 March 1903. He was the 

cousin of Johannes Weissenbruch. Studied under W. J. van Hove. E. 

2624. Landscape scenery near the "Geestbrug". View of a canal. 

M. 12'i, by 19^ in., h. f. \\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: J. Hendrik Weissenbruch f. 68. 
A replica of this picture, but on a much larger scale, is in the town- 
museum of the Hague. Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1888. 

2625. In the neighbourhood of Barbizon. Forest scene (painted in 1 899). 
C. 19 by 25H in. Signed: Barbiien and y. H. WcisstntTuch /. 
Purchased at a sale for the benefit of the society of painters " Pulchri 
Studio" at the Hague, 1900. 

2625a. The mill, situated on the bank of a small stream traversed by a 
bridge over which a herdsman is driving his cows. Cloudy weather. 

M. 16^ by II in., h. f. life in. Signed to the right: y. H. Weissenbruch f. 

Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, London 1903. 
262Sb. A landscape. In the foreground a small cottage on a heath 

and in the distance a view of undulating country. A deep blue 

sky with white fleecy clouds. 

O. 8^ by I3li in. Signed to the right: y. fl. Wehsen&rucli f. 

Some source as No. 2625a. 
WERFF (Adriaen van der>, was born at Kralinger-Ambacht, 21 

January 1659; died at Rotterdam, 12 November 1722. Was a 



$66 WERFF. 



pupil of Corn. Picolet and of Eglon Hendrik van der Neer. In 
1696 he was appointed Court painter to the Elector Palatine, by 
whom he was knighted. Worked as an architect at Rotterdam. M. 

2626. Portrait of the painter in rich attire, holding in his hand 
the portrait of his wife. Half length figure, turned towards the left. 

C. on O. 3214 by 26% 

in., nat. size. s-jf^ /6J /\j 

panel are the dates of ** JJ A 

the birth and death of 

the artist and those of his wife and daughter. Besides, there are seen 

two impressions of seals, one of his coat of arms and the other of his 

emblem. A replica of this picture is in the Uffizi palace at Florence. 

Sale Abr. Gevers Arnoutsz., Rotterdam 1827. . 

2627. Portrait of a painter. He is leaning over, the window ledge, 
his palette in one hand, pointing with the other towards a picture. 

O. 6% by 5 in., h. h. \\ in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : \J\, ^a/nueT* : y$t/yr ' j€C 
Purchased at the sale Gijsbert ** ** 

de Clercq, 1897, by the help of the Rembrandt Society. 

2628. Margaretha Rendorp (1673^1730.) Wife of Jan van de Poll. 
Half length figure, leaning over a balustrade, holding some 
flowers in her arms. • ■ , n , - r r r .r 

C.l9byi5i fi in.,h.h. 3 i4in.Signed:0cl n .vaT)cl ,r WCrff fee 16^2 

Presented by Jhr. J. S. R. van de Poll, 1885. 

2629. Two lovers. A young man and a young woman kissing, with 
two children watching them. ■ rr f 
M.i4^byii^in.,h.f,8in.Signedatthebottomtotheright: 3c/y v.Werff. J«c • 
Sale C. F. Roos & Co., Amsterdam, 1847. Van der Hoop A „ g ( 4 
collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1.885. 

2630. The deposition in the tomb. The Virgin Mary is taking the 
crown of thorns from the head of Christ, whilst Mary Magdalen 
is kissing his right hand. 
C. 40^ by 32% in., h. h. 4 in. ^ 
Signed at the bottom to the^ /f/f V 
left: KJ^lbTr®* 
Sale of the collection Adr. 
Paats, Rotterdam 171 3. 
Acquired by Count Jan van Wassenaar who sold it again to A. Brouwer. 
Sales: Bicker van Swieten, the Hague 1731 and Amsterdam 1868. 
Replicas of this picture are in the Museum of Munich and in the Museum 
Boymans, at Rotterdam. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2631. The Holy family. The Virgin is seated with the child on her 
knees which is extending his hands towards the bunch of cherries 
which Joseph offers him. 

O. 14^ by ni^ in., , _- ~ 

L^At! -A. V» d* WerfF f ■* y'li 

A replica of this picture is in the Hermitage. Sales Mrs. Lormier, the 
Hague 1763 and G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 




WKKNIX. 365- 




son of John Weenix, architect, anil studied under the guidance 
of Abr. Bloemaert and of Nic. Moevaert. He resided in ltalv 
from 1642 to 1646 and lived in his native town between 1647 
and 1649. ^\ 

2619. A white and black- 
haired goat in a 

recumbent position. 

<-•• 33 hy 52lt in. 

Signed on the background 

to the right: 

Sale J. 11. Cremer, Amsterdam 1887. 

2680. Dead game. A hind, cut open, suspended by the foot, the 
head lying on a plinth; to the right is seen the head of a 
sniffing dog and to the left a cat. 

C. 67 by 62^ in., real size. From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. 

WEISSENBRUCH (Johannes), was born 18 March 1822 at the 
Hague, where he died 15 February 1880. Was a pupil of 
S. L. Verveer. K - Z. 

2621. Gate of the town of Leerdam. 

t\ 3oi(4 by 41 in., h. f. standing, 3 in. 

Signed to the left, on the wall of a house: yan W'cisscnbruch /. 
. \ \<M\iircd at the exhibition held at Rotterdam in 1 8 70. 

2b22, View of the St. Denis church at Ltege. 

<*• 37 1 * by 30^4 in. Signed at the bottom to the left : y. Weisstnfa'uch J. 
Hequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

2623. Johan Hendrik Louis Meyer. Marine painter. Half length 
figure, seen in profile. See p. 218. 

Pap. 12*4 by 11 in., h. h. 3^ in. Presented byjhr. Victor de Stuers, 1S90. 

WEISSENBRUCH (Jan Hendrik), was born 30 November 1824 
at the Hague anil died there 14 March 1903. He was the 
cousin of Johannes Weissenbruch. Studied under B. J. van Hove, £. 

2624. Landscape scenery near the "Geestbrug". View of a canal. 

M. 12V4 by 19^ in., h. f. Ify in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: y. Hendrik lletestmhruck /. 6S, 
A replica of this picture, but on a much larger scale, is in the town- 
museum of the Hague. Lent by Mr. J. B. Westerwoudt, Harlem 1888. 

2625. In the neighbourhood of Barbizon. Forest scene (painted in 1 899). 

l\ 19 by 25 Vi in* Signed: fiarbiwn and y. H. Wcissenhruck /. 
Purchased at a sale for the benefit of the society of painters u Pulchri 
Studio" at the Hague, 1900. 

2625a. The mill, situated on the bank of a small stream traversed by a 
bridge over which a herdsman is driving his cows. Cloudy weather. 
M. i6V| by I a in., h. f, \\ in. Signed to the right: y. H, UcUscnfirttcJi /. 
Lent by Mr. J. C. J. Drucker, London 1903. 

2625b. A landscape. In the foreground a small cottage on a heath 
and in the distance a view of undulating country. A deep blue 
sky with white fleecy clouds. 

O. S% by 131^ in. Signed to the right: y. //. IftissenfirtH'k f. 
Same source as No. 2625a. 

WERFF (Adriaen van der), was born at Kralinger-Ambacht, 21 
January 1659; died at Rotterdam, 12 November 1722. Was a 



3 68 WERFR 




2643. Hendrick Nobel, Director of the E. I. Co., 1625. 

2644. Cla.es Maertensz. Thoveling, Director of the E. I. Co. 

2645. Joost van Coulster, Director of the E. I. Co., 1630. 

2646. Pieter Sonmans, Director of the E. I. Co., 1631. 

2647. Corn. Jansz. Hartigsvelt (—1641), Director of the E.I.Co.,1639. 

2648. Adriaen Besemer, Director of the E. I. Co., 1642. 

2649. Corn de Koningh, Director of the E. I. Co. 

2660. Jan van der Burght, Director of the E. I. Co., 1649. 

2651. Paulus Verschuur, Director of the E. I. Co., 1651. 

2652. Gerard van Bergen, Director of the E. I. Co., 1653. 

2653. Jabob Sonmanus (Sonmans), Director of the E. I. Co., 1657. 

2654. Willem Hartigsvelt, Director of the E. I. Co., 1657. 

2655. Johan de Reus, Director of the E. I. Co. 

2656. Corn, van den Bergh, Director of the E. I. Co. 

2657. Johan Hennekin (Hennequin), Director of the E. I. Co., 1664. 

2658. Jan Kievit, Director of the E. I. Co. 

2659. Johan de Vries, Director of the E. I. Co., 1667. 

2660. Corn, van Couwenhove, Director of the E. I. Co., 1667. 

2661. Adriaen Paets, Director of the E. I. Co., 1668. 

2662. Matth. van den Brouck, r*% r Or O 1 
Directorof the E.I.C., 1685. (Sic.) 1 : V WEITi leclt 

Signed to the right: ^_ 

2663 ' E a T b Co Dane ' Direct ° r ° f the P :v 'WERffjccit. 

Signed to the right : . 

2664. Dominicus Rosmale, Director ANNO I 7 O O 
of the E. I. 

2665. Sebastiaen Schepers, Director p fP P t 

%£%-. K L Co " ' 7 ° 2 ' P : v w e rn •. 1 e 

2666. Adriaen Paets, Director of the E. I. Co., 1703. Half length 
figure, seen full face. 

The above mentioned 27 names with the dates are painted on the original 
frames. They are not wholly accurate. With the exception of Nos. 2663, 
2664, 2665 and 2666, the Nos. running from 2640 to 2666 are copies 
by P. van der Werff and form a series of portraits (C. ov. 32^4 by 26^ in., 
nat. size, seen half length, the face turned towards the right) derived from 
the Offices of the Dutch E. I. Company, at Rotterdam. To this series 
also belong Nos. 279 and 281, the work of unknown artists as well as 
No. 1272, painted by Jean Humbert; No. 1564, by Jan de Meyer; Nos. 1776 
and 1777, by Dionys van Nymegen and No. 1939, by Jan Maurits Quinkhard. 

WEST (Johannes Hendrik van), was born 30 September 1803 
at the Hague, where he died in 1881. Pupil of C. Kruseman. 

2667. The love letter. A young woman, dressed in the costume of 
the Frisian peasantry, is leaving a house with a letter in her hand. 

v C. 16 by 13^ in., h. f. 10^ in. 

\ Signed at the bottom to the right: J. H. van West 1838. 

Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1 885. 



WESTENBERG. 369 



WESTENBERG (Pieter George), born at Nimeguen in i79i;died 
at Brummen, 26 December 1873. Pupil of Jan Hulswit. 

2668. View in Amsterdam, showing the building " Het Zeerechf ? 
on the " Buitenkant". A winter scene. 

C. 20^ by 26^1 in., h. f. 2 in. Signed on a millstone: P. G. Westenberg 18 xy. 
Purchased at the exhibition held at Amsterdam in 181 8. 

WESTERBEEK (Cornelis), born at Sassenheim, 13 April 1844; 
died at the Hague, 22 October 1903. Studied at the Art Academy 
of the Hague and in Hubert van Hove's atelier. 

2669. Cows on the edge of the water, a sunset view. 

C. 22% by 42^ in. Signed at the bottom to the right: C, Wester beek f 85. 
Bequeathed by Baron Reinhard van Lynden, 1899. 

WET (Gerrit de), probably a brother of Jacob de Wet the Elder. 
Worked at Harlem, where his name is found on the registers of 
the St. Luke's Guild. He settled afterwards at Leyden and died 
there in 1674. 

2670. Saul welcoming David after his victory over Goliath. 
At the gate of a town, Saul, accompanied by a numerous suite, 
is seen advancing towards David, •* / / */ 

a to * V5?£ ° h n f * e r und Q^yrtT.jifo 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ' 

From a sale at Fr. Muller's and Co., Amsterdam 1900. 

WET THE - ELDER (Jacob de), was born about 16 10 at Harlem 
and died there after 1671. He worked in that town. Pupil of 
Rembrandt. An ancestor of General de Wet. 

2671. Christ blessing the little children. 

Jesus is seated in front of a decayed 

building. 

O. 21% by 17% in., h. f. 4% in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1890. 

2672. The Assumption of the Virgin. Mary, supported by angels, 
is rising from her tomb. Round the scene are numerous figures 
in an attitude of adoration. (This work may also be from the 
hand of Jacob de Wet the Younger, who died at Amsterdam in 1697). 

C. 30 by 24^ in., h. f. 5^ in. r-9 

Signed in the centre, at the bottom of the altar: ~J :)#*V4j#f 

Bought of Roos & Co., Amsterdam 1900. ^ ^' 

WEVER (Cornelis). This artist worked in the latter part of the 
XVIII century at Amsterdam, where he was inscribed on the 
register of the St. Luke's Guild (society of painters), 7 March 
1778. After 1792 his name appears no longer on the registers. 

2673. Jan Maurits Quinkhard. Half length figure, almost full face, 
holding his palette in his hand. A 

C. 1914 by 16% in., h. h. 3^ in. /^G)jS 

To the right, on the back of a picture standing on (^ • A/(Pi/t*/7* 

an easel, is the inscription: y. M. Quinckhardt Act. * 

84 Suae, and signed: /O H*7 J 



J.d.wff 



Presented by Jhr. B. W. F. van Riemsdijk, 1890. 



370 . WEYDEX. 



WEYDEN (Rogier van der), born at Tournay towards 1400, died 
at Brussels 16 June 1464. He principally worked in the last 
named town, resided at Loiivain and also probably in Italy. 

2674. Charles the Bold (?) (1433 — 1477).. Duke of Burgundy. Copy 
by J. Berends after the original in the Museum at Brussels. 

M. i$iJ2 by 14^ in., h. h. 6*4 in. Presented by Mr. J. Berends, of Brussels. 

WEYERMAN (Jacob Campo), was born 9 August 1677 at Breda, 
where he was a pupil of Ferd. van Kessel ; went afterwards to 
Delft, where he studied under the direction of Thomas van der 
Wilt. He is principally known for his pamphlets and satires, and 
his "Life of the Painters". He died in prison at the Hague, 
in March 1747. 

2675. Flowers, arranged in a 6") () Q^ 5 StP Y*YYln T\ P 
glass jar placed on a table. ) iA/1 W V- / J / ' "- ' » ^ • 

O. 20^ by 1614 in. Signed at " 5U^^ 

the bottom to the right : —^■^ 

Presented by Jhr. Victor de Stuers, 1886. 

WHISTLER (James Abbott Mac Neill), born at Lowell (Mass.) 
..' in 1834; -died 11 July 1903, in London. Studied at Paris under 
Charles Gleyre. JE. 

2676. Effie Deans, the heroine of Sir Walter Scott's novel: "The 
Heart of Mid-Lothian". Whole length figure of a young girl, 
standing, seen in profile, turned towards the right. 

C. 2 yds 41^ in. by 36^2 in., nat. size. Signed to the right with a mono- 
gram. To the left is the quotation : She sunk her head upon her hand 
and remained symingly unconcious as a statue (The Heart of Mid-Lothian, 
Walter Scott). Presented by the Dowager Baroness K. van Lynden, nee 
Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

WIERINGA (N.), supposed to have worked in the second half of 
the XVII century, either in Friesland or in the province of 
Groninge,n. His known works are dated between 1647 and i66$- 

2677. Portrait of a supe- 
rior officer holding / :SS ^ S 
a small hatchet in his f ^ 
hand. Seen to the j «wA /* a ^ ft ^ "fl 
knees, turned towards ]i/\) \\\ I » i 
the right. 

^" 39 *2 by 3 2 m «) nat - s i ze - 
Signed at the bottom to 

the left: 

and dated: Ao MDCLXVIL Purchased at the sale Marius Vlierboom van 

Hoboken, Amsterdam 1896. 

WIERINGEN (Cornelis Claesz. van), born at Harlem, was in the 
Civic-Guard of his native town in 1600, where he died 17 October 
1643. E. 

2678. Spanish war vessels off the American coast. /r**sf 

C. 41 in. by 2 yds 9 in. C ° C^Y 

Signed close to the porthole of a vessel: ^ ^^ 

Formerly in the possession of Count C. M. E. G. van Bylandt, London. 
Sale held at Amsterdam in 1895. 




WILDENS. 371 



WILDENS (Jan),- was born in 1586 at Antwerp, where he died 
16 October 1653. Studied in his native town under Pie ter Verhulst. 

2679. A view of Antwerp. Seen from the landside, with numerous 
figures going towards the town and returning from it. 
C. 2 yds 5% in. by 4 yds., h. f. 7 in. Signed to the right on a railing : 



This painting was a commission from the municipal council of Antwerp > 
with its companion "Antwerp seen from the River side". For these two 
pictures the painter received, on 23d of May 1635, the sum of 600 guilders. 
Collections van Winter and Six van Hillegom. Sale held at Amsterdam, 
25 November 1851. Presented by Jhr. Dr. J. P. Six van Hillegom, 1852. 

WILLAERTS (Abraham), son and pupil of the painter Adam 
Willaerts ; he also studied at Paris under Simon Vouet after 
.having worked in the atelier of Jan van Bylert at Utrecht. He 
was admitted, in 1624, in the painters 7 guild of that town, where, 
after a long residence in Brazil and at Rome, he finally settled 
about 1660. 

2680. Baron Jacob van Wassenaer, lord of Obdam, (1616 — 1665), 
Lieutenant- Admiral. Half length figure, turned towards the right. 
After the engraving of Th. Matham. In the background a naval battle. 

O. I 5 1 k by 12 in., h. h. 4^ in. ^ 

Signed at the bottom to the right, on the balustrade: yy \)\) 

Sale M. C. van Hall, Amsterdam 1858. **~S L » >^. 

2681. Cornells Tromp, Lieutenant-Admiral. Half length figure, re- 
presented as a youth in the costume of a Roman and in the 
act of drawing his sword. In the background a fleet. ^ 

0. 15% by 13 in., h. h. 3% in. Signed on the background to the left : Ji <>**. 
Sale Heberle, Cologne 1894. ^^ ** ' ^ 

WILLAERTS (Adam), was born at Antwerp in 1577 ,• before 161 1 
he settled at Utrecht, where he died 4 April 1664'. 

2682. Sea-fight near Gibraltar, 25 April 1607. 

C. 36^4 in. by 2 yds 1^ in. pp 

Signed in the foreground to the right: /uTN ^//ll I /I Vf Q* 

Sale A. G. de Visser, the Hague 1881. '-*A-J * ^^^^J • 

2683. A mountainous coast. In the J 6 / 7 • 

foreground, three English war-ships; on the shore several 

fishermen, and on the summit of the 

mountains, two castles. -y-* c\ai\ Cf* / C 

O. 24^ by 4814 in., h. f. 4 fc in. J-*^ WLll(Zlft&' f 

Signed at the bottom in the centre : ++ 

Sale Raedt van Oldenbarneveldt, Am- 1 6 Z/ I 

sterdam 1900. ' 

2684. The beach. Along the shore several y/\%) * / 6 X % 
Dutch fishing smacks and men-of-war. 

(). 17^ by 3214 in. £. 

Signed at the bottom and to the right: -^ L' v?V ' CT 2 % 

and again in the centre : a ,* . 

Purchased in 1887. ^cl \X" \l LH V t S 



372 



WILLAERTS. 



2685. A storm at sea. A ship in danger on a rocky coast ; a whale 
is seen on the surface of the water. 

O. ov. 25^ by 34 in. ^^^ 

Signed on the side of a boat: \K\ \» ./ J>~ Jim j (/ 4 4 

Sale Raedt van Oldenbar- ^^\J * WILCZTTS J r 

neveldt, 1 901. 

WILLEBOIRTS (Thomas), called Bosschaert, born at Bergen- 
op-Zoom in 1614; died 23 January 1654, at Antwerp, where he 
had been a pupil of Gerard Seghers. E. 

2686. Venus arming Mars. This work is probably an allegorical 
composition painted in 1644 for Prince Frederick Henry. 

C. 2 yds 15 in. by 2 yds 16^ in., nat. size. (i 

Signed at the bottom to the right: | \*\//?[ I 

The name of T. Willebrord placed under the J yy 1 1 I 

original signature is inaccurate. A replica of this 

picture, attributed to Anth. van Dyck, is in the Palace of Sans-Souci, 

near Potsdam-. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. * 

WILLEMS (Winolt), see Wyllems, p. 378. 

WINGHE (Joos van), was born in 1544 at Brussels, where ha was 
appointed Court painter to the Duke of Parma; in 1584 he went 
to live at Frankfort-on-Mein, where he died in 1603. Visited Italy. 

2687. A nocturnal banquet and masquerade. A numerous company, 
among which are several masks, are feasting in an apartment by 
candle-light. 

O. 46*4 by 61 in., h. f. 19^4 in. Engraved with some modifications by 
J. Sadeler. Acquired from Colonel Schepeler, Aix-la-Chapelle 1839. 

WINTER (Abraham Hendrik), born at Utrecht in 1800; died at 
Amsterdam, 28 May 1861. Pupil of Pieter Christoffel Wonder. L- E. 

2688. A cattle pen, with sheep and goats. 

O. 16 by 20 in., h. animal, 2^ in. Signed: A. Winter F. 
From the Pavilion "Welgelegcn", Harlem 1885. 

2689. Johannes Petrus Schouburg (1798 — 1863), seated, seen to 
the knees. Stamp engraver for the Mint, at Utrecht. 

O. 9k by 7*4 in., h. h. 2 in. Presented by Mr. J. Ph. van der Kellen, 1900. 

WINTERHALTER (Francois Xavier), born at St. Blaise (Grand- 
Duchy of Baden), 20 April 1805; died at Frankfort-on-Mein, 
8 July 1873. He studied art at Munich under the direction of 
Karl-Joseph Stieler and was appointed painter to several Royal courts. 

2690. Queen Sophia-Mathilde of the Netherlands ( 1 8 1 8 — 1 877). Bust. 

C. 29^4 by 23^4 in., nat. size. Signed at the bottom to the left: F. 

Winter halter. This portrait, together with No. 1873, was presented by 

their Majesties King William III and Queen Sophia to Baron F. L. M. 

de Kock, Director of the Royal Cabinet. Presented by the family de Kock, 1897. 

WISSING (Willem), born at Amsterdam in 1656; died at Burleigh, 
10 February 1687. Worked in the Netherlands and in England. 

2691. Prince William III of Orange, seen to the knees, clothed in 

armour, a dog by his side. 
C. 52 by 391^ in., nat. size. Several repetitions of this picture are in 
existence, some duplicates by the painter himself, some copies by other 
artists. From the store-room of the Mauritshuis, 1876. 



WIT. 



373 




WIT (Jacob de), was born in 1695 at Amsterdam, where he became 
a pupil of Albert van Spiers. He principally worked in that 
town and died there 12 November 1754. Was also a pupil of 
Jacob van Hal, at Antwerp. £. 

2692. Science. An allegorical composition. 

C. 3 yds 8 in. by 41^ in. 

Signed to the right, on a portfolio: 

This picture was formerly in the Directors' room 

of the Academy of Arts in the " Oude-Mannen- 

Huis". Presented by Jhr. H. Six van Hillegom 

to the town of Amsterdam. 

Lent to the Museum since 1885. 

2693. Moses chosing the seventy Elders. 

O. 12^4 by 28% in., h. f. 4^ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Sketch made for the large painting which is 

in the Moses room of the Royal palace at Amsterdam. Purchased at 

Rotterdam in 1898. 

2694. Navigation. An allegorical com- 
position. In the centre the figure 
of a woman surrounded by the 
emblems of navigation. On the . , _ . f • ■ « 

clouds little angels representing ^■"-" r '$ I lp {/]// }^\ 
the winds. ^C-S y £•£ x 

C. 44% by 43^ in., h. h. 6^ in. ) 

Signed at the bottom in the centre: ^ ■ S 

From the Colonial store-room, Amster- /^^3S 

dam 1831. ^-^ 

2695. Apollo sitting in glory on the clouds, with Minerva and 
the nine Muses. Ceiling. 

C. circular form, diam. 4 yds 24 in., nat. size. Signed : Dc Wit. 
Placed in room 332 of the u Fragmentengebouw". 
Lent by Chevalier A. L. E. de Stuers, 1898. 

WITHOOS (Matthias), was born in 1627 at Amersfoort, where he 
was a pupil of Jacob van Campen; settled afterwards at Hoorn, 
and died there in 1703. Studied also at Rome, under the 
guidance of Otto Marseus van der Schrieck. 

2696. A port on the Zuyderzee. Probably meant for Hoorn. In 
the foreground various kinds of fish. ^^ 

C. 26 by 40% in. Signed at the bottom J^XlV^i'tifoC^ j G> $~ 

to the right, towards the centre: 

Purchased at the sale Raedt van Oldenbarneveldt, Amsterdam 1900. 

WITTE (Emanuel de), was born at Alkmaar in 161 7, went after- 
wards to live at Amsterdam, where he is known to have resided 
in 1655; he died there in 1692. Was a pupil of Evert van 
Aelst at Delft where he worked from 1642 to 1649. 

2697. The interior of a gothic church. Lower South side taken 
from the choir and seen in perspective. In the foreground an 
open grave by the side of which stands the gravedigger, in 



374 WITTE. 



conversation with another figure. In the distance are seen the 
painted windows. In this work the artist has combined parts of 
the "Oude Kerk*' of Amsterdam with parts of the "Nieuwe 
Kerk". The general aspect is that of the New Church; the 
columns of the choir and the stalls are taken from the Old Church. 

C. 48 by 41 in., h. f. 8 in. Acquired from A. Brondgeest in 1843. 
Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2698. Interior of a gothic church. A small organ is placed against 
a pillar; in the foreground a gravedigger talking to a visitor. 

(). 18^ by i 4 £ in., h. f. 2^ in. %W///> 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ^ ' Js C •^*Zr 

Purchased at the sale G. van der Pot, /f°g /% ~? *J 
Rotterdam 1808. A. / (J 7 / 

2699. The choir of the " Nieuwe Kerk" at Amsterdam, showing 
the tomb of de Ruyter. 
C. 4 8^by 4 i%in., 

h. f. 7 in. Signed 

in the foreground 

to the right: 

Painted in 1683, on commission, for Baron Engel de Ruyter. 

Part of the collection de Ruyter, acquired in 1895. 

WOLFERT (Jan Baptist), baptized at Antwerp, 15 November 1625 ; 
died after 1656. Worked after 1647 at Harlem. 

2700. The piper. A shepherd and 
shepherdess in an Italian land- 
scape ; the player is seated at 







the foot of high trees. 
C. 29*12 by 27^ in., h. f. 9V2 in. 
Signed in the foreground: 
Presented by Dr. A. Bredius, 1889. 

WOLFF (Benjamin), born at Dessau in 1759, (iieci at Amsterdam, 
25 October 1825. From 18 14 he was one of the keepers of the 
National Museum of paintings, at Amsterdam. SeeTiziano, p. 324. 

WONDER (Pieter Christoffel), was born 10 January 1780 at Utrecht, 
where he settled after completing his studies at Dusseldorf. He 
resided in London from 1824 to 1831 and died at Amsterdam, 
12 July 1852. E. 

2701. Time, represented under the figure of Saturn kneeling. 

C. 49 by 42^ in., nat. size. Signed in the foreground to the right: P. C. 
Wonder F. 1810. * Bequeathed by the artist, 1853. 

WOUTERSZ. (Johan), was born at Oudewater and received the 
Burghership of Amsterdam, 11 September 1542. 

2702. The intendant's office. Two men and a woman, the latter 
with a child on her knees, are seated at a table in animated 
conversation. Figures seen half length. 

(\ 30 by 42*2 in., o % 

SS'^fSSft"! MUM*: 1 wovte v« ,, 

Sale J. H. Cremer, Amsterdam 1886. 



2632. A. van der Weiff. 2626. A. van der Werff. 



2719. Philips Wouw, 



2697. E. eie Wilte. 



WOUWERMAN. 375 



WOUWERMAN (Jan), baptized 30 October 1629 at Harlem and 
buried in that town 1 December 1666. Pupil of his father, Paulus 
Joosten Wouwerman, and of his brother, Philips Wouwerman. 

2703. A piebald horse. It is standing on a piece of raised ground 
in a landscape close to a cottage. A man is giving it to drink. 

O. 1414 by 16^ in., h. f. 4.1/4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left: ~\ \JJ 

From the sale Fred. Muller & Co., 1900. ^ * 

WOUWERMAN (Pieter), a Dutch artist, baptized at Harlem, 13 
September 1623; buried at Amsterdam, 9 May 1682. Pie imitated 
the style of his brother Philips. 

2704. Assault on the town of Coevorden, 1672. f/J 

C 25^4 by 3i» 4 in., h. f. 3^ in. l^A A J M 

Signed at the bottom to the right: (yO ] •Sl/lT*. 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. — ' 

2705. A hunting party. Near an imposing structure a brilliant company 
gathered for the chase. s-\ 

C. 26 by 31^4 in., h. f. on horseback, 6 in. f / J 
Signed to the left on a stone in the road : \L J 

Sale D. G. van der Burg van Kronenburg, Loenen 1824. /J +'S>CS 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1850. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. ^ 

2706. The garrison of a town marching past Prince Frederick 
Henry, accompanied by his staff. (Painted in the style of 
Pieter Wouwerman). 

C. 54^ in. by 2 yds 7*4 in., h. f. on horseback, 12^ in. 
Purchased at Brussels in 1899. 

WOUWERMAN (Philips), was baptized 24 May 16 19 at Harlem, 
worked in that town and died there 19 May 1668. Studied under 
his father, Paulus Joosten Wouwerman, and perhaps also under 
Pieter Cornelisz. Verbeecq. 

2707. Fight between peasants and soldiers, in a mountainous 
region close to farmsteads. 

C. 26 by 30^4 in., h. f. 4% in. Signed at the bottom %)gA 

to the left with the painter's monogram : ^v^zL ^6^ 

Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. ^ 

2708. The victorious peasants, putting to death the soldiers whom 
they have taken by surprise. r~\ 

C o'a Viv ?r»3/. in In. f aSI. in. f -J* 



C. 24 by 30^4 in., h. f. 4*4 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 



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2709. The camp. A row of tents near which some soldiers are reposing 
and others amusing themselves; close by a trooper in armour 
and a trumpeter on horseback. 

O. 14^ by 16^ in., h. f. on horseback, 5^4 in. 

Signed at the bottom to the left : 

Engraved by J. de Visscher, G. Texier and W. Unger. 

Was in 1792 in the possession of J. B. P. Lebrun, Paris. Bought at 

Amsterdam in 1856. Bequest I,. Dupper Wz., 1870. 




376 WOUWERMAN. 



2710. The kicking white horse. The animal, mounted by a cavalier is 
kicking and has thrown down a woman carrying a basket. Several 
horsemen and pedestrians witness the scene. ^^ 

O. 14^ by I9 1 /! in., h. f. 3% in. Signed at the bottom to the left : Wf% y/ 

Sale of Mrs. Boreel, Amsterdam 1814. J 4Ln/v 

2711. Landscape. On a hillock by the side of a river, a rural 
dwelling with a sign-post. ^ 

O. 9*4 by ii 1 ^ in., h. f. I in. Signed at the bottom to the left : jMfXX/ 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. ' 

2712. The stag hunt. A stag, pursued by a party of hunters is 
caught up by the dogs on the brink of the water and dragged 
by them before one of the sportsmen. /> 

COP. 11 by 13% in., h. f. on horseback, i* 4 in. P(fi VS/ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: cA22-*.W 

Sales Jacob de Wit, Antwerp 1741; Mrs. Lormier, the Hague 1763 and 
Nic. Nieuhoff, the Hague 1777. From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2713. The riding school, near a country seat. In the foreground a 
rider on a white horse; a woman, carrying a child in her arms, 
is moving out of the way of a backing animal. ^^ 

C. 19 by 24% in., h. f. 3^ in. CA I 

Signed at the bottom to the right: r~ZP ^^v 

Same source as No. 2712. J *—** 

2714. The heron-hunt. In view of a town, situated on the border 
of a lake in a level country, a large party of ladies and gentlemen 
on horseback are assembled for the chase. s-*k . 

COP. 10^ by 11^ in., h. f. on horseback, 1^4 in. fJcS 

Signed at the bottom to the right: j «V) *\^(S 

Engraved by B. A. Dunker. Sales: Choiseul, ^^ ciy ^^ 
Paris 1772; F. de Conti, Paris 1779; Tolozan, Paris 1801 and G. van 
der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. 

2715. The farrier. He is seen in his forge shoeing a horse ; standing 
near are other horses which have been taken out of a cart. 

C. 24% by 21% in., h. animal 3% in. 



Signed at the bottom to the right: / v(5 - \SS 

Sale G. van der Pot, Rotterdam 1808. ^/~>K/ *^^ 

2716. Watering horses. A man on horseback has led his animal 
to the bank of a large stream under the walls of a town, to 
make it drink. He also holds a white horse by the bridle. 
Near them several figures and horses. •— *v 

(). 13^ by 16^ in., h. f. on horseback, 4.14 in. /^^7^ 

Signed at the bottom to the left: f / — jf ^OC/ 

From the National Museum, the Hague 1808. ^-^ **Q~ ^ 

2717. Watering horses. On the bank of a river in the foreground, 
women are engaged rinsing clothes, whilst horsemen are leading 
their animals to drink. ,-^ 

C). 18 by 25^ in., h. f. on horseback, 31^ in. H^'^^C/ 

Signed at the bottom to the right : ^ *•" ^^ 

Sales at Paris: Calonne, 1788; B. West, 1820; J. Baschard, 1826, and T. 
Bonnemaison, 1827. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 



WOUWERMAN. 377 



2718. The camp. In front of tents decked with banners, are troopers 
and horses ; at a little distance are some army-supply waggons. 

O. 16^ by 19^ in., h. f. 4 in. Acquired from A. Brondgeest in 1834. 
Same source as No. 2717. 

2719. Landscape. A cluster of trees growing on a sandy hill, by the 
side of a river ; along the road, at the foot of the hill, a cottage 
and several figures. 

C 24% by 31% in., h. f. 2% in. (Jfc \Vf 

Signed at the bottom to the left: /*■*• v 

Sale of the Duchesse de Berry, London 1837. Same source as No. 2717. 

2720. The white horse, standing on a hill close to a pollard ; a little 
boy is holding it by the bridle; from behind the hill appears 
the silhouette of a man in a sitting posture. 

O. 17^ by 15 in., h. animal, 4% in. Signed in the foreground : (2s v y> 
Sale Dirk Versteegh, Amsterdam, Nov. 1823. Coll. W. F. « ri ^^ 
van Lennep at Amsterdam. Sale Messchert van Vollenhoven, Amsterdam 
1892, with the pecunary assistance of the Rembrandt Society, 1894. 

WTTENBROECK (Moses van), born towards 1590, died at the 
Hague in 1648. In 1620 he entered the St. Luke's Guild at the 
Hague, of which he became dean in 1627. E. 

2721. Pan and Syrinx in an Arcadian landscape with clusters of trees. 

O. 23^ by 20 in., h. f. 5 in. ~ - 

Signed in the foreground to the right: /•'/ • V.\X/ 

From a sale J. Hollender, Brussels 1888. 

WTTEWAEL (Joachim), was born in 1566 at Utrecht, where he 
died 13 August 1638. Was a pupil of his father Anthonie 
Wttewael and of Joos de Beer. He spent four years travelling 
in France and Italy. (~~* A 

2722. St. Marc. Bust. (j) r \>[pm <~\*?atf fecit 

C. 26^ by l 9 * 4 in., nat. size. Q J l/UIL V^a^J J I C '/ 

Signed to the left: ^— - * 

Companion to the following No. Purchased in 1897. 

2723. St. Luke. Bust. 

C. 26^4 by 19^ in., nat. size. Companion to the preceding No. Acquired in 1897. 

2724. Meeting between David and Abigail. A wooded landscape 
with numerous figures. 

C. 39 by 51% in., h. f. 15^ in. Dated at the bottom to the 
right: An° 159J and "r 

££..1*85. Y WTF\<//\ELFFCIT 

2725. The annunciation to the shepherds. 

C 67 by 53% in., h. f. 3 ^iii. 
Signed at the bottom towards 
the centre: 



$ "y}(t 'T&acffc 



This painting is most likely N^ a 

the identical picture described r \S 

by Karel van Mander. Purchased at a sale Fr. Muller & Co., 1 899. 

WULFRAET (Mathijs), was born 1 January 1648 and worked at 
Amsterdam, where he died in 1727. He was a pupil of Arent 
Diepraem and resided for a short time at Frankfort. 



WULFRAET. 



J/f&/$pa*{. 

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(£}PpdC 



2726. Portraits of a man and his wife. The lady is seated i 
table covered with a cloth of 
Eastern make, the husband 
standing behind her. 
C. 24*4 by 21 in., h. h. 2 1 * in. Sigurd 
at the bottom in the centre; 
Bequeathed by J. M. Schelhval 
Zwolle 1900. 

WUCK (Thomas), was born : 

Hevenvijk, probably in 1616, and buried 19 August 1677 at 
Harlem, where he had taken up his residence before 1643. 
Pupil of Pieter van Laer at Rome. E. 

2727. The alchymist, seated at a desk ; a young 
boy is handing him an earthenware pot. 

O. I7 l i by I5"i in., h. f. boy, 4*4 in. 

Signed at the bottom in the centre; 

Sales; D. G. van der Burg van Kronenburg, l.oenen 1824. Cabinet 

J. Romboitts, 1850. Bequest 1-. Dupper Wi, 1870. 

2728. A cottage interior. A woman is seated at her spinningwheel ; 
a child near her, seated on a high chair, is playing with s 

O. 14^ by 13I4 in., h. f. seated 6 in. 
Signed at the bottom to the left: 
Acquired from J. van Ravenxwaar, Hilver 

2729. View of a Levantine port. Under a high gate are. displayed 
all kinds of wares. 

C. 28ij by 2314 in., h. f. 4 >i in. 

Signed to the left on a chest; 

From the collcciiim wm Winter, Amsterdam. 

Bequeathed by Mrs. Insinjjer. nee van Loon, 1 

WIJCKERSLOOT (Jan 
van), became in 1658 

master of the college Signed at the top to 

of painters at Utrecht lhe "g h,: 

and in 1670 its dean. . a -*- 

2730. Portrait of a lady. /\ ■* 1 OfO 
Bust. In the background 

thefamilycoatof arms: t \X/ . 

n. 2b\ by '23V in>. nat. * ' 

size. .Sale Ml van' Galen, 

2731. An allegorical composition. A party of men are playing at 
cards on a- cradle in which., J in stead of a baby a man is lying 
with a erown on his head. (Attributed to this painter). 

C. 38', by 47*4 in., h. h. S*, in. Acquired at the anctionroom Roos, 
Amsterdam. ; Squembe: iS66, :l. bsii>« the wnrk nf J. van Wvckersloot, 
Ad 1672. Presented by J. J. van T.iqreuenb'ergen, 1S82. 
WYLLEMS or WILLEMS (Winolt), of Rinsumageest ; he settled 
in 1604 at Leeuwarden. 



WYLLEMS or WILLEMS. 379 



2731a. Portrait of a youth. He is standing by the side of a table, 
covered with a cloth of many colours, on (itl * 

whiclTare lying some books; in his right ,j4il TAXIS* 
hand he holds a hat. ^ - .^^ // 

O. 16^ by 12^ in., h. f. ^ '' 



O. 16% by 12^ in., n. t. / ^\,-V If ~ ^— v I O 

: f 3 \r.£ ed on the leg " <wt Items Q> ' I 



A similar picture is in the possession of Baron Sirtema J t y Qq O 

van Grovestins, at the Hague. 

Purchased through the Rembrandt Society, 1904. 



WYNANTS (Jan), was born towards 1625 at Harlem and worked 
in that town till about 1660; he settled afterwards at Amsterdam 
and is supposed to have died there after 18 August 1682. 

2732. The farmhouse. The front of the house is seen in the fore- 
ground standing out against the rich foliage of large trees. 

O. \\\ by 14^ in., h. f. \\ in. Signed *—m 

in the foreground towards the centre: rS-/ • O^ t/^-^1/1 f^j 

Lithographed by A. C. Cramer Nz. ^>C ^ omO' 

Engraved by W. Unger. Sale Mrs. Bicker, Amsterdam 1809. 

2733. Landscape. Hilly and wooded scenery. Near the fertile slope 
of a sandhill are the figures of some persons among whom is 
a horseman watering his animal at a brook. The figures are by 
J oh. Lingelbach. 

O. 9^ by 12 in., h. f. on horseback, 1^ in. C-a J r\ %) 

Signed at the bottom to the right: rfj • (V* 

Sale J. de Vos, 1833. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2734. Landscape. Mountainous scenery. In the foreground, along a 
road at the foot of a scandy hill, a man is travelling on horse- 
back. The figures are by Adr, van de Velde. 

C. 9^ by 11^4 in., h. f. i\ in. <n \w 

Signed at the bottom to the right: cJ^Yf 

Sale jhr. J. Goll van Frankenstein, Amsterdam 1833. ^^ 

Cabinet J. Rombouts, 1S50. Bequest L. Dupper Wz., 1870. 

2735. A landscape with cattle. A wide road, at the foot of a sandy 
hill, on which a drove of cows and sheep are proceeding. 

O. \o\ by 13^ in., h. animal, \\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: . J-GAfi/riCilt'is 

Sale G. H. Trochel, Amsterdam 1801. ^^ -*~*S 

From the National Museum, 1808. 

2736. Landscape. Hilly country. In the foreground a party of sports- 
men with their dogs. To the left a piece of rising ground, with 
a cluster of trees, near a fence. •-■■7" 

C. 26% by 24^4 in., h. f. 3*4 in. r^J^S^VilTl CHI f * 

Signed at the bottom to the left: \~S s~jL L 

Van der Hoop collection. G^*- 

Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1 885. 

2737. View in the sandhills. A sportsman in the foreground and 



380 WYNANTS. 



in the distance a country mansion. The figures are by Adriaen 

van de Velde. 

C. 14% by 13% in., h. f. \\ in. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

From the Cabinet van Heteren, 1809. 

2738. Landscape. A man, mounted on a mule, 

is proceeding along a road skirting masses of rocks edged with 
trees. 



o>? 



Q£ 



C. \i\ by 14*4 in., h. f. 2 in. £Zs <%A>iinfiri4*£ 

Signed at the bottom to the right: Cr^ WylllMnOg 



Bought with the following No. at a sale held 

at Amsterdam in 1836. Van der Hoop collection. Lent by the town of 

Amsterdam, since 1885. 

2739. Landscape. In the foreground a stagnant pool overgrown with 
reeds ; in the middle distance a sandy hill planted with oak trees, 
showing logs of felled wood between, and at its foot a road 
animated with some figures. 



C. n^ by 13^ in., h. C\\ in. _^L QfifurLaTltf 

Purchased with the preceding No. at a sale J 



Signed at the bottom to the right: ^-/ y ^ y J (>(*<) 



held at Amsterdam in 1836. Van der Hoop collection. 
Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 1885. 

WYNANTS and LINGELBACH. See Lingelbach, Nos. 1476 and 2733. 

WYSMULLER (Jan Hendrik), born in 1855 at Amsterdam, where 
he is residing. E* 

2740. A view of old Amsterdam. A wide ditch near the "Baarsjes". 

C. 23^4 by 39% in. Signed at the bottom to the right: J. If. Wysmuller. 
Presented by the heirs of Mr. A. J. Potter, Amsterdam 1901. 

ZAGANELLI DA COTIGNOLA (Bernardino), was born at 
Cotignola between 1450 and 1460; he resided at Ravenna until 
1 5 10. His works bear traces of the influence of Rondinelli, the 
imitator of Giovanni Bellini. 

2741. The Holy women mourning over Christ. St. John and 
Joseph of Arimathea are looking on. Along a road, at the foot 
of mount Golgotha, soldiers on horseback are returning to 
Jerusalem. 'A view of the open grave to the right. 

Poplar, 27V4 by 24% in., h. f. 13^ in. 

Sale Count Rasponi of Ravenna, held at Amsterdam, 1883. 

ZEEMAN, called Reinier Nooms, See Nooms, p. 244. 

ZIEM (Felix), born at Beaume, 25 February 1821; is living at Paris. 

2742. Moorish oarsmen. In the distance a view of Constantinopel. 

C. 26^ by 5414 in., h. f. 7^ in. Signed to the right: Ziem. Presented 
by the Dowager Baroness R. van Lynden, nee Baroness van Pallandt, 1900. 

ZIESENIS (Johann Georg), was born at Copenhagen in 17 16 
and died at Hanover in 1777. Became in 1768 a member of 
the St. Luke's Guild at the Hague, where he painted for the Court. 

2743. William V, Prince of Orange. Half length figure. 

C. 36*4 by 28 in., nat. size. 

From the store-room of the Royal Cabinet of paintings. 



V 



ZIESENIS. 381 



2744. William V, Prince of Orange. Standing, seen to the knees ; 
his three-corned hat and his walking stick in his right hand. 

C. 56^4 by 41 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 2743. 

2745. William V, Prince of Orange. Represented to the knees, 
wearing a breast-plate. 

C. 44 *a by 36 in., nat. size. Same source as No. 2743. In the Dutch Museum. 

ZWAERDECROON (Bernardus), was born in 16 17 at Utrecht, 
where he died 16 October 1654. 

2746. Francois Leydecker. Burgomaster of Tholen. 
Half length figure, turned towards the right. 

O. 29^ by 23^ in., nat. size. 

Signed at the bottom to the right: 

Presented by Jhr. J. H. F. K. van Swinderen, 1884. 

2747. Digna de Maets. Wife of the former. 
Half length figure, full face. 

O. 29 ^ by 23^4 in., nat. size. 

Signed to the left: 

Same source as No. 2746. 




MINIATURES. 



ANONYMOUS WORKS. 

Member 8 of the House of Orange-Nassau, 

2748. Philip William, Prince of Orange (1554— 1618). 

Ca. ov. iV% by i^ in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2749. Amelia of Solms (1602— 1675). 

Ca. ov. 2 by 1 ^ in. In an octogonal crystal case with a ring in blue enamel. 

At the back of the miniature is the inscription : Allegorie op haar overlijden. . 

(Allegory on her death). Same source as No. 2748. 

2750. William II (1626 — 1650). Stadtholder, wearing a black breast- 
plate and the blue ribbon of an order. 
Ca. ov. 1^ by 1 in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2751. William III (1650 — 1702). As a young man. Wearing the 
blue ribbon of the Garter. 
Ca. ov. 1 by ^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2752. Henry Casimir II (1657 — 1696). Stadtholder of Friesland. 
Wearing a cuirass. 

Ca. ov. 2 by i^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2753. John William Friso (1687— 171 1). Stadtholder of Friesland, 
wearing a cuirass and an ermine cloak. 
Ivory ov. 3^ by z\ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2754. The same, wearing a cuirass and an ermine cloack. 

Ca. \\ by 1^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2755. William IV (1711 — 1751). Stadtholder, clad in a cuirass. 

Ivory, 2 by i^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2756. The same, wearing a cuirass. 

Ivory, 2 by \\ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2757. The same, wearing a cuirass. 

Ivory, 1 by ^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2758. Anna of Brunswick (1709 — 1759). Princess Royal of England, 
wife of Prince William IV. 
Ivory ov. 1^4 by 1% in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2759. William IV (?). As a child, wearing the blue ribbon of an order. 

Ca. ov. \\ by 1*4 in. Same source as No. 2748. 



MINIATURES (ANONYMOUS WORKS). 383. 

2760- Augusta-Mary-Caroline (?) (1743 — 1787). Princess of Orange, 
daughter of William IV. 

Ivory ov. i 1 ^ by. 1 in. In a frame of gold inlaid with pearls surmounted 
by a bow also studded with pearls. A small monument bearing the 
letter C, painted and embroidered on a piece of parchment, is affixed to 
the back of the portrait. Same source as No. 2748. 

2761. William V (1748— 1806). Stadtholder. 

Ivory ov. 1^ by i>fe in. In a gold case shaped like a garter on which 
is engraved the motto : Honi soit qui maly pense. Some source as No. 2 748* 

2762. The same. 

Ivory ov. \\ by 1 in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2763. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina (1747 — 1837). Princess of Prussia 
and wife of William V, seated. 

Ivory, 2 by 3 in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2764. The same, in early womanhood, seen to the knees. . 

Ivory, 4^ by 3 in. Same, source as No. 2748. 

2765. Frederica-Louisa-Wilhelmina (1 770 — 1 819). Princess of Orange,, 
daughter of Prince William V. (She became afterwards the 
wife Of Charles-George of Brunswick.) Represented as a child,, 
seated on a cushion. 

Ivory circular form, diam. 2% in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2766. The same, as a child. 

Ivory 1 by ^ in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2767. William Frederick (1772— 1843). Afterwards King William L 
As a child. 

Ivory ov. I by % in. Same source as No. 2748. 

2768. William-George-Frederick (1774— 1799). Son of William V. 
As a child. 

Ivory ov. 1 by. % in. Safare source a^ Nc\ "2748. 

2769. The same, clad in regimentals. 

Ivory \\ by ^4 in. Intended for the bezel of a ring. Acquired by the Museum. 

2770. King William II (1792— 1849). ^ n tne uniform of a general. 

Ivory ov. 2 by \\ in. Purchased in 190 1. 

Members of the Royal families of England and Scotland* 

2771. Edward VI, King of England (1537 — 1553). At the age 
between 2 and 3 years. 

Ca. ov.- 2 by I \ in. In a silver ease. From the Mauritsliuis. 

2772. The same, a little older. 

Ca.- ov. 1*4 by 1% in. In a silver case; Same source as No. 2771. 

2773. The same, .about 10 years old. 

Ca. ov. 2 by ity in. In a silver case. Same source as No. 2771. 

2774. Mary Stuart, Queen of .Scots.. (?). (.1542— 1587). As a girl,. 

wearing a toqtfet with plumes. 

Ca. ov. 2 by i% in. -In a silver case. * Same source as No. 2771. 

2775. The same, wearing a black head-dress. 

Ca. circular' form, diam. i^ in. .In a silver case. Same source as No. 2771. 

2776. Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley (1546—1567). Consort of 

Queen Mary Stuart. ... 

Ca. ov. 2 by iig in. ^n a silver case. Same source as No. 2771. 



384 MINIATURES (ANONYMOUS WORKS). 

2777. Charles II, King of England (1630— 1685). As a child. 

Ca. ov. 1^4 by I in. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2771. 

2778. The same, as a youth ; in a black cuirass. 

Ca. ov. 2 by 1^4 in. In a blue enamelled gold case. Same source as No, 2771. 

2779. A Princess in an ermine cloak, probably a member of the 
Royal family of England. 

Ivory ov. 1 by ^ in. In a gold case with two handles enamelled in blue 
and other colours. Same source as No. 2771. 

2780. George, Prince of Denmark. Consort of Queen Anne of 
England; on the other side is the portrait of his wife. (Both 
still young). 

Ivory ov. i\ by 1 in. In a gold frame. Same source as No. 2771. 

2781. Anne, Queen of England. In every respect identical to the 
preceding No. 

Ivory ov. 1^ by 1 in. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2771. 

2782. The same, identical to the foregoing No. 

Same source as No. 2771. 

2783. Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales (1707 — 1751). Son of 
George II. 

Ca. ov. 3 by 2^ in. Same source as No. 2771. 

2784. George III, King of England (1738— 1820). 

Ivory circular form, diam. 1 in. Painted in sepia, in a broad enamelled 
frame, on which are the words : Long live the King, Same source as No. 2771 . 

2785. A daughter of George III (?). 

Ivory ov. I by ^ in. Same source as No. 27 7 1. 

2786. A daughter of George III (?), King of England. 

Ivory ov. 1 by \ in. Same source as No. 2771. 

Members of the Royal house of France. 

2787. Louise de Savoie, duchesse d'Angoul6me (1476— 1532). Mother 
of Francis I. With the inscription: LOVtSE DVCHESSE 
DENGOVLESME. 

Vellum, 3*4 by 7.\ in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2788. Henry II, King of France (15 18 — 1559). Copy made in the 
XVIII century. 

Ca. ov. 3% by 3 in. Same source as No. 2787. 

2789. Henry I, of Lorraine. Duke of Guise, surnamed the "Balafr6" 
(1550-1588). 

Ca. ov. 2^ by 2 in. In a silver case. Same source as No. 2787. 

2790. Louis XVI, King of France (1754— 1793). 

Ivory circular form, diam. 3 in. Same source as No. 2787. 

Members of various Imperial and Royal families* 

2791. Don Juan of Austria. Governor of the Netherlands, 

Ca. ov. 2 by 1 ^ in. In a silver case. From the Mauritshuis. 

2792. Francis I, Emperor of Austria (1768 — 1835). 

Ivory ov. 1^ by 1*4 in. Same source as No. 2791. 

2793. Alexander I, Emperor of Russia (1777 — 1825). 

Ivory 3 by 1 ^ in. Same source as No. 2791. 



MINIATURES (ANONYMOUS WORKS). 385 



2704, Christina, Queen of Sweden (1626 — 1689). 

Ca. ov. i^i by 1^ in. In a case enamelled with blue flowers and 
surmounted by a crowned monogram. Same source as No. 2791. 

2795. Christian V, King of Denmark (1646— 1699). 

Ivory ov. 1 by ^ in. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2791. 

Various* 

2796. Don Louis de Haro (?) (1598 — 1661). Minister and favorite 
of Philip IV of Spain. 

Ivory 1^1 by 1% in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2797. Portrait of a man of the time of Charles I (English school). 

Ca. ov. 3^ by 2^ in. In a gold case attached to a ring. Same source as No. 2796. 

2798. The marquise de Sgvigng (1626— 1696). (French School). 

Ca. ov. 1^ by I in. Same source as No. 2796. 

2799. Francoise d'Aubigng, marquise de Maintenon (?) (1635 — 
17 19). (French School). 

Ca. ov. 1^4 by i 1 ^ in. In a silver case. Same source as No. 2796. 

2800. Hortense Mancini, duchesse de Mazarin (1639 — 1715). 

(French School). 

Parchment ov. \\ by 1^ in. Same source as No. 2796. 

2801. Portrait of a man, in a blue cloak bordered with ermine and 
wearing over his cuirass the ribbon of the Holy Ghost. Beginning 
of the XVIII century. 

Ca. ov. 1 by ^ in. Same source as No. 2796. 

2802. Portrait of a man wearing a cuirass. (About 1700). 

Ca. oy. I^ by I in. 

In a chased case. Presented by Mr. H. A. G. E. van Kempen, Amsterdam. 

2808. Pieter van Bleiswijk (?) Grand pensionary from 1772 to 1787. 

Ca ov. i\ by 1% in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2804. Jan Bernd Bicker (1746— 18 12). 

Ivoiy ov. 2 by 1^ in. 

Bequest Bicker, 1881. Lent by the town of Amsterdam, since 18S1. 

2805. Catharina Six (1752 — 1792). Wife of the preceding. 

Ivory ov. 2 by 1^ in. Same source as No. 2804. 

2806. Portrait of a young lady from the time of Louis XV. 
(French School). 

Ivory ov. 2^ by 2 in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2807. Portrait of a young lady, end of the XVIII century. 

Ivory circular form, diam. 7.\ in. Same source as No. 2806. 

2808. Portrait of a Princess wearing a star on her breast. (Second 
half of the XVIII century). Sketch. 

Ivory ov. 7.\ by 2 in. Same source as No. 2806. 

2809. Portrait of a young lady in rich attire, holding a black 
mask in her hand. Probably an actress. End of the XVIII century. 

Ivory ov. 3% by 3 in. Same source as No. 2806. 

2810. Portrait of an old man, wearing an orange ribbon, probably 
that of the Black Eagle of Prussia. End of the XVIII century. 

Ca. ov. \\ by \\ in. Same source as No. 2806. 

13 



386 MINIATURES (ANONYMOUS WORKS). 



2811. Portrait of an officer in the Austrian army. End of the 
XVIII century. 

Ca. ov. 2 by i^ in. From the collection of Baron van Brakell. 

2812. J. C de Brunett. Consul general of \ Russia at Amsterdam, 
about 1850. 

Ivory, 3^ by 3^ in. Presented by Mrs. Herper — Volcker, 1902. 

2813. Mary, Queen of Heaven, seated on the crescent of the moon, 
with the infant Jesus on her knees. 

Ivory ov. 6^ by 5 in. From the Mauritshuis. 

2814. Head of an old man wearing a red night cap. (Study). 
XVIII century. 

Ivory circular form, diam. 2\ in. Same source as No. 2813. 

2815. A stag hunt. XVIII century. 

Ca. sepia drawing, 2 by 2\ in. Same source as No. 2813. 

2816. A warrior taking leave of his wife and children. Grisaille, 
dating from the middle of the XVIII century. 

Parchment, 2\ by 2 in. Same source as No. 2813. 

2817. Head of an old man. (Study). XVIII century. 

Parchment, 2\ by 2 in. Same source as No. 2813. 

2818. Head of an old man. (Study). XVIII century. 

Parchment, 2% by 2 in. Same source as No. 2813. 

ARLAUD (Benjamin), brother of Jean Antoine and of Benedict 
Arlaud of Geneva. Worked in London and Paris. 




2819. Christian V, of Denmark (?) Brother-in-law y,^ 
to Queen Anne of England. /^^ *™n* 

Ca. ov. 2.\ by 1^ in. kJI^UIJS^ 

Signed at the back of the portrait : ftllMi/tj ^70 6 

From the Mauritshuis. f • «. 1 . ■,. 

ASHVILLE (Edmund), an English miniature-painter; lived in the 
middle of the XVII century. Pupil of H« Poolen Wright. 

2820. Lord Wilmot Rochester (?). 

Ca. ov. 3% by 7.\ in. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2819. 

BLARENBERGHE (Henri-D6sir6 van), born at Lille in 1734; 
died at Paris in 181 2. 

2821. The four seasons. Four landscapes with numerous figures, 
mostly in rich costumes. 

Each of the subjects, painted in body-colour: 8^ by 11 in., h. f. \\ 
to \\ in. Summer, autumn and winter .-ts -^ . 

are signed, the first, at the bottom "))aA Jjltfr'nyerqkt A^ 
to the left: <^ ^ ' 

the second, to the right, on the ground : ^ >wn *A<*ren£erjfii in tl p'*n«t 

the third, at the bottom to the right : "> -% . 2/ 1 L -i 

the four small panels are set in one S " «/ / 

frame. From the Royal cabinet of curiosities. 

— * 

COOPER (Alexander), an English miniature-painter. He worked 
among other places at Amsterdam, probably also at the Hague,, 
and in Sweden, where he was Court painter to Queen Christina 
and where he died* Pupil of his uncle, John Hoskins. See p. 389. 



MINIATURES (COOPER). 387 

- — - ■ . . . . _ _ 

2822. James II, King of England (1633— 170 1). As a youth. 

Ca. ov. 2^ by 2 in. In a silver-gilt case. From the Mauritshuis. 

2823. The same (?), somewhat older, wearing a cuirass. 

Ca. ov. 2^4 by 2.\ in. In a blue enamelled case with the letters L* and D. 
interlaced. Same source as No. 2822. 

COOPER (Samuel), was bom in 1609 in London, where he died 
5 May 1672. Pupil of his brother Alexander and of his uncle, 
John Hoskins. He resided for a long time in France and in 
the Netherlands. ^ 

2824. Portrait of a lady of the time of Charles I. s %\. 

Ca. ov. 2^4 by 2\ in. Signed: 

In a case of gold covered with translucid enamel. From the Mauritshuis. 

2825. Portrait of a nobleman of the time of Charles I. 

Ca. ov. i\ by 1^ in. Same source as No. 2824. 

2826. Charles II, King of England (1630— 1685.) Aged 35, wearing 
the insignia of royalty. * r 

Ca. ov. 6^4 by $\ in. Signed: «— 

In a frame of gold filigree. Same source as No. 2824. «^ 

2827. Portrait of a lady of the time of Charles II. 

Ca. ov. 7.\ by 7.\ in. Signed: g~ 

In a- gold case. Same source as No. 2824. 

CROSSE (Laurence), an English miniature-painter; died in 1724 
at an advanced age. Most of his works bear dates between 
1683 and 1690. 

2828. William III, King of England, wearing the insignia of royalty. 

Ca. ov. 3^4 by 3 in. In a gold case provided with a ring and a ribbon. 
From the Mauritshuis. 

DESGRANGES (David). See Granges (David des), p. 388. 

DIXON (Nathaniel), an English miniature-painter, who made many 
copies of old Dutch masters a. o. for the Earl of Oxford which are 
now in the collection of the Duke of Portland at Welbeck 
Abbey. He lived about 1700. See Nos* 2852 and 2853. 

DU CHATEL (Miss). 

2829. Amelia of Nassau, n6e Princess of Anhalt Dessau. 

Ca. ov. 2\ by 1% in. At the back of the portrait is the inscription : Amelie, 
Princesse de Nassau, nie Princesse D Anhalt facit par M*le du Chatel a 
Bruxelles i6?g. From the Mauritshuis. 

FLATMAN (Thomas), was born in 1633 m London, where he died 
in 1688. Was also a poet. 

2830. Frederick-Henry, Prince of Orange-Nassau. Attributed to 
this artist. A copy after the painting of Mich. J. Miereveld. 

Ca. ov. 2 by \\ in. Indistinct signature. Same source as No. 2829. 

2831. William II, Prince of Orange-Nassau, wearing a black 
cuirass. Attributed to this painter. Copy after the work of 
Gerard van Honthorst. 

Ca. ov. \\ by life in. Same source as No. 2829. 



1 



388 MINIATURES (FOCK). 

FOCK (Hermanus), was born i November 1766 at Amsterdam, 
where he worked as well as at Franeker. Died in 1822. E. 

2832. The artist's own portrait. Half length figure, wearing a hat. 

Ivory circular form, diam. 3^ in. From the National Cabinet of prints, in 1903. 

GRANGES (David des), baptized in London, 20 January 1 6 1 3 ; 
died in 1675. Pupil of Peter Oliver (see p. 391). Supposed 
to have visited Switzerland and England; went also to Scotland, 
where he was appointed miniature-painter to King Charles II. 

2833. Henriette Marie Stuart. Wife of the Stadtholder William II. 

Ca. ov. \\ by \\ in. In a frame of gold filigree. From the Mauritshuis. 

2834. Albertine-Agnes of Nassau (1634 — 1687). Daughter of Prince 
Frederick-Henry and wife of William-Frederick, Stadtholder of 
Friesland. 

Ca. ov. 2 by I \ in. In a frame of gold filigree. Same source as No. 2833. 

HAAG or HOOG (G.). Worked in the middle of the XVIII century. 

2835. William IV, Prince of Orange, wearing a cuirass. 

Ivory ov. 2 by I \ in. Signed : 

Same source as No. 2833. fA ' #> 

2836. Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg. Field-Marshal 
of Prussia. 

Ivory ov. 2 by 1^ in. Signed: i} ~* 

Same source as No. 2833. 

HILLIARD (Nicholas), born at Exeter (?) in 1547; died in London 
6 January 16 19. Miniature-painter, goldsmith and jeweller to 
Queen Elizabeth and James I. Imitated the style of Holbein. 

2837. Elizabeth, Queen of England, in an elaborate costume. 

Ca, ov. 1% by 1^ in. In a silver frame. From the Mauritshuis. 

2838. Elizabeth, Queen of England, in fancy dress. 

Ca. ov. 2 by 1% in. In a silver case. Same source as No. 2837. 

2839. A lady in rich attire, of the time of Queen Elizabeth. 

Ca. 2 by 1^ in. Same source as No. 2837. 

2840. Lady Hunston (?). Portrait of an f 
old lady. '. ** 

Ca. circular form, diam. 1*4 in. Q ^ 

Bears the inscription : .i ^^rv 

In a silver case. \p ^ 

Same source as No. 2837. QJ • 

in 
HOADLEY (Peter). An English miniature- 6 

painter, son of Sara Curtis, a lady artist who had married 

Hoadley, bishop of Winchester. He died young on his travels, 

in the environs of Hoorn. 

2841. William III, King of England, and his wife, Mary Stuart. 

(Attributed to this painter by Mr. G. C. Williamson). 

Ca. ov. 2% by 2 in. 

Signed : 

In a silver gilt frame. From the Mauritshuis. 



MINIATURES (HOSKINS). 389 



HO SKINS (John). An English miniature-painter, died in London 
22 February 1664. Alexander and Samuel Cooper were his pupils. 

2842. Henrietta-Maria of France (1609— 1669.) Wife of . 
Charles I, King of England. "fefe 

Ca. circular form, diam. 7 in. Signed to the right: At\ 

In a gilt brass frame with a border in enamel imitating a 16 J 2 
twisted white and lilac coloured ribbon. 
From the Mauritshuis. 

2843. The same. 

Ca, ov. 2^ by 2 in. Signed: J® 

In a blue enamelled case. 

Same source as No. 2842. H S 

2844. Charles I, King of England, (1600 — 1649.) 

Ca. ov. 3J4 by 2% in. Signed: far 

In a gold case. Same source as No. 2842. ^ 

2845. Elizabeth Stuart, (1596 — 1662) sister of Charles I and wife 
of Frederick V, Elector Palatine. 

Ca. ov. 2^ by 2 in. Signed : . 

In a gold case. Same source as No. 2842. lH 

2846. Mary Stuart, (1631 — 1660) daughter of Charles I and wife 
of William II. As a child. 

Parchment ov. 7.\ by 2 in. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2842. 

2847. James II, King of England, (1633— 1701.) As a child. 

Ca. ov. 1^4 by \\ in. In a case of gold ribbed with translucid enamel. 
Same source as No. 2842. 

LAMPRECHT (P.) 

2848. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina of Prussia, (1747---1820*) 
Wife of the Stadtholder William V. Seen in profile, wearing a 
high head-dress. 

Ivory ov. 3 by z\ in. Signed: P. Lamprecht ad vivum pinxit ,^ . 
Same source as No. 2842. ^ 

LE SAGE (P.), a French miniature-painter. Paid 27 March 1763 
his fee of mastership to the brotherhood of painters at the 
Hague and was still living in that town in 1776. He also worked 
at Amsterdam. 

2849. A family group of Prince William V, with his wife 
and three children, Frederica-Louisa, William-Frederick 
and William-George-Frederick. Whole length figures. 

Ivory 6% by 4^ in. Signed: a s 

Same source as No. 2842. •>>•' 

MICHELIN (Jean), probably the same artist who was born at Langres 
in 1623 and died in London, 1 March 1696. 

2850. George- William, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg (1624— 
1705). General, served the Emperor in his wars against Louis XIV. 

Ca. ov. 1^4 by i% in. Signed at the back of the portrait : Mickelin fecit 1674. 
Same source as No. 2842. 



39Q MINIATURES (MONOGRAMS). 



WORKS SIGNED WITH MONOGRAMS. 

2851. Charles II, King of England. 

As a youth, clad in a cuirass. 

Ca. ov. i*k by i^ in. Signed: *■ 

In a gold case. From the Mauritshuis. 

2852. A soldier (?), beginning of the XIX century, wearing the 
insignia of the Order of the Union. Jni ^. 

Ivory ov. 3^ by 2.\ in. Signed: '*'° 

On the back a dedication from J. Dommering to A. Belle. 
Collection of Baron van Brakell. 

2853. Portrait of an old woman, known by the name of Rembrandt's 
Mother. Copy after the painting of Rembrandt in the castle of 
Windsor, where it is called the Portrait of the Countess Desmond. 
XVIII century. Attributed to Nathaniel Dixon. See page 387. 

Ivory 4^ by 3% in. Signed: 

Mr. Lionel Cust is . of opinion that this signature is that of (J^ 

Nathaniel Dixon \ see p. 387. From the Mauritshuis. 

2854. The Madonna in prayer. Probably dating from 1674. Attri- 
buted to Nathaniel Dixon. 

Ivory, 414 by 3ft in. Signed: (#£ 

Same source as No. 2853. 

MUSSARD (R). 

2855. Prince William V, at the age of 3. 

Ca. 2.\ by 3 in. Inscribed on the back : A'. Mussard pinxit age de s ans 
e-demi dans Vannee ifji. Same source as No. 2853. 

2856. The same, as a child. 

Ca. 2 by 2\ in. Same source as No. 2853. 

2857. Augusta-Marie-Caroline, Princess of Orange, (1743 — 1787). 
Daughter of William IV. As a child. 

Ca. 2.\ by 3 in. Signed: R. Mussard. Same source as No. 2853. 

2858. Frederica-Sophia-Wilhelmina of Prussia (1747— 1820). Wife 
of Prince William V. At the age of 21. 

Ca. ov. 1^ by 1 in. Signed on the back: Kt *$&** 

Same source as No. 2853. 

OLIVER (Isaac), supposed to have been born at Rone, Normandy, 
in 1556 or 1557. In 1568 he accompanied his parents when 
they went to reside in London, where he was buried 2 October 
16 1 7. Was a pupil of Nicholas Hiliiard. 

2859. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex (14.67 — 1601). Governor 
of Ireland. 

Ca. \ by life iii. In a gold case. Same source as No. 2853. 

2860. Arabella Stuart (—1615.) Daughter of Charles Lennox, 
brother of Lord Darnley. 

Ca. ov. 2^4 by i\ in. Signed: .^. 

Same source as No. 2853. 

2861. James I, King of England (1566— 1625). Attributed to this artist. 

Ca. in the shape of a heart, 2 by 1^4 in. In a silver case. 
Same source as No. 2853. 



MINIATURES. 



2860. Isaac Oliver. 



2866. Peter Oliver. 



2842. John Iloskins. 



2837. Nicholas Hilliard. 



2826. Samuel Cooper. 



2844. John Hoskins. 2828. Laurence Cro 



MINIATURES (OLIVER). $9 1. 



OLIVER (Peter), born towards 1594 and buried in London, 22 
December 1647. Studied under his father, Isaac Olivet. 

2862. Charles I, King of England, at the age of 2 1 . • 

Ca. ov. 2\ by 1^ in. Signed: • 

In a frame of gold filigree. Same source as No.' 2853. /'*' . 

2863. George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham (1592— 1628). In 
the dress of a Roman. 

Ca. ov. 2 by i 1 ^ in. In a gold case. A similar portrait, signed with the 
' : .ter's monogram, is in the collection of H. M. the Queen of the 
Ne.herlands. Same source as No. 2&\2* — _ . 



2864. Henry-Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594— 1612). 

2866. Frederick V, Elector Palatine, King of Bohemia ( 1 59^— 1 632). 

Ca. ov. 2 by 1^ in. Signed: 

In a gold case. Same source as No. 2853. Jf 

2866. Henry -Frederick, Prince of Wales, (1594— 161 2). Eldest 
son of James I. (Attributed to this painter.) 

Ca. ov. 2 1 4 by 1^ in. In an enamelled gold case. Same source as No. 2853. 

2867. Francois Duquesnoy (1594—1643 or 1646.) Sculptor, surnamed 
"il Flammingo". Probably a copy by Peter Oliver after the work 
of Anth. van Dy