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  CATALOGUE

  OF THE

  GALLERY OF ART

  OF

  THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY


  NEW YORK
  PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY
  1915



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY


  PRESIDENT,
  JOHN ABEEL WEEKES.

  FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT,
  WILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE.

  SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT,
  WALTER LISPENARD SUYDAM.

  THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT,
  GERARD BEEKMAN.

  FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT,
  FRANCIS ROBERT SCHELL.

  FOREIGN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY,
  ARCHER MILTON HUNTINGTON.

  DOMESTIC CORRESPONDING SECRETARY,
  JAMES BENEDICT.

  RECORDING SECRETARY,
  FANCHER NICOLL.

  TREASURER,
  FREDERIC DELANO WEEKES.

  LIBRARIAN,
  ROBERT HENDRE KELBY.



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


FIRST CLASS--FOR ONE YEAR, ENDING 1916.

  ACOSTA NICHOLS,
  STANLEY W. DEXTER,
  FREDERICK TREVOR HILL.

SECOND CLASS--FOR TWO YEARS, ENDING 1917.

  FREDERIC DELANO WEEKES,
  PAUL R. TOWNE,
  R. HORACE GALLATIN.

THIRD CLASS--FOR THREE YEARS, ENDING 1918.

  RICHARD HENRY GREENE,
  JAMES BENEDICT,
  ARCHER M. HUNTINGTON.

FOURTH CLASS--FOR FOUR YEARS, ENDING 1919.

  BENJAMIN W. B. BROWN,
  J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY.

  JAMES BENEDICT, _Chairman_.

  ROBERT H. KELBY, _Secretary_.

[The President, Vice-Presidents, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, and
Librarian are members of the Executive Committee.]



PREFACE


This catalogue describes the paintings in the Gallery of Art of The New
York Historical Society, with two hundred and eighty-six miniatures,
comprising the Marié Collection and seventy-six objects of Sculpture.

The New York Gallery of Fine Arts, presented to the Society in 1858,
with paintings donated to the Society at various times, are numbered
1 to 488 inclusive. Any notice of this collection would be deficient
which should fail to commemorate the name of Luman Reed, Patron of
American Art. In this connection the Society was chiefly indebted to the
liberality and cordial coöperation of one of their most valued members,
who was himself the chief promoter of the original design of the New
York Gallery of Fine Arts, Mr. Jonathan Sturges.

The Bryan Collection, presented to the Society in 1867 by the late
Thomas J. Bryan, numbers three hundred and eighty-one paintings and are
designated by the letter B. before each number.

The Durr Collection, presented to the Society in 1882 by the executors
of the late Louis Durr, numbers, with subsequent additions, one hundred
and eighty-one paintings, which are designated by the letter D. before
each number.

Short biographical sketches of deceased artists represented in the above
collections have been added, together with indexes to Artists, portraits
and donors.

The Marié Collection of miniatures is arranged alphabetically by
subjects and is not included in the index of portraits.



CONTENTS


                                                                   PAGES

  OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY                                              v

  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                                                 vi

  PREFACE                                                            vii

  LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS                                               xi

  SKETCH OF LUMAN REED                                                 2

  NEW YORK GALLERY OF FINE ARTS AND REED COLLECTION WITH
  PAINTINGS DONATED TO THE GALLERY OF THE SOCIETY                   3-53

  SKETCH OF THOMAS J. BRYAN                                           56

  BRYAN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS                                   57-100

  SKETCH OF LOUIS DURR                                               102

  DURR COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS                                   103-118

  PETER MARIÉ COLLECTION OF MINIATURES                           121-138

  SCULPTURE                                                      141-148

  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ARTISTS                               151-205

  INDEX OF PORTRAITS                                             209-213

  INDEX OF SCULPTURE                                                 214

  INDEX OF ARTISTS                                               215-220

  INDEX OF DONORS                                                221-223

  PRESIDENTS OF THE SOCIETY                                          224



ILLUSTRATIONS


                                                             FACING PAGE

  PORTRAIT OF ASHER B. DURAND, by Himself                             42

  PORTRAIT OF THOMAS J. BRYAN, by W. O. Stone                         56

  A VIRGIN AND CHILD, WITH FOUR SAINTS, by Guido of Sienna            58

  KNIGHTS AT A TOURNAMENT, by Giotto di Bondone                       60

  THE BIRTH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, by Uccello                       62

  ADORATION OF THE INFANT CHRIST, by Macrino d'Alba                   64

  THE CRUCIFIXION, by Andrea Mantegna                                 66

  PORTRAIT OF A JANSENIST, by Phillippe De Champagne                  68

  THE CRUCIFIXION, by Jan Van Eyck                                    72

  PORTRAIT, by Paul Rembrandt                                         74

  PORTRAIT OF A KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE,
      by Rubens                                                       76

  WILLIAM, PRINCE OF ORANGE (WILLIAM III), by Gerard Terburg          78

  ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON, by Albrecht Dürer                        80

  PORTRAITS OF TWO LADIES, by Largillière                             86

  PORTRAIT OF JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY, by Himself                       90

  PORTRAIT OF CHARLES WILSON PEALE, by Benjamin West                  92

  BUST OF LOUIS DURR, by Baerer                                      102

  THE THREE MARYS, by Luini                                          116


THE NEW YORK GALLERY OF FINE ARTS

AND

REED COLLECTION

WITH PAINTINGS DONATED TO THE GALLERY OF THE SOCIETY



LUMAN REED


Luman Reed was born in Green River, Columbia County, N. Y., in 1785,
and died in 1836. He removed when a boy to Coxsackie, N. Y., where he
was educated in an ordinary school at the expense of an uncle. Later he
was employed in a country store and subsequently became the partner and
brother-in-law of his employer.

He made frequent trips to New York City on a sloop called the
"Shakespeare," belonging to the firm, selling produce of the farms
around Coxsackie and purchasing goods in New York for his country store.
Later he became a merchant in New York and between the years 1815 and
1832 he gained a fortune. It was then that he began to gratify other
instincts and art attracted his attention. He became the patron of
American Art and sought the acquaintance of artists, interesting himself
in their labors, giving them many commissions for work.

Mr. Reed lived at 13 Greenwich Street, this city, the third story of
which building he used as a picture gallery, to which visitors were
admitted one day each week. This room was also a meeting place for the
artists and literary men of the time. The paintings after Mr. Reed's
death were purchased by his friends and subsequently constituted the
New York Gallery of Fine Arts which, after an uncertain existence of
about twelve years, was forced to close its affairs. Eighty of these
paintings, presented in 1858, are now in the possession of this Society
and known as the New York Gallery of Fine Arts.

The death of Mr. Reed was greatly lamented by the artists of his time
and his name has come down to this generation as the Patron of American
Art.



CATALOGUE

OF THE

GALLERY OF ART


NO. SUBJECTS OF PAINTINGS. ARTISTS.

1-5. The Course of Empire. _Thomas Cole._

     A series of five pictures, illustrating a nation's rise,
     progress, greatness, decline, and fall, and the consequent changes
     in the same landscape.

     NOTE.--The isolated rock, crowning a precipitous hill, in the
     distance, identifies the scenes in each of the series; but the
     observer's position varies in the several pictures.

    "First freedom, and then glory, when that fails,
    Wealth, vice, corruption."

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

[FIRST OF THE SERIES.]

1. The "Savage State," or "Commencement of Empire." (61½X39.)

     The sun is rising from the sea, over a wild scene of rocks,
     forests, and mountains, dissipating the clouds and darkness of
     night. Man, attired in skins, is seen engaged in the wild dance
     and the chase--the characteristic occupations of the savage life.
     In the picture, we have the first rudiments of society. Men have
     banded together for mutual aid. The useful arts have commenced in
     the construction of the canoe, the weapon, and the hut; and we may
     imagine the germs of two of the fine arts, music and poetry, in the
     singing usually accompanying the dance of the savage. The empire
     is asserted, to a limited extent, over sea, land, and the animal
     kingdom. It is the season of Spring--the morning of the nation's
     existence.

[SECOND OF THE SERIES.]

2. "The Arcadian," or "Pastoral State." (62½X39.)

     Ages have passed; a change has been wrought in the scene--man
     has subjugated "the untracked and rude." We now see the shepherd
     and his flocks; the ploughman upturning the soil, and the wafting
     sail; by the shore a village, and on the hill the ascending smoke
     of sacrifice. In this picture we have agriculture, commerce, and
     religion. In the aged man describing the mathematical figure, the
     rude attempt of the boy in drawing; in the female figure with the
     distaff, the vessel on the stocks; in the primitive temple, and the
     dance of the peasants to the music of the pipe, we have evidence of
     the advance made in science, in the useful and the fine arts.

     It is early Summer, and the sun has ascended midway to the
     meridian.

[THIRD OF THE SERIES.]

3. "The Consummation of Empire." (75X50½.)

     The rude village has become a magnificent city. From the
     bay--now a capacious harbor, with _phari_ at the entrance, and
     thronged with war-galleys, and barks with silken sails--ascend
     piles of architecture, temples, domes, and colonnades. The massive
     bridge, the streets and squares, lined with palaces and adorned
     with statuary, clustered columns, and sparkling fountains, are
     crowded with gorgeous pageants and triumphal processions. It
     is a day of triumph--man has conquered man--nations have been
     subjugated. By wealth and power, knowledge, art, and taste, man has
     achieved the summit of human grandeur.

     The sun is near the meridian.

[FOURTH OF THE SERIES.]

4. "Destruction." (62½X38½.)

     Ages have passed away since the scene of glory. Luxury has
     enervated, vice has debased, and the strength of the mighty nation
     has consumed away. A barbarous enemy sacks the city. The heavens
     are darkened by a tempest, and the storm of war rages beneath, amid
     falling walls and colonnades, and the flames of temples and palaces.

[FIFTH OF THE SERIES.]

5. "Desolation." (61X39½.)

     The moon ascends the twilight sky, near where the sun rose in
     the first picture. The last rays of the departed sun illumine a
     lonely column of the once proud city, on whose capital the heron
     has built her nest. The shades of evening steal over shattered and
     ivy-grown ruins. The steep promontory, with its insulated rock,
     still rears against the sky, unmoved, unchanged; but violence and
     time have crumbled the works of man, and art is again resolving
     into elemental nature. The gorgeous pageant has passed; the roar of
     battle has ceased; the multitude has sunk in the dust; the empire
     is extinct.

6. Portrait of John Adams, (1735-1826.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original by STUART.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

7. Portrait of John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Taken from life, in 1834.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

8. Portrait of James Monroe, (1758-1831.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original by STUART.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

9. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original by STUART.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

10. Portrait of James Madison, (1751-1836.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original, by STUART, at Bowdoin College, Maine.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

11. Portrait of Andrew Jackson, (1767-1845.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Painted from life, in 1835.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

12. The Chess-Players--Check Mate. (56X44.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

13. Marine View. (36X25.) _Thomas Birch._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

14. View from Froster Hill, Gloucestershire, England. (24X18.) _Andrew
Richardson._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

15. The Goblet and Lemon. (27X32.) _W. Van Aelst._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

16. Falstaff enacting Henry IV. (29X36.) _George W. Flagg._

     _Prince Henry._--Do thou stand for my father, and examine me
     upon the particulars of my life.

     _Falstaff._--Shall I? Content:--this chair shall be my state,
     this dagger my sceptre, and this cushion my crown.

     _King Henry IV._, Part i., Act ii., Scene 4.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

17. An Allegory--Death and Immortality--Antique. (18½X14½.) _Italian
School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

18. Madonna and Infant. (16½X22½.) _German School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

19. Landscape--Composition--Italian Scenery.(54X37.) _Thomas Cole._

    "O, Italy! how beautiful thou art!
    Yet I could weep, for thou art lying, alas!
    Low in the dust, and they who come, admire thee
    As we admire the beautiful in death."

     _Rogers' Italy._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

20. Sleeping Female. (19X24.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

21. The Little Savoyard. (18X22.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

22. Rebecca. (16X20.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

23. The Truant Gamblers. (30X24.) _William S. Mount._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

24. Interior--Dutch Apothecary Shop.(24½X18.) _Roelof Pietersz._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

25. Pan and Midas. (24X28.) _Hubert Goltzius._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

26. The Pedlar displaying his Wares. (34X24.) _A. B. Durand._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

27. The Woodchopper's Boy. (25X30.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

28. Wrath of Peter Stuyvesant on learning the capture, by treachery, of
Fort Casimir. (30X24.) _A. B. Durand._

     "On receiving these direful tidings, the valiant Peter started
     from his seat--dashed the pipe he was smoking against the back of
     the chimney--thrust a prodigious quid of tobacco into his left
     cheek--pulled up his galligaskins, and strode up and down the room,
     humming, as was customary with him when in a passion, a hideous
     northwest ditty."--_Knickerbocker's New York_, Book vi. chap. 2.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

29. Madonna, Infant, and St. Ann. (29X28.) _Italian School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

30. The Match-Girl, (London.) (25X30.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

31. Moonlight. (32X24½.) _Thomas Cole._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

32. Portrait of George Washington, (1732-1799.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the standard original, by STUART, in the gallery of the
     Boston Athenæum.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

33. Lady and Parrot. (29X36.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

34. The Nun. (24X30.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

35. Wreath of Flowers, encircling Coat-of-Arms and Miniature of the Duke
of Austria, 1658. (33X46.) _J. Marrel._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

36. Lady Jane Grey preparing for execution. (45X56.) _George W. Flagg._

     "After uttering these words, she caused herself to be disrobed
     by her women; and with a _steady, serene countenance_ submitted
     herself to the executioner."--_Hume_, chap. xxxvi.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

37. Assumption of the Virgin. (25X19.) _Annibale Caracci._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

38. Portrait of Martha Washington, (1732-1802.) (22X26.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original, by STUART, in the Boston Athenæum.

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

39. Portrait of a Young Lady, taken in 1608. (27X33.) _Flemish School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

40. The Huntsman's Tent--Game and Dogs after a Hunt, (50X64.) _John Fyt._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

41. Mother Child, and Butterfly. (24X30.) _George W. Flagg._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

42. Autumn Scene--Conway Peak, White Mountains, N. H. (19½X14.) _Thomas
Cole._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

43. Dogs Fighting. (20½X16.) _George Morland._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

44. View on Catskill Creek. (24X16.) _Thomas Cole._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

45. Landscape. (13X10.) _Dutch School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

46. Summer Sunset. (19½X14.) _Thomas Cole._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

47. Old English Sportsman. (24X19.) _George Morland._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

48. Murder of the Princes. (44X56.) _George W. Flagg._

     ENTER TYRRELL.

    "_Tyr._--The tyrannous and bloody act is done:
    The most arch deed of piteous massacre
    That ever yet this land was guilty of.
    Dighton and Forrest whom I did suborn
    To do this piece of ruthless butchery,
    Albeit they were flesh'd villains, bloody dogs,
    Melting with tenderness and mild compassion,
    Wept like two children in their death's sad story.
    _O thus_, quoth Dighton, _lay the gentle babes_,
    _Which once_, quoth Forrest, _girdling one another_
    _Within their alabaster innocent arms;_
    _Their lips were four red roses on a stalk,_
    _Which in their summer beauty, kiss'd each other._
    _A book of prayers on their pillow lay:_
    _Which once_, quoth Forrest, _almost changed my mind:_
    _But O, the Devil_,--there the villain stopp'd."

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

49. Miniature. (3X2½.) Dutch Enamel. _A. B. Durand._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

50. Boors Gambling. (10X7.) _After Teniers._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

51. Wreath of Flowers, encircling Holy Family--Antique. (11X12.)
_Italian School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

52. The Old Fiddler. (10X8.) _After Teniers._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

53. Miniature. (3½X2½.) Dutch Enamel. _Italian School._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

54. A Magdalen. (18X14.) _After Correggio._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

55. View near Bridgeport, Connecticut. (19X13.) _Andrew Richardson._

     (_Reed Collection._)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

56. Portrait of Luman Reed, (1785-1836.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Patron of American Art.

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

57. The Fortune-Teller. (52X42.) _William S. Mount._

     The figures in this picture are portraits of Mrs. Amelia
     Longbotham, as fortune-teller, and the young girl, Edna Bostwick.

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

58. Landscape. (36X26.) _C. P. Cranch._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

59. Bargaining for a Horse. (30X24.) _William S. Mount._

     "Seth suspended for a moment the whittling his twig, and
     there seemed a crisis in the argument--_a silent pause_--when a
     shrill voice from the front gate adjourned the meeting instanter.
     It was the voice of Aunt Nabby herself, breathing authority and
     hospitality:--_Joshua, come to dinner, and bring the folks along
     with you."--Jack Downing's Jour., N. Y. Gazette,_ Oct. 28, 1835.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

60. Portrait of Sir Charles L. Eastlake, Artist, (1793-1865.) (44X56.)
_Daniel Huntington._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

61. Flora. (17½X22½) _Jean Raoux._

     Presented by S. M. Chester.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

62. The Vale and Temple of Segestae, Sicily. (65½X44.) _Thomas Cole._

     "Midway between Palermo and Segestae, the broad slopes of an
     ample valley lie before the traveller. In the depth is a river
     meandering among fragrant oleanders; on the left the valley is
     intersected by a range of distant mountains; on the right is
     a beautiful bay of the Mediterranean. Across the valley, the
     mountains form a green amphitheatre, and high in a remote part is
     seen the Temple of Segestae."--_Notes of the Artist made on a Tour
     in Sicily._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

63. A Venetian Senator. (25X30.) _Cornelius Ver Bryck._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

64. The Black Plume. (29X36.) _Charles C. Ingham._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

65. Portrait of Lafayette, (1757-1834.) (25X30.) _Charles C. Ingham._

     Painted from life in 1825, and is the _original_ head from
     which was made the full-length portrait for the State, now in the
     State Department, Albany.

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

66. Landscape, Moonlight. (37X25.) _Tempesta._

     From the collection of Cardinal Fesch.

     Presented by Miss Eliza Hicks.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

67. The Young Gourmand. (11X13.) _Frederick W. Philip._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

68. Portrait of Gevartius. (28X36.) From VAN DYCK. _John Trumbull._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

69. Portrait of Rembrandt. (25X33.) From the original. _John G. Chapman._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

70. Portrait of Pietro Aretino, the Satirist (31X37.) _John G. Chapman._

     From the original, by TITIAN, in the Pitti Palace, Florence.

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

71. The Image-Pedler. (42X33.) _Francis W. Edmonds._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

72. The Dutch Bible. (22½X18.) _Cornelius Ver Bryck._

     Presented by Daniel Huntington.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

73. Portrait of a Revolutionary Officer (Gen. E. Huntington?) (20X24.)
_John Trumbull._

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

74. Portrait of Dr. Maurice Swabey. (25X30.) _John Trumbull._

     An Associate Commissioner with Col. Trumbull at London, 1796.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

75. Landscape--Composition. "The Old Oak." (48X36.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

76. Portrait of Nicholas Fish, (1758-1833.) (25X30.) _James H. Shegogue._

     From the original by INMAN.

     Presented by Mrs. Nicholas Fish.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

77. Portrait of a Lady, (fancy.) (39X59.) _George W. Flagg._

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

78. A Window-Scene. (14X17½.)

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

79. View near Sandy Hill, New York. (20½x13½.) Water-color. _William G.
Wall._

     Presented by Grant Thorburn.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

80. Portrait of Macready in character as William Tell. (25X30.) _Thomas
S. Cummings._

     From the original by H. INMAN.

     Presented by the Artist.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts._)

81. Portrait of Egbert Benson, (1746-1833.) (22X26.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     From the original by STUART.

     Presented by the Artist.

82. Portrait of Egbert Benson, (1746-1833.) (25X30.) _Gilbert C. Stuart._

     First President of the Society, 1805-1815. Painted from life
     in 1807, the original of No. 81. Presented by Robert Benson, Jr.

83. Dead Game. (26X32.) _Adéle Evrard._

     Presented by John D. Clute.

84. Christ stilling the Tempest. (27X34.) _F. W. Philip._

85. Landscape, with Figures. (24X20.)

86. Portrait of Rufus Wilmot Griswold, (1815-1857.) (20X24.) _Charles L.
Elliott._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

87. Portrait of Daniel Seymour. (22X27.) _Thomas S. Cummings._

     Presented by Robert Kelly.

88. Mountain Stream in Western Va. (12X14.) _William McLeod._

89. Portrait of Christopher Colles, (1738-1821.) (10X12.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

90. Portrait of James Kent, (1763-1847.) (25X30.) _Samuel F. B. Morse._

     President of the Society, 1828-1831.

     Presented by John Delafield.

91. The Mammoth Cave. (37X48.) _Regis Gignoux._

92. Landscape. (20X15.)

93. Lago Maggiore and the Borromean Islands. (111X147.)

     Presented by Lewis M. Rutherfurd.

94. Portrait of Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins, (1774-1823.) (58X90.) _John
Wesley Jarvis._

     Presented by Thomas E. Davis.

95. Portrait of Gen. Joseph Reed, (1741-1785.) (16X20.) _J. C. Hagen._

     Copy from the original by C. W. PEALE.

     Presented by the Artist.

96. Portrait of Gilbert C. Stuart, (1755-1828.) (3X2½.) _Anson
Dickinson._

     Miniature on ivory.

     Presented by S. W. and V. M. Francis.

97. Portrait of Alexander J. Dallas, (1759-1817.) (23½X29.) _John W.
Jarvis._

     Purchased from the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     Presented by William D. Abbatt.

98. Storm at Sea. (32X19½.)

99. The Bay of New York from Castle Garden. (33½X24½.)

100. Portrait of the Artist. 1841. (9X10½.) _Jeremiah Nims._

     This promising young Artist died at Kingston, Jamaica, W. I.,
     March 6, 1842, aged 24 years and 2 months.

     Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis.

101. Bacchante and Satyr. (59X44.) _John Vanderlyn._

     From the original by ANNIBALE CARACCI in the Pitti Palace.

102. Portrait of N. P. Willis, (1806-1867.) (28X36.) _William A. Wall._

     Painted in Italy about 1833.

103. Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.) (19X22.) _Charles
Wilson Peale._

     Presented by Duncan C. Pell.

104. Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.) (9X11.) Crayon. _James
Sharpless._

     Presented by Dr. Samuel Akerly, November 12, 1816.

105. Portrait of Samuel L. Mitchell, M.D., (1764-1831.) (7X9.) Crayon.
_James Sharpless._

     Presented by Dr. Samuel Akerly, November 12, 1816.

106. Portrait of John Pintard, (1759-1818.) (25X30.) _John Trumbull._

     Founder of the Society. Recording Secretary, 1805-1819;
     Librarian, 1810-1811; Treasurer, 1819-1827.

     Painted for the Society, 1817.

107. Portrait of John Pintard, (1759-1818.) (Miniature.) _John Ramage,
1787._

     Presented by his grandson, George Hancock Servoss, February 6,
     1906.

108. Portrait of Elizabeth (Brasher) Pintard, (1765-1838.) (Miniature.)
_John Ramage, 1787._

     Presented by her grandson, George Hancock Servoss, February 6,
     1906.

109-110. Pair of wristlets worn by Mrs. John Pintard, one bearing
portrait of John Pintard, and the other a painting representing
"Justice." (Painted on ivory.)

     Presented by Henry C. Eno, M.D., February 18, 1909.

111. Portrait of Hernando Cortes. (19X25.)

     Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.

     Presented by Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, January 14, 1817.

112. Portrait of Americus Vespucius. (19X25.)

     Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.

     Presented by Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, January 14, 1817.

113. Portrait of Christopher Columbus, (1446-1506.) (19X25.)

     Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.

     Presented by Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, January 14, 1817.

114. Portrait of Fernando Magalhaens. (19X25.)

     Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.

     Presented by Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, January 14, 1817.

115. Portrait of Robert Morris, (1734-1806.) (24X29.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     From the original by STUART.

     Presented by Thomas Morris, September 9, 1817.

116. Portrait of John Jones, M.D., (1729-1791.) (3½X3½.) _Samuel
Folwell._

     Miniature, drawn at New York, May 25, 1790.

     Presented by David Hosack, M.D., October 7, 1817.

117. Portrait of Lafayette, (1757-1834.) (19½X24.) Oval.

     Painted 1791.

     Presented by General Ebenezer Stevens, October 7, 1817.

118. Portrait of Gouverneur Morris, (1752-1816.) (28X36.) _Ezra Ames._

     First Vice President of the Society, 1810-1815, and President,
     1816.

     Presented by Stephen Van Rensselaer, of Albany, November 11,
     1817.

119. Portrait of Chief Justice John Jay, (1745-1829.) (25X30.) Joseph
Wright.

     Painted 1786.

     Presented by John Pintard, November 11, 1817.

120. Portrait of Chief Justice John Jay, (1745-1829.) (40X50.) _Oliver
Lay._

     From the original by GILBERT C. STUART.

     Presented by Miss Elizabeth Clarkson Jay, October 1, 1889.

121. Portrait of John C. Kunze, D.D., (1744-1807.) (25X30.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     Copied for the Society from a picture in possession of Mrs.
     Kunze and presented by his family, July 14, 1818.

122. Portrait of Myles Cooper, D.D., (1735-1785), second President of
Columbia College. Copy from COPLEY. (25X30.)

     Presented by Nicholas William Stuyvesant, May 9, 1820.

123. Portrait of Rev. Samuel Provoost, D.D., (1742-1815.) (28X36.)
_Thomas S. Duché._

     Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Cadwallader D. Colden, January 11,
     1825.

124. Portrait of William Smith, (1728-1793), Historian of New York.
(Miniature.) _H. Stubble._

     Presented by David Hosack, M.D., 1828.

125. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826.) (18½X26½.)

     Copy from original by STUART.

     Presented by David Hosack, M.D., November 11, 1828.

126. Portrait of Jesse Hawley, (1773-1842.) (3X3½.) _Ezra Ames._

     Miniature on ivory.

     Presented by Jesse Hawley.

127. Portrait of Jesse Hawley, (1773-1842.) (25X30.) _Grove S. Gilbert._

     Presented by Jesse Hawley, January 10, 1832.

128. Portrait of Elihu H. Smith, (1771-1798.) (7X9.) Crayon. _James
Sharpless._

     Painted 1797.

     Presented by David Hosack, February 19, 1833.

129. Portrait of Sebastian Cabot, (1477-1557?) (29X36.) _Cephas G.
Thompson._

     Painted at the request of the Society, 1841, from the supposed
     original by HANS HOLBEIN, which was the property of the late
     Richard Biddle, author of a Memoir of Cabot. A full account of the
     original portrait may be found in that work, pp. 317-320. It is
     supposed to have adorned the royal gallery at Whitehall.

     Presented by the Artist, January 5, 1841.

130. Portrait of Albert Gallatin, (1761-1849.) (25X30.) _William H.
Powell._

     President of the Society, 1843-1849.

     Painted from life in 1843. Presented by the Artist, February
     6, 1844.

131. Portrait of John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848.) (25X30.) _Edward D.
Marchant._

     Presented by the Artist, October 1, 1844.

132. Portrait of Peter Van Schaack, (1747-1832.) (23½X28.)

     Presented by Frederic de Peyster, January 7, 1845.

133. Portrait of Lewis Morris, (1698-1762), Judge of the Vice Admiralty
for N. Y., Conn. and N. J. (24X30.)

     Presented by one of his grand-daughters through William A.
     Whitehead, Newark, N. J., January 7, 1845.

134. Portrait of Lord Lyndhurst, (1772-1863.) (48X50.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Sir John Singleton Copley, son of John Singleton Copley,
     Artist.

     Presented by the Artist, June 2, 1846.

135. Portrait of Philip Schuyler, (1695-1745.) (33X41.)

     Presented by Henry C. Van Schaack, Manlius, N. Y., January 26,
     1847.

136. Portrait of Catalina Schuyler, (1705-1758.) (32X38.)

     Presented by Henry C. Van Schaack, Manlius, N. Y., January 26,
     1847.

137. Portrait of Alexander H. Everett, (1792-1847.) (3½X4½.) _Washington
Blanchard._

     Miniature on ivory. Presented by the Artist, February 6, 1849.

138. Portrait of De Witt Clinton, (1769-1828.) (36X50.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1810-1815; First Vice
     President, 1816; President, 1817-1819.

     Presented by the Heirs of Samuel S. Howland, November 7, 1854.

139. Portrait of De Witt Clinton, (1769-1828.) (49½X40.) _Charles
Ingham._

     Presented by Nelson Robinson, 1909.

140. View of a Seaport. (48X26½.)

     Presented by John MacGregor, M. P., October 5, 1855.

     "I purchased it at the sale of the late Lord Fitzgerald's
     collection; and as a precious historical painting, and not as a
     mere Landscape, although it is an admirable Picture."--_Extract
     from a letter of John MacGregor, M.P., to John Romeyn Brodhead,
     dated House of Commons, June 19, 1852._

141. Portrait of Luther Bradish, (1783-1863.) (34X44.) _Thomas Hicks._

     Vice President of the Society, 1845-1849, and President,
     1850-1863.

     Presented by the Artist, March 4, 1856.

142. Portrait of the Earl of Carlisle, (1748-1825.) (44X56.) _Daniel
Huntington._

     Presented by the Artist, March 4, 1856.

143. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.) (20X24.) Oval. _John
G. Taggart._

     From the original by C. L. ELLIOTT.

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

144. Portrait of Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt, (1818-.) (25X30.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Presented by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt Stebbins, April 15, 1861.

145. Portrait of Capt. John A. Sutter, (1803-1880.) (14½X18.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

146. Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe, (1809-1849.) (22X26.) Oval. _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

147. Portrait of Frances S. Osgood, (1811-1850.) (25X30.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

148. Portrait of Alice Carey, (1820-1871.) (25X30.) Oval. _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

149. Portrait of Thomas Campbell, (1777-1844.) (25X30.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

150. Tobias and the Angel Gabriel. (75X53.) _Rembrandt School._

     Thought to be by FERDINAND BOL, one of REMBRANDT'S pupils, and
     a very successful imitator of the style of his master. He was born
     at Dort, 1611; died 1681.

     This painting has been highly commended by connoisseurs and
     artists--among the latter may be mentioned the late lamented Thomas
     Cole.

     Presented by T. W. C. Moore, December 1, 1857.

151. Game, Fish, Fruit, Vegetables, etc. (77X59.) _Francis Snyders._

     The two figures were probably put in by either RUBENS or
     JORDAENS.

     Presented by T. W. C. Moore, December 1, 1857.

152. The Artist showing his first Picture to his Parents. Group of
Portraits, painted in 1788. (50X43.) _William Dunlap._

     Presented by John Crumby, 1858.

153. Portrait of James Rivington (1724-1802.) (28X36.)

     Presented by Samuel C. Ellis, M.D., January 6, 1858.

154. Portrait of John Randolph of Roanoke, (1773-1833.) (22X27.) _John
Wesley Jarvis._

     Painted in Baltimore in 1811 from the original by JARVIS.

     Presented by Washington Irving, May 18, 1858.

155. Portrait of Gov. George Clinton, (1739-1812.) (41X53.) _Ezra Ames._

     Presented by George Clinton Tallmadge, May 4, 1858.

156. Portrait of Rajah Rammohun Roy, (1773-1833.) (25X30.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     Indian Scholar. Painted at London, in August, 1833, about six
     weeks before his death.

     Presented by J. K. Herrick, April 5, 1858.

157. Portrait of Thomas De Witt, D.D., (1791-1874.) (25X30.) _William
Cogswell._

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1840-1849; First Vice
     President, 1850-1869, and President, 1869-1871.

     Presented by the Artist.

158. Portrait of Thomas De Witt, D.D., (1791-1874.) (29X36.) _Samuel B.
Waugh._

     Presented by Theodore Cuyler, of Philadelphia, and Morris K.
     Jesup, of New York, October 5, 1858.

159. Portrait of Elisha Kent Kane, (1820-1857.) (51X42.) _Thomas Hicks._

     Presented by several Ladies of New York, January 4, 1859.

160. Portrait of Aaron Burr, (1756-1836.) (8X10.) _John Vanderlyn._

     Presented by ten members of the Society, June 7, 1859.

161. Wreck of the Medusa. (77X50½.) _Jean L. T. A. Gericault._

     Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.

162. Vision of the Archbishop of Rouen. (44X57.) _C. A. Vanloo._

     Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.

163. Peasants Dancing. (77X57.) _Carl Bruner._

     Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.

164. Portrait of Cachasunghia, Osage Warrior. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St.
Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

165. Portrait of an Osage Warrior. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

166. Portrait of Payouska, Chief of the Great Osages. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon.
_St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

167. Portrait of a Chief of the Little Osages. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St.
Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

168. Portrait of an Osage Warrior. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

169. Portrait of an Indian of the "Iowas of the Missouri." (15¼X21¼.)
Crayon. _St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

170. Portrait of an Indian Girl of the "Iowas of the Missouri."
(15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

171. Portrait of a Delaware Indian. (15¼X21¼.) Crayon. _St. Memin._

     Purchased June 5, 1860.

172. Portrait of Charles Fenno Hoffman, (1806-1887.) (25X30.) _Cephas G.
Thompson._

     Presented by the Artist, November 6, 1860.

173. Portrait of Americus Vespucius. (30X40.)

     Copy from the original by PARMIGIANO in the Royal Gallery at
     Naples.

     Presented by R. K. Haight, November 6, 1860.

174. Portrait of Christopher Columbus (30X40.)

     Copy from the original by PARMIGIANO in the Royal Gallery at
     Naples.

     Presented by R. K. Haight, November 6, 1860.

175. Portrait of Henry Rutgers, (1745-1830.) (24X29.) _Henry Inman._

     "Painted by the late HENRY INMAN, about the year 1828. The
     original I have in my possession, from which two copies were made
     by Mr. Inman and given to my uncle, Col. Rutgers; the one you have
     received, to his particular political friend, John Targee, and the
     other to the Rutgers College, at New Brunswick, N. J."--_Extract
     from letter of W. B. Crosby._

     Presented by P. R. Bonnett, April 2, 1861.

176. Portrait of Seth Grosvenor. (25X30.) _John G. Taggart._

     Founder of the Grosvenor Fund of the Society, 1858.

     Painted for the Society and received June 18, 1881.

177. Portrait of Gen. Anthony Wayne, (1745-1796.) (24X29.)

     Presented by George Folsom, June 18, 1861.

178. Portrait of Rip Van Dam, (1662-1736.) (26X29.) Oval.

     Presented by his great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Emily
     Verplanck Goodwin, November 4, 1862.

179. Portrait of Mrs. Rip Van Dam, (Sarah Vanderspiegle.) (26X29.) Oval.

     Presented by her great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Emily
     Verplanck Goodwin, November 4, 1862.

180. Portrait of Henry Abbott, M.D., (1812-1859.) (51X40.) _Thomas
Hicks._

     Founder of the Egyptian Museum. Painted for the Society, 1863.

181. Portrait of Peter Remsen. (26X33.) _Samuel L. Waldo._

     Bequest of Edward A. Newton, February 3, 1863.

182. The Sibyl. (25X30.) _Daniel Huntington._

     Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

183. Portrait of Daniel Stanton. (25X30.) _Charles L. Elliott._

     Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

184. Portrait of Prosper M. Wetmore, (1798-1876.) (25X30.) _Charles L.
Elliott._

     Member of the Executive Committee of the Society, 1842-1848.

     Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

185. Portrait of John Wakefield Francis, M.D., (1789-1861.) (25X30.)
_Charles L. Elliott._

     Librarian of the Society, 1812-1818, and Corresponding
     Secretary, 1817-1818.

     Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

186. Portrait of John Wakefield Francis, M.D., (1789-1861.) (25X30.)
Oval. _James Bogle._

     Presented by the Artist, March 3, 1868.

187. Portrait of William Cullen Bryant, (1794-1878.) (25X30.) _Henry
Peters Gray._

     Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1871-1872, and
     First Vice President, 1873-1878.

     Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

188. Portrait of Clarkson Crolius, (1805-1887.) (24X30.) _Ezra Ames._

     Painted 1825.

     Speaker of the House of Assembly, State of New York, 1825.

     Presented by his son, Clarkson Crolius, May 5, 1863.

189. Portrait of Mrs. Clarkson Crolius. (24X29½.) _Benjamin A. Wallace._

     (Wife of the above.)

     Bequest of Clarkson Crolius, 1887.

190. Portrait of John Watts, (1749-1836.) (27X34.) _John W. Bolles._

     Copied from the original by HENRY INMAN.

     Presented by his grandson, J. Watts de Peyster, October 10,
     1863.

191. Portrait of John Stanford, D.D., (1754-1834.) (27X33½.) _John
Wesley Jarvis._

     Chaplain to the Humane and Criminal Institutions in the city
     of New York.

     Presented by Aaron B. Hays, March 1, 1864.

192. Portrait of Bryan Rossiter. (25X30.) _John Trumbull._

     The first sergeant-at-arms of the N. Y. State Society of the
     Cincinnati, painted in the uniform of the Revolutionary Army.

     Deposited by the N. Y. State Society of the Cincinnati, March
     1, 1864.

193. Portrait of Richard Bayley, M.D., (1745-1801.) (18X21½.) _J. H.
Lazarus._

     From the original by STUART.

     Presented by his grandson, the Rt. Rev. J. Roosevelt. Bayley,
     D.D., July 4, 1864.

194. Hector parting with his Wife and Child at the Scæan Gate. (42X48.)
_Benjamin West._

     Presented by William H. Webb, January 3, 1865.

195. Chryseïs returned to her father Chryses. (42X48.) _Benjamin West._

     Presented by William H. Webb, January 3, 1865.

196. Portrait of Gen. William Irvine, (1741-1804.) (25X30.) _J. R.
Lambdin._

     From the original by ROBERT E. PINE.

     Presented by William A. Irvine, November 7, 1865.

197. Portrait of William L. Stone, (1792-1844.) (25X30.) _Edward D.
Marchant._

     Member of the Executive Committee of the Society, 1823-1824
     and 1843.

     Presented by John B. Hall, October 2, 1866.

198. Portrait of Thomas J. Bryan, (1800-1870.) (25X30.) _William O.
Stone._

     Founder of the Bryan Collection.

     Painted for the Society, 1867.

199. Portrait of Roger Gerard Van Polanen, (1831.) (25X30.) _James
Frothingham._

     Minister Resident of the Batavian Republic, 1795-1802.

     Presented by S. Alofsen, June 18, 1867.

200. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.) (13½X15½.) _G. W.
Twibill, Jr._

     From the original by HENRY INMAN. See No. 216.

     Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis, May 5, 1868.

201. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.) (3½X5.) Pencil
drawing, (1831.) _Henry Inman._

     Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis, May 5, 1868.

202. View of the Falls of Niagara. (29X168½.) _John Trumbull._

     Taken from under the Table Rock.

     Presented by Dr. Alexander E. Hosack, February 4, 1868.

203. View of the Falls of Niagara. (29X168½.) _John Trumbull._

     Taken from the road two miles below Chippawa.

     Presented by Dr. Alexander E. Hosack, February 4, 1868.

204. Portrait of William Johnson, (1770-1848.) (25¾X31½.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     One of the original corporators of the Society.

     Painted in 1819.

     Presented by Horace Binney, Jr., April 7, 1868.

205. Portrait of George W. Bethune, D.D., (1805-1862.) (25X30.) Oval.
_Rembrandt Peale._

     Presented by John H. Brower, June 1, 1869.

206. Theodore Allen. (Cameo.)

     Executed in 1835.

     Son-in-law of Luman Reed.

     Presented by Jonathan Sturges, March 5, 1870.

207. Portrait of James Madison, (1751-1836.) (20X24.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by P. Kemble Paulding, January 4, 1870.

208. Portrait of James Madison, (1751-1836.) (Miniature.)

     Presented by Miss Mary Cruger, February 3, 1873.

209. Jacob's Dream. (70X51.) _Luther Terry._

     Presented by Mr. Luther Terry, in the name of the late Mrs.
     Eliza Hicks Rieben, March 7, 1871.

210. Portrait of William W. Van Ness, (1776-1823.) (26½X33.) _John
Wesley Jarvis._

     Justice Supreme Court, New York.

     Presented by Marshall S. Bidwell, November 7, 1871.

211. Portrait of Ambrose Spencer, (1765-1848.) (25X30.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     Chief Justice Supreme Court, New York.

     Presented by Marshall S. Bidwell, November 7, 1871.

212. Fruit Piece--Strawberries, etc. (19½X23½.) _Nicholas Van Gelder._

     Signed N. Van Gelder, 1674.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

213. Fruit Piece--Grapes, etc. (19½X23½.) _Nicholas Van Gelder._

     Signed N. Van Gelder, 1674.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

214. Interior--Old Man eating. (11½X14½.) _Dominick Van Tol._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

215. Doctor and Bottle. (7¼X9½.) _Gerard Douw._

     This picture was purchased in Paris in 1832 during the
     prevalence of the cholera; it is signed by the artist with his
     monogram in the left-hand corner.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

216. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.) (25X30.) _Henry
Inman._

     This picture was painted in the year 1828 for Gen. George P.
     Morris.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

217. Female Head. (8½X11.) _Sir Thomas Lawrence._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

218. St. John in the Desert. (6X8.) _Juan de Valdez._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

219. St. Peter after denying Christ. (6X8.) _Juan de Valdez._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

220. La Toilette. (14½X18.) _Jean François De Troy._

     A Lady preparing for a masked Ball.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

221. Landscape. (14X16.) _Matthew Withoos._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

222. Assumption of the Virgin. (24X32.) _Don Juan Carrenno de Miranda._

     Bought in Madrid, 1842.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

223. Landscape--Monks at their Devotions. (45¼X33¼.) _Salvator Rosa._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

224. Music Party. (28½X20.) _Anthony Stevers (Palamedes)._

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

225. Landscape--Gypsies crossing a Brook. (35X27¼.) _D. Brown._

     Bought at Olmstead's sale, April, 1836, who sold it as a
     Morland, unaware perhaps that it was signed by Brown, who was one
     of his most successful imitators.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

226. Portrait of Cinq Mars. (1620-1642.) (31½X41.) _Diego Velasquez._

     This picture was bought in Paris, in the year 1827, of Le
     Court, a miniature painter, who had it from J. B. Le Prince, the
     well-known French artist; the latter said it was a portrait of Cinq
     Mars, and by Velazquez.

     Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

227. Portrait of Frederic de Peyster, (1796-1882.) (29X36.) _G. Gerhard._

     Recording Secretary of the Society, 1829-1837; Second Vice
     President, 1850-1863, and President, 1864-1866 and 1873-1882.

     Painted for the Society, and presented by Frederic de Peyster,
     October 1, 1872.

228. Landscape. (8½X7¾.) _Thomas Gainsborough._

     Presented by Maria J. B. Browne, October 1, 1872.

229. Portrait of a Gentleman. (26X35.)

     Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

230. Portrait of a Lady. (24X29.)

     Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

231. Portrait of a Gentleman. (25X30.)

     Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

232. Portrait of James Monroe, (1758-1831.) (Miniature.)

     Presented by Miss Mary Cruger, February 4, 1873.

233-246. The Incas of Peru.

     A collection of fourteen paintings in oil on canvas, bearing
     inscriptions designating the name and succession of each monarch.
     They are said to be the original pictures from which the portraits
     of the Incas were engraved for the work of Herrera--"_Historia
     general de los Hechos de los Castellanos_," etc., published at the
     beginning of the 17th century (1601-15), and reproduced in the
     edition by Barcia in 1726-30. This series of the Incas, as given
     by Herrera, differs from that of Garcilasso, in the addition of
     Vrco (241), who is said to have reigned only eleven days, and the
     omission of Yupanqui, the son of Pachacutec (242).

     Presented by Frederic de Peyster, April 1, 1873.

233. Manco Capac, First Inca. (21X23.)

234. Sinchi Roca, Second Inca. (21X23.)

235. Lloqui Yupanqui, Third Inca. (21X23.)

236. Mayta Capac, Fourth Inca. (21X23.)

237. Capac Yupanqui, Fifth Inca. (21X23.)

238. Inca Roca, Sixth Inca. (21X23.)

239. Yahuar Huacac, Seventh Inca. (21X23.)

240. Viracocha, Eighth Inca. (21X23.)

241. Vrco, Ninth Inca. (21X23.)

242. Pachacutec, Tenth Inca. (21X23.)

243. Tupac Yupanqui, Eleventh Inca. (21X23.)

244. Huayna Capac, Twelfth Inca. (21X23.)

245. Huascar, Thirteenth Inca. (21X23.)

246. Atahualpa, Fourteenth Inca, put to death by order of Pizarro,
August 29, 1533. (21½X23½.)

247. Portrait of William Shaler, (1778-1833.) (22½X28½.)

     U. S. Consul at Algiers and Havana.

     Presented by Daniel P. Ingraham, April 7, 1874.

248. Portrait of Ezra L'Hommedieu, (1734-1811.) (27½X32½.) _James Earle._

     Presented by Daniel P. Ingraham, April 7, 1874.

249. Portrait of Erastus C. Benedict, (1800-1880.) (31X39.) _William H.
Powell._

     Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1879-1880;
     Second Vice President, 1871, and First Vice President, 1872.

     Presented by Erastus C. Benedict, May 5, 1874.

250. Portrait of Mrs. Estelle A. Lewis, (1824-1880.) (25X30.) _C. L.
Elliott._

     Presented by Mrs. Lewis, June 2, 1874.

251. Portrait of Rev. John Rodgers, D.D., (1727-1811.) (7X9.)

     Presented by Mrs. William Gerard, October 24, 1874.

252. Portrait of Henry Clay, (1777-1852.) (25X30.) _Samuel S. Osgood._

     Presented by Alice Talbot Lancey, February 14, 1875.

253. The Cavalry Charge of Lt. Harry B. Hidden. (75X45.) _V. Nehlig._

     This gallant charge was made near Sangster's Station, Va.,
     March 9, 1862. Lieut. Hidden, with fourteen of the 1st N. Y.
     Cavalry, charged a rebel outpost of one hundred and fifty infantry,
     driving them back, killing three, wounding five, and capturing
     fourteen. Lieut. Hidden was killed in the early part of the action.

     Presented by William H. Webb, June 5, 1875.

254. Interior of the Park Theatre, New York City, November, 1822.
(22½X31.) _John Searle._

     This water-color drawing of the new Park Theatre was made
     for William Bayard by an amateur artist; it represents the stage
     as occupied by Charles Mathews in the character of Morbleu, and
     Miss Ellen A. Johnson as Madame Bellegarde in Moncrieffe's popular
     farce of "Monsieur Tonson." The body of the house was filled by the
     artist with portraits of many of the most prominent citizens of New
     York at that time.

     Presented by the heirs of Mrs. Harriet Bayard Van Rensselaer,
     October 5, 1875.

255. Portrait of Robert R. Livingston, (1718-1775.) (34X45.) _John
Vanderlyn._

     This portrait was painted at Paris, in 1804, and presented to
     the American Academy of Fine Arts in New York, July 6, 1805, where
     it remained until that institution was dissolved.

     Presented by Mrs. Thomson Livingstone, October 3, 1876.

256. Portrait of Col. Andrew Warner, (1806-1899.) (29X36.) _George A.
Baker._

     Recording Secretary of the Society, 1846-1849 and 1854-1899.

     Painted for the Society, 1877.

257. Portrait of Gen. Aaron Ogden, (1756-1839.) (25X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Governor of New Jersey, and President-General of the Society
     of the Cincinnati.

     Painted, 1834.

     Presented by several members of the Society, October 2, 1878.

258. Portrait of Gulian C. Verplanck, (1786-1870.) (25X30.) _Charles C.
Ingham._

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1868-1869, and First
     Vice President, 1870.

     Painted about 1830.

     Presented by several members of the Society, October 2, 1878.

259. Portrait of Antonio Lopez de Santa Aña, (1795-1876.) (25X30.) _Paul
L'Ouvrier._

     Painted from life, about 1858.

     Presented by Frederic De Peyster, October 2, 1878.

260. Portrait of John A. Dix, (1798-1879.) (40X50.) _Daniel Huntington._

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1870.

     Painted for the Society, 1880.

     Presented by Charles O'Conor.

261. Vase of Flowers. (13X17.) Mary L. Baker.

     Presented by Richard E. Mount, February 3, 1880.

262. Portrait of Charles P. Daly, (1817-1899.) (25X30.) _William Page._

     Founder of the "Charles P. Daly Fund" of the Society.

     Painted in 1848.

     Presented, June 7, 1881, by Mrs. Charles P. Daly.

263. Portrait of a Lady. (34X46.)

     Presented by Frederic De Peyster, February 7, 1882.

264. Portrait of a Gentleman. (34X46.)

     This and the preceding picture came from Castleton, Staten
     Island, N. Y., the former residence of the Colonial Governor,
     Colonel Thomas Dongan. They are portraits of members of the Dongan
     family, and were purchased from the collection of the Hon. Caleb
     Lyon, January, 1882.

     Presented by Frederic De Peyster, February 7, 1882.

265. Portrait of Cornelius Steenwyck, (-1684.) (9½X12½.)

     Presented by Mrs. Eliza M. Clarke, of the Locusts, near
     Shrewsbury, N. J., November 4, 1856, through G. de Haert Gillespie,
     Esq.

266. Portrait of Cornelius Steenwyck, (-1684.) (24½X13½.) _Jan Van
Goosen._

     Steenwyck was prominent in the early annals of New York as
     Burgomaster, etc., under the Dutch, and Member of the Assembly,
     Alderman, Member of the Council, and Mayor under the English rule.
     This picture is supposed to have been painted at Haarlem, Holland,
     1667-1668, at which time Steenwyck was visiting his sister,
     the wife of the artist Van Goosen. It remained for more than a
     century in the family of Colonel Anthony White, from one of whose
     descendants--Miss Isabella J. Evans, of New Brunswick, N. J.--it
     came into the possession of the Society in December, 1882.

     The portrait is surmounted by the arms of Steenwyck, and below
     it is a view of the city of New Amsterdam, from a sketch made about
     1656. The head of Steenwyck, No. 265 of this Catalogue, seems to
     have been copied from this picture.

     Presented by several members of the Society, December 5, 1882.

267. Portrait of Thomas Payne, (1717-1799.) (23X29.) _G. Vander Puyl._

     Original of the portrait engraved for Dibdin's Decameron.

268. Portrait of John Payne. (25X30.) _Thomas G. Wainewright._

     The two preceding portraits, of father and son, celebrated
     London booksellers, were obtained from Mr. J. T. Payne, grandson,
     by Mr. F. S. Ellis, of London, and by him presented to the Society,
     April 3, 1883.

269. Portrait of Richard Hildreth, (1807-1865.) (25X30.) _Robert M.
Pratt._

     Painted in 1858.

     Presented by Miss Eugenia C. Pratt, February 5, 1884.

270. Portrait of Nicholas P. Trist, (1800-1874.) (25X30.) _Robert M.
Pratt._

     Painted in 1852.

     Presented by Miss Eugenia C. Pratt, February 5, 1884.

271. Portrait of Roger Strong, (1762-1836.) (10X28½.) _John Vanderlyn._

     Presented by his granddaughter, Miss Frances G. Mankin, May 5,
     1885.

272. Portrait of Robert Benson, (1739-1823.) (24X30.) _John Trumbull._

     Painted, 1804, when the subject was in his 65th year.

     Bequest of Robert Benson, Jr., May 5, 1885.

273. Portrait of Henry Benson, (1741-1823.) (25X30.) _John Vanderlyn._

     Painted, 1823, when the subject was 82 years of age.

     Bequest of Robert Benson, Jr., May 5, 1885.

274. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.) (Miniature.) _John
Trumbull._

     Judge-Advocate-General, War of the Revolution, Member of
     Congress, and U. S. Senator from New York, Judge U. S. District
     Court.

     Painted at Philadelphia, 1792.

     Presented by J. L. and G. C. McWhorter, January 5, 1886.

275. Portrait of Augustus Schell, (1812-1884.) (22X27.) _Eastman
Johnson._

     First Vice President of the Society, 1871, and President,
     1872, 1883-1884. Painted, 1885.

     Presented by Mrs. Anna Schell, January 5, 1886.

276. Return of the 69th Regiment, N. Y. S. M., from the Seat of War.
(140X87.) _Louis Lang._

     This regiment returned to the city of New York, on the morning
     of the 27th of July, 1861, after three months' service in the
     South, when it received a popular ovation, which the artist has
     faithfully depicted. The picture represents the troops turning into
     Broadway from Battery Place, where they had landed. The faces are
     mainly studies from life.

     Presented by the Artist, October 5, 1886.

277. Portrait of Benjamin H. Field, (1814-1893.) (29X36.) _Daniel
Huntington._

     Treasurer of the Society, 1860-1877; Second Vice President,
     1878-1884, and President, 1885-1886. Painted, 1875.

     Bequest of Mrs. Catharine M. Van Cortlandt Field, February 1,
     1887.

278. Portrait of Caroline E. S. Norton, (1808-1877.) (40X50.) _Samuel S.
Osgood._

     Painted, 1839.

     Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, November 1, 1887.

279. St. Peter's denial of Christ. (65X45.) _Samuel S. Osgood._

     Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, October 2, 1888.

280. Christ in the Prætorium. (38X50.) _Samuel S. Osgood._

     Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, October 2, 1888.

281. Portrait of Daniel Webster, (1782-1852.) (25X30.) _George P. A.
Healy._

     Painted in 1842.

     Presented by J. Pierpont Morgan, October 2, 1888.

282. Portrait of Lord Ashburton (Alexander Baring), (1774-1848.)
(25X30.) _George P. A. Healy._

     Painted in 1842.

     Presented by J. Pierpont Morgan, October 2, 1888.

283. Portrait of John Hampden Pleasants, (1797-1846.) (22X26.) Oval.

     Founder of the Richmond Whig, and its Editor for twenty-two
     years. Killed in a duel, February 27, 1846.

     Presented by Messrs. A. S. Buford, T. William Pemberton and
     Thomas Potts, 1889.

284. Portrait of John Alstyne, (1800-1869.) (33X41.) _Charles L.
Elliott._

     Painted in 1866.

     Presented by the Heirs of George P. Clapp, March 4, 1890.

285. Portrait of Henry Ten Broeck, (1754-1830.) (24X30.) _John Paradise._

     Painted in 1814.

     Presented by Henry Ten Broeck Gamage, June 2, 1891.

286. Portrait of Capt. John Waddell, (-1762.) (28X35.)

     Presented by Edmond B. Southwick, December 1, 1891.

287. Portrait of Mrs. John Waddell (Anne Kirton), (1716-1773.) (28X35.)

     Presented by Edmond B. Southwick, December 1, 1891

288. Portrait of Maximilian I., Emperor of Mexico, (1832-1867.) (36X47.)
Oval.

     Bequest of Mrs. Parthenia T. Norton, 1892.

289. Portrait of Carlota, Empress of Mexico. (36X47.) Oval.

     Bequest of Mrs. Parthenia T. Norton, 1892.

290. Portrait of John Alsop King, (1816-1900.) (38X45.) _Robert
Hinckley._

     President of the Society, 1887-1900.

     Painted for the Society, 1892.

291. Portrait of Rear-Admiral Samuel L. Breese, U. S. N., (1794-1870.)
(25X30.) _Daniel Huntington._

     Painted in 1872.

     Bequest of his widow, Mrs. E. L. Breese, 1892.

292. Portrait of Myron Holley, (1779-1841.) (24X29.)

     Presented by his daughter, Miss Sallie Holley, February 2,
     1892.

293. Portrait of Col. Zachary Taylor, (1784-1850.) (20X24.)

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 5, 1892.

294. Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, seated in her library, (1829-1893.) (24X15.)

     Author of the History of the City of New York.

     Bequest of Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, 1893.

295. Portrait of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, or Red Jacket. (19X29.) _Robert W.
Weir._

     Painted from life in 1828 at New York City.

     Presented by Winthrop Chanler, February 7, 1893.

296. Portrait of John De Peyster, 1798. (25X30.) _Charles Wilson Peale._

     Presented by his grandson, Christopher Champlin, June 5, 1894.

297. Portrait of Mrs. John De Peyster (Elizabeth Haring). (1743-1821.)
(25X30.) _Charles Wilson Peale._

     Painted in 1798.

     Presented by her grandson, Christopher Champlin, June 5, 1894.


298. Portrait of Mrs. Christopher Champlin, (1749-1823.) (23½X28.)

     Presented by her grandson, Christopher Champlin, June 5, 1894.

299. Portrait of Col. Johannes Knickerbacker, (1749-1827.) (21X25.)

     Commander of the 14th Albany Regiment in the War of the
     Revolution. Bequest of his grandson, the Rt. Rev. David B.
     Knickerbacker, 1895.

300. Portrait of Herman Knickerbacker, (1782-1855.) (22X29.)

     Bequest of his son, the Rt. Rev. David B. Knickerbacker, 1895.

301. Portrait of Capt. Daniel Delavan, (1757-1835.) (25X30.) _John
Trumbull._

     Captain of Light Horse, War of the Revolution.

     Presented by Marinus Willett Dominick, May 7, 1895.

302. Portrait of Commodore James Nicholson, U. S. N., (1737-1804.)
(25X30.)

     Presented by the Count de Gallatin, June 4, 1895.

303. Portrait of Rev. Alexander McWhorter, D.D., (1734-1807.) Crayon.
(8X10.)

     Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

304. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander McWhorter (Mary Cumming). Crayon. (8X10.)

     Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

305. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander N. Macomb (Julia Anna McWhorter).
(3X3½.) _Benjamin Trott._

     Miniature on ivory. Presented by George C. McWhorter, October
     1, 1895.

306. Portrait of James H. Allen. (2X2½.)

     Grandson of Chief Justice Allen of Pennsylvania. Born 1768,
     died 1778. Miniature on ivory. Presented by George C. McWhorter,
     October 1, 1895.

307. Portrait of Mrs. George Ogilvie (Ann McWhorter). Crayon. (7½X10.)

     Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

308. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.) (8X9½.)

     Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895. See No. 274.

309. Portrait of the Rev. Hooper Cumming. (25X30.) _Henry Inman._

     Bequest of Mrs. Julia C. Van Arsdale Jones, 1896.

310. Portraits of Mrs. Hooper Cumming (Sophie Wright) and daughter
Harriet, who married Edward A. Jee. (24X30.) _Rembrandt Peale._

     Bequest of Mrs. Julia C. Van Arsdale Jones, 1896.

311. Portrait of Sir William Johnson, Bart, (1715-1774.) (25X30.)

     Copy from the original in the possession of his great-grandson.

     Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

312. Portrait of Mrs. Augustus Jay (Anna Maria Bayard), (1670-.)
(29½X37.)

     Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

313. View in the Swiss Alps, 1845. (36X44.) _A. Castell._

     Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

314. Portrait of David Gelston, (1744-1828.) (27X33½.) _John Wesley
Jarvis._

     Presented by his granddaughter, Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop,
     January 5, 1897.

315. Seaport in Holland. (24½X17½.) _Adam Willaerts._

     Signed and dated 1640.

     Presented by Mrs. Susan C. Warren, May 4, 1897.

316. View of the Yosemite Valley, 1865. (71X54.) _Thomas Hill._

     Presented by Charles T. Harbeck, June 1, 1897.

317. Sepia Drawing of Trinity and Grace Churches, New York City.
(36X25.) _William Strickland._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., October 5, 1897.

318. Sepia Drawing of St. Paul's Church, New York City. (36X25.)
_William Strickland._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., October 5, 1897.

319. Portrait of Eugene Keteltas, (1802-1876.) (25X30.) _William O.
Stone._

     Bequest of Henry Keteltas, 1898.

320. Portrait of Eldad Holmes. (27X34.)

     First President of the Tradesmen's Bank of New York.

     Presented by the Bank, February 6, 1900.

321. Portrait of Preserved Fish, (1766-1846.) (33X42.)

     Fourth President of the Tradesmen's Bank of New York.

     Presented by the Bank, February 6, 1900.

322. Portrait of Edwin Smith. (28X34.) _Francisco Anelli._

     Presented by Mr. Smith, May 1, 1900.

323. Portrait of George P. Morris, (1802-1864.) (21X24.) _Charles L.
Elliott._

     Poet and Journalist.

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., November 7, 1900.

324. Portrait of William Kelby, (1841-1898.) (29X36.) _Robert Hinckley._

     Assistant Librarian of the Society, 1857-1893, and Librarian,
     1893, until his death, 1898.

     Painted for the Society, 1901.

325. Portrait of Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Keteltas, U. S. A.,
(1838-1896.) (37X60.) _Marietta Cotton._

     Presented by his sister, Alice Keteltas, June 4, 1901.

326. Portrait of Colonel Peter R. Livingston, (1737-1794.) (28X36.)
_William H. Powell._

     Bequest of Mrs. William S. Livingston, 1901.

327. Portrait of William Walton, (1706-1768.) (25X29.)

     Presented by Dr. William Walton Verplanck.

328. Portrait of William Walton, (1706-1768.) (40X50.)

     Bequest of Theodora M. Storm, 1902.

329. Portrait of Mrs. William Walton (Cornelia Beekman), (1708-1786.)
(40X50.)

     Bequest of Theodora M. Storm, 1902.

330. Portrait of The Very Rev. Eugene Augustus Hoffman, D.D.,
(1829-1902.) (40X60.) _Harry T. See._

     Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1896-1900, and
     President, 1901-1902.

     Painted for the Society, 1902.

331. Portrait of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman. (54X36.) _J. Carroll
Beckwith._

     President of the Society, 1903-1912.

     Painted for the Society, 1909.

332. Portrait of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman. (52X36.) _Rudolph Schmidt._

     President of the Society, 1903-1912.

     Presented by the Artist, March 7, 1911.

333. Portrait of Zophar Mills, (1809-1887.) (36X42.) _Frank B.
Carpenter._

     Presented by his daughter, Adelaide Mills, November 24, 1902.

334. Portrait of David Grim, (1737-1826.) (28X36.) _Samuel L. Waldo._

     Painted, 1812.

     Bequest of Sophie E. Minton, December 2, 1902.

335. Landscape. Sunset. (25X37.) _A. B. Durand._

     The last picture painted by the Artist, 1878, aged 83 years.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

336. Study from Nature. (10X14.) _A. B. Durand._

     Made at Hoboken, N. J., before 1834.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

337. Study from Nature. (11X14½.) _A. B. Durand._

     Made at Hoboken, N. J., before 1834.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

338. Ideal Head. A suggestion from life. (21½X27.) _A. B. Durand._

     Painted, 1836.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

339. Portraits, three children with landscape accessories. (29X37.) _A.
B. Durand._

     Painted about 1834.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

340. Landscape. Sunday morning. (25X36.) _A. B. Durand._

     Painted, 1839.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

341. Il Pappagallo. (24X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Painted from a model in Rome, 1840.

     Presented by the children of the Artist, through John Durand,
     April 7, 1903.

342. A Dream of Arcadia. Study for original picture. (9X14.) _Thomas
Cole._

     Presented by the children of the late Asher B. Durand, through
     John Durand, April 7, 1903.

343. Portrait of Asher B. Durand, (1796-1886.) (15X19½.) _William
Jewett._

     Painted in 1825.

     Presented by the children of the late Asher B. Durand, through
     John Durand, April 7, 1903.

344. Portrait of Philip W. Engs, (1790-1875.) (22X27½.)

     Presented by his grandson, Henry A. Bostwick, April 7, 1903.

345. View of New York about 1753. (37½X60.)

     Presented, December 6, 1904, by Miss Cornelia LeRoy White in
     the name of Goldsborough Banyer, late a Fellow of the Society.

346. Sacrifice of Abraham. (37½X40.) _Dutch School._

     Presented by Mrs. Peter Gerard Stuyvesant Ten Broeck, May 2,
     1905.

347. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant, (1592-1672.) (22½X17¾.)

     Painted from life.

     Director General of New Netherland, 1646-1664.

     Presented by his great-great-great-great-grandson, Robert Van
     Rensselaer Stuyvesant, February 2, 1909.

348. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant. (25X30.)

     Copy from the original.

     Presented by Nicholas William Stuyvesant, January 9, 1829.

349. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant, (1648-1698.) (25X35.)

     Son of Peter Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his great-great-great-grandson, Robert Van
     Rensselaer Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

350. Portrait of Gerardus Stuyvesant, (1690-1777.) (25X30.)

     Son of Nicholas William Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his great-great-grandson, Robert Van Rensselaer
     Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

351. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant, (1722-1780.) (25X30.)

     Son of Gerardus Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his great-grandson, Robert Van Rensselaer
     Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

352. Portrait of Petrus Stuyvesant, (1727-1805.) (25X30.) _Gilbert C.
Stuart._

     Son of Gerardus Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his great-grandson, Robert Van Rensselaer
     Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

353. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant, (1769-1833.) (25X30.)

     Son of Petrus Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his grandson, Robert Van Rensselaer Stuyvesant,
     June 6, 1905.

354. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant, (1796-1860.) (24X30.)

     Son of Nicholas William Stuyvesant.

     Presented by his son, Robert Van Rensselaer Stuyvesant, June
     6, 1905.

355. View near Fort Montgomery, New York. (21X14.) Water Color. _William
G. Wall._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., July 19, 1905.

356. View of the Highlands looking South from Newburgh Bay. (21X14.)
Water Color. _William G. Wall._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., July 19, 1905.

357. Portrait of Peter Augustus Jay, (1776-1842.) (27X33.) _Charles F.
Saltza._

     From the original by A. B. DURAND.

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1823; First Vice
     President, 1824-1827; President, 1840-1842.

     Presented by his daughter, Mrs. Matthew Clarkson, June 6, 1905.

358. View of the Dongan Manor House. (1876.) (19X13.) _J. H. Wright._

     West New Brighton, New York.

     Presented by Joseph T. Williamson, October 5, 1905.

359. "The Fight in the Air." (68X49½.) _Sigmund Lachenwitz._

     Presented by Mrs. Fancher Nicoll, May 1, 1906.

360. Portrait of Henry Dexter, (1813-1910.) (40X52.) _Charles A.
Whipple._

     Patron. Painted for the Society, 1901.

361. Portrait of Orrando Perry Dexter, (1853-1903.) (24X30.) _Charles A.
Whipple._

     Presented by his father, Henry Dexter, July 30, 1906.

362. Portrait of James William Beekman, (1815-1877.) (22X27.) _Walter
Satterlee._

     From the original by THOMAS LECLEAR.

     Second Vice President of the Society, 1872-1877.

     Presented by his sons, Gerard and James William Beekman,
     December 4, 1906.

363. Portrait of John D. Jaques, M.D., (1772-1839.) (25X30.) _Henry
Inman._

     Presented by David Ralph Jaques, February 5, 1907.

364. Portrait of John S. Giles, (1799-1880.) (48X51.) _J. B. Stearns._

     Painted 1858.

     Treasurer of the Widows and Orphans Fund, Volunteer Fire
     Department, New York City.

     Presented by his daughter, Mrs. Frances M. Gibson, June 4,
     1907.

365. Lake George View of Black Mountain from the Harbor Islands.
(60X32.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.


366. Sepia Drawing of Primeval Forest. (58X48.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

367. Head of a Roman. (24½X19½.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

368. View at Milton, New York. (23X30.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

369. Portrait of J. W. Casilear, (1811-1893.) (30X25.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

370. Hudson River View of Fishkill Mountains. (32X46.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

371. Portrait of [Nephew of A. B. Durand]. Unfinished. (12X14.) _A. B.
Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

372. Portrait of Asher B. Durand, (1796-1886.) (30X24.)

     Painted by himself.

     Presented by his daughter, Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman,
     November 12, 1907.

373. Landscape--Sunset. (25X34.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

374. Study from Nature--Rocks and Trees. (21X16¾.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

375. Study from Nature--Factory Point, N. H. (18X24.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.


[Illustration: 372. ASHER B. DURAND.

_BY HIMSELF._]

376. View of Chappell Brook--Adirondack Mountains. (28X33.) _A. B.
Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

377. Portrait--Sister of the Artist. (25¾X20½.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

378. Portrait of Mrs. John Durand. (12X9¾.) _A. B. Durand._

     Mother of the Artist.

     First portrait painted by DURAND, 1822.

     Presented by her daughter, Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman,
     November 12, 1907.

379. Portrait--Infant son of the Artist. (20X15¾.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

380. Portrait of a Lady. Unfinished. (14X12.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

381. Portrait of a Lady. Unfinished. (14X12.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

382. Head of a Roman. (29½X24¼.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

383. Head of a Roman. (24½X19¾.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

384. Study from Nature--Trees and Rocks upright. (16½X21.) _A. B.
Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

385. Trees. Pencil Sketch. (22¾X16¾.) _A. B. Durand._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.


386. Ariadne--Enlarged copy for study. (87½X70.) _A. B. Durand._

     From the original of JOHN VANDERLYN.

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

387. Landscape. (30X22½.) _J. W. Casilear._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

388. A Dream of Arcadia. (11½X13¾.) _Thomas Cole._

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

389. Dutch Singers. (25½X19½.)

     Presented by Mrs. Lucy M. Durand Woodman, November 12, 1907.

390. Portrait of George Bruce, (1781-1866.) (29X36.) _Daniel Huntington._

     Bequest of Matilda Wolfe Bruce, 1908.

391. Escape of the Constitution. (25X36.) _Thomas Birch._

     Bequest of Matilda Wolfe Bruce, 1908.

392. Portrait of David Leavitt. (29X36.) _J. B. Flagg._

     Painted, 1872.

     Presented by Mrs. James M. Lincoln, January 5, 1908.

393. Portrait of John B. Hall. (25X30.) Oval. _H. Inman._

     Painted, 1839.

     Presented by the Misses Helen L. and Evelina S. Hale, January
     5, 1908.

394. Portrait of Mrs. John B. Hall. (25X30.) Oval. _H. Inman._

     Presented by the Misses Helen L. and Evelina S. Hale, January
     5, 1908.

395. Portrait of Francis A. Hall. (13½X15½.) Oval.

     Presented by the Misses Helen L. and Evelina S. Hale, January
     5, 1908.

396. Portrait of George Carpenter. (25X30.)

     Presented by the Misses Helen L. and Evelina S. Hale, January
     5, 1908.

397. Portrait of Mrs. Maria Carpenter. (25X30.)

     Presented by the Misses Helen L. and Evelina S. Hale, January
     5, 1908.

398. Original Sepia of New York, 1852. (51X29.) _J. W. Hill._

     From which the View of New York in 1855 was engraved by C.
     Mottram and published by G. W. Smith.

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., January 5, 1908.

399. Portrait of a young man--DePeyster Family. (41X50.)

     Painted in Flanders and brought to this country by Johannes
     DePeyster.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

400. Portrait of a young lady--DePeyster Family. (41X50.)

     Painted in Flanders and brought to this country by Johannes
     DePeyster.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

401. Portrait of a member of the DePeyster Family. (41X50.)

     Painted in Flanders and brought to this country by Johannes
     DePeyster.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

402. Portrait of Col. James DePeyster, (1726-1799.) (46X61.) _Gerard
Beekman DePeyster._

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

403. Portrait of Abraham DePeyster (1753-.) (22X27.) _Gerard Beekman
DePeyster._

     Son of James DePeyster.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

404. Portrait of Mrs. William Axtell. (40X50.)

     Daughter of Abraham DePeyster, 1st.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

405. Portrait of John Livingston, (1714-1788.) (25X30.)

     Son of Philip Livingston, 1st.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

406. Portrait of Mrs. John Livingston, (1724-.) (25X30.)

     Née Catharine DePeyster.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

407. Portrait of William Axtell DePeyster. (16½X20½.) Oval.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

408. Portrait of William Axtell DePeyster. (10X12.) Oval.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

409. Portrait of Mrs. William Axtell DePeyster, (1800-.) (10X12.) Oval.

     Née Mary Beekman.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

410. Portrait of Mrs. William Axtell DePeyster. (8X10.) Oval.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

411. Portrait of Stephen Van Cortlandt. (7X8½.)

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

412. Portrait of Mrs. Stephen Van Cortlandt. (7X8½.)

     Née Jane Beekman.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

413. Portrait. (Unknown figures.) (26X32.)

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

414. Portrait of a Navigator. (Unknown.) (26X32.)

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

415. Portrait of Benjamin West, (1738-1820.) (20X24.) Oval. _Abraham
Delanoy, Jr._

     Painted, 1776.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

416. Landscape. (2½X3½.)

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

417. Portrait of Mary DePeyster McKnight, (1832-.) Miniature.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

418. Portrait of Elizabeth Van Rensselaer DePeyster. Miniature.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

419. Portrait of Catherine Augusta DePeyster. Miniature.

     Founder of the "William Axtell DePeyster and Mary Beekman
     DePeyster Memorial Fund" of the Society.

     Bequest of Catherine Augusta DePeyster, 1908.

420. Portrait of John Divine Jones, (1814-1895.) (52X60.) _Daniel
Huntington._

     Founder of the John Divine Jones Fund of the Society.

     Presented by Louisa F. J. Thorn, in the name of Mrs. John
     Divine Jones, February 2, 1909.

421. Common Meadow Vole and Rice Field Mouse. (28X22½.) _J. J. Audubon._

     Presented by Archer Milton Huntington, February 2, 1909.

422. Portrait of John Watts DePeyster, (1821-1908.) (34X48.) _E. S.
Jacquin._

     Painted, 1907.

     Presented by Mrs. Howard Townsend Martin, April 6, 1909.

423. Portrait of the Lincoln Family. (37X26.) _Frank B. Carpenter._

     Presented by Warren C. Crane, April 6, 1909.

424. View of Donner Lake, California. (120X72.) _Albert Bierstadt._

     Presented by Archer Milton Huntington, October 5, 1909.

425. Portrait of Matthais Bloodgood, (1803-1890.) (23½X20.) Oval.

     Presented by the family of Matthais Bloodgood, October 5, 1909.

426. Portrait of Mrs. Matthais Bloodgood (Maria Ackerman). (23½X20.)

     Presented by the family of Matthais Bloodgood, October 5, 1909.

427. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.) (25½X33.)

     Presented by Anna McWhorter Thomas in the name of George C.
     McWhorter, 1909.

428. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.) (Copy.) (24½X31½.)

     Presented by Anna McWhorter Thomas in the name of George C.
     McWhorter, 1909.

429. Portrait of a Lady. (Unknown.) (26X33½.)

     Presented by Anna McWhorter Thomas in the name of George C.
     McWhorter, 1909.

430. Portrait of John Alsop, (1724-1794.) (26X30.)

     Member of the Continental Congress from New York, 1774-1776.

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

431. Portrait of John Alsop King, (1816-1900.) (20½X25.) _Trumbull._

     Painted about 1830.

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

432. The Genius of Painting. (29X29.) _Romanelli._

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

433. Racing Horse "Eclipse." (30X25.) _E. Troye._

     Painted 1834.

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

434. Racing Horse "Sir Henry." (30X25.) _E. Troye._

     Painted 1834.

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

435. Landscape with Figures. (30½X38.) _Pannini._

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

436. Little Boys Reaping--Gray and White. (59X24.)

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

437. Portrait of George Washington, (1732-1799.) (5X4.) _W. Grimaldi._

     Painted for Rufus King.

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

438. Portrait of Matilda Hoffman, (1791-1809.) (Miniature.)

     Bequest of Mary Rhinelander King, 1909.

439. Portrait of Edward Bement, (1795-1866.) (Miniature.)

     Presented by his son, Edward Bement, February 8, 1910.

440. Autumn Woods. (54X84.) _Albert Bierstadt._

     Presented by Mrs. Albert Bierstadt, March 1, 1910.

441. Marine View. (60X94.) _T. Gudin._

     Presented by Mrs. Albert Bierstadt, March 1, 1910.

442. Bowling Green, New York, 1860. (33X48.) _David Johnson._

     Purchased by the Society, 1910.

443. View of Upper New York from the East River. (28X40.)

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, May 3, 1910.

444. New York City from Weehawken. (32X23½.) _N. Calyo._

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, May 3, 1910.

445. Fire of 1835. New York as seen from the Bay with Castle William in
the Foreground. (20½X30.)

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, May 3, 1910.

446. View of New York from the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. (20X29.)

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, May 3, 1910.

447. Broadway at Grand Street, looking north, 1852. (21X17.)

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, May 3, 1910.

448. Portrait of Morgan Lewis, (1754-1844.) (29X36.) _Charles C. Curran._

     President of the Society, 1832-1835.

     From the original by JAMES HERRING.

     Presented by Maturin Livingston Delafield and John Ross
     Delafield, June 7, 1910.

449. Portrait of Mrs. Horatio Gates (Elizabeth Phillips). (2¾X2¾.)
(Miniature.)

     Presented by John Austin Stevens, June 7, 1910.

450. Castle Garden, New York City, 1845. (28½X38½.)

     Presented by Samuel V. Hoffman, October 4, 1910.

451. Portrait of Peter Bryant, M.D., (4½X3.) (Miniature.)

     Father of William Cullen Bryant.

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

452. Portrait of Mrs. Peter Bryant, (3½X3¼.) (Miniature.)

     Mother of William Cullen Bryant.

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

453. Cameo Head and Bust of William Cullen Bryant, (1794-1878.) (1¾X1½.)

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

454. Portrait of William Cullen Bryant, (1794-1878.) (4¼X4½.)
(Miniature.)

     Painted, 1819.

     Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1871-1872, and
     First Vice President, 1873-1878.

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

455. Portrait of Mrs. William Cullen Bryant, (1797-1865.) (2¾X3¼.)
(Miniature.)

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

456. Portrait of Julia S. Bryant. (3X3¾.) (Miniature.)

     Daughter of William Cullen Bryant.

     Presented by Anna Fairchild, November 1, 1910.

457. Portrait of William Gilliland, (1734-1796.) (25X30.) _Ralph Earle._

     Painted, 1789.

     Bequest of Charlotte E. Draper, 1910.

458. Portrait of David Hosack, M.D., (1769-1835.) (30X36.) _Augustus G.
Heaton._

     From the original by THOMAS SULLY.

     Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1814-1816; Second Vice
     President, 1817; First Vice President, 1818; President, 1820-1827.

     Presented by the Artist, November 1, 1910.

459. Portrait of George Washington, (1732-1799.) (35½X29.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     Bequest of Carolina Phelps Stokes, 1910.

460. Portrait of Martha Washington, (1732-1802.) (35½X29.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     Bequest of Carolina Phelps Stokes, 1910.

461. Portrait of Commodore John H. Graham, (1794-1878.) (29X36.)
_William H. Powell._

     Bequest of Cornelia Graham Brett, 1911.

462. Portrait of Mrs. John H. Graham (née Milledoler). (36X29.) _William
H. Powell._

     Painted, 1839.

     Presented by Mrs. Herman Von Wechlinger Schulte, April 4, 1911.

463. Portrait of Jean Lazare Vaché, (1762-1833.) (Miniature.)

     Presented by his great-granddaughter, Isabella Vaché Cox, May
     2, 1911.

464. Portrait of Maria Anne Vaché, (1769-1835.) (Miniature), on tortoise
shell snuff box.

     Presented by her great-granddaughter, Isabella Vaché Cox, May
     2, 1911.

465. Portrait of John B. Vaché, (1792-1813.) (Miniature.)

     Presented by his grand-niece, Isabella Vaché Cox, May 2, 1911.

466. Portrait of Jedediah Vincent Huntington, (1815-1862.) (25X30.)
_Daniel Huntington._

     Presented by his nephew, Charles R. Huntington, November 14,
     1911.

467. Portrait of Henry Aaron Burr. (36½X29¼.)

     Presented by Mrs. Cornelius H. Van Ness, February 6, 1912.

468. Portrait of Mrs. Henry Aaron Burr. (36½X29½.)

     Presented by Mrs. Cornelius H. Van Ness, February 6, 1912.

469. Portrait of Emma Louisa Burr. (37X30.)

     Presented by Mrs. Cornelius H. Van Ness, February 6, 1912.

470. Portrait of Henry Burr. (24½X18½.)

     Presented by Mrs. Cornelius H. Van Ness, February 6, 1912.

471. Portrait of Julia Malvina Anderson. (2¾X2½.) _Alex. Anderson._

     Painted, 1820.

     Presented by her daughter, Miss Mary E. Halsey, October 1,
     1912.

472. Portrait of Franklin Pierce, (1804-1869.) (22X27.)

     Fourteenth President of the United States.

     Presented by Mrs. Frances M. Gibson, November 12, 1912.

473. Portrait of Benjamin B. Sherman, (1811-1885.) (25X30.) _George
Gerhard._

     Painted, 1885.

     Treasurer of the Society, 1878-1884.

     Presented, May, 1913, by his son, Charles A. Sherman.

474. Landscape. (14X23¼.) _John F. Kensett._

     Bequest of the late Kate Warner, 1914.

475. The Cavalier's Return. (30X28½.) _R. C. Woodville._

     Bequest of the late Kate Warner, 1914.

476. Children in Storm. (35X25.)

     Bequest of the late Kate Warner, 1914.

477. Portrait of a Welsh Prince. (44X32.)

     Bequest of the late Kate Warner, 1914.

478. View of Blackwell's Island, East River. (30X25.) _F. F. Palmer._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 7, 1914.

479. Portrait of William Darlington, M.D., (1782-1863.) (6½X9.) Oval.
_Jacob Eichholz._

     Painted at Lancaster, Pa., October, 1810.

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 7, 1914.

480. Portrait of Charles U. Combes. (14X17.) Water Color. _David E.
Cronin._

     Painted, 1891.

     Sergeant 1st New York Mounted Rifles.

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 7, 1914.

481. Fight Between Union and Confederate Cavalrymen. (11X17.) Water
Color. _David E. Cronin._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 7, 1914.

482. Fugitive Slaves in the Dismal Swamp, Va. (17X14.) Water Color.
_David E. Cronin._

     Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 7, 1914.

483. Portrait of the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, (1813-1887.) (24X19.)
(Crayon.)

     Presented by John H. Johnston, April 7, 1915.

484. Portrait of General Ebenezer Stevens, (1751-1823.) (36X27½.)

     Presented from the estate of Byam Kerby Stevens, in accordance
     with his wishes, April 30, 1915.

485. Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Va., Oct. 19, 1781.
(40½X60.) _Marietta Minnigerode._

     Painted in 1893.

     Copied from the original by TRUMBULL.

     Presented from the estate of Byam Kerby Stevens, in accordance
     with his wishes, April 30, 1915.

486. Portrait of Rev. Lazare Bayard. (45½X33.)

     Father-in-law of Gov. Peter Stuyvesant.

     Bequest of Cora V. R. Catlin, 1915, in the name
     of her brother, the late N. W. Stuyvesant Catlin,
     great-great-great-grandson of Governor Stuyvesant.

487. Portrait of Mrs. Lazare Bayard (Judith DeVos.) (45½X33.)

     Mother-in-law of Gov. Peter Stuyvesant.

     Bequest of Cora V. R. Catlin, 1915, in the name
     of her brother, the late N. W. Stuyvesant Catlin,
     great-great-great-grandson of Governor Stuyvesant.

488. Bayard Homestead at Alphen, Holland, with Portraits of Samuel
Bayard and Anna Stuyvesant, his wife; sister of Gov. Stuyvesant.
(36X47½.)

     Bequest of Cora V. R. Catlin, 1915, in the name
     of her brother, the late N. W. Stuyvesant Catlin,
     great-great-great-grandson of Governor Stuyvesant.

     The above three paintings were brought over by Governor
     Stuyvesant in 1647.


THE BRYAN COLLECTION



THOMAS J. BRYAN


Thomas Jefferson Bryan was the son of Guy Bryan and Martha Matlock, his
wife. He was born at "Spring Hill," Philadelphia, Pa., about 1800, and
died at sea, May 14, 1870, on board the French steamship "Lafayette,"
while on his way to New York, four days out from Havre, France.

Mr. Bryan graduated at Harvard University in 1823 and studied law, but
he never practiced his profession, as he had an adequate inheritance.

Much of his time was given to foreign travels in forming a valuable
collection of paintings. For a time this collection, known as the Bryan
Gallery of Christian Art, was displayed on the walls of a spacious room
in a house on the corner of Broadway and Thirteenth Street, where an
admission fee of twenty-five cents was charged to view the paintings,
Mr. Bryan himself being the custodian in charge. He next deposited them
in the Cooper Union, and in 1867 he deeded the entire collection to the
New York Historical Society, which he catalogued, arranged and added to
from time to time until his death in 1870.

[Illustration: 198. THOMAS J. BRYAN.

_WILLIAM O. STONE._

FOUNDER OF THE BRYAN COLLECTION.

PAINTED FOR THE SOCIETY, 1867.]



THE BRYAN COLLECTION

BYZANTINE SCHOOL


NO. SUBJECTS OF PAINTINGS. ARTISTS.

B-1. Virgin and Child. (15X13.)

     The Virgin, clothed in a rich crimson drapery which covers
     the head, holds the infant CHRIST on her right arm. The child
     has a gilt globe in his hand. Over his head is seen the date of
     the picture, MXC. It was brought from the East by the celebrated
     artist, PAPETI, who was sent to Greece by the French Government.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-2. Triptique. (8X20½.)

     A very remarkable and elaborate work; and of the highest
     interest in the history of art.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


ITALIAN SCHOOL

B-3. A Virgin and Child, with four Saints. (77½X39½.) _Guido of Siena._

     This picture is in perfect condition, and is from the renowned
     collection of M. Artaud de Montor, in the account of which it was
     engraved. It is described in the work of Gault de St. Germain (p.
     51).

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-4. Virgin and Child, with Saints. (17X9.) Oval Top. _Cimabue._

     From the De Montor collection--engraved.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-5. Knights at a Tournament. (24X24.) Round. _Giotto di Bondone._

     The frame is as ancient as the picture itself, of which it
     forms a part. It bears the arms of the Medici family. From the De
     Montor collection--engraved.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-6. Virgin and Child. (12½X8½.) _Simone Memmi._

     The head of the Virgin presents the same type as that
     exhibited in the portrait of PETRARCH'S LAURA, painted by MEMMI,
     which is in the Library of the Vatican. From the De Montor
     collection--engraved.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-7. The Last Judgment. (12½X8½.) _Simone Memmi._

     "CHRIST, with the cruciform halo, and the elliptical aureola,
     bordered with cherubim, appears in the heavens. Above, two angels,
     strangely enough colored entirely blue, sound the trumpet; below,
     the Virgin and ST. JOHN kneel upon the ground, from which rises the
     cross, on which two angels are looking. On the left, the elect,
     wearing crowns of gold, mount towards the sky, under the protection
     of a pitying spirit; on the right, the damned, covered with blood,
     are delivered to the demons by a minister of divine vengeance.
     JESUS himself wears a terrible expression. MICHAEL ANGELO is,
     therefore, not the first to have given him this menacing aspect.
     The general color of the picture pleases the eye by its extreme
     fineness: the Virgin and ST. JOHN by the beauty of their types."
     To this just and graphic description from the pen of M. Michiels,
     which appeared in the _Gazette de France_, it is needless to add
     anything more. From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-8. The Crucifixion. (8X21.) _Taddeo Gaddi._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-9. St. Jerome, St. Dominic, and St. Francis of Assisi. (15X10.) Oval
Top. _Taddeo Gaddi._

     The three Saints stand side by side. There is dignity in the
     attitudes and the draperies, and harmony in the color of this
     picture. From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-10. Two Wings of a Tabernacle. (19X8½.) _Lorenzo il Monaco._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-11. A Tabernacle. (24X22.) _Giottino._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-12. St. Anthony. (12X9½.) Triangle. _Giottino._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-3. A VIRGIN AND CHILD, WITH FOUR SAINTS.

_GUIDO OF SIENNA._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-13. St. Dominic. (12X9½.) Triangle. _Giottino._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-14. Crucifixion. (Half of a Triptique.) (14X10.) _Buonamico
Buffalmacco._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-15. A Tabernacle. (21X20.) _Buonamico Buffalmacco._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


SCHOOL OF THE TWELFTH CENTURY

B-16. A Tabernacle. (20½X18.)

     The carved arabesque work indicates the period of this
     picture, which has been much injured by the hand of time.

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


ANCIENT VENETIAN SCHOOL

B-17. Virgin adoring the Infant Jesus. (18½X11.)

     The Virgin kneels before her Divine Son. Around are angels,
     and behind her is JOSEPH. Above is a company of angels; and, in the
     distant sky, one is seen appearing to the shepherds. The infant
     has a crimson, cruciform aureola. In this rudely-drawn picture the
     future glory of the Venetian School, its gorgeous color, is plainly
     indicated.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-18. The Birth of John the Baptist. (24X24.) _Uccello._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-19. Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. (3½X3½.) _Castagno._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-20. Triumph of Julius Cæsar. (16X60½.) _Antonio Dello._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-21. The Crucifixion. (15X11.) _Botticelli._

     From the De Montor collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-22. Adoration of the Infant Christ. (79½X5½.) _Perugino._ [_Macrino
d'Alba._]

     The Virgin MARY, ST. JOHN the Baptist, ST. JEROME, ST. JOSEPH,
     ST. MICHAEL, and the Pope JULIUS II., are kneeling before the
     divine infant. Three small Angels, also kneeling, carry the nails
     and the Cross, emblems of the torture which the new-born should
     suffer. The CHRIST bears a striking resemblance to that of the
     little JESUS, so much admired, in a painting of the same artist,
     now placed in the Louvre, after having decorated the gallery of the
     King of Holland. ST. MICHAEL strikes the beholder by his noble air
     and his martial type. The head is evidently the portrait of GASTON
     DE FOIX, the model of the chivalry of the day. ST. JOHN is the
     lean prophet of the desert, the ascetic, and the eater of locusts
     and wild honey. At the top of the picture, three Angels play upon
     different instruments. In the background are seen the Capitol, the
     image of Roman power, and the vast ruins of the Coliseum. The head
     of JOSEPH, who stands behind ST. JOHN, must strike the considerate
     observer by its close resemblance to the type of JOSEPH which we
     find in the Holy Families of RAPHAEL. In the Cherub who holds
     the Cross, we also find great similarity to the little Angel who
     occupies so prominent a position in the famous Madonna of Foglino,
     from the same divine pencil. From the collection ERRARD. Signed and
     dated 1509.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-23. St. John, Weeping. (20½X16½.) _Leonardo da Vinci._

     For the authenticity of this picture, we have the high
     authority of Mr. Woodburn.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-24. St. John. (13½X10½.) Oval. _Leonardo da Vinci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-25. The Birth and Resurrection of Christ. (11X19½.) _Raphael._

     In the centre of the upper compartment, CHRIST, draped in
     red, and bearing the emblematic banner of the Cross, rises from
     an open tomb. His hand is raised with an expression of command.
     On each side are two soldiers sleeping, and two starting away in
     fright. A slender tree also is seen upon each side of the tomb; in
     the distance is a large hill. In the lower compartment are eight
     figures, besides the infant CHRIST. Six kneel in a semicircle about
     the new-born Saviour, who lies in the middle of the foreground.
     Three of these, on the left, are shepherds. On the right are the
     Virgin mother and two Angels. Next to MARY sits JOSEPH; and on the
     extreme left, a fourth shepherd approaches. Two slender trees here
     also appear on each side of the composition. In the distance are
     heavily undulating hills.

[Illustration: B-5. KNIGHTS AT A TOURNAMENT.

_GIOTTO DI BONDONE._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

     Very few Raphaels of this period exist. Those which are in
     the Vatican and the Louvre, show, in style and handling, an exact
     similarity to these pictures, which is absolutely conclusive. The
     donor wishes it to be understood, that, in his opinion, and in that
     of some of the accomplished and practised experts in Europe, there
     is not the slightest doubt of the authenticity of these pictures.
     Only the inexperienced and the uncultivated fail to trace in them
     the pencil of the divine RAPHAEL.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-26. Madonna and Child. (28X21½.) _Copy from Raphael._

     An old and admirably executed copy of the Bridgewater Madonna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-27. Dance of Cupids. (7X10.) _Copy from Raphael._

     Nine Cupids dance in a ring. On the left, one plays upon
     double pipes; on the right, another sits upon the ground. This
     copy is very fine, as it may well be, having been made by no less
     distinguished an artist than SASSOFERRATO himself.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-28. St. George, and St. Anthony of Padua. (47X22½.) _Gaudenzio
Ferrari._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-29. Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew. (17X28.) _Fra Bartolomeo._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-30. The Repose in Egypt. (29½X35.) _Giorgione._

     No. B-17 is a specimen of the ancient Venetian style, which
     should be examined in connection with these productions of the
     glorious days of that school.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-31. Prince of Palermo--in Disguise. (22X17½.) _Giorgione._

     Similar to that in the Royal Gallery of Naples, it is
     distinguished by the Prince holding a flute, and not a staff,
     a ring on his finger and an amulet in his fur cap. From the
     collection of the Marquis Sommariva.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-32. A Concert. (31X37½.) _Copy from Giorgione, by Watteau._

     Two men and a naked female sit in the open air, diverting
     themselves with music. Another female figure peers at the group
     from the shrubbery, which is not in the original, but found only in
     Watteau's Pastiche, No. B-247.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-33. The Repose in Egypt. (32½X41½.) _Titian._

     This composition was repeated many times by TITIAN, and
     without great variation. This repetition is distinguished by the
     absence of some figures in the background, and the introduction
     of a rivulet in the foreground, and a butterfly upon a flower in
     the right corner. It has twice been found necessary to remove the
     picture from its canvas: the drapery of the Virgin has suffered
     somewhat from this and other causes; the other parts of the picture
     are somewhat injured.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-34. Portrait of a Lady. (43X40.) _Style of Titian._

     From the collection of R. W. Meade, of Philadelphia.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-35. St. Jerome, in his Study. (39X29.) _School of Titian._

     Probably a copy by ODVARDO FIALETTI, scholar of TINTORETTO.
     This is a large copy of a print by ALBRECHT DÜRER. Its color shows
     it evidently to be of the Venetian School.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-36. Virgin and Child. (43X36.) Oval. _School of Titian._

     This picture came from the Gallery of Louis Philippe, and on
     the back was written "_Dans la Chambre du Prince._"

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-37. Portrait of a Presbyter. (20½X16½.) _Tintoretto._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-38. St. Benedict. (91X54.) Oval Top. _Francesco Zucco._

     The Saint is prostrate before an altar, receiving the black
     stole from the Virgin: the head of the Saint is worthy the palette
     of Titian. Signed and dated. Found in New York, by the donor.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-39. Abraham discarding Hagar and Ishmael. (24½X19½.) _Paul Veronese._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-40. Portrait of Charles, Constable de Bourbon. (23½X19.) _Ludovico
Brea._

     From the collection of General D'Espinoy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-18. THE BIRTH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

_UCCELLO._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-41. Christ Shown to the Multitude. (45X40.) _Sebastiano del Piombo._

     This picture, which is in very fine condition, and the
     principal figure in which much resembles that in the famous picture
     of _Christ looking into Hell_, in the Royal Gallery of Madrid, was
     purchased by the donor in Rome.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-42. Virgin and Child, with Angels. (44X34½.) _Andrea del Sarto._

     (_Bryan Collection._)


EARLY FLORENTINE SCHOOL

B-43. Virgin and Child, with St. John. (10X81.)

     It will be noticed that gold is used freely in the halos, and
     upon the draperies, which fall in somewhat stiff but ample and
     not unpleasing folds. This picture is from the collection of the
     Abbé GENOUDE, known as the translator of the Bible, by which he
     accumulated a fortune.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-44. Adoration of the Shepherds. (35½X34.)

     This picture is from the collection of the Sylvestre family,
     and was once improperly attributed to RAPHAEL. It bears many of the
     marks of GAROFALO'S pencil.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-45. The Crucifixion. (33X23.) _Andrea Mantegna._

     Mr. Michiels, the distinguished critic employed by the Belgian
     Government to prepare a history of Flemish Art, says of this work:
     "The CHRIST has a nobility in his attitude which few painters
     have been able to give him; the expression of the good robber is
     also grave and dignified. The whole picture bears the impress of
     a serene imagination; the coloring is sombre; the attitudes are
     distinguished by an air of majesty. We feel that the artist had, at
     the commencement of his career, severely studied the ancients. Two
     cuirasses, and some of the draperies, are gilded; gold is mingled
     with the other costumes, in the form of _traits,_ designating the
     folds. We are particular about these details, because they indicate
     the primitive epoch in which the picture was painted, and the
     manner in which they passed from the use of gold grounds to the
     entire abandonment of that metal."

     It should be observed that the Jewish type is preserved in the
     heads of many of the figures, which is the case of the works of
     very few other masters. It will be observed that there are in this
     crowded canvas no two pieces of offensive or defensive armor alike.
     This is worthy of particular remark, as SQUARCIONI, the master of
     MAN TEGNA, had the largest and most varied collection of ancient
     arms which existed in his day.

     Aside from its intrinsic merit, this picture is of the
     greatest interest when considered in connection with the _St.
     Jerome_ (B-47) by CORREGGIO, the disciple of MANTEGNA. In the
     peculiar mode of introducing gold in the lights of that noble
     painting, we notice an unmistakable similarity to MANTEGNA'S use of
     the same material in the work before us; thus showing the direct
     connection between the manner of the two painters.

     It is impossible to overrate the historical importance of the
     juxtaposition of this work of MANTEGNA with that of CORREGGIO.
     There is afforded in no other gallery, public or private, in the
     world, a similar opportunity to study the master and scholar side
     by side in works of unquestionable authenticity and the highest
     intrinsic merit.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-46. Adoration of the Kings. (19X14.) _Andrea Mantegna._

     Found in Venice, 1859.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-47. The Virgin and Child, Mary Magdalen, and St. Jerome (known as the
St. Jerome). (19X14.) _Correggio._

     Of this sketch M. Michiels remarks, that in it "burns in all
     its grace the talent of _Correggio_. Never has the Ecstasy of
     piety, or the fervor of religious affection, been better expressed."

     This picture differs from the large one at Parma, in the
     absence of the emblematic lion which stands in that by the side
     of ST. JEROME; and also in the color of some of the draperies,
     particularly in that of the canopy, which in this is striped,
     while in that it is of one color. In this, too, we find gold
     used in the halos and in the draperies, which is not the case in
     the other; a fact which points to the earlier production of this
     picture, and which also connects it in a remarkable manner with the
     _Crucifixion_ by _Mantegna_ (No. B-45).

     There can be no doubt that this picture is the finished sketch
     for the well-known _St. Jerome_, at Parma. The marked differences
     already alluded to in minor points, prove incontestably that it
     could not be the work of a copyist, who would, of course, reproduce
     his original with all possible fidelity. It is from the collection
     of Marshal Sebastiani, it having been nailed firmly to the wall in
     his bed-chamber.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-48. Virgin and Child. (34X27.) _Correggio._

     In support of the authenticity of this picture, we have the
     first authority in England,--that of Mr. Woodburn. The donor thinks
     it may be SCHIDONE.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-22. ADORATION OF THE INFANT CHRIST.

_ATTRIBUTED TO PERUGINO_

[_MACRINO D'ALBA_]]

B-49. Virgin and Child. (10X8.) _Bernardino Luini._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-50. Virgin and Child, with St. John. (32X25½.) _Giulio Romano._

     This picture was attributed to CÆSARI DA SESTO, but is now
     believed by the donor to be by GIULIO ROMANO. It is from the
     collection of Bishop Luscomb, Paris.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-51. Portrait of a Princess of Florence. (52X41½.) _Agnolo Bronzino._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-52. Portrait of a Noble Florentine as St. Barbe. (35X30.) _Agnolo
Bronzino._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-53. Portrait of a Venetian Lady as Mary Magdalen. (42X30.) _Copy from
Palma._ (_Vecchio._)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-54. Charity. (9X6½.) _Giuseppe Cesari d'Arpino._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-55. Virgin and Child. (8X6½.) _Annibale Caracci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-56. St. Joseph holding the Infant Jesus. (8X6½.) _Annibale Caracci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-57. St. Paul borne to Heaven by Angels. (19½X15.) _Domenichino._

     "Three angels bear aloft the interpreter of the divine will:
     one has the form of infancy, another of youth, the third of
     adolescence. The minister of our Lord raises his hands to heaven,
     on which he gazes with an expression of burning hope. How he seeks
     to discover the first rays of the eternal light! How he longs for
     the moment in which he shall appear before the Almighty! What
     enthusiasm animates his countenance! I doubt if the ardor of faith
     could be better shown. The little angel has those brilliant eyes,
     and that expressive visage, which this master knew so well how to
     paint; it is certainly not inferior to those which we admire in the
     grand salon of the Louvre. The angel of the second age charms the
     eye by a grace and an easiness of attitude extremely remarkable;
     upon his countenance burn the veneration and the love with which
     the Apostle inspires him. The entire group seems actually to mount
     in the air. Mr. Bryan had the good taste to purchase it at the sale
     of M. Forbin-Janson."

     To this just and graphic description, from the pen of M.
     Michiels, which appeared in the _Gazette de France_, it is needless
     to add anything more.

     This picture was formerly in the gallery of the Cardinal
     Lambruschini, and afterwards in the collection of M. Forbin-Janson,
     Director of the Louvre, at whose sale it was purchased by the donor.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-58. Christ Crowned with Thorns. (24½X20.) _Guido._

     If not original, it is the best copy ever seen by the donor.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-59. Magdalen in a Trance. (46½X36.) _School of Guido._

     This picture is from the collection of Louis Philippe. The
     head of the Magdalen is evidently a reminiscence of the Niobe
     discovered at Rome at the epoch of the painter.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-60. The Young Bacchus. (33X24.) Oval. _School of Carlo Dolci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-61. Lucretia. (33X24.) Oval. _School of Carlo Dolci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-62. Magdalen. (34X28.) Oval. _School of Carlo Dolci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-63. St. Dorothea. (34X28.) Oval. _School of Carlo Dolci._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-64. Christ disputing with the Doctors. (39X54.) _Gentileschi._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-65. Portrait of Galileo Galilei. (30½X24½.) _Justus Sustermans._

     From the collection of Louis Philippe.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-66. Virgin and Child. (18½X15½.) _Sassoferrato._

     Found at Rome.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-67. Landscape, with Historical Figures. (48X79.) _Salvator Rosa._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-45. THE CRUCIFIXION.

_ANDREA MANTEGNA._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-68. Landscape. (38½X46.) _School of Salvator Rosa._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-69. Landscape. (24X38.) _School of Salvator Rosa._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-70. Landscape. (24X38.) _School of Salvator Rosa._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-71. Marine View, with Architecture. (34X50½.) _Canaletto._

     Figures by TIEPOLO.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-72. Autumn. (18½X24½.)

     Purchased of Mr. TERRY, artist, Rome.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-73. Philip IV. of Spain. (26X21½.)

     Bought at Sienna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-74. Don John of Austria. (26X21½.)

     Bought at Sienna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-75. A Theologian Decorated with the Order of the Golden Fleece.
(26X21½.)

     Bought at Sienna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-76. Portrait. (29X24.)

     Bought at Sienna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-77. Portrait. (29X24.)

     Bought at Sienna.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


FLEMISH AND DUTCH SCHOOLS

B-78. Landscape. (25½X33.) _Jacobus van Artois._

     From the collection of Marshal Oudinot.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-79. Landscape. (12½X17.) _Jan Asselyn._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-80. Landscape. (19½X15½.) _School of Asselyn._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-81. Marine View. (16½X24.) _Ludolf Bakhuysen._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-82. A large Marine View. (60X54.) _School of Bakhuysen._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-83. Marine View. (24X31.) _School of Bakhuysen._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-84. Winter Scene. (35½X52.) _Jan Beerestraten._

     This is the finest specimen of the Master ever seen by the
     donor. It graced the collection of Cardinal Fesch.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-85. Boors Regaling. (29X24.) _Cornelius Bega._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-86. Landscape. (33X44.) _Dirk van Bergen._

     This is not a remarkable, though it is an authentic, specimen
     of the Master, and is signed.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-87. Italian Scenery, and Figures in Italian Costume. (16X20.)
_Nicholas Berghem._

     Dated and signed "BERCHEM," his true signature, and a superb
     specimen of this Master.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-88. Landscape, with Oxen at the Plough. (15X20½.) _Copy of Nicholas
Berghem._

     This picture was considered a BERGHEM by the Comte de Turenne,
     in the catalogue of his collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-89. Cattle and Herdsmen. (13½X11.) _Nicholas Berghem._

     This little picture, though much injured, is unquestionably
     authentic.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-90. Cattle Market. (29X38½.) _Petrus van Bloemen._

     The ruined buildings near which the cattle are grouped, are
     the remains of the Palace of the Cæsars, Rome.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-101. PORTRAIT OF A JANSENIST.

_PHILLIPPE DE CHAMPAGNE._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-91. Halt of Soldiers. (29X38½.) _Petrus van Bloemen._

     These two pictures were engraved as the works of DE LAER,
     by an English engraver, in 1769; an error of names but not of
     appreciation at that time, when DE LAER was rated with WOUWERMANS.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-92. Halt of Cavaliers. (10X11.) _Petrus van Bloemen._

     This is in his Flemish style.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-93. Landscape. (18½X24.) _Jan Both._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-94. Landscape. (15X12½.) _Jan Both._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-95. Italian Landscape: Sunrise. (21X27½.) _Jan Both._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-96. Italian Landscape: Sunset. (21X27.) _Jan Both._

     B-95 and B-96 are companion pictures: the spirited figures are
     by LINGELBACH.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-97. Interior of a Tavern. (15½X13.) _Renier Brakenburg._

     It is signed both by BRAKENBURG and JAN STEEN, and bears
     everywhere marks of the careful assistance of the latter.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-98. A Presentation to the Temple. (28X22½.) _Leonard Bramer._

     Signed and dated. Bought from J. Vollmering in New York city.
     It is as fine as REMBRANDT'S best works. The senior of REMBRANDT,
     he appears to have led the way for him in his shades.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-99. Robber examining Coin by Day-light. (9X6.) _Adrian Brower._

     This Master was much respected by RUBENS.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-100. Robber examining Coin by Candle-light. (8X6½.) _Adrian Brower._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-101. Portrait of a Jansenist. (41½X41½.) Round. _Phillippe de
Champagne._

     This picture is an excellent specimen of the Master.
     Collection of Mr. VIEN, artist.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-102. St. Paul. (20X16.) _Phillippe de Champagne._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-103. Cattle in a Landscape. (15X13½.) _Albert Klomp._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-104. An Equestrian Portrait. (19X16.) _Gonzales Coques._

     The picture gives but a feeble idea of the merit of the
     painter.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-105. Cattle and Figures in a Landscape. (22X26½.) _Albert Cuyp._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-106. Portraits of the Burgomaster d'Eyselyhn of Rotterdam, and his
family. (41X59.) _Jacob G. Cuyp._

     The landscape is probably not by CUYP.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-107. Landscape, with Figures. (24X20½.) _Guillam Dubois._

     The similarity of many parts of this picture to the works of
     RUYSDAEL is so great, that some dealer, more keen than honest, had
     placed his signature over that of the actual painter. Upon cleaning
     the picture, the fictitious signature, of course, disappeared, and
     that of DUBOIS, with the date, 1652, was brought to light; and
     hence results the unmerited obscurity of a landscape painter of no
     mean powers who preceded RUYSDAEL, and whose works are important in
     the history of art, as showing the origin of that Master's style of
     treating foliage.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-108. Landscape. (15½X21.) _John Renier de Vries._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-109. The Presentation at the Temple. (31X25½.) _Christian W. E.
Dietrich._

     This is the first picture bought by the donor, in Europe.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-110. Abraham discarding Hagar. (28½X24.) _Christian W. E. Dietrich._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-111. The Crucifixion. (31½X20½.) _Anthony van Dyck._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-112. Portrait of a Lady. (42½X35½.) _Anthony van Dyck._

     This picture belonged to General D'Espinoy's large and famous
     collection of portraits. It was covered with the dust of time; and
     the Cupid, which the donor found in perfect preservation, had been
     painted out by some sacrilegious hand.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-113. Portrait of Charles I. (30½X39.) _Anthony van Dyck._

     The monarch is represented on the same canvas in front,
     profile, and three-quarter view. The object in presenting such a
     picture was, as the reader will remember, to enable the Italian
     sculptor, BERNINI, who had not seen Charles, to model a bust.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-114. The Artist in his Atelier. (12X15.) _Gerard Douw._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-115. The Continence of Scipio. (52X67.) _Gerbrandt vanden Eeckhout._

     This is the most celebrated of the Master's compositions, and
     is cited by Descamps as his _chef d'oeuvre_. His pictures having
     been frequently changed into REMBRANDTS by picture-dealers, this
     specimen is the finest and purest which the donor has met with.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-116. The Crucifixion. (15X14½.) _Jan van Eyck._

     The cross upon which the dead CHRIST is suspended occupies
     the middle of the composition. On the left, ST. JOHN sustains the
     fainting Virgin, behind whom kneels the churchman for whom the
     picture was painted. His name, _Fr(ater) Aurelius de Emael_, is
     written in German-text across his figure. Behind him is a weeping
     female figure; on the left is a group of dignitaries and soldiers.
     A landscape, in which the towers of a distant city appear, closes
     the scene. Underneath the left arm of the cross appears the legend,
     _Vere Filius Dei erat iste_, in Roman characters of the epoch,
     which ceased to be used after the time when the painting in oil
     commenced. The forms in the CHRIST are somewhat meagre, but the
     anatomy is remarkably correct and particular. The expression in the
     faces of the several figures is marked. Modern art rarely shows us
     finer expression. The picture is slightly but admirably restored in
     the left arm of the cross, and a portion of the legend. It is of
     unquestionable authenticity and the extremest rarity.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-117. Landscape, with Figures. (22X36.) _Jacques Fouquières._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-118. Landscape. (26X39½.) _Jan Glauber._

     It is unrivalled by any production of the Master known to the
     donor, and is worthy of CLAUDE, to whom it has been attributed by
     some of the most distinguished experts of Europe. The figures are
     by GERARD DE LAIRESSE.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-119. Castle and Seaport. (14X23.) _John van Goyen._

     Bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-120. Dogs and Game. (16X21.) _Anthony Griff._

     This little picture is a fair specimen of the Master.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-121. The Marriage of St. Catherine. (36X27½.) Oval Top. _Jan Memling._

     The picture is in remarkably fine condition, and, aside from
     its intrinsic merit, is important in the history of Art. When
     purchased by the donor, its beauties were hidden beneath the
     accumulated blackness of ages; otherwise a private American fortune
     would have failed to obtain it, as the Director of the National
     Academy of Brussels, partly suspecting its value, was a competitor
     for its possession. It was purchased at the sale of the well-known
     _Collection Quedeville_.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-122. The Annunciation. (17X17.) _Copy from Jan Memling._

     This picture, as well as the preceding, is from the
     _Collection Quedeville_, and was supposed, for a long time, by
     some, to be an original; but a comparison of it with the "Marriage
     of St. Catherine," just noticed, will soon convince even the least
     practised eye of the error of this belief.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-123. View of an old City on the Rhine. (18½X25.) _Jan van der Heyden._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-124. Landscape. (25X32½.) _School of Mindert Hobbema._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-116. THE CRUCIFIXION.

_JAN VAN EYCK._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-125. Landscape. (25½X30.) _Cornelius Huysmans, of Mechlin._

     This is the finest easel-picture of this Master known to the
     donor. One inferior to it in every respect was placed by the side
     of a HOBBEMA at the exhibition of the British Institution, 1851,
     and sustained itself.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-126. Portrait. (25X20.) _Karl du Jardin._

     Portraits by this Master are very rare.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-127. Landscape, with Figures. (24X21.) _Karl du Jardin._

     The signature is in script, _K. du Jardin_; an unusual one for
     the Master, who almost always signed in Roman letters.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-128. Landscape: Cattle and Figures. (14X21.) _Jan Kobell._

     Purchased in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-129. Portrait. (48½X39½.) _Sir Peter Lely._

     This is the portrait of a sister to the Duke whose portrait,
     representing him holding an orange, is in the Louvre, and which
     was long attributed to VANDYKE; and the donor, with due deference,
     declares both portraits to be painted by the same artist--Sir PETER
     LELY. It is from the collection of DROLLING, artist.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-130. Portrait. (17X13.) _Nicholas Maas._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-131. Virgin and Child, with Cherubs. (13½X10.) Oval Top. _Jan de
Mabuse._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-132. Virgin and Child. (27½X22.) _Jan de Mabuse._

     This picture in its composition and expression shows the
     influence of the painter's study in Italy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-133. A Triptique. (28X39½.) _Quintin Matsys._

     Bodily rather than mental suffering is portrayed in this
     picture by a painter who sought expression alone. His Misers, in
     the English Queen's collection, is the connecting link between the
     early and the more modern Flemish art.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-134. Boors regaling. (12½X9½.) _Jan Molenaer._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-135. Winter Scene. (31X44½.) _Nicholas Molenaer._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-136. Landscape. (14X18½.) _Frederick Moucheron._

     This picture is signed by the artist.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-137. Landscape. (18X21½.) _Frederick Moucheron._

     Bought in New York City.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-138. Portrait. (12X11.) _Jan van Neck._

     This picture is from the gallery of Cardinal Fesch, at the
     sale of which it was purchased,--but not by the donor,--as by
     NETSCHER, the true signature being covered by the false one of
     NETSCHER.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-139. Landscape by Moonlight. (24½X35.) _Arnold van der Neer._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-140. The Interior of a Cathedral. (14X18.) _Peter Neefs._

     The figures are by Franck and the picture is signed by both
     masters.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-141. Portrait of Madame de Montespan. (19½X15.) _Caspar Netscher._

     The Duchess sits near a small table, playing upon the harp; at
     her feet sits her son, the Duc de Maine. The artist has intended
     to represent the lady as St. Cecilia. The anvil, hammers, and
     balance, introduced into the painter's design, are allusions to the
     discovery of the musical octave by Pythagoras, and also her sitting
     upon a celestial globe typical of the music of the spheres.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-142. A Carnival Scene. Twelfth Night. (66½X92.) _Jacob van Oost._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-143. A Lady playing with a Dog. (37X30.) _Jacob van Ochterveldt._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-152. PORTRAIT.

_PAUL REMBRANDT._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-144. Portraits of the Painter's Wife and Child. (11½X10.) _Adrian Van
Ostade._

     From the collection of Cardinal Fesch.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-145. Head of a Boor. (5X4½.) _School of Ostade._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-146. A Dutch School. (13X16.) _Isaac van Ostade._

     From the Da Costa Collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-147. Landscape, with Figures. (6X7½.) _Cornelius Poelemburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-148. Portrait of Henri IV. (15X9½.) _Francis Porbus._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-149. A Nobleman and Lady. (14X11.) _Francis Porbus._

     Leaving a chateau, to promenade in the garden.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-150. A Waggoner, Horse, and Greyhound. (8X15½.) _School of Paul
Potter._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-151. Battle-Piece. (20X23.) _Augustus Querfurt._

     The group of Hercules and the Lion standing upon a Pedestal
     near the middle of the picture will remind one of RUBENS. (No.
     B-161).

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-152. Portrait. (27X21.) _Paul Rembrandt._

     This portrait is signed with the R., the early signature of
     the Master. It was bought at the sale of the celebrated miniature
     painter SAINT, to whom it belonged, by Mr. Roehn, the celebrated
     connoisseur, and was sold by him as REMBRANDT'S to Mr. Jecker,
     the same who left his important collection of prints to the
     _Bibliothèque National_ at Paris.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-153. Tobit and the Angel. (18X13.) _Copy from Paul Rembrandt._

     Copied by SCHUERMAN from the original in the Louvre.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-154. Holy Family. (15X12½.) _Copy from Paul Rembrandt._

     The copy is also by SCHUERMAN, who died in 1847.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-155. Portrait of an Abbé. (20X17.) _School of Paul Rembrandt._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-156. St. John preaching. (29½X42.) _Theodore Rombouts._

     In a former catalogue this picture was classed among unknown
     artists. The donor has since discovered it to be by ROMBOUTS. From
     the collection of General Desport.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-157. View of a Windmill on a Canal. (10½X12½.) _Theodore Rombouts._

     Signed by the artist. Bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-158. St. Catherine. (38½X28½.) _Peter Paul Rubens._

     There are but six pictures of this quality of color by
     RUBENS, known to the donor. Three are in the Louvre, one is
     over the painter's tomb, one is the famous _Chapeau de Paille_,
     and the other is before us. It was brought from a church in the
     neighborhood of Brussels, by NIEUWEN-HUYSEN, the elder, and sold to
     the Count Perregeau.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-159. Christ bearing the Cross. (59X24½.) _Peter Paul Rubens._

     This picture is especially valuable for historical
     considerations, as being the only one which RUBENS is known to have
     painted on cedar panel. It formed one compartment of a triptique in
     the Cathedral of Antwerp. The centre compartment represented the
     Flagellation of Christ.

     The donor has the authority of Mr. HERIS for the authenticity
     of this picture, and the locality from which it was stolen.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-160. Portrait of a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece. (44X33.)
_Peter Paul Rubens._

     This picture is from the collection of Louis Philippe, King of
     the French, and was supposed to be by VANDYKE.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-160. PORTRAIT OF A KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN
FLEECE.

_PETER PAUL RUBENS._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-161. Hercules strangling the Nemean Lion. (80X67.) _Peter Paul Rubens._

     Several persons, whose opinions the donor highly respects,
     have denied the authenticity of this picture; but he thinks that,
     on a careful examination, its wonderful energy and muscular
     movement can be attributed to no other hand, no other head, than
     that of RUBENS. It is the Belvidere Torso--that only acknowledged
     Master of MICHAEL ANGELO--put into action, and was doubtless
     painted in Italy. It is known that _Rubens_ attempted to draw the
     lion from nature, when he was irritated by his keeper. He made but
     a hasty sketch.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-162. Landscape, with Figures. (12X16½.) _Peter Paul Rubens._

     From an old chateau in Normandy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-163. Ascension of the Virgin. (10X8.) Oval. _Copy from Peter Paul
Rubens._

     This copy was made by CORNELIUS POELEMBURG.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-164. Group of Christ, St. John, and two Angels. (10X11½.) _Copy from
Peter Paul Rubens._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-165. Satyr and Nymphs. (13X18½.) _School of Rubens._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-166. Effect of Candle-light. (40½X31.) _School of Rubens._

     Copied from a well-known etching of RUBENS.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-167. Distant View of Haarlem. (19X27½.) _Jacob Ruysdael._

     The figures in the foreground are by VANDEVELDE.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-168. Marine View. (30½X43.) _Jacob Ruysdael._

     The figures are by VANDEVELDE.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-169. Landscape, with Cattle. (22X17.) _School of Ruysdael._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-170. Landscape. (14X21½.) _Solomon Ruysdael._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-171. Dogs Worrying a Cat. (55X72.) _Francis Snyders._

     The landscape by WILDENS, the cat by OUDRY, by whom it was
     added, and to whom the picture belonged. From the collection of
     DROLLING, the artist.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-172. Still Life. (44X64.) _Francis Snyders._

     Collection of Marshal Oudinot.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-173. Interior: Family Scene. (29X37.) _Jan Steen._

     The patient is the painter's own wife; on the right are the
     VAN GOYENS, (her father and mother,) and JAN STEEN himself stands
     on her left, regarding the operation with interest.

     This picture, which is superior to the only specimen of the
     Master in the Louvre, was purchased from the Gallery of the Count
     De Turenne, the last of the family of the celebrated Marshal.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-174. Landscape and Figures. (11½X14½.) _Jan Steen._

     Signed by the artist, and bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-175. Incantation Scene. (14½X20.) _David Teniers the Younger._

     This picture is unsurpassed by any other of the Master; and
     if ever equalled, it is only by one in the Gallery of Madrid,
     representing TENIERS himself, painting the portrait of the Grand
     Duke Leopold and his family; a picture which makes painters wonder
     and despair. Collection Sylvestre.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-176. Village Fête. (18½X28½.) _David Teniers the Younger._

     Collection Marshal Sebastiani.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-177. Village Fête. (17½X20.) _David Teniers the Younger._

     A picture similar in subject but inferior in treatment to the
     preceding; probably executed in old age.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-182. WILLIAM, PRINCE OF ORANGE, (WILLIAM III.)

_GERARD TERBURG._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-178. Boors Regaling, and playing at Skittles. (11X14½.) _David Teniers
the Younger._

     Collection Duc de Berri.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-179. Charles V. leaving the town of Dort. (23X39.) _David Teniers the
Younger._

     The Emperor, in full armor, is about to descend the steps of
     a large building. The Archbishop gives him his blessing. Persons
     of dignity, in church and state, are grouped on all sides. In the
     background is the ship in which the Emperor is about to embark.
     This composition is filled with portraits; among which, in the
     figure bearing the standard on the extreme right, we recognize that
     of the Painter himself. Collection D'Espinoy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-180. Parable of the Laborer who received a Penny. (22X17.) _David
Teniers the Younger._

     In which is introduced the portrait of RUBENS in his medal
     chain, also the portraits of REMBRANDT and other artists and two
     children of TENIERS. From the collection of Louis Philippe.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-181. Landscape and Figures. (9½X13½.) _David Teniers the Younger._

     A wonderful effect, and familiarly styled by painters as the
     "après déjeuner" manner. Bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-182. Portrait of William, Prince of Orange, (William III.) (30½X23.)
_Gerard Terburg._

     This was supposed to be the portrait cited by Descamp as the
     one which William insisted that the artist should paint; he being
     a burgomaster devoted to the Prince's cause. It is signed "G.
     TERBORCH," the only genuine signature of the Master.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-183. Marine View. (25X29.) _William van de Velde._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-184. Marine View. (12½X14.) _William van de Velde._

     From Collection Giroud, Paris.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-185. Marine View. (9½X12½.) _William van de Velde._

     Bought in Philadelphia.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-186. Landscape, with Animals. (9X11½.) _Adrian van de Velde._

     This picture, though small, gives a just idea of the power
     of the Master, from whose pencil the donor has never seen a
     feeble work; though ADRIAN may have adorned with his figures the
     compositions of inferior masters. This picture, together with the
     small landscape by RUBENS (No. B-162), is from an old chateau in
     Normandy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-187. Landscape, with Figures. (25X33.) _Abraham Verboom._

     So fine a specimen of the Master is rarely to be found. The
     group of figures, by LINGELBACH, is almost worthy of WOUWERMANS.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-188. The Three Graces. (19X15½.) _Chevalier van der Werf._

     From Hunter's collection, New York.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-189. Ruins, with Figures. (22X17½.) _Jan Baptist Weenix._

     In the opinion of the donor, this picture, though striking at
     first, is extremely false in everything, like most others of this
     painter's works. It is from the collection of Cardinal Fesch.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-190. Travellers, by a River-side. (12X16.) _Philip Wouwermans._

     This picture has, unfortunately, been much injured in many
     places; but in the head and shoulders of the white horse may
     be found a specimen of the Master's style of painting; and the
     signature is unquestionably genuine.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-191. Departure of a Hawking Party of Nobles from a Baronial Castle.
(43X51½.) _Philip Wouwermans._

     The largest picture in size and manner which the donor has
     seen by this Master. From the Meert collection, sold in New York,
     Dec., 1865.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-199. ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON.

_ALBRECHT DÜRER._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-192. The Burning and Sacking of a Town. (21X19.) _Philip Wouwermans._

     If not a copy, it is an early picture of the Master, and
     though meritorious, gives no idea of the fullness of his powers.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-193. Landscape. (8X10½.) _Jan Wynants._

     The equestrians and beggar in the foreground are by BARENT
     GAAL. It is a fair specimen of the Master. Collection Giroud, Paris.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-194. Still Life. (7¾X10¼.) _Henry Martin Rokes._

     It, as well as the "Sorcery Scene," by TENIERS, ornamented
     the collection of Mons. Sylvestre, whose ancestors have been
     either artists or connected with art since the year 1490. A noble
     pedigree. This artist inherited the name of _Zorg_ (careful) from
     his father.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-195. Ruins, with Figures. (20X26.) _Flemish School._

     (_Bryan Collection._)


GERMAN SCHOOL

B-196. Venus and Cupid. (19½X13.) _Lucas Cranach._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-197. Portrait of a Lady. (28X22.) _Lucas Cranach._

     It is from this painter's pencil that we have the only known
     or recognized portrait of Martin Luther. Collection D'Espinoy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-198. Portrait. (20½X17.) _Balthazar Denner._

     An old Lady, with a silk hood. The marks of age are given with
     great accuracy and truthfulness.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-199. St. George and the Dragon. (16½X13.) _Albrecht Dürer._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-200. Triumph of Christianity. (26½X38.) _School of Dürer._

     This picture is from the collection Quedeville.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-201. Interior of a Private Chapel. (33½X25.) _Hans Holbein._

     The family of Count Valkeniers are at prayers--the father and
     the two eldest sons being in armor, ready to depart for war.

     From the collection of Joseph M. Meert de Domberg, New York.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-202. Portrait of a Professor. (30½X23½.) _Hans Holbein._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-203. The Judgment of Paris. (6½X9.) _Joachim Uytenwael._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-204. Adoration. (43X32.) _Martin Schoen._

     On the right will be seen a Priest, holding a book, and
     supposed, by General D'Espinoy, from whose collection it came, to
     be a portrait of Luther, in his youth.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-205. Landscape, with Figures. (11½X16½.) _Valkenburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-206. Landscape. (13X20.) _Valkenburg._

     These pictures possess great interest, in being historically
     known as the earliest landscapes painted otherwise than as a mere
     accessory to some historical, religious, or other subject. Both of
     them are from the collection Quedeville.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


SPANISH SCHOOL

B-207. Philip IV. of Spain, as David with Goliath's Head. (74½X43.)
_Diego Velasquez._

     From the collection of Marshal Sebastiani.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-208. Landscape. (37X43½.) _Diego Velasquez._

     Found at Rome. A picture of a similar style--the only one
     ever seen by the donor--is in the possession of Mr. Madrazo, the
     Director of the Royal Gallery of Madrid.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-209. Portrait of the Infanta Margarita of Spain. (28X24.) _Diego
Velasquez._

     From the collection of R. W. Meade, U. S. Consul at Cadiz.
     1808.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-210. Still Life. (27½X76.) _Diego Velasquez._

     Preparation for an _olla podrida_, from the collection of R.
     W. Meade.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-211. Adoration of the Magi. (42X64½.) _Murillo._

     In the style and color of the three pictures now in the
     Vatican--a late gift to his Holiness by the Ex-Queen of Spain.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-212. Adoration of the Shepherds. (57X80.) _Murillo._

     From the Gallery of Marshal Soult.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-213. The Vision of St. Francis. (23½X19.) _Murillo._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-214. St. Joseph. (65½X47.) _Murillo._

     St. Joseph is bearing Christ in his arms, who is looking at
     the Carpenter's tools. From the collection of R. W. Meade.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-215. The Entombment of Christ. (78X92.) _Sebastian Llanos y Valdes._

     From the Gallery of Marshal Soult.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-216. Christ borne to the Tomb. (70X50½.) _Spanish School._

     A repetition of a Spanish picture in the Church of St. Pietro,
     in Montorio, Rome.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-217. Portrait of a Queen of Spain. (29X23.) _Spanish School._

     Imitation of VELASQUEZ.

     (_Bryan Collection._)


FRENCH SCHOOL

B-218. The Entombment of Christ. (27X9.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-219. The Resurrection. (27X9.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-220. Head of Christ. (15X11.)

     It is upon leather, which was stamped and gilded so as to
     form around it a strange quadrangular halo, in which _fleur de
     lis_ is prominent. Upon the edge is an inscription, of which only
     ADORO--REDENTOR, I. H. S., is legible. It is probably not older
     than the latter part of the fourteenth century, and was, doubtless,
     an object of adoration to some devout Catholic.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-221. Diana of Poictiers, as Judith with the Head of Holofernes.
(39X27.) _Martin Freminet._

     The ornaments in gold, and precious stones, are from the
     compositions of the celebrated BENVENUTO CELLINI, and have been
     copied by modern jewelers.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-222. The Repose in Egypt. (36½X30.) _Nicholas Poussin._

     The attitude of the Virgin is remarkable, not only for its
     graceful dignity, but for its perfect expression of the fact that
     she is listening calmly but intently to the narrative which Joseph
     is evidently relating. The landscape, though not highly finished,
     is grandly composed; and upon it the twilight of dawn is made to
     fall with sweet solemnity.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-223. The Daughter of Pharaoh about to bathe in the Nile. (25½X29.)
_Nicholas Poussin._

     Two attendants are about to disrobe the Princess; a third
     kneels at her feet with a vase of anointing oil. Before her is
     a figure emblematic of the river. The group is finely composed,
     and the forms and attitudes are simple and chaste almost to
     statuesqueness.

     Both these pictures display the knowledge of form, the
     classical taste, and the color which are characteristic of this
     Master, recognized as the _Peintre des Gens d'Esprit_. This
     sketch is in the best manner of POUSSIN, and was formerly in the
     collection of M. de St. Aubin.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-224. Classic Landscape. (29X36½.) _Nicholas Poussin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-225. Diana and her Nymphs bathing. (44½X56.) _Nicholas Poussin._

     This is an unfinished sketch.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-226. Portrait of Duchesnois, the Flemish Sculptor. (27½X23.) _Nicholas
Poussin._

     Duchesnois lived with POUSSIN in Rome. From the collection of
     Gen. D'Espinoy.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-227. Landscape. (9½X7½.) _Guaspre Poussin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-228. Landscape. (9½X7½.) _Guaspre Poussin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-229. Grand Landscape: Hagar in the Desert. (37½X50½.) _Guaspre
Poussin._

     This picture, which has been engraved, is in the finest manner
     of the Master. The figures are by PHILIPPE LAURI. It is from the
     collection of Marshal Sebastiani.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-230. Landscape, with Figures. (39½X50½.) _School of Claude Lorraine._

     The peasants in the foreground are designed after DOMENICHINO;
     but the figure who leans against a tree, in the shadow on the left,
     and plays upon a pipe, is like CLAUDE. CLAUDE was so conscious of
     the want of merit in his pictures, he used to say that he sold his
     landscapes and gave away the people in them. Collection of Marshal
     Sebastiani.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-231. A Grand Landscape, Marine View, and Figures, an Ancient Group in
marble representing Echo punished. (46X59.) _School of Claude Lorraine._

     This picture belonged to M. Forbin-Janson, Director of the
     Louvre; it was believed by him to be an original.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-232. Landscape, with a Sea-View. (14X17.) _School of Claude Lorraine._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-233. Landscape. (15½X15½.) Round. _School of Claude Lorraine._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-234. Portrait of a Lady at her Toilet. (40½X32½.) Oval. _Pierre
Mignard._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-235. Holy Family. (14X12.) _Pierre Mignard._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-236. The dead Christ supported by the Virgin. (18X17.) _Eustache le
Sueur._

     From the collection of the Abbé Genoud.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-237. Portrait. (19X15.) _Charles Le Brun._

     From the Parant Collection.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-238. Battle-Piece. (9X19.) _Jacques Courtois._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-239. Battle-Piece. (9X19.) _Jacques Courtois._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-240. Christ in the Wilderness, ministered to by Angels. (36X46.)
_Charles de la Fosse._

     This picture was formerly in the collection of Cardinal Fesch.
     After its arrival in Paris, in the possession of the donor, it was
     solicited for the Gallery of the Louvre.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-241, B-242. Scenes from the Life of St. Charles de Borromeo. (25X38½.)
_Jean Jouvenet._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-243. Portraits of two Ladies. (57X44½.) _Nicholas de Largillière._

     This picture was also sought from the donor for the Gallery of
     the Louvre.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-244. Portrait of a Marshal of France. (32X25½.) Oval. _Hyacinthe
Rigaud._

     From the Collection Vien. It is a very fine specimen of the
     Master. Our own STUART thought the Portraits of RIGAUD'S two
     sisters, by him, the most natural and true he ever saw.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-243. PORTRAITS OF TWO LADIES.

_NICHOLAS DE LARGILLIERE._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-245. Musicians. (18X15.) _Antoine Watteau._

     This picture is evidently cut from a large and important work.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-246. A Venetian Fête, or Ball, by day. (25½X31½.) _Antoine Watteau._

     A composition unrivalled for picturesqueness of design and
     richness of color.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-247. Landscape, with Figures. (18X22.) _Antoine Watteau._

     This is but a sketch, in the style of GIORGIONE. (See No.
     B-32.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-248. Landscape, with Figures. (17½X22.) _Jean Baptiste Pater._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-249. Portrait of the Cardinal de Rochechouart. (53½X39.) _Pompeo
Battoni._

     From the Chateau Courcelle, the seat of the Cardinal's family.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-250. Head of a Boy. (11½X9.) _Pompeo Battoni._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-251. Still Life. (16X24.) _Jean B. S. Chardin._

     The viands for a _jour maigre_ under the rule of the Church.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-252. Portrait of Louis XVII., Dauphin. (22½X17½.) _School of Greuze._

     He is represented as seven or eight years old. He wears a blue
     scarf indicating his rank. From the collection of M. de Mont Louis,
     a devoted legitimist, who died at a very advanced age, in 1850. It
     bears much resemblance to the works of CHARDIN.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-253. Park of St. Cloud. (13X29.) _Hubert Robert._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-254. Portrait of Dr. Ambroise Paré, the Father of French Surgery.
(14½X11.) _Peter Porbus._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-255. Italian Scenery, with Figures. (31½X45.) _Joseph Vernet._

     Painted by the artist for his friend, Balthazar, the
     architect, from whose collection it came. It is a fair specimen of
     the Master.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-256. The Bay of Baia, an effect of Moonlight. (14½X25½.) _Joseph
Vernet._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-257. A Seaport. (39X53.) _Joseph Vernet._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-258. Landscape, painted for a Snuff-Box. (5X5.) Round. _Joseph Vernet._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-259. Portrait of a Receiver-General. (18½X14.) _Robert Tourniere._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-260. A Nymph of Diana. (42X53.) _Jean Baptiste Greuze._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-261. A Repetition of the L'Aveugle Dupé. (24X19.) _Jean Baptiste
Greuze._

     An early production. Bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-262. Portrait of the Duc de Choiseul. (24X19½.) _Jean Baptiste Greuze._

     From the collection of PARANT, who painted, on porcelain, the
     heads of the celebrities of France. This head was probably procured
     for that purpose.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-263. Head of a Young Girl. (17X14.) Oval. _Jean Baptiste Greuze._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-264. Virginie. (A study.) (18X15.) _Jean Baptiste Greuze._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-265. Sketch of a Female Head. (18X15.) _Jean Baptiste Greuze._

     The celebrated miniature-painter SAINT purchased this sketch
     at the sale of GREUZE'S own collection after his death.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-266. The Sister. (18X15.) _Nicholas Bernard Lepicié._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-267. France Triumphant after the Restoration of Louis XVIII. (54X33½.)
_Pierre Paul Prud'hon._

     This picture is the finished sketch of a plafond now at Dijon,
     the birth-place of the painter. It is from the collection of M.
     VIEN, artist. It was sought of the donor by the Director of the
     Louvre, for that Gallery.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-268. Napoleon at Charleroi. (13X16.) _Horace Vernet._

     The accessories and the horse are portraits. This little
     picture ornamented the private study of Louis Philippe.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-269. The Duke of Orleans. (21X31.) _Horace Vernet._

     The Duke is giving orders to his groom. He is attended by a
     negro-page and two greyhounds. In the background are a "cabriolet"
     and horse. This is a very early picture of the Master. It was
     rescued from the Chateau and Park de Monceau, on their destruction.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-270. Attack repulsed at Constantine, Africa. (18½X15.) _Bellangé._

     Death of Richepanse.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-271. Fox-Chase. (14X18.) _J. B. Descamps._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-272. Snipe-Shooting. (14X18.) _J. B. Descamps._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-273. Duck-Shooting. (13X16.) _J. B. Descamps._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-274. Nymphs and Cupids. (9½X12.) _Vallin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-275. Portrait of a Lady, as a Water-Nymph. (33½X23.) _L. J. Schaal._

     It has been engraved as LA BELLE SOURCE, and is supposed to be
     the portrait of the wife of a revolutionary character of some note,
     named Source. From the Collection PARANT.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-276. A Voluptuary. (22X18.) Oval. _François Boucher._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-277. Winter-Scene. (25X30.) _François Boucher._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-278. Landscape. (9½X12.) _Georges Michel._

     The figures, by SWEBACH, are very spirited.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-279. Landscape. (14X18.) _Frederic M. Kruseman._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-280. The Inheritance. (17X21.) _Felix Van der Eycken._

     Painted for the donor.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-281. Student Travellers, Regaling at a Hostelry in Flanders. (22X29.)
_Felix Van der Eycken._

     Bought in New York city.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-282. Landscape, with Sheep. (17½X15.) _Balthasar Ommeganck._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-283. Catechism before Marriage, according to Belgian Law, being
necessary for State and Matrimonial Security. (37½X48.) _Jean Henri de
Coene._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-284. Portrait of an Old Man. (9½X7½.) _M. Dykemans._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-285. Portrait of the Artist, (1737-1815.) (36X30.) _John Singleton
Copley._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-286. Portrait of Guy Bryan, (1755-1829.) (36½X28.) _Thomas Sully._

     This portrait of the father of the donor of the Bryan
     Collection was considered by DUNLAP one of the happiest efforts of
     Mr. SULLY.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-285. JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY

_BY HIMSELF._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-287. The Confessional. (35X28.) _William E. West._

     Mr. WEST is well known by his having painted the best portrait
     of Lord Byron. This picture was a favorite of the late Washington
     Irving.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-288. Landscape. (48½X64.) _George L. Brown._

     This view is from Nature, in the Island of Capri, Vesuvius
     being seen in the distance.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-289. A Midnight Conversation. (25X32.) _William Hogarth._

     Engraved as the frontispiece of Ireland's Hogarth. In
     Walpole's anecdotes of painters a catalogue is given professing to
     contain a complete list of all of HOGARTH'S paintings and their
     then owners. This painting appears in that list, but the owner's
     name is not given.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-290. The Harlot's Progress. (25X31½.) _Copy from William Hogarth._

This copy is by HORREMANS, of Vienna, and is one of the famous series
of the "Harlot's Progress." The copyist has seen fit to make some
variations from the print.

(_Bryan Collection._)

B-291. Portrait. (48X39.) _Sir Joshua Reynolds._

     In his early style.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-292. Pallas Appearing to Achilles, after the Death of Patroclus.
(17½X14.) _Benjamin West._

     This is a sketch for a large picture.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-293. Portrait of Charles Wilson Peale, (1741-1827.) (28X23.) _Benjamin
West._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-294. View of Genesee Falls, New York. (9½X13.) _Count Beaujolais._

     This sketch is quite faithful as a representation of the
     locality. Its chief interest, however, consists in its having been
     made by the brother of Louis Philippe, when the two princes were
     on their visit to this country, after the first French Revolution.
     Collection Louis Philippe.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-295. Landscape. (17½X24.) _Joseph Vollmering._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-296. Winter-Scene. (10½X13½.) _Joseph Vollmering._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-297. Murillo Sketching the Beggar-Boy. (17X21.) _Edwin White._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-298. Family Group. (56X89.) _Charles Wilson Peale._

     This composition contains portraits of the artist and his
     brothers, St. George and James Peale; his sister, Margaret J.
     Ramsey; his wife, Rachel Brewer Peale; his cousin, Margaret Durgan;
     his sister, Elizabeth Digby Peale Polk; his mother, Margaret
     Peale; his children, Titian R. and Rembrandt Peale; also the old
     dog Argus, so well known to the frequenters of the Museum. The
     following inscription is on the picture: "C. W. Peale painted these
     portraits of his family in 1773--wishing to finish every work he
     had undertaken--completed this picture in 1809."

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-299. Portrait of George Washington, (1732-1799.) (29X24.) _Charles
Wilson Peale._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-300. Portrait of John Beale Bordley, (1727-1804.) (23X20.) _Charles
Wilson Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-301. Portrait of Pieter Johan Van Berckel, (1725-1800.) (23X20.)
_Charles Wilson Peale._

     Minister Plenipotentiary from the Netherlands to the United
     States of America, 1782--being the first Minister sent and
     recognized.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-302. Portrait of Gilbert C. Stuart, (1755-1828.) (23X20.) _Charles
Wilson and Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-303. Portrait of George Washington, (1732-1799.) (30½X24½.) _Gilbert
C. Stuart._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

[Illustration: B-293. CHARLES WILSON PEALE.

_BENJAMIN WEST._

(BRYAN COLLECTION)]

B-304. Portrait of John Adams, (1735-1826.) (20X22½.) _Gilbert C.
Stuart._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-305. Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.) (30X25½.)

     From the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-306. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826.) (29X24.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     Painted in 1805.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-307. Portrait of Dr. Joseph Priestley, (1733-1804.) (23X20.)
_Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-308. Portrait of Mrs. James Madison, (1772-1849.) (30X24½.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     From the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-309. Portrait of Stephen Decatur, U. S. N., (1751-1808.) (28½X23.)
_Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-310. Portrait of Jacob Jones, U. S. N., (1768-1850.) (28½X23.)
_Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-311. Portrait of William Bainbridge, U. S. N., (1774-1833.) (28½X23.)
_Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-312. Portrait of Oliver H. Perry, U. S. N., (1785-1819.) (28½X23.)
_Rembrandt Peale._

     From the Peale Gallery, Phila., 1854.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-313. Portrait of William Handy, M.D. (30X25.) _Edward Savage._

     From the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-314. Portrait of the Seneca Chief, Corn Plant, or Ki-on-twog-ky.
(30X25.) _F. Bartoli._

     This portrait was painted at New York city, in the year 1796,
     and is engraved in McKenney's History of the Indian Tribes, Vol.
     I., page 85.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-315. Portrait of Jean Parisot de la Valette. (29X24.)

     Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, 1565. A modern copy of
     this picture is in the Gallery at Versailles.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-316. Portrait of Cadwallader D. Colden, (1769-1834.) (35X28½.) _John
Wesley Jarvis._

     First Vice President of the Society, 1821.

     From the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-317. Portrait of William Tilghman, (1756-1827.) (21X17.) _Rembrandt
Peale._

     Chief Justice of Pennsylvania.

     From the American Museum Collection, 1863.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-318. A Presentation at the Temple. (30X38.) _Spanish School._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-319. St. Cecilia. In the Style of Correggio. (47X66.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-320. Fête Champêtre. (30X39½.) _Gonzales Coques._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-321. Female Head. (18½X14½.) _School of Correggio._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-322. St. Paul restored to Sight. (18½X14½.) _Copy from Domenichino._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-323. Adoration of the Shepherds. (16X11½.) _Copy from Spagnoletto._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-324. Female Head. (19X15.) _Copy from Greuze._

     Original in the Lichtenstein Gallery.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-325. Family Group, of the Artist, Wife and Children. (39X36½.)
_Michael Van Musscher._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-326. Æneas and his son Ascanius visiting Dido. (25X21.) _Constantine
Netscher._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-327. Portrait of Orelia Doria. (49X29.) _Italian School._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-328. Portrait of Madalena Doria. (49X29.) _Italian School._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-329. German Baron and his Family. (21X27½.) _Bartholomew Vander Helst._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-330. Virgin and Child. (17X11½.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-331. Christ appearing to the Magdalen. (23X19.) _Fra Bartolomeo._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-332. Virgin and Child. (22½X16.) _Bernardo Zenale._

     From the Collection of Du Bluisel, Paris, 1870.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-333. Triptique. (18X32.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-334. Landscape, with Figures. (28½X42.) _Adam Pynaker._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-335. Family Fête. (33X39.) _Jan Steen._

     From the Collection of Comtesse de Vergez, Paris, 1870.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-336. Landscape, with Figures. (37X51.) _William de Buytenweg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-337. Bacchanal. (21X32.) _Sebastien Bourdon._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-338. Landscape, with Figures. (25½X30.) Cornelius Huysmans.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-339. Landscape. (22X32½.) _Minderhout Hobbema._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-340. The Fortune Teller. (23½X21.) _Antoine Watteau._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-341. Snow Scene. (8X10.) _Philip Wouwermans._

     From the Gaudinot Collection, Paris, 1839.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-342. Dutch Interior. (23X21.) _Renier Brakenburg._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-343. Portrait of Margerethea De Bije. (19X14½.) _Constantine Netscher._

     Wife of François Meerman, Recorder of the City of Leyden. She
     died December 12, 1712.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-344. Interior of a Cottage. (14X11.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-345. Portrait of a Dog. (29X42.) _John B. Weenix._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-346. The Artist. (5X4.) _Godfrey Schalcken._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-347. Landscape with Cattle. (16X22.) _Albert Cuyp._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-348. Italian Landscape. (18½X25.) _Jan Hackaert._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-349. Still Life. (19½X24.) _J. B. Simeon Chardin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-350. The Sacrifice. (17½X23.) _Leonard Bramer._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-351. The Village Fête. (11½X14½.) _Renier Brakenburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-352. Flemish Interior. (15½X19½.) _Renier Brakenburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-353. Portrait. (25X21¾.) _J. B. Simeon Chardin._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-354. Landscape. (15X22.) _Adam Pynaker._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-355. Pleasure Party. (19X15½.) _Antoine Watteau._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-356. Interior. (15X12.) _Egbert van Hemskerk._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-357. The Virgin and the Infant Jesus crushing the Serpent. (50X23.)
_Pietro Berretini da Cortona._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-358. Landscape. (9X12.) _Dutch School._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-359. Entrance to a Park. (25X19½.) _Isaac Moucheron and John
Lingelbach._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-360. Marine View. (15½X24.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-361. Portrait. (23X18.) _Francis Hals._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-362. Winter Scene. (14X18½.) _Egbert Vander Poel._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-363. Portrait. (32½X26.) _Mlle. Ledoux._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-364. Landscape. (9½X11.) _Isaac Moucheron._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-365. Portrait of a Gentleman. (18X15.) _Gerard Terburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-366. Portrait of a Lady. (18X15.) _Gerard Terburg._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-367. Temptation of St. Anthony. (15X11½.) _Matthew Van Helmont._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-368. The Frozen Canal. (14X21.) _Hendrik Van Avercamp._

     From the Olmade Collection, Paris, 1868.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-369. Portrait of a Lady. (22X18.) _Thomas Gainsborough._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-370. Landscape. (28X24½.) _Adam Pynaker._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-371. The Lovers. (10X8½.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-372. Interior. (9½X13½.) _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-373. St. Jerome at Prayer. (15½X12½.) _Lodovico Mazzolino._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-374. Family Group. (14X41½.) _Henry Goltzius._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-375. Virgin and Child. (13X9½.)

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-376. The Flight into Egypt. (12X8½.) Oval Top.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-377. Virgin and Child. (7X6.) _Bernard Van Orley._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-378. Scene from "M. de Pourceaugnac." (9X15.) _Antoine Watteau._

     From the Collection of Comtesse de Vergez, Paris, 1870.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-379. The Fatigues of War. (9X13.) _Antoine Watteau._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-380. The Relaxations of War. (9X13.) _Antoine Watteau._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

B-381. The Lover's Present. (12X15.) _S. Freudenberger._

     Water-color of a lady receiving a present of a spaniel dog.
     Signed and dated Paris, 1770.

     (_Bryan Collection._)

The following described Pictures were STOLEN from the BRYAN COLLECTION
before it was received by the Society.

Cupid discharging an Arrow. _In the style of Correggio._

Cupid after the discharge of the Arrow--with finger raised constraining
silence. _In the style of Correggio._

Adoration of the Magi. _Leonard Bramer._

     The Virgin, with the infant Christ and Joseph, sits in
     front of a ruined building. Around them the Magi are grouped in
     adoration. The distribution of the light in this little picture is
     truly grand, and the color is rich and harmonious. The influence of
     Rembrandt is apparent in every touch.

Vision of St. Louis. _Anthony van Dyck._

     The sainted King starts from a canopied couch to gaze upon
     the apparition of Pope GREGORY IV., who appears before him,
     cloud-borne, and surrounded by angels. In the background is a
     sentinel. This little picture is noble in style and harmonious in
     color. The action of the figures is remarkably free and vigorous.

A Lace-Worker. _Peter De Hooghe._

     A young woman sits by an open window, with her hands
     resting upon the cushion on which is her work. The light falls
     in a broad mass upon one side of her face and figure, while the
     other is in the half-shadow of reflected light. This little
     sketch, so unobtrusive in subject and treatment, will impress
     the close observer with a sense of great power and thorough
     knowledge--knowledge which is content to know without seeming
     learned.

Miniature Portrait. _Balthazar Denner._

     An old man, wearing a cap, and a breastplate over a rich
     doublet. This head is painted with an elaborateness of detail
     worthy of Gerard Douw, while at the same time it is modelled with a
     free and learned hand.

     (_Collection of General Count Turenne._)


THE DURR COLLECTION

WITH ADDITIONS PURCHASED BY THE

DURR GALLERY FUND



LOUIS DURR


Louis Durr was born in Carlsruhe, Germany, in 1821, and died in New
York City, March 31, 1880. His father was the Treasurer of the Duke of
Baden-Baden, and was a watch-maker by trade, as well as a dealer in
works of art.

Mr. Durr graduated from the Lyceum in his native city, and after
visiting Geneva and Paris, came to this country with his brother in
1848 and for a time was connected with Balbach's gold smelting works in
Newark, N. J. In 1853-54 he was established at 111 Nassau Street, this
city, as a refiner of gold and silver. In 1856 he removed to 51 Ann
Street and the following year to 53 Ann Street, where he carried on his
business as an assayer and refiner for many years with his brother.

He accumulated a fortune and spent all his spare time studying and
collecting works of art. He lived at No. 30 East 4th Street, where he
kept his paintings.

He was a member of the Liederkranz Club, then near his home, and became
a member of this Society in 1873.

By will Mr. Durr directed that the most meritorious works of art were to
be selected from his gallery of paintings and placed by his executors in
some public art gallery, to be known as the "Durr Gallery of Paintings,"
the residue of his paintings to be sold and the proceeds invested for
the purchase of suitable additions for the "Durr Gallery of Paintings."

In 1880 the executors of his estate under the terms of his will offered
the collection of paintings to The New York Historical Society, and in
1882 they were transferred to the Society, together with the proceeds of
the above-mentioned sale, which the Society designated the "Durr Gallery
Fund" and from which the Gallery is added to.

[Illustration: 17. BUST OF LOUIS DURR. IN BRONZE.

_HENRY BAERER._

FOUNDER OF THE DURR COLLECTION.

PRESENTED BY THE EXECUTORS OF HIS ESTATE.]



THE DURR COLLECTION


NO. SUBJECTS OF PAINTINGS. ARTISTS.

D-1. St. Ferdinand I., King of Castile, receiving the Code de las
Partidas from the Madonna. (65X41½.) _Murillo._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-2. The Immaculate Conception. (24X32.) _Murillo._

     From the Emmet Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-3. Jesus Suffering. (19X24.) _J. A. Escalante._

     Signed. From the Emmet Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-4. Jesus Victorious. (19X24.) _J. A. Escalante._

     Signed. From the Emmet Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-5. St. John the Baptist. (41X65½.) _Velasquez._

     From a collection brought from Seville, and purchased by Mr.
     Francis Tomes.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-6. Ecce Homo. (50X80.) _Luis Morales._

     From a Catholic church in Mexico, brought to New York about
     1855.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-7. Portrait of a Philosopher. (29X39.) _Spagnoletto._

     Purchased in Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-8. Adoration of the Shepherds. (45X37.) _Il Bassano._

     Brought from Italy by Mr. W. Metcalfe.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-9. Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. (21X27.) _Tintoretto._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-10. Martyrdom of St. Lawrence. (90X97.) _Titian._

     This painting is signed, and shows evidences of being the
     first of three of this subject which Titian painted--the second,
     ordered by King Philip II. of Spain, remains at the Escurial; the
     third is in the Jesuits' Church at Venice. This composition is
     esteemed by such authorities as Kugler one of the most important of
     Titian's works.

     From the collection owned by Gideon Nye, Jr., who valued this
     picture at sixteen thousand guineas.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-11. Portrait. (19X25.)

     The following is inscribed in French on the back of
     the portrait: "Collection of Alix, General-in-Chief of
     Westphalia.--This precious picture was found in the wagon of a
     vivandière, named Michau, who was killed at the battle of Marengo.
     After being in the possession of General Lemarois, it passed into
     the private cabinet of the Chevalier Denon, Director of the Musée
     Napoleon."

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-12. Assumption of the Virgin. (19½X40½.) _Piazetta._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-13. Italian Palace. (68½X47½.) _Pannini._

     From the Stone Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-14. Landscape. (28½X23½.) _Salvator Rosa._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-15. Arion and Dolphin. (60½X45½.) _Annibale Caracci._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-16. Christ and the Disciples at Emmaus. (70½X46½.) _Paul Veronese._

     Bought in Philadelphia. The same composition, with slight
     variations, is in the Dresden Gallery.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-17. Madonna and Child. (18X22½.) _Fra Bartolomeo._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-18. Holy Family. (7X9½.) _School of Correggio._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-19. Portrait of Jerome Savonarola. (22½X28½.) _Fra Bartolomeo._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-20. Lucretia. (22X26½.) _Venetian School, 17th Century._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-21. Nymphs Disarming Cupids. (14X11.) _Francesco Albano._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-22. Pieta. (11X15.) _Annibale Caracci._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-23. Bacchus and Ariadne. (51X39½.) _Titian._

     This is an old copy. The original is now in the National
     Gallery, London.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-24. Palace of the Prince of Orange, in the South of France, with
Portrait figures. (44X43.) _Federigo Zuccaro._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-25. Cattle Piece. (13X13.) _Tempesta._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-26. Cattle Piece. (13X13.) _Tempesta._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-27. Spanish Lady and Children. (67X85½.) _Velasquez._

     Purchased with Le Brun's Scenes in the Life of Alexander.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-28-33. Scenes from the Life of Alexander the Great. (75X72.) _Charles
Le Brun._

     Le Brun's larger pictures of Nos. D-28, 29, 30, 32 and 33,
     found in the collection of Louis XIV., are in the Louvre.

D-28. Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon. (72X74½.) _Charles Le
Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-29. Alexander and Hephestion entering the Tent of Darius. (74X77.)
_Charles Le Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-30. Defeat of Darius at Arbela. (72X74½.) _Charles Le Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-31. Alexander cutting the Knot of Gordius. (73X75½.) _Charles Le Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-32. Porus brought to Alexander after his Defeat. (72X74½.) _Charles Le
Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-33. Passage of the Granicus. (72X74½.) _Charles Le Brun._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-34. Adoration of the Golden Calf. (70X49.) _Nicholas Poussin._

     Brought from Italy by James Benkard. The subject was a
     favorite one with Poussin.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-35. Portrait of a French Gentleman. (32½X42.) _Hyacinthe Rigaud._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-36. Odysseus Taking Leave of Penelope. (50X37.) _Claude Lorraine._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-37. Evening Landscape. (39X31.) _Gaspar Poussin._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-38. Virgin and Child. (23½X36.)

     Signed I. G.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-39. Adoration of the Magi. (25X31½.) _Dutch School, 15th Century._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-40. Christ in the Prætorium. _John de Mabuse._

     Signed "IOANNES, MALBODIVS, PINCEB 1527." From the collection
     of Thomas Jefferson, made at Paris while United States Minister to
     France. Sold at Boston, July 19, 1833.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-41. Christ Sinking Under the Cross. (13X18½.) _Copy from Albrecht
Dürer._

     This composition forms one of the series in the Passion,
     engraved by Dürer on wood.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-42. Christ with the Tribute Money. (33½X11¾.) _Albrecht Dürer._

     Signed A. D., dated 1525. The wings of this triptique are
     ornamented with the head of a Monk and of a Nun.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-43. The Last Judgment. (31½X43½.) Oval Top. _Lucas Van Leyden._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-44. St. Paul Preaching at Athens. (23X30.) _Martin Van Veen Hemskerk._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-45. The Holy Night. (36X28.) _Karl du Jardin._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-46. Christ Before Caiaphas. (63X43.) _G. Van Herp._

     Signed. This and the two following pictures, forming a series,
     were brought from Seville by E. Boonen Graves. From the Emmet
     Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-47. Christ Bearing the Cross. (63X43.) _G. Van Herp._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-48. Christ Crowned with Thorns. (63X43.) _G. Van Herp._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-49. Landing of Æneas in Italy. (60X40½.) _Tempesta._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-50. The Madonna. (29X36.) _Philip de Champagne._

     Bought by Mr. Durr at Stuttgart.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-51. The Angel Gabriel. (29X36.) _Philip de Champagne._

     Bought by Mr. Durr at Stuttgart.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-52. Kitchen Utensils. (11X13.) _Barend Cornelis._

     A Dutch painter, of whose life little is known, but whose
     manner of handling is praised by Karel Van Mander, the art
     commentator of the seventeenth century, as being superior to that
     of his contemporaries. This picture is signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-53. Halt at a Tavern. (14½X10.) _Peter Bout._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-54. Portraits of John Bainbridge, M.D., (1582-1643) and Daughter.
(38X50.) _Sir Peter Lely._

     Bought at the sale of the collection of Thomas Sully, December
     20, 1872.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-55. Portrait of a Lady. (27X33½.) Oval. _B. Denner._

     Signed and dated 1734.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-56. Portrait of a Gentleman. (27X33½.) Oval. _B. Denner._

     Signed and dated 1734.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-57. Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes. (43½X29.) _Andreas Both._

     Purchased December, 1865, from the collection of Joseph M.
     Meert de Domberg.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-58. Moses Striking the Rock. (43½X29.) _Andreas Both._

     In this picture almost every position of the human body is
     represented. It is from the collection of Joseph M. Meert de
     Domberg.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-59. Still Life. (41X47½.) _Van Westhofen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-60. Portrait of a Gentleman. (15X19.) _School of Van Dyck._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-61. Landscape with Spanish Figures. (53½X49½.) _Lucas Vanuden._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-62. Landscape, with Cattle. (48X37½.) _John H. Roos._

     This and the following picture were purchased in Bavaria by
     Mr. Keller.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-63. Landscape, with Cattle. (48X37½.) _John H. Roos._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-64. Crossing the River. (23X16½.) _Solomon Ruysdael._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-65. Passage of the Red Sea. (32X25.) _Francis Francken, the Elder._

     Brought by Mr. Forbes from Sicily.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-66. The Crucifixion. (26X20.) _Francis Francken, the Elder._

     From the collection of John G. Boker.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-67. Landscape with Figures. (40X24½.) _D. Hagelstein._

     A pupil of A. Elzheimer, figures by C. Poelemburg. Signed and
     dated 1630.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-68. Game. (47X36½.) _J. B. Weenix._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-69. The Riverside. (21X14½.) _Jan Van Hughtenburg._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-70. Marine. (22X17½.) _L. Backhuysen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-71. Expulsion of Adam and Eve. (94X69.) _A. Bloemaert._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-72. Mother and Child. (27½X35.) _Jan Victor._

     Purchased February, 1870, at the sale of the collection of
     Thomas Thompson.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-73. Landscape. (9X11.) _Anthony Waterloo._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-74. Reptiles, Birds, and Insects. (29X38½.) _Otho Marcellis._

     Signed and dated 1667. From the collection of Gideon Nye, Jr.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-75. The Flute Player. (41X33.) _Jacob Vanloo._

Purchased February, 1870, from the collection of Thomas Thompson.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-76. The Bean King. (36X29.) _John Molenaer._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-77. The Rhinefall at Schaffhouse. (18½X13½.)

     Signed A. K., 1609.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-78. Moonlight Landscape. (17X15.) _Claude Joseph Vernet._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-79. Kitchen Utensils. (10X11.) _William Kalf._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-80. Portrait of a Lady. (23X30.) _German School._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-81. The Music Lesson--Effect of Candle-light. (37½X27½.) _Gerard
Honthorst._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-82. Portrait of Lucretia Van der Meulen. (28X34½.) _John Van
Ravesteyn._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-83. Sealing the Letter--Effect of Candle-light. (37½X27½.) _Gerard
Honthorst._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-84. Portrait of a Lady. (23X29.) _John de Baan._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-85. Winter Landscape. (22X17½.)

     Signed, J. V. E. From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-86. Hunters Resting. (14½X17½.) _John Miel._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-87. Landscape. (22X19.) _John Wynants._

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-88. Stag Hunt. (24X19.) _Gerard Van Battem._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-89. Evening Landscape. (32½X23½.) _Minderhout Hobbema._

     Signed. Purchased from Mr. Joseph Vollmering.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-90. Farm House with Cattle. (34½X22.) _Albert Cuyp._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-91. Evening Landscape. (32½X22½.) _A. Verboom._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-92. The Happy Burgher. (8X9.) _Ary de Voys._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-93. Huntsman Feeding his Dogs. (22X15½.) _Cornelius Saftleven._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-94. Landscape. (21X16.) _Adam Pynaker._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-95. Interior of a Dutch Tavern. (21X15.) _Egbert van Hemskerk, the
Younger._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-96. Interior.--Dutch Kitchen. (18½X25.) _Q. Brekelenkam._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-97. Arrival of the Dutch Fleet at Amsterdam.(26X16½.) _W. van de
Velde, the Younger._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-98. Women Bathing. (11½X8½.) _Daniel Vertangen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-99. The Flight into Egypt. (4½X5½.) _Dutch School, 16th Century._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-100. Starting for the Pasture. (21½X17½.) _David Teniers the Younger._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-101. Dutch Interior.--Washerwomen. (28X21.) _Henry M. Rokes._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-102. Interior of a Church. (33X26.) _Anthony de Lorme._

     A Dutch painter of architecture, about 1660. Figures by A. VAN
     DE VELDE. The picture is signed. From the Emmet Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-103. Combat of Cavalry. (33½X20½.) _Rembrandt._

     From the collection of Gideon Nye, Jr. Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-104. The Deluge. (9X7.) _Daniel Vertangen._

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-105. Tavern Interior. (12X8½.) _Isaac van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-106-110. Allegorical Representation of the Five Senses. (12X8.)
_Adrian Van Ostade._

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia. The subject was a
     favorite one with the artist. A repetition of No. D-106 will be
     found in No. B-372 of this catalogue.

D-106. Sight. _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-107. Hearing. _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-108. Taste. _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-109. Touch. _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-110. Smell. _Adrian Van Ostade._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-111. Mars and Venus. (19X14.) _J. Rottenhamer._

     The background is painted by JOHN BRUEGHEL. This painting has
     been engraved by J. D. Herz.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-112. Entombment of Christ. (36X28½.) _Rubens._

     Old copy. Original in the Vienna Gallery. From the Thompson
     Collection, February, 1870.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-113. Hunting Party. (41X28½.) _Simon van der Does._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-114. Frederick I., Emperor of Germany, surnamed "Barbarossa."
(19X36½.) _Lucas Cranach._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-115. Vegetable Vender. (24½X18.) _John Doncker._

     Signed, J. DONCK, 1630.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-116. Tavern Scene. (23X19½.) _John Horremans, the Elder._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-117. Tavern Scene. (23X19½.) _John Horremans, the Elder._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-118. Italian Landscape. (22X15.) _J. F. van Bloemen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-119. Birds and Fish. (22X16½.) _Albert Flamen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-120. Storm at Sea. (29½X19.) _Bonaventura Peters._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-121. A Dutch Interior--Beggars Carousing.(27½X21.) _Adrian Brower._

     Signed. From the collection of Joseph M. Meert de Domberg.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-122. Seaport. (25½X20½.) _L. Backhuysen._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-123. A Sea Fight. (28X21.) _John Lingelbach._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-124. Rendezvous of Smugglers. (25X20.) _John van Geel._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-125. Tavern Interior. (16½X20.) _Peter Verelst._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-126. Burning of a Cottage at Night. (15X16½.) _Egbert vander Poel._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-127. Burning of a Cottage at Night. (19X14½.) _Egbert vander Poel._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-128. Landscape with Figures and Cattle. (22X15.) _Nicholas Berghem._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-129. Fruit Piece. (21X15½.) _Albert Cuyp._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-130. Dutch Windmill. (16X13½.) _John vander Meer._

     Signed and dated 1693. From the Stone Collection.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-131. Card Players. (17½X13½.) _Leonard de France._

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-132. Landscape with Cattle. (15½X11½.) _Karl du Jardin._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-133. Flowers. (28X33.) _Simon Verelst._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-134. Playing the Bagpipe. (8X9½.) _John Tilius._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-135. Landscape with Figures. (14X12.) _Philip Wouwermans._

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-136. The Pedler. (8X9½.)

     From the Beckett Collection, Philadelphia.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-137. Chateau and Park. (12X9½.) _John vander Heyden._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-138. Samson and Delilah. (33½X25.) _Van Dyck._

     The finished picture of this sketch is in the Belvidere
     Gallery, Vienna.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-139. Historical Subject. (40X34.) _G. van den Eckhout._

     Signed, "IS. ISAACKSEN, Inventr. _G. V. Eckhout_, ping-sit.
     A.D. 1670."

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-140. Interior of a Church. (20X23.) _Emanuel de Witt._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-141. Dutch Interior--Effect of Candle-light. (28½X22.) _David
Ryckaert._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-142. The Magi Going to Bethlehem. (41½X30½.) _Leonard Bramer._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-143. Musical Party. (10½X11.) _Matthew Van Helmont._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-144. Farm-yard--Peasants Playing Cards. (22X18.) _Karl du Jardin._

     Signed, and dated 1667.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-145. Landscape. (31X26.) _John Wynants._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-146. Landscape with Sheep and Figures. (24X18.) _P. B. Ommeganck._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-147. The Pasture-field. (19X14½.) _Jan Kobell._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-148. Kitchen Interior. (9½X12.) _H. Van Hove._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-149. Family Group. (14X18.) _F. G. Waldmuller._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-150. View on the Moselle River. (18X15½.) _Barend C. Koekkoek._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-151. Halt at the Tavern. (24X19.) _Baron Henry Leys._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-152. Wayside Hospitality. (9½X7½.) _Fritz Franz._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-153. Evening Landscape--Sunset. (17X11.)

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-154. Germania. (108X90.) _Christian Köhler._

     The struggle of the German people in the year 1848 gave rise
     to this allegorical composition. Germania, the Goddess of Germany,
     awakened from her slumber on a bear's skin by Justice and Liberty,
     seizes the national crown and sword, and drives away the demons of
     Despotism and Discord. This picture was finished in 1849, when it
     was purchased by Mr. John G. Boker, and brought by him to New York,
     where for many years it was exhibited in the Düsseldorf Gallery.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-155. The Wood Road. (34X28.) _P. Barbièrs._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-156. The Lute Player. (25X30.) _Gilbert Stewart Newton._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-157. Group of Fishermen on the Seashore. (60X43½.) _Albert Cuyp._

     Signed.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-158. The Three Marys. (27X36.) _Bernardino Luini._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-159. Shandaken Range, Kingston, N. Y. (16¼X21½.) _A. B. Durand._

     (_Durr Collection._)

[Illustration: D-158. THE THREE MARYS.

_BERNARDINO LUINI._

(DURR COLLECTION)]

D-160. Trees by the Brookside, Kingston, N. Y. (16½X21.) _A. B. Durand._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-161. Study at Marbletown, N. Y. (16¾X21.) _A. B. Durand._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-162. Group of Trees. (17½X23¼.) _A. B. Durand._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-163. Pool in the Catskills. (17X23.) _Josephine Walters._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-164. The Parting Guests, 1775. (36X22.) _Wordsworth Thompson._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-165. Portrait of Matthew L. Davis, (1766-1850.) (6X5.) Oval.
(Miniature.)

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-166. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790.) (23X28½.) Oval.
_Joseph S. Duplessis._

     Painted, in Paris, about 1784.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-167. Summer in the Land of the Midnight Sun. (42X72.) _William
Bradford._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-168. Portrait of Asher B. Durand, (1796-1886.) (20½X26.) Painted in
1825. _John Trumbull._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-169. Portrait of William S. Mount, (1807-1868.) (20X26.) _Frank B.
Carpenter._

     From the original by ELLIOTT.

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-170. The Palisades, New Jersey. (21X14.) Water Color. _William G.
Wall._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-171. View near Fishkill, New York. (21X14.) Water Color. _William G.
Wall._

     (_Durr Collection._)

D-172. Portrait of Samuel F. B. Morse, (1791-1872.) (32X26.) Crayon.

     (_Durr Collection, 1905._)

D-173. Portrait of Alexander Anderson, M.D., (1775-1870.) (17X21.)

     (_Durr Collection, 1907._)

D-174. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1854.) (14¾X12¾.)
Crayon. _Eastman Johnson._

     From life, in the Capitol at Washington, March, 1846.

     (_Durr Collection, 1907._)

D-175. Tontine Coffee House. (1800.) (65X43.) _Francis Guy._

     Northwest corner Wall and Water Streets, New York City.

     (_Durr Gallery, 1907._)

D-176. Portrait of James Riker, (1822-1889.) (14X11.) _Emil Kosa._

     From a photograph.

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1911._)

D-177. Portrait of Solomon Kip. (6X3¾.) Oval.

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1912._)

D-178. Portrait of Gen. Pierre Van Cortlandt, (1762-1848.) (30X25.) _Wm.
Collins._

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1913._)

D-179. Portrait of William C. Bouck, (1786-1859.) (21X17.) _Charles L.
Elliott._

     Painted, 1847.

     Governor of New York, 1843-1845.

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1913._)

D-180. Portrait of Caleb Heathcote, (1665-1721.) (31½X26¼.)

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1913._)

D-181. Portrait of Hamilton Fish, (1808-1893.) (35X30.) _Augustus G.
Heaton._

     From the original by DANIEL HUNTINGTON.

     President of the Society, 1867-1869; Vice President, 1881-1888.

     (_Durr Gallery Fund, 1914._)

CATALOGUE

OF THE

PETER MARIÉ COLLECTION OF MINIATURES

PRESENTED TO

THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

MARCH 25TH, 1905

BY THE RESIDUARY LEGATEES UNDER

THE WILL OF THE LATE PETER MARIÉ



PETER MARIÉ COLLECTION OF MINIATURES


NO. SUBJECTS OF MINIATURES. ARTISTS.

   1. Adams, Maude.

   2. Alexandre, Mrs. John E. _J. C. Coope, 1901._

   3. Allen, Mrs. William. _Carl Weidner._

   4. Amory, Mrs. Frances. _Paillet, 1892._

      Anderson, Mary Houstoun. See Allen, Mrs. William.

      Anderson, Mary. See Navarro, Mrs. Antonio F. de.

   5. Andréi, Madame Harriet de Bermingham. _Paillet, 1892._

   6. Annesly, Lady.

      Anthony, Rose. See Post, Mrs. William.

      Appleton, May. See Hoyt, Mrs. Gerald L.

      Appleton, Caroline. See Bonaparte, Mrs. Jerome.

   7. Arnaud, Gen. Joseph Louis (Grandfather of Mr. Marié).

   8. Arnaud, Mrs. Mary. _Paillet, 1892._

   9. Ashton, Elizabeth. _Carl Weidner._

      Ashton, Elizabeth. See Glover, Miss Elizabeth.

  10. Astor, Mrs. William Waldorf. _Meave T. Gedney._

  11. Astor, Mrs. William Waldorf. _Paillet, 1890._

  12. Bacon, Mrs. Francis McNeill, Jr. _Paillet, 1893._

  13. Bacon, Mrs. Walter Rathbone. _Weidner._

      Banks, Josephine Lenox. See Marshall, Mrs. Charles H.

  14. Baring, Mrs. Harold A. _Weidner._

      Barker, Virginia Purdy. See Bacon, Mrs. Walter Rathbone.

  15. Barnwell, Mrs. Morgan G. _Weidner._

  16. Baylies, Mrs. Edmund L. _Behenna._

      Beekman, Margaret A. See Steward, Mrs. Campbell.

  17. Bell, Mrs. Isaac. _Behenna._

      Belmont, Fredrica. See Howland, Mrs. Samuel S.

  18. Bend, Amy. _Paillet, 1889._

  19. Bend, Beatrice. _Weidner._

      Bend, Elizabeth Pelham. See Robbins, Mrs. Henry Asher.

      Bermingham, Henriette de. See Andréi, Madame.

      Berry, Katherine. See Zerega, Mrs. John A. di.

      Berryman, Georgiana L. See de Rham, Mrs. H. Casimir.

  20. Biddle, Betsy. _Weidner._

  21. Bishop, Mrs. Abigail Hancock. _Weidner._

  22. Bishop, The Misses, daughters of Heber R. Bishop.
            _C. and F. Weidner._

  23. Blackwood, Lady Terence T. _Paillet, 1890._

  24. Boissevain, Mrs. G. Louis. _Weidner._

  25. Bonaparte, Mrs. Jerome. _Paillet, 1892._

  26. Bond, Miss Carolina Washington. _Weidner._

      Borland, Mrs. John. See Rives, The Misses.

  27. Brancaccio, Princess.

  28. Brewster, Pauline.

  29. Bristed, Mrs. Charles Astor.

  30. Brown, Mrs. Alexander. _Behenna, 1894._

      Brown, Sophia Carter. See Sherman, Mrs. W. Watts.

  31. Bryce, Mrs. Lloyd. _Behenna._

      Bulkley, Helen C. See Redmond, Mrs. Roland.

  32. Burden, Mrs. James Abercrombie. _Paillet, 1892._

  33. Burke, Mabel. _Weidner._

  34. Burke-Roche, Mrs. James B. _C. and F. Weidner._

  35. Byrd, Lucy. _Weidner._

  36. Cameron, Mrs. Senator Don. _Paillet, 1889._

      Carey, Marion de Peyster. See Dinsmore, Mrs. Wm. B., Jr.

      Carley, Grace. See Harriman, Mrs. Oliver, Jr.

      Carley, Pearl. See Hunt, Mrs. Richard Howland.

  37. Carroll, Mrs. John Lee. _Paillet, 1892._

  38. Carroll, Mrs. Royal Phelps. _Paillet, 1891._

  39. Carson, Rita. _Weidner, 1895._

      Carter, Mary Frances. See Ronalds, Mrs. Mary Frances.

  40. Cary, Mrs. Clarence. _Behenna._

      Chamberlain, Jennie. See Leyland, Lady Naylor.

  41. Chapin, Mrs. Alfred C. _C. and F. Weidner._

  42. Charette, Baroness de. _Behenna._

  43. Choate, Mabel. _Behenna._

      Churchill, Marie. See Baring, Mrs. Harold A.

  44. Clarkson, Margaret. _Paillet, 1890._

  45. Cleveland, Mrs. Grover. _Paillet, 1891._

  46. Clews, Mrs. Henry. _Behenna._

      Coffey, Edwalyn. See De Kay, Mrs. Charles.

      Colgate, Cora Smith. See Strafford, Countess of.

  47. Cotton, Mrs. J. Leslie. _Paillet._

      Cooper, Edith. See Bryce, Mrs. Lloyd.

  48. Cram, Ethel. _Behenna._

      Cram, Henriette. See Haven, Mrs. J. Woodward.

  49. Cram, Mrs. Henry S. _Paillet, 1891._

  50. Crosby, Angelica Schuyler. _Weidner._

      Crosby, Elizabeth. See Powel, Mrs. Robert J. Hare.

  51. Crosby, Elsinor.

  52. Cross, Mrs. Horatio R. Odo. _Paillet, 1891._

  53. Cruger, Mrs. Van Rensselaer. _Paillet, 1893._

  54. Curzon, Lady. _Paillet, 1889._

  55. Cutting, Mrs. Wm. Bayard. _Behenna, 1894._

  56. Dahlgren, Romola. _Weidner._

  57. Davis, Bessie Frelinghuysen. _Weidner._

      Davis, Flora. See Blackwood, Lady Terence T.

  58. De Kay, Mrs. Charles. _Paillet, 1891._

  59. Del Grillo, Donna Bianca Capranica. _Paillet, 1889._

  60. De Rham, Mrs. Charles, Jr. _Weidner, 1895._

  61. De Rham, Mrs. H. Casimir. _Behenna._

  62. Dexter, Louise. _Behenna._

  63. D'Hauteville, Mrs. Frederic Grand. _Behenna._

  64. Dinsmore, Mrs. Wm. B., Jr. _Edward Fesser, 1896._

      Di Zerega, Charlotte Berry. See Lady Frankland.

  65. Domingnez, Mrs. _Behenna, 1893._

  66. Drayton, Caroline. _Cecile E. Payen._

      Dresser, Pauline. See Merrill, Mrs. G. Grenville.

  67. Drexel, Mrs. John R. _Abendschein._

  68. Drummond, Mrs. Victor. _Paillet, 1893._

      Duncan, Jessie. See Phipps, Mrs. William Wilton.

  69. Duncan, Mrs. Wm. Butler. _Behenna._

      Duval, Lee. See Marié, Mrs. Louis.

      Eames, Emma. See Story, Mrs. Julian.

  70. Edey, Mrs. Frederick. _Paillet, 1892._

  71. Edgar, Caroline. _Weidner._

  72. Edwards, Mary G. _Weidner._

  73. Elliott, Mrs. Duncan. _Paillet, 1891._

  74. Emmet, Mrs. Bache McEvers. _Paillet, 1892._

  75. Emmet, Mrs. Herman Le Roy.

  76. Emmet, Jane. _Behenna, 1893._

  77. Emmet, Lydia. _Behenna, 1893._

  78. Essex, Countess of. _Behenna._

      Fearing, Miss. See Sheldon, Mrs. Frederick.

  79. Fearing, Mrs. Daniel B. _Paillet, 1890._

  80. Fenno, Mrs. _Behenna._

      Field, Elizabeth H. See Brancaccio, Princess.

  81. Field, Mary Pearsall. _Behenna._

      Fish, Sarah Hamilton. See Webster, Mrs. Sidney.

      Fish, Susan Le Roy. See Rogers, Mrs. Wm. E.

      Foster, Emily. See de Rham, Mrs. Charles, Jr.

  82. Francklyn, Mrs. Charles G. _Paillet, 1892._

  83. Frankland, Lady. _J. Clausen Coope._

  84. French, Mrs. Seth Barton. _C. and F. Weidner._

  85. Gambrill, Mrs. Richard. _Behenna._

      Garner, Fanny. See Iselin, Mrs. C. Oliver.

  86. Gebhard, Mrs. Frederick. _Behenna._

  87. Gebhard, Mrs. Frederick. _Edward Fesser, 1898._

  88. Glover, Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Ashton. _Weidner._

      Goddard, Hope. See Iselin, Mrs. C. Oliver.

  89. Goddard, Mrs. William. _Paillet, 1891._

  90. Godfrey, Ada. _C. and F. Weidner._

      Gordon, Mabel. See Leigh, Mrs. Roland.

      Grant, Adele. See Essex, Countess of.

  91. Gray, Mrs. Griswold. _Paillet, 1892._

  92. Gray, Mrs. John Clinton. _Weidner, 1896._

  93. Greene, Elizabeth McClelland. _Paillet, 1892._

      Grew, Jane N. See Morgan, Mrs. J. Pierpont, Jr.

      Griswold, Florence. See Cross, Mrs. Horatio R. Odo.

  94. Griswold, Mrs. George. _Behenna._

  95. Gurnee, The Misses Bell and Lucy. _Weidner._

      Hall, Anna. See Roosevelt, Mrs. Elliott.

      Hall, Elizabeth Livingston. See Mortimer, Mrs. Stanley.

  96. Handy, May. _Paillet, 1894._

      Hargous, Sallie. See Elliott, Mrs. Duncan.

      Harriman, Mrs. J. Low. See Bishop, The Misses.

  97. Harriman, Mrs. Oliver, Jr. _Meave T. Gedney._

  98. Havemeyer, Mrs. C. F. _Paillet, 1892._

  99. Haven, Mrs. J. Woodward. _Behenna._

      Heckscher, Georgiana L. See Wilmerding, Mrs. John C.

      Heckscher, Emeline D. See Winthrop, Mrs. Egerton L., Jr.

  100. Heckscher, Mrs. John G. _Weidner._

  101. Hewitt, Mrs. Peter Cooper. _Weidner._

  102. Higgins, Mrs. Henry Vincent. _Behenna, 1893._

  103. Hillhouse, Mrs. Charles Betts. _Weidner._

       Hoe, Carolyn. See Marié, Mrs. Leon.

  104. Hoffman, Dorothea Wolfe. _Weidner._

  105. Hoffman, Mrs. Ellis. _Weidner._

  106. Hoffman, Emily. _Abendschein._

  107. Hoffman, Mrs. Henry J. _Paillet, 1890._

  108. Hoffman, Mary Wolfe. _Weidner._

       Hoffman, Madora Marie. See Mores, The Marquise de.

  109. Hone, Hester. _Weidner._

  110. Hopkins, Mrs. Archibald and Mrs. Jacob W. Miller.
             _Paillet, 1892._

  111. Hoppin, Mrs. Sarah Carnes Weekes. _Behenna._

       Hoppin, Katherine B. See Post, Mrs. Allison Wright.

  112. Horton, Helen. _Paillet, 1892._

  113. Howland, Mrs. Samuel S. _Weidner._

       Hoyt, Susan S. See Francklyn, Mrs. Charles G.

  114. Hoyt, Mrs. Gerald L. _Paillet, 1891._

  115. Hoyt, Janet. _C. and F. Weidner._

       Hunnewell, Charlotte. See Sorchon, Mrs. Victor.

  116. Hunt, Mrs. Richard Howland. _Behenna._

  117. Huntington, Marie. _F. Weidner._

       Hutton, Anna. See Moltke-Huitfeldt, Comtesse Harold de.

  118. Irvin, Mrs. Richard. _Paillet, 1893._

       Irvin, Susan. See Gray, Mrs. Griswold.

  119. Iselin, Louise. _Weidner._

  120. Iselin, Mrs. C. Oliver. _Paillet, 1892._

  121. Iselin, Mrs. C. Oliver. _Paillet, 1891._

  122. Jaffray, Mrs. William P. _Paillet, 1893._

  123. Jay, Miss Eleanor.

  124. Jenkins, Laura. _C. and F. Weidner._

       Johnson, Alice W. See Emmet, Mrs. Herman Le Roy.

       Jones, Cornelia S. See Steward, Mrs. John, Jr.

       Jones, Edith. See Wharton, Mrs. Edward R.

  125. Kane, Mrs. Grenville. _Abendschein._

  126. Kennedy, Mrs. H. Van Rensselaer. _Paillet, 1890._

       Keteltas, Edith. See Wetmore, Mrs. George Peabody.

       Kip, Edith Lorillard. See McCreery, Mrs. Richard.

  127. Knowlton, Edith.

  128. Ladenburg, Mrs. Adolph. _Paillet, 1889._

       La Montagne, Elizabeth. See Pendleton, Mrs. Francis K., No. 190.

       Lamson, Lily. See Drummond, Mrs. Victor.

       Langdon, Marion. See Carroll, Mrs. Royal Phelps.

       Lanier, Mrs. James F. D. See Bishop, The Misses.

  129. Lawrence, Mrs. Prescott.

  130. Ledyard, Mrs. Lewis Cass.

       Lee, Alice Bowers. See Miller, Mrs. Ralph G.

  131. Lee, Mrs. J. Lawrence. _Paillet, 1891._

  132. Lee, Marion Bowers. _Weidner._

  133. Lee, Mrs. William H. L. _Behenna._

  134. Leigh, The Hon. Mrs. Dudley. _Weidner._

  135. Leigh, Mrs. Rowland. _M. T. Gedney._

       Leiter, Mary. See Lady Curzon.

  136. Le Roy, Mrs. Robert. _Paillet, 1892._

       Lewis, Miss. See Le Roy, Mrs. Robert.

  137. Leyland, Lady Naylor.

       Little, Nellie M. See Thieriot, Mrs. Albert.

  138. Livingston, Mrs. Henry W. _Paillet, 1892._

       Livingston, Margaret. See Lee, Mrs. J. Lawrence.

  139. Lopez-Roberts, Madame de. _Behenna._

  140. Loring, Lydia Latrobe. _C. and F. Weidner._

  141. Lydig, Mrs. David. _Behenna._

  142. Lydig, Mrs. David. _Paillet, 1891._

       McComb, Susan. See D'Hauteville, Mrs. Frederic Grand.

  143. McCormick, Mrs. Robert. _Weidner._

  144. McCreery, Mrs. Richard. _Paillet, 1892._

  145. Mackay, Margaret Auchmuty. _Behenna._

       McLane, Miss. See Lee, Mrs. William H. L.

       McRa, Mary S. See Livingston, Mrs. Henry W.

  146. Madeira, Mrs. Percy. _Behenna._

       Magee, Arabella. See Boissevain, Mrs. G. Louis.

  147. Marié, Madame, Mr. Marié's Great-Grandmother.
             _Desobry à Clennont, 1824._

  148. Marié, John B.

  149. Marié, Mrs. John Baptiste.

  150. Marié, Mrs. John B., Jr. _Paillet, 1892._

  151. Marié, Mrs. John B. _Paillet, 1890._

  152. Marié, Josephine. _Paillet, 1892._

  153. Marié, Mrs. Leon. _Paillet, 1892._

  154. Marié, Leontine. _Paillet, 1890._

       Marié, Leontine. See Sauer, Mrs. Emil.

  155. Marié, Mrs. Louis. _Weidner._

       Marié, Sallie. See Pendleton, Mrs. Francis K.

  156. Marié, Peter. (Photograph.)

  157. Marshall, Mrs. Charles H. _Paillet, 1890._

  158. Martin, Mrs. Bradley. _Meave T. Gedney._

       May, Carolyn. See Wright, Mrs. Carolyn M.

  159. Meade, Leontine. _Weidner._

       Medell. Katherine. See McCormick, Mrs. Robert.

  160. Merrill, Mrs. G. Grenville. _Weidner._

  161. Merritt, Mrs. Augusta Temple. _Weidner._

       Miller, Mrs. Jacob W. See Hopkins, Mrs. Archibald.

  162. Miller, Mrs. Ralph G. _Weidner._

       Minturn, Edith. See Stokes, Mrs. I. N. Phelps.

  163. Minturn, The Misses Edith, Gertrude, Mildred and Sara May.
         Daughters of Robert B. Minturn. _C. and F. Weidner._

  164. Minturn, Mrs. Robert B. _Paillet, 1892._

  165. Moller, S. Adelina. _Weidner._

  166. Moltke-Huitfeldt, Comtesse Harold de. _Weidner._

       Monson, Anne F. See Emmet, Mrs. Bache McEvers.

       Montague, Bessie. See Brown, Mrs. Alexander.

  167. Montant, Mrs. Auguste P. _Paillet, 1891._

  168. Moore, Mrs. Clement C. _Paillet, 1890._

       Moran, Elizabeth. See Morgan, Mrs. Edwin D.

  169. Mores, The Marquise de. _Paillet, 1889._

  170. Morgan, Mrs. Edwin D. _Paillet, 1893._

  171. Morgan, Mrs. J. Pierpont, Jr. _Behenna._

  172. Morris, Lulu. _Edw. Fesser, 1898._

  173. Morris, Miss Helen Van Cortlandt. _Weidner._

       Morris, Louise. See Gebhard, Mrs. Frederic.

       Morris, Mary B. See Irvin, Mrs. Richard.

  174. Mortimer, Mrs. Stanley. _Paillet, 1889._

  175. Morton, Mrs. Levi P. _Carl A. Weidner._

       Mott, Adelaide. See Bell, Mrs. Isaac.

  176. Mott, Mrs. Jordan L., Jr. _Paillet, 1892._

  177. Munn, Mrs. George F. _Weidner._

  178. Munoz, Mrs. José M. _Paillet, 1889._

       Murphy, Miss. See Domingnez, Mrs.

       Murray, Caroline. See Wilmerding, Mrs. Lucius K.

       Murray, Olivia. See Cutting, Mrs. William B.

  179. Navarro, Mrs. Antonio F. de.

  180. Neilson, Helen Louise. _Edw. Fesser, 1899._

  181. Neilson, Mrs. Fred. _Paillet, 1891._

  182. Nicoll, Mrs. De Lancey. _Abendschein._

  183. Ogden, Miss. _Paillet, 1892._

       Oothout, Pauline D. See Riggs, Mrs. Karrick.

       Otis, Sarah Birdsall. See Edey, Mrs. Frederick.

  184. Paget, Mrs. Arthur Henry. _Paillet, 1891._

  185. Palmer, Mrs. Potter. _Behenna._

  186. Parsons, Mrs. H. de Berkeley. _C. and F. Weidner._

       Parsons, Mary L. See Higgins, Mrs. Henry Vincent.

  187. Patten, The Misses Edyth, Helen, Josephine
       and Mary Elizabeth. _Weidner, 1903._

       Paul, Miss. See Astor, Mrs. William Waldorf.

  188. Pearce, Miss Jennie. _Weidner._

  189. Pendleton, Mrs. Francis K. _Paillet, 1889._

  190. Pendleton, Mrs. Francis K. _Paillet, 1892._

  191. Pendleton, Mrs. Francis K. _Weidner._

       Pendleton, Sarah B. See Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Eugene.

  192. Perkins, Miss. _Behenna._

       Perkins, Jessy. See Whitney, Mrs. Charles.

       Perkins, Mary. See Watson, Mrs. F. S.

  193. Phelps, Ethel. _Weidner._

  194. Phipps, Mrs. William Wilton. _Paillet, 1893._

  195. Pierson, Marguerite. _Carl Weidner._

  196. Playfair, Lady. _Behenna._

       Polk, Antoinette. See Charette, Baroness de.

  197. Post, Mrs. Allison Wright. _Weidner._

  198. Post, Mrs. Charles A. _Paillet, 1893._

       Post, Lina. See Webster, Mrs. Hamilton Fish.

  199. Post, Daisy. _Weidner._

  200. Post, Mrs. Edwin Main. _Weidner._

       Post, Emily. See Griswold, Mrs. George.

       Post, Pauline. See Bacon, Mrs. Francis McNeill, Jr.

  201. Post, Mrs. William. _C. and F. Weidner._

  202. Powel, Mrs. Robert J. Hare and her children. _Weidner._

  203. Potter, Bertha Howard. _Paillet, 1895._

       Potter, Elizabeth M. See Cary, Mrs. Clarence.

  204. Potter, Grace Howard. _Paillet, 1895._

       Potter, Maria Howard. See Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy.

       Potter, Mary Clarkson. See Colton, Mrs. Leslie.

  205. Potter, Virginia. _Paillet, 1891._

       Price, Emily Bruce. See Post, Mrs. Edwin Main.

       Prince, Gertrude. See Ledyard, Mrs. Lewis Cass.

  206. Randolph, Cora. _Behenna._

       Randolph, May. See Webb, Mrs. F. Egerton.

       Read, Emily Meredith. See Spencer, Mrs. Edwards.

  207. Redmond, Mrs. Roland. _Paillet, 1893._

  208. Reed, Marie. _Paillet, 1892._

       Remsen, Georgiana D. See Hillhouse, Mrs. Chas. Betts.

  209. Rhinelander, Mrs. T. J. Oakley. _Weidner._

  210. Riggs, Mrs. Karrick. _Paillet, 1892._

  211. Ripley, Mrs. Sidney Dillon. _Paillet, 1889._

  212. Rives, The Misses. _Paillet, 1893._

       Rives, Amelia. See Troubetskoy, Princess Pierre.

  213. Robb, Mrs. N. Thayer. _Carl Weidner, 1903._

  214. Robbins, Mrs. Henry Asher. _Paillet, 1891._

       Robbins, Marian. See Kennedy, Mrs. H. Van Rensselaer.

  215. Rogers, Mrs. William E. _Weidner._

  216. Ronalds, Mrs. Mary Frances. _Behenna._

  217. Roosevelt, Mrs. Elliott. _Behenna, 1893._

  218. Roosevelt, Helen R. _Cecile E. Payen, 1902._

  219. Russell, Charlotte. _Carl Weidner._

       Russell, Edith. See Playfair, The Lady.

  220. Sackett, Mrs. Charles A. _Paillet, 1892._

  221. Sackville-West, Mrs. Lionel. _Paillet, 1890._

       Sands, Edith Cruger. See Rhinelander, Mrs. T. J. Oakley.

  222. Sard, Gertrude. _Weidner._

       Sargent, Jane P. See Duncan, Mrs. Wm. Butler.

  223. Sauer, Mrs. Emil. _Behenna._

  224. Sauer, Leontine. _Paillet, 1892._

       Schack, Augusta Temple. See Merritt, Mrs. Augusta Temple.

  225. Schieffelin, Mrs. William Jay. _Paillet, 1892._

  226. Scott, Mrs. _Paillet, 1890._

  227. Scranton, Mrs. _Weidner._

  228. Sedgwick, Mrs. Henry Dwight, Jr. _Paillet, 1892._

       Sedgwick, Mrs. Henry Dwight, Jr. See Minturn, The Misses.

       Shaw, Miss. See Minturn, Mrs. Robert B.

  229. Sheldon, Mrs. Frederick. _Behenna._

       Shepard, Maria Louisa. See Schieffelin, Mrs. William Jay.

       Sherman, Miss. See Cameron, Mrs. Senator Don.

       Sherman, Sybil. See Hoffman, Mrs. Ellis.

  230. Sherman, Mrs. W. Watts. _Weidner._

  231. Sloane, Emily. _Weidner._

  232. Sloane, Mrs. William Douglas. _Paillet, 1891._

  233. Smith, Mrs. Sydney. _Behenna._

       Smith, Mrs. Walker Breese. See Rives, The Misses.

       Smythe, Helen. See Jaffray, Mrs. William P.

  234. Sorchan, Mrs. Victor. _Behenna._

       Spedden, Blanche. See Tams, Mrs. Frederic.

  235. Spencer, Mrs. Edwards. _Paillet, 1892._

       Stebbins, Grace. See Chapin, Mrs. Alfred C.

       Stevens, Emily. See Ladenburg, Mrs. Adolph.

       Stevens, Mary Fiske. See Paget, Mrs. Arthur Henry.

  236. Stevens, Mrs. Richard, Jr. _Weidner._

  237. Steward, Mrs. Campbell. _Paillet, 1890._

  238. Steward, Mrs. John, Jr. _Paillet, 1893._

  239. Stewart, Mrs. _Paillet, 1889._

       Stirling, Marie. See Tailer, Mrs. J. Lee.

  240. Stokes, Mrs. I. N. Phelps. _Paillet, 1892._

       Stokes, Mrs. I. N. Phelps. See Minturn, The Misses.

       Stone, Romaine. See Turnure, Mrs. Lawrence, Jr.

       Storrow, Julie G. See Cruger, Mrs. Van Rensselaer.

  241. Story, Mrs. Julian.

  242. Strafford, Countess of. _Paillet, 1889._

  243. Strickland, Martha. _Weidner._

       Strong, Henrietta T. See Fearing, Mrs. Daniel B.

  244. Struthers, Miss.

       Sturgis, Mary. See Scott, Mrs.

       Sturgis, Susan. See Stewart, Mrs.

       Swan, Frances. See Welles, Mrs. Benjamin.

  245. Tailer, Fanny. _Paillet, 1889._

       Tailer, Fannie B. See Smith, Mrs. Sydney.

  246. Tailer, Mrs. J. Lee. _Weidner, 1897._

  247. Tams, Mrs. Frederic. _Behenna._

       Taylor, Mrs. Moses. See Bishop, The Misses.

       Terry, Angela. See Lopez-Roberts, Madame de.

  248. Thayer, Mrs. John B. _C. and F. Weidner._

  249. Thieriot, Mrs. Albert. _Weidner._

       Thieriot, Leontine C. See Munoz, Mrs. José M.

       Thompson, Mary Carter. See Carroll, Mrs. John Lee.

       Thorndike, Miss. See Fenno, Mrs.

  250. Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy. _Paillet, 1890._

       Tompkins, Hannah M. See Lydig, Mrs. David.

  251. Townsend, Amy. _Behenna, 1894._

       Townsend, Grace. See Gray, Mrs. John Clinton.

       Townsend, Hannah. See Montant, Mrs. Augusta P.

       Townsend, Mary Alice. See Sackett, Mrs. Charles A.

       Townsend, Sallie. See Winthrop, Mrs. Buchanan.

       Travers, Mary. See Hecksher, Mrs. John G.

  252. Troubetskoy, Princess Pierre. _Behenna._

       Trobriand, Marie C. de. See Post, Mrs. Charles A.

  253. Turnure, Mrs. Lawrence, Jr. _Paillet, 1889._

       Vanderbilt, Emily T. See Sloane, Mrs. William Douglas.

       Van Nest, Anna. See Gambrill, Mrs. Richard.

  254. Van Rensselaer, Elizabeth. _Weidner._

  255. Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Eugene. _Behenna._

       Van Rensselaer, Louisa. See Baylies, Mrs. Edmund L.

  256. Van Rensselaer, Mabel. _Behenna._

       Waite, Florence S. See Marié, Mrs. John B.

       Walker, Frances. See Parsons, Mrs. H. de Berkeley.

  257. Warren, Mrs. John Hobart. _Paillet, 1891._

  258. Watson, Mrs. F. S. _Weidner._

  259. Webb, Mrs. F. Egerton. _Weidner._

       Webb, Helen L. See Alexandre, Mrs. John E.

  260. Webster, Mrs. Hamilton Fish. _Paillet, 1890._

  261. Webster, Mrs. Sidney. _Paillet, 1892._

  262. Webster, Mrs. Sidney. _Weidner._

       Weekes, Sarah. See Hoppin, Mrs. Francis Vinton.

  263. Welles, Mrs. Benjamin. _Paillet, 1892._

  264. Wells, Mrs. W. Storrs. _Paillet, 1892._

  265. Wetmore, Mrs. George Peabody. _Paillet, 1890._

  266. Wetmore, Miss Edith. _Paillet, 1894._

  267. Wharton, Mrs. Edward R. _Paillet, 1890._

       Whelan, Bertha. See Hoffman, Mrs. Henry J.

  268. Whelen, Elise.

  269. Whitney, Mrs. Charles. _Weidner._

  270. Whittier, Susan. _Paillet, 1892._

  271. Wilmerding, Georgiana. _Weidner._

  272. Wilmerding, Mrs. John C. _Paillet, 1892._

  273. Wilmerding, Mrs. Lucius K. _Behenna._

  274. Winthrop, Mrs. Buchanan. _Paillet, 1892._

       Winthrop, Charlotte. See Crane, Mrs. Henry S.

  275. Winthrop, Mrs. Egerton L., Jr. _Paillet, 1893._

  276. Winthrop, Maria. _Paillet, 1892._

       Wise, Charlotte. See Hopkins, Mrs. Archibald.

       Wise, Katherine. See Miller, Mrs. Jacob W.

  277. Wood, Melza R. _A. Abendschein._

  278. Woodworth, Mignonne. _Paillet, 1891._

       Work, Fanny. See Burke-Roche, Mrs. James B.

  279. Wright, Mrs. Carolyn M. _Paillet, 1890._

  280. Wright, Constance. _C. and F. Weidner._

  281. Wright, Constance. _Paillet, 1893._

  282. Wright, Florence. _Weidner._

  283. Wright, Mrs. Tailer. _Paillet, 1893._

       Wright, Yznaga-Mabel. See Zichy, Countess.

  284. Zerega, Mrs. John A. di. _J. Clausen Coope._

  285. Zichy, Countess. _Paillet, 1891._

  286. Unknown.


SCULPTURE



SCULPTURE

PLASTER CASTS UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED


NO. SUBJECTS. ARTISTS.

1. Bust of John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848.)

     Presented by Gulian C. Verplanck, 1820.

2. Bust of John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848.) _In marble._ _Horatio
Greenough._

     Presented by Augustus H. Ward, June 1, 1858.

3. Bust of Washington Allston, (1779-1843.) _In marble._ _E. A.
Brackett._

     Legacy of Charles M. Leupp, November 6, 1860.

4. Death Mask of Rev. Charles W. Baird, D. D., (1828-1887.) _S. Decomps._

     Presented by the Presbyterian Church, Rye, N. Y., 1901.

5. Medallion of Fordyce Barker, M. D., (1819-1891.) _In marble._ _Louis
M. Verhaegen._

     Presented by Fordyce D. Barker, June 7, 1892.

6. Bust of Joel Barlow, (1754-1812.) _Jean Antoine Houdon._

7. Bust of Simon Bolivar, (1783-1830.) _Petrus Tener._

     Presented by Alexander H. Stevens, M. D., January 5, 1847.

8. Bust of Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., (1779-1865.) _C. B. Ives._

     Presented by Gordon W. Burnham, October 2, 1860.

9. Bust of William Cullen Bryant, (1794-1878.) _In marble._ _Henry K.
Brown._

     Legacy of Charles M. Leupp, November 6, 1860.

10. Medallion of Dr. James R. Chilton, (1808-1863.) _In marble._ _S.
Ellis._

     Presented by Mrs. James R. Chilton, December 5, 1887.

11. Bust of Henry Clay, (1777-1852.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by Samuel Verplanck, December 1, 1840.

12. Bust of De Witt Clinton, (1769-1828.)

     Presented by John Pintard, January 13, 1818.

13. Bust of George Clinton, (1739-1812.) _Giuseppe Ceracchi._

14. Bust of Christopher Columbus, (1446-1506.) _In marble._ _John Gott._

     Copied from an original in the museum of the Capitol at Rome.

     Presented by John E. Williams, January 6, 1857.

15. Bust of Frederic De Peyster, (1796-1882.) _In marble._ _George E.
Bissell._

     Presented by John Watts De Peyster, October 21, 1879.

16. Bust of John Watts De Peyster, (1821-1907.) _In bronze._ _George E.
Bissell._

     Presented by John Watts De Peyster, 1897.

17. Bust of Louis Durr, (1821-1880.) _In bronze._ _Henry Baerer._

     Founder of the Durr Collection.

     Presented by the Executors of his Estate, October 7, 1884.

18. Bust of Edward Everett, (1794-1865.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by George Folsom, December 1, 1840.

19. Bust of Hickson W. Field, (1822-1875.) _In marble._

     Treasurer of the Society 1837-1839.

     Presented by Maunsell B. Field, 1910.

20. Bust of Charles James Fox, (1811-1846.)

     Published by R. Shout, Holborn.

     Presented by George Gibbs, January 23, 1871.

21. Bust of John Wakefield Francis, M. D., (1789-1861.)

     Presented by S. W. Francis, M. D.

22. Bust of Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790.) _Jean Antoine Houdon._

     Presented by David Hosack, April 19, 1832.

23. Bust of Robert Fulton, (1765-1815.) _In bronze._ _Jean Antoine
Houdon._

     Copy of Cast owned by the National Academy of Design.
     Presented by the Colonial Dames of America, 1909.

24. Bust of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.) _John Dixey._

     From the original by Ceracchi, N. Y. _Eve. Post_, September
     18, 1804. Presented by the Artist, October 10, 1809.

25. Bust of William Henry Harrison, (1773-1841.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by Benjamin R. Winthrop, December 1, 1840.

26. Bust of William F. Havemeyer, (1804-1874.) _In plaster._ _Julia
Griffin, 1874._

     Mayor of the City of New York 1845-6, 1848-9, 1872-4.

     Presented by his grandson, William F. H. Armstrong, May 27,
     1915.

27. Medallion of Francis L. Hawks, D. D., (1798-1866.) _In marble._
_David Richards._

     Presented by William Niblo.

28. Bust of Francis L. Hawks, D. D., (1798-1866.) _In marble._ _David
Richards._

     Presented by the Vestry of the Church of the Holy Saviour, N.
     Y., October 2, 1877.

29. Medallion of Rev. Francis L. Hawks, (1798-1866.)

     Presented by Rev. William E. Eigenbrodt, D. D., 1894.

30. Medallion of Nathaniel Hawthorne, (1804-1864.) _Edward J. Kuntze._

     Presented by the Artist, December 1, 1868.

31. Medallion of Joseph Converse Heywood. _F. Manley._

     Presented by John Watts de Peyster, February 19, 1873.

32. Bust of Philip Hone, (1781-1851.) _John H. I. Browere._

     Presented by Charles E. Anthon in the name of his mother, Mrs.
     John Anthon, January 4, 1876.

33. Bust of Philip Hone, (1781-1851.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by James Herring, June 3, 1862.

34. Bust of David Hosack, (1769-1835.) _John H. I. Browere._

     Presented by John W. Francis, M. D., April 19, 1832.

35. Bust of Joseph Hume, (1777-1855.) _Bonomi._

     Presented by James B. Murray, February 2, 1858.

36. Bust of Washington Irving, (1783-1859.) _In marble._ _E. D. Palmer._

     Presented by Mrs. Anna T. E. Kirtland, October 3, 1865.

37. Bust of John Jay, (1745-1829.) _Giuseppe Ceracchi._

38. Bust of Peter Augustus Jay, (1776-1842.) _Robert E. Launitz._

     Presented by Henry E. Pierrepont, June 6, 1843.

39. Bust of Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826.) _Jean Antoine Houdon._

     Presented by Mrs. Laura Walcott Gibbs, October 8, 1839.

40. Bust of Elisha Kent Kane, M. D., (1820-1857.) _Peter Reniers._

     Presented by Rev. Francis L. Hawks, D. D., March 5, 1859.

41. Bust of James Kent, (1763-1847.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by John Jay, November 3, 1840.

42. Medallion of Governor John Alsop King, (1788-1867.)

     Presented by Mrs. Gherardi Davis and Helen King, 1909.

43. Bust of Thaddeus Kosciuszko, (1746-1817.) _Eggenschwiler._

     Purchased by the Society, April 2, 1872.

44. Bust of Alphonse Marie Louis Depart de Lamartine, (1790-1869.) _In
marble. 1854._ _A. S. Adam-Salomon._

     Presented by the family of the late Colonel Washington A.
     Bartlett, May 7, 1867.

45. Bust of William Beach Lawrence, (1800-1881.) _In marble. 1877._ _F.
A. T. Dunbar._

     Presented by Isaac Lawrence, January 3, 1882.

46. Bust of Abraham Lincoln, (1809-1865.) _T. D. Jones._

     Presented by H. L. Stuart, April 3, 1866.

47. Bust of D. J. Macgowan. _Clark Mills._

     Presented by the Artist, June 8, 1866.

48. Bust of John Marshall, (1755-1835.)

49. Bust of Lord Nelson, (1758-1805.)

     Presented by William Prior and Julius L. Dunning, July 8, 1817.

50. Bust of Samuel Osgood, D. D., (1812-1880.) _Franklin Simmons, 1869._

     Presented by Mrs. Samuel Osgood, February 1, 1887.

51. Bust of Thomas Paine, (1737-1809.) _John Wesley Jarvis._

     Presented by the Artist, July 8, 1817.

52. Daniel Parish, Jr., (1838-1914.)

     Secretary of the Executive Committee, 1888-1902 and Chairman,
     1903-1914. Benefactor of the Library.

     Plaster cast and mould of the large model of the gold medal
     presented to Daniel Parish, Jr., by the American Numismatic
     Society, 1890. LEA AHLBORN, Sculp.

     Presented by Mr. Parish, April 7, 1914.

53. Bust of William Pitt, (1759-1806.)

     Published January, 1800, by R. Shout, Holborn, London.

     Presented by George Gibbs, January 23, 1871.

54. Statue of William Pitt, (1759-1806.) _In marble._ _Joseph Wilton._

     Erected by the Colony of New York, September 7, 1770, at the
     intersection of Wall and William streets. It was mutilated by the
     British soldiers soon after their occupation of New York City in
     1776.

     Presented by Simon F. Mackie, March 1, 1864.

55. Bust of William H. Prescott, (1796-1859.) _Thomas Ball._

     Presented by William A. Greene, June 7, 1859.

56. Bust of Sir Walter Scott, (1771-1832.)

     Presented by Samuel W. Francis, M. D.

57. Bust of William H. Seward, (1801-1872.)

     Presented by Charles A. Stetson, March 4, 1861.

58. Bust of William Shakespeare, (1564-1616.)

     A cast from the Bust in Stratford Church, from the collection
     of George Daniel.

     Presented by George Adlard, October 3, 1871.

59. Bust of Benjamin Silliman, (1779-1864.) _C. B. Ives._

60. Bust of George Washington, (1732-1799.) _Jean Antoine Houdon._

     Presented by David Hosack, April 19, 1832.

61. Medallion of Washington, (1732-1799.) _In bronze._ _Alfred W. Jones._

     Presented by the Artist, March 2, 1858.

62. Bust of John Watts, (1749-1836.) _Thomas Coffee._

     From the original by BALL HUGHES.

     Presented by his grandson, J. Watts De Peyster, October 10,
     1863.

63. Bust of Daniel Webster, (1782-1852.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

64. Statuette of Daniel Webster, (1782-1852.) _In bronze._ _Thomas Ball,
1853._

     Presented by Katherine Chambers, March 4, 1913.

65. Bust of Benjamin West, (1738-1820.) _Francis Chantrey._

     Presented by Luther Bradish.

66. Bust of Joseph M. White, (1781-1839.) _In marble._ _Horatio
Greenough._

     Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis, June 18, 1867.

67. Bust of Hugh Williamson, M. D., (1735-1819.) _William I. Coffee,
1816._

68. Bust of Oliver Wolcott, (1726-1797.) _Shobal V. Clevenger._

     Presented by George Gibbs, November 3, 1840.

69. Bust of James R. Wood, M. D., (1816-1882.)

     Presented by Samuel W. Francis, M. D., June 6, 1865.

70. Achilles and Penthesilea. _Group in marble._ _G. M. Benzoni._

     Presented by the children of the late Charles H. Russell,
     February 2, 1886.

71. A Bacchante. _In marble._ _Nicolas Coustou._

     (_Bryan Collection._)

72. The Indian. _In marble._ _Thomas Crawford._

     This sculpture is a repetition of the well known figure in
     _The Progress of Civilization in America_, a group executed by
     order of the Government for the Capitol extension at Washington.

     "Resting on a low mound is seated the Indian chief, a
     nude figure excellently modeled. His head, crowned with tufted
     feathers, rests sadly upon his hand, the weary chase of life is
     over, he is dying--the Great Spirit waits to conduct him to the
     far off hunting-grounds, that dreamy land where souls repose in
     boundless prairies. His tribe has disappeared, he is left alone,
     the solitary offshoot of a mighty race; already the axe of the
     backwoodsman disturbs his last hours; civilization, and art, and
     agriculture--all mysteries to him incomprehensible--have desecrated
     his home, and the dark shadows of the past gather him into their
     bosom!"--_London Art Journal._

     Purchased from the family of the Artist, and presented by
     Frederic de Peyster, President of the Society, April 6, 1875.

73. Primitive Marksman. _In bronze._ _Fernando Miranda._

     Presented by the Artist, February 22, 1911.

74. Ruth. _In marble._ _Henry K. Brown._

     "The artist has chosen the moment in which Ruth is addressed
     by Boaz as she stands among the gleaners. He quoted the lines of
     Keats in the song of the Nightingale--

    'Perchance the self-same song hath found a path
    To the sad heart of Ruth, when, sick for home,
    She stood in tears amid the alien corn.'

     She is not in tears; but her aspect is that of one who listens
     in sadness; her eyes are cast down, and her thoughts are of the
     home of her youth in the land of Moab. Over her left arm hangs
     a handful of the ears of wheat which she has gathered from the
     ground, and her right rests on the drapery about her bosom. Nothing
     can be more graceful than her attitude, or more expressive of
     melancholy sweetness and modesty than her physiognomy."--_Extract
     of a letter by Mr. W. C. Bryant, dated Rome, 1845._

     This statue was purchased by Miss Hicks, of New York, and
     presented to the New York Gallery of Fine Arts.

75. Group of a Boy and Dog; or, _Chi Vinci, mangia._ _In marble._ _Henry
K. Brown._

     This playful group was presented to the New York Gallery, by
     C. M. Leupp, Esq. The boy has left his bowl of milk upon the floor,
     and the dog is endeavoring to take advantage of his negligence,
     by appropriating the contents to himself, against which the boy
     stoutly protests. They are so equally matched in strength, that the
     struggle is of doubtful issue, and therefore the artist calls it,
     "_Chi Vinci, mangia_," or, who wins, eats.

     (_New York Gallery of Fine Arts, 1858._)

76. Bacchus. _In marble._

     Presented by Mrs. Howard Townsend Martin, March 13, 1909.


BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ARTISTS



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ARTISTS


ANTONY SAMUEL ADAM-SALOMON (1818-1881).

French sculptor, among whose works may be mentioned the busts of
Rossini, Marie Antoinette and the Tomb of the Duke of Padua.

WILLIAM VAN AELST (1620-1679).

Born at Delft; died at Amsterdam. Son of a notary. He was instructed
in painting by his uncle, Evert van Aelst, whose style and subjects he
adopted, though he greatly excelled him.

FRANCESCO ALBANO (1578-1660).

Born and died at Bologna. Son of Agostino Albano, a silk merchant. He
was placed under the tuition of Denis Calvart. There he met Guido Reni
and with him entered the School of Lodovico Caracci. He went to Rome,
where his genius gained his reputation.

ANTONIO ALLEGRI (DA CORREGGIO) (1494-1534).

An Italian painter, born and died at Correggio, Italy. He was the son of
Pellegrino Allegri, a merchant. He learned the rudiments from his uncle,
Lorenzo Allegri, and followed the style of Montegna.

EZRA AMES

was a coach painter of Albany, who turned his attention to portraiture
and gained distinction in 1812 at the Pennsylvania Academy by exhibiting
his portrait of Gov. George Clinton.

ALEXANDER ANDERSON (1775-1870).

Born in New York City and died in Jersey City, N. J. He studied medicine
at Columbia University and graduated in 1796, but was essentially a
wood engraver and later devoted himself entirely to that art.

JACOBUS VAN ARTOIS (1613-1684).

Born at Brussels. He was a celebrated Flemish landscape painter, and
studied under John Mertens. His works are often decorated with excellent
figures by David Teniers, which renders them much more valuable.

JAN ASSELYN (1610-1660).

Born at Diepen and died at Antwerp. A Flemish landscape painter who
studied under Esaias Vandervelde and went to Italy, where he remained
several years.

JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (1780-1851).

Born near New Orleans, La.; died near New York City. His great love
of nature led him to make the drawings of the birds, for which he
is famous. He neglected business to spend his time in excursions
through the woods, gathering specimens and making drawings of birds.
He travelled extensively, making several voyages to England, finally
settling, 1840, in New York City at what was known as Audubon Park on
the Hudson, and was buried in Trinity Cemetery, adjoining his property.

HENDRIK VAN AVERCAMP (1590-).

Born at Kampen; lived and died there. Surnamed Stomme van Campen. He
executed many pictures, chiefly marine views and landscapes ornamented
with cattle.

JOHN DE BAAN (1633-1702).

Born at Haerlem; died at The Hague. A Dutch portrait painter who, after
receiving some instructions from an uncle named Piemans, was sent to
Amsterdam to study under Jacob de Backer.

LUDOLF BACKHUYSEN (1631-1708).

Born at Embden. A German painter, pupil of Albert van Everdingen and
Henry Dubbels. He painted mostly marine subjects.

GEORGE A. BAKER (1821-1880).

A native of New York; is highly esteemed for his portraiture of women
and children. He was the pupil of his father, a miniature painter.

THOMAS BALL (1819-1911).

Sculptor; born in Charlestown, Mass. Died at Montclair, N. J. He was
a singer and portrait painter and in 1852 he took up modelling and
executed a number of busts and statues, having studied in Europe several
years.

GIORGIO BARBARELLI (1477-1510).

Born at Castelfranco, near Trevigi. An Italian portrait painter called
Giorgione. Studied in the school of Giovanni Bellini, at Venice, where
Titian became his fellow student.

FRA BARTOLOMEO (BACCIO DELLA PORTA) (1475-1517).

Born and died at Savignano, near Florence. Called also Il Frate, and
Fra Bartolomeo di San Marco. While very young he became the disciple of
Cosimo Rosselli, and acquired the name of Baccio della Porta, from his
residence near the gate of St. Peter.

BASSANO (JACOPO DA PONTE) (1510-1592).

Born at Bassano, commonly called Il Bassano. He was the son of
Francesco da Ponte, called also the Elder Bassano. He received his
first instruction from his father, and then at Venice under Bonifazio
Veneziano.

GERARD VAN BATTEM.

A Dutch landscape painter, who flourished about 1650 and died at
Amsterdam in 1690. His subjects are mountainous landscapes, with
travellers or banditti, and hunting pieces.

POMPEO BATTONI (1708-1787).

Born at Lucca; died at Rome. An Italian painter, son of a goldsmith. He
was sent to Rome, where he studied under Sebastian Conca, and Agostino
Masucci. He was more employed in portraits than historical works.

JAN BEERESTRATEN (1622-1687).

Dutch painter, born and died at Amsterdam. He painted landscapes.

CORNELIUS BEGA (1620-1664).

Born at Haerlem. He studied under Adrian Ostade, and became the ablest
painter of his school. His pictures, like those of Ostade, represent
Dutch peasants regaling and amusing themselves, and the interiors of
Dutch cottages.

JOSEPH L. H. BELLANGÉ (1800-1866).

French painter, born and died at Paris. He was influenced by the wars of
the 1st Napoleon and painted mostly military scenes.

THEODORE VAN BERGEN (1645-1689).

Born at Haerlem. A Dutch painter of landscapes and cattle. Studied under
Adrian Vandevelde and was his ablest scholar.

NICHOLAS BERGHEM (1620-1683).

Born at Haerlem. A Dutch painter, the son of Peter Class van Haerlem.
It is difficult to say how the name Berghem or Berchem originated. He
studied first under his father and subsequently under John van Goyen and
also John Baptist Weenix.

PIETRO BERRETINI (1596-1669).

Born at Cortona; died at Rome. Called Da Cortona and was a Florentine
painter and architect. He studied under Baccio Ciarpi, but gained more
advantage from the study of the works of Raphael and Caravaggio.

ALBERT BIERSTADT (1830-1902.)

Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, and in 1831 came with his parents to New
Bedford, Mass. In 1853 he returned to Düsseldorf and studied painting
there and in Rome. In 1857 he returned to the United States and made an
extended tour in the West, especially Colorado and California. He died
in New York City.

THOMAS BIRCH (1787-1851).

Born in London, England, the son of William Birch. Was brought to this
country in 1794 when seven years of age. His father was his instructor.
He lived and died in Philadelphia and was a landscape and marine painter.

ABRAHAM BLOEMAERT (1564-1658).

Born at Gorcum. He was a Dutch historical and landscape painter and
engraver, who studied under Joseph de Beer.

JOHANNES FRANCIS VAN BLOEMEN (1662-1740).

Born at Antwerp; died at Rome. A Flemish landscape painter, who went to
Italy when very young and remained there all his life. Studied under
Goubau and was called Orizonti.

PETRUS VAN BLOEMEN (1657-1719.)

Born at Antwerp. He visited Rome for improvement, where the Flemings
called him Standard, from his painting occasionally charges of cavalry.
He returned to Antwerp, and in 1699 was made director of the Academy.

JAMES BOGLE (1817-1873).

Born in Georgetown, S. C.; died in Brooklyn, N. Y. Came to New York
1836, and entered the studio of Professor Morse. He confined himself to
portrait painting.

FERDINAND BOL (1611-1681).

Born at Dort. A Dutch historical and portrait painter and engraver. His
family removed to Amsterdam where he studied under Rembrandt, whose
style he imitated.

JOSEPH BONOMI (1796-1878).

Born at Rome and died at London. An English sculptor and draftsman, the
son of Giuseppe Bonomi.

JOHN AND ANDREW BOTH.

These Dutch painters were brothers. They were natives of Utrecht, John,
the elder, being born about 1610 and died after 1662. Andrew died 1645.
They learned the elements of design from their father, who was a painter
on glass, but afterwards studied under A. Bloemaert.

SANDRO OR ALESSANDRO BOTTICELLI (1447-1510).

A Florentine painter and engraver. He studied under Filippo Lippi and
subsequently visited Rome, where he executed several important works for
Sixtus IV.

FRANÇOIS BOUCHER (1703-1770).

A Parisian painter and engraver. He studied under François Le Moine, and
was appointed court painter. He succeeded best in pastoral subjects.

SEBASTIEN BOURDON (1616-1671).

Born at Montpellier; died at Paris. A French painter and engraver who
studied the elements of design with his father.

PETER BOUT (1658-1731).

Born at Brussels; he painted in conjunction with Boudewyns, whose
landscapes he ornamented with figures, representing assemblies,
merrymakings and similar subjects.

EDWARD AUGUSTUS BRACKETT (1819- ).

Sculptor, born in Vassalborough, Me. He began his career in 1838 and
produced portrait busts of prominent persons.

WILLIAM BRADFORD (1827-1892).

Born in New Bedford, Mass. Began by painting ships and coast scenes of
New England and British North America, and later extended his studies to
the Arctic regions.

RENIER BRAKENBURG (1650-1702).

Born at Haerlem. A Dutch painter who studied first under Mommers, a
landscape painter, and afterwards under Bernard Schendel. His subjects,
representing merrymakings and drunken assemblies, are similar to those
of Schendel.

LEONARD BRAMER (1596-1674).

Born and died at Delft. He was a Dutch painter and painted night
pieces, with towns on fire and caverns, in the manner of Rembrandt. His
principal works were historical subjects of a small size.

LUDOVICO BREA.

A painter of the Genoese school, and a native of Nice. It is not
mentioned under whom he studied. He resided at Genoa from 1483 to 1513.

QUIRINUS BREKELENKAM.

A Dutch painter who lived about 1650. He studied under Gerard Douw and
followed the style of that master and of Rembrandt. His works represent
Dutch cottages with figures.

AGNOLO BRONZINO (1502-1572).

A Florentine painter, and favorite scholar of Jacopo Carrucci, whom he
assisted in some works. He imitated Michael Angelo.

ADRIAN BROWER (1605-1638).

Born at Haerlem; died at Antwerp. A Dutch painter of poor parentage.
Francis Hals offered to take him into his school, which he gladly
accepted. He was a friend of Adrian Ostade and Rubens.

JOHN H. I. BROWERE (1792-1834).

Sculptor, a student in Columbia University, and later studied painting
under Archibald Robinson. After visiting Europe he returned to New York
in 1819 and took up modelling. He devoted a great amount of time in
forming a collection of busts which he executed of the most noted men in
the country, prominent in history.

DAVID BROWN.

A pupil of George Moreland, whose works he imitated. He exhibited
landscapes at the Royal Academy from 1792 to 1797.

GEORGE LORING BROWN (1814-1889.)

Born and died in Boston, Mass. He attended the Franklin School and
became an engraver's apprentice. He studied under Washington Allston,
and while in Paris under Eugene Isabey.

HENRY KIRKE BROWN (1814-1886).

Sculptor, born in Leyden, Mass., and died in Newburgh, N. Y. He studied
painting under Chester Harding, of Boston, and then took up sculpture,
executing portrait busts in Albany. He executed many statues of notable
persons for various states.

JOHN BRUEGHEL (1568-1625).

Born at Brussels, the son of Peter Brueghel the elder. He commenced
miniature painting, but afterwards studied oil painting under Peter
Goekint.

CHARLES LE BRUN (1619-1690).

A Parisian painter, son of a sculptor. He was placed in the school of
Simon Vouet, and went to Italy, where he was assisted in his studies
by N. Poussin. In 1662 he commenced his great work of the Battles of
Alexander, which gained him an immense reputation.

BUONAMICO BUFFALMACCO (1262-1340).

A Florentine painter who studied under Andrea Taffi. He painted in the
dry, Gothic style of the immediate followers of Cimabue.

WILLIAM DE BUYTENWEG (1600-1640).

Born at Rotterdam. Houbraken calls him Geestige Willem (William the
Gay). His principal work was the Triumph of William, Prince of Orange.

PAOLO CALIARI (1528-1588).

Born at Verona. He was of the Venetian school and called Paolo Veronese.
He was placed in the school of his uncle, Antonio Badile.

ANTONIO CANAL (CANALETTO) (1697-1768).

A Venetian painter whose father was a scene painter, and he was brought
up in the same profession. He went to Rome, where he designed the grand
remains of antiquity. Returning to Venice, he chose as his subjects
interior views.

ANNIBALE CARACCI (1560-1609).

A Bolognese painter, studied under his cousin, Lodovico, who advised him
to study the works of Correggio.

FRANCIS B. CARPENTER (1830-1900).

Born in Homer, N. Y. He was mostly self-taught. He removed to New York
in 1851 and was a portrait painter, having painted many distinguished
men.

JUAN CARRENNO DE MIRANDA (1614-1685).

Born at Abiles, in Asturias. A Spanish painter, who studied at Madrid
under P. de las Cuevas and afterwards under Bartolomé Roman. He died at
Madrid.

JOHN W. CASILEAR (1811-1893).

Born in New York, and began studying at the age of fifteen under
Peter Maverick, the engraver, after whose death he became a bank note
engraver. He took up oil painting and went to Europe to study in 1840
and again in 1857. He died at Saratoga, N. Y.

ANDREA DEL CASTAGNO (1390-1457).

A painter of Castagno in Tuscany. Bernardetto de Medici placed him
under Masaccio. After leaving that master he became one of the most
distinguished artists of the day.

GIUSEPPE CERACCHI (1760-1801).

Italian sculptor; came to Philadelphia in 1791 and made busts of eminent
men. In 1800, having joined in a plan to assassinate the first Consul of
Italy, he, with the intention of carrying out the design, proposed to
undertake a statue of him. The plot was detected and he was guillotined.

GIUSEPPE CESARI (1568-1640).

Born at the Castle of Arpino in Naples; died at Rome. Pope Gregory XIII.
placed him in the school of Nicolo Pomerancio.

PHILIP DE CHAMPAGNE (1602-1674).

Born at Brussels; died at Paris. At the age of nineteen he went to
Paris, and received most assistance from Fouquières, who lent him some
of his drawings.

SIR FRANCIS CHANTREY (1781-1841).

Sculptor, born at Norton in Derbyshire, England, and was apprenticed
as a carver in Sheffield. Later he established himself as a modeller
in clay in Dublin, then Edinburgh and finally in London. He executed
chiefly sepulchral monuments and busts. In 1837 he was knighted.

JOHN GADSBY CHAPMAN (1808-1889).

Born in Alexandria, Va., and went to Italy to study. He settled in
New York and became a successful engraver and illustrator. In 1848 he
returned to Italy and had his studio in Rome.

JEAN BAPTISTE SIMEON CHARDIN (1701-1779).

Born and died at Paris. A French painter who distinguished himself by
painting conservation pieces of a domestic character.

GIO CIMABUE (1240-1302).

Born at Florence and of noble descent. He has been credited with
rescuing the art from its gross and barbarous state, and he has been
called the father of modern painters.

SHOBAL VAIL CLEVENGER (1812-1843).

Sculptor, born near Middletown, Butler Co., Ohio; died at sea. He was
first occupied as a stone cutter in Cincinnati and was induced by David
Guio to carve busts in freestone. He came to New York and executed
several notable busts. In 1840 he went to Rome.

JEAN HENRI DE COENE (1798-1866).

Belgian painter of genre and historical subjects, born at Nederbrakel;
he was a pupil of David and of Paelinck. He became professor in the
Brussels Academy, and died in that city.

THOMAS COLE (1801-1848).

Born in Bolton-le-Moor, England; died near Catskill, N. Y. His father
emigrated to the United States in 1819 and settled in Ohio, where Thomas
Cole took lessons from a painter named Stein. In 1825 he removed to New
York and became associated with Durand and Trumbull. He founded the
"Hudson River School" and became one of the best American landscape
painters. He made several visits to Europe.

WILLIAM COLLINS (1787-1847).

English painter, born and died at London. Studied under Moreland and in
the Royal Academy. In 1836 he visited Italy, where he studied for two
years.

JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY (1737-1815).

Born in Boston, Mass.; died in London. He was essentially a portrait
painter. In 1774 he went to England, and after a visit to Italy, settled
in London.

GONZALES COQUES (1614-1684).

Born and died at Antwerp. A Flemish painter who learned the elements
of the art from Peeter Brueghel III., and then studied under David
Ryckaert, the elder.

CORREGGIO, _see_ ALLEGRI, ANTONIO.

JACQUES COURTOIS (1621-1676).

Called Il Borgognone; was born at St. Hippolyte, in Franche Conté, and
died at Rome. He was the son of an obscure artist, who taught him the
elements of design.

NICHOLAS COUSTOU (1658-1733).

French sculptor, born at Lyons and died at Paris. He studied at
Paris under his uncle, Coysevox, and later at Rome. At the age of
twenty-three he won the grand prize of the Royal Academy, which entitled
him to the royal pension.

LUCAS CRANACH (1472-1553).

A German painter and engraver, born at Cranach, whose family name it is
believed was Sunder. He was burgomaster of Wittenberg and was a friend
of Luther and Melanchthon. Was a pupil of his father, and died at Weimar.

CHRISTOPHER PEARSE CRANCH (1813-1892).

Born in Alexandria, Va.; entered the ministry in 1835, from which he
retired in 1842 to study art. He studied in France and Italy, returning
to New York. Was also an author. He died at Cambridge, Mass.

THOMAS CRAWFORD (1814-1857).

Sculptor, born in New York City; died in London. At the age of nineteen
he entered the studios of Frazer and Launitz in New York, and in 1834
went abroad and lived in Rome thereafter. He executed many notable works.

THOMAS S. CUMMINGS (1804-1894).

Born in England; came to New York in infancy. He studied with Henry
Inman and became a miniature portrait painter. Was a founder of the
National Academy and in 1838 was commissioned Brigadier General of
Militia by Gov. Seward.

ALBERT CUYP (1620-1691).

A Dutch painter, born at Dort, son of Jacob Gerritze Cuyp, who taught
him the elements of design. He became an excellent landscape painter.

JACOB GERRITZE CUYP (1594-1652).

Born at Dort and studied under A. Bloemaert. He was one of the founders
of the Academy at Dort in 1642. His works were greatly surpassed by his
son.

ABRAHAM DELANOY, JR.

A native of New York, who studied art under Benjamin West at London
and in January, 1771, advertised his profession as a portrait painter
in the New York newspapers. Six months later he advertised again, as
selling various articles of merchandise as well as "most kinds of
painting done as usual, at reasonable rates." In his latter days Dunlap
says he was poor and dependent on sign-painting for his support. He died
about 1786.

ANTONIO DELLO (1603- ).

An Italian historical painter, born at Florence, who assisted in the
execution of great works in the Escurial in 1658.

BALTHAZAR DENNER (1685-1749).

German painter, born at Hamburg, who excelled in mechanical execution of
painting. The faculty of imitation and German patience constituted the
whole merit of this artist.

JEAN BAPTISTE DESCAMPS (1706-1791).

Born at Dunkirk, and studied under his uncle, Louis Coypel, after which
he went to Paris and entered the school of Largillière. He established a
school of design at Rouen.

ANSON DICKINSON (1780- ).

Born in Litchfield, Conn., and worked as a silversmith. He became a
miniature painter and removed to New York.

CHRISTIAN WILLIAM ERNEST DIETRICH (1712-1774).

A German artist, born at Weimar and died at Dresden. He learned the
first principles from his father and afterwards studied under Alex.
Thiele, a landscape painter. Was also an engraver of reputation.

JOHN DIXEY ( -1820).

Sculptor, born in Dublin, Ireland, and educated in London. He was
a student of the Royal Academy and came to America in 1789. He was
vice-president of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and lived many
years in New York.

SIMON VAN DER DOES (1653-1717).

Born at Amsterdam, son of Jacob van der Does, who instructed him in the
art, adopting the same style of painting as his father, in subjects and
manner.

CARLO DOLCI (1616-1686).

Born at Florence, and studied under Jacopo Vignali. His best works were
chiefly confined to heads of the Saviour and the Virgin and to Madonnas.

DOMENICHINO (1581-1641).

His real name was Domenico Zampieri; born at Bologna and received his
first instructions from Denis Calvart and then in the Academy of the
Caracci, where Guido and Albano were then students.

JOHN DONCKER (1610- ).

A Dutch painter, born at Gouda, who had great abilities but died
prematurely.

GERARD DOUW (1613-1675).

Born at Leyden, the son of a glazier, and received his first
instructions in drawing from Dolendo, the engraver, and later a pupil of
Rembrandt.

GUILLAM DUBOIS (1622-1680).

A Dutch landscape painter, born and died at Amsterdam, and painted in
the style of Ruysdael.

THOMAS SPENCE DUCHÉ (1766- ).

Born in Philadelphia about 1766, and was the pupil of Benjamin West.
Dunlap says, "little is known" of him.

WILLIAM DUNLAP (1766-1839).

Born in Perth Amboy, N. J.; died in New York City. He was engaged in
artistic, dramatic and literary work. He came to New York in 1777 and
painted portraits. In 1784 he went to London and studied with Benjamin
West.

JOSEPH SIFFREIN DUPLESSIS (1725-1802).

Born at Carpentras, France. He was placed under Imbert at Chartreuse.
In 1745 he entered the school of Subleyras at Rome. At the age of
twenty-seven he went to Paris and was admitted to the Royal Academy. He
was appointed keeper of the Museum at Versailles.

ASHER B. DURAND (1796-1886).

Born at Jefferson, N. J., and died in South Orange, N. J. He first took
instructions from his father in engraving and in 1812 was apprenticed
to Peter Maverick in New York City, whose partner he became, rising to
the highest rank in that profession. He then turned his attention to
painting landscapes in oil as well as portraits. In 1826 he was one of
the founders of the National Academy of Design and its President from
1845 to 1861.

ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528).

Born at Nuremberg. He was the son of a skillful goldsmith, who taught
him the rudiments of design; subsequently he studied under Martin Hapse
and Michael Wolgemut. He was most famous as an engraver.

JOSEF LAURENS DYCKMANS (1811-1888).

Flemish painter, born at Lierre. Pupil of Tielemans and Wappers. Painted
genre pictures and small portraits, and was professor in the Antwerp
Academy.

JAMES EARLE (1761-1798).

Born in Leicester, Mass., and died in Charleston, S. C. He painted
portraits in Charleston, S. C., and died suddenly of yellow fever when
he was preparing to return to England.

RALPH EARLE (1751-1801).

Born in Leicester, Mass.; died in Bolton, Conn. He painted portraits in
Connecticut in 1775 and after the Revolution went to England, where he
studied under Benjamin West, returning to the United States in 1786. His
American historical paintings are among the first ever executed by an
American artist.

FRANCIS W. EDMONDS (1806-1863).

Born in Hudson, N. Y.; died at Bronxville. He was a bank cashier in his
native city and in New York City until 1855. During this time he studied
at the National Academy of Design. While Secretary of the American Bank
Note Company he designed several pictures which were engraved on notes
printed by that establishment.

GERBRANDT VANDEN EECKHOUT (1621-1674).

A Dutch painter, born at Amsterdam, who studied in the school of
Rembrandt and became a great portrait painter.

CHARLES L. ELLIOTT (1812-1868).

Born in Scipio, N. Y.; died in Albany, N. Y. About 1834 he came to
New York and was a pupil of Trumbull and later of Quidor. He painted
numerous portraits of eminent men.

JUAN ANTONIO ESCALANTE (1630-1670).

Spanish painter, born at Cordova, who studied under Francisco Rizi, but
imitated the style of Tintoretto. He died at Madrid.

JAN VAN EYCK (1380-1440.)

A Flemish painter, native of Maes-Eyck, on the river Maes. He was a
brother of Hubert van Eyck. They established themselves at Bruges and
founded the Flemish school, and are credited with inventing oil painting.

GAUDENZIO FERRARI (1484-1550).

An Italian painter, student of Perugino, says one writer, while others
say he first studied under Stefano Scotto and then under Bernardino
Luini.

ODVARDO FIALETTI (1573-1638).

Born at Bologna; died at Venice. He first studied under Gio. Battista
Cremonini and then in the school of Tintoretto.

GEORGE W. FLAGG (1816-1897).

Born in New Haven, Conn. He studied with his uncle, Washington Allston.
Under the patronage of Luman Reed he spent three years in Europe to
study. After living six years in London he returned to New Haven and
subsequently removed to New York City.

JARED BRADLEY FLAGG (1820-1899).

Born in New Haven, Conn. Studied with his brother, George W. Flagg and
Washington Allston. He first settled in Hartford, Conn., and in 1849
removed to New York. He entered the ministry, but after ten years of
that life returned to his former profession.

ALBERT FLAMEN.

A Flemish painter and engraver who was born in Bruges and established
himself at Paris from 1648 to 1664. He possessed greater abilities for
engraving than for painting.

SAMUEL FOLWELL (1765-1813).

He probably came from New England and died in Philadelphia, where he was
a miniature painter as well as a cutter of silhouettes and a "worker
in hair." He conducted a school in that city for a time and engraved
portraits and book plates.

CHARLES DE LA FOSSE (1636-1716).

Born at Paris, the son of a goldsmith, he studied under Charles Le
Brun and later studied the works of Titian and Veronese. He became a
distinguished colorist of the French school.

JACQUES FOUQUIÈRES (1580-1659).

A Flemish landscape painter, born at Antwerp and died at Paris. Studied
under Josse Momper and John Brueghel.

LEONARD DE FRANCE (1735-1805).

Flemish painter, born at Liége, who studied under J. B. Coclers. He was
appointed first professor in the Academy of the Fine Arts at Liége.

FRANCIS FRANCKEN (1542-1616).

Called the Elder. Flemish painter, born at Antwerp, who studied under
Francis Floris. He painted historical subjects.

MARTIN FREMINET (1567-1619).

Born and died in Paris. He was the son of an obscure painter. When he
visited Rome, formed a friendship with Giuseppe Cesari, but followed the
style of Michael Angelo.

SIGMUND FREUDENBERGER (1745-1801).

Born at Berne, was a pupil of Em. Handmann, and then studied under
Wille, Boucher, Greuze and Röslin. He painted and engraved Swiss life
scenes.

JAMES FROTHINGHAM (1788-1864).

Born in Charlestown, Mass., and died at Brooklyn, N. Y. He began life
as a chaise painter in his father's chaise manufactory, from which he
developed into a successful portrait painter.

JOHN FYT (1609-1661).

A Flemish painter, born at Antwerp; was distinguished for painting
animals, especially dogs. Pupil of Frans Snyders.

BARENT GAAL (1650-1703).

Dutch painter, born at Haerlem; studied under Philip Wouwermans and
painted horse-fairs, battles and hunting-pieces.

TADDEO GADDI (1300-1366).

An Italian painter and architect, born in Florence. He was the son of
Gaddo Gaddi, who first instructed him. Later he studied in the school of
Giotto.

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH (1727-1788).

An English painter of portraits and landscapes who was born at Suffolk.
He received instructions from Gravelot and Hayman.

JOHN VAN GEEL (1631-1698).

A Dutch painter, and scholar of Gabriel Metzu, whose style he imitated.
Born and died at Rotterdam.

NICHOLAS VAN GELDER.

Was an animal painter of the Netherlands, who flourished in the
seventeenth century.

GENTILESCHI, _see_ LOMI.

JEAN L. T. A. GERICAULT (1791-1824).

A French painter, born at Rouen, who studied under Carle Vernet and
afterwards in the School of Guerin. He died at Paris.

FRANÇOIS REGIS GIGNOUX (1816-1882).

Born in Lyons, France; died in Paris. He studied art in the Academy of
St. Pierre at Lyons and in the School of Fine Arts at Paris. In 1844
he came to the United States and opened a studio in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
returning to France in 1870.

GROVE SHELDON GILBERT (1805-1885).

Born in Clinton, N. Y.; died in Rochester. Studied medicine for a time
but decided to take up art. For several years he painted in Fort Niagara
and Toronto, settling in Rochester in 1834. He painted mostly portraits.

GIORGIONE, _see_ BARBARELLI, GIORGIO.

GIOTTINO, _see_ STEFANO, TOMMASO.

GIOTTO DI BONDONE (1276-1337).

An Italian painter and architect, born at Vespignano. He attracted the
attention of Cimabue, under whom he studied and surpassed.

JAN GLAUBER (1646-1726).

A landscape painter, born at Utrecht, Holland, of German parents. He
entered the School of Nicholas Berghem and later went to Rome. He
settled at Amsterdam and formed a friendship with Gerard de Lairesse.

HENRY GOLTZIUS (1558-1617).

A Dutch painter and engraver, born at Mulbrecht, who acquired the
elements of design from his father, afterward studying engraving under
Theodore Cuernhert.

HUBERT GOLTZIUS (1526-1583).

A Flemish painter and engraver; born at Venloo, died at Bruges. He
studied in the School of Lambert Lombard at Liége, and later visited
Rome.

JOHN VAN GOYEN (1596-1666).

Born at Leyden and died at The Hague. Was one of the earliest Dutch
landscape painters. He studied under Schilderpoort, Isaac Nicolai and
Esias Vandevelde, and was father-in-law to Jan Steen.

HENRY PETERS GRAY (1819-1877).

He was born and died in New York and in 1838 entered the studio of
Daniel Huntington. He visited Europe several times and was president of
the National Academy 1869-1871.

HORATIO GREENOUGH (1805-1852).

Sculptor, born in Boston, Mass., and died in Somerville, Mass. When
a boy he was taught the rudiments of his art by a French sculptor,
Binon. He entered Harvard, where he met Washington Allston; but before
completing his college course Greenough sailed for Europe in 1825, where
he lived permanently.

JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE (1725-1805).

Born at Tournus; died at Paris. He studied in School of Grandon, a
portrait painter at Lyons, where he made rapid progress.

ANTHONY GRIFF OR GRIEF (1670-1715).

Flemish painter of landscapes, dead game and dogs. Born at Antwerp and
died at Brussels.

WILLIAM GRIMALDI (1751-1830).

Born in Shoreditch, England, and died in London. Studied under Worlidge
and afterward at Paris. He was a miniature painter and painted for
members of the Royal Family.

JEAN ANTOINE THEODORE GUDIN (1802-1879).

Born at Paris and died at Boulogne. He was marine painter of harbor and
coast scenes, also landscapes. He practised etching and lithography.

GUIDO, _see_ RENI.

GUIDO GUIDONE SIENA.

An old Sienese painter who made great improvement over the Greeks before
the time of Cimabue and Giotto.

FRANCIS GUY (1760-1820).

Born in England and came to New York in 1795, going to Philadelphia and
Baltimore, where he established dye-works. He also had been a tailor,
but always worked at landscape painting, to which he was devoted. About
1817 he returned to Brooklyn, N. Y., where he died.

JAN HACKAERT (1636-1699).

Born at Amsterdam, he became one of the ablest landscape painters of the
Dutch School. He was a friend of Adrian Vandervelde.

FRANCIS HALS (1584-1666).

Flemish portrait painter, born at Antwerp and died at Haerlem. He was a
disciple of Karel van Mander and a friend of Van Dyck.

GEORGE P. A. HEALY (1813-1894).

Born in Boston, Mass. He went to Paris in 1836 and occasionally visited
the United States. He resided in Chicago from 1855 to 1867 and then made
his residence in Rome and in Paris. He was one of the best American
portrait painters of the French School. He died at Chicago.

MATTHEW VAN HELMONT (1653-1719).

Flemish painter, born at Brussels, who studied under D. Teniers and
painted similar subjects to those of that master. He died at Antwerp.

BARTHOLOMEW VANDER HELST (1611-1670).

Dutch painter, born at Haerlem, who painted historical subjects and
portraits. He died at Amsterdam.

EGBERT VAN HEMSKERK (1645-1704).

Called "the younger," was born at Haerlem and died at London. He studied
under Peter Grebber and painted drunken scenes and drolls.

MARTIN VAN VEEN HEMSKERK (1498-1574).

Dutch painter, born at Hemskerk, the son of Jacob William van Veen. He
studied under John Lucas and in the school of John Schoorel. Later he
studied the works of Michael Angelo.

GUILLIAM VAN HERP (1614-1677).

Born and died at Antwerp. Pupil of Damiaan Wortelmans and painted
history and genre. He came under the influence of Rubens.

JOHN VANDER HEYDEN (1637-1712).

Born at Gorcum; he obtained his knowledge of design from a glass
painter. He painted churches, palaces, ruins and views of cities. Died
at Amsterdam.

THOMAS HICKS (1823-1890).

Born in Newtown, Pa. He studied in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
and in 1838 entered the National Academy in New York. After studying
abroad he returned to New York City in 1849 and began a successful
career as a portrait painter.

JOHN WILLIAM HILL (1812-1879).

Born in England and died in this country. He did aquatint work and
drew upon stone for the lithographers. Later he painted landscapes in
water-colors and achieved considerable reputation.

THOMAS HILL (1829- ).

Born in Birmingham, England. He came to the United States in 1840 and
settled in Taunton, Mass. Until 1853 he followed the profession of
ornamental painting, then studied in the life-class of the Pennsylvania
Academy at Philadelphia. He removed to California and painted landscapes.

MINDERHOUT HOBBEMA (1638-1709).

Born at Coeverden, Holland, and resided at Amsterdam. He was a friend of
Ruysdael and their styles are similar.

WILLIAM HOGARTH (1697-1764).

Born at London. His father was a schoolmaster, who apprenticed him to an
engraver, after which he entered the Academy of St. Martin's Lane.

HANS HOLBEIN (1497-1554).

A Swiss painter and wood engraver, born at Augsburg. He was the son and
scholar of John Holbein. He visited England and painted a number of
portraits, including Henry VIII., who gave him apartments in the palace.
He died at London.

GERARD HONTHORST (1590-1656).

A Dutch painter, born at Utrecht, who studied under Abraham Bloemaert.
Going to Rome he studied the works of M. A. Caravaggio and later settled
at The Hague.

PETER DE HOOGHE (1632-1681).

A Dutch painter, born at Rotterdam and died at Haerlem. His usual
subjects were interiors of Dutch apartments with figures.

JOHN HORREMANS, THE ELDER (1682-1759).

A Flemish painter, born at Antwerp, whose favorite subjects were
conversation pieces. Studied under Michiel Vander Voort and Jan van Pee.

JEAN ANTOINE HOUDON (1740-1828).

Sculptor, born at Versailles, France; died at Paris. He studied his art
under Michel Ange Slodtz and later under Pigale. In 1785 he accompanied
Franklin to the United States and spent two weeks at Mount Vernon to
prepare his statue of Washington, now in Richmond, Virginia. He produced
many masterpieces which placed him foremost of French sculptors.

JAN VAN HUGTENBURG (1646-1733).

Dutch painter and engraver, born at Haerlem. He studied under Thomas and
Jacob Wyck and later became acquainted with Vander Meulen who gave him
instruction. Died at Amsterdam.

DANIEL HUNTINGTON (1816-1906).

Born and died in New York City, and was a classmate of Charles L.
Elliott at Hamilton College. In 1835 he studied with Samuel F. B. Morse.
In 1839 he visited Europe and again in 1844. Returning to New York in
1846 he devoted himself chiefly to painting portraits, and was elected
President of the National Academy of Design.

CORNELIUS HUYSMANS (1648-1727).

A Flemish landscape painter, born at Antwerp, who later settled at
Mechlin. He was placed in the school of Gaspar de Wit and then studied
under Jacques Artois. He is also known as Houseman of Mechlin, where he
died.

CHARLES C. INGHAM (1797-1863).

Born in Dublin, Ireland; died in N. Y. City. He studied in the Academy
of Dublin and settled in New York in 1817, being one of the founders of
the National Academy of Design.

HENRY INMAN (1801-1846).

Born in Utica, N. Y.; died in New York City. Pupil of John Wesley
Jarvis, with whom he studied seven years, painting miniatures. Later he
acquired a high reputation as a portrait painter.

CHAUNCEY B. IVES (1812- ).

Sculptor, born in Hamden, Conn., the son of a farmer. At the age of
sixteen he apprenticed himself to E. R. Northrup, a wood carver, and
later studied with Hezekiah Augur. He lived most of the time abroad at
Rome, making occasional visits to America. For a short time in 1855 he
had a studio in New York and received many orders.

KARL DU JARDIN (1625-1678).

Born at Amsterdam and studied under Nicholas Berghem. He went to Italy
where he was received by the Bentevogel Society. His works are mostly
confined to landscapes.

JOHN WESLEY JARVIS (1780-1834).

Born in South Shields, England; died in New York City. He came to
Philadelphia in 1785 and with but little instruction began to paint
portraits in which he became popular. The bust of Thomas Paine, now in
the Society collection, was executed by Jarvis.

WILLIAM JEWETT (1792-1873).

Born in East Haddam, Conn., and died at Bayonne, N. J. He began life
as a farmer and was apprenticed to a coach-maker at New London, Conn.,
for whom he prepared paints and assisted in coloring carriages. At
New London he met Samuel L. Waldo whose assistant he became and later
collaborated with him in painting portraits.

DAVID JOHNSON (1827-1908).

Born in New York City and received a few lessons from Jasper F. Cropsey.
His paintings represent mostly American scenery. He was a member of the
National Academy of Design. He died at Walden, N. Y.

EASTMAN JOHNSON (1824-1906).

Born in Lowell, Me., and died in New York City. He first settled in
Augusta, Me., and executed portraits in black and white and in pastel.
In 1845 he removed to Washington, D. C., and in 1849 visited Europe,
returning to the United States in 1856. In 1858 he settled in New York.
He was an excellent portrait painter.

JACOB JORDAENS (1593-1678).

Born and died at Antwerp. He studied under Adam van Oort, whose daughter
he married. He was associated with Rubens, whose style he imitated.

JEAN JOUVENET (1644-1717).

French painter, born at Rouen, the son of Laurent Jouvenet, who taught
him the first principles of the art. Later he studied with Nicholas
Poussin. Died at Paris.

WILLIAM KALF (1630-1693).

Dutch painter, born and died at Amsterdam. He studied under Hendrick
Pot, an historical painter, and after leaving that master he acquired a
reputation painting still life.

JOHN F. KENSETT (1818-1872.)

Born in Cheshire, Conn.; died in New York City. Studied under his father
as an engraver and went into the employ of the American Bank Note
Company at New York. He went to Europe to study Art in 1845 with other
artists. Returning in 1847, he established himself in New York.

ALBERT KLOMP.

A Dutch painter whose pictures are dated from 1602 to 1632 and have much
merit.

JAN KOBELL (1779-1814).

The son of Hendrick Kobell, born at Delfshaven. He was placed under the
instruction of W. R. vander Wal, and adopted Paul Potter for his model.

BAREND C. KOEK-KOEK (1803-1862).

Born at Middleburg, Zeeland, and died at Cleves. He was a student of the
Amsterdam Academy under Schelfhout and Van Oos. In 1841 he founded an
Academy of Design at Cleves.

CHRISTIAN KÖHLER (1809-1861).

Born at Werben, studied at Berlin Academy, and was professor at the
Düsseldorf Academy 1855-58. He painted historical subjects and died at
Montpellier.

EDWARD J. KUNTZE (1826-1870).

Sculptor, born in Pomerania, Prussia; died in New York City. He studied
in Stockholm, Sweden, and lived for some years in London, England. In
1852 he came to America and achieved a reputation.

SIEGMUND LACHENWITZ (1820-1868).

Born at Neuss and died at Düsseldorf. Was a student at the Düsseldorf
Academy 1840-1867, studying animal life.

GERARD DE LAIRESSE (1641-1711).

Flemish painter, born at Liége and died at Amsterdam. He was the son of
Renier Lairesse, who taught him the elements of design, later studying
under Bertholet Flemael.

JAMES R. LAMBDIN (1807-1889).

Born in Pittsburg, Pa.; studied under Thomas Sully, and established
himself as a portrait painter. He was professor of fine arts in the
University of Pennsylvania and an officer of the Pennsylvania Academy of
Fine Arts.

LOUIS LANG (1814-1893).

Born in Waldsee, Württemberg, Germany. He studied at Stuttgart and
Paris, and came to the United States in 1838 and resided in Philadelphia
and New York, making frequent trips to Europe. Died at New York.

NICHOLAS DE LARGILLIÈRE (1656-1746).

Born at Paris, and studied under Francis Gobeau, a painter of landscapes
and still life. He became a successful portrait painter.

ROBERT E. LAUNITZ (1806-1870).

Sculptor, born in Riga, Russia; died in New York City. He studied under
Thorwaldsen and in 1828 came to New York. He was the instructor of
Thomas Crawford and has been called the father of monumental art in
America.

PHILLIPPE LAURI (1623-1694).

Son of Baldassare Lauri; born at Rome, and studied first under his
brother, Francesco Lauri, and at the latter's death entered the school
of Angelo Caroselli, his brother-in-law.

SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE (1769-1830).

An English portrait painter, born at Bristol, England, and studied under
Mr. Hoare and in the Royal Academy. He was encouraged and advised by
Reynolds. After the death of Benjamin West he was chosen president of
the Royal Academy.

OLIVER I. LAY (1845- ).

Born in New York City, and was a pupil of Thomas Hicks. He studied at
the Cooper Institute and the National Academy.

JACOB H. LAZARUS (1823-1891).

Born and died at New York. He was a pupil of Henry Inman and had a
successful career as a portrait painter in this city.

SIR PETER LELY (1618-1680).

A German portrait painter, born at Soest, in Westphalia. He studied in
the school of Peter Grebber, of Haerlem, for two years. His style of
painting resembled that of Van Dyck, whom he imitated. He died at London.

NICHOLAS BERNARD LEPICIÉ (1735-1784).

A French painter, the son of Bernard Lepicié; born and died at Paris;
studied under Carl Vanloo.

LUCAS VAN LEYDEN (1494-1533).

So called from the place of his birth; was the son of Hugo Jacobs,
who instructed him in the rudiments of art and later placed him with
Cornelius Engelbrechtsen. He became a friend of Dürer.

HENRY LEYS (1815-1869).

Born and died at Antwerp. Studied at the Antwerp Academy and under de
Brackeleer.

JOHN LINGELBACH (1625-1687).

Born at Frankfort, Germany, and died at Amsterdam. He went to Amsterdam
when very young, and later visited Paris and Rome to study.

SEBASTIAN LLANOS Y VALDES (1602-1668).

A Spanish painter who flourished at Seville and studied under Francisco
d'Herrera the Elder. He became president of the Academy of Seville.

ARTEMISIA LOMI (1590-1642).

Called Gentileschi. An Italian paintress, born in Rome; went to
England and later resided at Naples, where she married Pietro Antonio
Schiattesi. She was the daughter and pupil of Orazio Lomi who adopted
the name Gentileschi from his maternal uncle.

LORENZO IL MONACO (1370-1425).

An Italian painter who died at Florence. He was a follower of Angiolo
Gaddi.

ANTHONY DE LORME.

A Dutch painter of whom little is known. He flourished at Rotterdam
about 1640-1666. His pictures represent interiors of churches and other
edifices.

CLAUDE LORRAINE (1600-1682).

Born in Chamagne, Lorraine, and learned the first rudiments of art
from his brother, who was an engraver on wood. He entered the Academy
of Godfrey Waal at Naples and later studied under Agostino Tassi, a
landscape painter at Rome.

BERNARDINO LUINI (1475-1530).

Born at Luino in the Milanese on the Lago Maggiore, and from his style
is considered to have been a follower of Leonardo da Vinci, but first
studied under Stefano Scotto.

NICHOLAS MAAS (1632-1693).

A Dutch painter, born at Dort. He entered the school of Rembrandt and
became an excellent colorist. After painting historical subjects for a
while, he devoted himself to portrait painting.

JOHN DE MABUSE.

A Flemish painter, born at Maubeuge about 1472 and died in 1533. It is
not known under whom he studied. He went to Italy in 1508. His family
name was Gossart.

MACRINO D'ALBA.

A native of Alladio, and a citizen of Alba, whose name was Fava. It is
not known with whom he studied or when he was born or died. His works
are dated 1496 to 1508.

ANDREA MANTEGNA (1431-1506).

He was born at Vicenza and became the pupil and adopted son of
Squarcione. He married the daughter of Jacopo Bellini. He was also an
early engraver and did much for that art.

OTHO MARCELLIS (1613-1673).

A Dutch painter, born and died at Amsterdam. It is not known under whom
he studied. He painted curious plants, insects, serpents and other
reptiles, and acquired great celebrity in this singular branch of the
art.

EDWARD D. MARCHANT (1806-1887).

Born in Edgarton, Mass.; died in Asbury Park, N. J. In 1843 he went
West, and in 1845 settled in Philadelphia and painted many portraits.

JACOB MARREL (1614-1685).

Born at Utrecht; died at Frankfort. Was a pupil of Georg Flegel and
painted flowers and fruit.

QUINTIN MATSYS (1450-1530).

A Flemish painter, born and died at Antwerp. He was a blacksmith until
his twentieth year, and it is not known under whom he studied art. His
style was unlike any other master.

LUDOVICO MAZZOLINO (1481-1530).

Born at Ferrara, and a student of Lorenzo Costa. There is a great
confusion of names as applied to this artist. He may be placed after
Garofalo, among the masters of his native town.

FRANCESCO MAZZUOLI (1504-1540).

Called "Il Parmiggiano"; was born at Parma. He received instructions
from his uncles, who taught him what they knew in the art. He was also
distinguished as an engraver.

JOHN VANDER MEER (1656-1705).

Born and died at Haerlem; the son of John vander Meer, under whom he
first studied and afterwards with Berghem.

JAN MEMLING (1430-1494).

Flemish painter, born at Mümling, who studied under Roger Van der
Weyden. He settled in Bruges.

SIMONE MEMMI (1283-1344).

A Sienese painter and one of the earliest who distinguished themselves
after the revival of the art. He was a pupil of Duccio.

GEORGES MICHEL (1763-1843).

French painter, born and died at Paris, whose work was chiefly
landscapes. Pupil of Leduc.

JOHN MIEL (1599-1664).

Born near Antwerp, and studied under Gerard Seghers. Went to Rome and
entered the school of Andrea Sacchi, who employed him to assist in his
works. He died at Turin.

PIERRE MIGNARD (1610-1695.)

Born at Troyes, and resided at Rome twenty-two years, where he acquired
the name "the Roman." He studied under Jean Boucher and in the school of
Simon Vouet at Paris, where he died.

CLARK MILLS (1815-1883).

Sculptor, born in Onondaga Co., N. Y.; died in Washington, D. C. In 1835
he discovered a new method of taking a cast from a living face, which
enabled him to make busts very cheaply. Later he began cutting busts
in marble with much success and executed the statue of "Freedom" now
standing above the dome of the Capitol at Washington, D. C.

JOHN MOLENAER (1610-1668).

Born and died at Haerlem, he painted country scenes in the style of
Steen and Brouwer. Was the best of the Molenaers.

NICHOLAS MOLENAER (1629-1676).

Born at Amsterdam, and painted landscapes in the manner of Ostade.

PETER MOLYN (1632-1701),

the Younger, called Il Tempesta by the Italians, was born at Haerlem,
and studied under his father, and then imitated the style of Francis
Snyders. His sea subjects and storms at sea gave him the name Il
Tempesta.

LUIS MORALES (1509-1586).

A Spanish painter, born at Badajos in Estremadura. His works are said to
resemble in many respects those of Leonardo da Vinci.

GEORGE MORLAND (1763-1804).

Born and died at London. He was the son of Henry Robert Morland, a
portrait painter in crayons, and engraver. He exhibited many pictures at
the Royal Academy.

SAMUEL F. B. MORSE (1791-1872).

Born at Charlestown, Mass.; died in New York City. He graduated at Yale
in 1810 and then studied under Washington Allston, with whom he went
to London, where he was admitted to the Royal Academy, also studying
under Benjamin West. In 1823 he settled in New York and opened a studio,
painting portraits. He was a founder of the National Academy.

FREDERICK MOUCHERON (1633-1686).

Flemish painter, born at Embden and died at Amsterdam. He studied under
John Asselyn, a landscape painter. He designed everything after nature.

ISAAC MOUCHERON (1670-1744).

Born and died at Amsterdam. He was the son of the preceding and received
his instruction from his father. He followed the style of Gaspar
Poussin, painting chiefly landscapes, decorating the saloons and halls
of the nobility and wealthy persons.

WILLIAM S. MOUNT (1807-1868).

Born and died in Setauket, L. I. At the age of seventeen he came to New
York and became associated with his elder brother, Henry S. Mount, as a
sign painter. In 1826 he entered the National Academy of Design, and in
1829 established himself as a portrait painter. Later he devoted himself
to genre painting.

BARTOLOMÉ ESTÉBAN MURILLO (1617-1682).

Spanish painter, born and died at Seville. Was placed in the academy of
his uncle, Don Juan del Castillo, and later studied under Velasquez at
Madrid.

MICHAEL VAN MUSSCHER (1645-1705).

A Dutch painter, born at Rotterdam and died at Amsterdam. First studied
under Martin Zaagmoolen, and afterwards under Abraham vander Tempel,
Gabriel Metzu, and Adrian van Ostade.

JAN VAN NECK (1636-1714).

Born at Naarden, and studied under Jacob de Backer. He settled at
Amsterdam. He painted portraits and historical subjects.

PETER NEEFS (1577-1657).

Born at Antwerp. Studied under Henry Steenwyck and painted interiors
similar to those of his master.

ARNOLD VANDER NEER (1604-1677).

Born at Gorinchem and removed to Amsterdam. His instructor is not known.
He painted landscapes and excelled in moonlight views.

VICTOR NEHLIG (1830- ).

Born in Paris, and was a pupil of Leon Cogniet and Abel de Pujol. He
came to the United States in 1856 and settled in New York. Many of his
works are illustrative of American History. He returned to Europe in
1872.

CONSTANTINE NETSCHER (1670-1722).

Dutch portrait painter, born at The Hague, who studied under his father,
Gaspar Netscher, whose style he followed.

CASPAR NETSCHER (1639-1684).

Born at Heidelberg, Germany, and died at The Hague. He studied under
Koster and in the school of Terburg. He settled in Holland and acquired
fame as a portrait painter.

GILBERT STUART NEWTON (1797-1835).

Born in Halifax, N. S.; died in Chelsea, England. He received some
instruction from his uncle, Gilbert Stuart. When a youth he went to
Europe and entered the Royal Academy in London. There he lodged with
Washington Irving. In 1831 he sailed for the United States, married in
Boston and returned to England in October, 1832, and died three years
later.

JACOB VAN OCHTERVELDT.

A Dutch painter, of whom little is known except by his works, in which
he imitated the style of Gerard Terburg. He flourished about 1670.

BALTHASAR PAUL OMMEGANCK (1755-1826).

Born and died at Antwerp. He studied with H. Antonissen and became an
eminent landscape and animal painter.

JACOB VAN OOST (1600-1671).

A Flemish painter, born at Bruges and died there. He imitated Annibale
Caracci after he went to Rome to further his studies.

BERNARD VAN ORLEY (1490-1542).

Born at Brussels and at an early age went to Rome and studied under
Raphael and later assisted him. He returned to Brussels with a
distinguished reputation.

SAMUEL S. OSGOOD (1808-1885).

Born in Boston, Mass.; married Frances S. Locke (who wrote under the nom
de plume of "Fanny Forrester"). He studied art in Europe and settled in
New York City, making a specialty of portrait painting.

ADRIAN VAN OSTADE (1610-1685).

Dutch painter, born at Haerlem and studied under Francis Hals. He was
an ardent friend of Adrian Brower, a fellow student. His subjects are
always from low life.

ISAAC VAN OSTADE (1621-1649).

Brother of Adrian, under whom he studied and whose style he imitated,
but later adopted a style of his own in painting out-door scenes.

JEAN BAPTISTE OUDRY (1686-1755).

French painter and engraver, born at Paris, and studied under Nicholas
Largillière. He acquired distinction in painting hunting pieces,
cavalcades, etc. He died at Beauvais.

WILLIAM PAGE (1811-1885).

Born in Albany, N. Y.; died in Tottenville, S. I. He studied under James
Herring and Samuel F. B. Morse; also entered the Academy of Design.
He spent eleven years in Europe, from 1849 to 1860, and returning to
New York, was president of the Academy of Design. He painted mostly
portraits.

JACOPO PALMA (1480-1528).

Called Il Vecchio, to distinguish him from his great nephew, called Il
Giovine. He was a native of Serinalta in the Bergamese Territory.

ERASTUS DOW PALMER (1817-1904).

Sculptor, born in Pompey, Onondaga Co., N. Y. Was first a carpenter by
trade, then executed cameo portraits, and finally undertook sculpture
proper. All his knowledge was acquired in America, and it was not until
he had become famous that he visited Europe.

GIOVANNI PAOLO PANNINI (1691-1764).

Born at Piacenza. He studied under Pietro Lucatelli at Rome, but
followed the style of Salvator Rosa, and became a master of the art of
perspective and architecture.

JOHN PARADISE (1783-1834).

Born in New Jersey; died in New York City. He was a pupil of Denis
A. Volozan at Philadelphia, and in 1810 removed to New York. He is
principally known by his portraits of Methodist divines.

JEAN BAPTISTE PATER (1695-1736).

French painter, born at Valenciennes, and became the pupil of Anthony
Watteau, whose style and subjects he imitated.

CHARLES WILSON PEALE (1741-1827).

Born in Chestertown, Md.; died in Philadelphia, Pa. He changed his
profession from saddle-making to portrait painting. He received
some instructions from John Singleton Copley and in 1770 went to
London, where he met Benjamin West, under whom he studied. In 1776 he
established himself in Philadelphia, painting portraits. He became a
Captain in the Revolutionary War, a member of the Legislature, and
founded, in 1802, "Peale's Museum." He took up in turn the making of
coaches, harness, clocks and watches, besides working as a silversmith;
he was a naturalist, dentist and author, but was most famous as a
portrait painter, having painted fourteen portraits of Washington from
life.

REMBRANDT PEALE (1778-1860).

Son of Charles Wilson Peale; was born in Bucks Co., Pa., and died in
Philadelphia. After receiving instructions from his father he went
to England and studied under Benjamin West. He made several trips
to Europe and painted many portraits in various cities in the United
States. At the age of seventeen he painted Washington's portrait.

PIETRO PERUGINO (1446-1524).

Born at Citta della Pieve, near Perugia, and died at the latter place.
It is believed that he studied under Andrea Verocchio at Florence. The
family name of Perugino was Vannucci.

BONAVENTURA PETERS (1614-1652).

Flemish painter, born at Antwerp, who became one of the most eminent
marine painters of his time. It is not known by whom he was instructed.

GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIAZZETTA (1682-1754).

A Venetian painter, who was first instructed by his father and later
became a pupil of Antonio Molinari. He died at Venice.

ROBERT EDGE PINE (1742-1790).

Son of John Pine, an English designer and engraver, who instructed him.
He was born in London and came to Philadelphia in 1784 to paint the
portraits of distinguished persons.

SEBASTIANO DEL PIOMBO (1485-1547).

Born at Venice; his real name was Sebastiano Luciano. He first studied
with Giovanni Bellini and then with Giorgione, becoming the most
distinguished disciple of his school.

EGBERT VANDER POEL (1621-1664).

A Dutch painter, native of Delft, and died at Rotterdam. His favorite
subjects were conflagrations, fire-works and interiors by candle-light.

CORNELIUS POELEMBURG (1586-1667).

Born at Utrecht, he studied under Abraham Bloemaert and then went to
Italy. His style was a combination of the Flemish and Italian schools.

FRANCIS PORBUS (1570-1622),

"the younger," was born at Antwerp and studied with his father. He
acquired distinction as a portrait painter in Paris, where he died.

PETER PORBUS (1513-1584).

A Dutch painter and architect, born at Gouda. He settled at Bruges,
where he died. He acquired distinction in history and portraits.

PAUL POTTER (1625-1654).

Son of Peter Potter, born at Enkhuysen, and was the pupil of his father.
His subjects were landscapes with different animals, in which he
excelled. He established himself at The Hague.

GASPAR POUSSIN (1613-1675).

Born at Rome, the son of a Frenchman, and was adopted by Nicholas
Poussin as his son, and taught him to paint. He became an eminent
landscape painter and died at Rome.

NICHOLAS POUSSIN (1594-1665).

Born at Andely, in Normandy, and was descended from a noble family. He
received his first instructions in art from Quinton Varin and then went
to Paris and later to Rome, where he died.

WILLIAM H. POWELL (1823-1879).

Born and died in New York City. He was a pupil of Henry Inman and later
studied in Paris and Florence. He painted historical subjects and
portraits.

ROBERT M. PRATT (1811-1880).

Born in Binghamton, N. Y.; died in New York City. He studied under
Samuel F. B. Morse and Charles C. Ingham, and became a figure and flower
painter. He also painted portraits.

PIERRE PAUL PRUD'HON (1758-1823).

French painter, born at Clugny, and studied in the Academy of Dijon and
later went to Rome, returning to France in 1789.

ADAM PYNAKER (1621-1673).

Dutch landscape painter, born at the village of Pynaker. He visited Rome
while very young and on returning to Holland gained distinction.

AUGUSTUS QUERFURT (1696-1761).

A German painter, born at Wolfenbüttel, who after receiving instructions
from his father went to Augsburg and studied under Rugendas. He died at
Vienna.

JOHN RAMAGE.

An Irishman who painted miniatures in Boston, Mass. In 1777 he was
established in William Street, New York, where he painted the military
heroes while the city was in the British occupation.

JEAN RAOUX (1677-1734).

A French historical and portrait painter, born at Montpellier. He
studied in the School of Bon Boulogne, at Paris.

RAPHAEL SANZIO DI URBINO (1483-1520).

Styled the Prince of Painters, and acknowledged to have possessed a
greater combination of the higher excellencies of art than has fallen to
the lot of any individual. He was placed in the School of Perugino after
having learned the elements of design from his father, Giovanni Sanzio,
a painter of little celebrity. He visited Florence and Rome, and died at
the latter place at the age of thirty-seven years.

JOHN VAN RAVESTEYN (1572-1657).

Dutch portrait painter, born at The Hague. He was a pupil of Michael
Mierevelt, and his works have great merit.

PAUL REMBRANDT (1606-1669).

One of the most eminent painters and engravers of the Dutch School, born
at a small village on the banks of the Rhine, between Leyderdorp and
Leyden. He entered the School of Jacob van Zwaanenberg at Amsterdam and
later studied with Peter Lastmann and Jacob Pinas.

GUIDO RENI (1575-1642).

Born at Bologna, the son of Samuel Reni, who placed him in the School of
Denis Calvart and later in the Academy of Caracci. He was also a pupil
of Lodovico. He visited Rome and Naples and died at Bologna.

SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723-1792).

Born at Plymouth, England, and studied under Hudson. After visiting
various cities in Italy he settled at London and was appointed President
of the Royal Academy in 1768 and shortly after was knighted by the king.
He is called the founder of the British School of Painting.

JOSÉ RIBERA (1588-1656).

Called Il Spagnoletto. A Spanish painter, born at Xatia, in Valencia.
He entered the School of Francisco Ribalta and later studied under
Caravaggio at Naples.

ANDREW RICHARDSON.

An English painter of landscapes who exhibited a number of paintings,
and of whom Dunlap says: "I am ignorant of his history."

HYACINTHE RIGAUD (1659-1743).

A French portrait painter, born at Perpignan; he settled at Lyons and
in 1681 visited Paris to study historical painting, but accepting the
advice of Charles Le Brun, he confined himself to portrait painting.

HUBERT ROBERT (1733-1808).

Born at Paris, where he acquired the rudiments of art. He visited Rome
and studied in the French Academy under the direction of Carlo Natoire.
His work was principally architectural and perspective views.

JACOPO ROBUSTI (TINTORETTO) (1512-1594).

Called Il Tintoretto, because he was the son of a dyer. He was born at
Venice and a pupil of Titian, who became jealous of his success and
banished him from his studio. His works are numerous and exhibit an
extraordinary combination of beauties and defects. He died at Venice,
aged eighty-two years.

HENRY MARTIN ROKES (1621-1682).

A Dutch painter, born at Rotterdam, who acquired a knowledge of art from
William Buytenweg, and later studied under the younger Teniers, whose
style he followed.

GIO FRANCESCO ROMANELLI (1610-1662).

Italian painter, born and died at Viterbo. He studied in the school of
Pietro da Cortona, under the patronage of Cardinal Barberini. He visited
Paris, where he was honored by Louis XIV.

GIULIO ROMANO (1492-1546).

Born at Rome, and was a pupil of Raphael and his most distinguished
disciple. He was particularly successful in battle-pieces and also
gained great distinction as an architect.

THEODORE ROMBOUTS (1597-1637).

A Flemish painter, born at Antwerp, who studied under Abraham Janssens.
He visited Rome and Florence, then settled at Antwerp, where he died.

JOHN HENRY ROOS (1631-1685).

A Dutch painter, born at Otterberg. He was apprenticed to Julian du
Jardyn, a painter of little note, and later studied under Adrian de Bie,
an able designer of landscapes and animals.

SALVATORE ROSA (1615-1673).

Born at Renilla, near Naples, he first studied under Francesco
Fracanzani, his brother-in-law, and later in the Academy of Giuseppe
Ribera. He died at Rome.

JOHN ROTTENHAMER (1564-1623).

A German painter, born at Munich. He received his first instruction
from an obscure artist named Donnaver. At Venice he studied the works
of Tintoretto. After years of study in Italy he returned and settled at
Augsburg, where he died.

PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577-1640).

Born at Siegen of a distinguished family, he was placed under the
instruction of Tobias Verhaecht, and later entered the schools of Adam
van Oort and Otho van Veen. He was one of the most original painters
that ever lived, and his subjects are unlimited. He died at Antwerp.

JACOB RUYSDAEL (1630-1682).

Dutch landscape painter, born at Haerlem. He was the son and pupil of
Izack van Ruysdael and became a great landscape painter.

SOLOMON RUYSDAEL (1616-1670).

Brother of the preceding, born at Haerlem. He was a pupil of Van de
Velde and Jan van Goyen. His subjects were river views and landscapes.

DAVID RYCKAERT (1612-1661).

Born at Antwerp and instructed by his father, David Ryckaert. He devoted
himself to interiors with peasants, fairs, etc. He died at Antwerp.

CORNELIUS SAFTLEVEN (1607-1682).

A Dutch painter, born at Gorinchem. It is not known under whom he
studied, but he settled at Antwerp, where he acquired considerable
reputation.

C. B. JULIEN ST. MEMIN (1770-1852).

Born and died in Dijon, France. He introduced in America, a machine
called a "physionotrace," by which the human profile could be copied
with mathematical accuracy and produced over 800 engraved portraits of
distinguished citizens. Later he took up portrait and landscape painting
and in 1817 was appointed director of the Museum at Dijon.

GIOVANNI BATTISTA SALVI (1605-1685).

Called Il Sassoferrato, from the place of his nativity. He first studied
under his father, Tarquinio Salvi, and then in Rome and Naples.

ANDREA DEL SARTO (1487-1531).

Born at Florence. His real name was Andrea D'Agnolo, but called del
Sarto from the occupation of his father, who was a tailor. He studied
first under Gio Barile, a wood engraver, and then under Pietro di Cosimo.

SASSOFERRATO, _see_ SALVI.

WALTER SATTERLEE (1844-1905).

Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., and was a graduate of Columbia University in
1863. Student of the National Academy of Design and under Edwin White.
At Paris he studied with Leon Bonnat.

EDWARD SAVAGE (1761-1817).

Born and died in Princeton, Mass. He was a goldsmith, who turned his
attention to portrait painting, and painted Washington's portrait for
Harvard University.

LOUIS JAQUES SCHAAL (1800- ).

Born at Paris, he entered the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1816, and was a
pupil of Daguerre and Lethière. He was a painter and engraver.

GODFREY SCHALCKEN (1643-1706).

Dutch historical portrait painter, born at Dort. He first studied with
Soloman van Hoogstraten and later entered the school of Gerard Douw at
Leyden. He died at The Hague.

BARTOLOMEO SCHIDONE (1560-1615).

He was born at Modena. His early history is very contradictory, but he
emulated the style of Correggio very closely.

MARTIN SCHOEN (1445-1491).

A German painter and engraver; also known as Schongauer. Born and died
at Colmar. He was the earliest German engraver on copper plates.

CESARE DA SESTO (1480-1521).

He is regarded as the most distinguished disciple of Leonardo da Vinci.
Born at Milan. He went to Rome to study and became acquainted with
Raphael there.

JAMES SHARPLESS (1751-1811).

Born in England; died in New York City. He first came to this country
in 1794. He travelled through the country making pastel portraits of
distinguished persons; among them is Washington's, which he made in 1796
at Philadelphia. He was buried in the churchyard of St. Peter's Church
in Barclay Street.

JAMES H. SHEGOGUE (1810-1879).

He painted mainly portraiture, and first exhibited at the Academy
of Design in 1835, and was Corresponding Secretary of the Academy,
1848-1852.

FRANKLIN SIMMONS (1839- ).

Sculptor, born in Webster, Me. During the close of the Civil War he was
at Washington, where the Cabinet members and army and navy officers sat
for life-size medallions.

FRANCIS SNYDERS (1579-1657).

A Flemish painter, born at Antwerp. He studied under Henry van Balen and
frequented the studio of Rubens. He resided in Antwerp.

SPAGNOLETTO, _see_ RIBERA, JOSÉ.

JUNIUS BRUTUS STEARNS (1810-1885).

Born in Arlington, Vt.; died in Brooklyn, N. Y. He studied at the
Academy of Design, New York City, and went to Europe in 1848, returning
in 1851. His work was mainly portraiture.

JAN STEEN (1626-1679).

Dutch painter, born at Leyden, and studied first under Nicholas Knufer
and later with John van Goyen, whose daughter he married. He lived a
dissipated life, and his pictures usually represented merrymakings and
frolics of the ale-house.

TOMMASO STEFANO (1324-1356).

The son and scholar of Stefano, Il Florentino. He adhered so closely to
Giotto, that he was called Il Giottino. He died at Florence at a young
age.

ANTHONY STEVERS (PALAMEDES) (1600-1673).

A Dutch painter, born at Delft. He was more frequently employed in
painting conversation pieces, card and musical parties.

WILLIAM O. STONE (1830-1875).

Born in Derby, Conn., and died in Newport, R. I. He studied with
Nathaniel Jocelyn at New Haven, and in 1851 removed to New York and
painted portraits almost entirely.

WILLIAM STRICKLAND (1787-1854).

Born in Philadelphia; died in Nashville, Tenn. He was an architect, and
in 1809 took up landscape painting. He also did considerable work as an
aquatint engraver.

GILBERT C. STUART (1755-1828).

Born at Narragansett; died in Boston, Mass. He was a pupil of Cosmo
Alexander, a Scotchman, with whom he went to Edinburgh. Later he became
a student under Benjamin West. In 1792 he returned to the United States
from his second visit abroad, and painted many portraits in the various
cities. An exhibition of his portraits, held in Boston in 1880, brought
together 754 of them and this was not a complete list.

EUSTACHE LE SUEUR (1616-1655).

Born at Paris; the son of an obscure sculptor, who placed him under the
tuition of Simon Vouet. Although he never visited Italy he emulated the
Roman School and was called the French Raphael.

THOMAS SULLY (1783-1872).

Born in England and died in Philadelphia. Came to the United States when
a boy and took up miniature painting with his brother, Laurence Sully.
Turning to portrait painting, he studied under Stuart and West and
settled in Philadelphia and was most successful in portraits of women.

JUSTUS SUSTERMANS (1597-1681).

Flemish painter, born at Antwerp. He first studied under William de Vos
and later with Francis Pourbus. He travelled through Germany to Italy
and at Florence was appointed painter to the Grand Duke Cosmo II.

TEMPESTA, _see_ MOLYN, PETER.

DAVID TENIERS, THE YOUNGER (1610-1694).

Born at Antwerp. He was the pupil of his father, but it seems was
also associated with Adrian Brower and Rubens. He acquired an immense
reputation, and died at Brussels.

GERARD TERBURG (1617-1681).

Dutch painter, born at Zwolle, who received his first instructions from
his father. He travelled through Germany, Italy and France, and upon
returning to Holland was one of the most popular painters of his time.

LUTHER TERRY (1813- ).

Born in Enfield, Conn. In 1838 he went to Italy to study and copied the
works of Raphael. He painted historical, portrait and genre compositions.

ALFRED WORDSWORTH THOMPSON (1840-1896).

Born in Baltimore, Md.; died at Summit, N. J. He studied in Paris under
Charles Gleyre and Albert Pasini. He travelled extensively and his
painting covered a wide range of subjects.

CEPHAS G. THOMPSON (1809-1888).

Born in Middleboro, Mass., and died in New York City. He received some
instruction from his father and began portrait painting in Plymouth,
Mass. After spending seven years in Rome he returned to America and
settled in New York City in 1860.

GIOVANNI BATTISTA TIEPOLO (1696-1749).

Born at Venice; he studied under Gregorio Lazzarini and later the works
of Gio. Battista Piazzetta and Paul Veronese. He acquired a great
reputation and executed many works for churches and public edifices. He
died at Madrid.

JOHN TILIUS.

Dutch painter, of the last half of the seventeenth century, born at
Bois-le-Duc. He painted portraits and conversations after the manner of
Gaspar Netscher.

TINTORETTO, _see_ ROBUSTI, JACOPO.

BENVENUTO TISIO (1481-1559).

Called Il Garofolo, from the place of his nativity. He ranked at the
head of the Ferrarese School. He was an universal painter, though he
devoted himself mostly to sacred history.

TITIAN (1477-1576).

The greatest painter of the Venetian School, whose name was Tiziano
Vecellio or Vercelli. He was descended of a noble family and born at
the castle of Cadore. At the age of ten he was placed under Sebastiano
Zuccati and later under Gentile and Giovanni Bellini.

DOMINICK VAN TOL.

A nephew and student of Gerard Douw and one of the most successful
imitators of his style and subjects. He was born between 1631 and 1642
at Bodegrave, and died at Amsterdam in 1676.

ROBERT TOURNIER (1668-1752).

A French painter, born at Caen, in Normandy. After studying under Lucas
de la Haye, he visited Paris and entered the School of Bon Boulogne.

BENJAMIN TROTT.

Born about 1740, and began painting miniatures about 1791. He
established himself at New York, removing to Philadelphia with Gilbert
Stuart. After a trip west he went to Charleston, S. C., then to Newark,
N. J., New York and Boston, reaching the latter place, probably his
native city, in 1833, after an absence of more than forty years.

JEAN FRANÇOIS DE TROY (1679-1752).

Son of François de Troy, born at Paris. He studied under his father,
and later went to Italy to study the works of the best masters. He was
appointed Director of the French Academy at Rome.

JOHN TRUMBULL (1756-1843).

Born in Lebanon, Conn.; died in New York City. Served in the
Revolutionary War and rose to the rank of Colonel. Studied under
Benjamin West, and painted portraits and historical subjects. He was
also in the diplomatic service of the United States. Most of his
pictures are in the art gallery of Yale College.

GEORGE W. TWIBILL (1806-1836).

Born in Lampeter, Pa.; died in New York City. He studied under Henry
Inman in 1828, and was elected an associate of the National Academy in
1832, and an academician the following year.

PAOLO MAZZOCCHI UCCELLO (1397-1475).

Born at Florence, and a disciple of Antonio Veneziano. He was one of the
first who cultivated perspective.

JOACHIM UYTENWAEL (1566-1624).

Dutch painter, born in Utrecht. He first painted on glass under the
instruction of his father, and then became the scholar of Joseph de Beer.

JUAN DE LEAL VALDEZ (1630-1691).

Spanish painter, born at Cordova, who studied in the school of Antonio
del Castillo. At Seville he became acquainted with Murillo and acquired
a great reputation.

E. VALLIN.

Was a scholar of Prudhomme.

JOHN VANDERLYN (1775-1852).

Born and died in Kingston, N. Y. He attended the drawing school of
Archibald Robertson, and later studied under Gilbert Stuart. He painted
portraits, and in 1796 went to France, where he remained some years. He
painted the portraits of many distinguished men, but died poor.

SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK (1599-1641).

Flemish painter, born at Antwerp. After receiving his first instructions
from his father, he studied under Henry van Balen and then entered the
school of Rubens, and became a great portrait painter.

CHARLES ANDRÉ VANLOO (1705-1765).

Born at Nice. He was first instructed by his brother, Jean Baptiste
Vanloo, with whom he went to Rome, and studied some time under Benedetto
Luti.

JACOB VANLOO (1614-1670).

A Dutch painter, born at Sluys, the son of John Vanloo, who first
instructed him. He went to Amsterdam and then to Paris, where he settled.

LUCAS VANUDEN (1595-1672).

Born at Antwerp, and learned the art of painting from his father and
his own studies of nature. He was employed by Rubens to paint the
backgrounds in his pictures, who in turn enriched Vanuden's landscapes
with historical figures.

LUCAS AND MARTIN VAN VALKENBURG.

These two brothers were painters of the Flemish school, who travelled
together and painted landscapes. They were born at Mechlin, the former
in 1530 and the latter in 1533.

DIEGO RODRIQUEZ DE SILVA Y VELASQUEZ (1599-1660).

Born at Seville. He was the most eminent painter of the Spanish school.
He first studied under Francesco Herera, and later entered the school of
Francisco Pacheco, whose daughter he married. He was a friend of Rubens
and Ribera, and painter to the King of Spain.

ADRIAN VAN DE VELDE (1636-1672).

Dutch painter, born at Amsterdam, and studied under John Wynants, one of
the ablest landscape painters of his time. He afterwards studied under
Philip Wouwermans.

WILLIAM VAN DE VELDE (1633-1707),

the Younger, was born at Amsterdam, and received his first instructions
from his father (a Dutch marine painter), and later studied with Simon
de Vlieger.

ABRAHAM VERBOOM.

A Dutch painter, of whom little is known except from his works. He
flourished about the middle of the seventeenth century and painted
landscapes.

CORNELIUS VER BRYCK (1813-1844).

Born in Yaugh Paugh, N. J.; died in Brooklyn, N. Y. He studied under
Samuel F. B. Morse, and in 1839 visited London, England. His health
failed in 1843 and he again went to Europe, but died the following year.

PETER VERELST.

A Dutch painter, born at Amsterdam, 1614. Imitated Rembrandt in his
portraits and Adrian Van Ostade in his genre pictures. Was living in
1665.

SIMON VERELST (1640-1710).

A Flemish painter, son of Pieter Verelst, born at Antwerp, whose
instructor is unknown. He painted flowers and fruit most exquisitely.
Died in London.

CLAUDE JOSEPH VERNET (1714-1789).

French marine and landscape painter, born at Avignon. He first studied
under Adrian Manglard and later with Bernardino Fergioni. He lived in
Italy twenty years.

HORACE VERNET (1789-1863).

Born at Paris in the Louvre, and received his chief instructions
from his father, Antoine C. H. Vernet. He lived in Italy five years,
returning to Paris in 1835.

VERONESE, PAUL, _see_ CALIARI, PAOLO.

DANIEL VERTANGEN (1598- ).

Dutch painter, born at The Hague; studied under Cornelius Poelemburg,
whose style he imitated.

JAN VICTOR (1620-1672),

or Fictoor. A Dutch painter who painted subjects taken from the Old
Testament, after the style of Rembrandt, in whose school he was educated.

LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452-1519).

An eminent painter and sculptor, the son of Pietro da Vinci, notary to
the Florence Republic. He became the student of Andrea Verocchio, whom
he soon surpassed. He visited Milan, Venice and Rome, and in 1516 he
went to France at the invitation of Francis I. and spent the last three
years of his life there.

JOSEPH VOLLMERING (1810-1887).

Born in Anholt, Westphalia, and died in New York City. He first studied
in the Academy of Amsterdam and later under Barend Cornelis Koek-Koek.
In 1847 he removed to the United States and opened a studio in New York.

ARY DE VOYS (1641-1698).

Dutch painter, born at Leyden. He first studied under Nicholas Knufer
and then with Abraham vander Tempel, but adopted the style of Peter van
Slingelandt, with whom he was intimate.

JOHN RENIER DE VRIES.

A landscape painter who followed the style of Jacob Ruysdael. He
flourished in the latter part of the seventeenth century.

FERDINAND G. WALDMULLER (1793-1865).

Born at Vienna, he studied under Lampi and Maurer. Was Curator to the
Lamberg Gallery in the Academy at Vienna, where he died.

SAMUEL L. WALDO (1783-1861).

Born in Windham, Conn.; died in New York City. In 1806 he went to London
and returned in 1809, settling in New York City. William Jewett came to
him for instruction and proved so useful that a partnership was formed
and they jointly executed several works and became successful portrait
painters.

WILLIAM A. WALL (1801-1885).

Born and died in New Bedford, Mass., and was apprenticed to a clock and
watch-maker. After serving his apprenticeship he studied painting under
Thomas Sully and visited England, France and Italy for improvement in
1831, returning to New Bedford in 1833, where he spent most of his life
thereafter.

WILLIAM G. WALL (1792- ).

Born in Dublin, and came to New York in 1818, where he began his career
as an artist, painting landscapes in oil and water color, the Hudson
River Views being the first he made for publication.

ANTHONY WATERLOO (1610-1679).

Dutch painter and engraver, born at Lillie, of whose early history
little is known. He spent most of his life in Utrecht, and became an
excellent landscape painter.

ANTOINE WATTEAU (1684-1721).

French painter, born at Valenciennes. At Paris he gained the friendship
of Claude Gillot, whom he surpassed. His subjects are usually comic
conversations, musical parties, balls, etc.

SAMUEL B. WAUGH.

Was a Philadelphia portrait painter and his wife Eliza a miniature
painter. He began his career there about 1843.

JOHN BAPTIST WEENIX (1621-1660).

Dutch painter, born at Amsterdam, the son of John Weenix, an architect.
He studied first with John Micker and later with Abraham Bloemaert, then
for two years with Nicholas Moyaert. He possessed extraordinary and
varied talents.

ROBERT W. WEIR (1803-1889).

Born in New Rochelle, N. Y., and studied under John Wesley Jarvis. After
painting for several years, he went to Florence in 1824 and then to
Rome. He was professor of drawing at the U. S. Military Academy at West
Point, which post he held for forty-two years.

ADRIAN VANDER WERF (1659-1722).

Dutch painter, born near Rotterdam. He first studied under Cornelius
Picolett, and then with Eglon vander Neer. He resided at Rotterdam and
visited Düsseldorf, where the honor of knighthood was conferred upon him.

BENJAMIN WEST (1738-1820).

Born near Springfield, Chester Co., Pa.; died in London, England.
He received some instruction from William Williams, a painter in
Philadelphia, and established himself there in 1756 as a portrait
painter. He came to New York and in 1760 visited Italy and from there
went to London, where he remained. He succeeded Sir Joshua Reynolds in
1792 as president of the Royal Academy.

WILLIAM E. WEST (1788-1857).

Born in Lexington, Ky., and died in Nashville, Tenn. He was a pupil of
Thomas Sully, and in 1819 went to Europe, where he remained until 1839.
Upon his return he lived in Baltimore, New York and Nashville.

EDWIN WHITE (1817-1877).

Born in South Hadley, Mass.; died in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. He went
abroad in 1850 and again in 1869 to study. Returning to the United
States in 1875, he opened a studio in New York.

JOHN WILDENS (1580-1653).

Flemish painter, born at Antwerp. Pupil of Pieter Verhulst. He designed
after nature and was employed by Rubens to paint the landscapes in his
backgrounds.

ADAM WILLAERTS (1577- ).

Flemish painter, born in Antwerp. His subjects were marines, coast
scenes and seaports. He went to Utrecht in 1600, where he died.

JOSEPH WILTON (1722-1803).

Sculptor, born in London, the son of a plasterer. He studied in Brabant
under Laurent Delvaux. At the age of twenty-two he entered the school
of Pigalle in Paris and learned the art of working in marble. At Rome
he achieved great success and upon his return to England was appointed
State Coach Carver to the King. He acquired a large fortune.

MATTHEW WITHOOS (1627-1703).

Dutch painter, born at Amersfort, and studied under Jacob van Campen. He
went to Italy with Otho Marcellis and applied himself to the same branch
as that artist in painting flowers, plants, insects, reptiles, etc. He
died at Hoorn, Holland.

EMANUEL DE WITT (1607-1692).

Flemish painter, born at Alkmaer. Studied under Evert van Aelst, but did
not adopt his style. His best pictures represent interiors of churches,
temples and edifices.

RICHARD C. WOODVILLE (1825-1855).

Born in Baltimore, Md. He studied in Düsseldorf, and from there sent
pictures to the American Art Union. He visited Europe twice and died on
his second trip while in London, England.

PHILIP WOUWERMANS (1614-1668).

Dutch landscape painter, born at Haerlem. He first studied with his
father and then under John Wynants. He was one of the most masterly
landscape painters that ever lived.

JOSEPH WRIGHT (1734-1797).

An English painter, born at Derby. Studied under Thomas Hudson and
devoted himself chiefly to portrait painting.

JOHN WYNANTS (1600-1677).

Dutch landscape painter, born at Haerlem. His instructor is not known.
He established an academy and among his students was Philip Wouwermans.
Little is known of his personal history, and the dates of birth and
death above are only approximate.

BERNARDO ZENALE (1436-1526).

An Italian painter, born at Trevilio. He was a disciple of Foppa and
friend of Leonardo da Vinci. He excelled particularly in perspective.

FEDERIGO ZUCCARO (1543-1609).

Born at St. Angiolo, in Vado. He went to Rome and entered the school
of his brother, Taddeo. After his brother's death he became the first
artist in Rome.

FRANCESCO ZUCCO ( -1627).

Born at Bergamo. He first studied in the school of Campi, and then under
Pietro Moroni. The date of his birth is not given.


INDEXES



INDEX OF PORTRAITS


     Abbott, Henry, by Hicks, 180

     Adams, John, by Durand, 6

     Adams, John, by Stuart, B-304

     Adams, John Quincy, by Durand, 7

     Adams, John Quincy, by Marchant, 131

     Allen, James H., 306

     Allen, Theodore, 206

     Alsop, John, 430

     Alstyne, John, by Elliott, 284

     Anderson, Alexander, M.D., D-173

     Anderson, Julia M., by Anderson, 471

     Aretino, Pietro, by Chapman, 70

     Ashburton, Lord, by Healy, 282

     Axtell, Mrs. William, 404


     Bainbridge, John, M.D., by Lely, D-54

     Bainbridge, William, by Peale, B-311

     Baring, Alexander, by Healy, 282

     Bayard, Anna Maria, 312

     Bayard, Rev. Lazare, 486

     Bayard, Mrs. Lazare, 487

     Bayard, Samuel, 488

     Bayard, Mrs. Samuel, 488

     Bayley, Richard, M.D., by Lazarus, 193

     Beecher, Rev. Henry Ward, 483

     Beekman, Cornelia, 329

     Beekman, James W., by Satterlee, 362

     Bement, Edward, 439

     Benedict, Erastus C., by Powell, 249

     Benson, Egbert, by Jarvis, 81

     Benson, Egbert, by Stuart, 82

     Benson, Henry, by Vanderlyn, 273

     Benson, Robert, by Trumbull, 272

     Bethune, Rev. George W., by Peale, 205

     Bloodgood, Matthais, 425

     Bloodgood, Mrs. Matthais, 426

     Bordley, John B., by Peale, B-300

     Bouck, William C., by Elliott, D-179

     Bradish, Luther, by Hicks, 141

     Brasher, Elizabeth, by Ramage, 108

     Breese, Samuel L., by Huntington, 291

     Bruce, George, by Huntington, 390

     Bryan, Guy, by Sully, B-286

     Bryan, Thomas J., by Stone, 198

     Bryant, Julia S., 456

     Bryant, Peter, M.D., 451

     Bryant, Mrs. Peter, 452

     Bryant, William C., by Gray, 187

     Bryant, William C. (cameo), 453

     Bryant, William C., 454

     Bryant, Mrs. William C., 455

     Burr, Aaron, by Vanderlyn, 160

     Burr, Emma Louisa, 469

     Burr, Henry, 470

     Burr, Henry A., 467

     Burr, Mrs. Henry A., 468


     Cabot, Sebastian, by Thompson, 129

     Campbell, Thomas, by Osgood, 149

     Carey, Alice, by Osgood, 148

     Carlisle, Earl of, by Huntington, 142

     Carlota, Empress of Mexico, 289

     Carpenter, George, 396

     Carpenter, Maria, 397

     Casilear, J. W., by Durand, 369

     Champlin, Mrs. Christopher, 298

     Charles I, by Van Dyck, B-113

     Choiseul, Duc de, by Greuze, B-262

     Cinq Mars, by Velasquez, 226

     Clay, Henry, by Osgood, 252

     Clinton, DeWitt, by Jarvis, 138

     Clinton, DeWitt, by Ingham, 139

     Clinton, Gov. George, by Ames, 155

     Colden, Cadwallader D., by Jarvis, B-316

     Colles, Christopher, by Jarvis, 89

     Columbus, Christopher, 113

     Columbus, Christopher, after Parmigiano, 174

     Combes, Charles U., by Cronin, 480

     Cooper, Rev. Myles, 122

     Copley, John Singleton, by himself, B-285

     Copley, Sir John S., by Osgood, 134

     Corn Plant, Seneca Chief, by Bartoli, B-314

     Cortes, Hernando, 111

     Crolius, Clarkson, by Ames, 188

     Crolius, Mrs. Clarkson, by Wallace, 189

     Cumming, Rev. Hooper, by Inman, 309

     Cumming, Mrs. Hooper, by Peale, 310

     Cumming, Mary, 304


     Dallas, Alexander J., by Jarvis, 97

     Daly, Charles P., by Page, 262

     Darlington, William, M.D., by Eichholz, 479

     Davis, Matthew L., D-165

     De Bije, Margerethea, by Netscher, B-343

     Decatur, Stephen, by Peale, B-309

     Delavan, Capt. Daniel, by Trumbull, 301

     DePeyster, Abraham, by DePeyster, 403

     DePeyster, Catherine A., 419

     DePeyster, Elizabeth Van R., 418

     DePeyster family portraits, 399-401

     DePeyster, Frederic, by Gerhard, 227

     DePeyster, Col. James, by DePeyster, 402

     DePeyster, John, by Peale, 296

     DePeyster, Mrs. John, by Peale, 297

     DePeyster, John Watts, by Jacquin, 422

     DePeyster, William Axtell, 407, 408

     DePeyster, Mrs. William Axtell, 409, 410

     DeVos, Judith, 487

     DeWitt, Rev. Thomas, by Cogswell, 157

     DeWitt, Rev. Thomas, by Waugh, 158

     Dexter, Henry, by Whipple, 360

     Dexter, Orrando Perry, by Whipple, 361

     Dix, John A., by Huntington, 260

     Dongan family, members of, 263, 264

     Doria, Madalena, B-328

     Doria, Orelia, B-327

     Douw, Gerard, in his atelier, by himself, B-114

     Duchesnois, by Poussin, B-226

     Durand, Asher B., by himself, 372

     Durand, Asher B., by Jewett, 343

     Durand, Asher B., by Trumbull, D-168

     Durand, Mrs. John, by Durand, 378

     Durand, Miss, by Durand, 377


     Eastlake, Sir Charles L., by Huntington, 60

     Engs, Philip W., 344

     Everett, Alexander H., by Blanchard, 137


     Field, Benjamin H., by Huntington, 277

     Fish, Hamilton, by Heaton, D-181

     Fish, Nicholas, by Shegogue, 76

     Fish, Preserved, 321

     Florence, Princess of, by Bronzino, B-52

     France, Marshal of, by Rigaud, B-244

     Francis, John W., M.D., by Elliott, 185

     Francis, John W., M.D., by Bogle, 186

     Franklin, Benjamin, by Duplessis, D-166

     Frederick I, Emperor of Germany, by Cranach, D-114


     Gallatin, Albert, by Powell, 130

     Gates, Mrs. Horatio, 449

     Gelston, David, by Jarvis, 314

     Gevartius, by Trumbull, 68

     Giles, John S., by Stearns, 364

     Gilliland, William, by Earle, 457

     Golden Fleece, Knight of the Order of, by Rubens, B-160

     Graham, Com. John H., by Powell, 461

     Graham, Mrs. John H., by Powell, 462

     Grim, David, by Waldo, 334

     Griswold, Rufus W., by Elliot, 86

     Grosvenor, Seth, by Taggart, 176


     Hall, Francis A., 395

     Hall, John B., by Inman, 393

     Hall, Mrs. John B., by Inman, 394

     Halleck, Fitz-Greene, by Inman, 201

     Halleck, Fitz-Greene, by Inman, 216

     Halleck, Fitz-Greene, by Taggart, 143

     Halleck, Fitz-Greene, by Twibill, 200

     Hamilton, Alexander, by Peale, 103

     Hamilton, Alexander, by Sharpless, 104

     Hamilton, Alexander, B-305

     Hamilton, Mrs. Alexander, by Johnson, D-174

     Handy, William, M.D., by Savage, B-313

     Haring, Elizabeth, by Peale, 297

     Hawley, Jesse, by Ames, 126

     Hawley, Jesse, by Gilbert, 127

     Heathcote, Caleb, D-180

     Henri IV, by Porbus, B-148

     Hewitt, Mary E., by Osgood, 144

     Hildreth, Richard, by Pratt, 269

     Hoffman, Charles F., by Thompson, 172

     Hoffman, Rev. Eugene A., by See, 330

     Hoffman, Matilda, 438

     Hoffman, Samuel V., by Beckwith, 331

     Hoffman, Samuel V., by Schmidt, 332

     Holley, Myron, 292

     Holmes, Eldad, 320

     Hosack, David, M.D., by Heaton, 458

     Huntington, General E., by Trumbull, 73

     Huntington, Jedediah V., by Huntington, 466


     Indians, Osage Warriors, etc., by St. Memin, 164-171

     Infanta Margarita of Spain, by Velasquez, B-209

     Irvine, General William, by Lambdin, 196


     Jackson, Andrew, by Durand, 11

     Jaques, John D., M.D., by Inman, 363

     Jay, Mrs. Augustus, 312

     Jay, John, by Wright, 119

     Jay, John, by Lay, 120

     Jay, Peter A., by Saltza, 357

     Jee, Harriet, by Peale, 310

     Jefferson, Thomas, by Durand, 9

     Jefferson, Thomas, 125

     Jefferson, Thomas, by Peale, B-306

     Johnson, William, by Jarvis, 204

     Johnson, Sir William, 311

     Jones, Jacob, by Peale, B-310

     Jones, John, M.D., by Folwell, 116

     Jones, John Divine, by Huntington, 420


     Kane, Elisha Kent, by Hicks, 159

     Kelby, William, by Hinckley, 324

     Keteltas, Eugene, by Stone, 319

     Keteltas, Henry, by Cotton, 325

     Kent, James, by Morse, 90

     King, John Alsop, by Hinckley, 290

     King, John A., by Trumbull, 431

     Ki-on-twog-ky, see Corn Plant

     Kip, Solomon, D-177

     Kirton, Anne, 287

     Knickerbacker, Herman, 300

     Knickerbacker, Col. Johannes, 299

     Kunze, Rev. John C., by Jarvis, 121


     Lafayette, by Ingham, 65

     Lafayette, 117

     Lamb, Martha J., 294

     Lawrance, John, 308

     Lawrance, John, 427, 428

     Lawrance, John, by Trumbull, 274

     Leavitt, David, by Flagg, 392

     Lewis, Estelle A., by Elliott, 250

     Lewis, Morgan, by Curran, 448

     L'Hommedieu, Ezra, by Earle, 248

     Lincoln family, by Carpenter, 423

     Livingston, John, 405

     Livingston, Mrs. John, 406

     Livingston, Peter R., by Powell, 326

     Livingston, Robert R., by Vanderlyn, 255

     Louis XVII, Dauphin (School of Greuze), B-252

     Lyndhurst, Lord, by Osgood, 134


     McKnight, Mary DePeyster, 417

     Macomb, Mrs. Alexander N., by Trott, 305

     Macready, as William Tell, by Cummings, 80

     McWhorter, Rev. Alexander, 303

     McWhorter, Mrs. Alexander, 304

     McWhorter, Ann, 307

     McWhorter, Julia Anna, by Trott, 305

     Madison, James, 208

     Madison, James, by Durand, 10

     Madison, James, by Durand, 207

     Madison, Mrs. James, by Peale, B-308

     Magalhaens, Fernando, 114

     Maximilian I, 288

     Meerman, Mrs. François, by Netscher, B-343

     Mills, Zophar, by Carpenter, 333

     Mitchell, Samuel L., M.D., by Sharpless, 105

     Monroe, James, 232

     Monroe, James, by Durand, 8

     Montespan, Madame de, by Netscher, B-141

     Morris, George P., by Elliott, 323

     Morris, Gouverneur, by Ames, 118

     Morris, Lewis, 133

     Morris, Robert, by Jarvis, 115

     Morse, Samuel F. B., D-172

     Mount, William S., by Carpenter, D-169


     Napoleon at Charleroi, by Vernet, B-268

     Nicholson, James, 302

     Nims, Jeremiah, by himself, 100

     Norton, Caroline E. S., by Osgood, 278


     Ogden, General Aaron, by Durand, 257

     Ogilvie, Mrs. George, 307

     Orleans, Duke of, by Vernet, B-269

     Osgood, Frances S., by Osgood, 147

     Ostade, Mrs. Adrian van, and child, by Ostade, B-144


     Paré, Dr. Ambroise, by Porbus, B-254

     Parisot, Jean, B-315

     Payne, John, by Wainewright, 268

     Payne, Thomas, by Van der Puyl, 267

     Peale, Charles Wilson, by West, B-293

     Perry, Oliver H., by Peale, B-312

     Peru, Incas of, 233-246

     Philip IV of Spain, B-73

     Philip IV of Spain, as David with Goliath's Head, by
     Velasquez, B-207

     Phillips, Elizabeth, 449

     Pierce, Franklin, 472

     Pintard, John, 109

     Pintard, John, by Ramage, 107

     Pintard, John, by Trumbull, 106

     Pintard, Mrs. John, by Ramage, 108

     Pleasants, John H., 283

     Poe, Edgar Allan, by Osgood, 146

     Priestley, Dr. Joseph, by Peale, B-307

     Provoost, Rev. Samuel, by Duché, 123


     Randolph, John, by Jarvis, 154

     Red Jacket, by Weir, 295

     Reed, General Joseph, by Hagen, 95

     Reed, Luman, by Durand, 56

     Rembrandt, Paul, by Chapman, 69

     Remsen, Peter, by Waldo, 181

     Riker, James, by Kosa, D-176

     Rivington, James, 153

     Rochechouart, Cardinal de, by Battoni, B-249

     Rodgers, Rev. John, 251

     Rossiter, Bryan, by Trumbull, 192

     Rotterdam, Burgomaster of, and family, by Cuyp, B-106

     Roy, Rammohun, by Peale, 156

     Rutgers, Henry, by Inman, 175


     Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, see Red Jacket

     St. Catherine, by Rubens, B-158

     St. John, weeping, by da Vinci, B-24

     St. John the Baptist, by Velasquez, D-5

     Santa Aña, Antonio L., by L'Ouvrier, 259

     Savonarola, Jerome, by Bartolomeo, D-19

     Schalcken, Godfrey, by himself, B-346

     Schell, Augustus, by Johnson, 275

     Schuyler, Catalina, 136

     Schuyler, Philip, 135

     Seymour, Daniel, by Cummings, 87

     Shaler, William, 247

     Sherman, Benjamin B., by Gerhard, 473

     Smith, Edwin, by Anelli, 322

     Smith, Elihu H., by Sharpless, 128

     Smith, William, by Stubble, 124

     Spain, Queen of (Spanish School), B-217

     Spencer, Ambrose, by Jarvis, 211

     Stanford, Rev. John, by Jarvis, 191

     Stanton, Daniel, by Elliott, 183

     Steenwyck, Cornelius, 265

     Steenwyck, Cornelius, by Van Goosen, 266

     Stevens, Gen. Ebenezer, 484

     Stone, William L., by Marchant, 197

     Strong, Roger, by Vanderlyn, 271

     Stuart, Gilbert C., by Dickinson, 96

     Stuart, Gilbert C., by Peale, B-302

     Stuyvesant, Anna, 488

     Stuyvesant, Gerardus, 350

     Stuyvesant, Nicholas W., (1648-1698), 349

     Stuyvesant, Nicholas W., (1722-1780), 351

     Stuyvesant, Nicholas W., (1769-1833), 353

     Stuyvesant, Gov. Peter, 347, 348

     Stuyvesant, Peter, (1796-1860), 354

     Stuyvesant, Petrus, (1727-1805) by Stuart, 352

     Sutter, Capt. John A., by Osgood, 145

     Swabey, Dr. Maurice, by Trumbull, 74


     Taylor, Col. Zachary, 293

     Ten Broeck, Henry, by Paradise, 285

     Tilghman, William, by Peale, B-317

     Tompkins, Gov. Daniel D., by Jarvis, 94

     Trist, Nicholas P., by Pratt, 270


     Vaché, Jean Lazare, 463

     Vaché, John B., 465

     Vaché, Maria A., 464

     Van Berckel, Pieter J., by Peale, B-301

     Van Cortlandt, Gen. Pierre, by Collins, D-178

     Van Cortlandt, Stephen, 411

     Van Cortlandt, Mrs. Stephen, 412

     Van Dam, Rip, 178

     Van Dam, Mrs. Rip, 179

     Van der Meulen, Lucretia, by Van Ravesteyn, D-82

     Vanderspiegle, Sarah, 179

     Van Ness, William W., by Jarvis, 210

     Van Polanen, Roger G., by Frothingham, 199

     Van Schaack, Peter, 132

     Verplanck, Gulian C., by Ingham, 258

     Vespucius, Americus, 112

     Vespucius, Americus, after Parmigiano, 173


     Waddell, Capt. John, 286

     Waddell, Mrs. John, 287

     Walton, William, 327, 328

     Walton, Mrs. William, 329

     Warner, Colonel Andrew, by Baker, 256

     Washington, George, by Durand, 32

     Washington, George, by Grimaldi, 437

     Washington, George, by Peale, 459

     Washington, George, by Peale, B-299

     Washington, George, by Stuart, B-303

     Washington, Martha, by Durand, 38

     Washington, Martha, by Peale, 460

     Watts, John, by Bolles, 190

     Wayne, General Anthony, 177

     Webster, Daniel, by Healy, 281

     West, Benjamin, by Delanoy, 415

     Wetmore, Prosper M., by Elliott, 184

     William, Prince of Orange, by Terburg, B-182

     Willis, N. P., by Wall, 102

     Wright, Harriet, by Peale, 310

     Wright, Sophie, by Peale, 310



INDEX TO SCULPTURE


     Adams, John Quincy, 1

     Adams, John Quincy, by Greenough, 2

     Allston, Washington, by Brackett, 3


     Baird, Rev. Charles W., by Decomps, 4

     Barker, Fordyce, M.D., by Verhaegen, 5

     Barlow, Joel, by Houdon, 6

     Bolivar, Simon, by Tener, 7

     Brownell, Rev. Thomas C., by Ives, 8

     Bryant, William C., by Brown, 9


     Chilton, Dr. James R., by Ellis, 10

     Clay, Henry, by Clevenger, 11

     Clinton, DeWitt, 12

     Clinton, George, by Ceracchi, 13

     Columbus, Christopher, by Gott, 14


     DePeyster, Frederic, by Bissell, 15

     DePeyster, John Watts, by Bissell, 16

     Durr, Louis, by Baerer, 17


     Everett, Edward, by Clevenger, 18


     Field, Hickson W., 19

     Fox, Charles J., 20

     Francis, John W., M.D., 21

     Franklin, Benjamin, by Houdon, 22

     Fulton, Robert, by Houdon, 23


     Hamilton, Alexander, by Dixey, 24

     Harrison, William H., by Clevenger, 25

     Havemeyer, William F., by Griffin, 26

     Hawks, Rev. Francis L., by Richards, 27, 28, 29

     Hawthorne, Nathaniel, by Kuntze, 30

     Heywood, Joseph C., by Manley, 31

     Hone, Philip, by Browere, 32

     Hone, Philip, by Clevenger, 33

     Hosack, David, by Browere, 34

     Hume, Joseph, by Bonomi, 35


     Irving, Washington, by Palmer, 36


     Jay, John, by Ceracchi, 37

     Jay, Peter A., by Launitz, 38

     Jefferson, Thomas, by Houdon, 39


     Kane, Elisha Kent, by Reniers, 40

     Kent, James, by Clevenger, 41

     King, John A., 42

     Kosciuszko, Thaddeus, by Eggenschwiler, 43


     Lamartine, Alphonse, by Adam-Salomon, 44

     Lawrence, William B., by Dunbar, 45

     Lincoln, Abraham, by Jones, 46


     Macgowan, D. J., by Mills, 47

     Marshall, John, 48


     Nelson, Lord, 49


     Osgood, Rev. Samuel, 50


     Paine, Thomas, by Jarvis, 51

     Parish, Daniel, Jr., 52

     Pitt, William, 53

     Pitt, William, by Wilton, 54

     Prescott, William H., by Ball, 55


     Scott, Sir Walter, 56

     Seward, William H., 57

     Shakespeare, William, 58

     Silliman, Benjamin, by Ives, 59


     Washington, George, by Houdon, 60

     Washington, George, by Jones, 61

     Watts, John, by Coffee, 62

     Webster, Daniel, by Clevenger, 63

     Webster, Daniel, by Ball, 64

     West, Benjamin, by Chantrey, 65

     White, Joseph M., by Greenough, 66

     Williamson, Hugh, M.D., by Coffee, 67

     Wolcott, Oliver, by Clevenger, 68

     Wood, James R., M.D., 69



INDEX OF ARTISTS


     Adam-Salomon, A. S., _Sc._ 44

     Aelst, William van, 15

     Ahlborn, Lea, _Sc._ 52

     Albano, Francesco, D-21

     Allegri, Antonio (da Correggio), 54, B-47, B-48, B-321, D-18,
     see page 100

     Ames, Ezra, 118, 126, 155, 188

     Anderson, Alex., 471

     Anelli, Francisco, 322

     Artois, Jacobus van, B-78

     Asselyn, Jan, B-79, B-80

     Audubon, J. J., 421

     Avercamp., Hendrik van, B-368


     Baan, John de, D-84

     Backhuysen, Ludolf, B-81, B-82, B-83, D-70, D-122

     Baerer, Henry, _Sc._ 17

     Baker, George A., 256

     Baker, Mary L., 261

     Ball, Thomas, _Sc._ 55, 64

     Barbarelli, Giorgio (Giorgione), B-30, B-31, B-32

     Barbièrs, Peter, D-155

     Bartoli, F., B-314

     Bartolomeo, Fra, B-29, B-331, D-17, D-19

     Bassano, see Ponte

     Battem, Gerard van, D-88

     Battoni, Pompeo, B-249, B-250

     Beaujolais, Count, B-294

     Beckwith, J. Carroll, 331

     Beerestraten, Jan, B-84

     Bega, Cornelius, B-85

     Bellangé, Joseph L. H., B-270

     Benzoni, G. M., _Sc._ 70

     Bergen, Theodore van, B-86

     Berghem, Nicholas, B-87, B-88, B-89, D-128

     Berretini, Pietro (da Cortona), B-357

     Bierstadt, Albert, 424, 440

     Birch, Thomas, 13, 391

     Bissell, George E., _Sc._ 15, 16

     Blanchard, Washington, 137

     Bloemaert, A., D-71

     Bloemen, John Francis van, D-118

     Bloemen, Petrus van, B-90, B-91, B-92

     Bogle, James, 186

     Boll, Ferdinand, 150

     Bolles, John W., 190

     Bonomi, Joseph, _Sc._ 35

     Both, Andreas, D-57, D-58

     Both, Jan, B-93, B-94, B-95, B-96

     Botticelli, B-21

     Boucher, François, B-276, B-277

     Bourdon, Sebastian, B-337

     Bout, Peter, D-53

     Brackett, E. A., _Sc._ 2

     Bradford, William, D-167

     Brakenburg, Renier, B-97, B-342, B-351, B-352

     Bramer, Leonard, B-98, B-350, D-142, see page 100

     Brea, Ludovico, B-40

     Brekelenkam, Quirinus, D-96

     Bronzino, Agnolo, B-51, B-52

     Brower, Adrian, B-99, B-100, D-121

     Browere, John H. I., _Sc._ 32, 34

     Brown, D., 225

     Brown, George L., B-288

     Brown, Henry K., _Sc._ 9, 74, 75

     Brueghel, John, D-111

     Brun, Charles le, B-237, D-28, D-33

     Bruner, Carl, 163

     Buffalmacco, B., B-14, B-15

     Buytenweg, William de, B-336

     Byzantine School, B-1, B-2


     Caliari, Paolo (Paul Veronese), B-39., D-16

     Calyo, N., 444

     Canal, Antonio (Canaletto), B-71

     Caracci, Annibale, 37, 101, B-55, B-56, D-15, D-22

     Carpenter, Frank B., 333, 423, D-169

     Carrenno de Miranda, Juan, 222

     Casilear, John W., 387

     Castagno, Andrea del, B-19

     Castell, A., 313

     Ceracchi, Giuseppe, _Sc._ 13, 37

     Cesari, Giuseppe (d'Arpino), B-54

     Champagne, Philip de, B-101, B-102, D-50, D-51

     Chantrey, Francis, _Sc._ 65

     Chapman, John G., 69, 70

     Chardin, J. B. S., B-251, B-349, B-353

     Cimabue, Gio, B-4

     Clevenger, Shobal V., _Sc._ 11, 18, 25, 33, 41, 63, 68

     Coene, Jean Henri de, B-283

     Coffee, Thomas, _Sc._ 62

     Coffee, William I., _Sc._ 67

     Cogswell, William, 157

     Cole, Thomas, 1-5, 19, 31, 42, 44, 46, 62, 342, 388

     Collins, William, D-178

     Copley, John Singleton, B-285

     Coques, Gonzales de, B-104, B-320

     Cornelius, Barend, D-52

     Correggio, see Allegri

     Cotton, Marietta, 325

     Courtois, Jacques, B-238, B-239

     Coustou, Nicolas, _Sc._ 71

     Cranach, Lucas, B-196, B-197, D-114

     Cranch, C. P., 58

     Crawford, Thomas, _Sc._ 72

     Cummings, Thomas S., 80, 87

     Cronin, David E., 480-482

     Curran, Charles C., 448

     Cuyp, Albert, B-105, B-347, D-90., D-129, D-157

     Cuyp, Jacob G., B-106


     Decomps, S., _Sc._ 4

     Delanoy, A., 415

     Dello, Antonio, B-20

     Denner, Balthazar, B-198, D-55, D-56, see page 100

     DePeyster, G. B., 402, 403

     Descamps, Jean Baptiste, B-271, B-272, B-273

     Dickinson, Anson, 96

     Dietrich, Christian W. E., B-109, B-110

     Dixey, John, _Sc._ 24

     Does, Simon van der, D-113

     Dolci, Carlo, B-60, B-61, B-62, B-63

     Domenichino, see Zampieri

     Doncker, John, D-115

     Douw, Gerard, 215, B-114

     Dubois, Guilliam, B-107

     Duché, Thomas S., 123

     Dunbar, F. A. T., _Sc._ 45

     Dunlap, William, 152

     Duplessis, Joseph S., D-166

     Durand, A. B., 6-11, 26, 28, 32, 38,49, 56, 75, 207, 257,
     335-341, 365-386, D-159-D-162

     Dürer, Albrecht, B-199, B-200, D-41, D-42

     Dutch School, 45, 346, B-358, D-39, D-99

     Dyckmans, Joseph L., B-284


     Earle, James, 248

     Earle, Ralph, 457

     Eeckhout, Gerbrandt vanden, B-115, D-139

     Edmonds, Francis W., 71

     Eggenschwiler, _Sc._ 43

     Elliott, Charles L., 86, 143, 183-185, 250, 284, 323, D-179

     Ellis, S., _Sc._ 10

     Escalante, Juan Antonio, D-3, D-4

     Evrard, Adele, 83

     Eyck, Jan van, B-116


     Ferrari, Gaudenzio, B-28

     Fialetti, Odvardo, B-35

     Flagg, George W., 12, 16, 20-22, 27, 30, 33, 34, 36, 41, 48, 77

     Flagg, Jared B., 392

     Flamen, Albert, D-119

     Flemish School, 39, B-195

     Florentine School, B-43, B-44

     Folwell, Samuel, 116

     Fosse, Charles de la, B-240

     Fouquières, Jacques, B-117

     France, Leonard de, D-131

     Francken, Francis, D-66

     Franz, Fritz, D-152

     Freminet, Martin, B-221

     French School, B-218, B-219, B-220

     Freudenberger, Sigmund, B-381

     Frothingham, James, 199

     Fyt, John, 40


     Gaal, Barent, B-193

     Gaddi, Taddeo, B-8, B-9

     Gainsborough, Thomas, 228, B-369

     Garofalo, see Tisio

     Geel, John van, D-124

     Gelder, Nicholas van, 212, 213

     Gentileschi, see Lomi

     Gerhard, George, 227, 473

     Gericault, Jean, L. T. A., 161

     German School, 18, D-80

     Gignoux, Regis, 91

     Gilbert, Grove S., 127

     Giorgione, see Barbarelli

     Giottino, see Stefani

     Giotto de Bondone, B-5

     Glauber, Jan, B-118

     Goltzius, Henry, B-374

     Goltzius, Hubert, 25

     Goosen, Jan van, 266

     Gott, John, _Sc._ 14

     Goyen, John van, B-119

     Gray, Henry Peters, 187

     Greenough, Horatio, _Sc._ 1, 66

     Greuze, Jean Baptiste, B-252, B-260, B-261, B-262, B-263,
     B-264, B-265, B-324

     Griff, Anthony, B-120

     Griffin, Julia, _Sc._ 26

     Grimaldi, William, 437

     Gudin, T., 441

     Guido, see Reni

     Guido of Sienna, B-3

     Guy, Francis, D-175


     Hackaert, Jan, B-348

     Hagelstein, D., D-67

     Hagen, John C., 95

     Hals, Francis, B-361

     Healy, George P. A., 281, 282

     Heaton, Augustus G., 458, D-181

     Helmont, Matthew van, B-367, D-143

     Helst, Bartholomew van der, B-329

     Hemskerk, Egbert van, B-356, D-95

     Hemskerk, Martin van Veen, D-44

     Herp, Guilliam van, D-46, D-47, D-48

     Heyden, Jan van der, B-123, D-137

     Hicks, Thomas, 141, 159, 180

     Hill, J. W., 398

     Hill, Thomas, 316

     Hinckley, Robert, 290, 324

     Hobbema, Minderhout, B-124, B-339, D-89

     Hogarth, William, B-289, B-290

     Holbein, Hans, B-201, B-202

     Honthorst, Gerard, D-81, D-83

     Hooghe, Peter de, see page 100

     Horremans, John, D-116, D-117

     Houdon, Jean Antoine, _Sc._ 6, 22, 23, 39, 60

     Hove, H. van, D-148

     Hughes, Ball, _Sc._ 62

     Hugtenburg, Jan van, D-69

     Huntington, Daniel, 60, 142, 182, 260, 277, 291, 390, 420, 466

     Huysmans, Cornelius, B-125, B-338


     Ingham, Charles C., 64, 65, 139, 258

     Inman, Henry, 175, 200, 201, 216, 309, 363, 393, 394

     Isaacksen, Isaac, D-139

     Italian School, 17, 29, 51, 53, B-327, B-328

     Ives, C. B., _Sc._ 8, 59


     Jacquin, E. S., 422

     Jardin, Karl du, B-126, B-127, D-45, D-132, D-144

     Jarvis, John Wesley, 81, 89, 94, 97, 115, 138, 154, 191, 204,
     210, 211, 314, B-316, _Sc._ 51

     Jewett, William, 343

     Johnson, David, 442

     Johnson, Eastman, 275, D-174

     Jones, Alfred W., _Sc._ 61

     Jones, T. D., _Sc._ 46

     Jordaens, Jacob, 151

     Jouvenet, Jean, B-241, B-242


     Kalf, William, D-79

     Kensett, John F., 474

     Klomp, Albert, B-103

     Kobell, Jan, B-128, D-147

     Koek-Koek, Bernard C., D-150

     Köhler, Christian, D-154

     Kosa, Emil, D-176

     Kruseman, Frederic M., B-279

     Kuntze, Edward J., _Sc._ 30


     Lachenwitz, Sigmund, 359

     Lairesse, Gerard de, B-118

     Lambdin, J. R., 196

     Lang, Louis, 276

     Largillière, Nicholas de, B-243

     Launitz, Robert E., _Sc._ 38

     Lauri, Phillippe, B-229

     Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 217

     Lay, Oliver, 120

     Lazarus, J. H., 193

     Ledoux, Mlle., B-363

     Lely, Sir Peter, B-129, D-54

     Leonardo da Vinci, B-23, B-24

     Lepicié, Nicholas Bernard, B-266

     Leyden, Lucas van, D-43

     Leys, Henry, D-151

     Lingelbach, John, B-359, D-123

     Llanos y Valdes, Sebastian, B-215

     Lomi, Artemisia (Gentileschi), B-64

     Lorenzo, Don (il Monaco), B-10

     Lorme, Anthony de, D-102

     Lorraine, Claude, B-230, B-231, B-232, B-233, D-36

     Luini, Bernardino, B-49, D-158


     Maas, Nicholas, B-130

     Mabuse, John de, B-131, D-40

     McLeod, William, 88

     Macrino d'Alba, B-22

     Manley, F., _Sc._ 31

     Mantegna, Andrea, B-45, B-46

     Marcellis, Otho, D-74

     Marchant, Edward D., 131, 197

     Marrel, J., 35

     Matsys, Quintin, B-133

     Mazzolino, Lodovico, B-373

     Mazzuoli, Francesco (il Parmiggiano), 173, 174

     Meer, John vander, D-130

     Memling, Jan, B-121, B-122

     Memmi, Simone, B-6, B-7

     Michel, Georges, B-278

     Miel, John, D-86

     Mignard, Pierre, B-234, B-235

     Mills, Clark, _Sc._ 47

     Minnigerode, Marietta, 485

     Miranda, Fernando, _Sc._ 73

     Molenaer, Jan, B-134, D-76

     Molenaer, Nicholas, B-135

     Molyn, Peter (Tempesta), 66, D-25, D-26, D-49

     Morales, Luis, D-6

     Morland, George, 43, 47

     Morse, Samuel F. B., 90

     Moucheron, Frederick, B-136, B-137

     Moucheron, Isaac, B-359, B-364

     Mount, William S., 23, 57, 59

     Murillo, Bartholomé Estéban, B-211, B-212, B-213, B-214, D-1,
     D-2

     Musscher, Michael van, B-325


     Neck, Jan van, B-138

     Neefs, Peter, B-140

     Neer, Arnold van der, B-139

     Nehlig, V., 253

     Netscher, Caspar, B-141

     Netscher, Constantine, B-326, B-343

     Newton, Gilbert Stuart, D-156

     Nims, Jeremiah, 100


     Ochterveldt, Jacob van, B-143

     Ommeganck, Paul Balthasar, B-282, D-146

     Oost, Jacob van, B-142

     Orley, Bernard van, B-377

     Osgood, Samuel S., 134, 144-149, 252, 278-280

     Ostade, Adrian van, B-144, B-145, B-372, D-106-D-110

     Ostade, Isaac van, B-146, D-105

     Oudry, Jean B., B-171

     Ouvrier, Paul, 259


     Page, William, 262

     Palamedes, see Stevers

     Palma, Jacopo, B-53

     Palmer, E. D., _Sc._ 36

     Palmer, F. F., 478

     Pannini, Cav. Giovanni Paolo, 435, D-13

     Paradise, John, 285

     Parmiggiano, see Mazzuoli

     Pater, Jean Baptiste, B-248

     Peale, Charles Wilson, 103, 297, B-298, B-299, B-300, B-301,
     B-302

     Peale, Rembrandt, 156, 205, 310, 459, 460, B-302, B-306,
     B-307, B-308, B-309, B-310, B-311, B-312, B-317

     Perugino, Pietro, B-22

     Peters, Bonaventura, D-120

     Philip, Frederick W., 67, 84

     Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista, D-12

     Pietersz, Roelof, 24

     Pine, Robert E., 196

     Piombo, Sebastian del, B-41

     Poel, Egbert van der, B-362, D-126, D-127

     Poelemburg, Cornelius, B-147

     Ponte, Jacopo da, D-8

     Porbus, Francis, B-148, B-149

     Porbus, Peter, B-254

     Potter, Paul, B-150

     Poussin, Gaspar, B-227, B-228, B-229, D-37

     Poussin, Nicholas, B-222, B-223, B-224, B-225, B-226, D-34

     Powell, William H., 130, 249, 326, 461, 462

     Pratt, Robert M., 269, 270

     Prud'hon, Pierre Paul, B-267

     Puyl, G. vander, 267

     Pynaker, Adam, B-334, B-354, B-370, D-94


     Querfurt, Augustus, B-151


     Ramage, John, 107, 108

     Raoux, Jean, 61

     Raphael, see Sanzio

     Ravesteyn, John van, D-82

     Rembrandt, Van Ryn, B-152, B-153, B-154, B-155, D-103

     Rembrandt School, 150

     Reni, Guido, B-58, B-59

     Reniers, Peter, _Sc._ 40

     Reynolds, Sir Joshua, B-291

     Ribera, Jose (Spagnoletto), B-323, D-7

     Richards, David, _Sc._ 28

     Richardson, Andrew, 14, 55

     Rigaud, Hyacinthe, B-244, D-35

     Robert, Hubert, B-253

     Robusti, Jacopo (Tintoretto), B-37, D-9

     Rokes, Henry Martin, B-194, D-101

     Romanelli, Gio Francesco, 432

     Romano, Giulio, B-50

     Rombouts, Theodore, B-156, B-157

     Roos, John H., D-62, D-63

     Rosa, Salvator, 223, B-67, B-68, B-69, B-70, D-14

     Rottenhamer, John, D-111

     Rubens, Peter Paul, 151, B-158, B-159, B-160, B-161, B-162,
     B-163, B-164, B-165, B-166, D-112

     Ruysdael, Jacob, B-167, B-168, B-169

     Ruysdael, Solomon, B-170, D-64

     Ryckaert, David, D-141


     Saftleven, Cornelius, D-93

     St. Memin, C. B. J. de, 164, 171

     Saltza, Charles F., 357

     Salvi, Giovanni Battista (Sassoferrato), B-66

     Sanzio, Raphael, B-25, B-26, B-27

     Sarto, Andrea del, B-42

     Satterlee, Walter, 362

     Savage, Edward, B-313

     Schaal, L. J., B-275

     Schalcken, Godfrey, B-346

     Schidone, Bartolomeo, B-48

     Schmidt, Rudolph, 332

     Schoen, Martin, B-204

     Schuerman, B-153, B-154

     Searle, John, 254

     See, Harry T., 330

     Sesto, Cesare da, B-50

     Sharpless, James, 104, 105, 128

     Shegogue, James H., 76

     Simmons, Franklin, _Sc._ 50

     Snyders, Francis, 151, B-171, B-172

     Spagnoletto, see Ribera

     Spanish School, B-216, B-217, B-318

     Stearns, J. B., 364

     Steen, Jan, B-173, B-174, B-335

     Stefano, Tommaso de, B-11, B-12, B-13

     Stevers, Anthony (Palamedes), 224

     Stone, William O., 198, 319

     Strickland, William, 317, 318

     Stuart, Gilbert C., 82, 115, 120, 125, 352, B-303, B-304

     Stubble, H., 124

     Sueur, Eustache le, B-236

     Sully, Thomas, B-286

     Sustermans, Justus, B-65

     Swebach, Edward, B-278


     Taggart, John G., 143, 176

     Tempesta, see Molyn

     Tener, Petrus, _Sc._ 7

     Teniers, David the Younger, 50, 52, B-175, B-176, B-177,
     B-178, B-179, B-180, B-181, D-100

     Terburg, Gerard, B-182, B-365, B-366

     Terry, Luther, 209

     Thompson, Cephas G., 129, 172

     Thompson, Wordsworth, D-164

     Tiepolo, Giovanni B., B-71

     Tilius, John, D-134

     Tintoretto, see Robusti

     Tisio, Benvenuto (Garofalo), B-44

     Titian, see Vecelli

     Tol, Dominick Van, 214

     Tourniere, Robert, B-259

     Trott, Benjamin, 305

     Troy, Jean François de, 220

     Troye, E., 433, 434

     Trumbull, John, 68, 73, 74, 106, 192, 202, 203, 272, 274, 301,
     431, D-168

     Twibill, G. W., 200


     Uccello, Paolo Mazzocchi, B-18

     Uytenwael, Joachim, B-203


     Valdez, Juan de, 218, 219

     Valkenburg, Lucas and Martin, B-205, B-206

     Vallin, E., B-274

     Vander Eycken, Felix, B-280, B-281

     Vanderlyn, John, 101, 160, 255, 271, 273

     Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, B-111, B-112, B-113, D-60, D-138, see
     page 100

     Vanloo, Charles Andre, 162

     Vanloo, Jacob, D-75

     Vanuden, Lucas, D-61

     Vecelli, Tiziano (Titian), B-33, B-34, B-35, B-36, D-10, D-23

     Velasquez, Don Diego Rodriquez de Silvay, 226, B-207, B-208,
     B-209, B-210, D-5, D-27

     Velde, Adrian van de, B-186

     Velde, William van de, B-183, B-184, B-185, D-97

     Venetian School, B-17, D-20

     Ver Bryck, Cornelius, 63, 72

     Verboom, Abraham, B-187, D-91

     Verelst, Peter, D-125

     Verelst, Simon, D-133

     Verhaegen, L. M., _Sc._ 5

     Vernet, Claude Joseph, B-255, B-256, B-257, B-258, D-78

     Vernet, Horace, B-268, B-269

     Veronese, Paul, see Caliari

     Vertangen, Daniel, D-98, D-104

     Victor, Jan, D-72

     Vollmering, Joseph, B-295, B-296

     Voys, Ary de, D-92

     Vries, John Renier de, B-108


     Wainewright, Thomas G., 268

     Waldo, Samuel L., 181, 334

     Waldmuller, Ferdinand G., D-149

     Wall, William A., 102

     Wall, William G., 79, 355, 356, D-170, D-171

     Wallace, Benjamin A., 189

     Walters, Josephine, D-163

     Waterloo, Anthony, D-73

     Watteau, Antoine, B-32, B-245, B-246, B-247, B-340, B-355,
     B-378, B-379, B-380

     Waugh, Samuel B., 158

     Weenix, John Baptist, B-189, B-345, D-68

     Weir, Robert W., 295

     Werf, Adrian van der, B-188

     West, Benjamin, 194, 195, B-292, B-293

     West, William E., B-287

     Westhofen, Van, D-59

     Whipple, Charles A., 360, 361

     White, Edwin, B-297

     Wildens, John, B-171

     Willaerts, Adam, 315

     Wilton, Joseph, _Sc._ 54

     Withoos, Matthew, 221

     Witt, Emanuel de, D-140

     Woodville, R. C., 475

     Wouwermans, Philip, B-190, B-191, B-192, B-341, D-135

     Wright, J. H., 358

     Wright, Joseph, 119

     Wynants, John, B-193, D-87, D-145


     Zampieri, Domenico (Domenichino), B-57, B-322

     Zenale, Bernardo, B-332

     Zuccaro, Federigo, D-24

     Zucco, Francesco, B-38



INDEX OF DONORS


     Abbott, William D., 97

     Adlard, George, _Sc._ 58

     Akerly, Dr. Samuel, 104, 105

     Alofsen, S., 199

     American Art Union, 182-185, 187

     Anthon, Charles E., _Sc._ 32

     Anthon, Mrs. John, _Sc._ 32

     Armstrong, William F. H., _Sc._ 26


     Banyer, Goldsborough, 345

     Barker, Fordyce D., _Sc._ 5

     Bartlett, Col. Washington A., family of, _Sc._ 4

     Bayley, Rev. J. Roosevelt, 193

     Beekman, Gerard, 362

     Beekman, James W., 362

     Bement, Edward, 439

     Benedict, Erastus C., 249

     Benson, Robert, Jr., 82, 272, 273

     Bidwell, Marshall S., 210, 211

     Bierstadt, Mrs. Albert, 440, 441

     Binney, Horace, Jr., 204

     Blanchard, Washington, 137

     Bloodgood, Matthais, family of, 425, 426

     Bogle, James, 186

     Bonnett, P. R., 175

     Bostwick, Henry A., 344

     Bradish, Luther, _Sc._ 65

     Breese, Mrs. E. L., bequest of, 291

     Brett, Cornelia Graham, bequest of, 461

     Brower, John H., 205

     Browne, Maria J. B., 228

     Bruce, Matilda Wolfe, bequest of, 390, 391

     Bryan, Thomas J., B-1-B-381, _Sc._ 71

     Buford, A. S., 283

     Burnham, Gordon W., _Sc._ 8


     Catlin, Cora V. R., bequest of, 486-488

     Catlin, N. W. Stuyvesant, 486-488

     Chambers, Katherine, _Sc._ 64

     Champlin, Christopher, 296, 297, 298

     Chanler, Winthrop, 295

     Chilton, Mrs. James R., _Sc._ 10

     Church of the Holy Saviour, N. Y., _Sc._ 28

     Clapp, George P., heirs of, 284

     Clarke, Mrs. Eliza M., 265

     Clarkson, Mrs. Matthew, 357

     Clute, John D., 83

     Cogswell, William, 157

     Colden, Mrs. Cadwallader D., 123

     Colonial Dames of America, _Sc._ 23

     Cox, Isabella V., 463-465

     Crane, Warren C., 423

     Crolius, Clarkson, 188, 189

     Cruger, Mary, 208, 232

     Crumby, John, 152

     Cuyler, Theodore, 158


     Daly, Mrs. Charles P., 262

     Davis, Mrs. Charles A., 100, 200, 201, _Sc._ 66

     Davis, Mrs. Gherardi, _Sc._ 42

     Davis, Thomas E., 94

     Delafield, John, 90

     Delafield, John Ross, 448

     Delafield, Maturin L., 448

     de Lancey, Edward F., 311-313

     DePeyster, Catherine A., bequest of, 390-419

     DePeyster, Frederic, 132, 227, 233-246, 259, 263, 264, _Sc._ 72

     DePeyster, J. Watts, 190, _Sc._ 15, 16, 31, 62

     Dexter, Henry, 360, 361

     Dixey, John, _Sc._ 24

     Dominick, Marinus W., 301

     Draper, Charlotte E., bequest of, 457

     Dunning, Julius L., _Sc._ 49

     Durand, Asher B., children of, 335-343

     Durand, John, 335-343

     Durr, Louis, Executors of, D-1-D-181, _Sc._ 17


     Eigenbrodt, Rev. William E., _Sc._ 29

     Ellis, F. S., 267, 268

     Ellis, Samuel C., M.D., 153

     Eno, Henry C., M.D., 109, 110


     Fairchild, Anna, 451-456

     Field, Mrs. Catharine M. V. C., 277

     Field, Maunsell B., _Sc._ 19

     Folsom, George, 177, _Sc._ 18

     Francis, John W., M.D., _Sc._ 34

     Francis, S. W. and V. M., 96

     Francis, Samuel W., M.D., _Sc._ 21, 56, 69


     Gallatin, Count de, 302

     Gamage, Henry T., 285

     Gerard, Mrs. William, 251

     Gibbs, George, _Sc._ 20, 53, 68

     Gibbs, Laura W., _Sc._ 39

     Gibson, Mrs. Frances M., 364, 472

     Gillespie, G. de Haert, 265

     Goodwin, Mrs. Emily V., 178, 179

     Greene, William A., _Sc._ 55

     Griswold, Rufus W., bequest of, 86, 143, 145-149


     Hagen, J. C., 95

     Haight, R. K., 173, 174

     Hale, Helen L. and Evelina S., 393-397

     Hall, John B., 197

     Halsey, Mary E., 471

     Harbeck, Charles T., 316

     Hawks, Rev. Francis L., _Sc._ 40

     Hawley, Jesse, 126, 127

     Hays, Aaron B., 191

     Heaton, Augustus G., 458

     Herrick, J. K., 156

     Herring, James, _Sc._ 33

     Hewitt, Mary E., 144

     Hicks, Thomas, 141

     Hoffman, Samuel V., 443-447, 450

     Holley, Sallie, 292

     Hosack, Alexander E., M.D., 202, 203

     Hosack, David, M.D., 116, 124, 125, 128, _Sc._ 22, 60

     Howland, Samuel S., 138

     Huntington, Archer M., 421, 424

     Huntington, Charles R., 466

     Huntington, Daniel, 142


     Ingraham, Daniel P., 247, 248

     Irvine, William A., 196

     Irving, Washington, 154


     Jaques, David R., 363

     Jarvis, John Wesley, 81, _Sc._ 51

     Jay, Miss Elizabeth C., 120

     Jay, John, _Sc._ 41

     Jesup, Morris K., 158

     Johnston, John H., 483

     Jones, Alfred W., _Sc._ 61

     Jones, Mrs., John D., 420

     Jones, Mrs. Julia C. V. A., bequest of, 309, 310


     Kelly, Robert, 87

     Keteltas, Alice, 325

     Keteltas, Henry, bequest of, 319

     King, Helen, _Sc._ 42

     King, Mary R., bequest of, 430-438

     Kirtland, Anna T. E., _Sc._ 36

     Knickerbacker, Rev. David B., bequest of, 299, 300

     Kuntze, Edward J., _Sc._ 30

     Kunze, John C., family of, 121


     Lamb, Martha J., bequest of, 294

     Lancey, Alice T., 252

     Lang, Louis, 276

     Lawrence, Isaac, _Sc._ 45

     Leupp, Charles M., bequest of, _Sc._ 3, 9

     Levy, Uriah P., bequest of, 161-163

     Lewis, Estelle A., 250

     Lincoln, Mrs. James M., 392

     Livingstone, Mrs. Thomson, 255

     Livingston, Mrs. William S., bequest of, 326


     McGregor, John, 140

     Mackie, Simon F., _Sc._ 54

     McWhorter, George C., 303, 304, 305-308, 427-429

     McWhorter, J. L. & G. C., 274

     Mankin, Frances G., 271

     Marchant, Edward D., 131

     Marié, Peter, Residuary Legatees of, page 119

     Martin, Mrs. Howard T., 422, _Sc._ 76

     Mills, Adelaide, 333

     Mills, Clark, _Sc._ 47

     Minton, Sophie E., bequest of, 334

     Miranda, Fernando, _Sc._ 73

     Moore, T. W. C., 150, 151

     Moore, T. W. C., bequest of, 212-226

     Morgan, J. Pierpont, 281, 282

     Morris, Mrs. Gouverneur, 111, 112, 113, 114

     Morris, Thomas, 115

     Mount, Richard E., 261

     Murray, James B., _Sc._ 35


     Newton, Edward A., bequest of, 181

     New York City, Several Ladies of, 159

     New York Gallery of Fine Arts, 1-80, _Sc._ 74, 75

     New York Historical Society, members of, 160, 256, 257, 258,
     266, 324

     N. Y. State Society of the Cincinnati, 192

     Niblo, William, _Sc._ 27

     Nicoll, Mrs. Fancher, 359

     Norton, Parthenia T., bequest of, 288, 289


     O'Conor, Charles, 260

     Osgood, Samuel S., 134

     Osgood, Mrs. Samuel, 278-280, _Sc._ 50


     Parish, Daniel, Jr., 293, 317, 318, 323, 355, 356, 398, 478,
     479, 480-482, _Sc._ 52

     Paulding, P. Kemble, 207

     Pell, Duncan C., 103

     Pemberton, T. William, 283

     Pierrepont, Henry E., _Sc._ 38

     Pintard, John, 119, _Sc._ 12

     Potts, Thomas, 283

     Powell, William H., 130

     Pratt, Eugenia C., 269, 270

     Prior, William, _Sc._ 49


     Richards, Elizabeth, 229-231

     Rieben, Eliza Hicks, 209

     Robinson, Nelson, 139

     Russell, Charles H., children of, _Sc._ 70

     Rutherford, Lewis M., 93

     Rye, N. Y., Presbyterian Church, _Sc._ 4


     Schell, Mrs. Augustus, 275

     Schmidt, Rudolph, 332

     Schulte, Mrs. Herman V. W., 462

     Servoss, George H., 107, 108

     Sherman, Charles A., 473

     Smith, Edwin, 322

     Southwick, Edmond B., 286, 287

     Stetson, Charles A., _Sc._ 57

     Stevens, Alexander H., M.D., _Sc._ 7

     Stevens, Byam K., 484, 485

     Stevens, Gen. Ebenezer, 117

     Stevens, John Austin, 449

     Stokes, Carolina Phelps, bequest of, 459, 460

     Storm, Theodore M., bequest of, 328, 329

     Stuart, H. L., _Sc._ 46

     Sturges, Jonathan, 206

     Stuyvesant, Nicholas W., 122, 348

     Stuyvesant, Robert Van R., 347, 349-354


     Tallmadge, George C., 155

     Ten Broeck, Mrs. Peter G. S., 346

     Terry, Luther, 209

     Thomas, Anna M., 427, 428, 429

     Thompson, Cephas G., 129, 172

     Thorn, Louisa F. J., 420

     Tradesmen's Bank of N. Y., 320, 321


     Van Ness, Mrs. Cornelius H., 467-470

     Van Rensselaer, Harriet B. 254

     Van Rensselaer, Stephen, 118

     Van Schaack, Henry C., 135, 136

     Verplanck, Gulian C., _Sc._ 1

     Verplanck, Samuel, _Sc._ 11

     Verplanck, Dr. William W., 327


     Ward, Augustus H., _Sc._ 2

     Warner, Kate, bequest of, 474-477

     Warren, Susan C., 315

     Webb, William H., 194, 195, 253

     White, Cornelia L., 345

     Whitehead, William A., 133

     Williams, John E., _Sc._ 14

     Williamson, Joseph T., 358

     Winthrop, Benjamin R., _Sc._ 25

     Winthrop, Mrs. Henry R., 314

     Woodman, Mrs. Lucy M. Durand, 365-389



THE NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

FOUNDED NOVEMBER 20, 1804. ORGANIZED JANUARY 14, 1805.


PRESIDENTS.

     EGBERT BENSON, LL.D. 1805-1815

     GOUVERNEUR MORRIS 1816

     DEWITT CLINTON, LL.D. 1817-1819

     DAVID HOSACK, M.D., LL.D. 1820-1827

     JAMES KENT, LL.D. 1828-1831

     MORGAN LEWIS 1832-1835

     PETER GERARD STUYVESANT 1836-1839

     PETER AUGUSTUS JAY, LL.D. 1840-1842

     ALBERT GALLATIN, LL.D. 1843-1849

     LUTHER BRADISH, LL.D. 1850-1863

     FREDERIC DE PEYSTER, LL.D. 1864-1866

     HAMILTON FISH, LL.D. 1867-1869

     THOMAS DEWITT, D.D. 1869-1871

     AUGUSTUS SCHELL 1872

     FREDERIC DE PEYSTER, LL.D. 1873-1882

     AUGUSTUS SCHELL 1883-1884

     BENJAMIN HAZARD FIELD 1885-1886

     JOHN ALSOP KING 1887-1900

     EUGENE AUGUSTUS HOFFMAN, D.D., LL.D. 1901-1902

     SAMUEL VERPLANCK HOFFMAN 1903-1913

     JOHN ABEEL WEEKES 1913-



MEMBERSHIP.


Members, on their election, pay an initiation fee of Twenty Dollars,
which includes dues for the current year, and annually thereafter Ten
Dollars as dues; or a life-membership fee of One Hundred Dollars, in
lieu of all other dues and fees.

Nominations are to be sent by members to the Recording Secretary.

Members have the privilege of introducing visitors to the rooms of the
Society by their card or a note, and of bringing two persons with them
to the monthly meetings.

The contribution of five thousand dollars to the funds of the Society
shall entitle the person giving the same to be elected a Patron of the
Society in perpetuity.

The contribution of one thousand dollars shall entitle the person giving
the same to be elected a Fellow for life.



THE NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(Founded 1804)

CENTRAL PARK WEST, 76TH TO 77TH STREETS

       *       *       *       *       *

THE ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUM

     Open to the Public Daily from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Sundays Excepted

     LIBRARY HOURS, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.

     Open on Holidays from 1 to 5 P.M., excepting Christmas, New
     Year and July 4th

     Closed during August for cleaning and repairs

       *       *       *       *       *

FORM OF A BEQUEST.

I GIVE _and bequeath to_ "THE NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY," _founded in
the year 1804, and incorporated by the Legislature of New-York in the
year 1809, the sum of dollars_.

       *       *       *       *       *

     Transcriber's Notes:

     Obvious typos, spelling and grammar errors were corrected.

     P. 218 changed Rembrandt, Van Ryn to Rembrandt, Paul as the
     forename Paul was used throughout the text. The index should agree
     with the text. However, it is apparent that the artist referred to
     is actually the Rembrandt Van Ryn.





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