Title: A descriptive and illustrated catalogue of 150 paintings by old masters of the Dutch, Flemish, German, Italian, Spanish and French schools from the Kleinberger Galleries
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: F. Kleinberger Galleries (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: New York : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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mount Calvary and the town of Jerusalem, beau-tifully executed. Panel, 3i in.. h 23 inches. Exhibited in the Toison dor-Exhibition in Bruges 1907,11° 1..:;: as R. v. d. Weyden;Mentioned in the Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 1907, September, p. :i::From the Collection of Mr. I.. Moreno, Paris. WE YD EN ( Roger van der)(Tournay ah. [3q9 1404 Brussels) 116* Portrait of a Young Man* Slightl) turned to the right, in 3 4 profile, lie has brown hair, a clean lace, and is habited in a reel coat adorned with fur. ( >n hisneck he has a dark kerchief. Under the coat is visible a whiteshirt, upon which is a jewel hanging on a. thin chain. The handsare posed one on the other. Two golden rings are on the left andone on the right hand. Panel, 14.. in., bj u i,5 inches. Described in the Zeilschrift Jur bildende Kunst, December, 1902, p. 55.Exhibited al the Flemish Primitives Exh. in Bruges, in [902, V 27. in the (iuildhall, in I ,ondon, in [9116.From the Collection of Mr. 1 h. I.. Cardon, Brussels. 142
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■^ 1 m. *£2S* ^ YSENBRANDT (Adriaen)(Bruges, Early XVIth Century) 117* Two Wings of a Tryptique* On the left wing stands St. John the Baptist, holding on hisleft hand a lamb. He has brown hair and beard, and is habited ina brown costume, over which is draped a red cloth, held by a whiteribbon tied around the waist. On the right wing St. Jerome isrepresented, writing on a sheet of paper, which is on a black book.He has a wide red cloak with white trimming. At his loot is seatedthe lion. Panel, arched top. each wing 3i in., by i inches. Exhibited in the Flemish Primitives Exhibition in Bruges, in 1902, < ai. N 93, as a Memling.From the Collection of Mr. S imzee, Brussels.
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