Image from page 150 of “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” (1911) – Philadelphia Picture

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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.)
Subjects: Painting
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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