Museum. ROTTERDAM. 37. Route. 307
*494. Hobbema, Landscape.
Small, but charming: py the side of a pond in which two men are
fishing stands a cottage shaded by lofty trees; to the left a road on
which two travellers are approaching; foreground in shade, with the
surface of the water most effectively handled. ee
75. G. Dou, Old woman; *453. Th. de Keyser, Portrait; tgs
. Dirck Santvoort, Shepherd and shepherdess (1632); 212
van der Neer, Lands oe by moonlight; 229. Adr. van Ostade, se
laughing (1656); 279. P. van Sno ae es Portrait; *263. Jac. van
ae The ae road; 188. G. Metsu, Portrait of a pastor;
van de Velde, 296. The arom '*997. Cattle at pasture. (both
painted in 1658); 300. W. van de Velde, Port of Texel (1673).
Room E (foreign schools). Tothe right: Nonumber, Le Nain, Two
little girls. — 293. E. van Tilburg, Family group; 329. S. Vranec,
Scene of plundering. — 320, 324. Flemish School, Portraits (4640
and 4645); 72. A. van Dyck, Sketch in oil for the large portrait of
Charles I. and his family at Windsor; *51. Gonz. Coques, The toper,
159. Rubens, Group of saints among ‘clouds (sketch); 3419. Flemish
Scl en , Sketch of a horseman; 328. Paul de Vos, Boat-hunt. —*114.
e Ib) e Heem, Fruit; no number, D. Teniers the Yo unger, Tavern-
Nes Gio. Je Be Gretts e, Mother and child. — 46. Ph. de Cham-
paigne, Double portrait of the painters Jean Baptiste de Champaigne
and Nicolas de Platte-Montagne (1654),
Rooms Fr To the right: 206. E. Murant, Farm; #118. B. van
der Helst, Portrait (1688); 174. N. Maes, Portrait-group. — *2 292.
van den Tempel, Portrait of a vice-admiral and his wife (1671) ;
5 Dead swan (1716); 136. Gysb. d’Hondecoeter,
Coc ik and hen (1652); 204, P. Moreelse, Vertumnus and Pomona;
266. P. Saenredam, Old Church of St. Mary at Utrecht (1636). —
ie van der Helst, 149. 120. Portraits, *121. Lady and gentleman
in a park (1654); J. Hackuert, Italian landscape; “19. Hiob Berck-
heyde, Old Exchange at Ds — 500: F. Bol, Portrait (1652);
. J. Both, Italian landscape; 203. Moreelse, Portrait.
To the left on the nee floor is a room ail old drawings.
The groundfloor of the Boymans Museum contains also the Municipal
Collection of Antiquities (Museum van Oudheden der Gemeente Rotterdam;
entr. on the N. side, in Boymans-Straat). Admission at the same hours as
to the picture-ga but not open before 10); catalogue (1908)
Director: A. J an Papendrecht. — Room I. Dutch tiles of the
bh cent.; model of the tower of St. Lawr (p. 3.3
one of 1763; old house-signs; by 7 i g
tus. — Room Il. Uniforms, weapons, and standards of the national guard
(Schuttery), disbanded in 1908; stone cannon-balls found in the Meuse,
perhaps dating from the siege of Rotterdam by Archduke Maximilian in
— Room III. Views of Rotterdam; in the glass-case by the central
window , 4489. Gold snuff-box belonging to Napoleon I. (18411), with a
miniature portrait of Daniel Saint; old swords found in the Meuse; large
glass-case containing copper and brass utensils; cabinet with articles of
clothing; 981. Urns of the 10-14th centuries. — Room IV. Dutch furniture
of the 16th and 17th cent., including a large double bedstead in the Renais-
sance style (No. 940); at the window, wooden relief of 1694, representing
the manufacture of blocks and pulleys for ships (Blokmakery); stoneware
of the 13th cent. onwards; in a glass-case, 618. Venetian lace collars
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