||400 Route 43. AMSTERDAM. Ryks Museum:
432. Dirck Barentsz, Duke of Alva (copy); 2182. J. van Schuppen,
Prince Eugene of Savoy (1718); 1920. Fr. Pourbus the Younger,
Maria de’ Medici. Also, pastel portraits by J. F. A. Tischbein (d.1812;
nephew of W. Tischbein). — Srcorron 2. To the left: 576. G. Terburg,
Peace of Miinster, 1648 (old copy; original in the National Gallery
in London). — 1567. Hendrik de Meyer, Withdrawal of the Spanish
garrison from Breda, 1637; 1476. P. van Hilligaert, Battle at Nieuw-
poort, 1600; 2606. H. C. Vroom, Return of Houtman, the first Dutch
navigator to visit India, in 1597; 2567. H. van Vliet, Tomb of Ad-
miral Piet Hein in the Oude Kerk at Delft; 1343. Th. de Keyser,
Admiral Piet Hein; 2104. Corn. Saftleven, ‘Trucidata Innocentia,
an allegorical representation of the trial of Oldenbarnevelt (the
judges in the shape of animals). — Ssctton 3. To the left: 404, 402.
Jan de Baen, Grand Pensionary Jan de Witt and his brother Cornelis.
— 1309. L. de Jongh, Vice-Admiral Jan van Nes. The following
large canvases illustrate the glorious contests of the Dutch fleet
with the British. In the middle, 455. J. A. Beerstraaten, Victory
of Admiral Tromp over the Commonwealth fleet on June 10th,
1653; at the sides, W. van de Velde the Younger, 2470 (on the
right), Naval battle on June 11-44th, 1666, between Admiral
Tromp and the British fleet, with the capture of the Royal Prince,
the British flagship, on June 13th; 2471 (on the left), Return
of the Dutch fleet with the captured British ships. — *1146, *4447.
B. van der Helst, Admiral Aart van Nes and his wife (1668);
“4506. Nic. Maes, Admiral ©. Evertsen; 2699. Hm. de Wilte, Tomb
of Admiral de Ruyter in the Nieuwe Kerk at Amsterdam (4683) ;
above, 549. F. Bol, Portrait of De Ruyter (4667); 1462. Jan Lievens,
Vice-Admiral Engel de Ruyter (p. 324). — Szorton 4. To the left:
1148. B. van der Helst, Vice-Admiral J. de Lieffde (1668); 1699,
1700. Jan Mytens, Admiral ©. Tromp and his wife (1668); 440.
L. Bakhuysen, Grand Pensionary Jan de Witt embarking in 1665;
*4445. B. van der Helst, Admiral Kortenaer; 1755-58. Reynier
Nooms (surnamed Zeeman), Views of Saleh (Marocco coast), Tripoli,
Tunis, and Algiers; 1460, 1461. Jan Lievens, Admiral Tromp and
his wife. — Srcrion 5. 2456-2467. W. van de Velde the Elder, Re-
presentation of Dutch naval battles (grisaille).
Room No, 248 reproduces a Dutch Regent Room of the 17th Cent-
ury, with a ceiling from the old Lepers’ Hospital at Amsterdam, by
G. de Lairesse, portrait- groups on the walls, antique furniture,
marble reliefs, and busts by A. Quellin and Barth. Eggers. The ad-
joining Casrnzt (No. 249) is upholstered in gilt leather and contains
a number of Italian paintings and sculptures, lent by private
owners. Both rooms were fitted up at the expense of the Anti-
quarian Society (p. 377).