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Image from page 110 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)

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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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vas, 16 in., by 14 inches. Mentionned by Theodore Lejeune in l.e Guide de VAmateur des Tableaux, Vol. II. page 432;I 1-(.in the Collection Duchatel, Paris; ol the Duke of Tiemoille, Paris. LEYDEN (Li cas van)(Leyden 1494 - [533 Leyden) 85. - The Temptation* In the middle behind a table is standing a richly attired youth.surrounded by four figures, symbolizing (beginning on the left)Richess, Pleasure. Love and Memento Mori . Hie figure on theextreme left, in a \\\\ cloak, poured out from a bag a heap of gold-coins. Pleasure, in a yellow costume taps on the shoulder ofthe young man, while Love, represented by a young woman, holdsher right arm around his neck. The youth seems to have decided himself lor the latter, as he has -rasped her left hand. ( In the tablelies a cli »sed bk sj mbi >lizing Future. Behind the -roup is a greencurtain, and above hangs an hour-glass. ;xhibite I at (he Toison dor Exhibition . in Bruges, mmm the Collection of ( mini Limburc Stirum, The Haul

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8.J Wi \ w i- Jan . fc 4* rLJf Leyden I ,ucas \ an FLEMISH SCH001 \ \ ir1 <: i:\ti hi COCQUES (Gonzales)(Antwerp 1618 1684 Antwerp) 86. A Family Group. J. Smith, in his Catalogue Raisonne, Supplement, page 586,V 1 1. described this painting as follows : — A family group, consisting of a gentleman, with his wife andthree daughters, assembled on a terrace, adjacent to a handsomefountain, among a cluster of trees. The former, habited in a suit ofblack relieved by a broad gold bell, stands on the right, leaning ona stone balustrade, holding his hat and cane in his hands: the youn-gest child sits near him. and a line greyhound stands by: in theopposite side i^ the lady, attired in a black silk gown, and a skarletskirt, seated, taking a flower from a basket, which is presented bythe second daughter; the eldest, a young woman, stands on themothers left, playing on a guitar. A little retired, and in the centreof the scene, is a negro page, holding a fine grey horse, a portionof which is

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bookid:descriptiveillus00fkle bookyear:1911 bookdecade:1910 bookcentury:1900 bookauthor:F__Kleinberger_Galleries__New_York__N_Y__ booksubject:Painting bookpublisher:New_York____s_n__ bookcontributor:Philadelphia_Museum_of_Art__Library booksponsor:LYRASIS_Members_and_Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:110 bookcollection:philadelphiamuseumofart bookcollection:americana

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