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From the collection of Cardinal Fesch.
Presented by Miss Eliza Hicks.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

67. The Young Gourmand. (11x13.)

Frederick W. Philip.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

68. Portrait of Gevartius. (28x36.) From Van

Dyck. John TrumbuU.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

69. Portrait of Rembrandt. (25x33.) From the

original. John G. Chapman.

Presented by the Artist.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

70. Portrait of Pietro Aretino, the Satirist.

(31 X37.) John G. Chapman.

From the original, by Titian, in the Pitti Palace, Florence.

Presented by the Artist.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

71. The Image-Pedler. (42x33.) Francis W. Edmonds.

Presented by the Artist.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

72. The Dutch Bible. (22i xl8.) Cornelius Ver Bryck.

Presented by Daniel Huntington.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)



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73. Portrait of a Revolutionary Officer (Gen. E.

Huntington?) (20x24.) John Trumbull.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

74. Portrait of Dr. Maurice Swabey. (25x30.)

John TrumbulL

An Associate Commissioner with Col. Trumbull at
London, 1796.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

75. Landscape — Composition. ''The Old Oak.''

(48x36.) A. B. Durand.

Presented by the Artist.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

76. Portrait of Nicholas Fish, (1758-1833.)

(25x30.) James H. Shegogue.

From the original by Inman.

Presented by Mrs. Nicholas Fish.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

77. Portrait of a Lady, (fancy.) (39x59.)

George W. Flagg.

Presented by the Artist.
(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

78. A Window-Scene. (14x17^.)

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

79. View near Sandy Hill, New York. (20 J X 13^.)

Water-color. William G. Wall.

Presented by Grant Thorburn.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

80. Portrait of Macready in character as William

Tell. (25x30.) Thomas S. Cummings.

From the original by H. Inman.

Presented by the Artist.

(New York Gallery of Fine Arts.)

81. Portrait of Egbert Benson, (1746-1833.)

(22x26.) John Wesley Jarvis.

From the original by Stuart.
Presented by the Artist.



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82. Portrait of Egbert Benson, (1746-1833.)

(25X30.) Gilbert C. Stuart.

First President of the Society, 1805-1815. Painted
from Kfe in 1807, the original of No. 81. Presented by
Robert Benson, Jr.

83. Dead Game. (26x32.) Adele Evrard.

Presented by John D. Clute.

84. Christ stilling the Tempest. (27x34.) F, W. Philip.

85. Landscape, with Figm*es. (24x20.)

86. Portrait of Rufus Wilmot Griswold, (1815-

1857.) (20X24.) Charles L. Elliot.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

87. Portrait of Daniel Seymour. (22x27.)

Thomas S. Cummings.

Presented by Robert Kelly.

88. Mountain Stream in Western Va. (12x14.)

William McLeod.

89. Portrait of Christopher CoUes, (1738-1821.)

(10x12.) John Wesley Jarvis.

90.' Portrait of James Kent, (1763-1847.)

(25x30.) Samuel F. B. Morse.

President of the Society, 1828-1831.
Presented by John Delafield.

91. The Mammoth Cave. (37x48.) Regis Gignoux.

92. Landscape. (20x15.)

93. Lago Maggiore and the Borromean Islands.

(111X147.)

Presented by Lewis M. Rutherfurd.

94. Portrait of Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins, (1774-

1823.) (58x90.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Presented by Thomas E. Davis.

%. Portrait of Gen. Joseph Reed, (1741-1785.)

(16X20.) J. C. Hagen.

Copy from the original by C. W. Peale.
Presented by the Artist.



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96. Portrait of GUbert C. Stuart, (1755-1828.)

(3x2J.) Anson Dickinson.

Miniature on ivory.
Presented by S. W. and V. M. Francis.

97. Portrait of Alexander J. Dallas, (1759-1817.)

(23ix29.) John W. Jarvis.

Purchased from the American Museum Collection, 1863.
Presented by William D. Abbatt.

98. Storm at Sea. (32x19^.)

99. The Bay of New York from Castle Garden.

(33ix24i.)

100. Portrait of the Artist. 1841. (9x10*.)

Jeremiah Nims.

This promising young Artist died at Kingston, Jamaica,
W. I., March 6, 1842, aged 24 years and 2 months.
Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis.

101. Bacchante and Satyr. (59x44.) John Vanderlyn.

From the original by Annibale Caracci in the Pitti Palace.

102. Portrait of N. P. Willis, (1806-1867.)

(28X36.) William A. Wall.

Painted m Italy about 1833.

103. Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.)

(19X22.) Charles Wilson Peale.

Presented by Duncan C. Pell.

104. Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, (1757-1804.)

(9x11.) Crayon. James Sharpkss.

Presented by Dr. Samuel Akerly, November 12, 1816.

105. Portrait of Samuel L. Mitchell, M.D., (1764-

1831.) (7x9.) Crayon. James Sharpless.

Presented by Dr. Samuel Akerly, November 12, 1816.

106. Portrait of John Pintard, (1759-1818.)

(25x30.) , John Trumbull.

Founder of the Society. Recording Secretary, 1805-
1819; Librarian, 1810-1811; Treasurer, 1819-1827.
Painted for the Society, 1817.



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107. Portrait of John Pintard, (1759-1818.) (Min-

iature.) John RamagCj 1787,

Presented by his grandson, George Hancock Servoss,
February 6, 1906.

108. Portrait of Elizabeth (Brasher) Pmtard, (1765-

1838.) (Miniature.) John Ramage, 1787.

Presented by her grandson, George Hancock Servoss,
February 6, 1906.

109-110. Pair of wristlets worn by Mrs. John Pin-
tard, one bearing portrait of John Pintard,
and the other a painting representing ''Jus-
tice." (Painted on ivory.)

Presented by Henry C. Eno, M.D., February 18, 1909.

111. Portrait of Hernando Cortes. (19x25.)

Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.
Presented by Mrs. Gouvemeur Morris, January 14, 1817.

112. Portrait of Americus Vespucius. (19x25.)

Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.
Presented by Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, January 14, 1817.

113. Portrait of Christopher Columbus, (1446-1506.)

(19X25.)

Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.
Presented by Mrs. Gouvemeur Morris, January 14, 1817.

114. Portrait of Fernando Magalhaens. (19x25.)

Copied from the original in the Florence Gallery.
Presented by Mrs. Gouvemeur Morris, January 14, 1817.

115. Portrait of Robert Morris, (1734r-1806.)

(24x29.) John Wesley Jarvis.

From the original by Stuart.
Presented by Thomas Morris, September 9, 1817.

116. Portrait of John Jones, M.D., (1729-1791.)

(3|X3|.) Samuel Folwell.

Miniature, drawn at New York, May 25, 1790.
Presented by David Hosack, M.D., October 7, 1817.

117. Portrait of Lafayette, (1757-1834.)

(191X24.) Oval.

Painted 1791.
Presented by General Ebenezer Stevens, October 7, 1817.



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118. Portrait of Gouvemeur Morris, (1752-1816.)

(28X36.) Ezra Ames.

First Vice President of the Society, 1810-1815, and
President, 1816.

Presented by Stephen Van Rensselaer, of Albany,
November 11, 1817.

119. Portrait of Chief Justice John Jay, (1745^1829.)

(25X30.) Joseph Wright.

Painted 1786.
Presented by John Pintard, November 11, 1817.

120. Portrait of Chief Justice John Jay, (1745-1829.)

(40x50.) Oliver Lay.

From the original by Gilbert C. Stuart.
Presented by Miss Elizabeth Clarkson Jay, October 1,
1889.

121. Portrait of John C. Kunze, D.D., (1744-1807.)

(25x30.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Copied for the Society from a picture in possession of
Mrs. Kunze and presented by his family, July 14, 1818.

122. Portrait of Myles Cooper, D.D., (1735-1785),

second President of Columbia College. Copy
from Copley. (25x30.)

Presented by Nicholas William Stuyvesant, May 9, 1820.

123. Portrait of Rev. Samuel Provoost, D.D., (1742-

1815.) (28x36.) Thomas S. Duch4.

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Cadwallader D. Golden,
January 11, 1825.

124. Portrait of William Smith, (1728-1793), His-

torian of New York. (Miniature.) H. Stubble.

Presented by David Hosack, M.D., 1828.

125. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826.)

(18§x26i.)

Copy from original by Stuart.
Presented by David Hosack, M.D., November 11, 1828.

126. Portrait of Jesse Hawley, (1773-1842.)

(3x3i.) Ezra Ames.

Miniature on ivory.
Presented by Jesse Hawley.



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127. Portrait of Jesse Hawley, (1773-1842.)

(25x30.) Grove S. Gilbert.

Presented by Jesse Hawley, January 10, 1832.

128. Portrait of Elihu H. Smith, (1771-1798.)

(7x9.) Crayon. James Sharpless.

Painted 1797.
Presented by David Hosack, February 19, 1833.

129. Portrait of Sebastian Cabot, (1477-1557?)

(29x36.) Cephas G. Thompson.

Painted at the request of the Society, 1841, from the



supposed original by Hans Holbein, which was the
property of the late Richard Biddle, author of a Memoir
of Cabot. A full account of the original portrait may be



found in that work, pp. 317-320. It is supposed to have
adorned the royal gallery at Whitehall.

Presented by the Artist, January 5, 1841.

130. Portrait of Albert Gallatin, (1761-1849.)

(25X30.) William H. Powell.

President of the Society, 1843-1849.
Painted from life in 1843. Presented by the Artist,
February 6, 1844.

131. Portrait of John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848.)

(25x30.) Edward D. Marchant.

Presented by the Artist, October 1, 1844.

132. Portrait of Peter Van Schaack, (1747-1832.)

(23ix28.)
Presented by Frederic de Peyster, January 7, 1845.

133. Portrait of Lewis Morris, (1698-1762), Judge

of the Vice Admiralty for N. Y., Conn, and
N. J. (24x30.)

Presented by one of his grand-daughters through
William A. Whitehead, Newark, N. J., January 7, 1845.

134. Portrait of Lord Lyndhurst, (1772-1863.)

(48x50.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Sir John Singleton Copley, son of John Singleton
Copley, Artist.

Presented by the Artist, June 2, 1846.

135. Portrait of Philip Schuyler, (1695-1745.)

(33X41.)

Presented by Henry C. Van Schaack, Manlius, N. Y.,
January 26, 1847.



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136. Portrait of Catalina Schuyler, (1705-1758.)

(32X38.)

Presented by Henry C. Van Schaack, Manlius, N. Y.,
January 26, 1847.

137. Portrait of Alexander H. Everett, (1792-1847.) '

(3§X4|.) Washington Blanchard.

Miniature on ivory. Presented by the Artist, Feb-
ruary 6, 1849.

138. Portrait of De Witt Clinton, (1769-1828.)

(36 X50.) John Wesley J arms.

Second Vice President of the Society, 1810-1815; First
Vice President, 1816; President, 1817-1819.

Presented by the Heirs of Samuel S. Howland, Novem-
ber 7, 1854.

139. Portrait of De Witt CUnton, (1769-1828.)

(49^ X40.) Charles Ingham.

Presented by Nelson Robinson, 1909.

140. View of a Seaport. (48x26 J.)

Presented by John MacGregor, M. P., October 5, 1855.
"I purchased it at the sale of the late Lord Fitzgerald's
collection ; and as a precious historical painting, and not as
a mere Landscape, although it is an admirable Picture." —
Extract from a letter of John MacGregor, M.P., to John
Romeyn Brodheady dated House of Commons, June 19, 1852.

141. Portrait of Luther Bradish, (1783-1863.)

(34 X44.) Thomas Hicks.

Vice President of the Society, 1845-1849, and President,
1850-1863.

Presented by the Artist, March 4, 1856.

142. Portrait of the Earl qf Carlisle, (1748-1825.)

(44 X 56. ) Daniel Huntington.

Presented by the Artist, March 4, 1856.

143. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.)

(20X24.) Oval. John G. Taggart.

From the original by C. L. Elliott.
Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

144. Portrait of Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt, (1818- .)

(25 X 30.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Presented by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt Stebbins, April
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145. Portrait of Capt. John A. Sutter, (1803-1880.)

(14^ X 18.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

146. Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe, (1809-1849.)

(22x26.) Oval. Samuel S. Osgood.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

147. Portrait of Frances S. Osgood, (1811-1850.)

(25 X30.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

148. Portrait of Alice Carey, (1820-1871.)

(25x30.) Oval. Samuel S. Osgood.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswold, 1857.

149. Portrait of Thomas Campbell, (1777-1844.)

(25 X30.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Bequest of Rufus W. Griswc^, 1857.

150. Tobias and the Angel Gabriel. (75x53.)

Rembrandt School.

Thought to be by Ferdinand Boll, one of Rem-
brandt's pupils, and a very successful imitator of the
style of his master. He was born at Dort, 1611; died
1681.

This painting has been highly commended by connois-
seurs and artists — among the latter may be mentioned
the late lamented Thomas Cole.

Presented by T. W. C. Moore, December 1, 1857.

151. Game, Fish, Fruit, Vegetables, etc. (77x59.)

Francis Snyders.

The two figures were probably put in by either Rubens

or JORDAENS.

Presented by T. W. C. Moore, December 1, 1857.

152. The Artist showing his first Picture to his

Parents. Group of Portraits, painted in

1788. (50x43.) William Dunlap.

Presented by John Crumby, 1858.

153. Portrait of James Rivington (1724-1802.)

(28X36.)

Presented by Samuel C. EUis, M.D., January 6, 1858.



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154. Portrait of John Randolph of Roanoke, (1773-

1833.) (22x27.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Painted in Baltimore in 1811 from the original by Jarvis.
Presented by Washington Irving, May 18, 1858.

155. Portrait of Gov. George Clinton, (1739-1812.)

(41 X53.) Ezra Ames.

Presented by George Clinton Tallmadge, May 4, 1858.

156. Portrait of Rajah Rammohun Roy, (1773-

1833.) (25 X 30.) Rembrandt Peak.

Indian Scholar. Painted at London, in August, 1833,
about six weeks before his death.

Presented by J. K. Herrick, April 5, 1858.

157. Portrait of Thomas De Witt, D.D., (1791-

1874.) (25 X30.) William Cogswell.

Second Vice President of the Society, 1840-1849; First
Vice President, 1850-1869, and President, 1869-1871.
]9iesented by the Artist.

158. Portrait of Thomas De Witt, D.D., (1791-

1874.) (29X36.) Samuel B. Waugh.

Presented by Theodore Cuyler, of Philadelphia, and
Morris K. Jesup, of New York, October 5, 1858.

159. Portrait of EUsha Kent Kane, (1820-1857.)

(51 X42.) Thomas Hicks.

Presented by several Ladies of New York, January 4, 1859.

160. Portrait of Aaron Burr, (1756-1836.) (8x10.)

John Vanderlyn.

Presented by ten members of the Society, June 7, 1859.

161. Wreck of the Medusa. (77 X50i.)

Jean L. T. A. Gericault.

Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.

162. Vision of the Archbishop of Rouen. (44 X57.)

C. A. Vanloo.

Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.

163. Peasants Dancing. (77x57.) Carl Bruner.

Bequest of Uriah P. Levy, 1862.



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164. Portrait of Cachasunghia, Osage Warrior.

(15ix21i.) Crayon. St Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

165. Portrait of an Osage Warrior. (15ix21J.)

Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

166. Portrait of Payouska, Chief of the Great

Osages. (15ix21J.) Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

167. Portrait of a Chief of the Little Osages.

(15ix21i.) Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

168. Portrait of an Osage Warrior. (15ix21i.)

Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

169. Portrait of an Indian of the '^lowas of the

Missouri.'' (15ix21i.) Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

170. Portrait of an Indian Girl of the ''lowas of

the Missouri.'' (15ix2U.) Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

171. Portrait of a Delaware Indian. (15ix21i.)

Crayon. St. Memin.

Purchased June 5, 1860.

172. Portrait of Charies Fenno Hoffman, (1806-

1887.) (25X30.) Cephas G. Thompson.

Presented by the Artist, November 6, 1860. '

173. Portrait of Amerieus Vespucius. (30x40.)

Copy from the original by Parmigiano in the Royal
Gallery at Naples.

Presented by R. K. Haight, November 6, 1860.

174. Portrait of Christopher Columbus (30x40.)

Copy from the original by Parmigiano in the Royal
Gallery at Naples.

Presented by R. K. Haight, November 6, 1860.



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175. Portrait of Henry Rutgers, (1745-1830.)

(24 x29.) Henry Inman.

"Painted by the late Henry Inman, about the year
1828. The original I have in my possession, from which
two copies were made by Mr. Inman and given to my
uncle. Col. Rutgers; the one you have received, to his
particular poUtical friend, John Targee, and the other to
the Rutgers College, at New Brunswick, N. J." — Extract
from letter of W. B. Crosby.

Presented by P. R. Bonnett, April 2, 1861.

176. Portrait of Seth Grosvenor. (25 X30.) John G. Taggart.

Founder of the Grosvenor Fund of the Society, 1858.
Painted for the Society and received June 18, 1861.

177. Portrait of Gen. Anthony Wayne, (1745-1796.)

(24X29.)

Presented by George Folsom, June 18, 1861.

178. Portrait of Rip Van Dam, (1662-1736.)

(26X29.) Oval.

Presented by his great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Emily
Verplanck Goodwin, November 4, 1862.

179. Portrait of Mrs. Rip Van Dam, (Sarah Vander-

spiegle. (26x29.) Oval.

Presented by her great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Emily
Verplanck Goodwin, November 4, 1862.

180. Portrait of Henry Abbott, M.D., (1812-1859.)

(51 X40.) Thomas Hicks.

Founder of the Egyptian Museum. Painted for the
Society, 1863.

181. Portrait of Peter Remsen. (26x33.)

Samuel L. Waldo.

Bequest of Edward A. Newton, February 3, 1863.

182. The Sibyl. (25x30.) Daniel Huntington.

Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

183. Portrait of Daniel Stanton. (25x30.)

Charles L. Elliott.

Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.



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184. Portrait of Prosper M. Wetmore, (1798-1876.)

(25 X30.) Charles L. Elliott.

Member of the Executive Committee of the Society,
1842-1848.
Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

185. Portrait of John Wakefield Francis, M.D.,

(1789-1861.) (25X30.) Charles L. Elliott.

Librarian of the Society, 1812-1818, and Corresponding
Secretary, 1817-1818.
Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

186. Portrait of John Wakefield Francis, M.D.,

(1789-1861.) (25X30.) Oval. James Bogle.

Presented by the Artist, March 3, 1868.

187. Portrait of William CuUen Bryant, (1794-

1878.) (25X30.) Henry Peters Gray.

Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1871-
1872, and First Vice President, 1873-1878.
Presented by the American Art Union, April 7, 1863.

188. Portrait of Clarkson Crolius, (1805-1887.)

(24x30.) Ezra Ames.

Painted 1825.

Speaker of the House of Assembly, State of New York, 1825.

Presented by his son, Clarkson Crolius, May 5, 1863.

189. Portrait of Mrs. Clarkson Crolius. (24x29 J.)

Benjamin A . Wallace.

(Wife of the above.)
Bequest of Clarkson Crolius, 1887.

190. Portrait of John Watts, (1749-1836.)

(27X34.) John W. Belles.

Copied from the original by Henry Inman.
Presented by his grandson, J. Watts de Peyster, October
10, 1863.

191. Portrait of John Stanford, D.D., (1754-1834.)

(27 X33i.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Chaplain to the Humane and Criminal Institutions in
the city of New York.

Presented by Aaron B. Hays, March 1, 1864.



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192. Portrait of Bryan Rossiter. (25x30.) John Trumbull

The first sergeant-at-arms of the N. Y. State Society of
the Cincinnati, painted in the uniform of the Revolutionary
Army.

Deposited by the N. Y. State Society of the Cincinnati,
March 1, 1864.

193. Portrait of Richard Bayley, M.D., (1745-1801 .)

(18x21^.) J. H. Lazarus.

From the original by Stuart.
Presented by his grandson, the Rt. Rev. J. Roosevelt
Bayley, D.D., July 4, 1864.

194. Hector parting with his Wife and Child at

the Scsean Gate. (42x48.) Benjamin West

Presented by William H. Webb, January 3, 1865.

195. Chryseis returned to her father Chryses.

(42x48.) Benjamin West

Presented by William H. Webb, January 3, 1865.

196. Portrait of Gen. William Irvine, (1741-1804.)

(25x30.) /. R. Lambdin.

From the original by Robert E. Pine.
Presented by William A. Irvine, November 7, 1865.

197. Portrait of William L. Stone, (1792-1844.)

(25 X30.) Edward D. MarchanL

Member of the Executive Committee of the Society,
1823-1824 and 1843.

Presented by John B. Hall, October 2, 1866.

198. Portrait of Thomas J. Bryan, (1800-1870.)

(25x30.) William 0. Stone.

Founder of the Bryan Collection.
Painted for the Society, 1867.

199. Portrait of Roger Gerard Van Polanen, (1831.)

(25 X30.) James Frothingham.

Minister Resident of the Batavian Republic, 1795-1802.
Presented by S. Alofsen, June 18, 1867.

200. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleek, (1790-1867.)

(13J Xl5i.) G. W. Twibill, Jr.

From the original by Henry Inman. See No. 216.
Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis, May 5, 1868.



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201. Portrait of Fitz-Greene HaUeck, (1790-1867.)

(3iX5.) Pencil drawing, (1831.) Henry Inman.

Presented by Mrs. Charles A. Davis, May 5, 1868.

202. View of the Falls of Niagara. (29x168 J.)

John Trumbull.
Taken from under the Table Rock.
Presented by Dr. Alexander E. Hosack, February 4, 1868.

203. View of the Falls of Niagara. (29xl68§.)

John Trumbull.

Taken from the road two miles below Chippawa.
Presented by Dr. Alexander E. Hosack, February 4, 1868.

204. Portrait of William Johnson, (1770-1848.)

(25i X 31 i.) John Wesley Jarvis.

One of the original corporators of the Society.

Painted in 1819.
Presented by Horace Binney, Jr., April 7, 1868.

205. Portrait of George W. Bethune, D.D., (1805-

1862.) (25X30.) Oval. Rembrandt Peale.

Presented by John H. Brower, June 1, 1869.

206. Theodore Allen. (Cameo.)

Executed in 1835.

Son-in-law of Luman Reed.

Presented by Jonathan Sturges, March 5, 1870.

207. Portrait of James Madison, (1751-1836.)

(20X24.) A.B.Durand.

Presented by P. Kemble Paulding, January 4, 1870.

208. Portrait of James Madison, (1751-1836.)

(Miniature.)

Presented by Miss Mary Cruger, February 3, 1873.

209. Jacob's Dream. (70x51.) Luther Terry.

Presented by Mr. Luther Terry, in the name of the late
Mrs. Eliza Hicks Rieben, March 7, 1871.

210. Portrait of WiUiam W. Van Ness, (1776-1823.)

(26^ X33.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Justice Supreme Court, New York.
Presented by Marshall S. Bid well, November 7, 1871.



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211. Portrait of Ambrose Spencer, (1765-1848.)

(25 X30.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Chief Justice Supreme Court, New York.
Presented by Marshall 8. Bid well, November 7, 1871.

212. Fruit Piece— Strawberries, etc. (19ix23J.)

Nicholas Van Gelder.
Signed N. Van Gelder, 1674.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

213. Fruit Piece— Grapes, etc. (19^x23^.)

Nicholas Van Gelder.

Signed N. Van Gelder, 1674.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

214. Interior— Old Man eating. (11 J X 14 J.)

Dominick Van Tol.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

215. Doctor and Bottle. (7^x9^.) Gerard Douw.

This picture was purchased in Paris in 1832 during the
prevalence of the cholera; it is signed by the artist with his
monogram in the left-hand corner.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

216. Portrait of Fitz-Greene Halleck, (1790-1867.)

(25x30.) Henry Inman.

This picture was painted in the year 1828 for Gen.
George P. Morris.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

217. Female Head. (8|Xll.) Sir Thomas Lawrence.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

218. St. John in the Desert. (6x8.) Juan de Valdez.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

219. St. Peter after denying Christ. (6x8.) Jimn de Valdez.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

220. La Toilette. (141x18.) Jean Franqois De Troy.

A Lady preparing for a masked Ball.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

221. Landscape. (14x16.) Matthew Withoos.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.



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222. Assumption of the Virgin. (24x32.)

Don Juan Carrenno de Miranda.

Bought in Madrid, 1842.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

223. Landscape — Monks at their Devotions.

(45ix33i.) Salvator Rosa.

Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

224. Music Party. {2S^x20.) Anthony Stevers (Palamedes).


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