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

225. Landscape — Gypsies crossing a Brook.

(35x27i.) D. Brown.

Bought at Olmstead's sale, April, 1836, who sold it as a
Morland, unaware perhaps that it was signed by Brown,
who was one of his most successful imitators.
Bequest of T. W. C. Moore, 1872.

226. Portrait of Cinq Mars. (1620-1642.)

(31^X41.) Diego Velazquez.

This picture was bought in Paris, in the year 1827, of Le
Court, a miniature painter, who had it from J. B. Le Prince,
the well-known French artist; the latter said it was a
portrait of Cinq Mars, and by Velazquez.

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

227. Portrait of Frederic de Peyster, (1796-1882.)

(29X36.) G. Gerhard.

Recording Secretary of the Society, 1829-1837; Second
Vice President, 1850-1863, and President, 1864-1866 and
1873-1882.

Painted for the Society, and presented by Frederic de
Peyster, October 1, 1872.

228. Landscape. (8§x7f.) Thomas Gainsborough.

Presented by Maria J. B. Browne, October 1, 1872.

229. Portrait of a Gentleman. (26x35.)

Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

230. Portrait of a Lady. (24x29.)

Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

231. Portrait of a Gentleman. (25x30.)

Presented by Miss Elizabeth Richard, January 7, 1873.

232. Portrait of James Monroe, (1758-1831.)

(Miniature.)

Presented by Miss Mary Cruger, February 4, 1873.



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233-246. The Incas of Peru.

A collection of fourteen paintings in oil on canvas, bear-
ing inscriptions designating the name and succession of
each monarch. They are said to be the original pictures
from which the portraits ot the Incas were engraved for
the work of Herrera — '^Histaria general de los Hechos de los
CasteUanos,^^ etc.. published at the beginning of the 17th
century (1601-15), and reproduced in the edition by Barcia
in 1726-30. This series of the Incas, as given by Herrera,
differs from that of Garcilasso, in the addition of Vrco
(241), who is said to have reigned only eleven days, and
the omission of Yupanqui, the son of Pachacutec (242).
Presented by Frederic de Peyster, April 1, 1873.

233. Manco Capac, First Inca. (21 x23.)

234. Sinchi Roca, Second Inca. (21 x23.)

235. Lloqui Yupanqui, Third Inca. (21x23.)

236. Mayta Capac, Fourth Inca. (21 x23.)

237. Capac Yupanqui, Fifth Inca. (21 X23.)

238. Inca Roca, Sixth Inca. (21x23.)

239. Yahuar Huacac, Seventh Inca. (21 x23.)

240. Viracocha, Eighth Inca. (21 x23.)

241. Vrco, Ninth Inca. (21 x23.)

242. Pachacutec, Tenth Inca. (21 x23.)

243. Tupac Yupanqui, Eleventh Inca. (21 x23.)

244. Huayna Capac, Twelfth Inca. (21 X23.)

245. Huascar, Thirteenth Inca. (21 X23.)

246. Atahualpa, Fourteenth Inca, put to death by

order of Pizarro, August 29, 1533.
(21ix23i.)

247. Portrait of WiUiam Shaler, (1778-1833.)

(22ix28f)

U. S. Consul at Algiers and Havana.
Presented by Daniel P. Ingraham, April 7, 1874.

248. Portrait of Ezra L'Hommedieu, (1734-1811.)

(27^X321.) James Earle.

Presented by Daniel P. Ingraham, April 7, 1874.



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249. Portrait of Erastus C. Benedict, (1800-1880.)

(31 X39.) William H. Powell.

Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society, 1879-
1880; Second Vice President, 1S71, and First Vice Presi-
dent, 1872.

Presented by Erast\is C. Benedict, May 5, 1874.

250. Portrait of Mrs. Estelle A. Lewis, (1824-1880.)

(25X30.) C. L. Elliott.

Presented by Mrs. Lewis, June 2, 1874.

251. Portrait of Rev. John Rodgers, D.D., (1727-

1811.) (7X9.)
Presented by Mrs. William Gerard, October 24, 1874.

252. Portrait of Henry Clay, (1777-1852.)

(25x30.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Presented by Alice Talbot Lancey, February 14, 1875.

253. The Cavalry Charge of Lt. Harry B. Hidden.

(75X45.) V. Nehlig.

This gallant charge was made near Sangster's Station,
Va., March 9, 1862. Lieut. Hidden, with fourteen of the
1st N. Y. Cavalry, charged a rebel outpost of one hundred
and fifty infantry, driving them back, killing three, wound-
ing five, and capturing fourteen. Lieut. Hidden was killed
in the early part of the action.

Presented by William H. Webb, Jime 5, 1875.

254. Interior of the Park Theatre, New York City,

November, 1822. (22^X31.) John Searle.

This water-color drawing of the new Park Theatre was
made for William Bayard by an amateur artist; it repre-
sents the stage as occupied by Charles Mathews in the
character of Morbleu, and Miss Ellen A. Johnson as
Madame Bellegarde in Moncrieffe's popular farce of
" Monsieur Tonson.*' The body of the house was filled by
the artist with portraits of many of the most prominent
citizens of New York at that time.

Presented by the heirs of Mrs. Harriet Bayard Van
Rensselaer, October 5, 1875.

255. Portrait of Robert R. Livingston, (1718-1775.)

(34x45.) John Vanderlyn.

This portrait was painted at Paris, in 1804, and presented
to the American Academy of Fine Arts in New York, July
6, 1805, where it remamed until that institution was
dissolved.
Presented by Mrs. Thomson Livingstone, October 3, 1876.



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256. Portrait of Col. Andrew Warner, (1806-1899.)

(29x36.) George A. Baker.

Recording Secretary of the Society, 184d-1849 and
1854-1899.

Painted for the Society, 1877.

257. Portrait of Gen. Aaron Ogden, (1756-1839.)

(25X30.) A. B. Durand.

Governor of New Jersey, and President-General of the
Society of the Cincinnati.

Painted, 1834.

Presented by several members of the Society, October
2, 1878.

258. Portrait of Gulian C. Verplanck, (1786-1870.)

(25x30.) Charles C. Ingham.

Second Vice President of the Society, 1868-1869, and
First Vice President, 1870.

Painted about 1830.

Presented by several members of the Society, October
2, 1878.

259. Portrait of Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana,

(1795-1876.) (25X30.) Paul L'Ouvner.

Painted from life, about 1858.
Presented by Frederic De Peyster, October 2, 1878.

260. Portrait of John A. Dix, (1798-1879.)

(40x50.) Daniel Huntington.

Second Vice President of the Society, 1870.
Painted for the Society. 1880.
Presented by Charles O Conor.

261. Vase of Flowers. (13x17.) Mary L. Baker.

Presented by Richard E. Mount, February 3, 1880.

262. Portrait of Charles P. Daly, (1817-1899.)

(25X30.) William Page.

Founder of the "Charles P. Daly Fund" of the Society.

Painted in 1848.

Presented, June 7, 1881, by Mrs. Charles P. Daly.

263. Portrait of a Lady. (34x46.)

Presented by Frederic De Peyster, February 7, 1882.

264. Portrait of a Gentleman. (34x46.)

This and the preceding picture came from Castleton,
Staten Island, N. Y., the former residence of the Colonial
Governor, Colonel Thomas Dongan. They are portraits
of members of the Dongan family, and were purchased
from the collection of the Hon. Caleb Lyon, January, 1882.

Presented by Frederic De Peyster, February 7, 1882.



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265. Portrait of Cornelius Steenwyck, ( -1684.)

(9iXl2i.)^

Presented by Mrs. Eliza M. Clarke, of the Locusts,
near Shrewsbury, N. J., November 4, 1856, through G. de
Haert Gillespie, Esq.

266. Portrait of Cornelius Steenwyck, ( -1684.)

(24|xl3^) Jan Van Goosen.

steenwyck was prominent in the early annals of New
York as Burgomaster, etc., under the Dutch, and Member
of the Assembly, Alderman. Member of the Council, and
Mayor under the English rule. This picture is supposed to
have been painted at Haarlem, Holland, 1667-1668, at
which time Steenwyck was visiting his sister, the wife of
the artist Van Goosen. It remained for more than a
century in the family of Colonel Anthony White, from one
of whose descendants — Miss Isabella J. Evans, of New
Brunswick, N. J. — it came into the possession of the
Society in December, 1882.

The portrait is surmounted by the arms of Steenwyck,
and below it is a view of the city of New Amsterdam, from
a sketch made about 1656. The head of Steenwyck, No.
265 of this Catalogue, seems to have been copied from this
picture.

Presented by several members of the Society, December
5, 1882.

267. Portrait of Thomas Payne, (1717-1799.)

(23X29.) G. Vander Puyl.

Original of the portrait engraved for Dibdin's Decameron.

268. Portrait of John Payne. (25x30.)

Thomas G. WainewrighL

The two preceding portraits, of father and son, cele-
brated London booksellers, were obtained from Mr. J. T.
Payne, grandson, by Mr. F. S. Ellis, of London, and by
him presented to the Society, April 3, 1883.

269. Portrait of Richard Hildreth, (1807-1865.)

(25X30.) Robert M. Pratt.

Painted in 1858.
Presented by Miss Eugenia C. Pratt, February 5, 1884.

270. Portrait of Nicholas P. Trist, (1800-1874.)

(25X30.) Robert M. Pratt.

Painted in 1852.
Presented by Miss Eugenia C. Pratt, February 5, 1884.

271. Portrait of Roger Strong, (1762-1836.)

(10x28 J.) John Vanderlyn.

Presented bv his granddaughter. Miss Frances G. Man-
kin, May 5, 1885.



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272. Portrait of Robert Benson, (1739-1823.)

(24X30.) John Trumbull

Painted, 1804, when the subject was in his 65th year.
Bequest of Robert Benson, Jr., May 5, 1885.

273. Portrait of Henry Benson, (1741-1823.)

(25x30.) John Vanderlyn.

Painted, 1823, when the subject was 82 years of age.
Bequest of Robert Benson, Jr., May 5, 1885.

274. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.)

(Miniature.) John Trumbull.

Judge- Advocate-General, War of the Revolution, Mem-
ber of Congress, and U. S. Senator from New York, Judge
U. S. District Court.

Painted at Philadelphia, 1792.
Presented by J. L. and G. C. McWhorter, January 5, 18S6.

275. Portrait of Augustus Schell, (1812-1884.)

(22x27.) Eastman Johnson.

First Vice President of the Society, 1871, and President,
1872, 1883-1884. Painted, 1885.

Presented by Mrs. Anna Schell, January 5, 1886.

276. Return of the 69th Regiment, N. Y. S. M.,

from the Seat of War. (140x87.) Louis Lang.

This regiment returned to the city of New York, on the
morning of the 27th of July, 1861, after three months'
service in the South, when it received a popular ovation,
which the artist has faithfully depicted. The picture rep-
resents the troops turning into Broadway from Battery
Place, where they had landed. The faces are mainly
studies from life.

Presented by the Artist, October 5, 1886.

277. Portrait of Benjamin H. Field, (1814-1893.)

(29x36.) Daniel Huntington.

Treasurer of the Societv, 1860-1877; Second Vice
President, 1878^1884, and President, 1885-1886. Painted,
1875.

Bequest of Mrs. Catharine M. Van Cortlandt Field,
February 1, 1887.

278. Portrait of Caroline E. S. Norton, (1808-1877.)

(40x50.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Painted, 1839.
Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, November 1,

1887.



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279. St. Peter's denial of Christ. (65x45.)

Samuel S. Osgood.

Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, October 2, 1888.

280. Christ in the Praetorium. (38x50.) Samuel S. Osgood.

Presented by Mrs. Samuel S. Osgood, October 2, 1888.

281. Portrait of Daniel Webster, (1782-1852.)

(25x30.) George P. A. Healy.

Painted in 1842.
Presented by J. Pierpont Morgan, October 2, 1888.

282. Portrait of Lord Ashburton (Alexander Baring),

(1774-1848.) (25X30.) George P. A. Healy.

Painted in 1842.
Presented by J. Pierpont Morgan, October 2, 1888.

283. Portrait of John Hampden Pleasants,

(1797-1846.) (22X26.) Oval.

Founder of the Richmond Whig, and its Editor for
twenty-two years. Killed in a duel, February 27, 1846.

Presented by Messrs. A. S. Buford, T. William Pem-
berton and Thomas Potts, 1889.

284. Portrait of John Alstyne, (1800-1869.)

(33x41.) Charles L. Elliott.

Painted in 1866.
Presented by the Heirs of George P. Clapp, March 4, 1890.

285. Portrait of Henry Ten Broeck, (1754-1830.)

(24x30.) John Paradise.

Painted in 1814.
Presented by Henry Ten Broeck Gamage, June 2, 1891.

286. Portrait of Capt. John Waddell, ( -1762.)

(28X35.)

Presented by Edmond B. South wick, December 1, 1891.

287. Portrait of Mrs. John Waddell (Anne Kirton),

(1716-1773.) (28x35.)

Presented by Edmond B. South wick, December 1, 1891.

288. Portrait of MaximiUan I., Emperor of Mexico,

(1832-1867.) (36X47.) Oval.

Bequest of Mrs. Parthenia T. Norton, 1892.



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289. Portrait of Carlota, Empress of Mexico.

(36X47.) Oval.

Bequest of Mrs. Parthenia T. Norton, 1892.

290. Portrait of John Alsop King, (1816-1900.)

(38x45.) Robert Hinckley.

President of the Society, 1887-1900.
Painted for the Society, 1892.

291. Portrait of Rear- Admiral Samuel L. Breese,

U. S. N., (1794-1870.) (25x30.)

Daniel Huntington.

Painted in 1872.
Bequest of his widow, Mrs. E. L. Breese, 1892.

292. Portrait of Myron HoUey, (1779-1841.)

(24x29.)

Presented by his (laughter, Miss Sallie Holley, February
2, 1892.

293. Portrait of Col. Zachary Taylor, (1784-1850.)

(20X24.)

Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., April 5, 1892.

294. Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, seated in her library,

(1829-1893.) (24x15.)

Author of the History of the City of New York.
Bequest of Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, 1893.

295. Portrait of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, or Red Jacket.

(19X29.) Robert W. Weir.

Painted from life in 1828 at New York City.
Presented by Winthrop Chanler, February 7, 1893.

296. Portrait of John De Peyster, 1798. (25x30.)

Chmles Wilson Peak.

Presented bv his grandson, Christopher Champlin,
June 5, 1894. '

297. Portrait of Mrs. John De Peyster (Elizabeth

Haring). (1743-1821.) (25 X30.)

Charles Wilson Peale.

Painted in 1798.
Presented by her grandson, Christopher Champlin,
June 5, 1894.



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298. Portrait of Mrs. Christopher Champlin,

(1749-1823.) (231X28.)

Presented by her grandson, Christopher Champlin,
June 5, 1894.

299. Portrait of Col. Johannes Knickerbacker,

(1749-1827.) (21X25.)

Commander of the 14th Albany Regiment in the War of
the Revolution. Bequest of his grandson, the Rt. Rev.
David B. Knickerbacker, 1895.

300. Portrait of Herman Knickerbacker,

(1782-1855.) (22X29.)

Bequest of his son, the Rt. Rev. David B. Knicker-
backer, 1895.

301. Portrait of Capt. Daniel Delavan, (1757-1835.)

(25X30.) , John Trumbull.

Captain of Light Horse, War of the Revolution.
Presented by Marinus Willett Dominick, May 7, 1895.

302. Portrait of Commodore James Nicholson,

U. S. N., (1737-1804.) (25x30.)

Presented by the Count de Gallatin, June 4,-1895.

303. Portrait of Rev. Alexander McWhorter, D.D.,

(1734-1807.) Crayon. (8x10.)

Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

304. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander McWhorter (Mary

Camming). Crayon. (8x10.)

Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

305. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander N. Macomb (Julia

Anna McWTiorter). (3x3|.) Benjamin Trott.

Miniature on ivory. Presented by George C. Mc-
Whorter, October 1, 1895.

306. Portrait of James H. Allen. (2x2i-.)

Grandson of Chief Justice Allen of Pennsylvania. Born
1768, died 1778. Miniature on ivory. Presented by
George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.

307. Portrait of Mrs. George Ogilvie (Ann McWhor-

ter). Crayon. (7^x10.)

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308. Portrait of John Lawrance, (1750-1810.)

(8x9i.)

Presented by George C. McWhorter, October 1, 1895.
See No. 274.

309. Portrait of the Rev. Hooper Gumming.

(25x30.) Henry Inman.

Bequest of Mrs. Julia C. Van Arsdale Jones, 1896.

310. Portraits of Mrs. Hooper Gumming (Sophie

Wright) and daughter Harriet, who married
Edward A. Jee. (24x30.) Rembrandt Peale.

Bequest of Mrs. Julia C. Van Arsdale Jones, 1896.

311. Portrait of Sir William Johnson, Bart,

(1715-1774.) (25X30.)

Copy from the original in the possession of his great-
granason.
Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

312. Portrait of Mrs. Augustus Jay (Anna Maria

Bayard), (1670- .) (29ix37.)

Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

313. View in the Swiss Alps, 1845. (36x44.) A. Castell

Presented by Edward F. de Lancey, October 6, 1896.

314. Portrait of David Gelston, (1744-1828.)

(27x33 J.) John Wesley Jarvis.

Presented by his granddaughter, Mrs. Henry R.
Winthrop, January 5, 1897.

315. Seaport in Holland. (24Jxl7|.) Adam Willaerts.

Signed and dated 1640.
Presented by Mrs. Susan C. Warren, May 4, 1897.

316. View of the Yosemite Valley, 1865. (71x54.)

Thomas Hill.

Presented by Charles T. Harbeck, June 1, 1897.

317. Sepia Drawing of Trinity and Grace Ghurches,

New York City. (36 X25.) William Strickland.

Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., October 5, 1897.

318. Sepia Drawing of St. Paul's Ghurch, New York

City. (36x25.) William Strickland.

Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., October 5, 1897.



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319. Portrait of Eugene Keteltas, (1802-1876.)

(25X30.) WiUiam 0. Stone.

Bequest of Henry Keteltas, 1898.

320. Portrait of Eldad Holmes. (27x34.)

First President of the Tradesmen's Bank of New York.
Presented by the Bank, February 6, 1900.

321. Portrait of Preserved Fish, (1766-1846.)

(33X42.)

Fourth President of the Tradesmen's Bank of New York.
Presented by the Bank, February 6, 1900.

322. Portrait of Edwin Smith. (28x34.) Francisco Anelli.

Pres^ited by Mr. Smith, May 1, 1900.

323. Portrait of George P. Morris, (1802-1864.)

(21X24.) Charles L. Elliott.

Poet and Journalist.
Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., November 7, 1900.

324. Portrait of WilUam Kelby, (1841-1898.)

(29x36.) Robert Hinckley.

Assistant Librarian of the Society, 1857-1893, and
Librarian, 1893, until his death, 1898.

Painted for the Society, 1901.

325. Portrait of Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Henry

Keteltas, U. S. A., (1838-1896.) (37x60.)

Marietta Cotton.
Presented by his sister, Alice Keteltas, June 4, 1901.

326. Portrait of Colonel Peter R. Livingston,

(1737-1794.) (28X36.) William H. Powell

Bequest of Mrs. William S. Livingston, 1901.

327. Portrait of WilUam Walton, (1706-1768.)

(25X29.)

Presented by Dr. William Walton Verplanck.

328. Portrait of WilUam Walton, (1706-1768.)

(40X50.)

Bequest of Theodora M. Storm, 1902.

329. Portrait of Mrs. William Walton (Cornelia

Beekman), (1708-1786.) (40x50.)

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330. Portrait of The Very Rev. Eugene Augustus

Hoflfman, D.D., (1829-1902.) (40x60.)

Harry T. See.

Foreign Corresponding Secretary of the Society,
1896-1900, and President, 1901-1902.

Painted for the Society, 1902.

331. Portrait of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman.

(54x36.) J. Carroll Beckwith.

President of the Society, 1903-1912.
Painted for the Society, 1909.

332. Portrait of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman.

(52x36.) Rudolph Schmidt.

President of the Society, 1903-1912.
Presented by the Artist, March 7, 1911.

333. Portrait of Zophar Mills, (1809-1887.)

(36x42.) Frank B. Carpenter.

Presented by his daughter, Adelaide Mills, November
24, 1902.

334. Portrait of David Grim, (1737-1826.)

(28x36.) Samuel L. Waldo.

Painted, 1812.
Bequest of Sophie E. Minton, December 2, 1902.

335. Landscape. Sunset. (25x37.) A. B. Durand.

The last picture painted by the Artist, 1878, aged 83
years.

Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

336. Study from Nature. (10x14.) A. B. Durand.

Made at Hoboken, N. J., before 1834.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

337. Study from Nature. (11x14^.) A. B. Durand.

Made at Hoboken, N. J., before 1834.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

338. Ideal Head. A suggestion from life.

(21ix27.) A. B. Durand.

Painted, 1836.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
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339. Portraits, three children with landscape acces-

sories. (29x37.) A. B. Durand.

Painted about 1834.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

340. Landscape. Sunday morning. (25x36.)

A. B. Durand.

Pamted, 1839.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

341. II Pappagallo. (24x30.) A. B. Durand.

Painted from a model in Rome, 1840.
Presented by the children of the Artist, through John
Durand, April 7, 1903.

342. A Dream of Arcadia. Study for original pic-

ture. (9X14.) Thomas Cole.

Presented by the children of the late Asher B. Durand,
through John Durand, April 7, 1903.

343. Portrait of Asher B. Durand, (1796-1886.)

(15x19^.) William Jewett.

Painted in 1825.
Presented by the children of the late Asher B. Durand,
through John Durand, April 7, 1903.

344. Portrait of PhUip W. Engs, (1790-1875.)

(22x27i.)

Presented bv his grandson, Henry A. Bostwick, April
7, 1903. [

345. View of New York about 1753. (37i X60.)

Presented, December 6, 1904, by Miss Cornelia LeRoy
White in the name of Goldsborough Banyer, late a
Fellow of the Society.

346. Sacrifice of Abraham. (37^X40.) Dutch School

Presented by Mrs. Peter Gerard Stuyvesant Ten
Broeck, May 2, 1905.

347. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant, (1592-1672.)

(22ixl7f.)

Painted from life.
Director General of New Netherland, 1640-1664.
Presented by his great-great-great-great-grandson,
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348/Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant. (25x30.)

Copy from the origin&l.
Presented by Nicholas William Stuyvesant, January 9, 1829.

349. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant,

(1648-1698.) (25X35.)

Son of Peter Stuyvesant.
Presented by his great-great-great-grandson, Robert
Van Rensselaer Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

350. Portrait of Gerardus Stuyvesant, (1690-1777.)

(25X30.)

Son of Nicholas William Stuyvesant.
Presented by his great-great-grandson, Robert Van
Rensselaer Stujrvesant, June 6, 1905.

351. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant,

(1722-1780.) (25X30.)

Son of Gerardus Stuyvesant.
Presented by his great-grandson, Robert Van Rens-
selaer Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

352. Portrait of Petrus Stuyvesant, (1727-1805.)

(25X30.) Gilbert C. StuarL

Son of Gerardus Stu3rvesant.
Presented by his great-grandson, Robert Van Rens-
selaer Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

353. Portrait of Nicholas William Stuyvesant,

(1769-1833.) (25X30.)

Son of Petrus Stuyvesant.
Presented by his grandson, Robert Van Rensselaer
Stuyvesant, June 6, 1905.

354. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant, (1796-1860.)

(24X30.)

Son of Nicholas William Stuyvesant.
Presented by his son, Robert Van Rensselaer Stuyve-
sant, June 6, 1905.

355. View near Fort Montgomery, New York.

(21x14.) Water Color. William G. Wall.

Presented by Daniel Parish, Jr., July 19, 19a5.

356. View of the Highlands looking South from

Newburgh Bay. (21x14.) Water Color.

WiUiam G. Wall.

Presented by Danid Parish, Jr., July 19, 1905.



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NO. SUBJECTS OF PAINTINGS. ARTISTS.

357. Portrait of Peter Augustus Jay, (1776-1842.)

(27x33.) Charles F. Saltza.

From the original by A. B. Durand.

Second Vice President, of the Society, 1823; First Vice
President, 1824^1827; President, 1840-1842.

Presented by his daughter, Mrs. Matthew Clarkson,
June 6, 1905.

358. View of the Dongan Manor House. (1876.)

(19X13.) J. H. Wright.

West New Brighton, New York.
Presented by Joseph T. Williamson, October 5, 1905.

359. '^The Fight in the Air.'' (68x49i)

Sigmund Lachenwitz.

Presented by Mrs. Fancher Nicoll, May 1, 1906.

360. Portrait of Henry Dexter, (1813-1910.)

(40X52.) Charles A. Whipple.

Patron. Painted for the Society, 1901.

361. Portrait of Orrando Perry Dexter, (1853-1903.)

(24x30.) CharUs A. Whipple.

Presented by his father, Henry Dexter, July 30, 1906.

362. Portrait of James William Beekman, (1815-

1877.) (22X27.) Walter Satterlee.

From the original by Thomas Leclbar.
Second Vice President of the Society, 1872-1877.
Presented by his sons, Gerard and James William
Beekman, December 4, 1906.


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