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1. Catalogue of an important and highly estimable collection of antient pictures : selected from the Italian, German, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish & French Schools, at a cost of upwards of twenty thousand pounds selected from the Italian, German, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish & French schools, at a cost of upwards of twenty thousand pounds ... : and especially three grand gallery paintings, The Triumph of Charity, by Rubens : The Meeting of Jacob & Esau, Murillo : Triumph of Bacchus & Ariadne, L. Giordano : Tribute Money, by S. Del Piombo : The Elevation of the Cross, by Procaccion : Portrait of the Duke of Mantua, by Raffaelle : St. John, by A. Del Sarto : ... landscape by Both, Berghem and Wynants : village scene by A. Ostade : two gems by W. V. Velde : a Forest Scene, and four others by Ruysdael : The Christening and other subjects, by Jan Streen : four landscapes by N. & G. Poussin : a Hunting Party, and two others by Wouvermans : a Home Park, by A. V. Velde : interior of a church, by De Witt and Terburg : the Descent from the Cross and Nativity, by Plazer, ... : and other equally estimable productions by Titian, Domenichino, Albano, the Poussins, C. Cignani, S. Del Piobo, Terburg, Metzu, Mieris, Wouvermans, Both, Ruysdael, Ostade, G. Douw, Netscher, Rubens, Teniers, De Witt, P. De Hooghe, J. Steen, Backhuysen, Capella, Moucheron, Van Helmont : the whole of which are to be submitted to unreserved sale by Mr. Phillips at his great rooms, New Bond Street, on Friday, 15th, and Saturday, 16th of May, 1840, at one o'clock precisely each day.
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