Saturday, September 28, 2013
Also in the room is Tiepolo's Glorification of the Barbaro Family.
We asked the guard how the rooms were laid out. He told us they were arranged by region, with the north on the left and Italy on the right. We decided to begin in the north and immediately came upon this wonderful double portrait of the Count and Countess of Egmond (c. 1516) by a Netherlandish painter.
This pair of portraits of Tommaso di Falco Portinari and his wife, Maria Portinari by Hans Memling was along the same wall.
In the next room I admired this triptych, The Penitence of Saint Gerome (1512-1515) by Joachim Patinir
Bill admired this winter landscape by Salomon Von Ruysdael