The Leuchtenberg Gallery was the collection of artworks of the Dukes of Leuchtenberg, on public display in Munich. The collection was widely known in 19th-century Europe, due to being open to the public and having a high-quality illustrated catalogue in different languages, and was considered one of the most important private collections of the time. The collection was a heritage from Napoleonic times through Joséphine de Beauharnais, but with new additions by the subsequent Dukes, especially Eugène de Beauharnais. In 1810, Eugène de Beauharnais bought part of the collection of Giovanni Francesco Arese, including at least one painting by Peter Paul Rubens. By 1841, the collection was largely complete.
The Gallery was located in the Palais Leuchtenberg, the house of the Leuchtenberg family in Munich, built by Leo von Klenze between 1817 and 1821. It was opened to the public from at least 1837 on. The collection was catalogued in French and German from 1825 on, with a new version in German from 1841 on, and in an illustrated catalogue in English in 1852. After the death of Duke Maximilian in 1852, the Gallery was closed, the collection divided between his children, and the Palace sold to Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria. Part of the collection was transferred to Saint Petersburg in 1854, where it was displayed in the Mariinsky Palace, and from 1870 on was lent to the Imperial Academy of Arts. The remainder moved together with Eugen Maximilianovich, Duke of Leuchtenberg, from Munich to Saint Petersburg in 1863. While the collection was still growing in the 1860s with purchases by Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia, by the end of the century, some works were being sold off. The majority of the collection remained together until the Russian Revolution in 1917, when it was dispersed and a number of paintings sold in Sweden. Many works were acquired by the Hermitage and the Pushkin Museum, with others ending up in museums all over the world. For example, Parmigianino's Circumcision of Jesus is now housed at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The remaining works are either lost or in private collections.
This is the full collection from the 1852 catalogue of the Gallery, listed with the most common modern name for the artists instead of the names used in the catalogue. In addition, some works present in the 1826 or 1841 catalogues but not in the 1852 catalogue have been included. Where known, the most recent attribution and current location of the work have been noted. The first appearance of a work in an older catalogue of the Gallery has also been indicated. This includes the 1826 and expanded 1841 German language catalogues.
|Painter||Nationality||Work||Current attribution||Current location||Notes||First noted||Image|
|Andreas Achenbach and Joseph Andreas Weiss||German||Storm at sea: harbour of Hoegameos in Sweden||1841|
|Albrecht Adam||German||Attack by French cavalry||1826|
|Albrecht Adam||German||Outposts of French horse artillery||1826|
|Albrecht Adam||German||Two French cuirassiers saving a wounded officer||1826|
|Albrecht Adam||German||French battery defended against Austrian Hussars||1826|
|Albrecht Adam||German||Battle of the Moscowa: death of general Caulincourt||1826|
|Francesco Albani||Italian||Jupiter, in the shape of a bull, carrying off Europa||Francesco Albani||Auctioned (but not sold) in Sweden in 2012 with an estimated value of about €300,000||1826|
|Francesco Albani||Italian||Venus awaiting Adonis||1841|
|Francesco Albani||Italian||Venus adorned by the Graces||1841|
|Baldassare Aloisi||Italian||Cupid with his bow||Pomponio Amidano||Sold at Sotheby's in 1996||1826|
|Baldassare Aloisi||Italian||Portrait of a young student||1841|
|Sofonisba Anguissola||Italian||Portrait of the Queen of Cyprus||Sofonisba Anguissola||lost||Later identified as a self-portrait||1826|
|Andrea Appiani||Italian||Napoleon sitting on his throne||Andrea Appiani||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Andrea Appiani||Italian||Napoleon as King of Italy||1841|
|Jan Asselijn||Dutch||Seaport illuminated by the setting sea||Jan Asselijn||Sold at Christie's in London in 2007 for £36,500||1826|
|Ludolf Bakhuizen||Dutch||A slightly agitated sea, with ships||1826|
|Fra Bartolomeo||Italian||Madonna della Misericordia||1826|
|Jacopo Bassano||Italian||Christ bearing his cross||1826|
|Jacopo Bassano||Italian||Stoning of St. Stephen||1826|
|Gentile Bellini||Italian||Mary holding the infant saviour on her knee||1826|
|Gentile Bellini||Italian||Circumcision of the infant Jesus||Vincenzo Catena||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Giovanni Bellini||Italian||The Madonna and child with a goldfinch||Pietro degli Ingannati||Sold as "Circle of Giovanni Bellini" at Christie's in 1997 for $167,500||1841|
|Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem||Dutch||Summer evening: Italian herdsmen with cattle||1826|
|Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem||Dutch||Travellers and herdsmen at a stream||1826|
|Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem||Dutch||Shepherd's boy and shepherdesses with cattle||1826|
|Johan Christian Berger||Swedish||Entrance to the harbour of Calmar, in Sweden||1841|
|Jean-Joseph-Xavier Bidauld||French||Rocky landscape and mountain stream||1826|
|Carlo Bononi||Italian||The sons of Jacob bringing to him the bloodstained garment of Joseph||1826|
|Paris Bordone||Italian||Christ taking leave of his mother||Paris Bordone||Philadelphia Museum of Art||1826|
|Paris Bordone||Italian||Hilly landscape, with St. Jerome and a lion||Paris Bordone||Philadelphia Museum of Art||1841|
|Giuseppe Bossi||Italian||Last supper
(copy of the work by Leonardo da Vinci)
|Bronzino||Italian||Portrait of Laura Battiferri||Bronzino||Palazzo Vecchio in Florence||1826|
|Bronzino||Italian||Pieta: the corpse of Christ on the lap of Mary||1826|
|François Boucher||French||Cupid discharging an arrow||1826|
|Pieter Bruegel the Elder||Flemish||Landscape with travellers||1841|
|Heinrich Bürkel||German||Winter landscape with village church||1841|
|Butz (?), after Joseph Karl Stieler||German||Portrait of His Royal Highness, Prince Eugene, Duke of Leuchtenberg||1841|
|Canaletto||Italian||A square in Venice||1826|
|Canaletto||Italian||Church of S. Giorgio Maggiore in Venice||1841|
|Simone Cantarini||Italian||The rest on the flight into Egypt||Simone Cantarini||Sold at Christie's in 1992 for $37,400||1826|
|Giovanni Francesco Caroto||Italian||Three saints: Roch, Anthony Abbot, and Lucy||Cima da Conegliano||Metropolitan Museum of Art||1826|
|Annibale Carracci||Italian||Burial of Christ||Annibale Carracci||Metropolitan Museum of Art||1826|
|Annibale Carracci||Italian||John the Baptist sitting by the side of a river||1826|
|Joseph Charles Cogels||Flemish||Old port of Antwerp||1826|
|Joseph Charles Cogels||Flemish||New quay at Antwerp||1826|
|Cima da Conegliano||Italian||Madonna and child||Cima da Conegliano||Hermitage||1852|
|Carl Conjola||German||A mountainous region with a wild sow||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Antonio da Correggio||Italian||The Holy Virgin kneeling before the Infant Christ||1841|
|Antonio da Correggio (school of)||Italian||A young man, dressed in black, sits at a writing table||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Giuseppe Crespi||Italian||A card party||In 1841 attributed to Daniele Crespi||1841|
|Aelbert Cuyp||Dutch||Fruit piece||1826|
|Jan Frans van Dael||Flemish||Flower piece||Jan Frans van Dael||Pushkin Museum (as Offering to Flora)||1826|
|Jan Frans van Dael||Flemish||Fruit piece||Jan Frans van Dael||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Jan Frans van Dael||Flemish||Spring flowers in a stone vase||1826|
|Jan Frans van Dael||Flemish||Bunch of blue grapes||1826|
|Jacques-Louis David||French||Brutus after pronouncing sentence of death on his sons||A preparatory sketch for The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of His Sons||1826|
|Cornelis Gerritsz Decker||Dutch||Fishermen's huts near a river||1826|
|Jean-Louis de Marne||French||Cattle market, with many figures||1826|
|Balthasar Denner||German||Head of an old lady||1841|
|Cantius Dillis||German||View near Nesselau in the Bavarian Highlands||1826|
|Cantius Dillis||German||Stone bridge near the mill at Andorf||1826|
|Johann Georg von Dillis||German||Mill near a waterfall||1826|
|Simon van der Does||Dutch||Shepherd's family and flock, resting under high trees||Jacob van der Does||Sold at Kinsky Auktionen, Vienna, in 2007||1826|
|Carlo Dolci||Italian||Saint John the Evangelist||Carlo Dolci||Sold at Christie's in 2007 for $289,000||1826|
|Domenichino||Italian||Saint Sebastian, tied to a tree and pierced by arrows||1826|
|Domenichino||Italian||Landscape: God appearing to Moses in the burning bush||1826|
|Domenichino||Italian||Landscape: an angel meeting Balaam on his ass||1826|
|Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger||German||Sawing-mill on a rapidly flowing mountain river||1826|
|Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger||German||Waterfall near a mill: stormy weather||1826|
|Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger||German||Waterfall near a sawing-mill||1841|
|Dosso Dossi||Italian||A conjurer performing at a table||Dosso Dossi||Pushkin Museum||1841|
|Gerrit Dou||Dutch||A physician looking at an urinal||1841|
|Anthony van Dyck||Flemish||Portrait of Marquis Ambrogio Spinola||Peter Paul Rubens (studio of)||Saint Louis Art Museum||1826|
|Anthony van Dyck||Flemish||Portrait of a man||1826|
|Anthony van Dyck||Flemish||Children of Charles I, king of England||1826|
|Anthony van Dyck||Flemish||Portrait of the celebrated artist, Sophonisba Anguisciola||1826|
|Allaert van Everdingen||Dutch||Rocky scene in Norway||1826|
|Carl Johan Fahlcrantz||Swedish||View of the castle of Leckoe||1841|
|Carl Johan Fahlcrantz||Swedish||The harbour of Stockholm||1841|
|Thomas Fearnley||Norwegian||View of Stockholm, from Kungsholmen||1841|
|Gaudenzio Ferrari||Italian||The holy family: Mary with the infant Jesus, Joseph, and St. John||1826|
|Gaudenzio Ferrari||Italian||The Lord's supper||1841|
|François Fleury-Richard||French||Valentine of Milan weeping for the death of her husband Louis of Orléans||François Fleury-Richard||Hermitage||It came into the Leuchtenberg collection through Empress Josephine, who had acquired the work in 1805. The work was last seen in 1904 and considered lost afterwards, until it reappeared in 1998.||1826|
|François Fleury-Richard||French||King Charles VII, on his departure for battle, writing to Agnes Sorel||1826|
|François Fleury-Richard||French||The Duchess de la Vallière in the Nunnery of the Carmelites||1826|
|François Fleury-Richard||French||Henry IV presenting some sweetmeats to the Duke of Bellegarde, who has hidden himself under the bed of Gabrielle d'Estrées||1826|
|Lavinia Fontana||Italian||Nuptials of St. Catherine||1826|
|Louis Nicolas Philippe Auguste de Forbin||French||Cloister church at Coimbra: coronation of Inez de Castro||1826|
|Louis Nicolas Philippe Auguste de Forbin||French||Ossian singing the deeds of departed heroes||1826|
|Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle||French||Interior of the church of St. Ambrosius, Milan||1826|
|Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle||French||Peasant from Béarn presenting Henry IV with cheese||1826|
|Marcantonio Franceschini||Italian||The Triumph of Venus||Marcantonio Franceschini||Sold at Christie's in 2006 for £72,000||1826|
|Maria Elektrine von Freyberg||German||The holy virgin and infant Christ||1841|
|Maria Elektrine von Freyberg||German||The three Maries at the tomb of Christ||1826|
|François Gérard||French||Portrait of empress Joséphine||François Gérard||Hermitage||1841|
|François Gérard||French||Belisarius||François Gérard||unknown||A smaller study for this work is currently in the J. Paul Getty Museum, but the current location of this finished version is unknown||1826|
|Marguerite Gérard||French||Mother kissing her child||Marguerite Gérard||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Giorgione||Italian||Herodias receiving the head of St. John the Baptist||1826|
|Giorgione||Italian||Christ in the lap of his mother||1826|
|Giorgione||Italian||Adoration of the shepherds||1826|
|Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson||French||The apotheosis of the French heroes||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|François Marius Granet||French||The painter Jacques Stella in prison||François Marius Granet||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Jean-Baptiste Greuze||French||A girl in the attitude of supplication||Jean-Baptiste Greuze||Sold at Sotheby's in 2007 for $78,000||1826|
|Guercino||Italian||Portrait of a Lawyer||Guercino||Sold in 2004 at Sotheby's as the Portrait of Francesco Righetti, for £431,200||1826|
|Guercino||Italian||The woman taken in adultery||1826|
|Guercino||Italian||St. Jerome startled by the sound of an angel's trumpet||Guercino||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Pierre-Narcisse Guérin||French||Anacreon and Cupid||1826|
|Hortense Haudebourt-Lescot||French||A little Savoyard playing several instruments at once||1826|
|Jan Davidsz. de Heem||Dutch||Group of fruit||1826|
|Carl Wilhelm von Heideck||German||Winter landscape: a countryman carrying wood on a sledge||1826|
|Carl Wilhelm von Heideck||German||Attack by a regiment of French cuirassiers||1826|
|Carl Wilhelm von Heideck||German||The Duke of Leuchtenberg rescuing Col. Klisky at Lowicz||1841|
|Carl Wilhelm von Heideck||German||A countryman driving a load of hay||1826|
|Louis Hersent||French||Fénélon restoring to poor peasants a cow taken by the enemy||1826|
|Heinrich Maria von Hess||German||Faith, Love, and Hope, sitting under an oak||Heinrich Maria von Hess||Hermitage||1826|
|Peter von Hess||German||Village of Partenkirchen and Mount Zugspitze||Peter von Hess||Hermitage||1826|
|Peter von Hess||German||Cossacks preparing to surprise a French outpost||1826|
|Peter von Hess||German||Bivouac of Polish cavalry||1826|
|Jan van der Heyden||Dutch||Country house by the side of a river||1841|
|Meindert Hobbema||Dutch||A village church in an oak forest||1826|
|Hans Holbein the Elder||German||Portrait of St. Thomas More||1841|
|Hans Holbein the Younger||German||A man and woman at a table with viands||1826|
|Gijsbert d' Hondecoeter||Dutch||Two domestic cocks and two hens||Gijsbert d' Hondecoeter||For sale at Sotheby's in 2008||1826|
|Melchior d' Hondecoeter||Dutch||A hen, chickens and cock defending themselves against a turkey||1826|
|Pieter de Hooch||Dutch||Interior of a Dutch room, with a lady reading a paper||1826|
|Pieter de Hooch||Dutch||A man offering a glass of wine to a woman||Pieter de Hooch||Hermitage||1852|
|Jan van Huysum||Dutch||Flowers in an ornamented vase||1826|
|Ludolf Leendertsz de Jongh||Dutch||Huntsmen taking refreshments in a Dutch farmhouse||1826|
|Jan Kobell||Dutch||Pasture ground: a herdsman milking a cow||Sold in Munich in 1933 at Hugo Helbing auction house||1826|
|Wilhelm von Kobell||German||View of the city of Munich, from the east||1826|
|Wilhelm von Kobell||German||Huntsman on horseback speaking to a countrywoman at the roadside||1826|
|Joseph Anton Koch||Austrian||The San Francesco di Civitella monastery||Joseph Anton Koch||Hermitage||1841|
|Aleksander Lauréus||Finnish||Italian country people in a tavern||Listed as "Alexander Laurens" in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Johan le Ducq||Dutch||A knight surveying the cleaning of his armour||1826|
|Johan le Ducq||Dutch||A convivial party of Dutch ladies and gentlemen||1826|
|Hendrick van Limborch||Dutch||Artemisia II, Queen of Caris, taking poison||Hendrick van Limborch||Sold in 2000 at Phillips auction house for £5,000||1841|
|Johannes Lingelbach||Dutch||Italian seaport, ships being loaded and unloaded||1826|
|Lorenzo Lotto||Italian||St Catherine of Alexandria||Lorenzo Lotto||National Gallery of Art||1826|
|Bernardino Luini||Italian||The Madonna of the Carnation||Bernardino Luini||National Gallery of Art||1841|
|Bernardino Luini||Italian||Mary with the infant Jesus and St. John||1826|
|Bernardino Luini||Italian||St. Jerome under a tree contemplating a skull||1826|
|Carlo Maratta||Italian||The reposo on the flight to Egypt||1841|
|Masaccio||Italian||Portrait of the artist himself||Sandro Botticelli||Museo del Prado||1826|
|Vicente Juan Masip||Spanish||Adoration of the shepherds||1826|
|Theodor Mattenheimer||German||Flower piece with fruits||Not present in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Ludovico Mazzolino||Italian||The corpse of Christ lamented over by his family||1826|
|Hans Memling||Flemish||John the Baptist directing the attention of a devotee to Christ||Dieric Bouts||Alte Pinakothek||1841|
|Gabriël Metsu||Dutch||A sick woman, presented with a basket by her maid||Gabriël Metsu||Gemäldegalerie, Berlin||1826|
|Adam Frans van der Meulen||Flemish||Cavalry combat at the entrance to a forest||Adam Frans van der Meulen (attributed to)||Sold by Sotheby's in 1996||1826|
|Frans van Mieris the Elder||Dutch||Girl restoring a bird to liberty||1841|
|Frans van Mieris the Elder||Dutch||Garden terrace, with a lady and gentleman walking||1841|
|Willem van Mieris||Dutch||Poulterer in his shop speaking to girl||1826|
|Giovanni Migliara||Italian||Exterior of the cathedral at Milan||1826|
|Giovanni Migliara||Italian||Interior of the cathedral at Milan||1826|
|Francisque Millet||Flemish||Landscape: Christ and the Samaritan woman at the well||1826|
|Moretto da Brescia||Italian||The virgin Mary holding the infant Jesus||1826|
|Moretto da Brescia||Italian||Portrait of a young man||1841|
|Giovanni Battista Moroni||Italian||Holy Family with a husband and wife as donors||Dosso Dossi||Philadelphia Museum of Art||1826|
|Bartolomé Esteban Murillo||Spanish||The boy Jesus as the good shepherd||1826|
|Bartolomé Esteban Murillo||Spanish||The holy virgin holding the infant Jesus||1826|
|Bartolomé Esteban Murillo||Spanish||The guardian angel adminishing a Carthusian to accept an episcopal dignity||1826|
|Bartolomé Esteban Murillo||Spanish||Mary Magdalen||1841|
|Adriaen van Ostade||Dutch||Peasants smoking before a rural habitation||1826|
|Balthasar Paul Ommeganck||Flemish||Sheep and goats reposing||1826|
|Isaac van Ostade||Dutch||Landscape, with a tavern, the company listening to a piper||1826|
|Palma Vecchio||Italian||Sacra Conversazione||Palma Vecchio||Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum||1826|
|Parmigianino||Italian||Circumcision of Jesus||Parmigianino||Detroit Institute of Arts||1826|
|Parmigianino||Italian||The Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine and Francis||Francesco Brizio||Sold at Sotheby's in 2006 for $120,000||1841|
|Parmigianino||Italian||The holy family||1826|
|Joseph Parrocel||French||Louis XIV, besieging the town of Namur||1841|
|Gianfrancesco Penni||Italian||Christ and the Samaritan woman at the well||1826|
|Sebastiano del Piombo||Italian||Mary with the infant Christ and little St. John, sitting, surrounded by Zacharias, Jacob, and the great Christopher||1826|
|Cornelius van Poelenburgh||Dutch||Repose on the flight to Egypt||1841|
|Il Pordenone||Italian||The holy family||1826|
|Paulus Potter||Dutch||Two horses in a field||1841|
|Frans Pourbus the Younger||Flemish||Portrait of a man with a beard||1826|
|Nicolas Poussin||French||Finding of the infant Moses||1841|
|Nicolas Poussin||French||Landscape: Orpheus with Nympha||1826|
|Camillo Procaccini||Italian||Portrait of the painter, by himself||1826|
|Giulio Cesare Procaccini||Italian||A female saint, supported by two angels, receiving baptism||Giulio Cesare Procaccini||Sold at Sotheby's in 2002 for $170,750||1826|
|Giulio Cesare Procaccini||Italian||The burial of Christ||1826|
|Adam Pynacker||Dutch||Pasture ground, with cattle||1826|
|Domenico Quaglio the Elder||Italian||Town of Neuoettingen on the river Inn, Bavaria||1841|
|Domenico Quaglio the Elder||Italian||Exterior of the cathedral at Como||1826|
|Lorenzo Quaglio||Italian||A young lady leaves a Gothic church and gives alms||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Simon Quaglio||Italian||Interior of the church of the Cistercian monastery of Erbach||1841|
|Francesco Raibolini||Italian||The holy virgin with the infant Jesus, St. Dominic and St. Barbara||1826|
|Raphael (school of)||Italian||Saint George fighting with the dragon||lost||Copy of the same work in the Louvre||1826|
|Raphael (school of)||Italian||Saint Michael fighting the demon||lost||Copy of the same work in the Louvre||1826|
|Raphael||Italian||Portrait of a cardinal||1826|
|Rembrandt||Dutch||Portrait of the artist by himself||Rembrandt (disputed, but often considered to be a genuine Rembrandt)||Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid||1826|
|Guido Reni||Italian||Cupid lying on the sea-shore, attracted by two nymphs||lost||1826|
|Guido Reni||Italian||The circumcision of Christ||1826|
|Guido Reni||Italian||The assumption of the virgin||1826|
|Juan Ribalta||Spanish||Hercules with Omphale's distaff||1826|
|Juan Ribalta||Spanish||River gods and nymphs resting on a beach||1826|
|Juan Ribalta||Spanish||The holy family||1841|
|Joseph Anton Romberg||German||The hay harvest||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Willem Romeyn||Dutch||Italian landscape, with herdsman and cattle||1826|
|Salvator Rosa||Italian||Seaport illumined by the setting sun||1826|
|Christian Ruben||German||A priest carrying the sanctissimum surprised by robbers in a rocky defile||1841|
|Peter Paul Rubens||Flemish||The infant Christ giving a benediction||Peter Paul Rubens (school of)||Hermitage||1826|
|Peter Paul Rubens||Flemish||David beheading the giant Goliath||Peter Paul Rubens||Norton Simon Foundation||1826|
|Peter Paul Rubens||Flemish||Portrait of a man||1841|
|Peter Paul Rubens||Flemish||Monkeys holding a court martial||1826|
|Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael||Dutch||View of Alkmaar||Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston||1826|
|Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael||Dutch||Evening landscape: sportsman shooting ducks||1826|
|Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael||Dutch||A sportsman shooting ducks on a marshy forest water||1826|
|Salaì||Italian||Mary sitting on the lap of St. Anna, holds the infant Jesus on a lamb||Salaì (attributed to)||Hammer Museum||1826|
|Salviute||Italian||Magnificent building in a garden||Unknown which painter is meant with this designation; not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Andrea del Sarto||Italian||Portrait of man with a beard||1826|
|Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato||Italian||The holy virgin with her hands folded||1826|
|Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato||Italian||The holy virgin holding the sleeping infant Jesus to her bosom||1826|
|Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato||Italian||The holy virgin holds standing before her the infant Christ, who embraces her||1826|
|Bartolomeo Schedoni||Italian||A young man giving alms to a young mother with her child||1826|
|Andrea Schiavone||Italian||The holy family||1826|
|Michael Johann Schnitzler||German||Two nut-peckers||1826|
|Michael Johann Schnitzler||German||Two green peaks||1826|
|Cesare da Sesto||Italian||The holy virgin holding on her lap the infant Jesus||1826|
|Elisabetta Sirani||Italian||The holy virgin holds the infant Christ who presents to little St. John a cross of reeds||1826|
|Antonio Solario||Italian||The virgin Mary holds standing before her the infant saviour, who turned to St. John, holds a bird by a thread||Antonio Solario||National Gallery||1841|
|Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh||Dutch||Interior of a Dutch farm-house, with people at table||1826|
|Jan Steen||Dutch||A man and his wife giving supper to their boy and girl, the latter of whom is saying Grace||National Gallery||1826|
|Bernardo Strozzi||Italian||An old man tuning a mandolin to a violin which a young man is playing||1841|
|Nicolas Antoine Taunay||French||Seaport of Leon||1826|
|Antonio Tempesta||Italian||Repose of the holy family on their flight to Egypt||1826|
|David Teniers the Elder||Flemish||St. Jerome in the dream of a cardinal, sitting in a rocky cave, is interrupted in his reading by the sound of the trumpet of an angel||1826|
|David Teniers the Younger||Flemish||A peasant's room in the Netherlands, with card playing||1826|
|Thibault||French||A wood with the temple of the nymph Egeria||Not included in the 1852 catalogue: unclear which painter is intended here||1826|
|Benvenuto Tisi||Italian||Saint Nicholas of Tolentino reviving a child||Benvenuto Tisi||Metropolitan Museum of Art||1826|
|Benvenuto Tisi||Italian||Saint Nicholas of Tolentino reviving the birds||Benvenuto Tisi||Metropolitan Museum of Art||1826|
|Benvenuto Tisi||Italian||Christ washing the disciples' feet||unknown||Now considered a copy of the original work in the National Gallery of Art||1826|
|Titian||Italian||The Madonna and Child with Saints John the Baptist and Paul||Palma Vecchio (circle of)||Sold at Christie's in 2011 for £97,250||1826|
|Titian||Italian||Madonna and Child with St John the Baptist and St George||Paris Bordone||Pushkin Museum||1826|
|Titian||Italian||Portrait of a man with a beard||Bonifazio Veronese||Offered for sale in 2012 by Noortman Master Paintings for $1,250,000||1841|
|Titian||Italian||Diana with her nymphs in the bath||1826|
|Adriaen van Utrecht||Flemish||A dead hare and wild fowls on a table||1826|
|Marten van Valckenborch||Flemish||Ordination of a village church||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1841|
|César van Loo||French||View of the hotel at Novalaise at the foot of Mount Cenis, in the winter season||1826|
|Charles-André van Loo||French||The artist in his studio painting the mistress of a Bashaw||1826|
|Otto van Veen||Flemish||Christ bearing his cross; near him are Veronica and Joseph of Cyrene||1841|
|Diego Velázquez||Spanish||Portrait of a Spanish Grandee||Bartolomé Esteban Murillo||National Gallery of Canada||1826|
|Adriaen van de Velde||Dutch||A calm sea, with large and small vessels||1826|
|Willem van de Velde the Younger||Dutch||A man-of-war and other ships sailing on a calm sea||1841|
|Adriaen Verboom||Dutch||A stag hunt in a forest||1826|
|Carle Vernet||French||The emperor Napoleon with the empress Marie Louise at a stag hunt in the forest of Compiègne||Carle Vernet||Hermitage||1826|
|Claude Joseph Vernet||French||Marine piece, with vessels near high rocks||1826|
|Paolo Veronese||Italian||Adoration of the Magi||1826|
|Paolo Veronese||Italian||A family picture||1826|
|Leonardo da Vinci (school of)||Italian||The holy virgin holds before her the infant Christ||Leonardo da Vinci (follower of)||Sold at Sotheby's in 2011||1826|
|Leonardo da Vinci (school of)||Italian||A holy virgin holding a little dog before her||1826|
|Simon de Vlieger||Dutch||A slightly agitated sea, with fishing boats and a frigate in full sail||1826|
|Hendrick Cornelisz. van Vliet, with figures by Jan Baptist Weenix||Dutch||Interior of the church of Delft, with the tomb of William I||1841|
|Max Joseph Wagenbauer||German||A cow and two goats near an Alpine well||1826|
|Max Joseph Wagenbauer||German||A herdsman with four cows and a calf near a spring||1826|
|Max Joseph Wagenbauer||German||A standing cow and two cows lying down||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Simon Warnberger||German||Landscape with two herdswomen near the Tegernsee||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Jan Weenix||Dutch||A dead hare and a magpie, laying by a fowling-piece, and smelt at by a dog||1826|
|Jan Weenix||Dutch||Agitated seaport, with magnificent buildings, columns and obelisks||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Jean-Baptiste Wicar||French||Resuscitation of the youth at Nain||1826|
|Jean-Baptiste Wicar||French||Portrait of Pope Pius VII||1841|
|Jan Wijnants||Dutch||A cottage surrounded by trees, near a flowing rivulet||Jan Steen||Sold at Christie's in 2004 for €88,125||1826|
|Jan Wijnants, with figures by Adriaen van de Velde||Dutch||An extensive landscape with herdsmen and cattle||1826|
|Emanuel de Witte||Dutch||Interior of a Gothic church with white marble columns||Not in the 1852 catalogue||1826|
|Philips Wouwerman||Dutch||A lady and gentleman, travelling on horseback, are stopping before a tavern, to refresh themselves||1826|
|Philips Wouwerman||Dutch||A family of peasants resting near a haywaggon, upon which boys are playing||1826|
|Sculptor||Nationality||Work||Current attribution||Current location||Notes||First noted||Image|
|Alessandro Algardi||Italian||Eros and Anteros: or, spiritual love conquering sensual love||Alessandro Algardi||Liechtenstein Museum||1826|
|François Joseph Bosio||French||Cupid on the point of launching an arrow||François Joseph Bosio||Hermitage||1826|
|Antonio Canova||Italian||The Three Graces||Antonio Canova||Hermitage||1826|
|Antonio Canova||Italian||Kneeling Magdalen||Antonio Canova||Hermitage||1826|
|Antoine-Denis Chaudet||French||Cyparissus holding his little buck which he had killed by mistake||1826|
|Joseph Chinard||French||The Empress Josephine||Joseph Chinard||National Gallery of Canada||1852|
|Luigi Manfredini||Italian||Bronze bust of Prince Eugene, Duke of Leuchtenberg||1841|
|Luigi Manfredini||Italian||Antique female statue, probably a Spes||1852|
|Luigi Manfredini||Italian||Roman antique eagle||1852|
|Luigi Manfredini||Italian||A splendid tankard, ornamented with ivory figures of Bacchanale||1852|
|Luigi Manfredini||Italian||Arm chair of the emperor Napoleon, used during his consulship||1852|
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