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Running List of Catalog Numbers already Assigned (CAT 1-257)

The numbers listed below correspond to the sequence of Melville’s prints currently projected for the online Catalog. The remaining 167 numbers will be assigned the sequence of those prints has been determined.

Ch. 1. ANCIENT GREECE AND NEAR EAST

  • CAT 1. J. Chapman. Persian and Greek Medals. 1816.
  • 2. Reveil after Flaxman. L’Aurore parait les Grecs. 1833.
  • 3. Reveil after Flaxman. Le Reine Atossa. 1833.
  • 4. Reveil after Flaxman. Les Perses vaincus par les Grecs. 1833.
  • 5. Reveil after Flaxman. L’Asie vaincue. 1833.
  • 6. George Cooke. Homer. 1810.
  • 7. George Cooke. Sophocles. 1810.
  • 8. George Cooke. Pericles. 1809.
  • 9. George Cooke. Alcibiades. 1807.
  • 10. George Cooke. Isocrates. 1810.
  • 11. George Cooke. Xenophon. 1809.
  • 12. George Cooke. Plato. 1809.
  • 13. George Cooke. Aristippus. 1809.
  • 14. George Cooke. Plutarch. 1809.
  • 15. Mochetti after Staccoli. Achille in Sciro. 1785.
  • 16. Bentley after Fielding. Temple of Minerva in Aegina. 1840.
  • 17. Dupréel after Cassas. Ruines du Monastère de Cazzafani, 1798-99.
  • 18. Tilliard after Cassas. Monument Sépulcral des Rois de Juda. 1798-99.
  • 19. Bradshaw after Allom. The Monastery of Santa Saba. 1838.
  • 20. Schoff and Duthie after Bartlett. Bethlehem. 1848.
  • 21. Brandard after Bartlett. The Garden of Gethsemane. 1848.
  • 22. James D. Smillie. Pool of Siloam. 1849.
  • 23. R. Sands after Holbein. The Sacrifice of Abraham. 1808.
  • 24. Capital letter A, Genesis 2: 18-20. Taferelen der voornaamste geschiedenissen. 1728.
  • 25. Capital letter D, no chapter or verse. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 26. Capital letter U, Genesis 4: 8. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 27. Capital letter U, Genesis 13: 8. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 28. Capital letter U, Genesis 15: 5. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 29. Capital letter L, Genesis 19: 24. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 30. Capital letter T, Genesis 22: 6. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 31. Capital letter L, Genesis 24: 12. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 32. Capital letter J, Genesis 46: 2. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 33. Capital letter M, Exodus 4: 20. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 34. Capital letter L, Exodus 14: 16. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 35. Capital letter M, Exodus 18: 5. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 36. Capital letter L, Exodus 32:20. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 37. Capital letter P, Leviticus 24: 10-11. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 38. Capital letter C, Numbers 13: 24. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 39. Capital letter N, Numbers 21. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 40. Capital letter A, Numbers 31: 32. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 41. Capital letter A, Deuteronomy 34: 5. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 42. Capital letter D, Joshua 2: 15. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 43. Capital letter D, Joshua 10: 12-13. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 44. Capital letter L, 2 Samuel 11: 2. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 45. Capital letter O, 2 Samuel 13: 29. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 46. Capital letter R, 1 Kings 3: 23. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 47. Capital letter D, Daniel 13. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 48. Capital letter I, 1 Maccabees 6: 43. Taferelen. 1728.
  • 49. Capital letter N, no chapter or verse. Source unknown.
  • 50. Jacob van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 5: 3. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 51. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 5: 5. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 52. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 5: 8. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 53. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 6: 4. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 54. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 6: 7. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 55. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 7: 1. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 56. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 7: 7. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 57. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 8: 2. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 58. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon 8: 13. Sudermann, 1622.
  • 59. Van der Heyden. Song of Solomon, “Von der Tochter Sion.” Sudermann, 1622.
  • 60. Hans Erhard Wagner. Song of Solomon 2: 4, 10. Sudermann, 1620.
  • 61. Wagner. Christ and the Female Beloved. Sudermann, 1620.
  • 62. Wagner. Female Beloved in Mystical Consummation. Sudermann, 1620.
  • 63. Wagner. Spiritual Feast. Sudermann, 1620.
  • 64. Artist unknown. Man praying in valley.
  • 65. Artist unknown. “La voie que conduit á la perle est large et facile.”
  • 66. Artist unknown. Town on fire.
  • 67. F. Magnini. Capital C (with cupid and helmet). 1879.
  • 68. Küslen after Della Bella. Esclave tenant un chameu par la bride. 1649.
  • 69. Persian Tile. Qajar period, mid-19th century.

Ch. 2. ANCIENT ROME TO MODERN ITALY

  • 70. George Cooke. Epicurus, Metrodorus, Adrian, etc. 1808.
  • 71. George Cooke. Virgil. 1809.
  • 72. R. Sands. Horetensius. 1811.
  • 73. George Cooke. Adrian. 1808.
  • 74. George Cooke. Antoninus Pius. 1808.
  • 75. R. Sands. Faustina. 1811.
  • 76. George Cooke. Julian. 1807.
  • 77. George Cooke after N[           ]. St. Leo. 1809.
  • 78. Artist and engraver unknown. [“Art in ruins and Nature in vigor.”]
  • 79. Piranesi. Arch of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. 1762.
  • 80. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 1, from canto 1, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 81. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 2, from canto 1, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 82. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 3, from canto 2, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 83. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 4, from canto 2, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 84. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 5, from canto 2, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 85. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 6, from canto 3, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 86. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 7, from canto 4, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 87. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 8, from canto 5, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 88. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 9, from canto 6, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 89. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 10, from canto 7, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 90. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 11, from canto 8, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 91. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 12, from canto 9, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 92. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 13, from canto 10, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 93. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 14, from canto 10, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 94. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 15, from canto 11, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 95. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 16, from canto 12, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 96. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 17, from canto 13, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 97. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 18, from canto 14, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 98. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 19, from canto 15, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 99. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 20, from canto 16, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 100. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 21, from canto 17, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 101. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 22, from canto 18, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 102. Reveil after Flaxman. Plate 23, from canto 19, Purgatoire du Dante, 1833.
  • 103. George Cooke after N[        ]. Machiavelli. 1807.
  • 104. Robt. Hart after Raffaelle Morghen. Ariosto. 1863.
  • 105. Robt. Hart after Raffaelle Morghen. Tasso. 1863.
  • 106. Lithograph after Francia. The Marriage of Cecilia and Valerian. 19th century.
  • 107. Merz after Sebastian del Piombo. Saints Catherine and Barbara and Mary Magdalene. 1873.
  • 108. Volpato after Camporesi. Raphael’s Loggia at the Vatican. 1772-77.
  • 109. J. Linnell after Titian. Landscape, with Herdsmen. 1840.
  • 110. Romanet after Veronese. La Fille de Paul Veronese. 1800.
  • 111. Earlom after Annabile Carracci. Our Saviour Healing the Blind. 1785.
  • 112. Sharp after Domenichino. St. Cecilia. After 1870.
  • 113. Biondi after Guido Reni. Beatrix Cenci. 1838.
  • 114. A. Mitelli. Cartouche with death head. 1879.
  • 115. G. Mitelli. The letter D. 1879.
  • 116. Traunfellner after Solimena. Virgin and Child. 1797.
  • 117. Joseph Longhi. Napoleon. 1806.
  • 118. Ecclesiastical Scene in Apse of St. Peter’s, Rome. Ca. 1830.
  • 119. Libotte. Venditore di frutti de mare a S. Lucia (Naples). Ca. 1835.
  • 120. Samuel Read. The Bay of Naples. 1860.

Ch. 3. THREE CENTURIES OF FRENCH PAINTING

  • 121. Etching by Claude Lorrain. Le Port de mer à la grosse tour. 1641/1816.
  • 122. Etching by Claude Lorrain. Le Campo Vaccino. 1636/1875.
  • 123. Etching by Claude Lorrain. Le Troupeau en marche par un temps D’Orage. 1651/1875.
  • 124. Earlom after Claude. View of a Sea Port during a Sun-Set. 1774.
  • 125. Earlom after Claude. Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba. 1775.
  • 126. Floyd after Claude. The Sea-Port. 1859.
  • 127. Radclyffe after Claude. The Beacon-Tower. 1861.
  • 128. Vivares and Woollett after Claude. The Enchanted Castle. 1782.
  • 129. Browne after Claude. Cephalus and Procris. 1779.
  • 130. Payne after Claude. Landschaft [with Cephalus & Procris Reunited by Diana]. 1850s.
  • 131. Radclyffe after Claude. Europa. 1859.
  • 132. Feradiny after Claude. Le Berger Galant. Eighteenth century. [need date]
  • 133. Joubert after Claude. [Pastoral Landscape.] 1835.
  • 134. French after Claude. Die Flucht Nach Egypten. 1845.
  • 135. Earlom after Claude. [Landscape—Christ Tempted.] 1802.
  • 136. G. Cooke after Julien. N. Poussin. 1809.
  • 137. Storer after N. Poussin. Education of Bacchus. 1807.
  • 138. Busby after N. Poussin. Rape of the Sabines. 1810.
  • 139. Cooke after N. Poussin. The Finding of Moses. 1807.
  • 140. Busby after N. Poussin. Moses Exposed. 1809.
  • 141. Busby after N. Poussin. St. Peter & St. John curing the Lame. 1809.
  • 142. Walker after N. Poussin. The Shepherds of Arcadia. 1846.
  • 143. Pether after N. Poussin. Landscape with a Man washing his Feet at a Fountain. 1786.
  • 144. Reynolds after Dughet. Distant View of Rome from Tivoli. 1848 [maybe earlier?]
  • 145. Benazech after Patel. The Calm. 1779.
  • 146. Drawn and engraved by Pérelle. [Figures in landscape with sunbreak]. 17th century.
  • 147. Drawn and engraved by Pérelle. [Figures in landscape, water right.] 17th century.
  • 148. Drawn and engraved by Pérelle. [Figures at fountain, near temple.] 17th century.
  • 149. Drawn and engraved by Pérelle. [Three figures before temple.] 17th century.
  • 150. Drawn and engraved by Pérelle. [Figures near steps of temple.] 17th century.
  • 151. Fürst after Bosse. Frühling. 1637-40.
  • 152. Fürst after Bosse. Sommer. 1637-40
  • 153. Fürst after Bosse. Herbst. 1637-40.
  • 154. Fürst after Bosse. Winter. 1637-40.
  • 155. Busby after Le Brun. The Battle of the Granicus. 1808.
  • 156. Sands after Blanchard. St. Paul. 1809.
  • 157. Grieg after Jouvenet. The Resurrection of Lazarus. 1807.
  • 158. Lightfoot after Watteau. The Fête Champêtre. 1846.
  • 159. Greux after Watteau. L’Île Enchantée. 1882.
  • 160. Rajon after Watteau. Finette. 1870.
  • 161. Péquégnot after Boucher. Venus et Amours. 1867.
  • 162. French after Pesne. G. F. Schmidt & Frau. The Engraver. 1852?
  • 163. Bryne after Vernet. Naufrage. A Shipwreck. 1818.
  • 164. Designed and engraved by Augustin Saint-Aubin. Cul-de-lampe. 1879.
  • 165. W. Cooke after David. Death of Socrates. 1807.
  • 166. G. Cooke after Regnault. Death of Cleopatra. 1808.
  • 167. W. Cooke after Taillasson. Leander and Hero. 1808.
  • 168. Sands after Taillason. Hercules Restoring Alcestis to her Husband. 1809.
  • 169. Angus after Peyron. Oedipus at Colonus. 1808.
  • 170. Martens after Garneray. Sperm Whale Scene. 1834.
  • 171. Martens after Garneray. Right Whale Scene. 1835.
  • 172. Marvy after Decamps. Le Loup et les Bergers. 1847.
  • 173. A. Barry after Meissonier. Lecture chez Diderot. 1877.
  • 174. Drawn and etched by Manet. Boy with a Sword. 1862.
  • 175. A. D. after Toulmouche. Un Mariage de Raison. 1866.
  • 176. Goupil after Leroux. The Vestal Tuccia Carrying Water in a Sieve. 188-80.
  • 177. Yves & Barret after Brun after Tesse. Les Trois Chênes. 1879.
  • 178. After drawing and painting by Louis Darru. La Valse des roses. 1879.
  • 179. Lillot after drawing and painting by Monginot. Le Paon Revestu. 1879.
  • 180. After drawing and painting by Ėmile Breton. L’Hiver. 1879.
  • 181. Drawn and etched by J. R. P. Litoux. Porte du Palais Ducal á Venise. 1880.
  • 182. Engraved by Pouncey. The Church of the Benedictine Abbey of Becc, in Normandy. 1779.
  • 183. Vallais. Early nineteenth century.
  • 184. Peter Toft. Sketch of Notre Dame de Rouen. 1887.

Ch. 4. FLEMISH AND DUTCH MASTERS

  • 185. Benoist after Le Clerc after Rubens. Rubens. 1809.
  • 186. Sands after Van Dyck. M. de Medicis. 1811.
  • 187. R. Sands after Rubens. The Destiny of Marie de Medicis. 1811.
  • 188. Grieg after Rubens. Birth of Marie de Medicis. 1807.
  • 189. Sands after Rubens. The Education of Marie de Medicis. 1811.
  • 190. Sands after Rubens. Henry 4th contemplating the portrait of M. de Medicis. 1811.
  • 191. Sands after Rubens. Marriage of Mary of Medicis. 1809.
  • 192. George Cooke after Rubens. Marriage of Henry 4th at Lyons. 1811.
  • 193. Sands after Rubens. Henry 4th setting out to War. 1809.
  • 194. Storer after Rubens. Coronation of Marie de Medicis. 1807.
  • 195. George Cooke after Rubens. Journey of Marie de Medicis to the Pont de Ce. 1808.
  • 196. Sands after Rubens. The Felicity of the Regency. 1810.
  • 197. Storer after Rubens. Reconciliation of Marie de Medicis with her Son. 1807.
  • 198. George Cooke after Rubens. Mars setting out for War. 1811.
  • 199. Levy after Rembrandt. “Noli me Tangere.” 1857.
  • 200. Burnet after Rembrandt. The Woman taken in Adultery. 1823. 
  • 201. Unknown after Rembrandt. Self-Portrait. Date unknown. 
  • 202. J. B. Winckler after David Teniers the Younger. Le Ballet Rustique Flamand. 1760.
  • 203. Gaucher after van Tilborch. L’Après-Dinée Flamand. 1766.
  • 204. L. Ekeman-Allesson after van Ostade. The Painter in his Studio. Before 1828.
  • 205. G. Wolff after van Mieris. Franz Mieris in seiner Werkstatt. [need date]
  • 206. R. Wallis after van Mieris. The Writing-Master. 1846.
  • 207. A. H. Payne after Metsu. Der Wildprethändler. 1845.
  • 208. Burnet after Metsu. The Letter Writer. 1812.

Projected order of plates for Dutch and German prints whose catalog entries are yet to be written:

  • 209. A. H. Payne after Netscher. Die Sängerin. 1845.
  • 210. Pietro Fontana after Gianni after Lairesse. Hercule entre le Vice et la Virtue.  Need date.
  • 211. Woollett and Pouncy after Swanevelt. Morning. 1787.
  • 212. Woollett and Smith after Swanevelt. Evening. 1787.
  • 213. Racine after Both. Vue des Environs de Naples. [no image in Frick Both album]
  • 214. T. Jeavons after Berghem. Landscape with Figures. 1839 [or 1840].
  • 215. J. Cousen after Berghem. Crossing the Ford. 1858.
  • 216. J. C. Bentley after Cuyp. A Sunny Day. 1846.
  • 217. W. J. Taylor after Cuyp. Landscape, with Ruins of an Old Tower, Foresters & Dogs. 1840.
  • 218. Etching after Ruisdael. Trees on the Edge of a River, with two men in a boat.  1816.
  • 219. T. Jeavons after Hobbema. The Water-Mill. 1840.
  • 220. A. H. Payne after van Everdingen. Eine Gebirgs-Landschaft. A Mountain Landscape. 1854.
  • 221. J. B. Allen after Wouvermans. The Hay Field. 1840.
  • 222. J. B. Allen after Wouvermans. The Battle Field. 1840.
  • 223. W. J. Taylor after Potter. The Shooting Ponies. 1839.
  • 224. Outhwaite after Vander Heyden. The River-Bank. 1857.
  • 225. Etching ? by Gillis Neyts. Landscape with the Tree near the Banks of a River. 1681.
  • 226. Engraving by P. Devel. La Maison de Ville de Tervere. 1711.
  • 227. Etching by Norblin. La Basse-Cour (The Farm Yard). 1777.
  • 228. Heydeck after Hildenwang after Wehle. Gashof zu Wörlitz. [need date]
  • 229. C. Siepp (or Ceipp). [Courtyard of a Monastery]. Viennae, 1798. Plate in vol. 1
  • 230-37.  Moritz Retzsch. Eight Sketches to Schiller’s Fridolin. 1857.
  • 238-49.  Moritz Retzsch. Schiller’s Pegasus in the Yoke. 1857.
  • 250. Busse after Olivier. St. Carls Kirche in Wien. 1831.
  • 251. Kluge after Kersting. Kinder am offenen Fenster. 1834.
  • 252. Fleischmann after Hantzsch. Die Dorfschule. 1835.
  • 253. Fleischmann after Richter. Kirche zu Graupen. 1836.
  • 254. Pescheck after Goldstein. Haven von Messina. 1836.
  • 255. Artist unknown. [Nordic seaport.] 1835.
  • 256. Edmund Koken. [Solitary rider in landscape]. 1848.
  • 257. Edmund Koken. Heimweg durch ein Kornfeld. 1848.
  • 258. Lithograph by Bournye. Sonnen Untergang: Beilage zu Auer’s Faust. 1858.
  • 259. Dertinger after Karl Nahl. Wallenstein & Seni. 1846 or later (one of Payne’s books)
  • 260. After F. Barrel. Capelle in Neuneg. 1849.
Running List of Catalog Numbers already Assigned (CAT 1-257)