A Catalogue of the valuable and capital assemblage of original pictures, the property of Mr J. Hickman, comprising, among many others, the works of the following admired masters of the Venetian, Florentine, Roman, Lombard, Spanish, Dutch, Flemish, and French school. Albert Cuyp, Annibal Carrache, Georgione, Philip Wouverman, Adrian Van de Velde, Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Paul Brill, Paul Veronese, Claude Lorrain, Jean Lingellack, Eglon Vanderncer, Rembrant, Nicholas Berghem, Sir Anthony Vandyke, Laurent de La Hire, Philip Laurie, Salvator Rosa, Alexander Virenese, Sebastain Ricoi, Paul Potier, Francisco Mil,̌ Chev. Jacques Thornhill, Bartholemi Murillo, M.A. Batalia. Which are arranged, for the confenience of exhibition and sale. By private contract, in Adam's Square, Edinburgh. Entrance first door in North College Street. Admittance, One Shilling-returned to purchasers.
A catalogue of all that valuable and magnificent collection of Italian, French, Flemish, and Dutch pictures, selected with singular taste and admitted judgement, the property of Mr. Bryan, And comprising the Original Works and great Performances of the following Masters: Rubens, Vandyke, Titian, Salvator Rosa, Claude Loraine, Berghem, Guido, Nich. Poussin, W. Vandevelde, Philip Wouvermans, Velasquez, Paul Potter, Schiavone, Rembrandt, Morillio, Adrian Ostade, Isaac Ostade, Both, David Teniers, Pordenone, Hobbima, Palma, Adrian Vandevelde, Gerard Douw, Guercino, Metzu, P. de Cortona, Dietricy, Ruysdael, C. du Jardyn, Sir J. Reynolds, Cuyp, Tintoretto, Denner, Wilson, Ferdinand Bol, &c. Which will be sold by auction By Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster, At Mr. Bryan's celebrated gallery in Pall Mall, where they are displayed, On Thursday, May 17, 1798, and Two following Days, at twelve o'clock. To be publickly Viewed Three Days preceding the Sale; when Catalogues may be had of Messrs. Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster, 5, Throgmorton Street, Royal Exchange; and at Mr. Bryan's Gallery, Pall Mall; Price Two Shillings and Sixpence, to be returned to Purchasers. And it is respectfully mentioned, that in Order to prevent Inconvenience from an over-crouded Room, no Person can possibly be admitted on the Days of Sale, without being in Possession of One of the Catalogues.
- Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster (London, England)