1620. An order from the Jesuits for thirty-nine pictures designed by Rubens and completed by Van Dyck (p. 14).
Visit to England and service for King James I. (p. 23), and return to Antwerp (p. 24).
1621. Departure for Italy, Oct. 3 (p. 25), arriving at Genoa, Nov. 21.
1622. Departure from Genoa, February, to Rome; thence to Florence (p. 26); thence to Bologna (p. 27); thence to Venice (p. 27); Mantua (p. 27). Death of Van Dyck's father, Dec. 1 (p. 55).
1623. Return to Rome (p. 27); thence to Genoa (p. 28).
1623-1625. In Genoa.
1624. Journey to Palermo for portraits and other pictures (p. 49).
1625. Crucifixion, with St. Francis, St. Bernard, and the donor, painted for church of S. Michele de Pagana, near Genoa (p. 48).
1626. Probable date of return to Antwerp (p. 55).
1626 or 1627. Probable visit to England (pp. 56, 57, and 85).
1627. Death of Van Dyck's sister Cornelia (p. 58).
1628, March 3. Date of Van Dyck's will (p.
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