The bold and dauntless air of this great Champion of Freedom is finely expressed. It is such as to render it impossible to mistake the character. The uncommon degree of force in the chiara obscura and coloring of the Head, causes this Portrait to be highly prized by connoisseurs. [P. 9.]
A Catalogue of a Collection of Oil Paintings: lately arrived in this Country, from the Galleries of Milan, Venice, &c. now exhibiting at Corinthian Hall Gallery: corner of Federal and Milk Streets, April 25, 1831. Boston: from the Press of W.W. Clapp, No. 14 Congress Street.