In the portrait of this Mistress of Charles the Second, Netscher has given us every idea of her character. She leans carelessly on her page, whilst over her shoulder is placed the image of her tutelary spirit. The painting of the drapery is admirably in character with the object of the piece. [P. 10.]
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.