Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 145 (Sale info: For Sale).
(A very large Historical piece, painted in Paris, and representing a most interesting epoch in American History--the taking of Yorktown, by the combined armies of the French and Americans. It contains many half life-size figures admirably grouped before the tents of the two Generals-in-chief, among which are portraits of Washington, Count Rochambeau, Lafayette, Baron Steuben, Humphrey, and the Marquis of Lauzun.) [P. 5.]
Catalogue of the First Chicago Art Union Distribution. Opened Dec, 7th. 1860, at Hesler's Gallery 113 Lake Street, (2d. Floor.) The exhibition is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 1/2 p.m. and in the evening from 6:30 to 9:30. Single Tickets 25 cts. For the Season 50 cts. Children Half Price. Family Season Tickets $1. Pool, Printer, 17 Clark St.