The Vale and Temple of Segestae, Sicily, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 56
"Midway between Palermo and Segestae, the broad slopes of an ample valley lie before the traveller. In the depth is a river meandering among fragrant oleanders,--on the left the valley is intersected by a range of distant mountains; on the right is a beautiful bay of the Mediterranean. Across the valley the mountains form a green amphitheatre, and high in a remote part is seen the Temple of Segestae."--Notes of the Artist, made in a tour of Sicily. Presented to the Gallery by the Artist. [P. 7.]
Catalogue of the Exhibition of the New-York Gallery of the Fine Arts. Founded 1844--Chartered 1845. Now open, in the Rotunda in the Park. New-York: E.B. Clayton & Sons, Printers and Stationers, No. 5 Tontine Buildings, Wall-Street. 1846.
Architecture exterior--Classical--Temple of Segesta