Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 51 (Sale info: For Sale).
N.A. [P. 5.] Note to No. 51: A scene in Colorado, representing the Plains and distant Mountains, as seen from the South Platte River, near Denver, or about one hundred miles north of Pike's Peak. In the distance, at the right, is Long's Peak, a prominent and well known landmark on the overland route to California. The foreground is occupied by the South Platte River, former favorite camping ground of the Ute Indians. ["Corrigenda," p. 22.]
First Annual Exhibition of the Yale School of the Fine Arts, founded as a Department of Yale College, by the late Augustus Russell Street, of New Haven, Conn. The Gallery is open daily from 9, a.m., to 7 p.m., and on Wednesdays till 11, p.m. Season Tickets, $1.00; Single Admission, 25 cents. New Haven: J.H. Benham & Son, Printers. 1867.
Artist professional affiliation: National Academician.