"At Hiddeman's studio we saw his group called 'Unpleasant Vicinity.' A peasant with his betrothed are seated in the bower of an inn, with a bottle of wine. Two hunters have placed themselves at the same table, the youngest of whom engages in a flirtation with the peasant girl, who is flattered but fears to offend her lover. The peasant, jealous and furious, can hardly control his anger, in spite of the dogs and gun. The older hunter coolly enjoys the scene and his wine."--Letters from Germany. [P. 10.]
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.