Groupe--Paul and Virginia from Copeland's, (sculpture)
Copeland and Summerly
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 6 (Sale info: For Sale).
This statuary is formed of a newly invented material called "Parian," or Statuary Porcelain, and is approved by the English Sculptors as the best marble for multiplications of their works. The Greek Slave, by Powers, has been recently produced in Parian, sixteen inches high. Catalogues of Copeland's and Summerley's manufactures may be seen at the Art-Union offices where orders will be taken for any of their works. [P. 8.]
Vol. 1, No. 1. May. Published Monthly. Price a half dime. Record of the Western Art-Union, containing the Plan, List of Officers, and a Descriptive Catalogue of the Paintings, and other Works of Art, now on exhibition in the Gallery of the Western Art-Union. Cincinnati: 1849. Printed at the Daily Times Office.