"DOMINICHINO, (Zampieri.)--Born at Bologna in 1581; he died in 1641. He was a pupil in the Caracci school. One of the chief excellencies of this master consisted in his landscape; and in that style the beauty arising from the simple elegance of his scenery, his trees, his well broken grounds, and, in particular, the character and expression of his figures, gained him as much public admiration as any of his other performances." No. 9.--A LANDSCAPE, WITH FISHERMEN, &c.--This is a very pleasing picture, in perfect preservation, and a fair specimen of this master's talent for landscape. [Pp. 32-33.]
Catalogue of the Pictures forming the collection of the Works of the Old Masters, with a List of the Engravings now being exhibited at the Gallery of the Lyceum Building, No. 563 Broadway. Second Edition. 1849. New York: George F. Nesbitt, Stationer and Printer, corner of Wall and Water Streets. 1849.