"MOUCHERON, (Frederick,)--Born at Embden, in 1633; he died in 1686. He was a pupil of Asselyn. He painted entirely after nature, and gave a great air of truth to his compositions. His trees are loosely and tenderly handled, his touch is free and light, and his colouring good." No. 81.--A LANDSCAPE--EFFECT OF SUNRISE.--This is still a pleasing picture, though it has suffered from bad cleaning. The figures are by Linglebach. [P. 54.]
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.