Orlando rescuing his brother from the Lion and the Serpent, in the Forest of Ardennes, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 71
"Under an oak, whose boughs were marr'd with age/ And high top bald with dry antiquity,/ A wretched, ragged man, o'ergrown with hair, lay sleeping on his back: about his neck/ A green and gilded snake had wreathed itself,/ Who with her head, nimble in threats, approach'd/ The opening of his mouth; but suddenly,/ Seeing Orlando, it unlink'd itself,/ And with indented glides did slip away,/ Into a bush; under which bush's shade/ A lioness, with udders all drawn dry/ Lay crouching, head on ground with cat-like watch." As You Like It. [Pp. 6-7.]
Exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, of Mr. Allston's Picture, of the Dead Man Restored to Life by touching the Bones of the Prophet Elisha. Together with many Valuable Paintings in addition to the Stationary Pictures of the Academy. May, 1816. Philadelphia: Printed by John Bioren, No. 88, Chestnut Street. 1816.