By the late RICHARD LIVESAY and BENJAMIN WEST, P.R.A. This is supposed to be the most general group of the family ever painted. It represents the introduction of the Duchess of York to the Royal Family. King George III., Queen Charlotte and George IV occupy with the Duchess of York, the centre group. Immediately behind George III is the Princess Royal; next in succession, Augusta, Elizabeth, Mary, Sophia, and Amelia; the youngest in front. The present King William IV is in conversation with the Duke of York, who occupies the extreme right of the spectator. Purchased at the sale of the late Queen Charlotte. (On canvass--4 ft. 1 inh. by 3 ft. 3 inh.) [P. 19.]
Catalogue of Paintings, by the Great Masters, including Specimens of the First Class, of the Italian, Venetian, Spanish, Flemish, Dutch, French, and English Schools. It penetrates the inward recesses of the soul--even surpassing the power and force of eloquence.--Quintillian on the Art of Painting. Boston: Press of John H. Eastburn.