Sentus, the Son of Pompey, applying to Erichto to know the fate of the battle of Pharsalia, (painting)
Peale, Charles W.
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. LXIX
"Wroth was the hag, at ling'ring Death's delay,/ And wonder'd hell could dare to disobey;/ With curling snakes the sentinels trunk the beats;/ And curses dire at ev'ry luth repeats;/ With magic number cleaves the gnawing ground,/ And thus barks downwards to th' abyss profound." [P. 19.]
An Historical Catalogue of Peales' Collection of Paintings. "The proper study of mankind, is man." Philadelphia: Printed by Richard Folwell, No. 33, Mulberry-Street, M,DCC,XCV.