The Borghese Silenus is, beyond question, the noblest of all the images of the instructor of Bacchus which have come down to us. . . . It was found amid the ruins of the gardens of Sallust, at the same time with the large Borghese vase. . . . Winckelmann's Ancient Art, Vol. 2, pP. 220 and 221. [Pp. 8-9.]
1875. Descriptive Catalogue of Statuary, on Exhibition at the Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society Rooms, Athenaeum Buildings, St. Paul and Saratoga Streets, Baltimore. Baltimore: Printed by John Murphy & Co. Publishers, Booksellers, Printers and Stationers. 182 Baltimore Street, 1875.