Born at Boston, Mass., (1737-1815.) Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Izard are seated opposite to each other before a richly carved and gilt marble table. A drawing from a group of statuary in the centre of the picture, appears to form the subject of conversation; on the left hand side is a column and an Etruscan vase; in the distance a view of the Coliseum near Rome, where the picture was painted in 1774. 5'6 x 7'6. [Pp. 11-12.]
Catalogue of the Carolina Art Association, published by the Art Committee. Charleston, S.C.: Steam Power Press of Walker, Evans & Co. 1858.