Loch Katrine from the Trsaachs [sic], Scotland, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 265
" . . . on any point he won,/ Where gleaming with the setting sun,/ One burnished sheet of living gold,/ Loch Katrine lay, beneath him rolled,/ In all her strength, far winding lay,/ With promontory, creek and bay./ . . . And mountains, that like giants stand,/ To sentinel enchanted land." SIR W. SCOTT. [P. 10; exhibited under heading: "Paintings." Catalogue number "265" appears in the catalogue. In sequence, however, this should be catalogue number "262." Ellipses appear in the catalogue.]
Catalogue of Articles on exhibition at the Gallery of Fine Arts, in the Firemen's Hall, February, 1853. Detroit: Duncklee & Wales, Book and Job Print. 1853.