We pass over a number of fine pictures to notice this most interesting one. It represents the late Judge Stewart and his sister in infancy. The scene in laid in a grove, and the children are pourtrayed in the act of collecting fruit from the ground. . . . The time represented here, is indeed that balmy season of playing amid the grass, of red shoes and bright ribbons, and of the mingling of cherubs of both sexes, freely and innocently, . . . [P. 130.]
Exhibition of Pictures at Dalhousie College. February 11, 1830.