There is a possibility to feel as well as to see Welsh Mountains--one who had ere now 'beat the hoof' on them from 'rosy morn to dewy eve,' mentally exclaimed on seeing this picture;--'flinty, mosscovered, heath-clad, Welsh mountains; depicted by heaps of unpressed curds% If that does not seem literally a land flowing with milk and honey, thre is no mud in Glamorganshire.' It certainly does appear a very milky representation of nature. [P. 131.]
Exhibition of Pictures at Dalhousie College. February 11, 1830.