An Italian Landscape, is a very neat, clear little picture. The painter imagined her subject well, and did not resort to smearing, and affected freedom, in order to avoid delineation. Every thing intended is neatly and fully expressed; and with a few more mellow and less sharp touches in the centre and distance, it would be a very superior sketch. [P. 132.]
Exhibition of Pictures at Dalhousie College. February 11, 1830.