This graceful Statue in Bronze, represents Terpsichore, the Goddess of Dancing, and one of the Nine Muses, the daughters of Jupiter. She was instructed in her Art by Apollo. [P. 16; engraving on p. 16 is signed "N. Orr" and depicts a female figure attired in classical garb, standing on raised toes with arms akimbo, and gazing to the right.]
The Cosmopolitan Art Association Illustrated Catalogue. 1854. For the Encouragement and General Diffusion of Literature & Art. W.H. Tineon, Stereotyper, 21 Beekman Street. John A. Gray, Printer, 97 Cliff Street. Address: Knickerbocker Office, 348 Broadway, New York; or, 166 Water St., Sandusky. A Descriptive Catalogue of Statuary, Bronze Statuettes and Oil Paintings, to be allotted to Members of the Cosmopolitan Art Association, at the Annual Distribution, in January, 1854.