Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
The painting by Colman of New York, contributed by Mrs. Harward, is a specimen of our finest New England nature, as recorded by a loving and most truthful artist. There is a delicacy of sentiment and a breadth of treatment in this picture, making it one of the most valuable among those which have found a home in Portland. We regard the rendering of tree forms in the middle distance, as worthy of particular study. [P. 27; exhibited under heading: "Works of Non-Resident Artists."]
Fourth Exhibition and Fair of the M.C. Mechanic Association, at the New City Hall in the City of Portland, October, 1859. Portland: Ira Berry & Son, Printers. 1860.