In the little picture (140) "Prout's Neck" Mr. Kimball seems to have won a victory over the stubborn means art has placed at his disposal. There is such freedom about this painting, such truthfulness, harmony and peace, as constitute it a work of the highest art. [P. 28; exhibited under heading: "The Works of 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.