After Raffaele. The history of this person, to whom Raffaele was attached even to his death, is obscure. In the Tribune at Florence, there is a portrait of a very beautiful woman, holding the trimming of her mantle with her right hand, which is said to represent her. [P. 13.]
Catalogue of the First Annual Exhibition of the Western Academy of Art, corner of Fourth Street and Washington Avenue, Saint Louis. 1860. Second Edition. St. Louis: Printed at the Missouri Democrat Book and Job Office. 1860.