There are but few of this class of pictures on exhibition. The luxuries of painting can only follow the introduction of wealth-creating improvements, and it cannot be expected that at this epoch of the development of art in California, the talents of artists in this class will be duly encouraged. Six pieces are presented by this lady. Among them, two, her "Night" and "Morning," are the best in the exhibition. They are rather cool, but their perspective and general effect is fine. A Diploma. [P. 97.]
Report of the First Industrial Exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute of the City of San Francisco, held at the Pavilion of the Institute, from the 5th to the 20th September, A.D. 1857; to which is prefixed a Brief Outline of the Origin and Progress of the Association, with its Constitution, By-laws, etc. San Francisco: Printed at the Franklin Office 1858.