Second premium for water-colored photographs, to Mr. Winter. The pictures by Mr. Winter show much careful finish, and are free and artistic in touch, and exhibit fine harmony and delicacy of color in the draperies. But, although the flesh is warm and transparent, it is wanting in truth of color, especially in the shadows. These, we think, are some of the merits and the faults of the three young girls, which is one of the most pleasing exhibited in the Art Gallery. The grouping is natural and picturesque. [P. 68; exhibited udner heading: "Colored Photographs."]
Report of the Fifth Industrial Exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute of the City of San Francisco, held at the Pavilion of the Institute, from the 10th of August to the 9th of September, A.D. 1865. San Francisco: Mining and Scientific Press Book and Job Printing Office. No. 505 Clay Street, corner of Sansome. 1865.