Companion to the Contested Slice of Bread and Butter Been Bitten by a Dog, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 64 (Sale info: $14.00).
[Full entry reads: "Companion to the preceeding. - A boy in the foreground has just been bitten by a dog, which may be seen running in the background with a tin kettle attached to his tail, hotly pursued by several urchins - pleasing and highly finished pictures." Price noted in contemporary hand is for this entry and its companion piece, serial 03040047, together.]
150 Splendid, Modern, European Paintings, now exhibiting at the corner of Four-and-a-Half Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Will be sold without Reserve at Public Auction, on Saturday Morning, July 24, at ten o'clock. Dyer & Wright, Auc. Washington: Joseph Etter, Printer. 1841.