Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
A CABINET containing a very highly finished specimen of modelling in wax representing our Saviour on the Cross. The visitor is invited to a close inspection of this figure. It is, perhaps, the most perfect production of the kind ever witnessed. It exhibits in a most correct manner the beauty and symmetry of the human form; several distinguished surgeons have pronounced it faultless, in its anatomical proportions,--the agony of physical suffering, is perfectly life-like, the clotted blood gushing from the pierced hands, is true to nature:--as a specimen of the art, it has met universal praise. The letters above the Cross signify Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews. [P. 22.] [P. 22.]
Grand Exhibition of Statuary; executed by Mrs. W. Pelby, consisting of Groups, representing the following important and interesting subjects, the size of life. The Trial of Christ, Abraham Offering His Son Isaac as a Sacrifice, Christ Forgiving the Woman Taken in Sin, Picture of Selfishness in contrast with Benevolence, The Intemperate Family, The Birth of Christ, and in Miniature or Cabinet Size, The Last Supper, The Trial of Christ, The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, The Saviour on the Cross, Scene on the Mohawk. Boston. Hooton's Press, Haskin's Building. 1846.