A richly wooded country, with a road passing over a bridge, along which peasants with their cattle are traveling; on the right a bold group of large trees, and on the left a thick growth of shrubbery, and a clump of trees of a lighter foliage than those opposite; in the distance, the road is seen winding by a stream, and beyond are lofty mountains reflecting the light of the sun. The effect is that of an autumn evening. This picture and No. 24 are original compositions by the same artist who painted the copy of Claude, No. 20. [Pp. 9-10; see entries 03550020 and 03550024 for other works noted in this commentary.]
A Descriptive Catalogue of a Private Collection of Cabinet Oil Paintings, and Other Works of Art, in the Possession of H. Russell Paine. Charleston, S.C. Harper & Calvo, Printers. 1855.