Original Model in clay, Head of a Lady, (sculpture)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 422
An extraordinary production, when it is considered that a few months ago the artist was a country blacksmith. It has faults certainly, but gives evidence, notwithstanding, of superior talent, and is worthy of all encouragement, as being the foundation of sculpture, hitherto so little cultivated in this country. A Diploma. [P. 83.]
First Exhibition and Fair of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. Faneuil and Quincy Halls. In the City of Boston. September 18, 1837. Boston: Published by Dutton and Wentworth. For the Association. 1837.