Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 80 (Sale info: For Sale).
In the forest of Sherwood--Gurth the Swineherd and Wamba the Jester, Serfs of Cedric the Saxon, are driving homeward their masters' herds of swine. The Templar Brian de Bois Guilbert and Prior Alymer overtake them, and enquire the way to Cedric's. Irritated by Gurth's evasive answer, the Templar is about to strike him, and the Swineherd lays his hand on his knife;--but the Prior interposes and prevents the collision. Gurth's dog Fangs is ready to join in the fray. In the background are seen the Knight's squires--his led war horse--his Ethiopian attendants, and the Prior's retinue of Monks, &c. [P. 5.]
Catalogue of Paintings, of the Third Exhibition of the Boston Artists' Association, 1844. At Harding's Gallery, 22 School Street. Boston: Clapp and Son's Press, No. 5 Water Street.