The Earl of Angus conferring Knighthood on De Wilton, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 35
See Walter Scott's Marmion.--Painted in London, 1810. "A Bishop by the altar stood,/ A noble lord of Douglas' blood,/ With mitre sheen, and rocquet white,/ Yet showed his meek and thoughtful eye,/ But little pride of prelacy, &c. &c." "Beside him, ancient Angus stood,/ Dull'd his furr'd gown and sable hood/ O'er his large form and visage pale/ He wore a cap and shirt of mail,/ And leaned his large and wrinkled hand/ Upon the huge and sweeping beard, &c. &c." "Then at the altar Wilton kneels,/ And Clare the spurs bound on his heels,/ And think what next he must have felt/ At buckling of the falchion belt/ And judge how Clara changed her hue, &c. &c." Scott's Marmion, Canto 6, Stanzas 11 and 12. [Pp. 31-32.]
Catalogue of Paintings of Colonel Trumbull, including eight subjects of the American Revolution, with near two hundred and fifty Portraits of persons distinguished in that important period painted by him from the Life, now exhibiting in the Gallery of Yale College, New-Haven. New-Haven: Printed by J. Peck, 1835.