This admirable artist, who is a native of Haerlem [sic], and is now living, has studied the works of the celebrated A. Cuyp. DESCRIPTION. A small upright landscape, in which an equestrian figure is seen riding through a gate, held open by a child, whose mother is close by with an infant in her arms, while the father is soliciting alms from the gentleman passing through. On the left are some sheep grazing, and on the right is a cottage. The whole is touched with a great freedom and spirit, and the colouring is clear and mellow. From the Collection of I. Johnson Esq. of England. [P. 32.]
A Catalogue of Italian, Flemish, Spanish, Dutch, French, and English Pictures; which have been collected in Europe and brought to this country by Mr. Richard Abraham, of New Bond Street, London, and are now exhibiting at the American Academy of Fine Arts. March, 1830. Admittance, forty cents. Children under twelve years, half price. Catalogues, twelve and a half cents. New York: Printed by R. & G.S. Wood, No. 265 Pearl Street.