Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
A highly finished painting, representing to the life, a scene which is of frequent occurrence in the East. An Armenian Slave Merchant is eagerly bargaining with a Turkish Pacha, for the sale of a beautiful Circassian female; whilst the latter "From friends, and home, and freedom far estranged," with natural delicacy and undisguised horror, shrinks from the stedfast gaze of her future owner. [P. 7.]
Pupil of David.
Grand Exhibition of Paintings, at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Barclay Street. The Destruction of Jerusalem, A.D. 70. By Whichelo; The Revolt in Paris, 1358, by Giraud; Don Juan, Haidee and Lambro, The Circassian Slave, Saint John in the Desert, The Princess of Capua, the four last by Dubufe, the celebrated painter of Adam and Eve. Open from 10 in the morning, until 10 at night. Admittance--25 cents. Season Tickets for One Month, 1 Dollar. New York; Vinten, Printer, 63 Vesey St.