View of the City of London, A, on the River Thames, exhibited from the Lord Mayor's Barge, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 63 (Sale info: For Sale).
On the left of the painting, near the Waterloo Bridge, is the Adelphi or Somerset House; in the extreme distance is seen the Cathedral of Saint Paul's, and on the right of the picture the celebrated Iron Works, &c. &c. Drawn and painted on the spot, for the purpose of executing from it a drop-curtain for the Drury Lane Theater. R.A. [P. 10; full entry reads: "A View of the City of London, on the river Thames, exhibiting the Lord Mayor's Barge, on the day of collecting what is called the water-tolls."]
Catalogue of the First Exhibition of Philadelphia Artists, and of the School of Painting and Design. Philadelphia, April 2, 1838. No. 142 Chestnut Street. Admission 25 cents.--Season Tickets 50 cents. Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Co., Printers, 19 St. James Street. 1838.
Artist professional affiliation: Royal Academician.