Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 48 (Sale info: For Sale).
"Adolph having at midnight of one of the coldest days of winter, torn the old man from his bed, forced him, covered by only his nightdress, to walk bare-footed over ice and snow seven leagues, while he himself rode on horseback by the side of his victim."--Vide Revolution of the Netherlands, CVIII. [P. 12.]
Catalogue of the Pittsburgh Art Association. All pictures owned by artists are for sale. Winter Exhibition, 1870-71. Pittsburgh: Printed by Urben, Buettler & Co., 40 1/2 Fifth Avenue. 1871.
Artist address: Antwerp.
State of Being--Evil--Sin
Literature--Unknown--Revolution of the Netherlands