View looking down the river south. The point in the extreme distance is New York. The bluff land on the right is Fort Lee. The following three continuous or Panoramic views of the Hudson looking from Harvey's Marble 60 miles. [Pp. 26-27; see entries 05700054 and 05700055 for other works noted in this commentary.]
An index to the Original Water Color Drawings and Oil Paintings, executed by Mr. Harvey, and now exhibiting for a short time at No. 322 Broadway, opposite the Hospital. To which is attached, a concise history of the cause which has led to the commencement of the Publication of the Drawings as a National Work of Art. Also, the address upon the Utility of the Fine Arts, delivered before the American Institute in 1842. New York: C.C. & C. Childs, Printers, 30 Vesey St. 1843.
Artist professional affiliation: Associate National Academician.