Two fine paintings. Some robbers are well armed, stopping a carriage; others are about making an attack, in the narrow passes of a mountainous country. Very natural. [P. 16; although described in this comment as "Two fine paintings," only one title and one catalogue number appear in the catalogue.]
Synopsis of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of Original Paintings, by the Best Old Masters, selected from the Galleries of several Italian Noblemen, as the Foundation of an American National Gallery, is now open for exhibition at St. Louis Ball Room. New-Orleans: Printed on Rea's Power Press, 58 Magazine Street. 1847.