Two subjects from Tass Jerusalem | Dorinda and the death of Tancred – | T by far the best as to color and offering | fine parts. Some objection may be made | to the domestic being in Red, Tancred Blue and | Erminia [Finberg: Emilia] in yellow. But yet are united by colour | when consider’d abstractedly but glow | upon the final view. The yellow streak | of light above the Blue mountain is overstated | and the Blue too vivid yet upon the whole | it is a good ton’d and brilliant picture | painted upon a Ground of little value as | the paint is loaded. The Dorinda as | good as to the effect but not happy in the tones, which are rather black and in | total want of half shadow and color. D is in yellow [Finberg: D --- yellow], the sheep after the yellow streak | in sky is the first and broadest light showing and not so grand in T but better handled.