- This was the passage that accompanied Martin’s large canvas of Macbeth exhibited at the British Institution in 1820. See Algernon Graves, The British Institution 1806-1867, London, 1908, p.370.
- Ed. Martin Myrone, John Martin: Apocalypse, exh. cat., London (Tate Gallery), 2011, pp.99-108.
- G. F. Waagen, Works of Art and Artists in England, 1838, London, vol.II, p.162.
- Ed. Martin Myrone, John Martin: Sketches of my Life, London, 2011, p.34.
- See Michael J. Campbell, John Martin Visionary Printmaker, exh. cat. York (York City Art Gallery), 1992, p.189.
- Martin apparently made inquiries into historical highland dress when preparing the painting in 1820. Leopold Charles Martin, Reminiscences of John Martin, K.L., The Newcastle Weekly Chronicle, Supplement, January 26th 1889, p.1.
- Engraved by R. Brandard for The Winter’s Wreath, 1832 facing p.37.
- Ed. Martin Myrone, John Martin: Apocalypse, exh. cat., London (Tate Gallery), 2011, cat. no.114, pp.204-205.