Michel DeSubleay (1602-1668), ‘The Rape of Europe’ after Guido Reni. Published in ‘La Scuola di Guido Reni’ by Emilio Negro and Massimo Pirondini, 1992 and in ‘Michele DeSubleo’ by Alberto Cottino, 2001. Private collection, Italy.

Antoine Rivalz (1667-1735), ‘The martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew’. Published in ‘Antoine Rivalz, le Romain de Toulouse’ by Jean Penent, 2004. Musée des Augustins, Toulouse, France.

Jacques Stella (1596-1657), ‘Delilah cutting Samson’s Hair’.  Published in ‘dhistoire-et-dart.com’ by Sylvain Kerspern, 2008. Private collection, USA.

Claudine Bouzonnet Stella (1636-1697), “The birth of the Virgin’. The preparatory drawing published    in the exhibition catalogue Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon and Musée des Augustins, Toulouse by Sylvain Laveissière, 2006. Private collection, USA.

Georges Lallemant (1575-1636), ‘Ecce Homo’. Private collection, USA.

Jacques Stella (1596-1657), ‘The Return from Egypt’. Published in ‘dhistoire-et-dart.com’ by Sylvain Kerspern, 2016. Private collection USA.

Jacques de Létin (1614-1673), ‘The martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria’. Published in ‘La Tribune de l’Art’ by Didier Rykner, 2012. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Troyes, France

Charles Poerson (1609-1667), ‘Allegory of Requited and Abundant Love’. Published in ‘Le Goût français I’ by Galerie Alexis Bordes, 2015. Private collection, France.

After (?) Georges de La Tour (1593-1652), ‘The Penitent Saint Domenic’, oil on canvas, 101 x 81 cm. Published by Dr. Robert Fohr in his re-edition of ‘Georges de La Tour, Le maître des nuits’, 2018, cat. 80. Private collection, France

Pierre Brebiette (ca. 1598-1642), ‘Neptune Calming the Storm’, oil on canvas, 111.7 x 148.6 cm. Published and illustrated by Dr. Paola Bassani Pacht, in a special exhibition catalogue ‘Brebiette, Neptune Calming the Storm’, Galerie Alexis Bordes, Paris, 2014.

François Boucher (1703-1770), ‘The departure of Rebecca’, Two drawings after Solimena. Published in ‘François Boucher, hier et aujourd’hui’ by Françoise Joulie and Jean-François Méjanès, Louvre 2003/4. Musée Fesch, Ajaccio, Corsica.

François-Joseph Navez (1787-1869), ‘ Portrait of Mademoiselle Louise’. Published in ‘Gazette des Beaux-Arts’ by Denis Coekelberghs, 2002. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK.

Nicolas-Guy Brenet (1728-1792), first oil sketch for a final work in the Louvre, 1781 ‘Achilles setting out to retrieve the body of Patroclus from the hands of the Trojans’. Listed in ‘Nicolas-Guy Brenet’ by Marc Sandoz, 1979. Private collection, Belgium

Alexis-Joseph Mazerolle (1826-1889),’The dream of Athalie’, oil sketch for a ceiling mural in the Comédie-Française, Paris. Private collection, France.

Baron Joseph Ducreux, ‘Portrait présumé de sa mère, Anne Béliard Ducreux’, oil on canvas, 61.5 x 53 cm. Donated to the New Orleans Art Museum, 2021


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