TABLE OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Unless otherwise stated the medium is oil on canvas. Where the date of a Salon is not preceded by another date the picture was completed in or is dated the same year as the Salon. d. = dated
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2. Female Nude, c. 1820. Black and white chalk. 60 X 45 cm. Claude Roger- Marx Collection, Paris.9
3. Portrait of an Old Woman, c. 1822/6. 39.4 X 32.4 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art (anonymous loan).10
4. Nereid, after Rubens' Landing of Maria de' Medici at Marseilles, c. 1822. 61 X 46.5 cm. Kunstmuseum, Basel.11
5. Barque de Dante, Salon 1822. 1.89 X 2.46 m. Louvre, Paris. Dante: Inferno, Canto VIII. (Photo Giraudon).12
6. Barque de Dante, detail. Louvre, Paris.13
7. The Natchez, begun 1823, Salon 1835.0.90 X 1.16 m. Lord and Lady Walston Collection, Newton Hall, Cambridge. Chateaubriand: Atala, Epilogue.14
8. Head of a Woman, study for the Massacre de Scio, 1824. 39.4 X 31.8 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art (anonymous loan).15
9. Massacre de Scio, Salon 1824. 4.17 X 3.54 m. Louvre, Paris. (Photo Bergamo).16
10. Massacre de Scio, detail.21
11. Portrait of the Singer Baroilhet (?) in Turkish Costume, c. 1826. 46.3 X 38 cm. Louvre, Paris.22
12. Faust in his Study, c. 1826. Watercolour. 16.7 X 13.5 cm. Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University (Grenville L. Winthrop Bequest).23
13. Brighton. Worthing in the Distance, 1825. Watercolour. 8.3 X 11 cm. Louvre, Paris. (Photo Laniepce, Paris).24
14. Execution of Marino Faliero, 1826, Salon 1827. 1.45 X 1.13 m. Wallace Collection, London. Byron: Marino Faliero, Act V, sc. 4.29
15. Death of Saydanapalus, Salon 1827-8. 3.95 X 4.95 m. Louvre, Paris. Partly inspired by Byron: Sardanapalus, Act V, sc. 1.30
16. Study for Death of Saydanapalus, 1827. Pastel. 30 X 23.5 cm. Louvre, Paris.31
17. Death of Sardanapalus, detail.31
18. Head of a Woman, c. 1827, probably Salon 1827. 59.1 X 48.3 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art (anonymous loan).32

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