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The Entrance to the Fountain of Pomona, Known as Fontanone, at the Villa d'Este in Tivoli.
Coresus and Callirhoe. (First version).
Venus Refusing Cupid a Kiss.
Rinaldo in Armida's Garden. Detail.
Portrait of Man ("The Warrior").
Portrait of Diderot.
The Pursuit. One of the panels from The Progress of Love.
Love as Conqueror.
A Young Girl Reading.
The Visit to the Nursery.
The Farmers' Children.
The New Model.
Girl Making a Dog Dance on Her Bed.
La Fete a Saint-Cloud.
Young Woman Holding Up Her Child.
The Lost Wager.
The Storm or The Cart Stuck in the Mire.
The Grand Cascade at Tivoli.
Psyche Showing Her Sisters Her Gifts from Cupid.
The Useless Resistance.
A Game of Hot Cockes.
Portrait of a Girl (Study or Song).
The Toilet of Venus.
The Meeting. One of the panels from The Progress of Love.
The Good Mother.
Man Seated in an Armchair.
Italian Park with Cypresses.
The Little Swing.
The Fair at Saint-Cloud.
A Boy as Pierrot.
The Vow to Love.
The Cradle of the Happy Family.
The Stolen Kiss.
The White Bull.
Jeroboam Sacrificing to the Idols.
Venus and Cupid (also called Day).
The Italian Family.
Avenue of Trees.
The Love Letter.
Groups of Children in the Sky ("A Swarm of Cupids").
A Game of Horse and Rider.
Portrait de Fantasie: Monsieur de la Breteche.
Marie-Madeleine Guimard, Dancer.
Portrait of a Young Man ("The Actor").
Fantastic Figure. Portrait of the Abbe de Saint-Non.
The Happy Family.
The Schoolmistress ("Now Say Please").
Love as Folly.
The Education of the Virgin.
Head of a Young Man.
Young Woman Standing (Rosalie Fragonard).
Forsaken, or Reverie.
The Gardens of the Villa d 'Este at Tivoli ("The Little Park").
The Watering Place.
Rinaldo in the Gardens of Armida.
Portrait of a Horseman ("Saint-Non in Spanish Costume).
The Loves of the Shepherds: Love Letters. One of the panels from The Progress of Love series.
The Isle of Love, also called La Fête à Rambouillet.
The High Priest Coresus Sacrifices Himself to Save Callirhoe.
Rinaldo in the Enchanted Forest.
1764. Oil on canvas. 72 x 91 cm. Private collection.