On 2 June 1821 he married Louise Swanton, an accomplished writer and translator of English literature into French. Their son, Louis, would later marry Bessie Rayner Parkes, a prominent English feminist who remained a close personal friend of Swanton's long after the premature death of her husband. Louis Belloc and Parkes had two children who became writers: Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes and Hilaire Belloc.
- Death of Gaul, friend of Ossian, 1810
- The Flight into Egypt, 1812
- The Resting of the Holy Family, 1831
- Madame Belloc, His Daughter and the Painter, 1831 (Louvre)
- Portrait of Arthur Dillon, 1834 (museum of Versailles), right
- Death of Saint Louis, 1838
- Portrait of a lady in a chapeau-cloche, (Musée Magnin Dijon)
Notes & Sources
- Dictionnaire Nouveau Larousse illustré, tome deuxième, Claude Augé
- site Association des Amis et Passionnés du Père-Lachaise
- Swanton Belloc, Anne-Louise. "Papers of Louise Swanton Belloc" (Journals, biographical materials, family papers, and correspondence). Janus (Cambridge University Archives). Personal Papers of Bessie Rayner Parkes: Cambridge University. Retrieved 25 February 2016.
- Hirsch, Pam (1999). Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon: Feminist, Artist and Rebel (e-book). London: Pimlico (Random House). p. Chapter 13. ISBN 9780701167974. Retrieved 25 February 2016.
- Reinis, J.G. (1999). The Portrait Medallions of David D'Angers: An Illustrated Catalogue of David's Contemporary and Retrospective Portraits in Bronze. New York: Polymath Press. p. 452. ISBN 0937370010.
- Ministère de la culture – base Joconde
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