Pierre Charles Baquoy
His drawings of this kind, like those of others such as the La Mesangere editor Pierre Antoine Leboux de la Mesangere, Paul Gavarni, Antoine Charles Horace Vernet and Louis-Marie Lanté are considered an essential resource for the study of the fashion and society of the time.
- Baquoy's career is mentioned by Dr. David Charlton, 'A maitre d'orchestre . . . Conducts': New and Old Evidence on French Practice' in Early Music, Vol. 21, No. 3, French Baroque II (Aug., 1993), JSTOR 3128287
- Heather Belnap Jensen, The Journal des Dames et des Modes: Fashioning Women in the Arts, c. 1800-1815 http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/spring_06/articles/jens_print.html
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- Caesarea (Straton’s Tower), view of Caius Caesar's Cenotaph. In the front, tents of a caravan. Between the foothills and the mountains in the back, galloping horsemen. 1799.
- Frederic et Voltaire, circa 1796 - 1798
- Pierre Charles Baquoy, Napoleon at St. Helen
- Les petits parrains (The little godfathers)
- 1787 Illustration for Chapter 19 of Voltaire's Candide in "Os anos que salvaram a reputação de Voltaire" (Portuguese-language article)
- Microfilm collection of "La Mesangere". University of Maryland Libraries. Archived from the original on 23 June 2012. Retrieved 5 September 2013.
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