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Ruhendes Mädchen (Resting Maiden)
(1752, oil on canvas, currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

A Lady on Her Day Bed
(1743, oil on canvas, currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Abduction of Europa (Rape of Europa) (L'Enlévement d'Europe)
(circa 1732-1734, oil on canvas, height: 231 cm (90.9 in), width: 274 cm (107.9 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Abduction of Europa (Rape of Europa) (L'Enlévement d'Europe)
(1747, oil on canvas, 160.5 × 193.5 cm (63.2 × 76.2 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Abduction of Europa (Rape of Europa) (L'Enlévement d'Europe)
(circa 1753-1770, wool and silk tapsetry weave; 22 warps per inch, 144 x 174 in. ( 365.76 x 441.96 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Adoration of the Magi
(circa 1755-1760, oil and black chalk on paper, 48.7 × 40 cm (19.2 × 15.7 in), currently @ Museum Kunsthaus Heylshof, Worms, Allemagne.)

Adoration of the Shepherds
(1750, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, France.)

Afternoon Meal
(1739, oil on canvas, height: 81.5 cm (32.1 in), width: 65.5 cm (25.8 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Alexandrine Le Normant d'Étiolles, Playing with a Goldfinch
(Attributed to François Boucher, oil on canvas, 54 × 45.5 cm (21.3 × 17.9 in), currently in a private collection.)

Allegory of Wisdom and Strength: The Choice of Hercules, or Hercules and Omphale
(After Paolo Veronese, circa 1750, oil on canvas, 223 × 171 cm (87.8 × 67.3 in), currently @  Museu de Arte de São Paulo.)

Antony and Cleopatra  (Antoine et Cléopâtre)
(1761, oil on canvas, 587 × 675.)

Antony and Cleopatra (Antoine et Cléopâtre) [reverse]

Antoine Watteau (Engraving.)

Apollo Revealing his Divinity before the Shepherdess Isse
(1750, oil on canvas, height: 129 cm (50.8 in), width: 158 cm (62.2 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours, France.)

Apollo Revealing his Divinity before the Shepherdess Isse [another view]

Are They Thinking about the Grape? (Pensent-ils au raisin?)
(1747, oil on canvas, height: 808 mm (31.81 in), width: 685 mm (26.97 in), currently @ Art Institute of Chicago.)

Are They Thinking about the Grape? (Pensent-ils au raisin?) [another view]

Are They Thinking about the Grape? (Pensent-ils au raisin?) [framed]

Artist in His Studio
(circa 1733, red chalk, heightened with white, sheet- 14 1/4 x 10 1/2 in. (36.2 x 26.67 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Au Vinaigre
(By Simon François Ravenet after François Boucher, circa 1761, engraving, currently @ Bibliothèque nationale de France.)

Aurora and Cephalus (L'Aurore et Céphale) [detail]
(1733, oil on canvas, 250 × 175 cm (98.4 × 68.9 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, France.)

Aurora and Cephalus
(1769, oil on canvas, currently @ Getty Center, Los Angeles.)

Autumn Pastoral (Un Automne pastoral)
(1749, oil on canvas, height: 260 cm (102.4 in), width: 199 cm (78.3 in) currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Autumn Pastoral (Un Automne pastoral) [detail]

Bacchus and Ariadne
(circa 1747-1766, tapestry-woven wool and silk, 141 x 216 in. (358.14 x 548.64 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Beautiful Kitchen (La belle cuisinière)
(Oil on canvas, currently @ Musée Cognacq-Jay, Paris.)

Bird Catchers
(1748, oil on canvas, 116 × 133 in (294.6 × 337.8 cm), currently @ Getty Center, Los Angeles.)

Bird Catchers [another view, detail with mark-up]

Bird Catchers [another view, detail with mark-up]

Bird Catchers [another view, detail with mark-up]

Birth of Venus
(circa 1750, oil on canvas, currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Boreas Abducting Oreithyia
(1769, oil on canvas, 273.3 × 205 cm (107.6 × 80.7 in), currently @ Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.)

Bridge (Le Pont)
(1751, oil on canvas, 67 × 85 cm (26.4 × 33.5 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, London.)

Brown Odalisque (L'Odalisque Brune)
(circa 1745-1753, oil on canvas, height: 53 cm (20.9 in), width: 64 cm (25.2 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Brown Odalisque (L'Odalisque Brune) [another view]

Bust of a young girl
(Black and red chalk, pastel on paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Bust of a Young Woman in a Shift with Her Hair Tied Up, Seen from Behind
(circa 1740, white chalk, black chalk and sanguine on fawn paper, 28.7 × 23.6 cm (11.3 × 9.3 in), currently in Collection of Jean Bonna, Geneva.)

Charlotta Fredrika Sparre (Swedish lady-in-waiting)
(1741, red chalk, black chalk and white chalk.)

Charms of Country Life (Les Charmes de la vie champêtre)
(1737, oil on canvas, 100 × 145 cm (39.4 × 57.1 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Choice Between Virtue and Vice, Hercules at the Crossroads
(After Paolo Veronese, circa 1750, oil on canvas, 223 × 171 cm (87.8 × 67.3 in), currently @ Museu de Arte de São Paulo.)

Child with hat
(Currently @ Museo Nacional de San Carlos, Mexico City.)

Chinese Dance, sketch for The Chinese Tapestry (La Danse chinoise, esquisse pour la Tenture chinoise)
(1742, oil on canvas, height: 42 cm (16.5 in), width: 65 cm (25.6 in), currently @ Musée des beaux-arts et d'archéologie de Besançon, France.)

Chinese Emporor's Hearing (l'Audience de l'Empereur de Chine) [detail]
(1740, currently @ Musée des beaux-arts et d'archéologie de Besançon, France.)

Chinese Fishing (La Pêche chinoise)
(1742, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée des beaux-arts et d'archéologie de Besançon, France.)

Chinese Garden (Le Jardin chinois) [detail]
(1742, oil on canvas, 40.5 × 48 cm (15.9 × 18.9 in), currently @ Musée des beaux-arts et d'archéologie de Besançon, France.)

Chinese style

Chinese style

Coat of arms of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and of King Stanislas Augustus with the allegorical figures of Peace and Justice
(1765, ink on paper, 26.4 × 37.1 cm (10.4 × 14.6 in), currently @ Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie.)

Collation from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
(Designed circa 1734–1736, woven 1762, wool, silk tapestry (21-23 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.), height: 2,832 mm (111.5 in), width: 4,077 mm (160.51 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Crossing the Bridge
(circa 1730-1739, oil on canvas, height: 59 cm (23.2 in), width: 72 cm (28.3 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Crossing the Ford
(circa 1730-1739, oil on canvas, height: 59 cm (23.2 in), width: 72 cm (28.3 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Cupid as a prisoner
(1754, oil on canvas, 164.5 × 84.5 cm (64.8 × 33.3 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Cupid disarmed (L'Amour désarmé)
(1751, oil on canvas, 134 × 86.4 cm (52.8 × 34 in), currently @ Galerie Charpentier, Paris.)

Cupid disarmed (L'Amour désarmé) [detail]

Cupid Wounding Psyche
(1741, oil on canvas, 27 x 60 in. (68.58 x 152.4 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.)

Cupid Wounding Psyche [another view]

Daydreaming

Death of Meleager (La mort de Méléagre)
(circa 1727, oil on canvas, 20 1/8 x 26 1/4 in. (51.12 x 66.68 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.)

Death of Meleager (La mort de Méléagre)
(1727, length: 63 cm (24.8 in), height: 45 cm (17.7 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes, France.)

Design for an Escutcheon in Honor of William Earl Cowper
(circa 1730, charcoal, brush and brown wash on tan paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Designs for Chinoiserie Ornament
(circa 1730-1760, black chalk, pen and brown ink on paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Diana after the Hunt (Le Retour de chasse de Diane)
(1745, oil on canvas, 94 × 131 cm (37 × 51.6 in), currently @ Musée Cognacq-Jay, Paris.)

Diana leaving her Bath (Diane sortant du bain)
(1742, 57 × 73 cm (22.4 × 28.7 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Diana leaving her Bath [detail]

Diana leaving her Bath [detail]

Don Quijote-hall in the Festvåningen part of the Royal Palace, Stockholm, 1938, with overdoor paintings by François Boucher

Don Quijote hall - Postcard
(circa 1940-1959)

Dovecote
(1758, oil on canvas, 18 5/8 x 28 in. (47.3 x 71.1 cm), currently @ Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, Missouri.)

Drawing
(Attributed to François Boucher, oil on canvas, 40 × 32.7 cm (15.7 × 12.9 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Dreaming Shepherdess
(circa 1763, oil on canvas, height: 60 cm (23.6 in), width: 47 cm (18.5 in), currently @ Residenzgalerie, Salzburg.)

Du porte-feuille de Mr. Néra
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, circa 1740-1770, crayon manner print.)

Education of Cupid (L’Éducation de l'Amour)
(1742, oil on canvas, height: 118 cm (46.5 in), width: 134 cm (52.8 in), currently @ Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin.)

Erato The Muse Of Love Poetry
(1758, oil on canvas.)

Etude
(circa 1750)

Female Nude

Female Nude
(circa 1740-1749, sanguine on paper. Owned by the print room of the Warsaw University Library, it was deliberately burned by the German Nazis in October 1944 during the Planned destruction of Warsaw.)

Female Nude on a Dolphin
(circa 1730-1740, red chalk, heightened with white, on coarse cream-cloured paper, height: 307 mm (12.09 in), width: 390 mm (15.35 in), currently @ Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam.)

Fête galante
(circa 1730-1739, sanguine on paper, currently @ Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie.)

Fire Screen: The Sense of Taste
(circa 1750, etching, printed from two plates, hand colored with brush and watercolor on paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

First View about Charenton near Paris
(By Peter Paul Benazech after François Boucher, engraving, sheet: 8 1/4 x 9 15/16 in. (20.9 x 25.3 cm), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Forest
(1740, oil on canvas, height: 131 cm (51.6 in), width: 163 cm (64.2 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Fountain of Love (La fontaine d'amour)
(1748, currently @ Getty Center, Los Angeles.)

Fountain of Venus
(1756, oil on canvas, currently @ Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.)

Fountain Study I
(Oil on canvas.)

Fountain Study II
(Oil on canvas.)

Four Seasons: Autumn
(1755, oil on canvas, 56.5 × 73 cm (22.2 × 28.7 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Four Seasons: Spring
(1755, oil on canvas, 54.3 × 72.7 cm (21.4 × 28.6 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Four Seasons: Summer
(1755, oil on canvas, currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Four Seasons: Winter
(circa 1735-1755, height: 55.3 cm (21.8 in), width: 71.3 cm (28.1 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Four Seasons: Winter [another view]

François Boucher
(By Gustaf Lundberg, reception piece for the Académie royale de peinture presented on January 28, 1741, pastel on blue paper, currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

François Boucher
(By Gustaf Lundberg, black and white.)

François Boucher
(By Alexander Roslin, 1760, oil on canvas, 65 × 54 cm (25.6 × 21.3 in), currently @ Château de Versailles, France.)

François Boucher
(By Manuel Salvador Carmona after Alexander Roslin, 1761, engraving, 36 × 25.5 cm - 14.2 × 10 in.)

François Boucher painting with convenient clock and oval table
(Located @ Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France.)

François Boucher's autograph

Gallant Shepherd (Le Pasteur galant)
(circa 1738, oil on canvas, 147 × 198 cm (57.9 × 78 in), currently @ Hôtel de Soubise, Paris.)

Genies (Les Génies des Arts)
(1761, currently @ Musée des beaux-arts d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France.)

Girl with a Jug

Girl with bouquet of roses (Jeune fille au bouquet de roses)

Girl with Roses
(By Workshop of François Boucher, circa 1760-1769, oil on canvas, 54.6 × 42.5 cm (21.5 × 16.7 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Head of a woman
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, circa 1750-1770, crayon manner print.)

Head of a Young Girl
(circa 1750, oil on canvas, 36 × 28 cm (14.2 × 11 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Head of a young lady
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, circa 1740-1770, crayon manner print.)

Hercules and Omphale
(circa 1730-1739, height: 900 mm (35.43 in), width: 740 mm (29.13 in), currently @ Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.)

Hommage Champètre (Pastorale) in Nouveaux Morceaux pour des Paravents [New Concepts for Screens]
(1740, etching and engraving on white laid paper, from the Collection of Léon Decloux, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Illustration des Œuvres de M. de Crébillon, tome premier [cover]
(1750, currently @ Bibliothèque nationale de France.)

Illustration des Œuvres de M. de Crébillon, tome premier

Illustration des Œuvres de M. de Crébillon, tome premier

Illustration des Œuvres de M. de Crébillon, tome premier

Illustration from Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary
(1890—1907)

Interior of a Barn with a Family of Coopers
(circa 1763-1766, black and white chalk on light tan paper, height: 311 mm (12.24 in), width: 260 mm (10.24 in), currently @ J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.)

Interrupted Sleep (Le Sommeil interrompu)
(1750, oil on canvas, height: 82 cm (32.3 in), width: 75 cm (29.5 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Interrupted Sleep [detail]

Intimate Toilette, A woman who pees (La Toilette intime, Une Femme qui pisse)
(circa 1760-1769.)

Jeune fille endormie
(Oil on canvas, currently @ Abbaye de Chaalis - Musée Jacquemart-André, Fontaine-Chaalis.)

Judgement of Susannah (Le Jugement de Suzanne)
(circa 1720-1721, oil on canvas, 82.5 × 145.2 cm (32.5 × 57.2 in), currently @ National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.)

Juno Asking Aeolus to Release the Winds
(1769, oil on canvas, 278.2 × 203.2 cm (109.5 × 80 in), currently @ Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.)

Jupiter and Kallisto
(1744, oil on canvas, 98 × 72 cm - 38.6 × 28.3 in, currently @ Pushkin Museum, Moscow.)

Jupiter and Kallisto [another view]

Jupiter and Leda
(By William Wynne Ryland after François Boucher, 1758, etching and engraving on paper, 38 × 44.2 cm (15 × 17.4 in), currently @ Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie.)

Jupiter as Diana Surprises Callisto
(1769, oil on canvas.)

Jupiter in the Guise of Diana, and the Nymph Callisto (La Nymphe Callisto, séduite par Jupiter sous les traits de Diane)
(1759, oil on canvas, 57.79 × 69.85 cm (22.8 × 27.5 in), currently @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri.)

Jupiter in the Guise of Diana, and the Nymph Callisto [detail]

L'apothéose d'Enée

La toilette
(1742, oil on canvas, height: 53 cm (20.9 in), width: 67 cm (26.4 in), currently @ Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.)

La toilette [another view]

Landscape with a Young Fisherman (The Gallant Fisherman) (Le Pêcheur galant)
(1768, oil on canvas, 49.5 × 64.7 cm (19.5 × 25.5 in), currently @ Manchester Art Gallery, England.)

Landscape near Beauvais
(circa 1740-1749, oil on canvas, 49 × 58 cm (19.3 × 22.8 in), currently @ Hermitage museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Landscape with a Water Mill
(1740, oil on canvas, height: 1,303.26 mm (51.31 in), width: 1,631.94 mm (64.25 in), currently @ Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri.)

Landscape with Fisherman and a Young Woman
(1769, oil on canvas, framed: 87.6 × 78.1 × 12.7 cm (34.5 × 30.7 × 5 in), currently @ Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.)

Landscape with Kirschpflückerin
(1768, oil on canvas, currently @ Kenwood House, London.)

Landscape with the Brother Lucas
(circa 1750, oil on canvas, 65 × 54 cm (25.6 × 21.3 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Le Cris de Paris - A Racomoder les Vieux Souflets (Mend the Old Bellows)
(By Jacques Philippe Le Bas after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 10 13/16 x 7 5/16 in. (27.4 x 18.6 cm) trimmed, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Au Vinaigre (Vinegar)
(By Simon Francis Ravenet the elder after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 10 13/16 x 7 3/8 in. (27.4 x 18.8 cm) trimmed, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Balais Balais (Brushes Brushes)
(By Jacques Philippe Le Bas after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 10 13/16 x 7 7/16 in. (27.5 x 18.9 cm) trimmed, currently @  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Chaudronier Chaudronier (Boilermaker Boilermaker)
(By Simon Francis Ravenet the elder after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 10 13/16 x 7 1/2 in. (27.5 x 19 cm) trimmed, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Gaigne Petit
(By Simon Francis Ravenet the elder after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 10 3/4 x 7 7/16 in. (27.3 x 18.9 cm) trimmed, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Gaigne Petit
(By Simon Francis Ravenet the elder after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 11 13/16 x 7 15/16 in. (30 x 20.2 cm), plate: 11 1/8 x 7 9/16 in. (28.2 x 19.2 cm), currently @  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Cris de Paris - Noisettes (Nutcrackers)
(After Jacques Philippe Le Bas after François Boucher, etching and engraving, sheet: 8 7/8 x 6 7/16 in. (22.5 x 16.4 cm), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Le Mariage de Psyché et de l’Amour
(1744, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen.)

Le Moulin
(1751, oil on canvas, 67 × 85 cm (26.4 × 33.5 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Le Sommeil (Recumbent woman seen from behind)
(Black and red chalk with white highlights on brown paper, 249 × 425 mm, currently @ École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, Paris.)

Leda and the Swan
(Attributed to François Boucher, circa 1740, oil on canvas, currently in a private collection.)

Leda and the Swan
(1742, oil on canvas, 59.5 × 74 cm (23.4 × 29.1 in), currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)

Léda in Nouveaux Morceaux pour des paravents [New Concepts for Screens]
(1740, etching and engraving on white laid paper, from the Collection of Léon Decloux, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Les Sabots
(1768, oil on canvas, height: 622 mm (24.49 in), width: 521 mm (20.51 in), currently @ Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.)

Light of the World (La Lumière du monde)
(1750, oil on canvas, 175 × 130 cm (68.9 × 51.2 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, France.)

Little Pilgrim
(circa 1755-1760, oil on canvas, currently @ Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana.)

Louis Philippe of Orléans as a child
(1750, oil on canvas.)

Love Bird Catcher (L'Amour Oiseleur)
(circa 1731–1733, oil on canvas, currently @ Honolulu Academy of Arts.)

Love Bird Catcher (L'Amour Oiseleur) [framed]

Love Bird Catcher (L'Amour Oiseleur) [framed – another view]

Lovers in a Park
(1758, oil on canvas, 91.5 × 76.75 in (232.4 × 194.9 cm), currently @ Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California.)

Lovers in a Park [another view]

Lunch (Le Dejeuner)
(1739, oil on canvas, 81.5 × 61.5 cm (32.1 × 24.2 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Lunch (Le Dejeuner) [detail]

Madame Bergeret
(circa 1766, oil on canvas, height: 143.5 mm (5.65 in), width: 105.4 mm (4.15 in), currently @ National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

Madame Boucher (?)
(1743, oil on canvas, height: 57 cm (22.4 in), width: 68 cm (26.8 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Madame de Pompadour (La Marquise de Pompadour)
(circa 1750, 60 × 45.5 cm (23.6 × 17.9 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Madame de Pompadour
(1754, pastel over sanguine and light grey-blue washes, height: 365 mm (14.37 in), width: 281 mm (11.06 in), currently @ National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Victoria, Australia.)

Madame de Pompadour
(1756, oil on canvas, 212 × 164 cm (83.5 × 64.6 in), currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

Madame de Pompadour [another view]

Madame de Pompadour [detail]

Madame de Pompadour
(circa 1758, oil on canvas, 37.9 × 46.3 cm (14.9 × 18.2 in, framed 64.14 × 55.88 × 8.89 cm (25.3 × 22 × 3.5 in), currently @ National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.)

Madame de Pompadour, Mistress of Louis XV (Madame de Pompadour, maîtresse de Louis XV)
(1758, oil on canvas, height: 72.5 cm (28.5 in), width: 57 cm (22.4 in), currently @ Victoria and Albert Museum, London.)

Madame de Pompadour
(1759, oil on canvas, 91 × 68 cm (35.8 × 26.8 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Madame de Pompadour [detail]

Madonna and Child with John the Baptist
(Currently @ Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.)

Marriage of Psyche and Love (Le mariage de Psyché et de l'Amour)
(1744, oil on canvas, 93 × 130 cm (36.6 × 51.2 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Mercury Confiding the Infant Bacchus to the Nymphs of Nysa
(1769, oil on canvas, 272.5 × 201.6 cm (107.3 × 79.4 in), currently @ Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.)

Mercury Entrusting the Infant Bacchus to the Nymphs of Nysa
(1734, currently @ Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio.)

Mill
(1751, oil on canvas, height: 66 cm (26 in), width: 84 cm (33.1 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Mill at Charenton
(circa 1750-1759, oil on canvas, height: 72 cm (28.3 in), width: 92 cm (36.2 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans, Loiret, France.)

Mill at Charenton
(1758, oil on canvas, height: 1,130 mm (44.49 in), width: 1,460 mm (57.48 in), currently @ Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio.)

Milliner (The Morning)
(1746, oil on canvas, Height: 64 cm (25.2 in). Width: 53 cm (20.9 in), currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)

Modiste (La Marchande de modes)
(1746, oil on canvas, 64 × 53 cm (25.2 × 20.9 in), currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)

Modiste (La Marchande de modes) [detail]
(By René Gaillard after François Boucher, 1755, engraving, 37.7 × 25.7 cm - 14.8 × 10.1 in.)

Morning or Lady at her Toilet [detail] (Le Matin ou La Dame à sa toilette [détail]
(After François Boucher, circa 1734, engraving, 31.5 × 21.6 cm - 12.4 × 8.5 in.)

Mucius Scaevola Putting His Hand in the Fire
(Currently @ Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin.)

Muse Euterpe
(1755, oil on canvas, 96 x 140 cm.)

Nice Lesson (L'agréable leçon)
(Currently @ Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Toul.)

Nude
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, engraving.)

Nude [detail]
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, engraving.)

Pages from Faunillane by Carl Gustaf Tessin
(1741, with engravings by François Boucher.)

Painter in his Studio
(circa 1730-1735, oil on panel, height: 27 cm (10.6 in), width: 22 cm (8.7 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Pan and Syrinx
(1743, oil on canvas, 101 × 133 cm (39.8 × 52.4 in), currently in a private collection.)

Pan and Syrinx
(1759, oil on canvas, 32.4 × 41.9 cm (12.8 × 16.5 in), currently @ National Gallery, London.)

Pan and Syrinx
(circa 1762, oil on canvas, height: 95 cm (37.4 in), width: 79 cm (31.1 in), currently @ Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.)

Pasha in His Harem
(circa 1735-1739, pen, ink, brush, gray wash, watercolor, currently @ Albertina, Wien.)

Pastoral
(circa 1730, oil on canvas, framed: 63.5 × 71.1 × 8.9 cm (25 × 28 × 3.5 in), currently @ Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.)

Pastoral Confidences (Les Confidences Pastorales)
(circa 1745, oil on canvas, 37 x 52 in.; 93.98 x 132.08 cm; Framed: 47 x 62 x 3 3/4 in. (119.38 x 157.48 x 9.53 cm), currently @ Ahmanson Building, floor 3, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Pastoral or Young Shepherd in a Landscape (Pastorale ou Jeune berger dans un paysage)
(circa 1739-1750, oil on canvas, 90 × 121 cm (35.4 × 47.6 in), currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Caen, France.)

Pastoral Repast
(1769, oil on canvas, 65 × 55 cm (25.6 × 21.7 in), framed: 87.6 × 77.5 × 10.8 cm (34.5 × 30.5 × 4.3 in), currently @ Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.)

Pastoral River Landscape (Paysage pastoral avec le fleuve) [autograph detail]
(1741, oil on canvas, 118 × 96 cm (46.5 × 37.8 in), currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

Pastoral Scene
(Oil on canvas, National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta.)

Pastorale

Pastorale

Pastorale
(circa 1770, black and white chalk on blue paper, 29,9 x 21,5 cm.)

Poetry
(Attributed to François Boucher, oil on canvas, 40 × 32.7 cm (15.7 × 12.9 in), currently @ Frick Collection, New York City.)

Portrait of the artist's daughter
(circa 1760, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée Cognacq-Jay, Paris.)

Project for a Cartouche: An Allegory of Minerva, Fame, History and Faith Overcoming Ignorance and Time
(circa 1727, oil on canvas, 20 1/4 x 24 1/2 in. (51.44 x 62.23 cm), currently @ Ahmanson Building, floor 3, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Project for a Corner Motif of a Painted Ceiling
(1740, pen and brown ink, black chalk on thin tracing paper, from the Collection of Léon Decloux, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Psyche and the Basketmaker (Psyché et le vannier) [From a set of five tapestries called "The Story of Psyche"]
(circa 1741-1742, wool and silk tapestry, 299.998 × 232.003 cm (118.1 × 91.3 in), currently @ Philadelphia Museum of Art.)

Putti as Fisherman
(By Workshop of François Boucher, circa 1742-1746, oil on canvas, width 78.7 x hight 94.2 cm (without frame), currently @ Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas.)

Putti with Birds
(circa 1730-1733, oil on canvas, currently @ Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii.)

Pygmalion and Galatea
(Black chalk, brown chalk on cream paper, 352 × 222 mm (13.86 × 8.74 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Pygmalion and Galatea  [black and white]

Pygmalion and Galatea
(1767, oil on canvas, currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Rebecca recevant les présents d'Abraham
(1725, 85 cm x 100 cm, currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg.)

Resting Maiden
(1751, oil on canvas, 59.5 × 73.5 cm (23.4 × 28.9 in), currently @ Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud, Köln.)

Resting Maiden [another view]

Resting Maiden [detail]

Resting Maiden [framed]

Resting Maiden
(1752, oil on canvas, 59 × 73 cm (23.2 × 28.7 in), currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

Resting Maiden [detail]

Resting Maiden [framed]

Rinaldo and Armida
(1734, oil on canvas, height: 135.5 cm (53.3 in), width: 170.5 cm (67.1 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Rinaldo and Armida [another view]

Rising of the Sun (Le Lever du Soleil)
(1753, oil on canvas, height: 318 cm (125.2 in), width: 261 cm (102.8 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

River Landscape with an Antique Temple
(1762, oil on canvas, 58.5 × 72 cm (23 × 28.3 in), currently @ Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.)

River Landscape with Ruin and Bridge
(1762, oil on canvas, 58.5 × 72 cm (23 × 28.3 in), currently @ Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.)

Rocaille [Rococo Design] in Nouveaux Morceaux pour des paravents [New Concepts for Screens]
(circa 1730-1739, etching and engraving on white laid paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Rocaille [Rococo Design] in Nouveaux Morceaux pour des paravents [New Concepts for Screens]
(1740, etching and engraving on white laid paper, currently @  Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Saint Peter Attempting to Walk on Water (Saint Pierre tentant de marcher sur les eaux)
(1766, oil on canvas, 235 × 170 cm (92.5 × 66.9 in), currently @ Cathédrale Saint-Louis de Versailles.)

Salle de l'Opéra Comique de la Foire Saint Laurent
(Monnet's theatre built in 1752 for the Opéra-Comique at the Foire Saint-Laurent. The theatre was neoclassical in design and had two levels of boxes with an amphitheatre at the rear and a parterre for standees in front. François Boucher participated in the design of the theatre and painted the ceilings. Published in Gabriel Dumont Parallèle de plans des plus belles salles de spectacles d'Italie et de France, Paris, 1763).

Salle de l'Opéra Comique de la Foire Saint Laurent
(Long section and plans of the Salle de l'Opéra-Comique de la Foire Saint-Laurent, published circa 1774 in Dumont, Gabriel-Pierre-Martin (c1774). Parallèle de plans des plus belles salles de spectacles d'italie et de France avec des détails de machines théâtrales.)

Second View of Charenton near Paris
(By Peter Paul Benazech after François Boucher, engraving, sheet: 8 1/4 x 9 15/16 in. (20.8 x 25 cm), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Setting of the Sun (Coucher du Soleil)
(1752, oil on canvas, height: 318 cm (125.2 in), width: 261 cm (102.8 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Shepherd and Shepherdess Reposing (Le Repos du berger et de la bergère)
(1761, oil on canvas, height: 77 cm (30.3 in), width: 64 cm (25.2 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Shepherd and Shepherdess Reposing (Le Repos du berger et de la bergère) [detail]

Sidewall
(Block-printed on paper, height: 895 mm (35.24 in), width: 415 mm (16.34 in), currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Sleeping Bacchantes Surprised by Satyrs
(1760, oil on canvas, 77.5 by 63.5 cm, currently in a private collection.)

Sleeping Venus (Le Sommeil de Vénus)
(Oil on canvas, 118 × 190 cm (46.5 × 74.8 in), currently in a private collection.)

Spandrel Decoration: Fame and Truth Applauding Louis XV
(1753, black chalk, pen and brown ink, brush and pale pink wash on white paper, lined, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Standing Nude Girl
(Black, white, and red chalk, green and violet pastel pencil, currently @ Albertina, Wien.)

Study for Reclining Nude
(circa 1750, red and white chalk on brown paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Study of a Cabbage
(circa 1735, black chalk with white heightening on blue paper, 9 7/8 x 14 1/4 in. (25.08 x 36.2 cm); Framed- 19 1/4 x 23 1/2 x 2 1/2 in. (48.9 x 59.69 x 6.35 cm), currently @ Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Summer Pastoral (Un Été pastoral)
(1749, oil on canvas, height: 259 cm (102 in), width: 197 cm (77.6 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Summer Pastoral (Un Été pastoral) [another view]

Surprised Woman and Cat [framed]
(Currently @ New Orleans Museum of Art.)

Terpischore, the muse of choir lyric poetry
(1739, oil on canvas, currently in a private collection.)

Three Graces
(circa 1765-1770, oil on canvas, 80 × 65 cm (31.5 × 25.6 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Toilet of Venus (La Toilette de Vénus)
(circa 1743, oil on canvas, Height: 101 cm (39.8 in). Width: 87 cm (34.3 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Toilet of Venus (La Toilette de Vénus)
(1746, oil on canvas, 130 × 98 cm, currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)

Toilet of Venus (La Toilette de Vénus)
(1751, oil on canvas, 108 × 85 cm (42.5 × 33.5 in), currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

Toilet of Venus (La Toilette de Vénus) [framed]

Triomphe de Priape [Triumph of Priapus] in Nouveaux Morceaux pour des Paravents [New Concepts for Screens]
(circa 1737, etching and engraving on white laid paper, currently @ Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York City.)

Triumph of Venus (Birth of Venus)
(1740, oil on canvas, height: 1,300 mm (51.18 in), width: 1,620 mm (63.78 in), currently @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.)

Triumph of Venus [detail]

Triumph of Venus [detail]

Triumph of Venus (Le Triomphe de Vénus)
(circa 1743, oil on canvas, height: 103 cm (40.6 in), width: 87 cm (34.3 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Venus and Amor
(1742, currently @ Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.)

Venus and Cupid
(circa 1750-1760, oil on canvas.)

Venus and Mars
(circa 1754, oil on canvas, 164 × 171 cm (64.6 × 67.3 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Venus and Mars (Venus and Vulcan) (Vénus chez Mars, Vénus chez Vulcain)
(1754, oil on canvas, 164.5 × 71.5 cm (64.8 × 28.1 in), currently @ Wallace Collection, London.)

Venus and Mercury Instructing Cupid
(1738, oil on canvas, 27 1/2 x 60 in. (69.85 x 152.4 cm), currently @ Ahmanson Building, floor 3, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.)

Venus at Vulcan's forge
(1769, oil on canvas, 273.5 × 204.7 cm (107.7 × 80.6 in), currently @ Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.)

Venus consoles Amor
(1751, oil on canvas, 108 × 84 cm (42.5 × 33.1 in), currently @ National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

Venus Demanding Arms from Vulcan for Aeneas (Vénus demande à Vulcain des armes pour Énée)
(1732, oil on canvas, height: 252 cm (99.2 in), width: 175 cm (68.9 in, currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Venus disarming Cupid (Vénus désarmant Cupidon)
(By Workshop of François Boucher, oil on canvas, 96.5 × 80.3 cm - 38 × 31.6 in.)

Venus et l'amour
(Oil on canvas, currently @ Huntington Library, San Marino, California.)

Venus on the Waters
(1769, oil on canvas, currently @ Getty Center, Los Angeles.)

Venus Playing with Two Doves (Vénus jouant avec deux colombes)

Venus Restraining Cupid (Venus retenant Cupidon)
(1762, oil on canvas, 56 × 46.5 cm - 22 × 18.3 in.)

Versailles Palace, Queen's Chamber, royal virtue (Château de Versailles, chambre de la reine, voussure vertu royale)

Vertumnus and Pomona
(1740, oil on canvas.)

Vertumnus and Pomona (Earth: Vertumnus and Pomona)
(1749, oil on canvas, currently @ Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio.)

Vertumnus and Pomona (Earth: Vertumnus and Pomona) [detail]

Vertumnus and Pomona (Earth: Vertumnus and Pomona) [detail]

Vertumnus and Pomona
(1757, oil on canvas, 314.3 × 184.2 cm.)

Vertumnus and Pomona
(1757, Beauvais tapestry designed by Francois Boucher.)

Vulcan Presenting Venus with Arms for Aeneas (Les forges de Vulcain)
(1757, oil on canvas, height: 320 cm (126 in), width: 320 cm (126 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Vulcan Presenting Venus with Arms for Aeneas [detail]

Vulcan Presenting Venus with Arms for Aeneas [detail – angel with roses]

Woman reading a book (Héloïse et Abélard) (Buste de jeune femme lisant Héloïse et Abélard)
(By Gilles Demarteau after François Boucher, circa 1750-1770, crayon manner print.)

Young child bust, wearing a toque, face resting on his left arm (Jeune enfant en buste, coiffé d’un toquet, le visage reposant sur son bras gauche)
(After Antoine Watteau, etching, height: 17.3 cm (6.8 in), width: 12 cm (4.7 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Young Country Girl Dancing
(circa 1765-1770, black, red and white chalk and stump on buff laid paper, height: 462 mm (18.19 in), width: 292 mm (11.5 in), currently @ Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.)

Young lady holding a pug dog
(circa 1740-1749, oil on canvas, height: 490 mm (19.29 in), width: 425 mm (16.73 in), currently @ Art Gallery of New South Wales, The Domain, Sydney.)

Young Lady with a Muff
(circa 1750, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Young Pyrrhus saved (Le Jeune Pyrrhus sauvé)

Young Woman Sleeping
(circa 1760, black and red chalk and pastel on brown paper, 25.9 × 42.5 cm (10.2 × 16.7 in), currently @ Hermitage museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair (Jeune femme avec fleurs aux cheveux)
(circa 1734, oil on canvas, 56.8 × 46 cm (22.4 × 18.1 in), currently @ Museum of Fine Arts Boston.)


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