with Fabius Frères, Paris, where acquired by the present owner.
Please note that the second Latin translation should read: This man is a doctor of a lion and that there is additional Literature and other information added to the footnote online that is missing from the printed catalogue and, finally, that there was a marble and a terracotta version of this bust.
S. Lami, Dictionnaire des Sculpteurs de l'École Française au dix-huitième siècle, Paris, I, 1910, reprint 1970, p. 208.
G. Hubert and G Ledoux-Lebard, Napoléon: portraits contemporains bustes et statues, Paris, 1999, pp. 48-54.
The Arts of France, from Francois Ier to Napoleon Ier, A Centennial Celebration of Wildenstein’s Presence in New York, 26 Oct. – 6 Jan., 2006, n. 154, pp. 342-4.