cf. L'Art et Décoration (Vol. VI), July-December 1899, p. 38.
Alastair Duncan, Art Nouveau Sculpture, 1978, p. 43.
Alastair Duncan, Fin de Siècle Masterpieces from the Silverman Collection, 1989, p. 178.
See also: Paris, Belle Epoque 1880-1914, 1994, p. 473, fig. 581.
Larche first exhibited La Tempête et Ses Nuées at the 1899 salon of the Société des Artistes Français and then at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle. Editions of the sculpture were produced by the Siot-Decauville foundry after 1900. The publication Paris, Belle Epoque 1880-1914 illustrates a working model in four parts used by the foundry to create later molds of the sculpture.