1) Claude-Joseph Vernet, View of Naples, 1748, Oil on canvas, 100 x 198 cm, Musée du Louvre, Paris.
2) Roman, 1st century B.C. The Cupid Seller, from the Villa Di Arianna, Stabiae, fresco, 29 x 35 cm, Museo Archeologico, Naples.
3) Carlo Nolli, after a design by Giovanni Ella Morgan, Cupid Seller, Naples, 1762, etching and engraving, Plate 7 from Delle antichità di Ercolani, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.
4) Joseph Marie Vien the Elder, Cupid Seller, 1763, oil on canvas, 117 x 140 cms, Musée du Louvre, Paris.
5) Alexander Roslin, Count de Caylus, oil on canvas, measurements unknown, National Museum, Warsaw.
6) Henry Fuseli, Cupid Seller, 1775-76, black and red chalk on paper, 30 x 48.5 cm, Yale Centre for British Art.
7) Anton Raphael Mengs, Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, 1760, Oil on canvas, 179 x 130 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid.
8) Nicola Matraini, Portrait of Bernardo Tanucci, 1738, oil on canvas, University of Pisa.
9) Dioscurides of Samos after a Greek original with itinerant musicians, mosaic, find spot, “Villa of Cicero”, Pompeii, now in Museo Archeologico, Naples.
10) Caylus, Recueil, reproduction of frescoes found at Herculaneum, vol vi., Paris, 1764.
11) Photograph of Pompeii today.
12) Sir Joshua Reynolds, Members of the Society of Dilettanti, 1777-78, oil on canvas, Private Collection.
13) Pompeo Batoni, Sir Watkins Williams-Wynn, 4th Baronet Thomas Apperley, and Captain Edward Hamilton, 1768-1772, oil on canvas, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.
14) Photograph of modern excavations at Herculaneum.
15) Angelica Kaufmann, Portrait of John Byng with Le antichità di Ercolano esposte,vol 2, Muse of Urania, 1765, oil on canvas, measurements not known, Private Collection.
16) Pietro Fabris, Kenneth Mackenzie (1744–1781), 1st Earl of Seaforth, at Home in Naples: Fencing Scene, 1770, Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland, Oil on canvas, 35.5 x 47.6 cm.
17) Pietro Fabris, Naples, a View of Mergellina, 1777, Oil on canvas, 104 x 157 cm, Private collection.
18) Pietro Fabris, The Festival of the Madonna dell'Arco, 1777, Compton Verney, 102.6 x 153.7 cm, oil on canvas.
19) Joseph Rebell, The Mole at Portici, 1818, Oil on canvas, 38 x 55 cm, Neue Pinakothek, Munich.
20) Pietro Fabris,Concert Party in Sir William Hamilton’s Palazzo Sessa, 1744-1781, (left to right, Fabris, W.A. Mozart, Leopold Mozart,Hamilton, Seaforth, and Gaetano Pugnani, 1770, oil on canvas, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh.
21) Gavin Hamilton, The Oath of Brutus, 1763-64, Oil on canvas, 213 x 264 cm, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven.
22) Antonio Joli, Arrival of Charles III in Naples, Oil on canvas, 128 x 205 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid.
23) Louis de Silvestre, Portrait of Maria-Amalia of Saxony, wife of Charles III, in Polish Attire, 1738, oil on canvas, Museo del Prado.
24) Anton Raphael Mengs, Self-Portrait, c. 1775, Oil on panel, 102 x 77 cm, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg.
25) Anton Raphael Mengs, Portrait of Johann Joachim Wincklemann, 1761-62, Oil on canvas, 64 x 49 cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
26) Johann Heinrich Tischbien, Maria Teresa and Mari Luisa Amalia of Bourbon with a bust of their mother Maria Carolina, 1790, oil on canvas, measurements unknown, Private Collection.
27) Philip Hackert, The Ruins of Pompeii, 1799, National Trust, Attingham Park, oil on canvas, 118 x 164 cms.
28) Pietro Fabris, The Temple of Hera at Paestum, Italy, Compton Verney, Oil on canvas, 56.6 x 90.5 cm.
29) John Robert Cozens, The Two Great Temples at Paestum, 1782, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
30) Francesco Piranesi, Site Plan of Pompeii, c. 1792, etching and engraving.
31) Giovanni Battista Piranesi, The Villa of Diomedes at Pompeii, undated, brush and pen in black ink over black chalk on white paper, Ashmoleon Museum, Oxford.
32) Giovanni Battista Piranesi, View through the Herculaneum Gate, Pompeii, undated, pen and brown ink over black chalk, Metropolitan Museum of Art, (Lehmann Coll, 1975).
33) Photograph of Herculaneum Gate, date unknown.
34) Giovanni Battista Piranesi, The Via Consalare, Pompeii, undated, pen and brown ink and wash, British Museum, London.
35) Louis Jean Deprez, The Herculaneum Gate at Pompeii, undated, black ink, grey wash and watercolour, National Museum, Stockholm.
36) Louis Jean Deprez, Temple of Isis with Protective Covering at Pompeii, undated, black ink, grey wash and watercolour, National Museum, Stockholm.
37) Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes, The Ancient City of Agrigento, 1787, Oil on canvas, 110 x 164 cm, Musée du Louvre, Paris.
38) Pierre Henri de Valenciennes, The Eruption of Vesuvius, August 24th, 79 A.D., 1813, oil on canvas, 147.5 x 195.5 cm, Musée des Augustins, Toulouse.
39) Karl Bryullov, The Last Days of Pompeii, 1833, oil on canvas, 4.56 x 6.5 m, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
40) Angelica Kauffmann, Pliny the Younger and his Mother at Misenum, 79 A.D., 1782, oil on canvas, 103 x 127.5 cm, Princeton University Art Museum.
41) Jacob More, View of the Bay of Naples, Oil on canvas, 61 x 101 cm, Private collection.
42) Jacob More, Self-Portrait, 1783, Oil on canvas, 198 x 148 cm, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.
43) Jacob More, Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, 1780, oil on canvas, 151.1 x 200 cms, National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.
44) David Allan, Sir William Hamilton, 1775, oil on canvas, 226 x 180.3 cm, National Portrait Gallery, London.
45) David Allan, Sir William Hamilton and his first Wife, Catherine Hamilton in the villa at Posillipo with a View of Vesuvius in the Background, 1770, Compton Verney, oil on canvas, 45.7 x 61 cms.
46) George Romney, Portrait of Emma Hamilton as a Circe, 1785, Tate Britain, London, Oil on canvas, 53.3 x 49.5 cm.
47) Joseph Wright, Self-Portrait Aged 59 in a Grey-Brown Coat, 1793, Oil on canvas, 58 x 43 cm, Private collection.
48) Joseph Wright, Vesuvius in Eruption, with a View over the Islands in the Bay of Naples, 1776-80, Derby Art Gallery, 122 x 176.4 cms.
49) Pierre-Jacques Volaire, Eruption of Vesuvius by Moonlight, 1771, Compton Verney, Oil on canvas, 105 x 205 cm.
50) Pierre-Jacques Volaire View of the Eruption of Mount Vesuvius, 1770s, Oil on canvas, 56 x 76 cm, Private collection.
51) Michael Wutky, The Summit of Vesuvius Erupting, Oil on canvas, 95 x 146 cm, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna.
 Ibid, no. 21.