|1807 - 1808||Minerva and Prometheus, A319.|
|Not later than 14.1.1807||Bacchus Offering Cupid a Drink, C715, is executed for Herman Schubarts birthday.|
|14.1.1807||Takes part in the celebration of Herman Schubart’s birthday in Rome, arranged by Friedrich Matthäi, without Schubart’s presence.|
|February 1807 - 22.10.1808||Baptismal Font, marble version for the church of Brahetrolleborg, Funen, cf. A555,1, A555,2, A555,3, A555,4.|
Cupid Holding a Butterfly to Hurt it with an Arrow. Only known from Mori, op. cit..
Later reworked as Cupid Triumphant, A22.
|April 1807||Tutors Ida Brun in drawing.|
|29.4.1807||Marcus Gerhard Rosencrone commissions a bust of his late father-in-law Henrik Hielmstierne. However, the bust is not modelled until probably 1812, cf. A210.|
|4.5.1807||Elected honorary member of the Accademia Italiana. It is uncertain whether the membership was confirmed.|
|Not earlier than June 1807||The Virgin with Jesus and John, A556, reworked version of relief on Baptismal Font, A555,2.|
|Not earlier than June 1807 - not later than 1808||Baptismal Font, A555,1, A555,2, A555,3, A555,4.|
|Not earlier than June 1807 - not later than 1808||Christ Blessing the Children, A737, maybe executed as a sketch for Baptismal Font, A555,4.|
|Not later than 6.6.1807||Jacob Laurids Thrane, Dep.36.|
|Not later than July 1807||Cupid and Psyche, A28.|
|21.9.1807||Thorvaldsen returns to Rome after a short stay in the country.|
|31.12.1807||The colony of German and Scandinavian artists in Rome celebrates New Year’s eve. Among those present are: Thorvaldsen, Rauch, Wahl, Bøhndel, Wagner, Welcker, Jollage, Hopfgarten, Eberhard, Dall’Armi, brødrene Riepenhausen, Kauffmann and J.L. Lund.|