The Thorvaldsens Museum Archives

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Not later than 14.1.1811 The Centaur Chiron teaching Achilles to shoot with the Bow, C780, is sent to Herman Schubart for his birthday.
Not later than 15.3.1816 Jørgen Knudtzon and Alexander Baillie commission the marble relief Cupid and Bacchus, cf. A408. He receives the relief in Trondheim in 1817 (today in the University Museum at NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim).
Not later than 15.3.1816 Jørgen Knudtzon and Alexander Baillie commission the marble relief Hector with Paris and Helen, cf. A499. He receives the relief in Trondheim in 1817 (today in the University Museum at NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim).
Not later than 15.3.1816 Jørgen Knudtzon and Alexander Baillie commission the marble relief Venus, Mars and Cupid in Vulcan’s Smithy, cf. A419, today at Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire.
15.3.1820 Otto v. Huhn encourages Thorvaldsen to make a sketch for a monument to freedom in honour of Alexander 1. Thorvaldsen, however, does not make the monument.
8.3.1827 Danish and German artists celebrates Thorvaldsen with a torch light procession and an orchestra on his Roman birthday. The party is held in his apartment in Casa Buti.
March - May 1834 Walter Scott, cf. A255, marble, 58 cm, National Galleries of Scotland.