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Pierrot is a c.1718-1719 oil on canvas painting by Antoine Watteau, now in the Louvre, to whom it was bequeathed by Louis La Caze in 1869. It was formerly entitled Gilles but is now known to portray the eponymous Commedia dell'Arte character.
- Camesasca, Ettore, ed. (1971). The Complete Painting of Watteau (loan required). Classics of the World's Great Art. Introduction by John Sutherland. New York: Harry N. Abrams. p. 122. ISBN 0810955253. OCLC 143069 – via the Internet Archive. Cat. no. 195.
- Grasselli, Margaret Morgan; Rosenberg, Pierre & Paramantier, Nicole, eds. (1984). Watteau, 1684-1721 ; National Gallery of Art, June 17—September 23, 1984; Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, October 23, 1984—January 28, 1985; Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin, February 22—May 26, 1985 (PDF). Washington: National Gallery of Art. ISBN 0-89468-074-9. OCLC 557740787 – via the National Gallery of Art archive.
- Goncourt, Edmond de (1875). Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint, dessiné et gravé d'Antoine Watteau. Paris: Rapilly. pp. 74–75. OCLC 1041772738 – via the Internet Archive.
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