Plates from “Catalogue des tableaux de Mr. de Jullienne,” an album compiled by Jean-Baptiste-François de Montullé around 1756 which has watercolor illustrations showing where the various pieces were hung in the collector’s house. Mr. De Jullienne having been a collector in 18th century Paris. Collections of the Morgan Library and Museum, New York.

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“Cabinet de Madame sur le petit jardin, Côté Côté à droit en entrant opposé a la cheminée 7.” Leaf/page 21. Pen and black ink, gray wash, and watercolor, over preliminary indications in black chalk, on paper. Image © Morgan Library and Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.themorgan.org/collection/jean-de-jullienne/album/21
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“Avant-Cabinet du Madame, Côté de la fenêtres 3.” Plate 20, Leaf/page 17. Pen and black ink, gray wash, and watercolor, over preliminary indications in black chalk, on paper. Image © Morgan Library and Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.themorgan.org/collection/jean-de-jullienne/album/17
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“Cabinet de Madame sur le petit jardin, Côté à gauche en entrant 5.” Leaf/page 19. Pen and black ink, gray wash, and watercolor, over preliminary indications in black chalk, on paper. Image © Morgan Library and Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.themorgan.org/collection/jean-de-jullienne/album/19

More later. There are quite a few of these wonderful watercolors.

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