| 23 April 1777, Paris, France|Hortensia Mancini, Duchess of Mazarin; after Ferdinand.
Marie Madeleine de Lavergne, Countess de La Fayette; after the same.
J. P. de Bougainville, of the French Academy; after C. N. Cochin.
The Marquis de Mirabeau; after Van Loo.
The Duke de Choiseul; after the same.
Diana and Actaeon; after Giacomo Bassano; for the Crozat Collection.
The Virgin enthroned, with SS. Francis, John, and Catharine; after Correggio.
The Holy Family, with St. Charles Borromeo; after Scarsellino.
The Four Liberal Arts, personified by Children; four plates ; after C. van Loo.
Jupiter and Antiope; after the same. 1758.
Herminia armed as Clorinda; after J. B. Pierre.
The Birth of Venus; after F. de Troy.
Jupiter and Leda; after the same.
The Triumph of Galatea; after Bouchardon; etched by Count de Caylus, and finished by Fessard.
The Triumph of Bacchus; after the same ; etched by Count de Caylus, and finished by Fessard.
The Nativity; after Boucher.
A Flemish Festival; after Rubens. 1762.
Psyche abandoned by Cupid; after Le Moine.
Étienne Fessard Wikipedia
Étienne Fessard, a French engraver, was born in Paris in 1714. He was a pupil of Edme Jeaurat, and proved an artist of sufficient merit to be appointed one of the engravers to the king. He died in Paris in 1774. He executed a considerable number of plates, among which are the following: