A Temple of Love
The Bagatelle is a beautiful garden pavilion built by the comte d'Artois, brother-in-law of Marie-Antoinette. Like many of the other pavilions built by the nobility for their rendezvous with their lovers, it is in a secluded spot, the Bois de Boulogne near Paris. Like the marquise and Lelio's pavilion, it has a splendid music room.
The Triumph of Venus by Francois Boucher
Mythological paintings like this one were the speciality of eighteenth-century artists like Boucher and Jean-Honore Fragonard. Similar paintings decorated the boudoirs of the period, like the "Temple of Love" belonging to Madame La Marliere in The Marquise.