L‘Allegro (The Cheerful, alternatively called The Italian Sunset) painted in 1845 by Thomas Cole after a trip to Italy. Born in Lancashire in 1801 he went to America, founding the Hudson River School.
Source: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, commons.wikimedia
The Royal Theatre, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, sketched by F W Fairholt in 1821.
Cesare Beccaria in a memorial marble by Giuseppe Grandi of Milan carved in 1871.
There is a bronze of Beccaria as well in a town-square where the hangman of Milan’s house once stood.
Alas there is no send-up of him in earnest discussion at his coffee-house, comparable to the send-up of Handel at the organ (above).
The marble is in the Pinacoteca Brera, Milan, commons wikimedia.