- Marochetti's Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy and its importance in the sculptor's career
- Marochetti's home in London
- Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867) (4-part essay)
Bronze statuette of Marochetti by Gabriele Ambrosio (1844-1918), dated 1888. © copyright, National Portrait Gallery, London, generously licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. [Click on this image, and the one of Marochetti's equestrian Queen Victoria in Glasgow, for larger pictures.]
- Isambard Kingdom Brunel, London
- Robert Stephenson, London
- James Oswald, Glasgow
- Duke of Wellington, Glasgow
- Queen Victoria, Glasgow
- Prince Albert, Glasgow
- The Assumption of Mary Magdalene, Paris
- Sir Anthony Panizzi, British Library, London
- Sir Colin Campbell, London
- Richard the Lionheart, London
- Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy, Turin
- Figure of Turkey, the Crystal Palace, Sydenham
- William Makepeace Thackeray, Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey, London
- The Duke of Wellington
- La Bimba Dormiente or Bimba Addormentata (Sleeping Girl or Girl Asleep)
- Sir James Stephen
- Angel of Sleep
- The Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Sculptures at Frogmore Mausoleum
- Portrait medallion of Camille Marochetti,
- Family Portrait in "The Meal at Simon's House" in the Church of the Madeleine
- Memorial for Major General Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens
- Richard / Riccardo Marochetti
- Monument to the Viscounts Melbourne at St Paul's
- Princess Victoire of Saxe-Coburg, Duchess of Nemours at Osborne
- Princess Gouramma of Coorg at Osborne
- Princess Gouramma of Coorg (polychrome plaster model), in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part II"
- Maharajah Duleep Singh at Osborne
- Maharajah Duleep Singh (coloured bust), in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part II"
- Seated statue of Charles I at Kingston Lacy
- Statue and busts of Sir John Bankes at Kingston Lacy
- Statue of Lady Mary Bankes at Kingston Lacy
- Bronze tortoises at Kingston Lacy
- Bust of Queen Victoria (1855), in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part I"
- Peace Trophy of 1856, in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part II"
- La Reine de la Paix (Queen Victoria as Queen of Peace — historic photograph), in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part III"
- Angel of the Last Judgement (copy) on Saint Germain l'Auxerrois, Paris
War Monuments and Memorials
- The Battle of Jemmapes (Arc de Triomphe, Paris)
- Coldstream Guards Memorial Commemorating the Battle of Inkermann
- Crimean War Cavalry Memorial, St. Paul's Cathedral
- Crimean War Memorial
- The Cawnpore Memorial
- Monument to Princess Elizabeth at St Thomas's Church, Newport, Isle of Wight
- Monument to Eliza Roy, Comtesse de Lariboisière, in "Polychromy in the work of Baron Carlo Marochetti (1805-1867): Part III"
Medals and medallions
- Medallion on Giovanni Bellini's headstone, Père LaChaise cemetery, Paris
- Lord Macaulay
- Maurizio and Filiberto Marochetti
- Medallion portrait of Giovanna Marochetti
Furniture and Decorative Arts
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