Recently a new selection of Sophie La Rosière's paintings have been revealed. SLR-261 was found in a wrapped object, SLR-214 was discovered behind a mirror, SLR-255, 259, 262 were brought to light after removing a layer of black encaustic.
Sophie La Rosière’s paintings, all oil on salvaged wood, found in her abandoned studio in Nogent-sur-Marne, France. These painting were not covered with a layer of black encaustic, and therefore lend themselves to the interpretation that the artist did not consider them threatening to her social reputation if seen in her studio. They date between 1901 and 1946.
All these works are catalogued and given an inventory number.