During the insurrection, artist Albert Leroux made a series of watercolours of the barricades. These were published in 1944 in a book entitled Août 1944. Here are a few of them:
On 23 August, Picasso began to study a print of Poussin’s The Triumph of Pan. This version is in the National Gallery in London:
In the 1950s, a lithograph was made of the painting. This version is in the National Gallery of Australia:
After the tomato plant paintings, Picasso first drew some life drawings of a couple, then some portraits of boys and girls:
This photo, taken on the balcony of the Ile-Saint-Louis appartment where Picasso painted Baccanale, was taken after the Liberation by an American visitor. Taken from here.