a) Alien:scene 56 ext.planet ridleygram for Alien "They move off: we see a skeleton" (1978)
b) See: References Resurrection of Christ (1424) by Master Franke?
e) See also: Radio Times photo for the TV series Dad's Army on the 15th November 1974 references Master Francke's Resurrection of Christ (1430)?
f) References Gericault's Raft of Medusa (1818 -1819)?
Probably not that much other than through the photo from Dad's army mentioned above, but the theme of bodies and desperation could easily be somewhere on the mind since it's a powerful painting and we have the skeleton of a dead 'space jockey' in the rock.
g) Dad's Army photo from The Radio Times (1974) references Gericault's Raft of Medusa (1818 -1819)?
So one thing for me to point out is that I would be going along with the idea that the photo loosely played around with the layout of Master Francke's Resurrection of Christ, with a thought about the people in the photo echoing and saying the idea of the soldiers sitting around the tomb.
I think that Ridley Scott would have thought about this when he decided to reference it in the storyboard below with the dead space jockey embedded in the rock, then of course Raft of Medusa is another one of these paintings that seems to reference the same painting by Master Francke.
In Ridley's storyboard of the dead Space Jockey embedded in the rock, I suppose that the idea is that the remains have been petrified by time one way or just as its assumed about the final space jockey, and Medusa turned people to stone
h) Gericault's Raft of Medusa (1818 -1819) references Master Francke's Resurrection of Christ (1430)?
Here it seems that this strange perspective corner view from Resurrection of Christ crossed over into Gericault's Raft of Medusa, and all of the bodies of the soldiers sleeping became the men on the raft. The pole held by Jesus becomes the mast of this ship.
The tomb becomes the raft.
The trees on the right becom the man on the top right waving a cloth, while the rock on the right becomes the humans below him. The rock on the upper left becomes the sail.