This painting is part of the Tate Collection. The display caption reads:
The Roman poet Lucius Apuleius wrote the tale of Cupid and Psyche. Psyche was given a box containing beauty for the goddess Venus. But she could not resist looking inside it and was sent into a deep sleep. Legros shows the moment when her lover, Cupid, discovers her in her torpor. He is about to wake her with a touch of his arrow. [...] The composition of the reclining female figure shows the influence of Italian artists such as Giorgione and Titian, as well as Rembrandt.
I can't see where Rembrandt comes into it at all, but the other two masters are quite aptly referenced.