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Louvre Museum, Paris

A visit to the Louvre and its collections lets visitors discover Western art from the Middle Ages to 1848, as well as a large number of ancient civilizations. Yet it also offers another history to explore. The grand palace that houses the museum, which dates back to the late twelfth century, is a true lesson in architecture: from 1200 to 2011, the most innovative architects have in turn built and developed the Louvre. Long the seat of power, this royal residence was also home to French heads of state until 1870 and is one of the major backdrops to the history of Paris and of France.

Source: louvre.fr
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Gabrielle Metsu. Game virginale
2
Gabrielle Metsu
1961, 32×24 cm
Peter Class. Still life with musical instruments
1
Peter Class
1923, 69×122 cm
Joan Miro. Portrait of a Spanish dancer
1
Joan Miro
1921, 66×56 cm
Jean Edouard Vuillard. Red dining room
0
Jean Edouard Vuillard
1911, 49.8×50 cm
Arthur Rackham. Jack Kilka and his wife
0
Arthur Rackham
1910
Paul Cezanne. Castle Noir
1
Paul Cezanne
1904, 73×92 cm
Odilon Redon. Eva
1
Odilon Redon
1904, 61×46 cm
Jean Edouard Vuillard. Portrait Of Odilon Redon. Fragment
0
Jean Edouard Vuillard
1901, 33×27 cm
Paolo Veronese. Christ at Emmaus
0
Paolo Veronese
XX century, 415×241 cm
Jean Edouard Vuillard. A woman in a bar
0
Jean Edouard Vuillard
1900-th , 20.3×13.9 cm
Paul Cezanne. Red rock in Bibemus.
1
Paul Cezanne
1897, 91×66 cm
Adrian Coort (Coorte). Still life with six shells on a stone slab
0
Adrian Coort (Coorte)
1896, 15×22 cm
Paul Gauguin. The Messengers Of Oro
1
Paul Gauguin
1893
Jean Edouard Vuillard. Sketch the three panels
0
Jean Edouard Vuillard
1890-th
Lila Cabot Perry. In the boat. Giverny
0
Lila Cabot Perry
1890-th , 58.5×52 cm
Jean Edouard Vuillard. A portrait of a character plays (actor Coquelin Kade)
0
Jean Edouard Vuillard
1890-th , 20.3×13.3 cm
Pierre Auguste Renoir. A Reading (Lesson)
1
Pierre Auguste Renoir
1890
Mary Cassatte. The baby sucking the thumb, on the arms of his mother
1
Mary Cassatte
1889
Mary Cassatte. Window
1
Mary Cassatte
1889
Edgar Degas. Ballerina from the back
4
Edgar Degas
1889, 36.8×25.7 cm
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