Musée du Louvre







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  • Exhibitions

  • Name Anat (Slider 2 blocs, image right)

    • Estampe en couleurs de Raphaël à Rubens. Entre dessin et gravure

      15 Oct. 2018 > 15 Jan. 2019

      Bringing together in an original way nearly 120 prints preserved in the most important Parisian collections (Edmond de Rothschild collection, Musée du Louvre; Bibliothèque nationale de France; Fondation Custodia et les Beaux-Arts de Paris), as well as emblematic loans from French (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Besançon) and foreign museums (British Museum, Ashmolean Museum and Rijksmuseum), the exhibition retraces both a technique and a particular aesthetics of the print: chiaroscuro engraving, also known as colour engraving. It offers a chronological and geographical panorama through masterpieces engraved by or after the greatest masters of the Renaissance and European mannerism, such as Cranach, Raphael, Pierre Paul Rubens, Parmigianino, Domenico Beccafumi or Hans Baldung Grien.

    • Le Baron Campana et sa collection

      17 Oct. 2018 > 26 Jan. 2019

      Paintings, sculptures, archaeological objects, modern art objects... A very rich collection held by the Marquis Campana, built up between 1830 and 1850, which the Louvre Museum undertook to present during an exceptional exhibition from 17 October 2018 to 26 January 2019, entitled A Dream of Italy.

      The idea: to give "a complete picture of the largest private collection of the 19th century" for the first time in 160 years. A collection that has never been presented to the public in its entirety and in the same place, as the works have been scattered all over Europe (but especially in France). It includes more than 10,000 pieces, including many masterpieces such as Paolo Uccello's The Battle of San Romano, already on display in the Louvre, or the Sarcophagus, known as "The Bride and Groom's Sarcophagus", a work belonging to the museum's Greek and Etruscan antiquities department.

    • Jean-Michel Alberola

      19 oct. 2018 > 1 fev. 2019

      Vernissage start the 19 october at 7pm.
  • Visitor information


    Address

    Rue de Rivoli
    75001 Paris
    T.+33 (0)1 40 20 50 50
    www.louvre.fr


    Opening hours

    Everyday from 9 am to 6 pm
    Wednesday and Friday until 9.45 pm
    Closed on Tuesday

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