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the gallery is where many items from the treasury of the French Monarchy are displayed
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In 1831-32, Samuel F. B. Morse lived in Paris, studying and copying artworks at the Musée du Louvre for his monumental painting, 'Gallery of the Louvre.' 'Gallery of the Louvre' reproduces artworks Morse considered to be important for the education of an American audience. The setting for Morse’s painting is the Salon Carré in the Musée du Louvre. The museum’s Grande Gallerie is visible through a doorway. All of the artworks depicted are from the Louvre’s collection, but they have never been installed as Morse shows them in Gallery of the Louvre. The Louvre organizes its galleries by school, or nationality. So, the Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch, and Flemish paintings, as well as the two antique sculptures, have always been shown in separate spaces in the museum. The Amon Carter is del...
THE LOUVRE VIOLETTA FARINA Book Number: 70948 Product format: Hardback The history of the Louvre is closely entwined with the history of France. Built as a fortress in 1190, it became a royal residence under Francis I who founded the royal collections. Successive kings all contributed to giving the Louvre its familiar appearance. The building was begun under Henri IV when the Grande Gallerie was built, joining the Louvre to the Tuileries Palace. Transformed into a museum in 1793 during the French Revolution, its collections grew rapidly thanks to Napoleon's conquests, donations, excavations campaigns and exchanges. The final phase of the transformation did not take place until 1882 when the ruins of the Tuileries Palace gutted by fire in 1871 were finally demolished. Now the buildin...
A major exhibition of works by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer is opening on Wednesday at the Louvre Museum in Paris. Vermeer is known for masterpieces such as "Girl with a Pearl Earring," but like every artist he also "copied ideas from his contemporaries." At least, this is what the new exhibit argues. The exhibit features a third of the Golden Age master's complete opus, making it the largest display of his work in Europe in almost two decades. Vermeer died at 43 and only produced 36 paintings. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/4e67281c3f754d0696fbfdee0f3f1469/Article_2017-02-21-EU--France-Vermeer%20Louvre/id-fd7e904f7ad443729846fef012e3b9fb http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com