Discover the Louvre’s entire collection of 480,000 works of art in a new digital database



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March 29, 2021

Grace Ebert

Leonardo da Vinci’s “Portrait of Lisa Gherardini”Known as La Joconde or Monna Lisa, 1st quarter of the 16th century (1503-1518)

The Louvre has just started a new online database Compilation of more than 480,000 works of art from its collections and those of the Musée National Eugène-Delacroix and the Tuileries Garden. The free digital catalog spans Egyptian antiquities and medieval sculptures to Renaissance and modern decorative arts. It contains works on long-term loan and includes an interactive map that allows you to follow every room in the French institution. Some pieces are grouped into albums, including one Acquisitions in 2020 and another dedicated to that Restoration of the national museums, a collection of works collected after World War II and kept by the Louvre until they are claimed by their rightful beneficiaries. Immerse yourself in the entire archive, which is updated daily the website of the museum.

Brick slab from Achaemenid: Darius I. (c. 510 BC) (-522 – -486), found in the Susa apadana palace of Darius

Marguerite GerardsThe interesting student, ”Created in the 4th quarter of the 18th century (around 1786)

Panel from the archaic dynasty IIIB: Entemena (XXV. Century), (-2420 – -2400), from Girsu

Jacob de Littemonts “Dais de Charles VII: two angels with a crown(1425-1450)

Leo says “de Monzon”; Fountain mouth, 12th Century; 13th century (1100-1300) found in Spain

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