The Louvre: All the Paintings

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Immerse yourself in the wonder and dazzling display of the 3,000 paintings in the permanent collection of the Louvre in this this elegant paperback edition of the New York Times bestselling book The Louvre: All the Paintings.
The Louvre is the most famous museum in the world. With 8.5 million visitors every year, the Louvre houses and displays many of the most celebrated and important paintings of all time. Every painting on exhibit in the permanent collection, a total of 3,022 works in all, is included in this groundbreaking book.
Divided and organized into the four main painting collections of the museum—the Italian School, the Northern School, the Spanish School, and the French School—the book includes works by well-known masters like Giotto, Fra Angelico, Ghirlandaio, Botticelli, Leonardo, Raphael, Titian, Veronese, Caravaggio, Van Eyck, Breughel, Memling, Holbein, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Vermeer, David, Delacroix, La Tour, Fragonard, Gericault, Ingres, Poussin, El Greco, Goya, Velasquez and many more. Four hundred of the most important paintings including the Mona Lisa and Liberty Leading the People, is given a deeper dive with commentary by art historians Anja Grebe and Vincent Pomarede.
Learn more about each artist and painting, and tour the realms of sensational masterpieces without having to leave to comfort of your home. 


"The images are rich and sharp, the descriptions thoughtful and clear.... Altogether, this is a fascinating overview for anyone looking to learn more about the grand old European masters."—USA Today
"Bring the entire museum collection to your bookshelf."—NJ Star-Ledger
"With its stunning content and high-quality reproduction....The Louvre is a choice gift for art lovers."—Library Journal
"This volume belongs on bookshelves. A major contribution to the literature of catalogs of great museum collections."—Bookpage
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