Walk Through The Louvre: The Best Works Of Art (Part 2)

Walk Through The Louvre: The Best Works Of Art (Part 2)

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One of the largest and most popular museum in the world. The museum is located in the heart of Paris on the right bank of the Seine, on the Rue de Rivoli, in the 1st arrondissement. (Part 2)

Gerard David “Marriage at Cana” (about 1500-1510)
Gerard David "Marriage at Cana" (about 1500-1510)
Gerard David “Marriage at Cana” (about 1500-1510)

Filippo Lippi “Madonna and Child with Two Angels” (1437)
Filippo Lippi "Madonna and Child with Two Angels" (1437)
Filippo Lippi “Madonna and Child with Two Angels” (1437)

Jacob van Ruisdael “Breakwater” (1670-1672)
Jacob van Ruisdael "Breakwater" (1670-1672)
Jacob van Ruisdael “Breakwater” (1670-1672)

Raphael “Saint George and the Dragon” (about 1506)
Raphael "Saint George and the Dragon" (about 1506)
Raphael “Saint George and the Dragon” (about 1506)

Giuseppe Arcimboldo “Summer” (1573)
Giuseppe Arcimboldo "Summer" (1573)
Giuseppe Arcimboldo “Summer” (1573)

Simone Martini “Carrying the Cross” (1333)
Simone Martini "Carrying the Cross" (1333)
Simone Martini “Carrying the Cross” (1333)

Rogier van der Weyden “Mary Magdalene. Part of the “Braque Family Triptych”” (the second third of the XV century)
Rogier van der Weyden "Mary Magdalene. Part of the "Braque Family Triptych"" (the second third of the XV century)
Rogier van der Weyden “Mary Magdalene. Part of the “Braque Family Triptych”” (the second third of the XV century)

Hubert Robert “Pont du Gard. Roman aqueduct across the River Gard” (1787)
Hubert Robert "Pont du Gard. Roman aqueduct across the River Gard" (1787)
Hubert Robert “Pont du Gard. Roman aqueduct across the River Gard” (1787)

Bartholomeus Spranger “Allegory of Justice and Prudence” (1592-1595)
Bartholomeus Spranger "Allegory of Justice and Prudence" (1592-1595)
Bartholomeus Spranger “Allegory of Justice and Prudence” (1592-1595)

Jean-Honoré Fragonard “Portrait of a lady in the image of the muse of Science” (1769)
Jean-Honoré Fragonard "Portrait of a lady in the image of the muse of Science" (1769)
Jean-Honoré Fragonard “Portrait of a lady in the image of the muse of Science” (1769)

Jacques Louis David “The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804” (1806-1807)
Jacques Louis David "The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804" (1806-1807)
Jacques Louis David “The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804” (1806-1807)

Jan Davidsz. de Heem “A Table of Desserts” (1640)
Jan Davidsz. de Heem "A Table of Desserts" (1640)
Jan Davidsz. de Heem “A Table of Desserts” (1640)

Paul Delaroche “Bonaparte Crossing the Alps” (1850)
Paul Delaroche "Bonaparte Crossing the Alps" (1850)
Paul Delaroche “Bonaparte Crossing the Alps” (1850)

Francois Clouet “Portrait of Francis I on Horseback” (about 1540)
Francois Clouet "Portrait of Francis I on Horseback" (about 1540)
Francois Clouet “Portrait of Francis I on Horseback” (about 1540)

Jean Fouquet “Portrait of Charles VII, King of France” (about 1445-1450)
Jean Fouquet "Portrait of Charles VII, King of France" (about 1445-1450)
Jean Fouquet “Portrait of Charles VII, King of France” (about 1445-1450)

Hieronymus Bosch “Ship of Fools” (about 1510-1515)
Hieronymus Bosch "Ship of Fools" (about 1510-1515)
Hieronymus Bosch “Ship of Fools” (about 1510-1515)

El Greco “Saint Louis, King of France, and a Page” (1592-1595)
El Greco "Saint Louis, King of France, and a Page" (1592-1595)
El Greco “Saint Louis, King of France, and a Page” (1592-1595)

Pietro Perugino “Apollo and Marsyas” (1495)
Pietro Perugino "Apollo and Marsyas" (1495)
Pietro Perugino “Apollo and Marsyas” (1495)

Salvator Rosa “Saul and the Witch of Endor” (1668)
Salvator Rosa "Saul and the Witch of Endor" (1668)
Salvator Rosa “Saul and the Witch of Endor” (1668)

Hans Holbein the Younger “Portrait of Nikolaus Kratzer” (1528)
Hans Holbein the Younger "Portrait of Nikolaus Kratzer" (1528)
Hans Holbein the Younger “Portrait of Nikolaus Kratzer” (1528)

Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun “Self Portrait With Her Daughter, Julie” (1786)
Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun "Self Portrait With Her Daughter, Julie" (1786)
Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun “Self Portrait With Her Daughter, Julie” (1786)

Jean-Honoré Fragonard “The Lock (Fragonard)” (1777)
Jean-Honoré Fragonard "The Lock (Fragonard)" (1777)
Jean-Honoré Fragonard “The Lock (Fragonard)” (1777)

Jean Clouet “Portrait of François I, King of France” (about 1525)
Jean Clouet "Portrait of François I, King of France" (about 1525)
Jean Clouet “Portrait of François I, King of France” (about 1525)

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres “The Turkish Bath” (1862)
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres "The Turkish Bath" (1862)
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres “The Turkish Bath” (1862)

Egon Schiele “Funámbula” (1912)
Egon Schiele "Funámbula" (1912)
Egon Schiele “Funámbula” (1912)

William Turner “Landscape with Distant River and Bay” (1840-1850)
William Turner "Landscape with Distant River and Bay" (1840-1850)
William Turner “Landscape with Distant River and Bay” (1840-1850)

Hyacinthe Rigaud “Portrait of Louis XIV” (1701)
Hyacinthe Rigaud "Portrait of Louis XIV" (1701)
Hyacinthe Rigaud “Portrait of Louis XIV” (1701)

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo “The Angels’ Kitchen” (1646)
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo "The Angels' Kitchen" (1646)
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo “The Angels’ Kitchen” (1646)

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo “Apollo and Daphne” (1743-1744)
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo "Apollo and Daphne" (1743-1744)
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo “Apollo and Daphne” (1743-1744)

Pieter Bruegel the Elder “The Beggars” (1568)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder "The Beggars" (1568)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder “The Beggars” (1568)

Gerard van Honthorst “The Concert” (about 1626-1630)
Gerard van Honthorst "The Concert" (about 1626-1630)
Gerard van Honthorst “The Concert” (about 1626-1630)

Louise Moillon “The Fruit and Vegetable Costermonger” (1631)
Louise Moillon "The Fruit and Vegetable Costermonger" (1631)
Louise Moillon “The Fruit and Vegetable Costermonger” (1631)

Jacques-Louis David “The Intervention of the Sabine Women” (1799)
Jacques-Louis David "The Intervention of the Sabine Women" (1799)
Jacques-Louis David “The Intervention of the Sabine Women” (1799)

Theodore Gericault “The Charging Chasseur” (1812)
Theodore Gericault "The Charging Chasseur" (1812)
Theodore Gericault “The Charging Chasseur” (1812)

Vittore Carpaccio “The Sermon of St. Stephen at Jerusalem” (1514)
Vittore Carpaccio "The Sermon of St. Stephen at Jerusalem" (1514)
Vittore Carpaccio “The Sermon of St. Stephen at Jerusalem” (1514)

Lubin Baugin “Still-Life with Wafer Biscuits (Le Dessert de Gaufrettes)” (1630s)
Lubin Baugin "Still-Life with Wafer Biscuits (Le Dessert de Gaufrettes)" (1630s)
Lubin Baugin “Still-Life with Wafer Biscuits (Le Dessert de Gaufrettes)” (1630s)

Quentin Matsys “The Moneylender and His Wife” (about 1510-1515)
Quentin Matsys "The Moneylender and His Wife" (about 1510-1515)
Quentin Matsys “The Moneylender and His Wife” (about 1510-1515)

Caravaggio “Death of the Virgin” (1604-1606)
Caravaggio "Death of the Virgin" (1604-1606)
Caravaggio “Death of the Virgin” (1604-1606)

Jacopo Tintoretto “Self Portrait” (about 1588)
Jacopo Tintoretto "Self Portrait" (about 1588)
Jacopo Tintoretto “Self Portrait” (about 1588)

Anthony van Dyck “Venus Asks Vulcan to Cast Arms for her Son Aeneas” (1630-1632)
Anthony van Dyck "Venus Asks Vulcan to Cast Arms for her Son Aeneas" (1630-1632)
Anthony van Dyck “Venus Asks Vulcan to Cast Arms for her Son Aeneas” (1630-1632)