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Passage Richelieu
Tuileries
Gardens
Galerie Pyramid Cour Carrée
du Carrousel
entrances
main
entrance

Porte des Lions


entrance
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Porte des Lions


entrance
The Seine
Collections
Near Eastern Antiquities Paintings Prints and Drawings

This department presents the The collections in this department The Prints and Drawings Department
civilizations of the ancient Middle cover the history of European painting contains the collection of drawings
East, which date to seven thousand from the mid-13th century to the (more than one hundred thousand
years BC. They succeeded each other mid-19th century. They are divided works), the Edmond de Rothschild
in Mesopotamia, Iran, and the Levant, into three large groups: the French donation and the engraved plates
a vast territory stretching from the school (a numerical majority), the collection. These works may be viewed
Mediterranean Sea to India. Italian and Spanish schools, and the privately by arrangement. Remarkably
Northern European schools (German, rich but extremely fragile, they are
Flemish, and Dutch). displayed in regular temporary
Egyptian Antiquities
exhibitions, as well as in the exhibition
rooms of the museum on a rotational
Created by Jean-François Sculptures
basis.
Champollion, this department
Viewing room, Department of Prints
illustrates the art of ancient Egypt This department encompasses
and Drawings.
by means of two designated paths. European sculpture from the High
Information: 01 40 20 52 51.
The first is chronological, from the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century.
origins to Cleopatra, and the second The collections contain French works
is thematic, highlighting specific for the most part, with a number of Islamic Art
aspects of Egyptian civilization. significant pieces from Italy, Spain and
Two additional sections, devoted Northern Europe. On display in this department are
to Coptic Egypt and Roman Egypt, works from Islamic areas including
round off this presentation. various countries in the Mediterranean
Decorative arts
Basin, Iran, central Asia and India.
Greek, Etruscan, Some items used to belong to the
The collections in this
and Roman Antiquities French royal collections. This
department–e.g. objects from
collection is composed primarily of
the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,
objects made of ceramics, metals or
This department contains works decorative arts of the 17th and 18th
wood in addition to ivories, rugs, and
produced by three ancient centuries, items from the Diamants
paintings from the 7th to the 19th
civilizations: Greece, Etruria, and de la Couronne collection belonging
century.
Rome. On the ground floor, to the French crown, 19th-century
a chronological path concentrates objects and furniture, and the The exhibition rooms used for the
on marble sculptures from the 3rd Napoleon III apartments–spans many Department of Islamic Art are currently
millennium BC to the 6th century different periods. closed. A new gallery is scheduled to open
in the Cour Visconti in 2012.
AD. On the first floor, the collection
The 18th century decorative arts section
is organized by technique and type is closed until 2012 due to major
of material used: bronzes, jewelry, restorations supported by the High Arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania,
silverware, and glassware as well Museum of Art and its patrons: Mrs. Anne and the Americas
as terracotta figurines and vases. Cox Chambers, Accenture, UPS, Turner
Broadcasting System Inc., The Coca-Cola
Company, Delta Air Lines, AXA Art This selection of works, on display at
History of the Louvre Insurance Corporation and The Sara Giles the Louvre since April 2000, is part of
and Medieval Louvre Moore Foundation, as well as the Cressent the collections from the Quai Branly
Circle and American Friends of the Louvre. museum.
These two rooms and an archeological
path present the architectural history Find out more about
of the palace. the collections: www.louvre.fr

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However, the use of a flash or any other
type of lighting equipment is prohibited.
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connection between respect for works may not take photographs or videos.
of art and their preservation, called
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Tickets exhibitions in the Hall Napoléon. Multimedia guide: € 6; reduced price of
Tickets are valid all day for the Admission is free for all on the first € 4 for job-seekers and disabled visitors,
permanent collections and temporary Sunday of every month. € 2 for children under 18 years of age.
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Combined ticket: € 14 for the Auchan, Bon Marché, Carrefour, Cora, Allée du Grand-Louvre; open from
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in the Hall Napoléon; reduced price: € 12 Printemps Haussmann, and Virgin... on evenings with late night opening.
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Services and amenities


Bookstore, boutiques and engravings
Guidebooks, catalogues, and
Free services reproductions of art works are sold Places to eat
A coat and bag check service (small under the Pyramid and - Cafés / tea rooms.
bags only), a first aid room, strollers and in the Allée du Grand Louvre. - Cafés / restaurants
baby carriers to use when visiting the - Cafeteria.
museum, and a lost-and-found service. - Sandwich and take-out outlets.

Free brochures Multimedia guide Tuileries Gardens


A number of designated tour paths Chose from a selection of works and Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 20 90 43.
and brochures are available a choice of tour paths in French, English, - Free guided tour: in French every
at the information desk. Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Saturday and Sunday afternoon, from
Korean and French sign language. April to October. Leaves at 3:15 p.m.,
Activities at the Louvre
For hire at the tills situated at the Denon, lasts approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
Introductory tours in French and
Sully and Richelieu entrances. - Outdoor activities and shows.
in English; guided tours; workshop
- Librairie des jardins bookstore
activities for children and adults signed
(place de la Concorde).
up as individuals or in groups (except
- Many places to eat.
on Sunday afternoons, Sundays when
admission is free, and holidays).
To sign up, go to the group
reception desk.
The information in this document,
including price information,
is subject to change.
Napoleon Hall 1  space Adhésion
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(membership center)
9 Audio-visual room:
Films about the Louvre.
11 A uditorium (capacity: 420):
Archeology, art history,
American Friends
Under the Pyramid Metro station:
Palais Royal-Musée
2
3
Post office
Souvenir shop
The program is posted
at the entrance.
literature, cinema, and music: of the Louvre
lectures, readings, films,
du Louvre Free of charge.
concerts and entertainment
for young audiences. Used for
Access American Friends of the Louvre gratefully
to shopping area 300 events each season.
acknowledges the generous support
Information:
of its Corporate Founder Members:
+33 (0)1 40 20 55 55
Denon wing
or on www.louvre.fr
- Italian and Spanish Paintings Natixis US Corporate and Invest-
- 19th-century French Paintings Reservations:
Richelieu ment Banking
- English Paintings +33 (0)1 40 20 55 00.
Sotheby’s
- Galerie d’Apollon, the Diamants
de la Couronne jewelry collection
- Italian, Spanish and Northern American Friends of the Louvre salutes
European sculptures The Annenberg Foundation
- Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities for its major support of the development
- Roman Egypt and Coptic Egypt of educational tools to enable the Louvre
- A rts of Africa, Asia, Oceania, to better serve its visitors.
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and the Americas 9

American Friends of the Louvre –a not-


for-profit public charity– was founded
Richelieu wing 1 2 3
to strengthen ties between the Louvre
- 14th-17th century French Paintings i Sully and its American visitors.
- German, Flemish and Dutch paintings 4 5 6 7
(Northern European schools) For more information or to make
- Decorative arts (Middle Ages, a donation online, go to:
Renaissance, 17th and 19th centuries) www.aflouvre.org
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- Napoléon III apartments
- French sculptures
- Mesopotamia and ancient Iran
- Islamic Art Inverted Temporary exhibition
Pyramid Hall Napoléon

Sully wing
- 17th, 18th, 19th-century French
Paintings Denon
- 17th, 18th and 19th-century Drawings 4 Café featuring Louvre 10 R eception desks for groups
and pastels publications This is the meeting point
- 17th, 18th-century Decorative arts 5 Espace services billetterie and point of departure for:
- Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities 6 Société des amis Information desk - G roup tours (both Guide / map subject to modifications.
- Pharaonic Egypt du Louvre Reception desk independent groups and Graphic design: Atelier Takavoir / B. Pell / Musée du Louvre.
- Ancient Iran, Arabia and the Levant 7 Shop selling items for information groups with a museum Art consultant: P. Bernard. Cover drawing: G. Nicot, Chief architect
and curator for the Domaine national du Louvre et des Tuileries.
- History of the Louvre and for young people and advice on visiting tour guide) Project coordinator: A. Giroux, Musée du Louvre. Photo credits:
Medieval Louvre 8 Bookstore the museum. - Activities and private tours. D.R. / Musée du Louvre. Printing: Technigraphic. 11 / 2010..
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French Paintings 30 13 Paintings Paintings
31 6 9 14th-17th c. 17th c.
Prints and French Flanders Netherlands
32 18 14
Drawings 17th c. 15th c. 8
33 5 7 15
German, Flemish E
A B
34 35 36 37 38 39 D
4 6 34
Dutch, Belgian, 1 2 3 19 24 25 28 29 31
The Lacemaker, Self-Portrait, 19 32 33
A 4 5 17 16 18 35
Russian, Swiss and J. Vermeer A. Dürer 26 27 30
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Scandinavian Paintings 23 20 36
V
21 37
Temporary Richelieu Temporary 22 38
exhibition halls exhibition halls 39
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G B 40

C D 41

Gabrielle d’Estrées The Virgin of Chancellor Sully A 43 42


and Her Sister Rolin, J. van Eyck

45 44

73 46
French
Denon 72
70 Paintings 47
71
18th c. 48
69
E F 49
67 66 65 59 58 57
The Card-Sharper, The Turkish Bath
G. de La Tour J.-A.-D. Ingres 68 55
64 63 62 61 60 54 53 52 51 50
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French
Paintings
19th c.

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1st Floor Monarchy Restoration

1er étage
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81 80 79 78 77 76 71 70 69
75 68
74 9 10 11
73 72 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
67 16
8 32 Decorative arts
19 17
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Decorative arts 4 18 31 17th-18th c.
83 30
Egyptian Antiquities Napoleon lll Middle Ages 3
29
Apartments 2 20
Greek, Etruscan 84 28
and Roman Antiquities 1 P 27
A B 86 85 90 91 93 94 A 36 37 39 42
Paintings 87 88 89 92 95 96
23 22 21 35 40
closed
43 44 45
Napoleon III Seated Scribe
24 25 26 33 34 60 58 56 38 41
Appartments 51 50 49 48 47 46
Print and Drawings A 61 59 57 55 54 53 52
62 20
Temporary exhibition T
63 21
halls
Richelieu 64 Pharaonic Egypt,
22
G Chronological Circuit
65 B
C D

The Winged Victory The consecration of the


Sully
of Samothrace Emperor Napoleon I, 23
J. L. David La Chapelle temporary
exhibition hall
24

Large-Format Bronzes Terracotta


French Paintings Denon and precious Objects 32 25

19th c.
C
E F 26
33
Mona Lisa, The Wedding Feast 34
76 D C 35 36 37 38 30 29 28 27
L. de Vinci at Cana, Véronèse 77 75
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closed
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K 47 46 45 39 40 41 42 43 44
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S L 1
E
W 10 4 66
Mollien temporary 6 2
24 23 22 21 2019 exhibition halls 9 Pre-classical Greek
25 F
Greece Ceramics
English Paintings 32 26 14 3
13 8 5
12
33 31 29 27 17 15
Current events 30 28 18 16

To Arts of Africa, Asia, Spanish Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Apollo
Oceania and the Americas Paintings 17th-18th c. 16th-17th c. 13th-15th c. Gallery

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French Sculptures French Sculptures Mesopotamia
Ground Floor 5th-18th c. 18th-19th c.

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14 15 16 18
CLOSED
17 26 27 28 30
13 25 31 32 33
19 29
5
12 24 23 22 21 A
Sculptures 3 Antique Iran Levant
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Near Eastern Antiquities 10 Cour Marly 20 U
Cour Puget 2 4 6
Egyptian Antiquities 9 V
Cour Khorsabad
8 A
Greek, Etruscan A B 7 19
14 17b 18b
and Roman Antiquities 6 5 4 3 2 1 B
1 1 16
Code of Hammurabi Colossal Statue a b 17a 18a 19
7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 20 21 18
of Ramesses II 1 bis
Arts of Africa, P
15
D Sackler Wing
Asia, Oceania and T 16
the Americas C
Richelieu
17
B 14
Levant Pharaonic
G A Egypt,
15 F
C D Thematic
Circuit
Aphrodite, known
as the “Venus de Milo”
Psyche and Cupid,
A. Canova
Sully
13

12
B
bis
Denon 17 12

C
E F B
M 17
Captive (The Dying Sculpture from 5
Slave), Michelangelo 6
Chupícuaro (Mexico) 7 8 9 10 11 12 2 3 6 7 11
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S L 23 I
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21 Antiquities
Porte des Lions entrance F
8 7 6 4 5 29 28 27 26

Northern
Arts of Africa, European
W Asia, Oceania Sculptures Italian Sculptures Etruscan and
and the Americas 17th-19th c. 16th-19th c. Roman Antiquities

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Lower Ground Floor French
Sculptures
Islamic
Art
Entresol

Sculptures
A
Egyptian Antiquities Cour Marly 20 Cour Puget
12 11
History of the Louvre
A 13 closed
The Medieval Louvre 10
A
A 1 2 3 4 7
6
Temporary Horses of Marly, 8 9
G. Coustou P 5
exhibition halls

Richelieu
temporary Richelieu G
exhibition
hall

B
Entrance
Medieval Moat
i Exit
Sully B
Temporary
H
exhibition
hall
Tactile
Gallery

C
Denon
St. Mary Magdalene, M 2 I
G. Erhart J
closed
3 2 1 1 3
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S A K
B L
B C

A
closed Coptic
C C
Egypt

Northern
Spanish European Italian
Sculptures Sculptures Sculptures Roman Pre-classical
11th-15th c. 12th-16th c. 11th-15th c. Egypt Greece
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French Paintings 30 13 Paintings Paintings
31 6 9 14th-17th c. 17th c.
Prints and French Flanders Netherlands
32 18 14
Drawings 17th c. 15th c. 8
33 5 7 15
German, Flemish E
A B
34 35 36 37 38 39 D
4 6 34
Dutch, Belgian, 1 2 3 19 24 25 28 29 31
The Lacemaker, Self-Portrait, 19 32 33
A 4 5 17 16 18 35
Russian, Swiss and J. Vermeer A. Dürer 26 27 30
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Scandinavian Paintings 23 20 36
V
21 37
Temporary Richelieu Temporary 22 38
exhibition halls exhibition halls 39
C
G B 40

C D 41

Gabrielle d’Estrées The Virgin of Chancellor Sully A 43 42


and Her Sister Rolin, J. van Eyck

45 44

73 46
French
Denon 72
70 Paintings 47
71
18th c. 48
69
E F 49
67 66 65 59 58 57
The Card-Sharper, The Turkish Bath
G. de La Tour J.-A.-D. Ingres 68 55
64 63 62 61 60 54 53 52 51 50
56
F
C

French
Paintings
19th c.

1
The July The 19th c. Renaissance 17th c.
1st Floor Monarchy Restoration

1er étage
R
81 80 79 78 77 76 71 70 69
75 68
74 9 10 11
73 72 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
67 16
8 32 Decorative arts
19 17
82
Decorative arts 4 18 31 17th-18th c.
83 30
Egyptian Antiquities Napoleon lll Middle Ages 3
29
Apartments 2 20
Greek, Etruscan 84 28
and Roman Antiquities 1 P 27
A B 86 85 90 91 93 94 A 36 37 39 42
Paintings 87 88 89 92 95 96
23 22 21 35 40
closed
43 44 45
Napoleon III Seated Scribe
24 25 26 33 34 60 58 56 38 41
Appartments 51 50 49 48 47 46
Print and Drawings A 61 59 57 55 54 53 52
62 20
Temporary exhibition T
63 21
halls
Richelieu 64 Pharaonic Egypt,
22
G Chronological Circuit
65 B
C D

The Winged Victory The consecration of the


Sully
of Samothrace Emperor Napoleon I, 23
J. L. David La Chapelle temporary
exhibition hall
24

Large-Format Bronzes Terracotta


French Paintings Denon and precious Objects 32 25

19th c.
C
E F 26
33
Mona Lisa, The Wedding Feast 34
76 D C 35 36 37 38 30 29 28 27
L. de Vinci at Cana, Véronèse 77 75
74
closed
11
K 47 46 45 39 40 41 42 43 44
7
S L 1
E
W 10 4 66
Mollien temporary 6 2
24 23 22 21 2019 exhibition halls 9 Pre-classical Greek
25 F
Greece Ceramics
English Paintings 32 26 14 3
13 8 5
12
33 31 29 27 17 15
Current events 30 28 18 16

To Arts of Africa, Asia, Spanish Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Apollo
Oceania and the Americas Paintings 17th-18th c. 16th-17th c. 13th-15th c. Gallery

0
French Sculptures French Sculptures Mesopotamia
Ground Floor 5th-18th c. 18th-19th c.

Rez-de-Chaussée R

14 15 16 18
CLOSED
17 26 27 28 30
13 25 31 32 33
19 29
5
12 24 23 22 21 A
Sculptures 3 Antique Iran Levant
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Near Eastern Antiquities 10 Cour Marly 20 U
Cour Puget 2 4 6
Egyptian Antiquities 9 V
Cour Khorsabad
8 A
Greek, Etruscan A B 7 19
14 17b 18b
and Roman Antiquities 6 5 4 3 2 1 B
1 1 16
Code of Hammurabi Colossal Statue a b 17a 18a 19
7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 20 21 18
of Ramesses II 1 bis
Arts of Africa, P
15
D Sackler Wing
Asia, Oceania and T 16
the Americas C
Richelieu
17
B 14
Levant Pharaonic
G A Egypt,
15 F
C D Thematic
Circuit
Aphrodite, known
as the “Venus de Milo”
Psyche and Cupid,
A. Canova
Sully
13

12
B
bis
Denon 17 12

C
E F B
M 17
Captive (The Dying Sculpture from 5
Slave), Michelangelo 6
Chupícuaro (Mexico) 7 8 9 10 11 12 2 3 6 7 11
E 4 D B 4
1
22
K 16 15 14 13 4 5 8 9
10
E 18 C
S L 23 I
D 19
A closed J
i 30 31
20
24
1 2 3
25 Greek
21 Antiquities
Porte des Lions entrance F
8 7 6 4 5 29 28 27 26

Northern
Arts of Africa, European
W Asia, Oceania Sculptures Italian Sculptures Etruscan and
and the Americas 17th-19th c. 16th-19th c. Roman Antiquities

1
Lower Ground Floor French
Sculptures
Islamic
Art
Entresol

Sculptures
A
Egyptian Antiquities Cour Marly 20 Cour Puget
12 11
History of the Louvre
A 13 closed
The Medieval Louvre 10
A
A 1 2 3 4 7
6
Temporary Horses of Marly, 8 9
G. Coustou P 5
exhibition halls

Richelieu
temporary Richelieu G
exhibition
hall

B
Entrance
Medieval Moat
i Exit
Sully B
Temporary
H
exhibition
hall
Tactile
Gallery

C
Denon
St. Mary Magdalene, M 2 I
G. Erhart J
closed
3 2 1 1 3
1

S A K
B L
B C

A
closed Coptic
C C
Egypt

Northern
Spanish European Italian
Sculptures Sculptures Sculptures Roman Pre-classical
11th-15th c. 12th-16th c. 11th-15th c. Egypt Greece
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Holland Germanic Flanders Netherlands Germany
2nd Floor 17th c. Paintings 17th c. 16th c. 15th-16th c.
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2e étage 18th-19th c.

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C B A 29 27 27 25
23 22
D E
28 20
16 14
14 12 10 B
F 26 24 21 17
8
15 13 12
11 9 11
7 C
10 French French
French Paintings 30 13 Paintings Paintings
31 6 9 14th-17th c. 17th c.
Prints and French Flanders Netherlands
32 18 14
Drawings 17th c. 15th c. 8
33 5 7 15
German, Flemish E
A B
34 35 36 37 38 39 D
4 6 34
Dutch, Belgian, 1 2 3 19 24 25 28 29 31
The Lacemaker, Self-Portrait, 19 32 33
A 4 5 17 16 18 35
Russian, Swiss and J. Vermeer A. Dürer 26 27 30
P
Scandinavian Paintings 23 20 36
V
21 37
Temporary Richelieu Temporary 22 38
exhibition halls exhibition halls 39
C
G B 40

C D 41

Gabrielle d’Estrées The Virgin of Chancellor Sully A 43 42


and Her Sister Rolin, J. van Eyck

45 44

73 46
French
Denon 72
70 Paintings 47
71
18th c. 48
69
E F 49
67 66 65 59 58 57
The Card-Sharper, The Turkish Bath
G. de La Tour J.-A.-D. Ingres 68 55
64 63 62 61 60 54 53 52 51 50
56
F
C

French
Paintings
19th c.

1
The July The 19th c. Renaissance 17th c.
1st Floor Monarchy Restoration

1er étage
R
81 80 79 78 77 76 71 70 69
75 68
74 9 10 11
73 72 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
67 16
8 32 Decorative arts
19 17
82
Decorative arts 4 18 31 17th-18th c.
83 30
Egyptian Antiquities Napoleon lll Middle Ages 3
29
Apartments 2 20
Greek, Etruscan 84 28
and Roman Antiquities 1 P 27
A B 86 85 90 91 93 94 A 36 37 39 42
Paintings 87 88 89 92 95 96
23 22 21 35 40
closed
43 44 45
Napoleon III Seated Scribe
24 25 26 33 34 60 58 56 38 41
Appartments 51 50 49 48 47 46
Print and Drawings A 61 59 57 55 54 53 52
62 20
Temporary exhibition T
63 21
halls
Richelieu 64 Pharaonic Egypt,
22
G Chronological Circuit
65 B
C D

The Winged Victory The consecration of the


Sully
of Samothrace Emperor Napoleon I, 23
J. L. David La Chapelle temporary
exhibition hall
24

Large-Format Bronzes Terracotta


French Paintings Denon and precious Objects 32 25

19th c.
C
E F 26
33
Mona Lisa, The Wedding Feast 34
76 D C 35 36 37 38 30 29 28 27
L. de Vinci at Cana, Véronèse 77 75
74
closed
11
K 47 46 45 39 40 41 42 43 44
7
S L 1
E
W 10 4 66
Mollien temporary 6 2
24 23 22 21 2019 exhibition halls 9 Pre-classical Greek
25 F
Greece Ceramics
English Paintings 32 26 14 3
13 8 5
12
33 31 29 27 17 15
Current events 30 28 18 16

To Arts of Africa, Asia, Spanish Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Apollo
Oceania and the Americas Paintings 17th-18th c. 16th-17th c. 13th-15th c. Gallery

0
French Sculptures French Sculptures Mesopotamia
Ground Floor 5th-18th c. 18th-19th c.

Rez-de-Chaussée R

14 15 16 18
CLOSED
17 26 27 28 30
13 25 31 32 33
19 29
5
12 24 23 22 21 A
Sculptures 3 Antique Iran Levant
11
Near Eastern Antiquities 10 Cour Marly 20 U
Cour Puget 2 4 6
Egyptian Antiquities 9 V
Cour Khorsabad
8 A
Greek, Etruscan A B 7 19
14 17b 18b
and Roman Antiquities 6 5 4 3 2 1 B
1 1 16
Code of Hammurabi Colossal Statue a b 17a 18a 19
7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 20 21 18
of Ramesses II 1 bis
Arts of Africa, P
15
D Sackler Wing
Asia, Oceania and T 16
the Americas C
Richelieu
17
B 14
Levant Pharaonic
G A Egypt,
15 F
C D Thematic
Circuit
Aphrodite, known
as the “Venus de Milo”
Psyche and Cupid,
A. Canova
Sully
13

12
B
bis
Denon 17 12

C
E F B
M 17
Captive (The Dying Sculpture from 5
Slave), Michelangelo 6
Chupícuaro (Mexico) 7 8 9 10 11 12 2 3 6 7 11
E 4 D B 4
1
22
K 16 15 14 13 4 5 8 9
10
E 18 C
S L 23 I
D 19
A closed J
i 30 31
20
24
1 2 3
25 Greek
21 Antiquities
Porte des Lions entrance F
8 7 6 4 5 29 28 27 26

Northern
Arts of Africa, European
W Asia, Oceania Sculptures Italian Sculptures Etruscan and
and the Americas 17th-19th c. 16th-19th c. Roman Antiquities

1
Lower Ground Floor French
Sculptures
Islamic
Art
Entresol

Sculptures
A
Egyptian Antiquities Cour Marly 20 Cour Puget
12 11
History of the Louvre
A 13 closed
The Medieval Louvre 10
A
A 1 2 3 4 7
6
Temporary Horses of Marly, 8 9
G. Coustou P 5
exhibition halls

Richelieu
temporary Richelieu G
exhibition
hall

B
Entrance
Medieval Moat
i Exit
Sully B
Temporary
H
exhibition
hall
Tactile
Gallery

C
Denon
St. Mary Magdalene, M 2 I
G. Erhart J
closed
3 2 1 1 3
1

S A K
B L
B C

A
closed Coptic
C C
Egypt

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Spanish European Italian
Sculptures Sculptures Sculptures Roman Pre-classical
11th-15th c. 12th-16th c. 11th-15th c. Egypt Greece
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French Paintings 30 13 Paintings Paintings
31 6 9 14th-17th c. 17th c.
Prints and French Flanders Netherlands
32 18 14
Drawings 17th c. 15th c. 8
33 5 7 15
German, Flemish E
A B
34 35 36 37 38 39 D
4 6 34
Dutch, Belgian, 1 2 3 19 24 25 28 29 31
The Lacemaker, Self-Portrait, 19 32 33
A 4 5 17 16 18 35
Russian, Swiss and J. Vermeer A. Dürer 26 27 30
P
Scandinavian Paintings 23 20 36
V
21 37
Temporary Richelieu Temporary 22 38
exhibition halls exhibition halls 39
C
G B 40

C D 41

Gabrielle d’Estrées The Virgin of Chancellor Sully A 43 42


and Her Sister Rolin, J. van Eyck

45 44

73 46
French
Denon 72
70 Paintings 47
71
18th c. 48
69
E F 49
67 66 65 59 58 57
The Card-Sharper, The Turkish Bath
G. de La Tour J.-A.-D. Ingres 68 55
64 63 62 61 60 54 53 52 51 50
56
F
C

French
Paintings
19th c.

1
The July The 19th c. Renaissance 17th c.
1st Floor Monarchy Restoration

1er étage
R
81 80 79 78 77 76 71 70 69
75 68
74 9 10 11
73 72 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
67 16
8 32 Decorative arts
19 17
82
Decorative arts 4 18 31 17th-18th c.
83 30
Egyptian Antiquities Napoleon lll Middle Ages 3
29
Apartments 2 20
Greek, Etruscan 84 28
and Roman Antiquities 1 P 27
A B 86 85 90 91 93 94 A 36 37 39 42
Paintings 87 88 89 92 95 96
23 22 21 35 40
closed
43 44 45
Napoleon III Seated Scribe
24 25 26 33 34 60 58 56 38 41
Appartments 51 50 49 48 47 46
Print and Drawings A 61 59 57 55 54 53 52
62 20
Temporary exhibition T
63 21
halls
Richelieu 64 Pharaonic Egypt,
22
G Chronological Circuit
65 B
C D

The Winged Victory The consecration of the


Sully
of Samothrace Emperor Napoleon I, 23
J. L. David La Chapelle temporary
exhibition hall
24

Large-Format Bronzes Terracotta


French Paintings Denon and precious Objects 32 25

19th c.
C
E F 26
33
Mona Lisa, The Wedding Feast 34
76 D C 35 36 37 38 30 29 28 27
L. de Vinci at Cana, Véronèse 77 75
74
closed
11
K 47 46 45 39 40 41 42 43 44
7
S L 1
E
W 10 4 66
Mollien temporary 6 2
24 23 22 21 2019 exhibition halls 9 Pre-classical Greek
25 F
Greece Ceramics
English Paintings 32 26 14 3
13 8 5
12
33 31 29 27 17 15
Current events 30 28 18 16

To Arts of Africa, Asia, Spanish Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Italian Paintings Apollo
Oceania and the Americas Paintings 17th-18th c. 16th-17th c. 13th-15th c. Gallery

0
French Sculptures French Sculptures Mesopotamia
Ground Floor 5th-18th c. 18th-19th c.

Rez-de-Chaussée R

14 15 16 18
CLOSED
17 26 27 28 30
13 25 31 32 33
19 29
5
12 24 23 22 21 A
Sculptures 3 Antique Iran Levant
11
Near Eastern Antiquities 10 Cour Marly 20 U
Cour Puget 2 4 6
Egyptian Antiquities 9 V
Cour Khorsabad
8 A
Greek, Etruscan A B 7 19
14 17b 18b
and Roman Antiquities 6 5 4 3 2 1 B
1 1 16
Code of Hammurabi Colossal Statue a b 17a 18a 19
7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 20 21 18
of Ramesses II 1 bis
Arts of Africa, P
15
D Sackler Wing
Asia, Oceania and T 16
the Americas C
Richelieu
17
B 14
Levant Pharaonic
G A Egypt,
15 F
C D Thematic
Circuit
Aphrodite, known
as the “Venus de Milo”
Psyche and Cupid,
A. Canova
Sully
13

12
B
bis
Denon 17 12

C
E F B
M 17
Captive (The Dying Sculpture from 5
Slave), Michelangelo 6
Chupícuaro (Mexico) 7 8 9 10 11 12 2 3 6 7 11
E 4 D B 4
1
22
K 16 15 14 13 4 5 8 9
10
E 18 C
S L 23 I
D 19
A closed J
i 30 31
20
24
1 2 3
25 Greek
21 Antiquities
Porte des Lions entrance F
8 7 6 4 5 29 28 27 26

Northern
Arts of Africa, European
W Asia, Oceania Sculptures Italian Sculptures Etruscan and
and the Americas 17th-19th c. 16th-19th c. Roman Antiquities

1
Lower Ground Floor French
Sculptures
Islamic
Art
Entresol

Sculptures
A
Egyptian Antiquities Cour Marly 20 Cour Puget
12 11
History of the Louvre
A 13 closed
The Medieval Louvre 10
A
A 1 2 3 4 7
6
Temporary Horses of Marly, 8 9
G. Coustou P 5
exhibition halls

Richelieu
temporary Richelieu G
exhibition
hall

B
Entrance
Medieval Moat
i Exit
Sully B
Temporary
H
exhibition
hall
Tactile
Gallery

C
Denon
St. Mary Magdalene, M 2 I
G. Erhart J
closed
3 2 1 1 3
1

S A K
B L
B C

A
closed Coptic
C C
Egypt

Northern
Spanish European Italian
Sculptures Sculptures Sculptures Roman Pre-classical
11th-15th c. 12th-16th c. 11th-15th c. Egypt Greece