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A Basket of Peaches painting reproduction, Jean Simeon Chardin
A Nude Woman on Divan painting reproduction, Eugene Delacroix
A Study painting reproduction, Jean-Honore Fragonard
A Basket of Peaches
Jean Simeon Chardin
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A Nude Woman on Divan
Eugene Delacroix
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A Study
Jean-Honore Fragonard
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Alof de Vignacourt and His Page painting reproduction, Caravaggio
Anne of Cleves painting reproduction, Hans Holbein, The Younger
Antonio de Covarrubias painting reproduction, El Greco
Alof de Vignacourt and His Page
Caravaggio
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Anne of Cleves
Hans Holbein, The Younger
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Antonio de Covarrubias
El Greco
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At the Greengrocer painting reproduction, Louise Moillon
Autoportrait avec ses Amis a Mantoue painting reproduction, Peter Paul Rubens
Bathsheba at Her Bath painting reproduction, Rembrandt Van Rijn
At the Greengrocer
Louise Moillon
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Autoportrait avec ses Amis a Mantoue
Peter Paul Rubens
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Bathsheba at Her Bath
Rembrandt Van Rijn
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Breton Women at the Fountain painting reproduction, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
Buffoon Playing a Lute painting reproduction, Frans Hals
Cardinal de Grandvelle's Dwarf painting reproduction, Antonio Moro
Breton Women at the Fountain
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
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Buffoon Playing a Lute
Frans Hals
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Cardinal de Grandvelle's Dwarf
Antonio Moro
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Cardinal Richelieu painting reproduction, Philippe De Champaigne
Chancellor Pierre Seguier painting reproduction, Charles Le Brun
Charity painting reproduction, Andrea Del Sarto
Cardinal Richelieu
Philippe De Champaigne
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Chancellor Pierre Seguier
Charles Le Brun
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Charity
Andrea Del Sarto
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Charles Quint painting reproduction, Jacob Seisenegger
Charon Ferrying Dead Souls Across the Styx painting reproduction, Pierre Subleyras
Chartres Cathedral painting reproduction, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
Charles Quint
Jacob Seisenegger
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Charon Ferrying Dead Souls Across the Styx
Pierre Subleyras
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Chartres Cathedral
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
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Chateau Noir painting reproduction, Paul Cézanne
Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery painting reproduction, Lorenzo Lotto
Christine Boyer painting reproduction, Antoine Jean Gros
Chateau Noir
Paul Cézanne
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Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery
Lorenzo Lotto
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Christine Boyer
Antoine Jean Gros
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Concert painting reproduction, Valentin De Boulogne
David Crowned by Samuel painting reproduction, Claude Lorraine
Diana Bathing painting reproduction, Francois Boucher
Concert
Valentin De Boulogne
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David Crowned by Samuel
Claude Lorraine
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Diana Bathing
Francois Boucher
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History
The Louvre Museum became a royal art gallery when the French kings moved their court from Paris to Versailles in the late 17th century. After the French Revolution, the former palace was open to the public, with just 537 paintings. Today, the museum's collection numbers approximately 380,000 objects, less than 10% of which are on display at any one time. The Louvre welcomes nearly nine million visitors annually.

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Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci - Perhaps the museum's most famous work, this small canvas captivates, even in a room with dozens of other art lovers.

Venus de Milo - This armless ancient Greek sculpture is thought to depict the Greek goddess, Aphrodite.

Winged Victory of Samothrace - This marble figure of the Greek God Nike, from the 2nd century B.C.A., is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world.

Liberty Leading the People by Eugene Delacroix - This painting of French nationalism is a good example of the Romantic school of French painting. The figure of Liberty is said to have inspired the figure of the Statue of Liberty in New York City.

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