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The top autumn-winter exhibition: Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre

Categories : Exhibitions and Museums, published on : 10/15/19

It will be an extraordinary exhibition in every way! To commemorate the 500th anniversary of his death, the Louvre is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci centred around his paintings. The Hotel Les Plumes strongly urges you to book your tickets as soon as possible.


The Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre is not to be missed

In our enthusiasm, we regularly recommend visits to various exhibitions in Paris as the quality is always outstanding. But we have to say that if you see no other exhibition, you must not miss this one. The Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre promises to be simply exceptional. It has taken some 10 years of work, including the careful restoration and study of the paintings held by the museum, which boasts the world’s largest collection of masterpieces by the great Renaissance polymath. In addition to the 5 paintings and 22 drawings from the Louvre, the curators have assembled as many works as possible from other sources.


An artist's journey

In addition to his numerous other accomplishments, Leonardo da Vinci was a supremely skilled and inspired painter. Indeed, it seems that he placed his artistic creativity above all else and that his studies of the world in all its facets were chiefly a means of bringing life and truth to his work. As well as the Mona Lisa and the Virgin of the Rocks, this exhibition will show you various aspects of the Italian genius and his wide-ranging areas of interest.

We at the Hotel Les Plumes could talk a lot about Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre, but we prefer you to see this epic exhibition for yourself. Please be advised, however, that a record attendance is forecast, so you should book your admission today to ensure you don’t miss out...



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- Louvre Museum

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