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Fifty years ago on my first ever visit to the Louvre, I stood enthralled in front of Géricault’s vast masterpiece, Le Radeau de La...

Lucky visitors (and residents!) of Paris know that many of the city's museums are free on the first Sunday of the month. But now...

A not-to-miss exhibit devoted to the Orientalism art movement at this gem of a museum in the 16th arrondissement. Taking place from March 7...
Mona Lisa

If there is anyone who could upstage Mona Lisa – it is, without a doubt, Beyoncé. When Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s new album, This is Love,...

120 pastel artworks from the eighteenth century are arranged at the Louvre art gallery. All these artworks are part of the Louvre collection and...
Louvre

Paris is a city famed for its romance, fashion and food. It is the world’s most visited city and attracts around 27 million tourists...

All aboard! Step onto our virtual e-bus and ride along for a tour of Paris arrondissement by arrondissement . . . today we begin...

The beautiful Louvre Museum, or Musée du Louvre, is well-known world-wide for the art and artefacts showcased within it, and there are plenty of...

The Louvre at the time of Philippe Auguste (12th Century) In the Beginning Difficult to imagine, as we walk through the majestic courtyards and halls of...

Some interesting artists recently came together in Louvre to present their creations in the fields of fashion, decor, arts, design and accessories. To be...

Photographing the Louvre's Napoleon Courtyard at night makes for some exquisite images. I took this photo last week at around 10pm, when the crowds around the...

  How does one begin to capture the imaginations of two young girls at the Louvre Museum, one of the world’s largest and most famous...