David d’Angers exhibition in Louvre

The spring sunshine brings lots of enjoyable rest and fun opportunities. For example, this part of the year the best moment to travel to the capital of wonderful France, to the city of lights, Paris for a couple days. During a holiday in Paris, people want to see the most famous attractions, for example the Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe or one of the most popular and famous museums, the Louvre.

This fantastic museum opened in 1793 and ever since there are lauds of permanent and temporary exhibition too. We looked around on the homepage of Louvre and we found a great program opportunity for you. Because there is a real “French ting” between 28 February 2013 and 20 May 2013 in the museum. The unforgettable exhibition in the Louvre is the show of the famous, romantic French artist, David d’Angers’ beautiful drawings.

David d’Angers, born as Pierre-Jean David was born in 1788 in Angers. He was a very outstanding artist of the Romanticism.

The Louvre borrowed the exhibited works from the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Angers. This exhibition is part of the long-term policy pursued by the Louvre’s Department of Prints and Drawings to present works from the French museums’ great drawing collections.

Do not miss this expectably unforgettable experience in the Louvre, Paris. Have a great time!

David d’Angers exhibition
February 28th – May 20th

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