The Louvre Museum in Paris takes its art works online for all to see
It has been a year since museums around the world closed their doors to visitors. Although we have made some progress to return to our normal lives, there are still doubts. If you are someone who misses art, here is some special news. The Louvre Museum in Paris has put its entire art collection online now. You can view around 482,000 works of art online, all of them digitized for art lovers around the world.
There was a time when mentioning something like this was ignored as a funny and stupid idea. But today, online exhibitions are a reality, and major ancient institutions like the Louvre are already taking the right step forward.
The Parisian museum collected a large number of paintings, prints, and drawings. Carvings and endless other wonderful delicacies.
As a bonus, the online exhibit also includes the Delacroix, which is run by the Louvre. It doesn't stop there. You can also see sculptures from the Tuileries Gardens and other works recovered from Germany at the end of WWII.
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