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The Louvre: An exhaustive guide to the home of the Mona Lisa and much more

James Gardner, the New York art critic, has set himself a gargantuan task in categorising the Louvre, its history and the world-renowned works of art that line its walls

12th July, 2020
Crowds gather near the Mona Lisa in the Louvre before social distancing measures were introduced: the museum’s history is the subject of a comprehensive new book

HISTORY

The Louvre: The Many Lives of the World’s Most Famous Museum

By James Gardner

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