With Art Historian Katherine E. Zoraster
The Louvre is the world's largest art museum, and there are thousands of highlights among the approximately 38,000 objects located there. Each of those works, as well as the structure itself, has its own unique history. For instance, most people are aware that the Mona Lisa is located in the Louvre, but fewer are aware as to how a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci came to be in Paris, France. In this two-part program, Zoraster will look at some of the more remarkable works in this most visited museum in the world, and share stories behind the art. Reservations are required. Use the registration button below.
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