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The Louvre by Pierre Quoniam
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The Louvre (1983)

by Pierre Quoniam

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Essentially, a small souvenir book of the museum's entire art collection. Brief overview of the entire collection with small color and b/w photos. Artwork includes the Mona Lisa (Leonardo), Venus of Milo, The Ship of Fools (Bosch), Rembrandt's self portrait, Michelangelo's Dying Slave, the Code of Hammurabi, Holbein's Portrait of Erasmus, Cupid and Psyche (Canova), Liberty Guiding the People (Delacroix), Coronation of the Virgin (Fra Angelico), Giotto's predella of St Francis. One of the greatest museums in the world. ( )
  sacredheart25 | Jun 3, 2010 |
boring writing, bad translation, not much writing about the pictures ( )
  mahallett | May 12, 2010 |
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