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Collections & departments Department of Sculptures

The rooms devoted to "modern" sculpture, opened in 1824, gradually became the Department of Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern Sculpture. Separate collections were founded in 1848 for antiquities and in 1893 for objets d'art.

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Practical information

Study and research center of the department
Documentation manager: Christine Vivet-Peclet (christine.vivet-peclet@louvre.fr)

Opening hours: The study and research center of the Department of Sculptures is open to the public from Monday to Friday (except Tuesday), from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Admission: free admission
Loan conditions: no loan
Bring identification
Location: Rohan wing, 5th floor
Email: christine.vivet-peclet@louvre.fr
Tel. : +33 (0)1 40 20 50 59 (in the morning) or +33 (0)1 40 20 50 60 (in the afternoon)

 

History of the Louvre division
Scientific documentalist: Sophie Picot-Bocquillon (sophie.picot-bocquillon@louvre.fr)

Opening hours: by appointment only
Admission : art historians, curators, researchers, students, guides, and documentalists
Loan conditions: no loan
Bring identification
Location: Rohan wing, 5th Floor
Email: sophie.picot-bocquillon@louvre.fr
Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 20 59 79