Each season, the Louvre features a series of temporary exhibitions, each the result of the latest expert research.
The Brothers Le Nain
The art of the brothers Le Nain is one of the great mysteries of 17th-century French painting. Antoine, Louis, and Mathieu were from Laon, in Picardy, and in Paris in the course of the 1640s they produced a group of highly original masterpieces. In their most celebrated works simple peasants are portrayed with unprecedented nobility and dignity.
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, until January 21, 2017
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