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A Closer Look

Our "Closer Look" interactive multimedia modules allow you to see the details of an artwork through a magnifying glass, while commentaries and animations give you its historical and artistic background.

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La Joconde - Vignette

A closer look at the Mona Lisa

The “Closer Look” module has been revamped and is now called “Focus.” The first feature in this new series concerns the world’s most famous painting—discover it on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Listen to explanations by Vincent Delieuvin, the curator in charge of 16th-century Italian painting, and use new digital tools that will show you the painting as it’s never been seen before!

N.B. This new module is optimized for the latest browsers (from Internet Explorer 10, Mozilla/Firefox 26, Safari 7, and Chrome 32).

Une Vierge romane - Vignette

A closer look at a Romanesque Virgin

The "Enthroned Virgin" acquired by the Louvre in 1894 is one of the most remarkable from the center of France. After restoration work in 2005, the sculpture has recovered its original colors - which can be admired in this special file.

Le Code de Hammurabi - Vignette

A closer look at the Code of Hammurabi

Learn about the most famous object from the history of the Ancient Near East, and through it, the political, social, and cultural history of the reign of Hammurabi, the ruler who turned Babylon into a powerful – and eternal – city.

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Closed on the following holidays: January 1, May 1, December 25
 
Musée du Louvre, 75058 Paris - France
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Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 20 53 17
 

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