Iconic Works of the Louvre Museum

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The Louvre Museum is one of the most iconic museums in the world. It is said that you would take at least 100 days to see every piece of art in the museum. Such is the size of the collections in its galleries. There are some pieces in the museum that stand out from the rest and you cannot afford to miss these if you are on a visit to the museum. Below is a discussion of some of the most important pieces you can visit to make it the best private tours Louvre.

Cour Marly

One of the most attractive locations in the Louvre museum is, in fact, a room named Cour Marly. It is a place where you can see an amazing blend of famous sculptures and the typical Parisian architecture. The marble statues erected are made up of Carrara marbles. These were ordered back in the 17th century by the then French King Louis XIV. He did this to adorn the Marly palace.

The fact that this place is located slightly far away from the rest of the crowd makes it a great spot for a short break. The light flows in through the glass ceiling to light up the place naturally. The place is said to be more beautiful particularly close to the sunset.

The Battle Of David And Goliath

This is a double-sided painting made by Daniele da Volterra. It was created amid debates regarding the importance of paintings and scriptures. It was painted on a 440-pound slab of slate and still holds the air of grandeur about it.

Salle Mollien

There are several spots in the museum that holds treasures of artworks and Salle Mollien is one of the most recommended places to visit. This hall has a number of artworks and masterpieces from the French Romanticism. La liberté Guidant le people by Delacroix and La Grande Odalisque by Ingres are among the most stunning pieces of art. Make sure you take a look at the Le Radeau de la Méduse by Géricault. It contains a depiction of a real-life story where shipwreck survivors struggle to stay alive amid corpses and the raging seas. There is also a bit of positivity in the picture as the figures are shown to be waving their hands at a point in the distance.

Above are some of the best artworks from the iconic museum of Louvre. Make sure you stop at these places while you visit the museum.