1st Floor (Denon Wing)

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Denon Wing (South Wing of the Louvre)
1st Floor “1er Etage”
first floor above ground level (what others might call the 2nd Floor)
Rooms 700 to 734

Baron Denon
Baron Denon

Louvre Floor Plan (room descriptions)

Department of Painting
Department of Paintings: Italian painting

Room 706 The Salles Percier et Fontaine
former museum vestibule, are all that remain of the magnificent original decoration commissioned by Napoleon, with marble columns, sculpted ceilings decorated with allegorical paintings and trompe l’oeil bas-reliefs
now at top of Escalier (staircase) Daru
Venus and the Three Graces Presenting Gifts to a Young Woman
Alessandro Filipepi, known as Sandro Botticelli (Florence, c. 1445 – Florence, 1510)
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Room 708 Salon Carré (Square Salon)
Italian paintings from the 12th to 15th centuries
St. Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata
Giotto di Bondone Giotto

Room 710, 712, 716
Room 5 Grande Gallerie
The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
Leonardo di ser Piero DA VINCI, dit Leonardo da Vinci
(Vinci, 1452 – Amboise, 1519)
Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione
Raffaello SANTI, dit Raphael
(Urbino, 1483 – Rome, 1520)
Death of the Virgin
Michelangelo MERISI, dit Carravaggio
(Milan ?, 1571 – Porto Ercole, 1610)

Room 6 Salle des Etats, Italy
Mona Lisa Room

Room 26 Murillo
Spanish Paintings

Room 700 Mollien
Étude de deux tigres, dit aussi Jeune tigre jouant avec sa mère (Eugène DELACROIX)
Study of two tigers, also known as Young tiger playing with its mother
Delacroix Tigers

Le Radeau de la Meduse (Théodore Géricault)
Raft of the Medusa

Room 702 Daru
The Oath of the Horatii (Jacques-Louis DAVID)

Room 705 Galerie d’Apollon
served as a model for the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles

Room 32 Gainsborough British and american paintings
English Paintings

Large-Format 19th Century French Paintings Gallery
Room 75 Salle Daru Neoclassicism, France
Room 76 Salle Denon
Room 77 Salle Mollien Romanticism, France

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