On 10 August 1792, was imprisoned and the royal collection in the Louvre became national property.
Kaminer, Ariel and Sean O'Driscoll.
This section also contains rare objects from which were also lent to the for its Ancient Persia exhibition in 2005.
A smaller but significant Second Empire project was the decoration of the salle des Empereurs below the.
Have a nice weekend all! : 69 In 1815 finally concluded agreements with the government for the keeping of works such as Veronese's which was exchanged for a large or the repurchase of the collection.
Growth continued via acquisitions by , founder of the in Cairo.