View The Louvre Museum’s Entire Art Collection Online Now

Free access to over 480,000 works!


We’ve been waiting for this one! The world’s largest art museum, best known for being the home of the Mona Lisa, has become virtually accessible for culture lovers to browse at their leisure. The Louvre Museum, a historic monument in Paris and central landmark of the city, has launched a digital archive of its entire art collection for free online viewing. 

The museum’s virtual database comprises 482,000 works, showcasing painting, sculpture and furniture, all of which are organized by artist, time period and curatorial department. Browse genres in French, English, Spanish and Chinese via computer, tablet and smartphone.

President-Director of the Louvre, Jean-Luc Martinez, stated: “The Louvre is dusting off its treasures, even the least-known. For the first time, anyone can access the entire collection of works for free, whether they are on display in the museum, on loan, even long-term, or in storage.”

An interactive map allows visitors to explore the Louvre room-by-room, perfect for international scholars, researchers and art enthusiasts who can’t make it to the museum in person yet. After closing this time last year due to Covid-19 and reopening in July 2020 with health precautions in place, we’re very excited for this new digital feature!

Read more over on the Louvre website.


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