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The Venetian painters
After the Second World War, the ‘Salle des Etats’ in the Louvre was vested with works by the great Venetian masters of the 16th century. The 2019 restoration revised the layout of the paintings. ‘The Wedding at Cana’ is thus now placed opposite the ‘Mona Lisa’ at the other end of the room. Until now overshadowed by the work of Leonardo da Vinci, a new route allows visitors to linger longer in front of Veronese’s painting. More intimate works by Titian, such as ‘The Man with the Glove’, Veronese, such as ‘The Beautiful Nani’, or sketches by Tintoretto for the Doge’s Palace alternate with the larger canvases.
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