This tour includes the collection of furnishings and objets d’art from the reign of Louis XIV through that of Louis XVI. The new galleries are organized chronologically and are punctuated by period rooms that recreate the wood-paneled interiors of lavish residences and princely palaces in eighteenth-century Paris. We will then go on to explore the French painting section of the same period as well as works from the neo-cassical and romantic movements in addition to the Barbizon school.
2 hour Tour on Demand except Tuesdays
1 person 175 euros
2 persons 250 euros (includes admission-no waiting)
3-4 375 euros ( includes admission-no waiting)
The Louvre visit with Deanna as our guide was one of the highlights of our trip. She is just an excellent guide, so full of information.–Linda Pellerito. Grand Rapids, MI
Meet your Guide Deanna McMillen
Deanna is an American art historian originally from San Diego, California. Her initial reason for coming to Paris was to study French. However, her fascination with the city, its history and art made her choose to stay on and to enroll at the prestigious Ecole du Louvre. After four years of study, she obtained a degree in art history with honors with a specialization in French seventeenth century painting. She then went on to use her skills in art history and to gain experience by setting up a program of classes in Parisian museums for study abroad students from American universities. The Louvre and Orsay museums were an important part of the curriculum which ran for fifteen years. Today, Deanna loves sharing her passion for art and Paris with visitors and students by leading private tours. When she’s not out exploring the Parisian art world and finding subjects to photograph, she studies Italian and takes ballet classes.