Naples in Paris exhibition
The 'Naples in Paris' exhibition, currently taking place at the Louvre Museum, is the result of an exceptional partnership with the Capodimonte Museum, one of Italy's largest museums. From June 7, 2023, to January 8, 2024, visitors can explore a selection of masterpieces of Italian painting, presented in dialogue with the Louvre's collection.
This exhibition is divided into three sections. In the Salon Carré, the Grande Galerie, and the Salle Rosa, around thirty major paintings from Capodimonte, such as Masaccio's Crucifixion or Giovanni Bellini's Transfiguration, are displayed alongside the works from the Louvre. The Salle de la Chapelle highlights the unique history of the Capodimonte collection, featuring notable works such as Titian's Portrait of Pope Paul III Farnese with His Nephews. Lastly, the Salle de l'Horloge presents a precious selection of drawings and prints, including works by Raphael and Michelangelo.
In addition to the exhibition, an ambitious cultural program offers a true Neapolitan season in the heart of Paris. A visit not to be missed for enthusiasts of Italian art.
The ticket price for the museum and the exhibition is €17.