Legacy of Napoleon’s artistic plunder on show in Rome
Museum” runs until March 12 at the Scuderie del Quirinale, an exhibition space created in what were once the stables of the Quirinale, a former papal and royal palace that is now the official residence of Italy‘s president.
Venice and was once hailed by Oscar Wilde as the finest painting in all of Italy.
Plunder to patrimony –
France from 1795-99 to make the country the dominant force in the Fine Arts, by making the Louvre home to a collection of the world’s best creations in every form.
artworks held in public buildings in Rome and around.
Museum of Fine Arts in Caen, northwestern France.