The exhibition "Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci’s Ultimate Masterpiece" was held at the Musée du Louvre from March 29 to June 25, 2012. Treat yourself to a private tour of some of the masterpieces on display with the dedicated audio guide app.
Leonardo da Vinci’s masterwork The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne, restored with the aid of the C2RMF (Center for Research and Restoration of the Museums of France), is the centerpiece of an exceptional exhibition that reunites all surviving related works for the first time.
Compositional sketches, preparatory drawings, landscape studies and the National Gallery of London’s magnificent cartoon are brought together for the first time since the artist’s death to illustrate his lengthy meditation and expose the succession of solutions he had envisioned.
Use our mobile application to make the most of your exhibition visit!
• Discover the fascinating facts behind the masterpieces on display with the help of curator Vincent Delieuvin from the Louvre Department of Paintings, who also curated the exhibition.
• Exploring some twenty key works, Vincent Delieuvin discusses major themes of the exhibition such as the conception and execution of the Saint Anne masterpiece, its significance in Leonardo’s career, and its impact both at the time of its creation and in the 19th and 20th centuries.
• Find your way around with our interactive map.
• Access all the information you need about the museum in general.
Additional content is required to run the application. You will be prompted to download it when you start the app.
NOTE: This application does not support tablets at this time.
This new version of the app includes the following changes:
Artwork descriptions continue to be read even when the screen is on standby mode.
A “pause/resume” button has been added.
A fast in-app rating system has been added.