Projects for the Louvre: List of Figures

Isabel Smith

1. Bernini, “ First Project for the Louvre, East Elevation,” 1664, Paris, Musée du Louvre, (source—http://www.artres.com/c/htm/Home.aspx

2. Bernini, “Portrait Bust of Louis XIV,” 1665, Versailles, Musée National de Versailles et des Trianons. (Source–University of California, San Diego)

3. Philippe de Champaigne, “Jean-Baptiste Colbert,” New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (source–Metropolitcan Museum of Art)

4. Bernini, “St. Peters Colonnade,” 1656-1657, Rome, Vatican City, (source–http://www.scalarchives.com)

5. Bernini, “First Project for the Louvre, Plan for the Ground Floor,” 1664, Paris, Musée de Louvre (source– Diary of the Cavaliere Bernini’s Visit to France by Paul Fréart De Chantelou)

6. Plan for the First Floor of the Château de Versailles,” 1674, Musée National Des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon, (source-http://www.artres.com/c/htm/Home.aspx)

7. Louis Le Vau, “Collége des Quatres Nations,” ca. 1662, (source– Art and Architecture in France by Anthony Blunt)

8. Bernini, “Second Project for the Louvre, East Elevation,” 1665, Musée de Louvre, (source– University of California, San Diego)

9. Bernini, “Third Project for the Louvre, East Elevation,” 1665, Private Collection (source–” Gianlorenzo Bernini’s Third Design for the East Facade of the Louvre of 1665, drawn by Mattia de Rossi” by Michael Hall)

10. Giovanni Battista Falda and Alessandro Specchi, ” Principal Facade of Palazzo Barberini, ” Princeton University Library, (source Bernini and the Art of Architecture, by T. A. Marder)

11. Jean Marot after Bernini, “Fourth Project for the Louvre, East Elevation,” 1665, Conway Library, Courtauld Institute of Art, London, (source– “Gianlorenzo Bernini’s Third Design for the East Facade of the Louvre” by Michael Hall)

12. Jean Marot after Bernini, “Fourth Project for the Louvre, East Elevation, interior facade,” 1665, Conway Library, Courtauld Institute of Art, London, (source– “Gianlorenzo Bernini’s Third Design for the East Facade of the Louvre” by Michael Hall)

13. Bernini, “Palazzo Montecitorio,” ca. 1650, Rome, Italy, (source– Ralph Lieberman Archive, Harvard University)

14. Bernini, ” Fourth Project for the Louvre, Plan for the Ground Floor,” 1665, Grand Marot, (source–Art and Architecture in France by Anthony Blunt)

15. Louis Le Vau, Claude Perrault, and Charles Lebrun, “East Facade of the Louvre,” 1670, Paris, Louvre (source–University of California, San Diego)

16. Louis Le Vau, ” Château de Versailles, Garden Façade,” 1668-1675, Versailles France, (source– Réunion des Musées Nationaux)

17. Bernini, “Equestrian Statue of Louis XIV as Marcus Curtius,” 1671-1674, Versailles, France (source–Réunion des Musées Nationaux)

18. Bernini, “Model of the Monument to King Louis XIV,” 1670, Rome, Galleria Borghese (source–SCALA archives)

19. Bernini, “Equestrian Statue of Constantine,” 1670, Vatican City, St. Peters Basilica, (source–SCALA archives)

20. René-Antoine Houasse. Louis XIV, King of France and Navarre, on Horseback, ca. 1679-1690. Versailles, Musée National de Versailles et de Trionon . (source– Réunion des Musées Nationaux)