While many museums are still closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, some galleries are currently reopening as well as digital projects that provide virtual access to art and culture.
One of the most important drawings in the hands of the private sector is the collection of French drawings collected by Louis Antoine and Veronique Pratt. In 1995 it became the first private collection of any kind to be the subject of exhibition at the Louvre. This wide display of 184 drawings at Petit Palais, which reopened to the public on June 16, provides an overview of the history of French art from François Stella in 1580 to Cézanne and Ridon. Special features include a selection of ink and wash graphics by Victor Hugo and Charles Baudelaire. The exhibition runs from June 16 to October 4.
Woman thrown back (17th century), Noël Coypel
Sixteen heads of men (18th century), Louis-Léopold Boilly
Dream of Ossian (19th century), Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
The Tower of Rats (19th century), Victor Hugo
Large Trees (19th century), Paul Cézanne


Woman thrown back (17th century), Noël Coypel