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Leonardo da Vinci exhibition


Leonardo da Vinci exhibition

An exceptional exhibition

As an art lover, I am fortunate to live in the art and culture capital. Indeed, Paris is a city that offers a wide choice of cultural activities: visits to museums, historical monuments, art galleries, temporary exhibitions... For this end of the year, the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre Museum is presented as a very special event that you should attend to. From October 24 to February 24, 2020, the museum will display nearly 120 pieces of the artist's work to commemorate the 500th anniversary of his death.

I look forward to attending this exceptional presentation, which is the perfect opportunity for me to rediscover and admire Leonardo da Vinci's work, including some of his most famous paintings, "The Mona Lisa", "The Virgin of the Rocks", "The Beautiful Ferronnière", "Saint Anne" and "Saint John the Baptist". Much awaited, this exhibition is only open upon reservation so be sure to book early, I personally already have mine!

Leonardo da Vinci

The Italian artist, who inspired the beautiful hotel Le Monna Lisa, is best known as a painter for his work "The Mona Lisa" representing Lisa Gherardini. However, it would be almost reductive to recognize him as a painter only. Also a scientist, philosopher, engineer, composer or sculptor... This universal genius is a true symbol of the Renaissance.

This man continues to fascinate the public even today, hundreds of years after his death. I must admit that it remains for me a major source of inspiration, which is why I appreciate so much the hotel Le Monna Lisa where the Sculptor's Art of Living is very strong.

"Love, Art and Culture"

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We would like to inform our future customers that renovation works are currently underway on the hotel facade. The intervention hours, from 9am to 4pm, aim to minimize inconvenience for our clientele. 

However, all usual services remain available, with VIP reception offered to each of our guests during this period. 

The Monna Lisa team remains at your disposal to address your requests and thanks you in advance for your understanding