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Once again, Swatch has taken inspiration from the corridors of the world’s largest museum to present a few magnificent works of art in a different way.

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Louvre Limited Edition
and Swatch X You

An exclusive motif to mark the 30-year anniversary of the Louvre Pyramid

All throughout 2019, the Louvre Museum is celebrating the 30-year anniversary of the Pyramid, a symbol of audacity and innovation designed by the Chinese-American architect Leoh Ming Pei. To mark the occasion, the Louvre and Swatch are offering a unique Swatch X You tricolour motif featuring an illustration that mirrors this Parisian monument in the heart of the Cour Napoléon.

The Coronation of Napoleon, Jacques Louis David, 1805-1808

In 1804, David was appointed principal painter to the Emperor, who instructed him to create four paintings aimed at celebrating the coronation ceremony during which the First Consul Bonaparte became Napoleon I. In the end, he only painted two canvases, including the Coronation, which is a fantastic composition featuring 191 characters.

Gallery of Views of Ancient Rome, Giovanni Paolo Panini (1758)

Giovanni Paolo Panini was a renowned 18th century painter of architectural scenes and vedute (topographically accurate landscapes and cityscapes), who used the skills he learned during his training to paint set designs.

The Four Seasons, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, 1573

Born in Milan, Giuseppe Arcimboldo moved to Vienna in 1562 where he became court portraitist to Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand I (1503-1564) and later his son Maximilian II (1527-1576). Although he painted several members of the imperial family, his quick rise to fame was thanks to the heads he painted representing the four seasons.

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