Through the works of the museums of the Centre-Val de Loire region
The Association of Museums in Centre-Val de Loire (formerly known as APSMRC-Association of scientific staff of museums of the Centre-Val de Loire region), in collaboration with the DRAC, proposes to discover the works of the museums of the region through three types of approach: - teaching sheets - "mini-paths" - virtual exhibitions
1. The Museums Association in Centre-Val de Loire (MCVL) and the DRAC Centre-Val de Loire produce teaching sheets in collaboration with the museums of the region.
7 sheets are downloadable to date:
> Comedians or Arab Jesters (1848) - EUGÈNE DELACROIX, preserved at the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours.
> An Egyptologist (1882) - GEORGES MOREAU dit Moreau de Tours, preserved at the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours.
> The ruins of Palmyra (1821) - LOUIS-FRANCOIS CASSAS, preserved at the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours.
> Sakieh on the banks of the Nile (1865) - NARCISSE BERCHERE, preserved at the Museum of Fine Arts in Tours.
> Lieutenant General Galbois, commander of the province of Constantine, receives the submission of El-Mokrany, Khalifat of Medjanah in 1839 (1844) - ADRIEN DAUZATS, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Orléans.
> The expedition from Egypt under Bonaparte (sketch) (circa 1829-1835) - LEON COGNIET, Museums of Fine Arts, Orléans
> Women of Algiers, courtyard interior (1859) - EUGENE GIRAUD, Museum of Fine Arts, Tours
To download the sheets
2. The Museums Association in Centre-Val de Loire (MCVL) offers, in collaboration with the DRAC Centre-Val de Loire and the museums of the region, mini-documentary files freely accessible online. They aim to facilitate the exploration of online collections by highlighting works around a given theme.
> The horse at work
> Church paving
3. The Museums Association in Centre-Val de Loire (MCVL) proposes to discover the collections of museums of the Centre-Val de Loire region through virtual exhibitions :
> Acquisitions in the region’s museums, 1997-2008
> Travels (2009)
> Waters (2010)...
> Portraits and figures
To extend your visit: the portal Art history