The Rose of the Louvre, 2020 - Jean-Michel Othoniel

Engraving The Rose of the Louvre - Jean-Michel Othoniel

The Rose du Louvre, an original creation by Jean-Michel Othoniel for the 30th anniversary of the Pyramid, joined the museum's collections in 2020.
In the same year, the Louvre Museum and the Rmn-Grand Palais commissioned the artist to create an engraved plate for the Chalcographie collection.

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Engraving date
Size of the sheet
48 x 41,7 cm
Musée du Louvre, Petit Palais Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris
Art movement
Modern & Contemporary Art
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Printing Technique
Copper plate size
37,6 x 35 cm
Jean-Michel Othoniel
Matière de l'article
Hahnemühle paper 300 g/m2
Ateliers d'art de la Rmn-GP
Conservation museums
Paris - Chalcographie du musée du Louvre, Paris - Musée du Louvre

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Jean-Michel Othoniel

From drawing to sculpture to installation to photography to writing to performance, Jean-Michel Othoniel has invented an incomparable artistic style since the late 1980s. Initially exploring materials with reversible qualities such as sulfur or wax, he has used glass since 1993. Today, his works have taken on an architectural dimension and are often found in gardens or historical sites through public or private commissions throughout the world.