In Fabre's day, this gallery presented paintings and casts of antique sculptures. Today, it is devoted to masterpieces of European art from the 14th to the 16th centuries. Pietro da Rimini illustrates the influence and dissemination of the work of Giotto. Renaissance painters include Brescianino, Kempeneer and Jean Cousin, whose Charity testifies to the revival of French art through the Fontainebleau School. Salviati and Allori represent Florentine Mannerism, while Bassano, Palma the Younger and Veronese reflect the vitality of the Venetian school.
9 - Salle du Jeu de Paume: the Real Tennis Court gallery
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