Gift Idea: Become one of Louvre Museum’s Patrons

Fundraising  Campaign for Lucas Cranach’s ‘The Three Graces’


Paris’ Louvre Museum is inviting you to take part in this fundraising campaign to acquire The Three Graces, the Renaissance masterpiece by German’s painter Lucas Cranach, by becoming one of the project’s patrons. Whether you are able to donate a little or a lot,

Lucas Cranach, dit l’Ancien Les Trois Grâces, 1531, huile sur bois © 2010 musée du Louvre / Angèle Dequier

Lucas Cranach, dit l’Ancien Les Trois Grâces, 1531, huile sur bois © 2010 musée du Louvre / Angèle Dequier

every little bit helps and your support will make a difference – and make this campaign, which we will be running from 1 November 2010 to 31 January 2011, a complete success.

And this could also be a wonderful idea for an unusual Christmas gift, as the names of all donors will be added to the list of museum patrons, on the acknowlegment pages on Louvre.fr and on all communication media on this campaign and in particular in the room where the painting will be displayed.

  • All patrons donating €200 or more will be invited to a private visit of the collection at the end of the campaign.
  • All patrons donating €500 or more will be invited to an exclusive preview of Cranach’s work of art during a private event at the Louvre Museum in January.
  • There are specific benefits for exceptionally generous donation, contact the Louvre for more information.

Donations by credit card and wire transfers, tax advantages available.
A unique gift for your Parisian Christmas!

Make a donation to the Louvre: http://www.troisgraces.fr/

Information and Images courtesy of the Louvre
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