Springtime of the Renaissance

Springtime of the Renaissance


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The exhibition "The Springtime of the Renaissance – Sculpture and the Arts in Florence, 1400 – 1460" was held at the Musée du Louvre from September 26, 2013 to January 6, 2014. Treat yourself to a private tour of some of the masterpieces on display with the dedicated audio guide app.

Following upon major exhibitions devoted to masters of the Renaissance—Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael—The Springtime of the Renaissance deals with the genesis of this major artistic and cultural movement, which first arose in Florence in the early years of the 15th century. Sculpture, an essential aspect of this rebirth, is the central focus of this exhibition.
Sculptures by Donatello, including monumental works, busts and reliefs, serve as one of the threads running through the exhibition, which presents several of the greatest masterpieces by this artist, considered by many as the most creative exponent of the Renaissance.

Use our mobile application to make the most of your exhibition visit!
• Discover the fascinating facts behind the masterpieces on display with 18 commentaries by Marc Bormand from the Louvre Department of Sculptures, who curated the exhibition.
• Access all the information you need about the museum in general.

Additional content is required to run the application. You will be prompted to download it when you start the app.

NOTE: This application does not support tablets at this time.

Recently changed in this version

This new version of the app includes the following changes:
Artwork descriptions continue to be read even when the screen is on standby mode.
A “pause/resume” button has been added.
A fast in-app rating system has been added.

Comments and ratings for Springtime of the Renaissance
  • (32 stars)

    by Matt Rossner on 23/10/2013

    The commentary is very good. But the screen on my phone turns off after some time (10 seconds) and the audio stops. This is quite annoying. By the end of the exhibit I was constantly tapping the screen to prevent it from turning off. Occasionally I'd forget and the audio would stop mid sentence.