Em março de 2017, o Giornale dell’Arte, junto com o The Art Newspaper, publicou a lista “Os 100 museus mais visitados do mundo em 2016“.
Desde 2014, o Louvre perdeu cerca de 2 milhões depois dos atentados terroristas de Paris, porém ele continua sendo o museu mais visitado (posição que perdura há nove anos) com os seus mais de oito milhões de visitantes em 2016.
Os Museus Vaticanos, na Cidade do Vaticano, descem uma posição e passam a ser o quinto museu mais visitado do mundo.
E os museus italianos? Mais uma vez, nenhum museu da Itália aparece na TOP 10
Os 10 museus mais visitados do mundo em 2016
Com 7 milhões e 400 mil visitantes em 2016 (eram 8 milhões e 600 mil em 2015), o Louvre permanece na primeira posição dos 100 museus mais visitados do mundo.
Número de visitantes dos 10 museus mais visitados do mundo em 2016
1 – LOUVRE, Paris, 7.400.000
🇫🇷 A l’occasion de la soirée #1MLouvre célébrant le 1 000 000 de followers sur notre compte Instagram, des instagramers ont été conviés hier soir à admirer les œuvres sous un autre angle et à redécouvrir l’histoire de certains chefs-d’œuvre de la sculpture grecque antique. Merci à tous les participants pour leur présence et leur publications, dont voici une sélection. A bientôt pour de nouvelles rencontres artistiques ! 🌎 ENG To celebrate 1 000 000 followers on our Instagram feed, some instagramers have been invited last night to admire and rediscover masterpieces from the Greek Antiquity. Many thanks for their participation and posts. We have the pleasure to share three of them with you. See you soon for more! 📷 Regrams @carolinelsln @tomagarnier @anneliseavril 👍 #louvre #museelouvre #muséedulouvre #instalouvre #louvremuseum #sculpture #masterpiece #art #regram
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2 – METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, Nova Iorque, 7.006.000
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3 – BRITISH MUSEUM, Londres, 6.420.395
Swipe to see a mini gallery of this Roman statue of Venus ➡️ In ancient Rome, Venus was the goddess of love – her ancient Greek counterpart was Aphrodite. Statues of Venus/Aphrodite were placed in temples devoted to her, and their styles can tell us important things about society at the time. In the 4th century BC, Greek sculptor Praxiteles created a life-size naked statue of Aphrodite which had a big influence on later sculpture. The significance of portraying the goddess naked perhaps reflected both the rising social status of women, and changes in male attitudes towards women – previously only male statues had been naked. Based on a Greek original, this Roman sculpture has a great sense of three-dimensionality – Venus crouches down and turns her head sharply to her right, as if surprised by her audience. #AncientGreece #AncientRome #Greece #Rome #sculpture #statue #Aphrodite #Venus #marble
4 – NATIONAL GALLERY, Londres, 6.262.839
Two paintings by Anthony van Dyck in Room 31, The Mond Room. Van Dyck’s genius as a portraitist lay in his talent for capturing the aspirations of his sitters. Whether using a low viewpoint to make his subjects look taller, depicting them in rich settings and with elegant accessories, or endowing them with a confident gaze, Van Dyck excelled at portraying his patrons looking their best. On the right is his imposing double portrait ‘Lord John Stuart and his Brother, Lord Bernard Stuart’. The brothers were granted leave to make a three-year tour of the Continent in 1639 and may have sat for Van Dyck shortly before their departure. The simple background sets off the aquiline features, confident poses and rich clothing. Both young men fell on the Royalist side in the Civil War. Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy. #vandyck #anthonyvandyck #charlesi #flemishart #flemishpainting #art #arthistory #painting #gallery #instamuseum #painting #fineart #museum #artmuseum #gallery #artgallery
5 – MUSEUS VATICANOS, Cidade do Vaticano, 6.066.649
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6 – TATE MODERN, Londres, 5.839.197
7 – NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM, Taipei, 4.665.725
8 – NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, Washington DC, 4.261.391
Today, the National Gallery of Art celebrates 76 years of being the nation’s art gallery. Financier, collector, and U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew W. Mellon believed deeply in the power of art, and thought the United States should have a national art museum equal to other great nations. In a letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, he offered his collection and the funds to construct a building for this purpose. With the President’s support, Congress accepted Mellon’s gift, establishing the Gallery in March 1937. The museum was dedicated on March 17, 1941. What’s your favorite Gallery memory? #myngadc #nationalgalleryofart #happybirthdaytous #🎉
9 – MUSEU HERMITAGE, São Petersburgo, 4.119.103
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10 – REINA SOFIA, Madri, 3.646.598
— Museo Reina Sofía (@museoreinasofia) 29 de março de 2017
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