In honor of New Orleans' Tricentennial Year, the New Orleans Museum of Art presents The Orléans Collection. This exhibit will feature forty pieces of artwork from the French Regent, Philippe II, Duke of Orléans' personal collection. The Orleans' Collection is an internationally-acclaimed exhibit and includes pieces by Veronese, Valentin, Poussin, Rubens and Rembrandt that formerly graced the walls of the Palais Royal in Paris.
From October through January, celebrate the city's tricentennial through the exploration of the Orléans' Collection. Viewings of the exhibit will be available daily with the exception of Mondays. The viewing schedule can be found below: