Academic Courses and Training

“Versailles” research group from the École du Louvre

Every year, the “Versailles” research group puts forward ten wide-ranging subjects, suggested by the museum’s curators, taking a deliberately broad time frame from the 17th to the 20th century.

The subject of these dissertations can be a review of spaces or locations, the constitution and analysis of a body of works in the collections of the Palace of Versailles or other institutions, a study of the artists of Versailles, etc.

The research group is co-directed by Raphaël Masson, chief heritage curator at the Palace of Versailles, and Benjamin Ringot, assistant to the scientific director of the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles.

List of topics to come at the start of the school year.

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List of the former subjects (in French)
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