This exhibition was made possible by support from Deloitte. It has been organized by the Musée du Louvre and the Teylers Museum in Haarlem.

Exhibition curator: Carel van Tuyll, director of the Department of Prints and Drawings, Musée du Louvre, and Michiel. C. Plomp, New York Metropolitan Museum, assisted by Federica Mancini, researcher, Department of Prints and Drawings, Musée du Louvre
Production of mini-site: Emmanuel Pérotti, Lionel Tardy et Gaspard Beernaert
Design: Marie Coste-Génin, editorial project officer
English translation: Deke Dusinberre
Translation coordination and copy-editing: Anne-Myrtille Renoux

With the assistance of:
Louis Vignaud, website manager
Chrystel Martin, picture researcher
Fabrice Douar, deputy head, publication division
Sixtine de Saint-Léger, exhibition coordinator
Céline Dauvergne, public relations officer
Sybille Clochet, deputy head, multimedia division
Stéphanie de Vomécourt, signage and graphic design coordinator
Carole Manzano, deputy head of the division of architecture, exhibition design, and signage
Marie-Claire Le Bourdellès, research coordinator
Séverine Muller, coordinator of visitor programs for temporary exhibitions
Marine Leblond, production section officer, Médiathèque

Media partners for the exhibition: Le Figaro newspaper and France Inter radio station.

Illustration: Claude Gellée, known as Claude Lorrain, Wooded River Banks (detail) – circa 1640-45 – Black chalk, various shades of brown wash – H. 18.2 cm; W. 26.8 cm – Teylers Museum, Haarlem, inv. L 32 – Acquired by the Teyler Foundation in 1790 –© Haarlem, Teylers Museum