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Europe Diaries: A day in Paris

Hi beautiful people,

Before I write about MAC’s Viva Glam Miley Cyrus lipstick (will be up on this weekend!) I thought of doing a travel post just to freshen up the feed… (I’m thinking of adding a few travel posts in the future too) So I’m starting my travel series with “A Day in Paris” today (kinda already started with… 385 more words

Summer 2015

The Ray - Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin


I’ve already talked about Chardin’s art and life but this still life is his most famous work. This oil on canvas, made in 1728, is entitled The Ray. 311 more words


Napoléon Bonaparte visiting the plague-victims of Jaffa - Antoine Gros

Baron Antoine Gros (1771 – 1835) is a unique artist of the 19th century since he never studied antiquity. He entered Jacques-Louis David’s workshop when he was 14. 483 more words


Aïn Ghazal's sculptures - Neolithic (8th millenium BC)

The neolithic (8300 – 6900 BC) is the fruit of a slow evolution. Man began modify nature according to his needs. Man domesticated plants and animals, and man also made progress in its technical knowledge. 314 more words


The Louvre Museum may never be the same

The Louvre Museum may never be the same after Flat Dante’s triumphant display next to the Mona Lisa…

That Flat Boy is everywhere!

BAYL…Au Revoir!

The Mona Lisa - Paris

Of all the museums I’ve been to, the Louvre in Paris is my favorite.  One of the most famous paintings in the world, if not the most famous, is housed in the Louvre.   667 more words