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And Now...the Art...

Of course the reason why most people visit the Louvre is the fantastic pieces of art it houses.  A museum since the 18th century, when the royal family moved the court to Versailles, there are so many works of art here that it would take you a hundred days to see everything. 171 more words


Venus de Milo who?

Today I feel like the Venus de Milo.

A bit of background, the Venus de Milo is an Ancient Greek sculpture that has had its arms broken off since the moment of its discovery. 433 more words

Today I Feel

The Louvre

“Paris is always a good idea.”

-Audrey Hepburn

One of the must-see sights in Paris. I’m saddened to say that I didn’t have as much appreciation for art when I visited this museum as I do now.

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Instant cartoons

Why spend time drawing cartoons when the images of great works are just taking up space on the Internet waiting to be downloaded.  Add a caption bubble and wham-O, an instant cartoon!   49 more words

Milos, Greece: The Island of Colors and Venus de Milo

Due to its volcanic origin, this horseshoe-shaped island in the Western part of the Cyclades has over 70 beaches with white and black sand that sit alongside white, pink, and red rocks. 156 more words


Hello Everyone!

My name is Paige, and I am the new art history blogger for Where Creativity Works! I am a huge art history nerd; like, HUGE. I have  375 more words

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Classicism to Surrealism: Dali’s Venus with Drawers

On the 8th of April 1820, the statue of Venus de Milo was discovered by a peasant called Yorgos Kentrotas within a buried niche in the ancient city ruins of Milos (currently Tripiti) in the Aegean. 865 more words