If you’re visiting London, there’s so much to see (and do)! But where can you find great photo spots in London that will look amazing on Instagram and be a cool memory to look back on? I’ve chosen some unique places for you to visit so… Read More
London, London Travel Tips, Travel Tips
British Museum Collection, Henry VIII, Leicester Square, London, london fun, London Museums, National Gallery, natural history museum, Neal's Yard, photo spots, royalty, THATMuse, Things to do in London, Trafalgar Square, Travel with Kids, treasure hunting
Rembrandt is the equivalent of a modern-day selfie connoisseur! As a great 17th century self-portrait artist, Rembrandt’s many artistic ‘selfies’ explore his identity throughout his lifetime. Let’s look behind the camera (or painting for that matter) to find out just why Rembrandt earned the prestigious title of a Selfie King and, while we’re… Read More
Art History 101, Louvre, National Gallery, NYC, The Met
17th century, art history, draughtsman, Dutch painting, etcher, London Museums, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Gallery, Paris Museums, realism, Rembrandt, self portrait, Selfie, The Met, The Selfie King
Botticelli’s Venus and Mars has a lot to tell us about love, marriage, and classical works (there’s even some humor)! What’s not to love!?
Greek Mythology, London, National Gallery
Alexander the Great, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, art, art history, Botticelli, chastity, fashion, gods and goddesses, humor, Italian Renaissance, Ladies at the louvre, London Museums, love hunt, Marriage, Mars, Mythology, National Gallery, Renaissance, spalliere, THATMuse, Venus, Venus and Mars, virgil, Vulcan
What do you know of Bacchus and Ariadne’s love-struck tale? Lucky for us, Titian, an Italian artist, sets (or paints) the scene!
Italy, National Gallery
Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek mythology, Ancient Romans, Ancient Rome, art, art history, Bacchus and Ariadne, Constellations, Italian Painting, London, Mythology, National Gallery, Percy Jackson, satyrs, Silenus, THATMuse, Titian
Gods, goddesses and creatures, oh my! Bronzino took advantage of such mystical figures to create an intellectually pleasing (and eye-catching!) allegorical painting. Let’s decode the many interlocking secrets hidden throughout An Allegory with Venus and Cupid (1545).
London, National Gallery
Allegory, art history, Bronzino, Cupid, Florence, London, London Museums, Mannerist, Mythology, National Gallery, Roman, Syphilis, THATMuse
Oil, light, marriage, wealth, religion, and a mystery man in a mirror. What can we make of this? Who is Jan van Eyck? Read on to find out!
Who is Paolo Uccello? What is he known for? What can we learn from his work? Let’s find out!