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London & Paris Museums with Berly<br />Take a tour at the British Museum <br />Go to as many museums in London because the...
British Museum <br />- Swedish Daler<br />(if this is your idea of money you’re in trouble)<br />Tate Modern – Pablo Picas...
Tate Modern – Jackson Pollock<br />(They Dance!)<br />
National Gallery  London– Da Vinci <br />(amazing even unfinished)<br />National Gallery London – Da Vinci<br />(because I...
Dali Museum – Salvador Dali – Alice in Wonderland Series<br />(Trippy Crazyness. Somehow I think my affinity for Dali was ...
Lourve – Victory at Samothrace<br />(my favorite work at the Lourveand my favorite sculpture! )<br />
Lourve – Vermeer – The Lacemaker<br />(my favorite Vermeer so far. Berly Factoid – I make pilgrimages to see Vermeers)<br />
Lourve – Mona Lisa<br />(Ok, here’s the thing I didn’t like this before. But something about this painting does not transl...
Lourve – Coronation of Napoleon – David<br />(It has an area of 654 feet!) <br />
D’Orsay – Starry Night over the Rhone – Van Gogh<br />Favorite Van Gogh & Favorite Painting. It glows and makes me happy.<...
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Berly’s London &amp; Paris Museums

  1. 1. London & Paris Museums with Berly<br />Take a tour at the British Museum <br />Go to as many museums in London because they are free and amazing<br />See the Mona Lisain the Lourve.<br />Take an Audio Tour of the Lourve. You’ll get lost otherwise.<br />Go to D’Orsay. Just go! It’s filled with Monet, Degas, Rodin, Van Gogh, Gaugin, Manet. My favorite museum.<br />
  2. 2. British Museum <br />- Swedish Daler<br />(if this is your idea of money you’re in trouble)<br />Tate Modern – Pablo Picasso<br />(because Cubist Sculpture is way cooler than cubist painting)<br />
  3. 3. Tate Modern – Jackson Pollock<br />(They Dance!)<br />
  4. 4. National Gallery London– Da Vinci <br />(amazing even unfinished)<br />National Gallery London – Da Vinci<br />(because I got to see a 2nd version of this in Paris 3 days later!)<br />National Gallery London – Van Eyck<br />(in person you can see the reflection of a visitor in the mirror & the candle)<br />
  5. 5. Dali Museum – Salvador Dali – Alice in Wonderland Series<br />(Trippy Crazyness. Somehow I think my affinity for Dali was diminished after this museum, but I did discover new gems. Like this one. )<br />
  6. 6. Lourve – Victory at Samothrace<br />(my favorite work at the Lourveand my favorite sculpture! )<br />
  7. 7. Lourve – Vermeer – The Lacemaker<br />(my favorite Vermeer so far. Berly Factoid – I make pilgrimages to see Vermeers)<br />
  8. 8. Lourve – Mona Lisa<br />(Ok, here’s the thing I didn’t like this before. But something about this painting does not translate to print/digitalization. You have to see it in person. Maybe it’s the throng of people; maybe it’s the lighting but she’s captivating. It’s that damn smile. ; )<br />Lourve – Da Vinci<br />(Because I saw the another version of this in London 3 days earlier!)<br />
  9. 9. Lourve – Coronation of Napoleon – David<br />(It has an area of 654 feet!) <br />
  10. 10. D’Orsay – Starry Night over the Rhone – Van Gogh<br />Favorite Van Gogh & Favorite Painting. It glows and makes me happy.<br />

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