"You've almost captured my vision," he said. "There are just a few details you seem to have overlooked. Some of the portraits are not large enough. Parts of the wall have --- nonsensically --- been left as giant, empty panes of glass rather than covered with hagiographic landscapes and heavenscapes featuring our main politicians."
I enjoyed my series of visits to the Louvre.
Yes, the Louvre contains self-referential artwork.
|Hubert Robert's Project d'aménagement de la Grande Galerie du Louvre.|
This post's theme word is baldachin, "a rich embroidered fabric of silk or gold; a canopy." The decorating scheme of French palaces focuses on baldachin and grandeur.