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5 Places Where History Was Made

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The red feathered hat

This tapestry represents Louis XIV’s visit to the Gobelins' manufacture. The king is easily recognisable by his red feathered hat.


Here we can see people carrying the silverware created for Louis XIV by the goldsmiths of Les Gobelins and the Louvre.


This richly decorated vase may be the great dragon vase, delivered by the goldsmith Alexis Loir in 1683.

Duke of Orleans

Louis XIV is standing next to his brother Philippe, Duke of Orleans. But who is that peeking through?

The King’s Visit to the Gobelins, Charles Le Brun, 1673/1679

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From backstage at the Paris Opera to the top of the Taj Mahal

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Making a splash

Icarus and his father, Daedalus, learnt how to fly with wings made of feathers and wax, but Icarus flew too close to the sun and melted the wax. Here, he crashes into the sea as the world goes on around him.

Ploughing ahead

Bruegel's design puts an ordinary farmer in the foreground, leaving the 'epic' myth of Icarus to happen in the background. Life goes on, and the indifference is both funny and tragic.

Sail away

Bruegel foregrounds ordinary life, and relegates these grand ships to the background, in a technique known as 'Mannerist inversion'

Sheeping around

Several sheep can be seen wandering around the coastal edge. Do you think any of them fell into the water like Icarus?

Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, Bruegel the Elder

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The world's oldest art gallery

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Museum of Christian Art (MoCA) Goa- the first of its kind in the whole of Asia, was inaugurated on 23rd January,1994 by Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then President of India.

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'The potato eaters' by Vincent van Gogh, Van Gogh Museum

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Mr. Magritte's Hat, Wolfgang Lettl, Lettl Collection