1 Louvre Pyramid
This painting is by French artist Jacques-Louis David, and was painted in 1807. As the artist was the official painter of Napoleon, it shows the coronation of Napoleon I at Notre-Dame de Paris. Maybe it signifies their own crowning as the king and queen of hip hop?
3 Mona Lisa
It’s one of the most iconic and historic sculptures at the Louvre. The Winged Victory of Samothrace (which is also known as the Nike of Samothrace), is a marble Hellenistic sculpture created around the 2nd century BC, which is where Beyonce spends a significant time singing and dancing. She truly is an angel.
Though it’s lit by a black light, this famed marble statue is by Alexandros of Antioch and is a masterpiece of ancient Greek sculpture, and is probably one of the most famous ones. Aphrodite is the goddess of love, beauty and procreation, and here we see the couple holding hands.
6 Portrait of Madame Récamier
Lastly, no trip to the Louvre is complete without a trip to the ancient Egyptian tombs downstairs, where this famous sphinx sits like a big piece of immovable furniture. One of the largest sphinxes outside of Egypt, it was found in 1825 BC in the Temple of Amun in Egypt, and is inscribed with the names of famous pharaohs.