People Watching

Some photos of people looking at stuff in the Louvre from a book, here. (The page is in Russian, the book is Spanish, but the photos speak for themselves.)
I love it when art reverses the proscribed sightlines of a museum, like in WP Frith's Private View at the Royal Academy, or in the satirical prints of the Regency. As Ingrid Schaffner writes, they are paradoxically both 'taking in the pictures and modelling for one'.


abdul bari said…
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