London Photo Diary: Art Crawl

One of the most amazing things about London is that almost every museum in the city is free! And in such an expensive place, it is just great that anyone can see some of the most incredible works of art in the world.  I was only in London for three days, but I spent a few hours at the National Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Churchill’s War Room.  I absolutely love museums, and luckily for you guys, they all allowed photography…

IMG_8439Daddy the historian checking out Churchill!

IMG_8451This map of Europe in Churchill’s underground bunker had so many pin colors for different enemies that I couldn’t keep track!

IMG_8466How stunning is the National Gallery?

IMG_8481I could sit in a room full of Impressionist art for hours.

IMG_8473This Monet was enormous!

IMG_9179Van Gogh’s sunflower series is my all-time favorite.

IMG_8483I didn’t see the ‘no pictures’ sign until after… oops.

Processed with VSCOcam with c7 presetSunday morning at the Victoria and Albert Museum.  This place is so stunning!

IMG_8539IMG_8542My favorite modern artist, Chihuli makes these incredible works of glass and they’re all over the world in gorgeous settings.

IMG_8548Love these tiles in the museum cafe!

IMG_8558This is the museum cafe.  I mean, seriously.

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A weekend full of art is exactly what I needed.  I hope all of you have great weekends!

XX, Gabrielle

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