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One of my favorite things I've seen here, a man's personal museum of artifacts from Maldivian history and culture. #maldives #personalmuseum #addu

• Collecting memories • #photographs #personalmuseum #love

Goodnight, my banana bread.
(René Magritte, Quand l'heure sonnera, 1932.) #personalmuseum #vaporart

💜💕🌺💚missing so much @suekreitzman can't wait you to be back from new york🛩🗽📸picture taken by @anthonylycettphotography when he did a shoot for @phoenixmaguk in the frame of his @self.styled in location project about #matriarch 💋 wearing @l.o.m_fashion playsuit 💚✨ with bespoke skirt Rajasthan inspired #mylittle pony headpiece ✨ dolls earrings and dinosaurs necklace available on my online shop 👉🏼sophiecochevelou.tictail.com (link in bio) painting of Sue by @dianegoldie art work by @rocketman2008 and glitter make up by @glitopia #costumedesign #fashionshoot #colourfulstyle #alternativestyle #alternativefashion #kimono #londonartist #matriarchy #friendhipismagic #colourfulhome #artcollector #upcycling #outsiderart #personalmuseum #creativemind #fineart

It houses our National Artist Ben Cabrera's art collection..#personalmuseum

Cause I can do whatever effin' thing I want in life... #personalmuseum

The taxidermy welcoming committee!
We were excited to finally go to the Museum or Natural History owned and run by Michael. What a fantastic thing you are doing for your community xx
#personalmuseum #WA #perth #naturalhistory #roadtrip #restinpiecestaxidermy

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I found in my father's garage today a paper labeled G.U.D Penetrating Oil quart tin. But I am going to steal it and take it home for my collection 😉.

Coles vs Woolworths - bag wars from the 1960s or maybe early 70s, plastic bags came in in the 70s I think. If I was wealthy I would set up my own museum. I surely have enough stuff to fill it. These were poked behind a pile of boxes & tins but I knew exactly where #personalmuseum #colesnewworld #paperbags #colessupermarket #woolworths

Black as a pound of Graphite.

Hand me the Esso. Little Handy oiler for July.

Early weekend #home

Little museum with some lovely artists!!! #personalmuseum #museum #illustration #artwork #concept #art #digitalart

Goodnight, my banana bread.
(René Magritte, Quand l'heure sonnera, 1932.) #personalmuseum #vaporart

A small detail from Karel Dujardin's "Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles" (1663) #personalmuseum #vaporart

The taxidermy welcoming committee!
We were excited to finally go to the Museum or Natural History owned and run by Michael. What a fantastic thing you are doing for your community xx
#personalmuseum #WA #perth #naturalhistory #roadtrip #restinpiecestaxidermy

Really cool to take a road trip with my gorgeous assistant and RIP teacher Jason from Geraldton to Perth today!

We were excited to finally go to the Museum or Natural History owned and run by Michael. What a fantastic thing you are doing for your community xx
#personalmuseum #WA #perth #naturalhistory #roadtrip #restinpiecestaxidermy

Really cool to take a road trip with my gorgeous assistant and RIP teacher Jason from Geraldton to Perth today!

We were excited to finally go to the Museum or Natural History owned and run by Michael. What a fantastic thing you are doing for your community xx
#personalmuseum #WA #perth #naturalhistory #roadtrip #restinpiecestaxidermy

Oftentimes, we are drawn to visit a place just because of a picture that operated some kind of magic on our sense of aesthetics. And for me this enchantment escalates when I am put on the path to the discovery of a smaller museum devoted to not only the works of an artist but also to his private life.
This stunning spiral staircase is in the intimate Gustave Moreau Museum-Home in Paris.
The travel writer, Thirza Valois, gives us some background in her article "The Gustave Moreau Museum-Home." "Unlike the homes of his peers – Delacroix, Ingres, Chopin, George Sand… – the house of the Symbolist painter Gustave Moreau has survived as it was when he died in 1898, the only home I can think of that was turned into a museum during the lifetime of its occupier, at his own initiative moreover. It was his “dearest wish to keep his artwork together so as to allow the artist’s work and efforts during his lifetime to be appraised.” The idea materialised in 1895, but converting the modest family home into a museum required the help of an architect, Albert Lafon. The house had been bought in 1852 by Moreau’s parents on their son’s behalf. All three shared the first floor until their passing (his mother in 1884). Moreau’s studio was set up on the floor above; the ground floor was let out. Standing on an 80sqm plot, the house was way too small for its future purpose. Space was gained by doing away with the front garden and aligning the house with the street, but there was no available space elsewhere other than vertically. So a studio/gallery was added above the lower studio, and a steep spiral staircase leading to it." (Picture found on Pinterest)

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