In addition to Leonardo da Vinci‘s “Mona Lisa,” Ansel Elgort checked out the backside of a sculpture here in June 2017 and joked, “Diving deep into the fruitful art the Louvre has to offer. Here I am probably asking myself. ‘But why…?'”
Chloë Sevigny called herself one of the “#girlswholikeart” as she gazed at a large painting here in April 2017.
The Louvre was Minka Kelly‘s “Next stop” on her March 2017 itinerary for Paris.
Victoria Beckham sent “Kisses from Paris” when she and Brooklyn Beckham checked out the “Mona Lisa” together and enjoying “Paris in the sunshine” in March 2017.
Angela Simmons touched the top of the pyramid in a picture she took on “a good day” here in March 2017.
Ashanti got dolled up to strike a “#historic” pose in front of the museum’s pyramid in February 2017.
Josh Gad and his Beauty and the Beast costars stopped for a nighttime selfie in front of the Louvre while “Hitting the city like a family of tourists” in March 2017.
After checking out some statues and the “Mona Lisa,” Paris Jackson wandered around the Department of Egyptian Antiquities here and said, “i encourage researching conspiracy theories on egyptian history, it’s amazing.”
“With love from Pareeeee” was the greeting Minka Kelly sent when she was outside the Louvre in January 2017.
Monique Coleman jumped for joy in front of the pyramid here in December 2016 and said what translates to, “I am very happy.”
Ashley Benson posed for a picture in front of the museum’s famous pyramid structure in November 2016.
“Saw my twin #monalisa at the Louvre” is what Tamera Mowry said of her November 2016 trip here.
“Did it” —Meghan Trainor posed for the perfect optical illusion tourist photo in June 2016.
Floyd Mayweather positioned his camera to make it look like he was touching the top of the museum’s pyramid in April 2016.
Karlie Kloss posted a throwback photo in April 2016 of her time here during fashion week earlier in the year.
“Jesus Christ, these paintings are huge” is what Natasha Lyonne said of her time inside the museum in April 2016.
Justin Theroux joked, “I think I’m in louvres,” when he admired the “Mona Lisa” at The Louvre in January 2016.
Cara Delevingne playfully posed with the “Mona Lisa” in January 2016, asking, “Yo Mona Lisa, can I get a date on Friday?” but in all seriousness, she said “I had such a wonderful day with Mona Lisa, I will never forget those eyes.”
Derek Houghfelt like The Da Vinci Code‘s Robert Langdon when he went to The Louvre in January 2016 and shared the quote, “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
Topher Grace leaned against The Louvre in September 2015 and said, “#ilouvreparis.”
Demi Lovato took a picture with the “Mona Lisa” in September 2015.
Alessandra Ambrosio‘s August 2015 family vacation in Paris also included a stop at this museum to snap a photo out front and make it seem like she was holding the famed “Mona Lisa” in her hand.
After taking pictures of the “Venus de Milo” and “Mona Lisa” in July 2015, T-Boz proudly mused, “I remb when I was younger I never valued seeing things like this or understood the privilege to be able to do so. It is a blessing to hv this experience and see it in person. I’m happy that my daughter wants to see these things and actually requested to see them both and she understands the history behind it now.”
Tony Hawk photographed the famous “Mona Lisa, and the excitement gang” in July 2015.
Candace Cameron Bure declared her love for museums in June 2015 while standing next to a massive column inside the Iran and the Persian Empire portion of The Louvre.
Nicky Hilton took an artsy shot of the museum’s outside in December 2014.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Blue Ivy had The Louvre all to themselves in October 2014, and took advantage of their privacy by posing for a ton of fun pics — Mr. and Mrs. Carter flanked the “Mona Lisa,” while Bey threw up a piece sign in front of the famous painting, and took a selfie with a statue.
I’ll assume Heidi Klum exhibited model behavior in March 2014 by not using a flash when she snapped a pic of the one and only “Mona Lisa” and captioned it with, “looking at you . . . looking at me!”
In March 2014, Beyoncé and Jay Z cozied up out front for a picture perfect enough to be on display inside the very museum they’re standing in front of.