Puns and quotes about the Louvre
Puns and quotes about the Louvre are a lot. Here I have selected the most special ones, and in some cases, the most hilarious, to enrich your Instagram feed about Paris.
Puns about the Louvre
Puns about Paris, and in this case about the Louvre, are always hilarious! There are a lot of puns you can use as Instagram captions, and that is why I always propose selected puns and quotes for specific shots or situations. Even if I love quotes because they allow you to understand another side of Parisian culture, puns go straight to the point. That’s perfect for social media!
Here are the ones you should use on Ig, paired with a picture of the Louvre.
- Paris is the City of Louvre.
- Paris, I louvre you.
- I came to Paris to find Louvre.
- I visited the Louvre, but I didn’t like it – Mona Lisa was framed.
- You should only visit the Louvre if you have enough Monet.
- What’s not to Louvre about Paris?
- I heard DaVinci and Michelangelo got into an argument, but it ended with a draw.
Quotes about the Louvre
Here are the quotes I have selected about the Louvre. Each one shows a peculiar perspective, whether the thought is by an artist as Paul Cezanne or not!
I think that literature is one of the greatest ways to get to know the Parisian culture, and different cultures generally speaking. That is why I like to suggest including quotes in your Instagram captions. They add that special ‘plus’ to the meaning you give to your shots!
Keep good company – that is, go to the Louvre. (Paul Cezanne)
I went to the Louvre in Paris, and I saw all the paintings and the Mona Lisa. You don’t really see something like that every day. I was looking at it, and everything else in the room just shut out. Like, Leonardo Da Vinci painted this thing – this is unreal that he touched that. It had this crazy effect on me. (Brian Fallon)
At 18, I stood in the Louvre in front of the paintings that TV had first shown me. (David Olusoga)
The Louvre for me is a wonderful experience. Because it continues; it didn’t get cut off. It was actually a continuous involvement all the way, and a lot of people have come and gone, come and gone; but I’m still here. (I. M. Pei)