Beyoncé Belongs in Art History Books and This Twitter Account Proves It

Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today.

A post common by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Jul 13, 2017 during 10:10pm PDT

By now we MUST have seen a now iconic print that Beyoncé expelled in a center of a night, featuring uninformed twins Sir Carter and Rumi. Naturally, it’s breathtaking, ideally styled and accurately what a Beyhive has been watchful for; it’s literally art. 

Tabloid Art History, a Twitter comment run by art story majors in a UK, matches publication pics to famous works of art—and they’ve been expertly sketch a parallels between Queen Bey and iconic paintings for a while now. Needless to say, we’re obsessed.

So, in honour of Sir and Rumi’s one-month birthday, we dull adult 8 times that Beyoncé’s life has copied art (or rather, art copied Beyoncé, forward of time).

The Carters are a spitting picture of this digest of a Madonna with twins

Or Cleopatra’s offspring, if you’d prefer

We are v. clearly a adoring throng collected to get a glance of royalty

How about those pregnancy pics? “Maternal charmer realness” is RIGHT

So blissful Beyoncé’s enchantress standing has been confirmed

Make that a enchantress of flood AND flowers

Liberté, Égalité, Beyoncé


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