There’s a chill in the air and a turkey in the freezer, which means the holidays are right around the corner. No matter who is on your gift-giving list this season, Museyon has books from everyone from your Francophile sister to your history buff husband to your artsy best friend. Filled with dozens of dramatic […]
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Now that summer is (unofficially at least) over, it’s time to start thinking of fall and all that lies ahead. It might seem crazy now, but the holidays aren’t that far away—as we were recently reminded when we got this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art holiday catalog featuring our very own Chronicles series. That’s […]
Today’s behind-the-book tour offers a taste of Rome past and present as we explore the timeless treasures of the Vatican, the fort of Castel Sant’Angelo, and bustling Trastevere, as well as 20th century marvels like the legendary film studio Cinecittà. Hop along for the ride and visit our Flickr for more.
Our latest, Chronicles of Old Rome, is about to hit stores, and we’re celebrating by sharing a look behind the scenes. Check out some of our favorite outtakes from our Italian adventure and stop by our Flickr for even more.
The Museyon team travels the globe on the lookout for culture. With so much to see, not everything can make it to the books. Here are some behind-the-scenes outtakes from our upcoming Chronicles of Old Rome. See if you can spot the famous landmarks, then visit our Flickr album for more.
Museyon Guides is going international! Our guide to the artsy side of Paris, Art + Paris: Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, has been translated into Japanese. And here’s what the press has to say about it: “This book is an invitation to Paris and Normandy where impressionists lived, painted, made hot debates among artist friends.” […]
Rome: They don’t call it the Eternal City for nothing. From the ancient empire to the modern day, it has enthralled the imagination. On the silver screen it’s been captured in some cinema’s most iconic films: ‘Roman Holiday’, ‘La Dolce Vita’, and, most recently, in Woody Allen’s brand new ‘To Rome with Love’. […]