"I’ve learned that the best way to understand art is through observation. No matter how many times you look at an object, there are always new things to discover. People usually remember things that they enjoy, and for me, teaching is all about sharing a passion and making it fun, discovering details that capture the imagination. Working with small groups at Paris Muse is a real privilege, since it provides a meaningful forum for discussion. There are many different ways to approach art, but every individual brings something unique to it. My role as an art historian is to uncover hidden aspects of a work of art by providing historical background, and to make sure visitors get the most out of their museum experience."
Charlotte studied at the École du Louvre in Paris and completed an international MA in Art History and Museology at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. When not leading tours for Paris Muse, she teaches modern and contemporary art at the École du Louvre. Her interests are wide-ranging, and she has written on subjects as diverse as japonisme, the female nude, and the costumes worn by the Beatles.