Mental illness may be profoundly responsible for the creation and enduring popularity of Expressionism. Van Gogh's well-documented mental instability, and Edvard Munch's traumatic childhood and enduring neuroses helped to churn out some of the Expressionists' most important works.
In 1961 Georges Braque was the first living artist to have his work exhibited in the Louvre.
Leonardo Da Vinci invented high heels.
Roman statues were made with detachable heads, so that one head could be removed and replaced by another.
English artist Andy Brown, created a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain by stitching together 1,000 used tea bags.