I stared and stared at this sculpture in the Vatican Museums. I couldn't figure out if I'd seen it before--maybe in an art history text book?--or if I was just fooling myself. And then it came to me: this statue bears a striking resemblance to the 42nd president of the United States.
You know, when you are inside an art museum, you are busy consumed by the surroundings. When you are in the Vatican Museum, take a peek outside of the window sometimes, you might get a different feel. Plus, at the right location, you can see the celling of the sistine chapel and the top of St. Peter's at the same time.