Snap a Selfie at These 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts Photo Ops

by | Dec 17, 2021 | EPCOT, Walt Disney World News, WDW Blog

Snap some artful selfies at the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts with these unique photo ops.

Heading to the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts? Make sure you take some everlasting memories in the form of these artful photo ops.

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Full List of 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts Photo Ops

No trip to EPCOT is complete without taking full advantage of all the photo ops. During the 2022 Festival of the Arts, you can snap a selfie with some of the best-known paintings of all time. Here’s a full list of the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts photo ops.

  • An homage to Frida Kahlo (Mexico Pavilion)
  • “Birth of Venus” by Sandro Botticelli (Italy Pavilion Courtyard)
  • “Café Terrace at Night and Sunflowers” by Vincent van Gogh (Bridge to World Showcase)
  • “Luncheon of the Boating Party” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (International Gateway)
  • “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci (Between Italy Pavilion and Germany Pavilion)
  • “Peter Pan Storybook” (Bridge to World Showcase)
  • “The Scream” by Edvard Munch (Between Italy Pavilion and Germany Pavilion)
  • “Washington Crossing the Delaware” by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze (The American Adventure Pavilion)

An Homage to Frida Kahlo

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Photo by Judd Helms

Frida Kahlo’s art is celebrated around the world for its traditional Mexican and indigenous style and feminist undertones. Despite her death in 1954 at just 47 years of age, Kahlo is still the favorite artist of many to this day.

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The perfect homage to Frida Kahlo. Photo by Judd Helms

You can find An Homage to Frida Kahlo at the Mexico Pavilion. 

“Birth of Venus”

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Photo by Judd Helms

“Birth of Venus” is a well-known painting by Sandro Botticelli. It depicts Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, emerging from the water in a scallop shell, having been blown to land by the winds.

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Pose at Venus in this photo op. Photo by Judd Helms

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“Birth of Venus”… or you! Photo by Cliff Wang

During the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts, you can snap a photo as Venus in the Italy Pavilion Courtyard.

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“Café Terrace at Night and Sunflowers”

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Photo by Judd Helms

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Photo by Judd Helms

Café Terrace at Night” and “Sunflowers” are both famous oil paintings by Vincent van Gogh. Even if you’re not that into art, you’ll recognize these well-known post-impressionist pieces.

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Sit at the “Café Terrace at Night” or pose next to “Sunflowers.” Photo by Judd Helms

You can snap a selfie with these van Gogh paintings on the bridge to World Showcase.

“Luncheon of the Boating Party”

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Photo by Judd Helms

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s “Luncheon of the Boating Party” is one of the largest canvases the artist ever made. Unsurprisingly, it took him an incredible 16 months to complete.

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Snap a selfie of you and your new buds grabbing a bite. Photo by Judd Helms

You can snap a selfie with the painting in seconds at the International Gateway during the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts.

“Mona Lisa”

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Photo by Judd Helms

If you’ve never seen Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” you have probably been living under a rock your entire life. This uber-famous painting has inspired many to question who the woman in the painting is and the reason behind her mysterious smile.

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Insert yourself into “The Scream” and “Mona Lisa.” Photo by Judd Helms

Try out your own mysterious smile by posing as “Mona Lisa” between Italy Pavilion and Germany Pavilion.

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“Peter Pan Storybook”

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Profess your love for Peter Pan. Photo by Judd Helms

On the bridge to World Showcase, snap a picture of yourself among the pages of the beloved Peter Pan storybook.

“The Scream”

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Photo by Judd Helms

“The Scream” by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch depicts an agonized face that some say is meant to capture the essence of human anxiety.

Practice your scream face in a selfie with the famous work of art between Italy Pavilion and Germany Pavilion.

“Washington Crossing the Delaware”

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Photo by Judd Helms

Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze painted “Washington Crossing the Delaware” in 1851. The painting shows America’s most famous Founding Father and his crew crossing the Delaware River to attack Hessian forces during the American Revolutionary War.

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Just crossin’ the Delaware River with George. Photo by Judd Helms

You can find the photo op for this painting at the American Adventure Pavilion.

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