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Thursday, November 20th 2008

12:08 AM

Helpful links to a few of vanrijngo's most popular post about Rembrandt van Rijn and Vincent van Gogh.

Hello my art loving friends,
these links to these posts below are from past posts of vanrijngo's that ones can go to which I believe were more popular amongst my readers.  Enjoy reading them again and if this is your first time,.... welcome aboard.
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/28127  A true turn of the 20th century oil painting of this artist Paul Gauguin, after ten years to forget about this piece of shit artist Vincent, that got under his skin, who he believed attempted to kill him, and believing Vincent not knowing the first damn thing about painting a masterpiece,.... and in the last couple of years of his own life,.... he paints this painting of "The Escape From Egypt".
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/14908   Vincent's last work of art.
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/17625  share with you my discoveries

http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/19192  A short story using pictures and a few words

 http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/20610  Portrait painting of Margot Begemann

http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/9565 The potato eaters and their pregnant daughter
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/20832  Gauguin's signed and dated 1900 painting of Vincent van Gogh as the supposed father of Christ. Pretty funny for a dying artist to do.  He probably came close to laughing himself to death . LOL
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/21526  Adeline Ravoux, daughter of the inn-keeper Arthur-Gustave Ravoux who gave Van Gogh lodgings in Auvers-sur-Oise, was 12 years old when Vincent arrived in 1890. One of his last paintings that he just gave her for her sittings.
http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/21422  A Tribute to John Lennon,.... A page of John Lennon's enigmatic lyrics for "I Am [the] Walrus,"

http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/22328  A story in pictures and words that only Vincent would be able to show & tell you,.... if it happened to be true.

http://vanrijngo.bravejournal.com/entry/22780   A 16th-century sea captain Grace O'Malley while everybody loves the idea of women pirates.  But I also felt that Grace O'Malley was a wonderful role model for any woman who's ever dreamed of running away to sea.

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