Powered by Bravenet Bravenet Blog

Phonecam

journal photo

Tuesday, March 17th 2020

1:09 PM

Link to another Website of Mine

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Friday, December 28th 2018

3:38 AM

Gordina de Groot, the unmarried daughter of the family who inspired "The Potato-eaters", done in 1885 by Vincent van Gogh.

 

 

 

Vincent's supposed "Dulcinea" Gordina de Groot, the unmarried daughter of the family who inspired "The Potato-eaters", done in 1885.

Painting Size:  20" x 23 3/4"

 

 

You can almost read the thoughts of the father & mother on the right,.. The mother; "Oh, wont it be nice to hold our new grand child",.. while the father is thinking about the shame and another mouth to feed. You can see the compassion in the mother's eyes while the ant & uncle I presume, is trying to remain neutral.

 

Is there a black-sheep in this family?   No, ...only a new coming member of the priest's congregation, of one who used his powers and influence on this young girl, took advantage of her, and denied his own responsibilities.    I do believe though that Vincent had found him and confronted him, which was the main reason for him losing his studio, other than the rumors started by the culprit from their congregation about Vincent being the baby's father.  Kerssemakers maintained that it was the priest's influence that eventually force Schafrath to make Vincent leave his studio.

Hey!... You Son of a Bitch,... before I knock your teeth right down your throat,... how about confessing up to your own flesh and blood?   Needless to say this church going bastard did not confess up and pay a private settlement like Bill O'Reilly did to keep it quite. Second litho; Are you sure you won't reconsider Mr. Schafrath,... for I just happen to have all my eggs in one basket.  In Antwerp when Vincent left Nuenen he had a lot of new ideas on ways to make money on his own.  Who knows for sure, maybe Vincent might have been the one who started that old saying, "Tom Browne,... I'll Knock Ya Down,... Not Up" or something like that.

 Description :


 

I assure you, a painting of Anna, with one of his drawings on the back side, dated Sept. 62,...  by you know who.  Isn't that paint we see on this horses head?  Don't they say Vincent never lifted a paint brush until late in his life, 27 to be exact or should I say 29 now to coincide with what is now being said and the paintings they have excepted.  Well, as far as I am concerned, what I say is not going to change their minds.  It would be like asking Einstein, "are you sure that equation is correct?"  If you notice in my Archived Posts, I have a lot to say, and after that, just look at what they have commented back.  Absolutely "O".


 

Just a couple of art works,  from my collection.

 

 

Vincent's father studying one of his sermons in his chair, painted around the same time period, 1884-5, before Vincent.lightening his pallet. Now how would you as a church Gomer, the likes of Bill O'Reilly, like to have sit in this mans presbytery?  When Vincent's own pastoral father said;  You're murdering me", or "You're poisoning my life", when Vincent put forth painful questions and answers to his father which he could not comprehend, or would not listen to, having his own convictions of what was handed down to him by church doctrines.   They say that Vincent did not take his fathers remarks seriously and wanted only to be able to treat his father as a friend.

 

 

               You take this drawing of mine, you just might as well say it was just like Rembrandt's drawing of satire against art expertise.

  You say it's my imagination?  Well,... if you can imagine yourself,... guess what Einstein had to say about imagination.

It does not take a genious to understand after reading most of the lies in the Vincent van Gogh books about when Vincent started his career in art.  In the same books you are able to read what others had to say about Vincent van Gogh,.. the ones who knew him.  Not the ones that claim to know him and his works of art, and who are the exact ones who are making outrageous claims, supposedly   MFA experts and art historians.  I guess they must believe the majority will believe what they themselves have to say because of their supposed higher education, instead of what others had to say, or what most should be able to see with their own eyes.   In some of the earlier books you can still view some of his childhood drawings, the few which happened to escape from being destroyed or not being excepted as being his because of the possession they happen to be in.  By now, what most who knew him had to say is disappearing fast, being left out of new book editions having already been disputed so new readers are un-able to read, unless they find an older book, which most are concidered fiction by MFA experts.

 

A statement by Rembrandt the MFA experts would rather not acknowledge! In other words...

 

I do believe Vincent said in a letter to Theo that he would probably be better off joining "The French Foreign Legion", if... they would take him. I do hope that you now have a little bit better perspective of Vincent's "The Potato Eaters", and they are not from eye-d-ho.

vanrijngo

 

 

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Wednesday, December 19th 2018

2:36 PM

Robert James Miller of Facebook created the group Only for the believers of vanrijngo

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Friday, December 14th 2018

10:01 AM

Rembrandt's "Three Trees", & the first "Nude Portrait of Saskia"

A very important painting by Rembrandt.
"Saskia nude under the three trees"




This I believe was Saskia's very first encounter she had with the artist who is responsible for this masterful work of art. It was Rembrandt himself who said you did not have to go to Italy to paint an Italian sunset or landscape. Now in comparing this nude portrait of this lovely young maiden to others of his works of art we'll see the exact same thing. Whether or not it was the same model or not. In these cut-out of the woman below of known and others not known to Rembrandt's work we can visualize his own way of painting in these masterpieces.


 
As you should see by comparing these nude cut-outs you can see the similarities is style and techniques being used. He was a master of deception while using his lights and shadows called chiaroscuro.

 


Two portraits above of Saskia van Uylenburgh




I hate to haft to tell ones hard of seeing to look for Rembrandt's self-portrait in the middle of the green of all three tree and then to look at the nude bodies in the trunks of the trees.



I would venture to say that this above her head that she is looking at is only one of the reasons she is shown slapping with that twig in her hand the back-side of the artist and saying at the same time,... "You nasty nasty man you!"


 

Enhanced Saskia's nude portrait

A computer would read in the feet area Rhl Rembrandt van Rijn Saskia Von Ulenbourch. This painting although is signed as about as ugly as it can get,... Rolland. Please don't hit me so easy with that twig Gal,... wake me up I'm coming back to life.
- See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/nuda2.jpg.html?sort=6&o=20#sthash.bcGA4132.dpuf
This painting signatures looks to have been played with as far as signatures goes, but the style and techniques does lead me to believe possibly who the actual artist happens to be.
A computer would read in the feet area Rhl Rembrandt van Rijn Saskia Von Ulenbourch. This painting although is signed as about as ugly as it can get,... Rolland. Please don't hit me so easy with that twig Gal,... wake me up I'm coming back to life - See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/nuda2.jpg.html?sort=6&o=20#sthash.bcGA4132.dpuf

Enhanced Saskia's nude portrait

A computer would read in the feet area Rhl Rembrandt van Rijn Saskia Von Ulenbourch. This painting although is signed as about as ugly as it can get,... Rolland. Please don't hit me so easy with that twig Gal,... wake me up I'm coming back to life.
- See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/nuda2.jpg.html?sort=6&o=20#sthash.bcGA4132.dpuf



What a hell of a signature done here in red.  I don't really believe it representing the rightful artist such as the artist Rembrandt, the artist who I believed painted this painting of his wife Saskia before they were married.


 
Painting had been relined some time back. It also came out of an important estate from California and it was said as they were selling it on eBay that they thought it was a very important painting in our history. - See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/MVC-008F.jpg.html?sort=6&o=23#sthash.bcGA4132.dpuf
Back of the oil painting of "Saskia Nude" under the three trees.

The painting has been relined some time back and had came from an important estate from California that was sold on eBay while saying it was thought to be a very important history painting.



































 
vanrijngo

Back of Saskia Nude

Painting had been relined some time back. It also came out of an important estate from California and it was said as they were selling it on eBay that they thought it was a very important painting in our history.
- See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/MVC-008F.jpg.html?sort=6&o=23#sthash.AJMEc8mM.dpuf
 

Back of Saskia Nude

Painting had been relined some time back. It also came out of an important estate from California and it was said as they were selling it on eBay that they thought it was a very important painting in our history.
- See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/MVC-008F.jpg.html?sort=6&o=23#sthash.AJMEc8mM.dpuf
A computer would read in the feet area Rhl Rembrandt van Rijn Saskia Von Ulenbourch. This painting although is signed as about as ugly as it can get,... Rolland. Please don't hit me so easy with that twig Gal,... wake me up I'm coming back to life - See more at: http://s95.photobucket.com/user/vanrijngo/media/1Dreammypaintingthenpaintthem/Saskia%20under%20RHLs%20Three%20Trees/nuda2.jpg.html?sort=6&o=20#sthash.bcGA4132.dpuf
17 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Saturday, November 18th 2017

10:55 AM

Not a Leonardo Da Vinci Christ

1 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Friday, September 8th 2017

1:37 AM

Portrait painting of Margot Begemann,... the only woman that loved Vincent van Gogh?

Portrait painting of Margot Begemann,... Supposedly one of the only woman who loved Vincent van Gogh.  Moved this post forwards from November 24 2006.
 
56cm x 46cm or 22" x 18"  Frame 28 3/4" x 24 3/4"
 
 
Don't the most of you who read my writing's in my blogs find it amazing that this camera flash highlighted and enhanced areas of this portrait and highlighting areas of  Vincent's own brush strokes in his sunflower painting shown below shows us the exact same things that is also in his brush strokes of this portrait of Margot Begemann?  Do you supposed that these artist's techniques of Vincent's are the things that a computer would single out of Vincent's entire oeuvre, of all his artistic lines and characteristics of the known works of his to make its computer comparisons of for rightful authentication conclusions?  I'd say just as the computer more than likely was used in creating the 150 year commemorative coins of his 1853, 150th birthday in the Netherlands, and come up with the correct analysis how to make his face using only the discombobulation of the letters making up his full name.  I believe this technology alone with many more new technologies in this computer age will in the future be the main ways for making true determinations and authentications of Vincent's works, along with who exactly other artists may have been, and also works of many other masters from the past.  These techniques may also include the finding of the fraudulent  copyists now making astounding livings from their trade.  Copyist should really consider a new profession,.... maybe a distiller or a brewer, or something like that. 
 
 
 
 Well,... believe me,... this I'm showing you isn't the half of it,... there is so much more of his own techniques he used in creating his own works of art,... that it would be impossible to fool a computer,... say as it has been in the past of fooling the MFA experts.  I would venture to say myself that some were not really fooled at all,... just falling in line with the rich and powerful ones who are in control and just happen to be the ones making most all of the decisions in this MFA world of ours.  Simple as that!  I'm talking about the ones running all these family ran artist foundations by family descendents who thought that these works of art were not worth a shit.
 
All this that I've been showing and telling you is just a sliver of the pie my friends. I'm just showing you what possibly some will be able to see with their own eyes if they try real hard.  The majority of a computers work will be to reach a final conclusion, and more than likely would actually stupefy the audience.  The mathematical equation of what it see and compare would be magnified to a 400% to an impossible higher precentage that any human eye could even begin to compare and know what they were even looking at.  Simple as that my art loving friends, ones who care to bring back truths to this world of fine art of ours.
 
 
As you can possibly see yourselves the age difference, of the picture and the portrait painting,... one being of the younger gal, while the other being the full adult portrait of a woman in her mid thirties, the same age she would have been at the time of its creation.  For the ones of you who have seen knitted sweaters like this in the thirties and forties, I'm almost sure there are a few more just like them being worn today,... as well as back then.  More than likely it was knitted by her mother,.. maybe by her sister which was living at home with her parents along with her, or just maybe she knew how to knit herself.
 
 
If someone anywhere else in this world who are familiar with genealogy, family trees, who would care to research Margot's married name after Vincent had died,... I'm positive they would find it to have been Zwiebel.  I'm also positive there are many who would believe it wouldn't make a damn bit of difference, for the experts of today would find a way to discredit it.  Let's say such as possibly saying after researching and finding this out for myself, I wrote these names there.  All of these MFA experts knows who they are and presumably know my true feelings toward them,... that I could give a shit less what they come up with.  I have read most all their own bullshit lies before.  Now in looking at the First written on name of M. Zwiebel, why would someone have to go on to make people think it was a portrait of the daughter of Margot by writing the name out wrong with an ink pen and her married name and guess about the year it was painted?
 
 
 Are you people out there reading this starting to get the full picture?
 
 
vanrijngo
30 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Wednesday, September 6th 2017

9:46 AM

Catholic Church grounds where Vincent van Gogh rented his art gallery.

Catholic Church where the potato eaters family went to church.

 

 

These would be the buildings behind the church that you can see in the top picture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Saturday, May 27th 2017

11:18 AM

"The Rembrandt Night Watch"

Night Watching by vanrijngo

Nope,... I just can't get that painting out of my mind sometimes! Every time I look at that painting I just want to go to some night club and have dinner with a beautiful young lady. We'd just sit & eat while watching the people having a great time out there on the dance floor. What is that guy up their on the upper platform singing with those other couples dancing around him,.... is that song in Dutch? Hell,... I even forgot what that base player's name was,... or those other band members over there on the right. I know I should remember that drummers name, we used to get tipsy at the bar together. Wow! Where did that little witch come from? Oh! I see,.. I'm getting a little pie eyed with that last drink of wine I drank,.... that's the shoulder of that tall brunette getting ready to twirl around the captain in black,.. that is if that couple in red don't run her over first. If that lieutenant in yellow doesn't stop playing with that gals backside who has her head laying on his shoulder, I'm going to haft to get up there with my little honey and try that myself. I guess I better slow down on my drinks,.... I'm starting to see things that aren't there!

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment

Thursday, February 2nd 2017

5:47 PM

OIL ON CANVAS I believe to have been painted by PAUL KLEE

OIL ON CANVAS

BY PAUL KLEE?

 

0 Comment(s) / Leave a Comment