Published on Jan 24, 2010
Do You See What I See ? Youtube Video List ( short videos )
My Discoveries of Hidden Images in Vincent Van Gogh Paintings
Artist Dennis Pelliccia
Paul Gauguin - Man in a Red Beret
Arles 1 Dec. 1888
Corner in the Garden of Saint-Paul Hospital, A
May 1889 Saint-Remy
Vincent's Women in Black ?
Hidden image discovered by Toni Donelow Stewart
date - April 11- 2004
Vincent writes - date - August 26th, 1876
Did I ever tell you about that picture by Boughton - The Pilgrim's Progress ? It is towards evening. A sandy path leads over the hills to a mountain on which one can see the Holy City, lit by the sunsetting red behind the grey evening clouds. On the path, a pilgrim onhis way to the city. He is already tired and asks a woman in black who is standing on the path and whose name is Sorrowful yet always rejoicing.
Does the road go uphill then all the way?
Yes to the very end.
And will the journey take all day long?
From morn till night, my friend.
The landscape through which the path runs is very beautiful, brown
heathland with birches and pine trees here and there and patches of
yellow sand, and in the distance the mountains against the sun. Truly it is not a picture but an inspiration.
Vincent writes - date - October 31 - 1876
On the road walks a pilgrim, staff in hand. He has been walking for a good long while already and he is very tired. And now he meets a woman or figure in black that makes one think of St. Paul's word: As being sorrowful yet always rejoicing. That Angel of God has been placed there to encourage the pilgrims and to answer their questions.
Notice leg and boot images - two heads being stumped on in this painting as in Vincent's other painting A Corner in the Garden of Saint-Paul Hospital
Vincent van Gogh hidden imagery - Corner In The Garden Of Saint-Paul
In the right bottom corner of this painting - B&W
photo copy-color applied) - are - Symblolic Images - of a boot treading on
two bearded men which I believe to be images of Vincent and Theo, an
expression painted by Vincent to illustrate how they the towns people
were stomping on them unjustly. In letter 580
Vincent uses the word tread.
Haystacks near a Farm
Arles 12-13 June 1888
Notice leg and boot, also, the two circle figures figures - The man asking the woman in Black about the road uphill ?
This painting may be the first of hidden images, date - June 12-13 1888 Arles.
Drawing by Leonardo Da Vinci
B&W photo copy of drawing, taken from a book.
Hidden figure brought out
Colors added to bring out figure
Old Woman of Arles 1888
By Paul Gauguin
Gauguin's face in bush
Black and white photo copy, colors applied to express facial features.
My Discoveries of hidden images in Vincent van Gogh's paintings
Van Gogh Museum
Vincent Van Gogh Gallery
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
MoMa / The Museum of Modern Art
Artist Dennis Pelliccia
MoMa Starry Night
Landscape with the Temptation of Saint Anthony, Roelandt Savery
Pocket Vacations: Amsterdam - The Van Gogh Museum
Thank you Van Gogh Museum / June 14, 2012 / Facebook Post http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi...
Van Gogh's Last Supper
Do you see what I see ? # 3 Vincent Van Gogh's Journey - The Road Uphill
Michelangelo's fresco painting technique demonstration from a NOVA episode