Published on Jun 10, 2011
Do You See What I See ? Youtube Video List ( short videos )
My Discoveries of Hidden Images in Vincent Van Gogh Paintings
For further evidence that Vincent Van Gogh's image is in Starry Night. View my other, Do you see what I see ? Videos. Click link -
List and information of Van Gogh paintings in Slideshow Video
Vincent's Journey - The Road Uphill
Artist Dennis Pelliccia
A Corner in the Garden of Saint-Paul Hospital
May 1889 Saint-Remy
Vincent's Women in Black ?
Hidden image, discovered by Toni Donelow Stewart April 11, 2004.
Vincent writes - 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 sun setting red behind the grey evening clouds. On the path, a pilgrim on his 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."
Is Vincent Van Gogh's image in Starry Night ?
On the Crest of the Hill... beneath the Stars
Landscape with the Temptation of Saint Anthony, Roelandt Savery
Gerard Cox 1948 Toen was geluk heel gewoon.
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
Uphill written by Christina Rossetti
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