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This website was created for a dual purpose. First to present to the Art Community 2 new
undiscovered original paintings by the renowned Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. Secondly, to introduce the viewer to the “Hidden Religious Images” Vincent placed in the paintings below and in other well-known works constructed by him reflecting his mission as a previous Bible Minister.

Even Vincent’s famous “Sunflower” paintings depict a continuous biblical “Hidden Image Story Line”

NEW UPDATE: September 2013-New Van Gogh found.

NEW UPDATE:  November 2012 – SISTINE CHAPEL click to see the new UPDATES page

UPDATE: JUNE 2011

SELF-PORTRAIT WITH STRAW HAT / MARCH-April 1887

On June 21, 2011 it was posted in a world-wide briefing that Van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait” is actually depicting his brother Theo.
The painting in question is an oil on cardboard painted March-April 1887 entitled “Self-Portrait with Straw Hat”. This is the determination of Art Researchers led by senior researcher Louis van Tilborgh at Amsterdam ’s Van Gogh Museum .

This assumption is without merit. – Vincent’s brother Theo was a sophisticated bourgeois business man who would not have chosen a straw hat as his attire in conjunction with a suit jacket and tie.

In a fashion conscious city like Paris it would have been a faux pas and Theo as an Art Dealer had to preserve a dignified image. Had Theo been seen with such an attire he would have been ridiculed, hence had been the laughingstock in the conservative Art Business.

The mismatch of clothing was not Theo’s style but fit Vincent’s choice perfectly.

All of Van Gogh’s Self Portraits have a “Hidden Image of a Lamb” artfully designed into Vincent’s face. The reason: Vincent considered himself as the suffering “Lamb of God” and expressed his view in all of his self-portraits by adding a “Hidden Lamb”.

The “Self-Portrait with Straw Hat” has the “Hidden Lamb” as well; therefore the painting is a depiction of Vincent Van Gogh. Had it been a depiction of his brother Theo the image of the “Hidden Lamb’ would have been omitted.

The Experts mention that the ear in the portrait was too round to be Vincent’s ear. If there is anything constructed in Vincent’s paintings which appears to be odd or unusual it is purposefully done by the painter to accommodate the outline of a “Hidden Image”.

 

UPDATE: JUNE 2, 2009 –
REFUSAL TO AUTHENTICATE THE PAINTING “Shepherd Entering Nuenen”

The Van Gogh Museum routinely denies authentication of paintings submitted by private parties. I am not their only victim as there are other individuals world wide affected by their apparent neglect or utter incompetence.

The VGM refusal to authenticate was accompanied by a disclaimer, which has the intent to circumvent any future legal action against them.---It reads as follows: “The Van Gogh Museum does not guarantee the correctness of its opinion” – “Dutch law is applicable”

The first Painting on my website is entitled: “Shepherd Entering Nuenen” Size: 20 by 16 inches or 51 by 40 ½ cm --- It is painted on wooden board.


click for full size 2200x 1700 view

SIGNATURE: Vincent signed his paintings applying various forms and methods as well as using abbreviations such as a single “V” or “V.G.” – The Van Gogh Museum only publishes Vincent’s “Standard Signature” consequently concealing the variations from the public.

 

The town of Nuenen “Church” in this painting is identical to the one depicted in Vincent’s work entitled “Landscape with Church and Farms” which is part of the collection on this website. You will be able to compare!


The disciples of Christ are returning from a fishing expedition. They are
lowering the "Anchor" ashore.

The "Fishnet Holder" is filled to its capacity and ready to burst. The "Net"
is tearing and "Fish" are falling out. (Luke 5:6)

This is Vincent's 19th Century depiction of a 1st Century fishing boat. At
the time of Christ "Fishnet Holders" as well as "Anchor Drums" did not
exist.


 

The second painting does not look like a typical Van Gogh as it is lacking heavy paint application.
It has been constructed in “Solide Pate”, French for solid mass.
In 1884-85 Vincent substantially
diluted oil paints due to lack of funds. Oil paints were expensive. Several of his Nuenen/Holland paintings were done in “Solide Pate”. This same technique was applied to “ Country Lane with two Figures”. Nuenen, October 1885

 

 

Japanese Cherry Tree....................................Tree Study
 

The image on the left is the front of the painting, On the right is the back
of the canvas. During the time frame this painting was made, around
1884-85, it was not unusual for painters to do this as canvas and painting
supplies were expensive.

Click here to see the hidden images.

 

 

In the pages to follow we will demonstrate the compelling evidence that we
believe can help prove that this IS an original Van Gogh, and hopefully convince
the Van Gogh Museum to reconsider their position. In 1994 the Museum denied an
authentication. This transpired before the extensive research depicted on this website
was done.


 

January 2008 update:

The following is a letter received by the owner of the painting from the
Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam. The owner's identification has
been removed for privacy purposes, and a section highlighted to
draw your attention to it.

For a large size version , please click on the image below.

Museum Letter

Note from the owner:
Hans van der Ven is a Member of the Board who elected the present
Director of the Van Gogh Museum, Axel Rueger. --- I approached Mr. Van der V
en
requesting his assistance due to the fact that the Van Gogh Museum Research Staff
over the last 14 years has treated me with utmost contempt. The letter
above indicates they have not altered their tactics.


Mr. Stolwijk, the Head of the Van Gogh Research Department, is very subtly threatening
me not to contact individuals who would be influential enough to pursue my cause for
authentication.

 Is the V.G. Museum Staff concerned that my findings could jeopardize their holdings and
expose a multitude of fakes in their collection involving Millions of Dollars? Hidden Images
make a painting copy-proof. The Staff is trying to entirely suppress what could be a useful
tool to distinguish between the genuine or fake.

 A copy of Van Gogh’s ”Sunflowers” was purchased by the Yasuda Corporation of Japan .
The paintings origin subsequently became questionable. After the Yasuda Corp. contributed
20 Million dollars for the construction of a new wing to the Van Gogh Museum , the painting
was miraculously declared to be “Genuine”.

All this appears to be fraud on a global scale.

 

 

 

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