Sunday, April 5, 2009

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TOP-GYM Decoration -Veszprém with Dorian Jates (Boris Vallejo intention)

Siófok_Rembrandt DISCO - Night Patrol

above: Decoration painting for Siófok 'Rembrandt' Disco 150 x 80 cm acryl, falap

below three detail pics: HiResBig!

Below: comparise scanned from Taschen book

above: HiRes! Original painting from Rembrandt (1606-1669) dutch world-history famous painter. Taschen kiadó 

Onze helden zijn terug!

 See what happens when the characters of Rembrandt's most famous painting "The Night Watch" suddenly come alive in a shopping mall.

"The Night Watch" by Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn is one of the most famous paintings in the world. , prominently displayed in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Also called "The Shooting Company of Frans Banning Cocq", the painting is renowned for three characteristics: its colossal size (12 ft × 14 ft), the effective use of light and shadow, and the perception of motion in what would have traditionally been a static portrait. A great promotional idea by ING Bank, who sponsored free entry to the museum on April 13. Wiki

Közzététel: 2013. ápr. 1.
13 april gaat het Rijksmuseum open en komen Het melkmeisje, Jan Steen, De Nachtwacht en alle andere helden weer terug. Dit is wat er gebeurt als ze plotseling opduiken in een nietsvermoedend winkelcentrum. En omdat we de helden zo lang hebben moeten missen maakt hoofdsponsor ING het mede mogelijk dat de toegang tot het museum die dag van 12:00 tot 00:00 gratis is. Ga naar

The slogan 'Our Heroes are Back' is used to announce that, after an absence of one decade, all major pieces in the Rijksmuseum's collection are back where they belong. This is what happens when they suddenly emerge in an unsuspecting shopping mall somewhere in The Netherlands. With the support of main sponsor ING, entrance to the museum is free on the 13th of April from 12:00 to 00:00.

"This Flashmob recreates Rembrandt's Night Watch. It's considered one of the most famous paintings in the world."
above: Rembrandt, Önarcké