Mittwoch, 26. November 2014

Destination and Art: Arles

We are in the Netherlands and Belgium at about the second part of the 19th century (1870 - 1890). The working period of a famous post impressionist dutch painter: Vincent van Gogh.
That we can travel back in time is made virtual real in the Littlefield Grid by Mudpuddle Cleanslate.

His idea was (and still is) to transform van Gogh's paintings into a virtual scenery.

It is really amazing what Mudpuddle has brought into a virtual being.

Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries (1888)

Farmhouse in Provence, also Entrance Gate to a Farm with Haystacks (1888)

Langlois Bridge at Arles, and Woman with an Umbrella (1888)

The Old Mill, 1888

The White House at Night (1890)

The Night Café 1988

Cafe Terrace at Night 1988

Entrance Hall of Saint-Paul Hospital, 1989

These are only a few of the 17 motives Mudpuddle have staged. A real amazing work.
As always I am not going to show it all. The "Hyperzette" just want to whet your appetite. To have the meal, just jump to the place.
But before I will finish this review, there is one more to say. Just see if you find this:

and watch out not to be slayed by oilpaint.

Tipping my hat to Mudpuddle Cleanslate. A well done and great region.

Littlefield Grid, Region Arles

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