Friday, November 17, 2017

Reflecting on Vincent van Gogh (Weekend Reflections # 425)

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

While walking past a movie theater, I noticed an interesting poster in the window. As you can see, the buildings across the street were reflected on Vincent's head. The poster is for the movie, Loving Vincent. I haven't seen it, have you?

Have a great weekend!

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This is the place to see and share reflections. Click the rules tab above for more information.  A Reflection =  An image given back by a reflecting surface.  A PHOTOGRAPH of a REFLECTION or REFLECTIONS.

26 comments:

namaki said...

That's really a nice capture !

Thérèse said...

Nope, not yet...
Superb!

marshaleith said...

Cool reflection...I have seen a short clip from the movie. It looked interesting but reviews have been mixed...but I want to see it anyways!

Christine said...

An appropriately artistic reflection!

monbeaumanoir.com said...

Elle doit valoir cher cette réflecton, comme le tableau de Léonard de Vinci qui vient d'être vendu.
Non, je n'ai pas vu le film, mais il m'intéresserait.
Have a nice weekend,

Ava

Melissa said...

Wow, that's a pretty cool combo! I hadn't even heard of this movie.

Fun60 said...

Haven't seen it but would like to if it came on at the local cinema.

verfuchstundzugenäht said...

Oh my god! Ich love it!

jeannettestgermain said...

Didn't know about this movie. Have the translated book of some of Vincent's etters. Since I can read excerpts of his dutch letters, the translation is at times poor, and he is much more sane and thoughtful (aka not impulsive) than the English leads to believe.

Lydia C. Lee said...

It's like he's thinking about the house and his thoughts are engulfing him...

Klara S said...

Good shot. I haven't seen that movie yet...
Thanks for hosting.

Valerie said...

Yes, I'd heard of this movie, meant to see it then got busy. That's life isn't it? But I love this reflection, it's beautiful.

Klara said...

I really like the shot. a flower on his forehead is nice touch :-).

jeannettestgermain said...

Forgot to tell you - a great reflection!

mvmaithai said...

Nice. Love Van Gogh! Can't wait to see the movie.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Haven't seen it but the trailer looks really interesting.

Margaret Adamson said...

This is a brilliant reflection. Van gogh is looking straight into the camera. Thaks fr hosting. Have a wonderful weekend.

Linda said...

Wonderful image! Well seen.

jahreszeitenbriefe said...

No, haven't seen yet the movie about Vincent. But what a great background for a reflection this painting made... Wunderful... Ghislana

s.c said...

Great reflection of a well known person in the Netherlands. I saw part of the movie and am not convinced that this is the way you have to bring a famous artists life for the footlight.

Brian King said...

Beautiful! It looks like part of the painting!

A Quiet Corner said...

Oh James, this is absolutely THE BEST!....:)JP

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I agree with A Quiet Corner above.. c'est brilliant!

monique carnat said...

Vincent van Gogh illustre personnage, à Arles j'ai retrouvé des traces de son histoire et vu ailleurs dans certains musées quelques toiles poignantes.
beau reflet !

Kirsi Gembus said...

A great photo from a great van Gogh!
Greetings from grey and rainy Germany
Kirsi

stenote said...

Interseting article. Sharing with you A Haiku for Vincent van Gogh at Youtube : https://youtu.be/ZmHLNeBOT_g
Find the answer in an interview with Vincent (imaginary) in in http://stenote.blogspot.hk/2016/