Friday, 10 February 2012

Little Girl in Red Coat
Sometimes I dream in Italian


Girl in Red Coat
on a bridge in Venice
February 2009

© by Merisi
Link:
Vermeer's "Girl with the Red Hat"
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC

28 comments:

  1. mais non!
    it's that FAB movie "DON'T LOOK NOW" with Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland!
    The little kiddie they keep seeing on various bridges...
    Your is a darling pic though..

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  2. At the beginning of this year I dreamt I had a Granddaughter in a red coat and hat. There were no plans for a Granddaughter, but about a week later I found out I would be a Grandmother. Now I am waiting to hear if it will be a girl with a red coat. This little girl is precious.

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  3. She is so cute. How wonderful to dream in Italian. :)

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  4. Red coat and red cap, and where is the red boots? :)
    Nice photo!

    You are right, hungarian is not an easy language. I used to write the text in english too, but not always. Please use the Google or Bing translator.

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  5. Paris Breakfast,
    I have not seen the movie, thank you for the tip. I love the actors, but due to the terrible events in the story, I never dared watch it (I had it on my wish list, strangely, filed under "Movies and Venice" with the German title, "Wenn die Gondeln Trauer tragen" - "When the Gondolas Wear Mourning").

    The image this picture evokes in my mind is Vermeers "Girl with a Hat" - not the girl per se, but the colors (it hangs in Washington DC, btw).

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  6. Marilyn,
    what a lovely dream and good luck, may your wish come true! :-)

    Marcheline,
    si, davvero! :-)

    What was it that you wanted me to photograph in Italy:
    Absinthe?

    Paz,
    I still do, dream in Italian that is - in English too.

    Mr. Paparazzo,
    one of my little girls had a pair of Doc Marten's in shiny red patent leather. ;-)

    It's wonderful that you have the translation app, I use it all the time!

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  7. P.S.:
    It's best to open the Vermeer link "in a new window" -
    the image itself can be enlarged considerably by simply clicking on it. Enjoy! :-)

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  8. It reminded me of Don't Look Now as well. Strange film.

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  9. Lorenzothellama:
    I have not seen it.
    i think I never will.

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  10. I love the way the colors and shapes work in this picture.

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  11. Fab photo on a whole lot of levels - I love this!
    Thanks for the link - I hadn't thought of the connection myself until you drew my attention to it. The little red shoes in my pic were worn by my Bella when she was three!

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  12. What a wonderful posts. Only red boots could have improved the capture. I really love this. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  13. Vicki Lane,
    some days pictures present themselves front of one's eyes, isn't it?

    Karen,
    I must admit that the more I look at it, the more it grows on me. I feel very lucky that I caught her eyes, they talk, don't they? My girls wore similar shoes! :-)

    Mary,
    thank you! xxx

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  14. So trendy and so sweet. It's a great capture.

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  15. Oh My, that little girl in red is so precious Merisi. My youngest daughter had a red winter coat and some of my favorite images of her was in wearing it~ Happy weekend!

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  16. Merisi, this little girl is so cutely dressed!
    I saw you linked to a painting of Vermeer. Do you know the book "I WAS Vermeer," authored by Frank Wynne? Absolutely riveting true story about a Dutch forger of the Vermeer paintings.

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  17. Loree,
    thank you! :-)

    Mary,
    precious memories! :-)


    Jeanette,
    in knew about Han van Meegeren, but have not read the book. Thank you for the tip! :-)

    A wonderful weekend to all,
    Merisi

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  18. Little coats are red
    Iron work is blue
    Viennese cakes are sweet
    And so are you :-)

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  19. One of your best! (so that means it's the best of the best!)

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