Dream On- Louis XV and Pink Creature making an important looking gesture

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Dream On- Louis XV and Pink Creature making an important looking gesture

Louis XV and Pink Creature making an important looking gesture. Later on this gesture was adopted by Kim Il Sung - scientist later found out that at least Louis was just pointing out the way to the bathroom for a visitor. When painter After (yap that's his name) Hyacinthe Rigaud saw Louis gesture he misunderstood the situation and portrayed young Louis in a what he thought was a perfect posture for a Great Leader showing the way to the future.


Finally proof found was found that those jolly pink creatures existed way longer than expected. First scientists believed that Pink Elephants did not exist before the 1940’s where they showed up in various amateur photos from 1940 to around 1960. It is unclear why these photos where hidden from the public for so long. And now finally! By accident a dedicated Art Collector found proof by dropping an old Rococo painting. When a thick layer of paint was broken off revealing something pink underneath, it was immediately clear to her that she discovered something marvelous. And indeed after x-raying several of her collection’s artworks, a lot of them revealed something hidden beneath thick layers of paint. It is unclear why painters such as Degas, choose to censor their images. Where they forced to cover up the existence of these creatures? Is this a conspiracy going on for several hundred years? Who knows they might have existed much longer than from 1500. Scientists have teamed up with Art Collector Lisa Palmkern to find the out the truth. Where do they come from and why should they be kept a secret?⁠

If you want to support the Dream on - Foundation in their research you may want to contact their assistant Marlies Plank . You can also support them by acquiring prints of the new discovered artworks . >>>hej@marliesplank.com

Marlies Plank
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching