I have to make an Intermission for this section to move up from the footer for a bit now. [I’m having these mixed now, both the widgets and new inserts.]
I think that’s insane “Jupiter,” off of the boat with the other invaders of the normal people south of Rome.
Typical tourist posing with sculpture of King Casimir the Great III that I have to find out the sculptor’s name. Click-on
This is the “God” character from the inner center top of the “Ghent Altarpiece,” 1432.
Vlad Dracula Tepes, 1431-1476, Romania. His parent, Dracula I, is in the bottom center front of the main piece of the Ghent Altarpiece, “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb.”
Juan Ponce de Leon, 1460 Santervas de Campo, Spain -1521, Havana, Cuba
King James I of England and VI of Scotland circa 1621 by Daniel Mytens, from Wikimedia Commons, in the public domain because of its age.
Cover of John Steinbeck’s “Cup of Gold” novella, about Harry Morgan, 1635 Llanrumney, Wales, -1688, (Lawrencefield) Jamaica.
Man In Oriental Costume, NGA, WDC
Vulcan of the Apotheosis of Washington
Louis Napoleon, 1808-1873 — Add link
Raymond Loewy; PD courtesy NARA.
the Dr. Ralph Carfagni
Heinrich Schule younger.
Heinrich Schule (1840-1916) older. He looks like Melville Bell, Alexander Graham Bell’s parent, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Tsiolkovsky, rocket science prime-mover
Allen Ginsberg, 1925-1997; (click-on straightened out soon.) Also, Chaim Potok 1929-2002, Ira Levin 1929-2007, E.L. Doctorow 1931-2017…)
Raphael and his fencing partner, c. 1520. As far as I can tell they’re both from the type I’m calling from the “Jomon” and then all the “pointy cheeks” hybrids they’ve made.
Salvator Mundi, circa 1500
Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564 Rome (“him-kill-angelo” nickname now.)
(Alexander) Graham Bell (1847 Edinburgh – 1922 Nova Scotia,) circa 1879, 29 years old.
Detail, Judgment of Emperor Otto (click-on to be added yet.)
Cardinal (Giuliano) della Rover, later Pope Julius II, d. 1513.
Bartolomeo Platina, Vatican Librarian; I’ll crop and link this.
Charles L. Stewart; click-on.
Robert Goulet, 1933-2007
— I’m having difficulty with the click-on for the copyright-status on the Sophia Loren and have to forget it for right now but it is real important.
John Davidson, 1941, Pittsburgh
I’m hoping I’ll get a permission on the photo from the 2009 “Breakshot” book by Kenji Gallo for this spot here I think it would go.
Ingres is so far the bad guy that I’m going to try to get researched for more background to here but in the tortures to me his type seems to be in the background, behind the scenes of my life for a long time, both male and female versions. I’d read that he’d had “cousins” that worked for him in his painting business, maybe like that they lived in his dungeon, and they’re more the Wilhelm Wundt or even Raphael -type of this same “Jomon” type of people, with Ingres then some further hybrid line.
Ingres’ self-portrait on left center.
This is Ingres’ painting of Joan of Arc and she represents more or less my type of a victim-idiot for themselves and their quest to do this world-takeover, the “Infinite Jest” dupe-type.
“The Driller,” statue at Edwin Drake’s grave memorial, by Charles Niehaus I think; have to find the attribution.
Recent Edwin Drake book; I’ll find the attributions. Oil City books, PA.
The “Driller” and Drake seem like Ingres and his cousins, like as though Edwin Drake was forced to find oil by his Driller-kin:
Detail, Pilgrims panel, Ghent Altarpiece — This St. Christopher and the Pilgrim-boy duo has become virtually the devil and the 666, funding their world-takeover off of their petroleum system and brain serum and people-manufacturing and toilet-system industries.
C. 1940, Erich Mendelsohn, Walter Peterhans, Ludwig Hilberseimer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in Chicago. Photo courtesy the Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer Archive, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. I’ll make a better copy soon.
Ghent Altarpiece’s “Pill-grim” boy
Patinir’s St. Christopher, Landscape with St. Christopher, c. 1522, in the Escorial, PD.
Patinir, another of his St. Christopher paintings.
I’ll try to get a better copy of this St. Christopher and child, by Jan van Scorel.
Surprise, surprise, surprise. (This Rivera self-portrait is “flipped,” is how I noticed this resemblance between Diego Rivera and the Ghent Altarpiece’s “Pill-grim boy” character.)
Pope Alexander VI, Rodrigo Cardinal Borgia, 1431 Xativa, Spain – 1503, Rome
Samuel Wesley 1662-1735
Marquis de Lafayette, 1757-1834
Bishop Thomas J. Shahan, 1857-1932
Frank Hamer, 1884-1955, Texas Ranger; clic…..
Mssr. Francois Scaglia in the line-up photo from “The French Connection,” by Robin Moore, 1969. He got sent to a new jail/courthouse just a block or so from where Kitty Genovese moved to at about that same time, 1962-63, and then she (or someone) was killed there just before the 1964 NY World’s Fair opened. I suspect the scam had more security means for the Fair as the main ulterior motive.
Robertito on the cover of the “A Miracle to Believe In” book by Barry Neil Kaufman.
I use this cartoon sometimes to try to express that there’s a difficulty with me using computers, that it’s irresponsible for me to be all alone like this, the system-people despise anything about me, like he’s expressing anger there at what he’s seeing, me saying that that’s like a reaction to anything I do. I’d been used as an excuse for forcing everyone onto this internet instead of materials we could exchange like books or records amongst ourselves. I was set up and used as an example of a virus-spreader and the disks were replaced with this system.
Priam, detail from the “Ransom of Hector” Red-figure skyphos by the Brygos Painter circa 490 B.C., Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna, Austria.
Statue of da Vinci, 1452-1519, click.– (see below;) plus there’s a photo of a girl standing on it to show that she and the head are about the same size, a photo like that would be a good illustration, size-comparison.
da Vinci’s (lost) Battle of “Anghiari”
Thomas Augustus Watson, 1854, Salem, Mass. – 1934, west Fla. Thomas A. Watson, 1854, Salem -1934, Passe-a-Grille, Fla. and — — Thomas “Braintree Electric” Augustus Watson, (1854-1934,) AG Bell’s partner, et al. —
Sidney Gottlieb, 1918 Bronx b. Joseph Scheider, check spelling, – March 7, 1999 Washington, DC (home in Washington, VA.) — I’d found this somewhere: https://io9.gizmodo.com/every-crazy-cia-plot-youve-heard-of-originated-with-one-5838255?utm_medium=sharefromsite&utm_source=gizmodo_copy&utm_campaign=bottom
Stan Lee (Stanley Martin Lieber 1922-2018.) I think both he and Sidney Gottlieb were from the Bronx. — Wham! Bam! He wasn’t from the Bronx but Manhattan, probably. This Pow! Smash! went on alot during these Armageddon years with the libraries (in DC) doing an “Every Hero has a Story” theme for awhile there. My business is that “heroin” and “hero-in” to the death-trap areas of this planet are system-mixed up together, and the “super-heroes” are more like the super-Autists that the super-Jomon had rigged the planet to pleasure.
Gepetto, circa 1902; click-on. 3/21/19 = I’ll have to check this link, it’s supposed to be Repetto, Thomas, but I didn’t want to make a privacy invasion with this controversial the subjects.
Bicci de Medici, 1360 Florence, Italy – 1429, Florence. Ck M. Piccardi Bueri (1386 Verona -1429 Florence.)
Detail from Mantegna’s “Triumphs of Caesar,” the Caesar character of the last, the 9th, panel.
Oswald Avery, 1877 Halifax, Canada – 1955, Nashville, TN. (Medical-research scientist; click-on/s to be installed.)
Simon Flexner, 1863, Louisville, KY – 1946, NYC
Detail from Jan Matejko’s “Jadwiga”
William Matthews, 1770-1854, priest, St. Patrick’s Church, Wash., DC. I just read that he was some cousin of Charles Carroll of Carrollton that I’m still trying to do a file on.
I’m putting him here to try to test out why the Mickey Cohen Wiki-link isn’t working: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mickey_Cohen = Click-on for the Mickey Cohen link is all I can get through so far.
= Prince Napoleon-Jerome Bonaparte, 1822 Trieste, Austria – 1891 Rome. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Napol%C3%A9on_Bonaparte
Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825-1893, Paris; click-on for citations. Charcot
Pope Saint John XXIII, 1958-1963m (Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli,1881-1963,) in 1959 with the Lebanese Prime Minister Sami as-Solh, 1887-1968..popes= I’m not sure if this is his link or what happened to it, can’t check right now.
Fiorello H. LaGuardia, 1852 NYC – Sept. 20, 1947, Bronx, NY — his link might take awhile to re-find also.
Pancho Barnes, 1901 Pasadena – 1975 Boron, CA; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pancho_Barnes
White and pink-colored car later changed to white and blue. A guy of the above “staircase-being #1” type had tried to kidnap me in early 1965. A schoolmate-neighbor told her teacher and police came to the apartment that evening and asked me to draw a picture of the car and I couldn’t, I can’t draw (thank goodness, because that’s a big code-slang LURE-theme, to “draw” people toward your trap,) and the fraud-parent told the police that I make things up. That incident makes me figure that the 2 stereotypes are closely-connected partners.
Witness Protection Program subject
p.292, Witness Protection
From Pete Earley’s 2002 “WITSEC” on the Federal Witness Security/Protection program, this photo looks like my fraud-parent ….
I couldn’t find this or any of the Jadwiga copies in the media file back here and just copied this from the widget-copy. Here’s the text to that one also: The fraud-parent type is right at the top of the staircase, drinking from a stein, they’re like a cousin to the #1 type on the bottom left with his hands together.
2nd photo of Mr. Shur in the WITSEC account.
This is Woodrow Wilson, I hadn’t realized the link iisn’t on so he’s doubly just been sitting there without his name. 1856 Staunton, VA – 1924 WDC. Without the link yet I’m not positive what I’d meant with this caption: This work is from the Harris & Ewing collection at the Library of Congress. According to the library, there are no known copyright restrictions on the use of this work. This work is from the Harris & Ewing collection at the Library of Congress. According to the library, there are no known copyright restrictions on the use of this work.
Pius XII; Basilica mosaic. NSIC mosaic. Click-on; mention that the young Eugenio Pacelli looks to me maybe “from” big peace advocate Woodrow Wilson.
young Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli, 1876-1958; click-on.
Rene Dubos, 1901-1982, click-on for the citation. There are better pictures of Rene but this seemed the least-complicated per the permissions.
Here’s a PD photo of Rene Jules Dubos at the National Institute of Health in the early 1950s that I just found a couple of days ago on the Profiles in Science site and will have to put a click-on on for further details on this yet. He’s the one on the far left.
— I figure that the von Humboldt brothers, Willem and Alexander from Potsdam, Berlin, would be big stereotypes but I haven’t been able to sort out too much that specific yet.
I wrote to the Detroit Inst. of Arts for a permission to use a copy of the Diego Rivera portrait of Edsel Ford (1893-1944,) 1932, and they wrote back that it’s (somehow) still under copyright of Rivera. It had been a gift to Edsel Ford for the assistance given Rivera and Kahlo’s work and living arrangements while they were in Detroit, and it had passed to Edsel Ford’s wife Eleanor but she passed away in 1976 and as far as I’d read it had become property then given from her to the DIA, that it had been a gift to her husband that she’d inherited and in turn given as a gift to the Detroit museum but now they say they don’t own it and I should write to the Artists Rights Society in NY, and they include a link. So I’ll be trying to contact them too.
Edsel Ford, 1893-1944, Detroit
Still difficulty about a Permission on the portrait Diego Rivera gave to Edsel Ford, that somehow the copyright reverted to Rivera and then trying to get through to which group controls that copyright….
I’m looking for a PD photo of Frank Olson, 1910-1953 but can’t find one yet, to compare to Edsel Ford as maybe being where he’d “come from,” and maybe like me in there somewhere also then. __________________
Daniel Shays; click-on. — I have to straighten out this click-on.