Art His-Story


10 responses to “Art His-Story

  • delendaestziobot

    Renaissance Art appears in Museums when the museums were built, so that would be 19th and 20th Centuries. So that is one of the answers the revisionists here are attempting to look for…. The paintings are back-dated to make them appear much older than what they really are. As to the exact method of technology used, I don’t know.

  • Michael A. Luna

    This channel has an interesting analysis ( can be hard to listen to at times, though ). He talks about fake art of course. Fomenko appears to be right in his methods of disproving Mainstream His-story, but “New Chronology” is also wrong. Incredibly wrong.

    • delendaestziobot

      Ahh yes, many of the questions are right, but then the speculations are just speculations so therefore a “New Chronology” would be also incorrect.

    • Hosner

      These people and their you tube channels, they don’t talk, they bark, especially the russian guy in the video above, it is an affront to the ears. Not that I am blaming you, it is just one more instance of the fact that nothing good can ever come out of russia, that demented country. Of vodka cretins and gonorrhoea sluts.

  • carma

    If it’s the 19th, then they use some kind of projection, reflection, like a mirror unto the canvas, then they only had to paint over it. I guess.

    • delendaestziobot

      Some “paintings” could have and would have been done this way. But this method would still not produce the results we see in the great 19th Century (Renaissance) artwork….. Large format printing onto canvas? Not possible, even today, to achieve the same results…A Mystery…No explanation…As the presenter said “this is to me, strange idea.”………..It’s all very strange….

  • delendaestziobot

    The Germans developed the lens and the photographic instruments to picture “Napoleon” and as I call him the “Snuff- Box figurehead” in TRP Part I…. But I have more detailed information of the Prussian Napoleon and that becomes a little more clear in Part II…I do have photographs of the Prussian Napoleon, but again, Part II will need to be read to understand the true nature of Napoleon as a Prussian businessman…The above videos should help with the clarifying of this, but it is still difficult to comprehend and even more difficult to articulate.

  • delendaestziobot

    @ Michael A. Luna, very good videos uploaded there, helps with the complexities of the issues we are trying to deal with. Thankyou!

  • delendaestziobot

    The “Napoleonic Wars” were theatrical performances, probably something to do with Prussian business connections to tobacco (snuff).

  • delendaestziobot

    Ah youtube has taken down the video,.

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