Sunday, August 28, 2016

Sample doll Opening and Review: The girl with the Pearl Earring (with video and Stop Motions)

Girl with a Pearl Earring is an oil painting by 17th-century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. Vermeer painted a servant girl called Griet according to a novelized version of the painting's story.The painting which was painted around 1665, has been in the collection of the Mauritshuis in The Hague since 1902.

Groove made a lot of dolls from different painting, such as the Mona Lisa, Liberty guiding the people, the kiss and the girl with the pearl earring. Only the girl with the pearl earring came out and supposedly Byul Fata which might be one of the ballerina from Edgar Degas's painting: The Star - Dancer on Pointe and Two Dancers On The Stage.

In this video on top of a review of this pullip, I discuss her importance in the propagation of culture, art and history.

I also made some stop motion video with Isul Mao, Isul Neko Neko Mao Mao and the pullip twins Cassie and Callie.

Her quote is: A subtle smile upon those lips, what are you thinking... Feel Like So.

Here are some pictures

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