A comparison of the Gasc paintings discovered at Limoux with the paintings of Jan Brueghel the Elder.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The 2 paintings of Francoise Gasc
"In December 2012, a new discovery was reported by Françoise Gasc, great great grand daughter of Henri Gasc. Henri Gasc was at one time the resident priest and guardian of Notre Dame de Marceille and mentor of the enigmatic Henri Boudet. Mrs. Gasc reported she had in her possession two paintings that had belonged to Henri Gasc that had been in her family for a long time....
Source: Rennes-le-Chateau Research and Resource". Mrs. Gasc compares the hidden parchments found by Sauniere at Rennes-le-Chateau which were written by Henri Boudet to the symbols in her two paintings. She thinks that these masterpieces may have been part of the collection of Nicolas Fouquet who fell out of favor with the King Louis XIV and was imprisoned by him.
Thursday, April 12, 2012 "Two Poussin Paintings Discovered in France?"
The post from Francoise Gasc: "Two unknown Poussin's paintings discovered: the Key of Poussin's secret and Rennes le Chateau Mystery. How two family paintings have given me the key of this mystery. All is explained on Le secret de Poussin.com it has been six years, the two paintings were given to me at my mother's death which was the beginning of my discoverings. Two coded paintings - we discovered Poussin's paintings, which came from my priest ancestor, the priest was from near the Rennes- le- Chateau area." Limoux is near to Rennes-le-Chateau. Some researchers say that the description of RLC (Rennes-le-Chateau) called also "Rhedae" actually fits Limoux. This blog presents the style of the painter Poussin as well as painters of seascapes.