My impression is that
the fine art of images finding deserves some (many?) more
explanations and efforts. Our essays and "challenges" (you'll be able to find quite a lot of useful texts in the
images section) are, if I'm not mistaken, among the most cited
examples of the useful techniques seekers have devised in order to find out images "out of the blue" (i.e.
images whose author, period, schola, affiliation, and even whose very name is unknown).
The small "challenges" and "riddles" that we have published throughout all these years
have given us (me too, and how!) wondrous
jewels-advice, allowing us to glimpse and understand searching techniques that have proved very often
for all kind of web searches, images-unrelated as well.
The known RULES apply for this challenge too:
A very tiny part of readers
will ALREDAY KNOW or have seen the image pp_002.jpeg, published below, that you'r supposed to find out about.
This is impossible to avoid on our web of planet-citiziens.
These readers should NOT contribute to the
hunt on the messageboard: no hints please, nothing: keep mum.
These readers might instead search and individuate
the OTHER image (images_searching_09.jpg) that you'll find
The image pp_002.jpeg, published below, that you'r supposed to find out about, exist on the web
(I checked and found different sites with it).
The image pp_002.jpeg, published below, has been cropped on the right side (the signature of the painter was
there), one wonders what the two ladies are looking at...
approach would be, while sipping a nice glass of wine, to guess the time frame
first, then individuate
the possible geographic areas...
but you do know already how to proceed when searching images, don't you?
This should be a relatively "easy" challenge, where even unwashed searchers could compete (some hints are already
All hints/suggestions/discussions/pointers should be published on the Seekers'
messageboard, in fact
a co-operative approach usually guarantees a speedy solution to these searching "riddles".
The image you are supposed to individuate
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