Traveling to the Moulin Rouge

Stuck in VIRTUAL Paris...
I don't think I ever want to leave... today we sing and dance...





Have you seen the old and new version of Moulin Rouge? If so, which did you like better? Did you like both? Did you NOT like either?

I loved the old version with Jose Ferrer... seeing the characters of Toulouse Lautrec's paintings!! I loved the new version with Ewan McGregor... he is ADORABLE and I thought the music and dance was FUN and silly!!!
Andddddd... The Moulin Rouge movies inspired moi to paint...




All of these paintings are available...Email moi to purchase any of these paintings! See you tomorrow for Outdoor Adventures...



25 comments:

Les Cotrions said...

LOvely musical post you made Fifi! I prefer the old version of Moulin Rouge and I like your paintings!!! Very Parisien!
Happy day!
Vale

BonjourRomance said...

BOnjour! Love your black & white can can girl. I think I prefer the original old version of Moulin Rouge though the new one was very clever and had some good songs. Another fabulous post to start my day on a bright note.

My Passportt to Style said...

Hi Fifi,Im new here, I adore your blog and this post and have just recently started following you!My Passport to Style is celebrating a landmark number of followers soon, to celebrate am having a week of guest bloggers.I wondered whether you would be interested in featuring on My Passport to Style as a guest blogger? If so, please email me @ sharonstyle@fsmail.net so I can send you further details. Happy Tuesday!Thanks for filling my life with colour!Sharon xxooo

Frau said...

Gorgeous paintings as always...love Moulin Rouge new version! Probably gonna have that song stuck in my head all day!! Enjoy...

Renae said...

I love to sing! You amaze me how you just "pop" out these paintings, oh so lovely!
xx

KarenHarveyCox said...

Fifi,
These are all wonderful. I was just spending some time browsing your posts and your artwork. The amount of creations you have here is amazing. How many paintings do you produce a week? Do you paint every day? I am blown away with the amount of paintings and lovely posts written about how you created them. You should create a book.

Have a wonderful day. Thank you for the inspiration.
Karen

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Oh I <3 the second painting! Fab fab fab! I love the dress.

shopannies said...

looks like lots of fun

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

It made it, it made it, Fifi! your gorgeous painting finally arrived today! I am SO happy! It is absolutely beautiful! thank you SO much! I made a special post on my blog today. xo

Blondie's Journal said...

FIfi~~

I have only seen the last version and I loved it!!

Your paintings are wonderful!!

xoxo
Jane

Couture Carrie said...

Gorgeous post, darling! I absolutely ADORE your Pink Champagne series...

Let's do a giveaway in early November!

xoxox,
CC

janet said...

I Love Nicole Kidman's Moulin Rouge!!!! One my all time favorite movies...the scene where she sings to Christian as he is leaving the theater is heartwrenching...now you made me want to see it again..I am off the to my TV and DVD player ;-)

Chany said...

Hola amiga querida me has hecho reir contu comentario, jajaja todavía me da risa porque es cierto, las plantitas chiquitas y las macetas los recipientes en donde estan plantadas son muy grandes jajaja es verdad, lo que pasa es que vivo en sexto piso de una ciudad muy agitada y esa es la única tierrita que verán mis pobres plantas a esas alturas, un abrazo Chany.-

Slices of Beauty... said...

Love, love these and thanks for sharing!

maría cecilia said...

Hello Fifi, thank you very much for your visit today...I have been here in your beautiful blog many times (before I opened my own blog) and really enjoyed your work!! I think you are a very talented painter and your work is awsome!!
Muchos cariños
Maria Cecilia

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

I had never seen the early version but the latest one is eye candy.
I too love black and white photos but color like yours makes my heart sing!
Thanks for stopping by!
Carole

Courtney said...

Ooh, your paintings are just lovely!

tishjett@yahoo.com said...

Oooooh, la, la,

This is my lucky day. Your blog, your work -- out of this world. Thank you for finding me so I could find you. Obviously I've signed up.

I'll be back. I would love to feature your work on my blog one day. If you do that(?)

Ummm, in my experience it's practically impossible to change men. Even if we want them to carry a glass or a plate from one room to the kitchen it takes longer than house training a dog.

Maybe I've only met recalcitrant types.

Bonne chance quand même.

Warm regards,
Tish

Laura said...

Hi FiFi,
Your paintings are wonderful...I am a fan of Nicole Kidman so I have to go with the new version...but the absolulte best was to go to the Moulin Rouge in Paris....fabulous! Thanks for stopping by and your kind words.
Take care, Laura

Jacqueline said...

Bonjour Fifi,
I LOVE both versions of Moulin Rouge, but I think the soundtrack on the Ewan McGregor (love him) version is wonderful. 'Someday I'll Fly Away' gives me goose bumps. Love your Can Can paintings...XXXX

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Sorry but I have never seen any of them. hmmm. Love your paintings tho. Especially the first one at the top.

Beach Vintage said...

I love the old one but the new one makes me want to dance more.

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

I have not seen either movie, I really need to. Those paintings are amazing, as is everything you do.

carma said...

I enjoyed the Nicole Kidman version. Paris is a great to be stuck in - even virtually!

Kate Coveny Hood said...

I love "the movie that has the whole world talking and blushing" followed up by Lil' Kim! Can you imagine what 1952 would make of the Moulin Rouge fab four? Your paintings are gorgeous and capture the flamboyance and decadence perfectly.

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