Claudine Rosamond

11 Nov 1961, Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, USA — Double Image. Bel Air, California: Natalie Wood displays the two portraits which visitors to her Bel Air, California, home assume were painted many years apart. Actually, they were painted at the same time in joint sessions with Margaret and Walter Keane, a man-and-wife artist team from San Francisco. Margaret transferred the actress to canvas as a pensive, sophisticated woman. Walter portrayed her as a wistful, wide-eyed waif. Natalie holds Rembrandt, the pooch she is holding in the gamin portrait. Even the dog has been “interpreted.” — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

I went and saw the movie Colette last night, and once more I feel liberated.

In 1974, Christine Rosamond offered to teach me her style so I could be rich and famous, too. An old Persian man began painting Fake Rosamonds, posing as a woman. He hid his identity. The coroner changed his report after I told him my sister and family were not “hikers on Highway 1”. A party at Rocky Point was concealed. Margaret talks about orgies in the swimming pool. Did Wagner catch Walken trying to get a nude Natalie into the sea?

A woman talks about making a dress from the Moon image that resembles my mother, Rosemary, who made most of her clothing. She sewed with her daughter. Note the painting of the woman with the rose next to fake wall of Berlin. Are those Dreamers on the other side?

I offered to teach my daughter The Family Style so she could take over the Rosamond gallery and legacy. She is – stupid – and called me a “parasite”.  I made the same offer to Belle Burch, and was going to ask Rena if I could use her old photographs to render Rosamond-like images. These beautiful women freaked out and – hurt me! Here I am showing Christine photos of the painting I did of Rena. Note the smiles of Jacci Belford and her best friend in High School, Stacey Pierrot, who ended up with it all.

Pierrot’s father is a bad artist. I have embroiled him in the mysterious death of two famous women. He should count his lucky stars – he amuses me! If he tries to get his attorneys on me,  my lawyer will read aloud in court the evil things his daughter’s ghost writer said about my sister and mother. I have done much to promote by late sister, for the sake of my nieces, as Morris directed.

My movie script will show the world the nature of the Bad Seed he sired that has done irreparable harm to the Rosamond Gallery, and Carmel Art Scene. Celebrity News is full of Good&Bad reports. If you want to be a real artist, you got to pay your dues. Ghost writer, Tom Snyder, suggests Rosamond is capable of murder. Outsider, Stacey Pierrot, hired three ghost writers to tell the lurid tale of Christine Rosamond Benton and her family.

Claudine and Rosamond were household names. Many women wanted a Rosamond print on their wall in order to accent their 70’s lifestyle. Christine may have created BoHo Fashion Prints and Posters. Colette produces a play ‘Vagabond’. Willy bids his help to burn Colette’s manuscripts. Christine autobiography is disappeared so my nieces will not realize profits from a movie made from Snyder’s bad bio that exploits two abused siblings that were artists.  Willy and Colette exploited the Bohemian scene of Paris. There were long court battles like the one the Rosamond legacy was put thru in order to get around me. The executor should have bid me to write my sister’s biography for the sake of my nieces. Sydney Morris and Stacey Pierrot destroyed the Rosamond Brand.

With the gift Marilyn gave me, it is time to save Rosamond’s Dream. After seeing Colette I am more determined than ever to create a Brand around Victoria Rosamond Bond who will be a modern day Claudine and Rosamond with ties to Augustus John and Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor the most Branded woman of all time. I still want to use Lara Roozemond as my muse for several ideas I have. I am thinking of employing google in a new media form, where mini-movies and vignettes tell a story in serial form. The legacies of Talitha Getty, Christine Rosamond, and Poppet, will go forth into the maze of feminine creativity. Am I about to make another name change?

Claudine Victoria Rosamond Bond

John Presco

Copyright 2018

Filling In Empty Spaces

The Claudine series consists of four early novels by the French author Colette, published 1900–1904.[1] Written in diary form, they describe the growth to maturity of a young girl, Claudine. Aged fifteen at the beginning of the first book, Claudine à l’école, the series describes her education and experiences as she grows up.[1] All the books are written in first-person with the first three having Claudine herself as the narrator. The last in the series, Claudine s’en va, introduces a new narrator, Annie.[1]

The novels were written in the late 19th century in collaboration with Colette’s first husband, the writer Henry Gauthier-Villars, better known by his nom-de-plume “Willy”. There has been much speculation over the degree of involvement of both Colette and Willy in the writing of the Claudine novels, particularly as Willy was known for often using ghostwriters. Consequently, although the novels were originally attributed to Willy only and published under his name alone, they were later published under both names. After the death of Willy, Colette went to court to challenge her former husband’s involvement in any of the writing, and subsequently had his name removed from the books. This decision however was overturned after her death, as Willy’s son from a prior relationship, Jacques Gauthier-Villars, successfully sued to have his father’s name restored.[1]

The Claudine novels are thought to be roughly autobiographical.[1] Whilst the stories were shocking in their time, this affectionate portrayal of a forthright and self-assured French girl who blossoms into a charismatic adult is nowadays more likely to be regarded as chastely sensual.

  • Claudine à l’école (1900) – Claudine at School
  • Claudine à Paris (1901) – Claudine in Paris
  • Claudine en ménage (1902) – Claudine Married
  • Claudine s’en va (1903) – Claudine and Annie

I Could Have Been The Rouge Baron

Capturing The Beautiful Bond Woman

The character for James Bond is based upon two people, Baron von Thyssen, and Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart Le Prince La-Lanne Mirrlees, who was the Rouge Serpent. Teresa Bond is also based on two women who were fashion models. Bond saves Nina Dyer, who committed suicide in real life. The Baron seduced her when she was 17. She owned a 1962 Jaguar E-Type and two black panthers. This Jaguar was lost – and now found!


I almost included a picture of Grey Cloud in the post where Victoria Theresa Bond enters the office of the head of the College of Arms. I wondered why I had her eyes closed. Today, they are fully open, for she is Sleeping Beauty who Grimm names ‘Rosamond;. This is truly extraordinary! Am I channeling Nina? Has she been contacting me from – beyond? That I employed my fashion model muse, Lara Roozemond, to go deeper into the Labyrinth, tells me there is some hidden truth to be discovered. What if Nina was the Baron’s mistress, and she became pregnant? Ian Flemming has Tracy’s child dying. What if Nina was murdered – while she was pregnant? Barron von Thyssen had married royal women, included a Habsburg, who would not want a pretender to any throne, especially if she converted to Islam.

Women Stalkers and Parasites

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In 1997,  Stacey Pierrot came out with her Rosamond webpage, that employed a minor as a smokescreen to conceal her criminal attempt at Art Forgery. Indeed, she employs a children’s hospital, and Christine Rosamond Benton’s eleven year old daughter and heir, to prepare Rosamond’s loyal fans for massive Art Fraud. How many contacted Ms. Pierrot and asked if they could contribute to this fake charity? How many designers called and asked if Rosamond’s Dunkin could be put on their “tote bag” or, designer dress? How would you like to awaken in a bed full of toads?

“A poster of Rosamond’s creation “Dunkin the Frog” will be distributed to children in hospitals.”

Sandra Faulkner painted ‘Dunkin The Frog’ and I can prove it. Is it included in Lynche’s book?  The image of a Art Imposter going around to hospitals in the Monterey area, and handing out fake Rosamond’s to injured and dying children, is the most diabolical scheme in the history of art. Are these scammers – INSANE?

I told my sixteen year old daughter there were women not related to us trying to rest Rosamond’s estate from my niece, the adult Heir. I told my daughter the lies these women are telling, are everywhere! The only chance our family has, in I authoring a integral biography of Christine, before they do. I did not know Heather’s aunt and her attorney husband were lurking in the background looking for weaknesses, for ways to the the millions of dollars they thought  was there, in my daughter’s pocket. She disappeared and went over to the Stalkers and Parasites. I would not need Lara as muse, if my daughter was – more than my muse!

Below is house that Christine stayed in, and the deep crevas below that house carved out by the waves that came in that narrow opening, hit a wall, and shot fifty feet in the air. No way would Christine bring her eight year old daughter down there. Drew Benton knows I speak the truth, but, lied in order to protect her father, Garth Benton.

I am not writing about this for money. I could have put a book out a long time ago. I write because I love art, truth, and beauty. I have loved beautiful women – with a passion! Christine was witness to the beautiful relationships a young artist had with women. When she rendered beautiful women, and became famous, many people assumed Rosamond was a man. She grew weary of being asked if she was a Lesbian. Why then would she be reading a Lesbian novel, and hire the author to author her biography?

Judy Nelson was a Texas Beauty Queen, and is really into horses. Martina had to have her. She found an in via her daughter. Judy was happily married. I titled my autobiography ‘Capturing Beauty’ after Judy. If I had not written letters to the Judge and Executor, then my story, and Christine’s, would be shelved next to ‘Love Match’.

Then came Parasite, ‘July Lynch’ who wrote a movie script ‘Before the Wave’.  She worked a non-existence sibling rivalry employing a mythical kindergarten teacher. When I saw the movie ‘Big Eyes’ I saw there was a mutual agreement between the Keanes. The nightmare I have endured as the surviving family artist, was FORCED upon me by Executor, Sydney Morris, and Judge, Richard Silver. When I met with Belle Burch, I offered asked her if she would co-author ‘Capturing Beauty’ because I needed a woman’s point of view, because, I my portrait of some of the women around my late sister, are going to be real ugly. When I discovered she concealed who she was, I had to wonder about her motives. I had to write about her, and put her in the light. I was afraid she was trying to hijack my story. She offered her services as an editor. She was a English major.

“I’m very good with spelling and grammar!”

Her weak suit – is telling the truth!

Compare the two videos below. They reveal a predator in action.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2018


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Sandra Faulkner – Storyteller

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a. One who tells or writes stories.

b. One who relates anecdotes.

2. Informal One who tells lies.

Big Eyes & Big Lies

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Phillip Boilleau and Christine Rosamond Benton

The artist, Philip Boileau, was the son Susan Taylor Virginia McDowell Benton, the sister of Jessie Benton, the daughter of Thomas Hart Benton, whose grandson was the famous artist of the same name, who was the cousin of Garth Benton, who married Christine Rosamond Presco, who is kin to Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, according to Jimmy Rosamond, the Rosamond Family genealogists.

Philip Boileau was a Canadian-born Art Nouveau illustrator known for his watercolor and pastel drawings of Victorian-era women. His most famous piece, Peggy (1903), was modeled after his wife, the famed actress Emily Gilbert. Like the American artist Harrison Fisher, Boileau’s pieces appeared in magazines, on postcards, and porcelain. Born on June 7, 1863 in Quebec, Canada, he received most of his education in the United Kingdom as a young man, before moving to Baltimore, MD, in 1897. Having established himself as a portrait painter in both Baltimore and Philadelphia, Boileau moved to New York. His illustrations of dignified women became a part of popular culture and the moniker, “Boileau Girls”, became a colloquial term to describe women. The artist died at 53 on January 18, 1917 in Douglas Manor, NY.

Ian Fleming – Talitha Getty – Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor

I love doing Family Trees. I am a genealogist of renown, for in tracing the source of the Rosamond name to Rougemont, I have proven the Knight Templars owned the Shroud of Turin. Jean de Rougemont, is the Queen Mother of most of the Royal Habsburgs you see in the large canvas in back of me.

Twenty minutes ago I found the image of a Blue Knight on a Black Horse. It is a Frisian Horse. This horse and rider is the coat of arms of the city of Leeks in the Netherlands. This is where the artist, Willem Jilts Pol was born. That is Willem with his wife Arnoldine Adriana “Adine” Mees  below the photo of Elizabeth Taylor,  her son, Christopher Wilding, who married Aileen Getty. Now, add the artist, Christine Rosamond Benton, to this group, and you have a Art Dynasty, and the Bond Dynasty, created by Ian Fleming, who had no idea what an amazing seed he planted! That is the actor and artist, Michael Wilding, doing the portrait of a Rose. I am in love with art, poetry, and, history. I suppose I am the family historian, that can be quite the orphan. Pol’s portraits look like Liz! Connections!

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I saw grey.

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